Live Webinar Schedule
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What’s love got to do with it? Working with women who have experienced intimate partner violence
Presenter: J. Gayle Beck, Ph.D. is the Lillian and Morrie Moss Chair of Excellence in Psychology at the University of Memphis. She earned her A.B. at Brown University and her Ph.D. at the State University of New York at Albany. Professor Beck has published widely on the topics of sexual dysfunction, panic, generalized anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, co-morbidity among mental disorders, and the role of cognitive and emotional processes in psychological distress. Dr. Beck’s current research focuses on mental health issues following trauma exposure, with particular emphasis on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Much of her funded work (since arriving at the University of Memphis) has focused on refining treatments for chronic PTSD and disseminating training materials to underfunded agencies that serve trauma survivors. She heads up the Athena Project at the University of Memphis, a research clinic that provides free assessment and treatment services to women who have experienced intimate partner violence and abuse. Additionally, Dr. Beck is active locally and nationally with her field. She is the Past President of the Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12) of the American Psychological Association and a Past-President of the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. She is the past Editor-in-Chief of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice and Behavior Therapy and serves on numerous editorial boards. Dr. Beck is a fellow of the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, and the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Her career has been guided by the belief that empirically-grounded understanding of maintaining factors for emotional disorders can inform and improve treatments. Overview: This webinar will begin with a definition of IPV, including current prevalence statistics. The presenter will discuss specific aspects of the process through which intimate relationships can become violent and abusive. Specific evidence-based intervention approaches will be mapped onto these processes, to help attendees use a trauma-informed approach with this population. Learning Objectives:
- Define IPV and summarize current understanding of intimate partner violence as applies to women, including prevalence statistics.
- Describe how intimate relationships can become violent and abusive.
- List specific evidence-based intervention approaches for this vulnerable population.
CE Credits Available: 1
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Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration, A Case Example: Alcohol as a Vital Sign
Panelists: Drs. Andrew Bertagnolli, Thekla Ross and Stacey Sterling Overview: The content of this webinar was derived from a published review of studies focusing on behavioral health integration in primary care and a large-scale alcohol screening and brief intervention study at Kaiser Permanente Northern California. This webinar will describe the pillars and pearls of primary care behavioral health integration as well as implementation strategies to effectively embed an evidence-based practice like alcohol screening and intervention in primary care. Objectives:
- Describe the primary care behavioral health model
- Summarize the pillars and pearls of behavioral health integration
- Provide evidenced based background for alcohol screening and intervention in primary care
- Describe real world implementation tips and tools from published Alcohol as a Vital Sign study
CE Credits Available: 1