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Facilitating Professionally Run Support Groups for Partners in Exploitative Relationships

Instructor: Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT. Therapists: Support groups for clients with disordered partners are incredibly valuable. Groups break their isolation and validate their experience. Learn how to run a safe and healing program.

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How the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Supports Traumatized Clients in Court

Instructor: Karin Huffer, Ph.D., LMFT. Therapists: If your client suffers anxiety, depression or PTSD, and must face the person who likely caused it in court, this federal law may help tremendously. Learn how to refer your client to court administration for accommodations that may improve his or her executive functionality during legal proceedings. 2 credits for psychologists and social workers.

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The Five Step Exit: Tools you need to help clients leave a psychopath, narcissist or other toxic partner

Instructor: Amber Ault, Ph.D., MSW. If your client is in an exploitative or abusive relationship, use this structured, five step model to help him or her escape. In this course, you'll learn to prepare your client to develop a support team, ensure personal safety, and respond appropriately to pushback from the partner. 2 credits for psychologists and social workers.

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Understanding and Recognizing Narcissistic Abuse

Instructor: Tiffany J. Kettermann, LPC, CADCI, MPA, MA. Narcissistic abuse is not the same as domestic violence – but is just as damaging to the victim. You'll learn the cycle of narcissistic abuse, the tactics employed such as love bombing, isolation and gaslighting, and how it all affects the victims. 2 credits for psychologists and social workers.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders – Parts 1, 2, 3, 4

Instructor: Liane J. Leedom, M.D. This four-part webinar explains how environmental factors interact with genetic endowment to promote or inhibit externalizing disorders. You'll learn strategies that parents can use to help their children grow up healthy and happy, even if they were born with a risk for disorder. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Love and Exploitation, Parts 1 and 2
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Instructor: Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT. In this two-part course, you'll learn to identify the warning signs that your client's partner may have antisocial, narcissistic or other personality disorders, and how to offer appropriate support. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Character Disturbances and Disorders, Parts 1 and 2

Instructor: George Simon, Ph.D. If you have clients with personality disorders, what do you do? Traditional insight-oriented approaches don't work. It's time to use therapeutic leverage, address erroneous thinking patterns and encourage here-and-now change. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Love and Exploitation, Part 1: Recognizing the exploitative relationship and its impact on the intimate partner
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Instructor: Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT. Therapists: Does your client's romantic partner "seem too good to be true?" It may be a warning sign of possible antisocial, narcissistic or other personality disorders. In this course, you'll learn to spot the warning signs. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Love and Exploitation, Part 2: Overview of therapeutic strategies for partners in relationships with exploiters
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Instructor: Mary Ann Glynn, LCSW, CHT. Therapists: Learn how disordered individuals seduce their targets, what it means for the relationship, and how to help a client who has been deceived and betrayed. When your clients are in destructive relationships, this course teaches you how to serve them. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Character Disturbances and Disorders, Part 1: Key differences between neurosis and character disturbance

Instructor: George Simon, Ph.D. In classical psychology, emotional and psychological distress is caused by internal conflict, which can eventually manifest as psychoneurotic symptoms. But this model doesn't work for clients who have personality disorders. This webinar offers a different approach. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Character Disturbances and Disorders, Part 2: Effective intervention strategies for character disordered individuals

Instructor: George Simon, Ph.D. Traditional insight-oriented approaches don't work with clients who have character disorders. Dr. George Simon suggests a different approach — addressing erroneous thinking patterns through benign confrontation. In this course, you'll learn how to employ this strategy. 4 credits available for psychologists and social workers upon completion of both parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 1: Disorders of childhood and adulthood

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Externalizing disorders in children, such as ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, and conduct disorder, may be precursors to antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy as adults. Learn how to help parents help their at-risk children. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 2: What genetic research says

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Research into genetics point to a heritability factor for externalizing disorders. What do the data mean for clinical practice, and how should therapists talk to parents about genetics? The answers are in this course. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 3: The effect of the environment

Instructor: Liane J. Leedom, M.D. When a child has inherited a genetic risk for externalizing disorders, the child's environment — including parents, siblings and friends— may determine whether or not these disorders actually develop. Therapists will learn how to assess the genetic and environmental risk that these children face. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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Overcoming Children’s Genetic Risk for Externalizing Disorders, Part 4: Brain systems, social learning and the Inner Triangle

Instructor: Liane J Leedom, M.D. Specific strategies may help children at risk for developing disorders such as ADHD and conduct disorder, and as adults, antisocial personality and psychopathy. This final part teaches how you can help children develop the ability to love, impulse control and moral reasoning. 4 credits for psychologists and social workers upon completion of all 4 parts.

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