Workshop in Minimum Continuing Legal Education

General Practice, Praxis, and Connecting with Feelings of Well-Being (1-hour)

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 1
MCLE: 9067

This online course is designed to explore how the practice of law can offer ways of meaningful engagement with the world while providing a sense of fulfillment in life. This online course considers aspects of the law that bring suffering and disease and explores how to reframe these experiences to bring joy and happiness.

Instructor: Kim Clark, JD

Kim Clark is a lawyer, critical race theorist, and a certified spirituality and social change consultant. Attorney Clark works with individuals and organizations to improve performance, motivation and well-being. She is an active member and contributor to ClassCrits, a network of scholars and activists interested in the critical, interdisciplinary and international analysis of law and economic relations. Clark has taught at several Bay Area schools of law.

JFKU-CE is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs and by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) to provide continuing education for RNs.  JFKU-CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

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Successful completion of the final exam and submission of the course evaluation unlocks your certificate. Please select the “Retrieve My Course Details” button to print or save your certificate. *You may need to refresh the course dashboard webpage for this button to populate.

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Certificate in Expressive Arts

Treating Youth with ASD Through Expressive Arts Therapy

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 7
(APA, CAMFT, RN)

In this online course, participants will learn to utilize methods from Expressive Arts Therapy in individual and group work with youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. For many youths with ASD, music, drama, and creative movement have been shown to heighten levels of engagement, expression, cooperation and self-regulation. Through a blend of lecture and experiential exercises, this course utilizes a strength-based approach to identifying key practices from multiple arts modalities that can benefit youth with ASD, and will also explore the rationale, theory and research behind these practices.

Instructor: Suraya Keating, MFT

Suraya Keating, MFT, is Shakespeare for Social Justice Director for Marin Shakespeare Company, Clinical Supervisor for an Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Martinez Hospital and master trainer in Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy. With an extensive background in theater, dance and yoga, Suraya has spent the last 20 years facilitating mindfulness-based Expressive Arts practices and directing therapeutic theater with marginalized populations including youth with ASD, at-risk youth, adults with developmental disabilities, prison inmates, and many others. Suraya is also a Senior Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies,where she teaches courses in the use of Expressive Arts Therapy with children and adolescents, and maintains a private practice in the Bay Area. www.suraya.org

 

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Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

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Certificate

California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce Business Leadership

Overview

The CHCC Leadership Program has been developed in partnership with JFK University and the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) to improve the overall leadership and operational effectiveness of all CHCC Chamber Board Members and Operational Managers, and the Small Business Entrepreneurs they support as part of the CHCC and local Chamber mission.  The ultimate beneficiaries of this program are the small business entrepreneurs and local economies that will benefit from the improved competencies, knowledge and skills of Chamber leaders and management in the areas of leadership, operational management and decision making.

The overall objectives of the CHCC Leadership Program are to:

  • Develop overall awareness and capability of CHCC Chamber Board Members in their official Board capacity to more effectively lead their Chamber through sound governance, formulation of strategic plans, and effective use of Parliamentary Procedures to get work done.
  • Empower Chamber Management and staff with a common set of skills, tools and processes that allow them to improve the overall day-to-day management of the Chambers they serve relative to the program, volunteer, marketing and communications management.
  • Establish best practices and a common set of tools and techniques in the areas of financial management and fundraising to support the long-term sustainability of local Chambers.
  • Expand knowledge, skills, and capability of Chamber leaders and members in the areas of leadership, ethics and entrepreneurship for the long-term sustainability of both the local Chambers and the CHCC.

CHAMBER LEADERSHIP COURSE

The Chamber Management and Operations Curriculum addresses key areas of focus, which are critical to properly managing a Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. This includes:

  • Governance
  • Democratic decision-making through the use of Parliamentary Procedures
  • Strategic Planning
  • Program Management
  • Volunteer Management
  • Marketing and Communications Management

Certificate in Treatment Strategies for Returning

Women in the Military: What You Need to Know to Provide Effective Treatment

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 4
APA, BBS, BRN

Women are growing in increasing numbers in the military, comprising 15% of active US duty military personnel. As the minority in a predominantly male culture, women encounter different issues in response to the experience of war. In this intermediate course, participants will learn about women’s role in the military, as well as ways to effectively assess and treat the specific issues that women who were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan now face (i.e. depression, binge eating, PTSD, somatic problems, etc.). Special emphasis will placed on the different traumas they may have been exposed to and critical areas of readjustment after coming home.

Instructor: Pamela Planthara, PsyD
Pamela Planthara, PsyD, is a former military psychologist and Captain with the United States Air Force. During active duty, she served as Team Chief to the Pentagon Family Assistance Center, providing bereavement counseling for families impacted by 9-11. Afterward, she served as a Disaster Team Chief at the Pentagon providing critical incident stress management to Pentagon personnel. Dr. Planthara also served as chief of outpatient mental health, chairperson for a community task force committee, and a behavioral health consultant in primary care. For the past 7 years she has worked with veterans who suffer from PTSD at the Oakland Vet center and currently with the Oakland VA behavioral Health Clinic.

JFKU-CE is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs and by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) to provide continuing education for RNs.  JFKU-CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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New Users – What to Expect:

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You will have 90 days to complete the course. Extensions are available if needed, please e-mail: conted@jfku.edu.

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Technical Requirements:

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Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

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Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder: Assessment & Treatment of Children & Adu

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 6
APA, CAMFT, BRN

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that involves life-long deficits in social interaction, communication, and behavior. In this introductory course, you will become familiar with the history of ASD, DSM-5 diagnostic criteria, best practices for assessment and tools, and an overview of established treatments. This course provides an essential foundation for understanding further intermediate courses on assessment, diagnosis, or treatments for ASD.

Required Readings: **Please note participants may be asked to set up a free account to access some of the below modules. **

  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-F) “Neurodevelopmental Disorders” pages 31-86; with special attention to Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • The National Standards Project, National Standards Project Phase 2 (2015). Pages 41-73, Section 3 Research Findings
  • National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders, Evidence-based practices.
  • Autism Internet Modules, module of your choice (this can be related to assessment or intervention).

Instructor Bio

Larissa D. Terry, PsyD, BCBA-D, is a Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst Doctoral, specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. Dr. Terry completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the UC Davis MIND Institute. She was a staff psychologist at Regional Center of the East Bay where she assisted in establishing their first Early Intervention Autism Clinic for children under age 3. She maintains a private practice in Walnut Creek, California providing assessment, early intervention diagnostic clinics, parent training, and behavioral consultation for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.

JFKU-CE is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs and by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) to provide continuing education for RNs. JFKU-CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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New Users – What to Expect:

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You will have 90 days to complete the course. Extensions are available if needed, please e-mail: conted@jfku.edu.

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Technical Requirements:

Before you begin an online course, please make sure your computer has a broadband Internet connection. A dial-up connection is not sufficient. The online courses require that you use the most recent Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox Internet browsers, which you can download from these links: PC/Mac: Chrome (newer Macs only) or Firefox (Macs over 2 years old). Safari is not compatible. Adobe Flash player is also required and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

Successful completion of the final exam and submission of the course evaluation unlocks your certificate. Please select the “Retrieve My Course Details” button to print or save your certificate. *You may need to refresh the course dashboard webpage for this button to populate.

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Certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Treating Youth with ASD Through Expressive Arts Therapy

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 7
(APA, CAMFT, RN)

In this online course, participants will learn to utilize methods from Expressive Arts Therapy in individual and group work with youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. For many youths with ASD, music, drama, and creative movement have been shown to heighten levels of engagement, expression, cooperation and self-regulation. Through a blend of lecture and experiential exercises, this course utilizes a strength-based approach to identifying key practices from multiple arts modalities that can benefit youth with ASD, and will also explore the rationale, theory and research behind these practices.

Instructor: Suraya Keating, MFT

Suraya Keating, MFT, is Shakespeare for Social Justice Director for Marin Shakespeare Company, Clinical Supervisor for an Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Martinez Hospital and master trainer in Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy. With an extensive background in theater, dance and yoga, Suraya has spent the last 20 years facilitating mindfulness-based Expressive Arts practices and directing therapeutic theater with marginalized populations including youth with ASD, at-risk youth, adults with developmental disabilities, prison inmates, and many others. Suraya is also a Senior Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies,where she teaches courses in the use of Expressive Arts Therapy with children and adolescents, and maintains a private practice in the Bay Area. www.suraya.org

 

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New Users – What to Expect:

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You will have 90 days to complete the course. Extensions are available if needed, please e-mail: conted@jfku.edu.

Returning Users – How to Access Your Courses:

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Technical Requirements:

Before you begin an online course, please make sure your computer has a broadband Internet connection. A dial-up connection is not sufficient. The online courses require that you use the most recent Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox Internet browsers, which you can download from these links: PC/Mac: Chrome (newer Macs only) or Firefox (Macs over 2 years old). Safari is not compatible. Adobe Flash player is also required and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

Successful completion of the final exam and submission of the course evaluation unlocks your certificate. Please select the “Retrieve My Course Details” button to print or save your certificate. *You may need to refresh the course dashboard webpage for this button to populate.

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Certificate in Advanced Certificate in Entrepreneu

The Why? Of Business & Blue Ocean Strategy

Overview

This entrepreneurial course will work to help you clarify your mission, vision and the why? of your particular business. We’ll then focus on differentiating your business using the “Blue Ocean Strategy” and other innovative approaches. Guest entrepreneurs will discuss their use of the BOS concepts to strengthen their competitive advantage and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and gain insights from these highly successful entrepreneurs. Finally, participants will learn techniques for perfecting their business pitch.

Recommended Prerequisite: Key Habits of Entrepreneurs, Ideas to Business and Business Formation

Learning Objectives:

Course Syllabus ():

Instructor Bio
The team of instructors consists of experienced entrepreneurs and business leaders who have succeeded and failed at entrepreneurial endeavors.

Dina is a successful entrepreneur, mentor and expert instructor. She joined the Institute of Entrepreneurial Leadership as Assistant Director in October 2011. Since joining the IEL Team, she has performed as a lead expert instructor for many entrepreneurship classes and serves as a lead mentor for about 25 companies annually. Her depth of expertise around courseware development and facilitation, learning and organizational development and sales and marketing have been key in leading thoughtful discussions with the participating student entrepreneurs. Dina currently holds the role of Associate Director and runs the operational aspects of the program along with her teaching and mentoring responsibilities. She is the IEL representative in the National Business Incubator Association where she is working toward the Incubator Manager Certification. She is a certified Train-the-trainer and also holds a coaching certification through WKI of Canada.

Ben Olmos, Ben is a business professional, academic, and entrepreneur with more than 20-years of experience in the consumer packaged goods industry. Though originally from California, Ben’s professional career started in Atlanta, GA at Coca-Cola’s global headquarters. While at Caca-Cola Ben worked in sales and marketing operations where he managed or led national projects for more than 200 of Coca-Cola’s top national and regional customers in a variety of consumer channels such as grocery stores, specialty retail, restaurants, colleges, convenience stores, theme parks, movie theatres, sports stadiums, cruise lines, and airlines. In his role as Sr. Manager, Ben was responsible for coordinating three departments as well as several cross-functional teams focused on the implementation of product and equipment as well as $500 mm in trade marketing funds. Utilizing his knowledge of supply chain operations and his Black Belt in Six Sigma worked to improve costs, speed, and efficiency across the organization. In In 2014 Ben relocated back to California to accept a job working in the wine industry where he provides analysis and insights for sales, marketing, and operations to executive leadership.

Sangita Patel, MBA Drawing on a 15 year career in corporate finance, Sangita has spent the last 8 years working with starts up in a variety of different industries from diamond wholesale to electronics manufacturing. She loves being able to bring her experience to the classroom and help aspiring entrepreneurs develop and grow their ventures. Sharing insight and “lessons learned” makes allows for a positive and challenging learning environment. She holds a BS in economics from the University of California at Berkeley and a MBA from San Jose State University.

 

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New Users – What to Expect:

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You will have 90 days to complete the course. Extensions are available if needed, please e-mail: conted@jfku.edu.

Returning Users – How to Access Your Courses:

Please select the “Returning User? Log in” Option. Your e-mail is your username, and your password is what you selected at registration. If you have forgotten, please click ‘Forgot Password?’ and follow the prompts.

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Technical Requirements:

Before you begin an online course, please make sure your computer has a broadband Internet connection. A dial-up connection is not sufficient. The online courses require that you use the most recent Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox Internet browsers, which you can download from these links: PC/Mac: Chrome (newer Macs only) or Firefox (Macs over 2 years old). Safari is not compatible. Adobe Flash player is also required and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

Successful completion of the final exam and submission of the course evaluation unlocks your certificate. Please select the “Retrieve My Course Details” button to print or save your certificate. *You may need to refresh the course dashboard webpage for this button to populate.

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Certificate in Museum Studies Fundamentals

The Visitor Experience

Overview

In this online course we will consider the full scope of your organization’s visitors’ experiences from their first notion to visit through the time on site to the moment they leave then consider returning. In the course modules you will learn essential strategies to plan and implement the core experiences that you deliver to museum audiences including families, adult, and school groups. The course content includes, short lectures, readings, expert interviews, and practical exercises.

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Certificate in Nutritional Psychology

The Stress-Mood Axis

Overview

CE Credit Hours: 5
APA, BBS, BRN

The face of disease has shifted in the last hundred years. The primary diseases affecting us today are ones where damage accumulates gradually: including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, depression, and autoimmune illnesses. Additionally, anxiety and depressive disorders affect approximately 18% and 9% of U.S. adults respectively, with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome affecting over one million Americans. And for many more individuals, mood instability, pervasive fatigue, and general ‘unwellness’ can persist, even in the absence of the ability to detect any clinical (diagnosable) disease. There is evidence linking these pervasive states of illness to a chronically overworked stress system. As this course will explore in detail, chronic stress can create dysregulation within the body’s primary stress system, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. The HPA axis, along with short-term mediation from the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), controls the stress response in humans, and in doing so, modulates stress-related illnesses and the chronic (and pervasive) feelings of ‘unwellness’ that some individuals experience.

The purpose of this course is to explain the physiological mechanisms of chronic stress, as well as how to assess for the psychological and physical manifestations of HPA-axis Dysregulation (HPA-D). Methods for stabilizing the HPA axis and promoting HPA-D recovery will also be proposed in the form of an integrative, evidence-based model called Stress System Restorative Therapy (SSRT).

Instructor: Ephimia Morphew-Lu, MS, Dip. CN
M. Ephimia Morphew-Lu is an M.S. in Psychology with a decade of experience in the field of psychology and human performance. She spent the majority of her career at NASA as a Senior Engineering Psychologist supporting the psychological and performance capabilities of pilots and astronauts for NASA and the U.S. military. She is the founder of an International scientific society and peer-reviewed journal, The Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments, has won numerous awards in her field of specialty, and has published widely in her area of expertise. In 2004, she resigned from her career with NASA to pursue a full-time career in the field of nutrition and nutritional psychology. She has since been personally trained by the country’s leading experts in amino acid therapy and holistic nutrition. In addition to her professional training, Ephi has personally suffered from both a chronic autoimmune disease and debilitating pain disorder for over 25 years. Motivated to relieve her own pain and find a cure, she has consulted a plethora of physicians and health practitioners during these years, and has been prescribed an equal amount of medications – all with no relief. It was not until she stumbled into the field of nutrition that she was able to replace many of the medications she was taking with nutrients. She has now dedicated her life to bringing this form of therapy and healing to her clients, fellow practitioners, and the medical and health community.

Instructor: Lou Lasprugato, MFT
Lou Lasprugato is a mental health clinician within the Department of Psychiatry at Kaiser Permanente, Sacramento, California where he facilitates psycho-educational and skill-building groups, along with individual therapy and crisis intervention services within an Intensive Outpatient Program. Lou’s clinical training and therapeutic approaches include Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness-based stress reduction, heart rate variability biofeedback, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), music therapy, and nutritional psychology. Lou initiated a movement in educational seminars for colleagues within the North Valley region and continues to both recruit guest speakers as well as present on various topics, including ACT, nutritional psychology, stress management, and integrative treatments for depression. Lou is a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and also maintains a small private practice in Davis, CA. He earned his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (Holistic Studies Specialization) from Lesley University, Cambridge, MA following a career as a professional musician. Lou has had a long-held personal and professional interest in the emerging field of nutritional psychology.

JFKU-CE is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs and by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) to provide continuing education for RNs. JFKU-CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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New Users – What to Expect:

Click on the “New User? Register” gray box below and enter your contact information to create a new account. The email address and password that you enter will be your username and password for all online courses that you take through our system. *International students: please select your Country first.

You can log into your course in the future by bookmarking: ce.jfku.edu/public

Next, complete the “Student” information section by providing your license type and number (if that applies to you)

Enter the Billing and Payment information to purchase the course.

Check that you have read the Terms and Conditions, and then click the “Register for Course” gray box.

The webpage will refresh to your course page. Click “Launch Course” to begin!

You will have 90 days to complete the course. Extensions are available if needed, please e-mail: conted@jfku.edu.

Returning Users – How to Access Your Courses:

Please select the “Returning User? Log in” Option. Your e-mail is your username, and your password is what you selected at registration. If you have forgotten, please click ‘Forgot Password?’ and follow the prompts.

You can login to your course in the future by bookmarking this login page: ce.jfku.edu/public

Technical Requirements:

Before you begin an online course, please make sure your computer has a broadband Internet connection. A dial-up connection is not sufficient. The online courses require that you use the most recent Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Firefox Internet browsers, which you can download from these links: PC/Mac: Chrome (newer Macs only) or Firefox (Macs over 2 years old). Safari is not compatible. Adobe Flash player is also required and can be downloaded by clicking here.

Course Completion Time Limit

You will have 90 days to complete the online course from the date of registration. You may request 30 day extensions for a fee of $35. E-mail (conted@jfku.edu) or call us (800.557.1384) to begin this process. Extensions take a few days , an email will be sent to you when the extension access has been granted.

Accessing Certificate

Successful completion of the final exam and submission of the course evaluation unlocks your certificate. Please select the “Retrieve My Course Details” button to print or save your certificate. *You may need to refresh the course dashboard webpage for this button to populate.

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Workshop in The Practical Side of Counseling

The New DSM-5: Changes You Need to Know for Your Practice

Overview

CE Credit: 4 Hours
APA, BBS, BRN

This advanced course will introduce clinicians to the changes in the DSM-5 and also provide an understanding of the structure of ICD and the use of ICD codes. New regulations require that clinicians use the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD) rather than DSM codes on federal documents (VA Medical Centers, Medicare, et), and insurance companies and other agencies are likely to follow suit. The ICD section on mental disorders and DSM-V overlap, but also have some important differences. In this course, participants will learn the changes in DSM-5, the conceptual and clinical implications, and how to understand and apply both DSM and ICD codes.

Instructor: Rhoda Olkin, PhD
Rhoda Olkin, PhD, is a licensed psychologist and Distinguished Professor at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, where she teaches psychopathology and diagnosis, along with updates to each DSM. Rhoda also serves as Executive Director of the Institute on Disability and Health Psychology and is author of the book “What psychotherapists should know about disability.” A CBT therapist and expert in case formulation, she has been teaching and training clinicians for over 25 years and maintains a private practice in Walnut Creek.

JFKU-CE is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists, by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) to provide continuing education for MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs and by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) to provide continuing education for RNs. JFKU-CE maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 

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