CEU Learning Objectives – Live Interactive Webinar October 29-30, 2022
ISEPP Conference 2022
The educational level of these presentations is advanced to intermediate.
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Saturday October 29, 2022
Don’t Kill the Messenger: Holistically Reconnecting to Our Emotional Guidance System - 1.5 CEUs
Kendra Campbell, M.D., Psychiatrist
1) Be able to identify the multiple levels of human existence and how this contributes to symptoms.
2) Develop a critical understanding of the emotional guidance system.
3) Interpret symptoms as messengers and opportunities instead of pathology.
4) Help oneself and others re-connect to intuition and the emotional guidance system.
Why Smart People Hurt: Effectively Dealing with the Emotional and Real-World Consequences of Intelligence - 1.5 CEUs
Eric Maisel, Ph.D., Creativity Coach
1) Participants will be able to identify the psychological, emotional, relational, cognitive, and behavioral challenges facing smart adults and teens.
2) Participants will learn how to distinguish between contemporary diagnostic categories and psychological struggles unique to smart and creative teens and adults.
3) Participants will be able to utilize new techniques in order to work more effectively with their smart clients by more accurately assessing the nature of their distress.
When the Paradigm Refuses to Shift: The Unending Saga of the Biopsychosocial Model - 1.5 CEUs
Niall McLaren, MBBS, FRANZCP, Psychiatrist
1) Attendees will be able to distinguish and describe a nuanced view of the philosophy of scientific progress, with an emphasis on the historiographic work of Thomas Kuhn.
2) Attendees will be able to apply this understanding to the role of the biopsychosocial model in psychiatry and why it is so strongly favoured.
3) Attendees will acquire an understanding of the criminal law of fraud and critically assess whether this can ever apply to science, specifically psychiatry.
4) Attendees will learn the contradictory imperatives in the notions of detention and involuntary treatment of the mentally-disturbed, the international concept of human rights, and professional responsibilities, and be able to identify these contradictions in professional situations.
5) Attendees will discern various avenues of changing these problems and actively take steps to improvement.
Sunday October 30, 2022
Mys-Understanding In-Tangible Matters - 1.5 CEUs
Todd DuBose, Ph.D., Psychologist & Distinguished Professor, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
1) Participants will be able to discern the history of shifting from the intangible to the tangible related to evidence and practices of care and its consequential aftermath.
2) Participants will develop the skill of interpreting and attending to the intangibles, particularly lived significance or lived meaning, for practices of care.
3) Participants will be able to identify and challenge familiar practices of reductionism in relation to the intangibles in practices of care, including their own practices of reducing the unpredictability, unknowing and uncertainty of allowing lived meaning to show itself, as it is, in its own way.
An Ex-Patient’s Perspective: How I Woke Up and How You Can Too - 1.5 CEUs
Angela Peacock, MSW, Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal Consultant
3) Participants will be able to better support and advocate for clients experiencing adverse effects, prescribed drug dependence and/or psychiatric drug withdrawal.
4) Participants will know where to seek quality information to educate themselves (and clients and families when appropriate) about deprescribing and psychiatric drug withdrawal.
Feelings, Emotions, and Techniques of Psychotherapy: A Dialogue - Psychologist Meets Psychiatrist - 1.5 CEUs
Joe Tarantolo, M.D., Psychiatrist in private practice & Al Galves, Ph.D., Psychologist in private practice
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