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Continuing Education

Collective Care Clinic (CCC), in collaboration with Portland Anxiety Clinic (PAC), offers virtual continuing education events for psychologists and other mental health professionals on a variety of topics relevant to professional practice, including evidence-based practice, ethics, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

CCC is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CCC maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.

To join our CE listserv for announcements about upcoming trainings, please email:

DrAllisonBrandt@PortlandAnxietyClinic.com

 

Upcoming CE Trainings:


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pediatric Pain
Fri, Jun 23, 2023
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT
2 Hours of CEU

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Description

This workshop will provide an introduction and overview of pain management among children and adolescents. Dr. Brandt will review common pediatric pain etiologies, co-morbidities, negative sequelae, and maintenance factors, as well as evidence-based cognitive-behavioral interventions for the management of acute and chronic pediatric pain.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Describe incidence and impact of pediatric pain
  • Recognize the key role of psychological factors in pediatric pain
  • List main components of CBT for pediatric pain

 

Registration Fee

Professional: $50

Student: $25 (discount code: STUDENT)

Speaker

Allison Brandt, PhD

Dr. Brandt is a licensed psychologist and Director of Youth & Family Services at Portland Anxiety Clinic. She specializes in pediatric psychology, parenting, and family-based treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Formerly a tenured Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University, Dr. Brandt has taught in a variety of clinical areas, published numerous research articles and book chapters, and regularly presents at national and international conferences. She also provides outreach in the community and services on the Oregon Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee.


Exposure and Response Prevention for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Fri, Jul 21, 2023
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT
2 Hours of CEU

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Description

This presentation will provide an intro to OCD, with emphasis on the gold standard of treatment: Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). In addition to neurobiology of OCD, Dr. Brandt will discuss assessment and diagnosis, then review the basics of ERP, including providing psychoeducation, creating a hierarchy, and common ERP missteps.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize OCD symptoms
  • Describe the OCD cycle
  • Distinguish between imaginal and in-vivo exposures

 

Registration Fee

Professional: $50

Student: $25 (discount code: STUDENT)

Speaker

Allison Brandt, PhD

Dr. Brandt is a licensed psychologist and Director of Youth & Family Services at Portland Anxiety Clinic. She specializes in pediatric psychology, parenting, and family-based treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Formerly a tenured Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University, Dr. Brandt has taught in a variety of clinical areas, published numerous research articles and book chapters, and regularly presents at national and international conferences. She also provides outreach in the community and services on the Oregon Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee.


Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
Fri, Aug 18, 2023
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM PDT
2 Hours of CEU

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Description

During this interactive presentation, Dr. Brandt will review common ethical issues that arise in clinical supervision. Best practices for preventing and resolving ethical issues in the supervisory relationship will be discussed.

 
Learning Objectives

  • Identify common ethical dilemmas in clinical supervision
  • List sections of the APA Ethical Code relevant to clinical supervision
  • Discuss strategies for preventing and resolving ethical issues in the supervisory relationship

 

Registration Fee

Professional: $50

Student: $25 (discount code: STUDENT)

Speaker

Allison Brandt, PhD

Dr. Brandt is a licensed psychologist and Director of Youth & Family Services at Portland Anxiety Clinic. She specializes in pediatric psychology, parenting, and family-based treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Formerly a tenured Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology at Pacific University, Dr. Brandt has taught in a variety of clinical areas, published numerous research articles and book chapters, and regularly presents at national and international conferences. She also provides outreach in the community and services on the Oregon Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee.


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