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    • 10/07/2022
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Live Webinar

    Suicide Therapies That Work - 6 CEs

    PRODUCED BY:  The Relationship Training Institute (RTI)

    PRESENTED BY:  Lisa Firestone, Ph.D.

    DATE/TIME:  Friday, October 7, 2022  9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    LOCATION:  Live Webinar



    Click here to register

    Click here to download flyer

    Lisa Firestone, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in Santa Barbara and the Director of Research and Education at The Glendon Association. She is the author of Conquer Your Critical Inner Voice, Creating a Life of Meaning and Compassion and The Self under Siege. Dr. Firestone is a national and international presenter on the topics of suicide and violence as well as intimate partner relationships relationships and parenting.

    • 10/07/2022
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Black Folx and Burnout:
    A Culturally Mindful Approach to Treating Burnout - 2 CEs

    PRODUCED BY:  Coastal Continuing Education

    PRESENTED BY:  Shannon Franklin, Psy.D.

    DATE/TIME:  Friday, October 7, 2022  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    LOCATION:  Zoom


    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Earn 2 CEs during this important lunch'n learn training...
    Meets requirement for Ethics trainings for Ph.D., LCSW, LMFT and LPCC!

    PROGRAM:

    Coastal Continuing Education is honored to present Dr. Shannon Franklin, Clinical Psychologist and Educator, for two Continuing Education Credits during this informative and incredibly important training for mental health professionals regarding the systematic impact of burnout in the Black community. Dr. Shannon Franklin will present interventions to treat burnout from an anti-racist lens.

    • 10/15/2022
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Ethical Considerations in Working with Disabled Clients
    and Colleagues - 4 CEs

    PRODUCED BY:  Coastal Continuing Education

    PRESENTED BY:  Melissa Sticklin, MA, LPCC

    DATE/TIME:  Saturday, October 15, 2022   8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

    LOCATION:  Zoom


    CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Meets requirements for Ethics trainings for Ph.D.'s, LCSW's, LMFT's, and LPCC's!

    PROGRAM:

    Coastal Continuing Education invites you to attend this interactive and reflective 4-hour workshop with Melissa Stricklin, MA, LPCC, on anti-ableist practices when working in the mental health field with colleagues and clients. This training is for all clinicians and treatment providers seeking to deepen their awareness of ethical obligations and allyship when working with the disabeld community.

    • 11/04/2022
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Online Live Webinar

    Developing Secure Attachment: 
    Make Sense Of Your Past To Empower Your Future - 6 CEs

    PRODUCED BY:  The Relationship Training Institute (RTI)

    PRESENTED BY:   Lisa Firestone, Ph.D.

    DATE/TIME:   Friday, November 4, 2022  9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

    LOCATION:   Live Webinar


    Click here to register

    Lisa Firestone, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in Santa Barbara and the Director of Research and Education at The Glendon Association. She is the author of Conquer Your Critical Inner Voice, Creating a Life of Meaning and Compassion and The Self under Siege. Dr. Firestone is a national and international presenter on the topics of suicide and violence as well as intimate partner relationships relationships and parenting.

    • 11/05/2022
    • 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
    • San Diego Mission Bay Resort
    Register

    Stigmatization in Mental Health: 
    Impact on Diverse Populations - 6.5 CEs


    PRODUCED BY: SDPA

    DATE/TIME:
    Saturday, November 5, 2022
    8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

    LOCATION:
    San Diego Mission Bay Resort
    1775 E. Mission Bay Drive
    San Diego, CA 92109

    CLICK HERE FOR COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

    REGISTRATION FEES:

     Early-Bird
    10/15/22
     Regular   On-Site
    11/5/22
     Member $150  $215 $225
     Member Student $50 $50  $50
     Non-Member $195 $245 $255
     Non-Member Student $75 $75 $75
     Special Rate $150  $215 $225
     Special Rate Student $50 $50 $50


    EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS OCTOBER 15, 2022

    PROGRAM COURSES:

    Keynote: Averting the Potential for Pathologizing Normal Childhood Maturational Challenges 

    Enrico Gnaulati, PhD - 1.5 CEs

      Addressing the Mental Health Needs of the Asian American & Pacific Islander Community
      Koko Nishi, PhD - 1.5 CEs

      Why Is Growing Old So Unappealing and What Don’t We Understand About the Aging Experience
      Ken Dellefield, PhD - 1.5 CEs

      Shame, Stigma, and the Therapy Relationship

      Bruce S. Liese, PhD - 2 CEs

      From Ethical Uncertainty to Clarity: Understanding Today’s Ethical Struggles and Dilemmas for Clinicians

      David Jaffe, PhD, Lindsey Hogan, PhDDavid Leatherberry, JD, Attorney
      Phil Cisneros-Seibel, PhD,  and Debra M. Halliday, PsyD

      GRADUATE MIXER AFTER THE CONFERENCE


      SDPA CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICIES:

      CE Attendance/Cancellation Policy 
      To receive CE credit and certificates, participants must sign-in and sign-out of the course.  CE credit and certificates will not be issued to those that arrive more than ten minutes after the start time or leave prior to sign-out.  Sign-in sheets will be taken up ten minutes after the start time and replaced for sign-out at the end of the program.  This policy is strictly enforced.  No refund will be given to any registered individual who is a no-show to a course.  Any registrant canceling within 72 hours of a course will be refunded 50% of the course fee. 

      CE Conflicts of Interest
      As an APA-approved sponsor of continuing education, SDPA is committed to the identification and resolution of potential conflicts of interest in the planning, promotion, delivery, and evaluation of continuing education. Consistent with concepts outlined in the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, potential conflicts of interest occur when an individual assumes a professional role in the planning, promotion, delivery, or evaluation of continuing education where personal, professional, legal, financial, or other interests could reasonably be expected to impair their objectivity, competence, or effectiveness.  Any questions regarding conflicts of interest related to a CE course presentation should be directed to the SDPA Office.

      CE Diversity Policy
      SDPA selects presenters and develops program content for its continuing education that respects cultural, individual and role differences, including those based on age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, language, and socioeconomic status.  SDPA maintains committees whose focuses are on diversity issues.  These committees are encouraged to work with the CE Committee and the President and Board to propose culturally competent educational programming.  In addition, the President and Board work to increase recruitment of psychologists. from diverse communities into membership and leadership positions in SDPA; to recruit prospective continuing education course presenters from these communities as well as those with education, training and clinical experience working with persons from these diverse communities.


      CE Accommodations for Disability Policy
      SDPA ensures that all continuing education programs accommodate individuals with disabilities, according to the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  Particular attention is paid to issues of accessibility, customer service and publicity.  Most continuing education programs are presented at the SDPA Office that is located in an ADA compliant building.  When larger continuing education events are scheduled, the CE Committee ensures that the venues selected are accommodating as well.  Signage is utilized to communicate the locations of accessible parking, toilets and communication resources.


      Course promotion materials clearly state SDPA's commitment to nondiscrimination and accessibility and work to communicate to prospective participants the availability of ADA compliant resources.  Course registration materials request specific information regarding accommodations necessary for participants.

      SDPA prepares all staff and volunteers at the continuing education events to serve individuals with disabilities in a knowledgeable and sensitive manner.  This includes respect for autonomy and agency: accommodation for the need for more time to communicate, complete required tasks, and move from one location to the next; and availability of information regarding the location of communication equipment, accessible bathrooms, and ramps.  Program staff members ensure the identification and availability of staff members to handle inquiries and requests related to disability.

      Course promotional materials are offered in multiple formats and media (print, internet based, radio or television) to ensure wide dissemination.  Print materials are reviewed to increase accessibility for the visually impaired and are also disseminated on internet-based platforms (website, social media) to increase accessibility.  When necessary, CE Committee staff members will work with local disability advocacy groups to publicize events to members of the community who may not be reached by traditional media.

      CE Grievance Policy
      SDPA is fully committed to conducting all activities in strict conformance with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles of Psychologists. SDPA will comply with all legal and ethical responsibilities to be non-discriminatory in promotional activities, program content and in the treatment of program participants. The monitoring and assessment of compliance with these standards will be the responsibility of the chair(s) of the Continuing Education (CE) Committee, the chair(s) of the Ethics Committee and the chair(s) of the Workshop/Conference, if applicable.

      While SDPA goes to great lengths to assure fair treatment for all participants and attempts to anticipate problems, there will be occasional issues that come to the attention of the CE Course or workshop/conference staff which require intervention and/or action on the part of the CE Course or workshop/conference staff or an executive officer of SDPA. This procedural description serves as a guideline for handling such grievances.

      When a participant, either orally or in written format, files a grievance and expects action on the complaint, the following actions will be taken. 

      1.  If the grievance concerns a speaker, the content presented by the speaker, or the style of presentation, the individual filing the grievance will be asked to put their comments in written format.  The chair(s) of the CE Committee or the chair(s) of the workshop/conference will then pass on the comments to the speaker, assuring the confidentiality of the grieved individual.

      2.  If the grievance concerns a CE Course or a workshop/conference course offering, it's content, level of presentation, or the facilities in which the CE Course or the workshop/conference was offered, the chair(s) of the CE Committee or the chair(s) of the workshop/conference, respectively, will mediate and will be the final arbitrator.  If the participant requests action, the chair(s) of the CE Committee or the chair(s) of the workshop/conference will:

      a.  Attempt to move the participant to another course or

      b.  Provide a credit for a subsequent year's course or

      c.  Provide a partial or full refund of the course fee.

      Actions 2b and 2c will require a written note, documenting the grievance, for record keeping purposes.  The note need not be signed by the grieved individual.

      3.  If the grievance concerns the SDPA CE program, in a specific regard, the chair(s) of the CE Committee will attempt to arbitrate.

      Please contact the SDPA Office Manager (see below) to submit a complaint, or if you have additional questions.

      CE Complaint Form                                                           

      American Psychological Association
      The San Diego Psychological Association (SDPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. SDPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

      LCSW, LFMT, LEP & LPCC
      In California, APA approved CE’s are valid for licensed psychologists, licensed school psychologists, LCSW, LFMT, LEP & LPCC licensees. Though APA is a national organization, the out of state licensee should check with their state governing board to make sure that APA approved CE'’s are valid in their state for their license. 


             

      • 11/05/2022
      • 9:00 AM
      • 11/06/2022
      • 5:00 PM
      • Rancho Santa Fe, CA

      Hold Me Tight® Workshop for Couples
      A Relationship Enrichment Program - 12 CEs

      PRESENTED BY:    Diana Weiss-Wisdom, Ph.D. and
                                      other Emotionally Focused Couples Therapists

      DATE/TIME:    Saturday/Sunday   November 5/6, 2022  9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

      LOCATION:    The Cottage Clinic
                              A peaceful, private, nature retreat in 
                              Coastal North County of San Diego


      TARGET AUDIENCE:    
      Lay couples and professionals, too.


      CLICK HERE TO REGISTER - Space is very limited.

      PROGRAM:

      What to Expect during the Program: 

      Throughout the two days, the format will involve presentations made by Dr. Diana Weiss-Wisdom on attachment theory and the neuroscience of love.  There will be a slide presentation intermingled with video demonstrations, short and longer that help drive home the point that the program is making.  

      Couples will have the opportunity to do seven structured exercises throughout the Hold Me Tight® Workshop. Therapists will be available to assist you with the exercises if needed.

      The exercises (conversations with your partner) all build on one another; essentially, they are the building blocks of the Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Love Map, that has been shown through research to help reduce marital distress and increase satisfaction in many couples over the long term.  

      It's not just a dry program; some of the videos are fun as they demonstrate what we are teaching. We have some group discussion but no one is "called on" and group participation is completely voluntary.

      Workbook Materials:  Every attendee will receive their own workbook that has the exercise conversations in it.  

      This is a positive, research-based program for all couples that want to strengthen and deepen their relationship.

      Imagine being able to understand each other better and build an even more loving relationship that just gets stronger over a lifetime.

      In our workshop, you will learn what is at the root of most conflicts between you and your partner, and how to change those moments through a proven method that all couples can do.

      Our Hold Me Tight® Workshop for Couples is based on Attachment Theory, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, and the international best-selling book "Hold Me Tight: 7 Conversations for a Lifetime of Love" by Dr. Sue Johnson.

      Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy has been shown through research to be the most effective approach to helping couples:
      • Change the negative cycle of repetitive arguments and distancing that can cause alienation, frustration, and pain;
      • Understand emotions and needs in romantic relationships and how to tend to each other in a way that creates positive, bonding moments;
      • Begin to repair old relationship injuries and how to build more trust moving forward;
      • Learn and practice a new way of communicating with each other that promotes a closer connection, more effective problem solving skills, and can help you have more fun and freedom together in your life.​
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      This is an educational and experiential program; the format and schedule include: Educational talks, video presentations, and couple's exercises (in private, not in front of the group). This program can be helpful to couples that are doing well and wanting relationship enrichment, couples who are struggling to understand and change negative patterns, as well as professionals who want to learn more about the new science of love based on about 40 years of research.

      12 CE's are available for mental health professionals
      through the link below.   

      Learning Objectives:
      • List two major tenants of attachment theory.
      • Explain how neuroscience and attachment theory effect romantic relationships. 
      • Demonstrate the negative cycle of repetitive arguments and distancing that can cause alienation, frustration, and pain and explain how to change it.
      • List two major factors in positive, safe, adult romantic relationships.  
      • Demonstrate the research-based method for repairing relationship injuries and how to build a more trusting bond moving forward. 
      • Practice a new way of communicating that promotes a closer connection, more effective problem-solving skills, more interpersonal freedom, and independence.


    Past events

    08/20/2022 Community CE Event: Hold Me Tight Workshop for Couples
    06/25/2022 Conference on The Practice of Addiction Psychology
    05/14/2022 SDPA Science Fair Awards Ceremony
    05/07/2022 SDPA - Intersectionality Matters: Supporting Trans and Nonbinary People of Color
    04/25/2022 Do you want to know more about having a 401K Plan
    03/21/2022 SDPA State of Association Annual Meeting for the Members
    01/29/2022 SDPA CE Event - Disability Health Disparities
    12/28/2021 SDPA CE Event - Enhancing Your Psychotherapy Skills with Insights from Cognitive Science
    12/13/2021 SDPA Committee - A Team USA Mental Performance Coach's Experience During the 2020 Summer Olympics
    11/06/2021 SDPA Fall Conference - Coming to Terms: The Art and Science of Conflict Resolution, Reconciliation and Civility
    09/28/2021 SDPA CE Event - Integration of Mobile Mental Health Apps Along the Continuum of Care
    06/26/2021 Community Event - Hold Me Tight© Couples Workshop
    11/06/2020 Community CE Event - Why am I doing this? A Fundamental Mindset to Help You Build a Meaningful Helping Career and Avoid Burnout
    11/06/2020 Community Event - Immigration Evaluations Training: Evaluating Hardship for Waivers of Inadmissibility
    10/24/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - Culture Specific Models of Service Delivery & Practice
    10/24/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - Racial Trauma and African-American Men
    10/24/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
    10/23/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - The Ethnohistoric Legacy of Slavery in America as a Root Cause of Health Inequities for African Americans and Post Traumatic Slavery Disorder (PTSD)
    10/23/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - A Crisis of Access to Service: A New Specialty and the Advancement of Prescriptive Authority for Psychologists
    10/23/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - Understanding Mechanisms that are Associated with Increased Health Risks for African Americans
    10/23/2020 Community CE Event - Reconnection: The Sexual Health Needs of Pre-Menopausal Breast Cancer Survivors
    10/23/2020 Community CE Event - Assessing Psychological Impact of Trauma in Victims of Domestic Violence, Violent Crimes, or Human Trafficking
    10/23/2020 SDPA FC INDIVIDUAL COURSE - ¡Que Padre! An Intersectional, Strengths-Based Lens on Research and Practice with New Latino Fathers
    10/23/2020 SDPA FALL CONFERENCE FULL EVENT - Systemic Racism's Bitter Pill: A Closer Look at Health Disparities
    10/16/2020 Community Event - Suicide Therapies That Work
    09/18/2020 SDPA CE Course Webinar - The Emerging Role of Psychologists in the Immigration Field
    09/17/2020 Community CE Event - Integrating Social Ecological Approaches to Adolescent Substance Use in Systems of Care
    07/17/2020 Community Event - CICAMH
    06/26/2020 SDPA CE Event - Leaning Into Masculinity: Applying the New APA Guidelines for the Psychological Practice with Boys and Men
    06/20/2020 SDPA Addictive Disorder Committee - Learn more about CBT for Addictive Behaviors
    06/06/2020 SDPA Member CE Event - Transforming Resistance: Working with the Challenges of Defense & Anxiety to Promote Rapid Therapeutic Change
    04/25/2020 SDPA Member CE Event - Ethical and Practical Considerations for Private Practice
    04/03/2020 SDPA Member Event - Suicide Therapies That Work
    03/21/2020 SDPA CE Event - CANCELED Transgender 101: An Introduction to Treatment and Evaluation of Transgender Clients
    03/14/2020 SDPA Member Event - San Diego Bowen Family Systems Theory Conference
    02/20/2020 SDPA Member Event - DBT and Substance Use Disorders
    12/16/2019 SDPA Member Event - Integrating Measurement Into Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): A Review of Best Practices
    12/06/2019 SDPA Event - Many Voices/One Heart Celebration
    12/06/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Art & Science of Love Couples Workshop
    11/14/2019 Community Event - Serving Our Military and Veteran Clients
    11/13/2019 Community CE Event - Neuropsychology in Transition Conference
    11/08/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Relationships in Conflict
    11/08/2019 Community Event - Tour of SD County Office of Emergency Operations
    10/26/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - San Diego Bowen Family Systems Theory Conference
    10/26/2019 SDPA CE Event - FC Integrating Sexual Health into Clinical Practice
    10/11/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Art & Science of Love Couples Workshop
    09/30/2019 Community CE Event - Navy SEAL Foundation Impact Forum
    09/26/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - AToN Center CE Event
    09/13/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Diversity in Parenting Conference
    08/09/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Art & Science of Love Couples Workshop
    06/20/2019 SDPA CE Event - Global and Diverse Leadership
    06/07/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - This is the Talking Cure
    05/17/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Law & Ethics 2019
    05/10/2019 SDPA Member Event - Superhero Therapy
    05/10/2019 Community CE Event - The Neuroscience of Mindfulness-Based Meditation
    05/06/2019 SDPA Event - An Emerging Framework for Healthcare
    05/05/2019 SDPA CE Event - Reducing Health Disparities in Our Communities
    05/04/2019 SDPA CE Event - Multiple Pathways in Addiction Recovery: How to Respond to Common Challenges
    04/26/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Art & Science of Love Couples Workshop
    04/05/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - You Said What? Becoming a Better Supervisor 2019
    03/29/2019 Community Event - Update of Laws Affecting the Practice of Psychology
    03/23/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - "...something deep...": Emotion, Perception, and Bias in Bowen Theory
    03/22/2019 SDPA Collaborative CE Event - 4th Annual CICAMH
    03/01/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Shamanic Perspectives on Healing
    02/16/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Hold Me Tight Workshop
    02/08/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Healing Power of Symbolic Memory
    02/07/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - Pesso-Boyden System Training
    02/01/2019 SDPA Member CE Event - The Predicted Stages of Growth in Couples
    11/30/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Hidden Life of Families
    11/03/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - The Hold Me Tight Workshop
    10/27/2018 SDPA CE Event - Fall Conference
    10/26/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Law & Ethics 2018
    10/26/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Hold Me Tight For Polyamorous
    10/19/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Transforming Interlocking Relational Trauma
    10/18/2018 Community CE Event - 2018 NLPA Conference
    10/12/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Suicide Therapies That Work
    10/01/2018 Community CE Event - Navy SEAL Foundation Impact Forum
    09/28/2018 Community CE Event - California Sleep Society Educational
    09/22/2018 Community CE Event - Walk to End Alzheimer
    09/14/2018 CPA CE Event - Essentials in Clinical Psychopharmacology for Aging Adults
    09/13/2018 Community CE Event - Early Childhood Mental Health Conference
    09/08/2018 Community CE Event - Seeking Safety
    08/10/2018 Community CE Event - Motivational Interviewing
    08/04/2018 SDPA CE Event - Gender Identity, Culture and Language
    07/28/2018 SDPA CE Event - Integral Marital Therapy
    07/14/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - The Hold Me Tight Workshop
    06/27/2018 Community CE Event - ABPsi International Convention
    06/21/2018 Community CE Event - AACN
    04/28/2018 Community CE Event - #MeTooLGBTQ
    04/25/2018 CPA Convention in San Diego - Looking Forward
    04/04/2018 Community CE Event - Male Victims
    03/30/2018 Community CE Event - Medical & Healthcare Privacy Breach Compliance
    03/24/2018 Community CE Event - Systems Thinking in a Troubled World
    03/23/2018 SDPA CE Event - CICAMH Conference
    03/16/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - Suicide
    03/03/2018 SDPA CE Event - When Gambling Becomes a Problem
    03/02/2018 Community CE Event - Brain Injury Rehabilitation
    02/17/2018 SDPA CE Event - Therapy Quest
    02/10/2018 Community CE Event - The Power of Specificity Theory
    02/10/2018 SDPA Member CE Event - The Hold Me Tight Workshop
    01/20/2018 SDPA CE Event - Media Training
    01/20/2018 Community CE Event - Motivational Interviewing
    01/13/2018 Community CE Event - Treating Borderline Personality Disorder
    11/16/2017 Community CE Event - Applying CBT
    11/15/2017 Community CE Event - ABCT Eating Disorders
    11/14/2017 Community CE Event - Blocks in Addiction
    11/12/2017 SDPA CE Event - Value and Efficacy of Equine Assisted Experiential Modalities
    11/11/2017 SDPA CE Event - Using Mental Imagery
    11/09/2017 SDPA Member CE Event - Sex & Relationships
    11/06/2017 Community CE Event - Navy SEAL Foundation Impact Forum
    11/04/2017 Community CE Event - Child Psychoanalysis
    11/03/2017 Community CE Event - Post Traumatic Growth
    11/03/2017 SDPA Member CE Event - Mindfulness and Relationships
    11/03/2017 Community CE Event - Chronic Adolescent Sexual Abuse
    10/28/2017 Community CE Event - The Hidden Life of Families
    10/28/2017 SDPA Fall Conference - Innovations in Trauma Treatment
    10/14/2017 Community CE Event - Ethics and Risk Management
    10/13/2017 SDPA Member CE Event - MMPI-2
    10/13/2017 Community CE Event - Eating Disorders
    10/13/2017 SDPA Member CE Event - Superhero Therapy
    10/08/2017 Community CE Event - 4th Annual OCPA Convention
    10/07/2017 SDPA CE Event - Being Prepared for the Unexpected
    09/24/2017 Community CE Event - IVAT Summit
    09/17/2017 SDPA CE Event - Dinner Case Conference in Del Mar
    09/14/2017 SDPA CE Event - Being Prepared for the Unexpected
    08/18/2017 Community CE Event - Networking, Presentation, Tour
    08/05/2017 SDPA CE Event - Superhero Therapy
    08/04/2017 Community CE Event - Integrating Mind, Body & DBT
    07/29/2017 SDPA Member CE Event - The Hold Me Tight Workshop


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