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Identifying and Managing Autism Spectrum Disorder

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Learn to identify, screen for, goal plan, and manage certain symptoms of autism spectrum disorder

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Upon completion of this lecture, you should be able to:

  • Recognize signs that require further screening in autism spectrum disorder

  • Source resources for ABA and NBDI therapy

  • Be able to provide patients with age appropriate and realistic functional treatment goals 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • TYPE OF COURSE: Live interactive webinar

  • DATE & TIME:  Wednesday November 16th at 5:30 PM

  • REGISTRATION & LOCATION: RingCentral link to webinar to be emailed upon completion of registration.​

  • CONTENT LEVEL: Intermediate

  • HOST: Community Behavioral Health

  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS AND GRIEVANCES: (844) 224 - 5264 x 720

  • CREDIT: 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit hour.

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT & ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • AUDIENCE: This course is appropriate for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and physicians.

  • CREDIT ACQUISITION AND POST TEST RETAKE REQUIREMENT: To receive credit, please register with your complete information, attend the full course with video on, and complete the post test and course evaluation with a passing score of 60% within 3 test attempts

  • TO OBTAIN CERTIFICATE: The certificate is awarded immediately upon successful completion of post test and course evaluation via email.

 

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

  • Dr. Suni Jani is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom, and a Board Certified Independent Medical Examiner currently practicing in Maryland. She graduated with her doctorate in Medicine from The George Washington University, completed her General Psychiatry residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine, and did her Child and Adolescent fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, a Clinical Instructor at the George Washington University, and the Director of Research and Development at Community Behavioral Health. She has published widely on numerous disciplines in mental health.

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE

Cannabis and Psychiatric Illness

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Learn the true impact of cannabis on the development of psychiatric illness.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Discuss the most appropriate and effective way to communicate with  patients about the use of cannabis

  • Examine interactions between cannabis and psychiatric medications

  • Address the role of pharmacokinetic testing for patients who use  cannabis concurrently with psychiatric medications

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • TYPE OF COURSE: Live interactive webinar

  • DATE & TIME:  August 31st 2022 at 5:30 PM

  • REGISTRATION & LOCATION: RingCentral link to webinar to be emailed upon completion of registration.​

  • CONTENT LEVEL: Intermediate

  • HOST: Community Behavioral Health

  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS AND GRIEVANCES: (844) 224 - 5264 x 720

  • CREDIT: 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit hour.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT & ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • AUDIENCE: This course is appropriate for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and physicians.

  • CREDIT ACQUISITION AND POST TEST RETAKE REQUIREMENT: To receive credit, please register with your complete information, attend the full course with video on, and complete the post test and course evaluation with a passing score of 60% within 3 test attempts

  • TO OBTAIN CERTIFICATE: The certificate is awarded immediately upon successful completion of post test and course evaluation via email.

 

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

  • Dr. Suni Jani is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom, and a Board Certified Independent Medical Examiner currently practicing in Maryland. She graduated with her doctorate in Medicine from The George Washington University, completed her General Psychiatry residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine, and did her Child and Adolescent fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, a Clinical Instructor at the George Washington University, and the Director of Research and Development at Community Behavioral Health. She has published widely on numerous disciplines in mental health.

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE

Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Learn to identify and manage symptoms of bipolar disorder in children

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Be able to identify symptoms of bipolar disorder in children

  • Be able to identify psychiatric conditions on the spectrum of bipolar disorders

  • Be able to explain the differences in clinical presentation of bipolar disorder between children and adults

  • Be able to explain advantages and issues of treatment of bipolar disorder

  • Be able to give educational accommodation recommendations for bipolar disorder

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • TYPE OF COURSE: Live interactive webinar

  • DATE & TIME:  July 27th 2022 at 5:30 PM

  • REGISTRATION & LOCATION: RingCentral link to webinar to be emailed upon completion of registration.​

  • CONTENT LEVEL: Intermediate

  • HOST: Community Behavioral Health

  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS AND GRIEVANCES: (844) 224 - 5264 x 720

  • CREDIT: 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit hour.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT & ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • AUDIENCE: This course is appropriate for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and physicians.

  • CREDIT ACQUISITION AND POST TEST RETAKE REQUIREMENT: To receive credit, please register with your complete information, attend the full course with video on, and complete the post test and course evaluation with a passing score of 60% within 3 test attempts

  • TO OBTAIN CERTIFICATE: The certificate is awarded immediately upon successful completion of post test and course evaluation via email.

 

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

  • Dr. Suni Jani is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom, and a Board Certified Independent Medical Examiner currently practicing in Maryland. She graduated with her doctorate in Medicine from The George Washington University, completed her General Psychiatry residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine, and did her Child and Adolescent fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, a Clinical Instructor at the George Washington University, and the Director of Research and Development at Community Behavioral Health. She has published widely on numerous disciplines in mental health.

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE

Implicit Bias

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Understand how to identify and combat implicit bias

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand how the human brain uses “shortcuts” to process information

  • Explain implicit bias and provide real-life examples

  • Assess the potential consequences of implicit bias during interactions

  • Apply strategies to minimize the impacts of implicit bias in different settings and situations

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • TYPE OF COURSE: Live interactive webinar

  • DATE & TIME:  June 20th 2022 at 5:30 PM

  • REGISTRATION & LOCATION: RingCentral link to webinar to be emailed upon completion of registration.​

  • CONTENT LEVEL: Intermediate

  • HOST: Community Behavioral Health

  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS AND GRIEVANCES: (844) 224 - 5264 x 720

  • CREDIT: 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit hour.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT & ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • AUDIENCE: This course is appropriate for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and physicians.

  • CREDIT ACQUISITION AND POST TEST RETAKE REQUIREMENT: To receive credit, please register with your complete information, attend the full course with video on, and complete the post test and course evaluation with a passing score of 60% within 3 test attempts

  • TO OBTAIN CERTIFICATE: The certificate is awarded immediately upon successful completion of post test and course evaluation via email.

 

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

  • Dr. Suni Jani is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom, and a Board Certified Independent Medical Examiner currently practicing in Maryland. She graduated with her doctorate in Medicine from The George Washington University, completed her General Psychiatry residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine, and did her Child and Adolescent fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, a Clinical Instructor at the George Washington University, and the Director of Research and Development at Community Behavioral Health. She has published widely on numerous disciplines in mental health.

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE: 

Overview of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) for Clinicians

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

  • Learn how to identify individuals who have struggled with adverse childhood experiences in order to manage their long term clinical outcomes

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Be able to identify ACEs on a spectrum of presentation

  • Be able to recommend evidence based treatments for ACEs

  • Be able to explain to patients how ACEs can lead to lifelong changes in health and other areas of functioning not related to ACEs

  • Be able to identify the most common presentations of ACEs

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • TYPE OF COURSE: Live interactive webinar

  • DATE & TIME:  May 18th 2022 at 6:00 PM EST

  • REGISTRATION & LOCATION: RingCentral link to webinar to be emailed upon completion of registration.​

  • CONTENT LEVEL: Intermediate

  • HOST: Community Behavioral Health

  • CONTACT INFORMATION FOR DISABILITY ACCOMMODATIONS AND GRIEVANCES: (844) 224 - 5264 x 720

  • COST: $5.00 per course or $100 annually. Pay annually or weekly per course at least 24 hours in advance through registration link. No refunds provided.

  • CREDIT: 1 Continuing Education (CE) credit hour.

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT & ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

  • AUDIENCE: This course is appropriate for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and physicians.

  • CREDIT ACQUISITION AND POST TEST RETAKE REQUIREMENT: To receive credit, please register with your complete information, attend the full course with video on, and complete the post test and course evaluation with a passing score of 60% within 3 test attempts

  • TO OBTAIN CERTIFICATE: The certificate is awarded immediately upon successful completion of post test and course evaluation via email.

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

  • Dr. Suni Jani is a Board Certified Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, a Consultant Psychiatrist in the United Kingdom, and a Board Certified Independent Medical Examiner currently practicing in Maryland. She graduated with her doctorate in Medicine from The George Washington University, completed her General Psychiatry residency training at the Baylor College of Medicine, and did her Child and Adolescent fellowship at Harvard Medical School’s Massachusetts General Hospital. She currently holds an appointment as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, a Clinical Instructor at the George Washington University, and the Director of Research and Development at Community Behavioral Health. She has published widely on numerous disciplines in mental health.