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May 7, 2016

Parenting, Teaching and Treating Challenging Kids: The Collaborative Problem Solving Approach

Think:Kids and the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital are pleased to offer an online training program featuring Dr. J. Stuart Ablon. This introductory training provides a foundation for professionals and parents interested in learning the evidence-based approach to understanding and helping children and adolescents with behavioral challenges called Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS). This online training serves as the prerequisite for our professional intensive training.

$99.00
Ends: May 7, 2024

Think:Kids and the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital are pleased to offer an online training program featuring Dr. J. Stuart Ablon. This introductory training provides a foundation for professionals and parents interested in learning the evidence-based approach to understanding and helping children and adolescents with behavioral challenges called Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS). This online training serves as the prerequisite for our professional intensive training.

The CPS approach provides a way of understanding and helping kids who struggle with behavioral challenges. Challenging behavior is thought of as willful and goal oriented which has led to approaches that focus on motivating better behavior using reward and punishment programs. If you’ve tried these strategies and they haven’t worked, this online training is for you! At Think:Kids we have some very different ideas about why these kids struggle. Research over the past 30 years demonstrates that for the majority of these kids, their challenges result from a lack of crucial thinking skills when it comes to things like problem solving, frustration tolerance and flexibility. The CPS approach, therefore, focuses on helping adults teach the skills these children lack while resolving the chronic problems that tend to precipitate challenging behavior.

This training is designed to allow you to learn at your own pace. You must complete the modules sequentially, but you can take your time with the content as your schedule allows. Additional resources for each module provide you with the opportunity for further development. Discussion boards for each module allow you to discuss concepts and your own experiences with other participants. Faculty from the Think:Kids program monitor the boards and offer their point of view.

Registrants will have access to course materials from the date of their registration through the course expiration date.

Stuart Ablon, PhD
3 Participation
3 Psychologists CE Credit
3 Social Workers

January 19, 2018

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Social Anxiety Disorder

This easy-to-use activity helps you learn and apply cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) skills to improve outcomes for patients who have social anxiety disorder (SAD).

$35.00
Ends: December 15, 2023

This easy-to-use activity helps you learn and apply cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) skills to improve outcomes for patients who have social anxiety disorder (SAD). This condition is common across primary care and mental health settings alike. That makes this education valuable for psychologists, social workers, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and more.

Our expert faculty provide a clinical overview of SAD and clinical tools to consider when using CBT for SAD. You also review important information on relapse prevention, treatment barriers and challenges, psychiatric comorbidities, and much more.

This one-hour webinar is available on-demand.

1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
1 Nursing Contact Hours
1 Participation
1 Psychologists CE Credit
1 Social Workers
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Panic Disorder

Join this activity to enhance the way you treat panic disorder with cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) skills. Panic disorder is often seen across many types of practice settings, which makes this education ideal for professionals across all areas of primary care and mental health.

$35.00
Ends: December 15, 2023

Join this activity to enhance the way you treat panic disorder with cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) skills. Panic disorder is often seen across many types of practice settings, which makes this education ideal for professionals across all areas of primary care and mental health.

Our expert faculty help you learn and apply new CBT skills for the treatment of panic disorder, such as psychoeducation, interoceptive exposure, and in vivo exposure. You also review important information on useful clinical tools, relapse prevention, booster sessions, treatment challenges, related disorders to consider, and much more.

This one-hour webinar is available on-demand.

Amanda Baker
1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
1 Nursing Contact Hours
1 Participation
1 Psychologists CE Credit
1 Social Workers

June 18, 2018

The Mindful Way through Anxiety: An Acceptance-Based Behavioral Therapy for GAD

Participate in this on-demand activity to learn and apply skills in acceptance-based behavioral therapies (ABBT). This includes dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.

$35.00
Ends: June 18, 2024

Participate in this on-demand activity to learn and apply skills in acceptance-based behavioral therapies (ABBT). This includes dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy.

ABBT is effective in both reducing symptoms and promoting quality of life in a wide range of clinical conditions, including general anxiety disorder (GAD). That makes this webinar ideal for professionals and practice settings across mental health, primary care, nursing, social work, psychology, and more.

Our faculty outline an evidence-based ABBT model for understanding GAD. You review clinical strategies to target the central elements of this model, mindfulness exercises, strategies to decrease experiential avoidance, methods to clarify values and promote valued action, and much more.

This one-hour webinar is available on-demand.

Lizabeth Roemer
1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
1 Nursing Contact Hours
1 Participation
1 Psychologists CE Credit
1 Social Workers

June 15, 2020

Sleep Disorders and Psychiatry

This CME/CE-certified educational activity is ideal for professionals in mental health, primary care, nursing and more. It focuses on the bidirectional relationship between insomnia and mood and anxiety disorders.

Free
Ends: December 18, 2021

This CME/CE-certified educational activity is ideal for professionals in mental health, primary care, nursing and more. It focuses on the bidirectional relationship between insomnia and mood and anxiety disorders.

Our faculty expert helps you define differentiating features of uncomplicated insomnia and mood and anxiety disorders. You also find guidance on the rational use of medications in the treatment of sleep complaints in patients with psychiatric disorders.

John Winkelman, MD
1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
1 Nursing Contact Hours
1 Participation
1 Psychologists CE Credit

July 30, 2020

Mental Health for All: Science-Based Skills to Build Resilience During Stressful Times

This course was created to support all who are feeling the emotional strain of unprecedented and stressful situations. While the COVID-19 pandemic is the genesis for the course, the evidence-based concepts and skills that are illustrated here will promote the healthy emotional coping of anyone who is struggling with chronic stress. 

Free
Ends: August 31, 2021

Perhaps you’re trying to adjust to working from home while hearing about neighbors, friends, and colleagues losing their jobs. Maybe you’re doing your best to balance leading your company through difficult strategy decisions and caring for your children while schools are closed. Maybe you’re trying to finish your classes from home while worrying about graduation requirements and making housing payments on time. Or maybe you’re feeling isolated, separated from friends and loved ones.

This course was created to support all who are feeling the emotional strain of unprecedented and stressful situations. While the COVID-19 pandemic is the genesis for the course, the evidence-based concepts and skills that are illustrated here will promote the healthy emotional coping of anyone who is struggling with chronic stress.

The course will be particularly useful for organizations that are concerned about the emotional health of their employees and want to support their teams virtually with stress management strategies. Taking the course in teams will have the added benefit of creating a common language and approach within organizations for addressing mental health challenges among their employees and constituents.

Throughout the course, we strive to answer two essential questions:

  • What is the science behind how we experience stressful situations?
  • How can we build resilience while facing stressful situations?

Note, this course is meant to equip individuals with skills for navigating stressful situations and should not be considered treatment or therapy for clinically significant mental health problems. If you are interested in receiving additional support, the following resources can be used to locate a mental health provider:

Luana Marques, MD

August 1, 2020

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Hoarding Disorder

This multi-week course will focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy for hoarding disorder.

$199.00
Ends: July 31, 2021

This multi-week course will focus on cognitive-behavioral therapy for hoarding disorder. Participants will be provided with information on the most recent hoarding psychopathology research that informs treatment. The course will subsequently break down the various therapeutic techniques used in CBT for hoarding into weekly modules. Each module will impart the use of techniques through description, visuals, case examples and video vignettes. Modules will include but will not necessarily be limited to, assessment/psychoeducation, motivational interviewing, skills building, cognitive restructuring and exposure and response prevention.

Jessica Rasmussen, PhD
8 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
8 Nursing Contact Hours
8 Participation
8 Psychologists CE Credit
8 Social Workers
CBT and Medication Treatment for Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors

Body focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), including trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder) and excoriation (skin-picking) disorder, are chronic psychiatric conditions with significant prevalence rates, comorbidity and associated distress and functional impairment.

$199.00
Ends: December 31, 2021

Body focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs), including trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder) and excoriation (skin-picking) disorder, are chronic psychiatric conditions with significant prevalence rates, comorbidity and associated distress and functional impairment. These disorders have historically been challenging to treat. This course will provide an overview of BFRBS and discuss the most up-to-date assessment instruments and treatment interventions (both CBT and medication). Issues related to treatment selection and sequencing will be reviewed. Challenges to treatment including comorbidity and high relapse rates will also be addressed. Role plays will be used to demonstrate CBT strategies, especially those from DBT and ACT.

Registrants will have access to course materials from the date of their registration through the course expiration date.

Erica Greenberg, MD
Nancy Keuthen, PhD
5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
5.5 Nursing Contact Hours
5.5 Participation
5.5 Psychologists CE Credit
5.5 Social Workers

December 7, 2020

The Cooking Show for Mental Health Professionals

This three-part interactive cooking show is designed to equip health care professionals with a toolkit of tips, recipes, and strategies to make the many connections between food and mental health.

$300.00
Ends: December 6, 2021

This three-part interactive cooking show is designed to equip health care professionals with a toolkit of tips, recipes, and strategies to make the many connections between food and mental health.

The first didactic module will address the scientific evidence supporting the benefits of certain foods to improve mood and the importance of the family dinner.

The second didactic module will address foods that ease anxiety and ways to make the experience of eating with others relaxing and enjoyable.

The third module will address the issue of hidden sugar in foods and discuss how you can address this with your patients. We will also talk about using storytelling at the table as a way to foster resilience and describe how therapy in the office can be a bridge to family dinners at home.

Course content is available upon registration. Attendees will complete the 3 course activities at their own pace then can maintain access to the materials for review until November 30, 2021.

Anne Fishel, PhD
Uma Naidoo, MD
5.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
5.5 Nursing Contact Hours
5.5 Participation
5.5 Psychologists CE Credit
5.5 Social Workers

March 8, 2021

On-Demand: Anxiety: Advanced Techniques for Psychiatry and Primary Care

This on-demand medical conference provides advanced guidance on how to treat and manage patients who have anxiety disorders.

$595.00
Ends: March 8, 2022

This on-demand medical conference provides advanced guidance on how to treat and manage patients who have anxiety disorders. In mental health and primary care practices, patients with anxiety disorders are not only common, but they also they often need more of your time and resources to manage their conditions. There are many evidence-based pharmacologic and behavioral treatment options, yet practice measures show that patient outcomes often do not meet expected or desired levels of improvement.

During this event, our faculty focus on advanced concepts that go far beyond the basics. Their guidance is 100% practical and ready for use in any primary care and mental health setting.

Re-energize your practice and apply new skills to:

• Enhance how you use cognitive interventions

• Address many specific comorbidities, such as sleep, cardiac and GI disorders

• Use advanced psychopharmacology for all anxiety disorders and related conditions

• Navigate medical conditions affected by anxiety, and vice versa

• Improve outcomes for patients who have anxiety

This is an ideal event for all clinicians in primary care practices that treat patients who have anxiety. It is also ideal for psychiatrists, psychologists, nursing professionals, and others on their practice teams.

14 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
14 Nursing Contact Hours
14 Participation
14 Psychologists CE Credit
14 Social Workers