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2018 Mid-Winter Workshop - Motivation Interviewing

Featuring Motivational Interviewing Network of Speakers Member - Dr. Heather Austin

Date:  2/17/2018

Location:  Tutwiler Hotel - Birmingham, AL

6 Continuing Education Credits

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PROGRAM TOPIC: ADHD UPDATE: Who Outgrows ADHD? 

FORMAT: 1 hour lecture

CE CREDITS AVAILABLE:   1

Presenter: Dale Wisely, Ph.D.  

SUMMARY:In this update on recent ADHD research, we learn that prospective studies suggest that some children with ADHD do "outgrow" it, and some data suggest different characteristics among children with ADHD that may predict whether the disorder does or doesn't persist into adulthood.  The update reviews the research and clinical implications. 

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PROGRAM TOPIC: Suicide Update (2015) 

FORMAT: 1 hour lecture

CE CREDITS AVAILABLE:   1

Cost:  $15.00 for members/$25.00 for non-members

PresenterDale Wisely, Ph.D.  

SUMMARYSuicide prevention is almost always a part of the work of professionals engaged in mental health clinical work. This one-hour video presentation is not intended to serve as training on evaluation and treatment of suicidal patients. It provides an update on suicide rates, including key demographic data, in the last ten years, which reveal significant increases in suicide among middle-aged Americans (and stable rates in the young and the elderly). In addition, presenter Dale Wisely, Ph.D., will provide a basic summary of a interpersonal theory of why people die by suicide, proposed by Thomas Joiner, 

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PROGRAM TOPIC: Sleep Deprivation in Teens:  Burning More than the Midnight Oil  (3 CE Hours)

FORMAT: Video (90 minutes), independent reading (90 minutes)

CE CREDITS AVAILABLE:   3

Cost:  $60 for members / $75.00 for non-members

Presenter: Mary Halsey Maddox, M.D.  (Video)
Reading:  PEDIATRICS Volume 134, Number 3, September 2014.

SUMMARY: Dr. Maddox presents a lecture on the purpose of sleep /sleep requirements, reality of sleep in today’s teens and the consequences of sleep deprivation. The required article from PEDIATRICS will further expound on these issues.Chronic sleep loss and associated sleepiness and daytime impairments in adolescence are a serious threat to their academic success, health, and safety. Understanding the extent and potential short- and long-term consequences of sleep deprivation is essential to get health care for this population, and has significant implications for public health policy. This activity reviews the current literature on sleep patterns in adolescents, factors contributing to chronic sleep loss (ie, electronic media use, caffeine consumption), and health-related consequences, such as depression, increased obesity risk, and higher rates of drowsy driving accidents. The report also discusses the potential role of later school start times as a means of reducing adolescent sleepiness.

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2/17/2018
Motivational Interviewing

Alabama Psychological Association
P. O. Box 97
Montgomery, AL 36101
Phone: 334-262-8245
Fax: 334-460-8330