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    • August 07, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (MDT)
    • Zoom
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    The Utah Psychological Association 
    Presents:

    A Practical Guide to the Ethics and Practice of Telepsychology and Teleneuropsychology During COVID-19

    Presented by Dustin Hammers, Ph.D.

    This will occur via live-stream with Zoom and you will be sent a link to join the webinar. The webinar begins at 9:00 A.M.

    Presentation:  9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. 

    2.0 CE Hours

    Overview: 

    In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there is a pressing need for psychology and neuropsychology to apply tele-communication technologies to deliver services to patients unable to attend in-person appointments. Encouragingly, new evidence is emerging to support development of novel models of psychological and neuropsychology service delivery remotely. This webinar will illustrate the many opportunities and challenges of Telepsychology (TelePsy) and Teleneuropsychology(TeleNP) assessment, including focusing on ethical/legal issues during service provision as well as addressing practical needs for providers attempting service delivery remotely.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Describe the evidence base and strengths/weaknesses supporting TelePsy and TeleNP procedures and models
    2. Analyze the potential feasibility of tele-communication procedures within their own professional settings,
    3. Assess key legal and ethical considerations when providing TelePsy or TeleNP services.

    Presenter Biography: 

    Dustin Hammers is an associate professor and board certified clinical neuropsychologist in the Department of Neurology at the University of Utah. In addition to a past Clinical Director role, he has extensive experience working with patients who have concerns of dementia. Additionally, he has been leading the University of Utah’s teleneuropsychology program for the past five years, which provides outpatient neuropsychology services to those underserved in the Intermountain West through a contract with St. Johns Hospital in Jackson, Wyoming. Related to his teleneuropsychology work, he is the past-Chair of APA’s Committee on Rural Health, which is a leading advocate for identifying and overcoming barriers that rural and frontier populations face when seeking out mental and behavioral health services. He has also become a leading expert in teleneuropsychology service provision during the COVID-19 outbreak, including providing lectures at the national and international levels to psychologists and neuropsychologists on the topic. His research has included examining rates of teleneuropsychology service provision, evaluating diagnostic consistency between neuropsychological and imaging data in an effort to improve diagnostic accuracy, assessing cognitive change over time using reliable change methodology, and identifying cognitive predictors of enrollment in Alzheimer’s Disease clinical drug trials.

    Registration Rates:

    Members: $42
    Non-members: $75
    Students: $5

    How to register:

    Online: visit www.utpsych.org

    Telephone: Call Teresa Bruce at 801-410-0337

    Not a member of UPA? Please consider joining. UPA has historically helped define the role of psychology in Utah and continues to play a strong role in making sure that psychologist have a voice in State legislation, licensing changes, and scope of practice. There are some very real challenges over the next several years that will require the support of as many psychologists as possible. Please visit www.utpsych.org or call (801) 410-0337 to join.   

    • October 02, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (MDT)
    • Live-Stream Webinar
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    The Utah Psychological Association 
    Presents:

    CBT for Insomnia

    Presented by Lori Neeleman, PhD, DBSM

    Live-stream Seminar

    Registration: 8:30 A.M.
    Presentation:  9:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. 

    6.0 CE Hours

    Overview: 

    Sleep disturbance and insomnia specifically is a common condition and known to co-occur with several mental and physical health conditions including depression and suicide, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, chronic pain, cancer and its treatment, cardiovascular disease, and dementia. Historically, insomnia was most often considered a symptom of a co-occurring condition and assumed to resolve with the co-occurring condition, treated with medication, or ignored. Research over the last 20 years has provided strong support for treating insomnia as a comorbid condition to improve not only sleep disturbance and quality of life but mental health conditions as well. Despite strong evidence for the effectiveness of CBT-I, most people with insomnia aren’t offered this treatment due to a lack of awareness and a lack of trained providers. This presentation will provide training in the basics of sleep and the delivery of CBT-I with the goal of preparing the attendee to implement this effective treatment in their practice.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Outline the core components of sleep science relevant to treating insomnia with cognitive behavioral strategies including the 2 process model of sleep regulation, sleep architecture, wake and sleep promoting neurotransmitters, and primary sleep disorders.
    2. Discuss the relationship between sleep and age, mental and physical health conditions, and commonly used medications.
    3. Summarize the literature for the effectiveness of CBT-I in treating insomnia singly and as a comorbid condition.
    4. Understand the 3-P model of insomnia and how the CBT-I treatment components effectively address perpetuating factors that sustain chronic insomnia.
    5. Develop skills relevant to delivery of CBT-I including familiarity with assessment tools and effective use of a sleep diary, stimulus control, sleep restriction, relaxation, sleep hygiene, and cognitive restructuring.
    6. Summarize contraindications and potential risks associated with implementation of CBT-I and potential modifications for special populations.

    Presenter Biography: 

    Lori Neeleman, PhD, DBSM is a licensed clinical psychologist with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine through the American Board of Sleep Medicine and the Board of Behavioral Sleep Medicine. She completed her undergraduate education at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah in psychology with an emphasis in health psychology and psychobiology. Dr. Neeleman completed her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at Brigham Young University and her predoctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at St. Mary’s Children and Family Services in Syosset, NY.

    Dr. Neeleman is one of the few clinical psychologists in Utah with board certification in behavioral sleep medicine. She has expertise in providing cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, the recommended first line treatment for insomnia by the American College of Physicians and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. Dr. Neeleman provides consultation, education, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for a full range of sleep problems including:

    • Insomnia
    • Circadian Rhythm Sleep Wake Disorders
    • Intolerance of pap therapy for sleep disordered breathing
    • Discontinuing or reducing the use of sleep medication
    • Nightmares
    • Behaviors during sleep (e.g., sleep walking, talking, eating)
    • Sleep disturbance in the context of depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood instability, substance use, chronic pain.
    • Sleep across the life span
    • Sleep optimization to improve performance
    • Sleep disturbance due to shift work or frequent travel.

    Dr. Neeleman practices behavioral sleep medicine at the Intermountain Sleep Centers. For more information, call 801-314-2400 (TOSH) or 801-408-3617 (LDSH).

    Registration Rates:

    UPA Members

    • UPA Members on or before early Bird Deadline of one week prior to the event: $125

    • After Early Bird Deadline: $150

    Non-members:

    • Non UPA Members on or before Early Bird Deadline of one week prior to the event: $225

    • After Early Bird Deadline: $250

    Students:

    • Student members: $15

    • Non-member students: $45

    Location:

    Live-stream seminar

    How to register:

    Online: visit www.utpsych.org

    Telephone: Call Teresa Bruce at 801-410-0337

    Mail:

    Mail check to
    Utah Psychological Association
    5442 South 900 East, Ste. 512
    Salt Lake City, UT  84117

    On-site: Day of event, registration begins at 8:30 AM

    Cancellations with full refund accepted one week prior to the event.

    Disability requests must be made 7 days in advance

    Not a member of UPA? Please consider joining. UPA has historically helped define the role of psychology in Utah and continues to play a strong role in making sure that psychologist have a voice in State legislation, licensing changes, and scope of practice. There are some very real challenges over the next several years that will require the support of as many psychologists as possible. Please visit www.utpsych.org or call (801) 410-0337 to join. 

     

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July 17, 2020 PTSD Treatment, and Related Ethical Dilemmas, in the Time of COVID-19
June 26, 2020 Trauma, Loss, and Traumatic Growth: Applying Conservation of Resources Theory through Social-Environmental and Behavioral Intervention
April 17, 2020 How to Rise Above the Ethical Demands of Utah Psychologists: Frank Rees, PhD
April 10, 2020 Free webinar: Preventing Suicide through Motivational Interviewing this Friday from 10a (MDT) to 11a
March 20, 2020 Pragmatics of Telepsychology Practice in the Age of COVID-19
February 21, 2020 Best Practices in Forensic Psychology: Testifying in Court/Related Case Law
January 24, 2020 Suicide Prevention Training: An Update on Assessment, Intervention, & Postvention
December 13, 2019 UPA Holiday Party
October 23, 2019 Creating & Getting the Most out of Clinical Supervision
June 15, 2019 Early Career Psychology Hike
June 14, 2019 UPA Board Retreat
June 07, 2019 The Trust Risk Management Workshop
April 12, 2019 Non-pharmacological Interventions in Pain Management: Psychology's Answer to the Opioid Crisis
April 12, 2019 Motivational Interviewing. Presented by Denise Lash, PhD
February 22, 2019 Don't Be Afraid of the Lawyer: A Clinician's Guide to Divorce, Subpoenas, Court, and All of the Those Things that Keep You Up at Night.
January 25, 2019 Concussion: From the CDC to CTE: Presented by Dr. Anne Russo and special guest Dallas Davis, former football linebacker
December 07, 2018 UPA Member and Guest Holiday Party
November 02, 2018 Eating Disorders: What Every Clinician Needs to Know by Eating Disorders presented by Dr. Lindsey Riccardi
September 28, 2018 UPA CE Presents: Aging: Biopsychosocial Perspectives
September 08, 2018 Take a Hike with UPA Early Career Psychologist Committee (ECP)
May 04, 2018 Ethics by Dr. Michael Donner
April 20, 2018 The Management of Anxiety, Insomnia, Depression and Pain with Electrons: A Brief Primer on Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) and Microcurrent Electrical Therapy (MET)
February 28, 2018 Sexual Addiction – Assessment and Treatment
February 23, 2018 Cross Cultural Mental Healthcare of Non-Binary and Transgender Adults
January 26, 2018 Psychopharmacology Update for Clinicians: What’s new in 2018
September 29, 2017 Psychological Practice Sequence VII: Working with Couples and Families, Risk Management with the Suicidal Patient, and Legal and Ethical Issues presented by Retirement
June 23, 2017 UPA Retreat
May 12, 2017 Utah Psychological Association Annual Meeting
May 12, 2017 HIPAA Compliance 2017
May 08, 2017 EPPP Overview and Panel
April 10, 2017 Don’t forget about sleep: Incorporating assessment and treatment of sleep into busy practices
March 24, 2017 Moving Through Swamps: Didactics and Experiences in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
March 13, 2017 Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Programs
March 10, 2017 Concussion and Post-Concussion Syndrome – Overview and Management by Dr. Angela Eastvold
February 17, 2017 Eating Disorders. Presented by Dr. Lindsey Ricciardi
February 13, 2017 Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy
January 09, 2017 Professional Wills
December 12, 2016 How the Legislative Session Affects You
December 09, 2016 UPA Member and Guest Holiday Party
November 14, 2016 PSYPACT
November 04, 2016 Brain Injury Alliance of Utah Annual Family & Professionals Conference 2016
October 14, 2016 Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders Using the ADOS-2
October 10, 2016 Basics of Telepsychology Practice
September 16, 2016 Ethics Update
September 12, 2016 Effects of Stress on the Brain
June 03, 2016 Prolonged Exposure for the Treatment of PTSD
May 06, 2016 Surviving & Thriving as Psychologists: Empathic Distress and Wellbeing
April 15, 2016 Causes and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction
March 18, 2016 Psychopharmacology Update
January 22, 2016 Resilience & Executive Functioning: Are They Evidence Based Concepts?
November 13, 2015 Telepsychology: Use of Technology in Supervision and Service Delivery
October 16, 2015 Webinar: EPPP Overview
September 25, 2015 Ethics and Risk Management in the Age of the Affordable Care Act: Everything You Didn’t Want to Know and Were Afraid to Ask!
August 22, 2015 Webinar: Culturally Competent Supervision
July 10, 2015 Webinar: Informed Consent and Confidentiality & its Exceptions: An Overview for Utah Psychologists
June 13, 2015 Webinar: Understanding the Impact of Microaggressions in Different Psychological Settings
June 01, 2015 Consultation Group Social
May 28, 2015 Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards
May 15, 2015 ICD Diagnosis and DSM Changes: The New Horizon
May 06, 2015 Consultation Group Social
April 10, 2015 Early Career Psychologist Event: Painting with a Twist
March 13, 2015 Behavioral Sleep Medicine
February 13, 2015 Webinar on Insurance Panels and Billing
January 23, 2015 Continuing Education: Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Suicidality
address: 5442 South 900 East, Suite 512, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 | phone: (801) 410-0337 | emailutahpsych@gmail.com
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