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Expert Presentation Provides Practical Tools for Treating Anxiety with Children and Youth

Wednesday’s webinar, “The Specifics of Exposures: Tips, Strategies, and Practicalities for Effective Exposures during CBT for Youth with Anxiety Disorders” presented by Katherine Dahlsgaard, Ph.D., was informative and fast paced. Her enthusiasm and high energy added to her expertise to make this presentation successful. It was easy to see why Dr. Dahlsgaard is a hit …

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Practical Guidelines for Clinicians to Reduce Anxiety in Youth Concludes the FCP Spring Workshop Series

The second workshop in the Foundations Community Partnership spring workshop series will be presented in webinar format on April 7, 2021 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. The workshop title is “The Specifics of Exposures: Tips, Strategies, and Practicalities for Effective Exposures in CBT for Youth with Anxiety Disorders.” Exposure has emerged in the anxiety …

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Case Studies Illuminate Models for Ethical Decision-Making

The first FCP Behavioral Health Workshop of Spring 2021 was presented by Charles Jacob and entitled “Common Ethical Challenges for Psychotherapists: Applying Decision-Making Models to Case Examples.” Dr. Jacob’s expertise and experience as both a behavioral health educator and clinician and his congenial presentation style made this topic interesting and informative. The 3-hour presentation seemed …

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Essential Topic Opens FCP’s Spring 2021 Behavioral Health Workshop Series

This Wednesday FCP welcomes Dr. Charles Jacob to present “Common Ethical Challenges for Psychotherapists: Applying Decision-Making Models to Case Examples.” The goal of this workshop is to demonstrate examples of common ethical concerns faced by practicing clinicians and the use of ethical decision-making models in providing resolution. Case examples will be provided that are relatable …

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Expert Presentation on Necessary Topic

  If you missed this morning’s workshop entitled: “Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse: What You Need to Know,” you missed another winner. By popular request, Mandy Mundy M.S., NPL, Senior Director of Programs and Services at NOVA returned this year to provide a highly energetic presentation to a full house of mental health professionals, educators, …

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Coming December 2: Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse

Mandated reporters are of critical importance in the child abuse prevention effort. This training identifies the role and responsibility mandated reporters play in the prevention, protection, and intervention in cases of suspected of child abuse. Following the training, participants will have a deeper understanding of how to protect children from abuse. The training will explain …

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Stellar Expertise Shared in Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Presentation

This was another great presentation today by Dr. Martin Franklin entitled: “Treating OCD in Children and Adolescents: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach.” This was a return visit to the Foundations Community Partnership behavioral health lecture series by popular demand. Due to Covid-19, today’s workshop was presented in Webinar format. Thanks to Dr. Franklin’s expertise and relaxed presentation …

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High-Interest Topic will Open the FCP 2020 Fall Behavioral Health Workshop Series.

Wednesday, November 4, Dr. Martin Franklin will present Treating OCD in Children and Adolescents: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach in FCP’s new Webinar format. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder has strong empirical support, yet poses unique challenges even to experienced therapists. Dr. Franklin will discuss the use of CBT techniques in clinical practice with …

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Excellent Workshop Opens Spring 2020 Series

Dr. Benjamin E. Yerys presented a fast paced and high energy workshop today on a very interesting topic entitled “Non-Social Features of Autism: Identifying Neural Mechanisms and Treatments for Improving Outcomes.” I expect that there will be a few comments that he did not provide another “cookbook” for treatment of Autism or ADHD, but that …

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High-Interest Topic Opens FCP 2020 Spring Behavioral Health Workshop Series

On Wednesday, March 4th , Foundations Community Partnership will provide the first Behavioral Health Workshop for this Spring entitled “Non-Social Features of Autism: Identifying Neural Mechanisms and Treatments for Improving Outcomes.” This informative presentation will cover the non-social features of autism, including a review of the neural mechanisms that are currently known to influence the …

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