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Get special pricing by purchasing all four recorded sessions from the CPA 2015 Convention or you may purchase each course individually.

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Get special pricing by purchasing all three recorded sessions from the CPA 2016 Convention or you may purchase each course individually.

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Get special pricing by purchasing both recorded sessions from the CPA 2017 Convention or you may purchase each course individually.

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This 5-part video webcast series is designed to help you master the significant diagnostic shifts in the DSM-5 and understand how they articulate with the mandated diagnostic codes from the World Health Organization’s ICD-10-CM. All webcasts are conducted by Master Lecturer, Dr. Greg J. Neimeyer, and provide ample opportunity for you to interact and get all of your questions addressed.

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  •  2.0 CE

Bipolar Disorders are no longer Mood Disorders in the DSM-5, so what are they now? This webcast addresses the substantial changes in Bipolar Disorder owing to its ascendency into a category all its own. The addition of controversial new Depressive Disorders are outlined, and the deletion of the longstanding “Bereavement Exclusion” for Major Depression is detailed. Video illustrations are used for case-based discussion of the important differential between Depression and Grief, and crosswalks to the ICD-10-CM are discussed to enhance the utility of both diagnostic systems.

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  •  2.0 CE

No category within the DSM-5 is more radically reconfigured than the Substance Related and Other Addictive Disorders, which are re-built from the ground up in the newest edition of the DSM. This webcast concentrates on the novel additions and revisions in the Substance Disorders and Behavioral Addictions now included in this section, and discusses the critical diagnostic advantages associated with the use of the new ICD-10-CM codes.

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  •  2.0 CE

This webcast provides an informed and engaging introduction to the clinical use of the ICD-10-CM and the ways in which it is designed to “harmonize” with the DSM-5. If you have never cracked the spine of the ICD-10-CM, or are currently using the DSM-5, this webinar provides an essential overview of the two diagnostic systems and the way they can work in tandem to improved your diagnostic ability and options.

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  •  2.0 CE

This webcast addresses this new category of disorders, including Intellectual Disability, Social (Pragmatic) Communication Disorder, and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, among others, and crosswalks these disorders over to the ICD-10-CM, as well. Video illustrations and applications highlight key diagnostic features and considerations.

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  •  2.0 CE

Radical reorganization of the Anxiety Disorders within the DSM-5 has resulted in four distinct groups of anxiety-related disorders, which are the subject of this live video webcast. Fear-based disorders, trauma and stress-related disorders, obsessive-compulsive and other-related disorders, and dissociative disorders are all detailed in this webcast, together with a crosswalk to them in the ICD-10-CM. Video illustrations and applications allow you to experiment with the selective use of diagnostic assessment instruments.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.5 CE

The recognition, response, and treatment of individuals at elevated risks of suicide or self-harm are some of the most important and difficult tasks for psychologists. Practitioners are rightly cautious when working with suicidal patients since litigation after suicide deaths can be onerous, expensive, and demoralizing. In this presentation at the California Psychological Association’s 2015 annual convention, Dr. Canning reviewed and discussed the standard of care for suicidal patients and methods to improve patient safety.

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  •  1.5 CE

Psychologists with potentially life-threatening cancer diagnoses face significant personal, clinical, ethical, and practical concerns. In this interactive session, three psychologists shared how their own experiences shifted their perspectives on cancer and life stage developmental issues, discussed the dilemmas that arise in professional practice, and discussed challenges related to self- care and risk management.

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  •  1.5 CE

Dr. Sue is widely recognized for his research on in the area of minority differences in mental health. During his Master Lecture at the California Psychological Association’s 2015 annual convention he addressed important questions such as : Do various ethnic minority groups such as African Americans, American Indians, Asian Americans, and Latinos differ in the prevalence of mental disorders? Is cultural competency a means of addressing mental health disparities?

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  •  1.5 CE

Dr. Reid Meloy has been conducting research and writing on violence risk and threat assessment for the past twenty-five years. In this Master Lecture at the California Psychological Association’s 2015 annual convention he presented the state of the art and science of contemporary threat assessment, drawing on the differences between traditional violence risk assessment and risk for targeted and intended violence.

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  •  1.5 CE

The purpose of this presentation is to explore and clarify the implications of California law as it relates to conflicts between minors and their parents over consent to treatment and access to records. Case examples will set the stage for describing functional approaches to these complex cases.

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  •  1.5 CE

As psychologists, we often work with individuals with mental illnesses and limitations. Sometimes our patients are in situations where their abilities to perform legally-relevant tasks may be questioned. This presentation will discuss several civil and criminal competencies, the relevant legal criteria involved, and information about how to assess these competencies.

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