This workshop reviews common paths that lead children into violence toward others and toward themselves. Psychosocial, somatic and pharmacologic treatment approaches are compassionately and realistically explored. Potential development of psychopathology, irritability, and psychosis are discussed, as well as environmental and biological links to Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs). Parental discipline strategies and substance abuse, as distinct influential factors, are also integrated into this discussion. The “duty to warn” (Tarasoff v. Regents), as a clinical obligation, will be reviewed. Attendees are encouraged to bring clinical examples of violence issues for discussion.
Includes One Hour of Ethics
This event will be REPEATED on the Snow Date: January 24, 2018. Registration is OPEN!
The Masters Series in Mental Health is a 5 part series taught by Kim Masters, MD, a Harvard trained, innovative Psychiatrist with more than 40 years of experience in providing compassionate, individualized care to children, adolescents and adults. Clinical mental health providers will find his 3-hour seminars to be insightful and empowering. Practical, evidence-based skills are offered, to enhance and enliven any mental health practice, with a breath of fresh air. Dr. Masters gracefully presents a variety of mental health topics, designed to improve understanding, initiate dialogue among practitioners, promote compassionate care, enhance expertise, and optimize well-being. A true master in the art and science of psychiatry, Dr. Masters has been providing "whole person care" for more than four decades.
The links below explore more topics offered in this series.
02/14/18 Masters Series – Conversion Disorder and other Somatoform Disorders: Historical Context, Diagnostic Features, and Current Treatment
03/14/18 Masters Series – Autism Spectrum and Related Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment throughout the Life Span
04/18/18 Masters Series – How to Complete a Psychiatric Mental Status Exam: Clues to Psychopathology
*Receive discounted registration fees when registering and paying for four sessions at the same time
Your target audience will consist of mental health professionals including substance abuse counselors, social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, school counselors and other professionals interested in this subject.
- List circumstances which adversely impact childhood development and may inadvertently steer children into repetitive patterns of violence
- Describe how parental discipline and substance abuse may influence the development of pathology, and explore early intervention strategies that may increase positive outcomes
- Discuss ethical considerations and the mandated “duty to warn,” using realistic examples of violence, based on clinical practice
Full Series/ Single Session
The Masters Series in Mental Health - ENTIRE SERIES (I would like to register/pay for four sessions)
1/17 1:00 PM–4:15 PM
The Masters Series in Mental Health - Childhood Disorders: Path to Violence
1/17 1:00 PM–4:15 PM
3.000 Contact Hours
3.000 NBCC Hours
3.000 Contact Hours (category A) CE for NC Psychologists
15.000 Contact Hours (category A) CE for NC Psychologists
15.000 Contact Hours
15.000 NBCC Hours