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08 Feb, 2018
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Continuing Professional Development Certificates
PsychOz Publications, in collaboration with PESI in the USA, offers quality online continuing professional development events from the leaders in the field at a standard recognized by professional associations including psychology, social work, occupational therapy, alcohol and drug professionals, counselling and psychotherapy. On completion of the training, a Professional Development Certificate is issued after the individual has answered and submitted a quiz and course evaluation. This online program is worth 5.25 hours CPD.
PsyD, FPPR (Cand.), DABPS
Jay Carter, PsyD, FPPR (Cand.), DABPS, is a licensed clinical psychologist, a Diplomate Candidate in Psychopharmacology (FPPR cand.), and certified in Psychoactive Substance Abuse Disorders by the American Psychological Association Board of Governors. Dr. Carter has over 20 years of experience working with clientele that include high-risk children, prisoners, and substance abusers. He has testified in local, state, and federal court. Dr. Carter draws his insight from both professional and personal experience. Growing up with a mother who had bipolar disorder equipped Dr. Carter with a wealth of unique insight that has helped him to better understand executive functions and diversity of treatment for others dealing with dysfunction.
Financial: Jay Carter maintains a private practice. He receives royalties as an author for McGraw-Hill. Dr. Carter receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Jay Carter is a member of the American Psychological Association.
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- List the seven cardinal symptoms of mania and hypomania in clients.
- Formulate a clinical assessment plan that includes considerations for symptoms, course of illness, temperament, family history, and medication reaction.
- Identify patients with covert alcohol and drug use and it's clinical implications.
- Detail four predictors of suicide completion, how to prevent suicide, and how to protect yourself from legal liability in session.
- Recognize key strategies from empirically–validated psychosocial treatments that you can use in-session
- Evaluate research-proven medications for patients with bipolar illness, and potent non–drug treatments to improve clinical outcomes.
DEPRESSION: UNIPOLAR OR BIPOLAR? (& WHY IT MATTERS)
- Case study: Suicide and Bipolar Disorder
- 7 cardinal symptoms of hypomania
- Common and often overlooked: mixed depressive and manic states
- Beyond symptoms: markers of bipolar illness
- Family history
- Course of illness
- Response to antidepressants
- Executive functions
BIPOLAR DISORDER, SUBSTANCE ABUSE, & BORDERLINE PERSONALITY
- Is my patient an alcoholic?
- Detecting covert drug abuse
- Increase your patient’s motivation to address addiction
- DSM-5® updates
- Bipolar or borderline?
- Psychodynamics of euphoric and irritable hypomania
- Overcome lack of motivation and rumination
- 3 evidence-based psychotherapies for bipolar disorder
- Dialectical behavior therapy for bipolar illness
- Helping patients accept the diagnosis of bipolar illness and the need for meds
YOUR WORST FEAR: IDENTIFYING & MANAGING ACUTE SUICIDE RISK
- Predictors of suicide completion
- Risk management
- The only medication proven to dramatically reduce suicide (not an antidepressant!)
POTENT NON-DRUG TREATMENTS FOR MOOD DISORDERS
- Manipulation of sleep
- Blue blockers
- Fish fat and other natural compounds
- Lamictal is a safe and effective treatment for acute bipolar depression
- Lithium and the other mood stabilizers don’t work in depression
- Depakote: its role in bipolar disorder and comorbid panic and anxiety
- Tegretol: why it’s an underutilized drug, especially for young women
- Lithium: why it’s still the best for many patients
- Depakote: its role in bipolar illness and comorbid panic and anxiety
- Tegretol: why it’s a great, but underutilized drug for young women
- Natural treatments
NOT JUST FOR DOCTORS
- Suboptimal thyroid functioning
- Social Workers
- Case Managers
- Marriage and Family Therapists
- Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
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