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2016

 


 


Program Title: The C's in Caring for Our Children

Contact: Stacie Mullins  304-558-6573  stacie.millins@courtswv.gov

Date, Time & Places:  

July 25 & 26, 2016 Bridgeport Conference Center, Bridgeport, WV

July 28 & 29, 2016 Charleston Marriott, Charleston, WV

Sponsers:  WV Supreme Court, Court Improvement Program

Speaker:
  Various

Notes:  For information on this training event go to www.wvcip.com

Approved for 16 CE hours.      


 


Program Title: 2016 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference - 2nd Date

Contact: Swapna King     304-598-6422  kingsw@wvumedicine.org

Date, Time & Place:  August 5, 2016  9:00 to 4:30 WVU Health Sciences Center, 2500 Foundation Way, Martinsburg, WV

Sponsers:  WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry

Speakers:
  WVU Staff of Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry

Notes:  Topics include:

Depression and Its Treatment - A discussion of the etiology and screening of postpartum depression, its risk factors and its effects on the health of infants. 

LGGBOQQIAAAPPDK?: Providing Care for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth - This presentation will help in understanding sexual and gender minority youth, applying evidenced based practices in their care and how to advocate and provide resources for their treatment needs. 

Panel of Featured Speakers - An interactive panel discussion to allow participants to discuss clinical and practice challenges with child and adolescent psychiatric experts. 

What Parents Want to Know - Discussion to help assist parents of children and adolescents with a developmental disorder, helping to evaluate, diagnose and provide best course of action in treatment approaches. 

Psychopathology on Children's Development - This talk will focus on understanding the effects of parental mental illness and substance abuse on the development and psychiatry outcomes in children.  We will focus on parental substance use and on depression and borderline personality disorder. 

Intersection of Physical and Mental Health - Pediatric psychology is an integrative field focusing on the intersection of pediatric medicine and applied child psychology.  Child practice frequently involves facing issues outside one's specialty track.  This presentation will highlight the most common issues where children's medical and psychological functioning collide. 

Approved for 6.5 CE hours.    


 


Program Title: Trauma Systems Therapy

Contact: Erin Keltner   304-347-9818   ekeltner@kvc.org

Date, Time & Place:  August 5, 2016 - 300 Kenton Drive, Suite 200, Charleston, WV 25311

Sponsers:  KVC West Virginia

Speaker:
  Jennie Storer, Ph.D. & Sara Wyer, MA

Notes:   Objectives include: Increase knowledge about the prevalence and causes of trauma in children, understand how trauma impacts children and their developing brains, learn to assess and reduce trauma triggers, increase ability to identify and intervene with trauma reactions in children, increased ability to assess children who have experienced trauma history, learn to engage families more effectively in trauma treatment, understand the three phases of TST and how they are used , increased ability to assess and manage emotional disregulation in children exposed to trauma, learn how to identify and reduce secondary trauma/compassion fatigue in professionals, and become familiar with how to structure TST within an organization or service system. 

Approved for 10 CE hours.      


 


Program Title: 2016 Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Conference, 3rd Date

Contact: Swapna King     304-598-6422  kingsw@wvumedicine.org

Date, Time & Place:  October 7, 2016  9:00 to 4:30 Beckley, WV

Sponsers:  WVU Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry

Speakers:
  WVU Staff of Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry

Notes:  Topics include:

Depression and Its Treatment - A discussion of the etiology and screening of postpartum depression, its risk factors and its effects on the health of infants. 

LGGBOQQIAAAPPDK?: Providing Care for Sexual and Gender Minority Youth - This presentation will help in understanding sexual and gender minority youth, applying evidenced based practices in their care and how to advocate and provide resources for their treatment needs. 

Panel of Featured Speakers - An interactive panel discussion to allow participants to discuss clinical and practice challenges with child and adolescent psychiatric experts. 

What Parents Want to Know - Discussion to help assist parents of children and adolescents with a developmental disorder, helping to evaluate, diagnose and provide best course of action in treatment approaches. 

Psychopathology on Children's Development - This talk will focus on understanding the effects of parental mental illness and substance abuse on the development and psychiatry outcomes in children.  We will focus on parental substance use and on depression and borderline personality disorder. 

Intersection of Physical and Mental Health - Pediatric psychology is an integrative field focusing on the intersection of pediatric medicine and applied child psychology.  Child practice frequently involves facing issues outside one's specialty track.  This presentation will highlight the most common issues where children's medical and psychological functioning collide. 

Approved for 6.5 CE hours.