Areas of Expertise
Module 28 (2013) Two CE Credits
•Media and Social Networks: New Tools for an Old Problem by Amy Rossmeisl, Nomi-Kaie Bennett, Tiffany Brown, Billy D. Holcombe, Heather Key, Karisma Turner, and Robin Young
Module 27 (2013) One CE Credit
•The Psychology Workforce: Trials, Trends, and Tending the Commons by William N. Robiner, Ph.D., A.B.P.P., L.P., John A. Yozwiak, Ph.D.
Module 26 (2013) Two CE Credits
•Giftedness and Gifted Education: Reconceptualizing the Role of Professional Psychology by Frank C. Worrell, Rena F. Subotnik, Paula Olszewski-Kubilius
Module 25 (2012) One CE Credit/Hour
•The State of Rural Mental Health: Caring and the Community by Jackson Rainer, Ph.D., ABPP
Module 24 (2012) One CE Credit/Hour
•What Psychologists Need to Know About The Impact of Hearing Loss by Samuel Trychin, Ph.D.
Module 23 (2012) One CE Credit/Hour
•Diagnosis and Treatment of Substance Use Disorders in Service Members: Implications for Health Service Psychologists by Vladimir Nacev, Ph.D., ABPP
Module 22 (2012) One CE Credit/Hour
•Intervening During Childhood and Adolescence to Prevent Mental, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders by by Glenace E. Edwall, Ph.D, Psy.D
Module 21 (2012) One CE Credit/Hour
•Why Treat Insomnia and What is CBT-I? by by Michael L. Perlis Ph.D
Module 20 (2011) Two CE Credits/Hours
•The Role of Mental Health Care Providers in the Identification and Early Intervention of Eating- and Weight-related Problems by Denise E. Wilfley, Anna Vannucci, Juliette Iacovino
Module 19 (2010) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Role of Telehealth in Treating Military Personnel by Raymond A. Folen, Ph.D., Stephen L. Jones, MD, Melba C. Stetz, Ph.D., Brenda Edmonds, Psy.D., and Judy Carlson, Ed.D.
Module 18 (2009) One CE Credit/Hour
•Blamed Victims: The Psychological Impact of the Recession on Financial Professionals by Patrick Chitwood, Ph.D., CPA
Module 1 (2009) One CE Credit/Hour
•Hospice and Psychology: The Need and the Opportunities by Rudy V. Nydegger, Ph.D.
Module 2 (2007) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Place of Spirituality in Psychological End of Life Care by Erin L. Moss and Keith Dobson, Ph.D.
Module 3 (2006) One CE Credit/Hour
•Promoting Youth Development by Strengthening Civic Engagement by Lonnie R. Sherrod, Ph.D.
Module 4 (2006) One CE Credit/Hour
•Competency In and With Older Adults by Norman Abeles, Ph.D.
Module 5 (2006) One CE Credit/Hour
•A Model of Service Delivery: Meeting the Behavioral Healthcare Needs of Community Residing Older Adults by Paula Hartman-Stein, Ph.D. and Leslie McClure, Psy.D.
Module 6 (2006) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Triple P System by Matthew R. Sanders, Ph.D. and Ronald J. Prinz, Ph.D.
Module 7 (2005) One CE Credit/Hour
•Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain by Beverly E. Thorn, Ph.D.
Module 8 (2005) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Neurophysiology of Pain: Where Brain and Mind Meet by Kathleen S. Brown, Ph.D.
Module 9 (2005) One CE Credit/Hour
•Intimate Relationships, Psychological Abuse and Mental Health Problems by Linda Berg-Cross, Ph.D.
Module 10 (2004) One CE Credit/Hour
•Disaster Psychology by Susan Hamilton, Ph.D.
Module 11 (2004) Two CE Credits/Hours
•Alzeimer’s Caregiving in Rural Communities: Can Telehealth Help? by Robert L. Glueckauf, Ph.D.
•Empirically Supported Treatments (ESTs): Context, Consensus, and Controversy by John C. Norcross, Ph.D.
Module 12 (2002) One CE Credit/Hour
•Psychotherapy Integration 101 by George Stricker, Ph.D.
•Caring for Ourselves as Psychologists by Ellen K. Baker, Ph.D.
•Children's Mental Health Needs and School Psychology by Laura Barbanel, Ed.D.
Module 13 (2002) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Helper’s Power to Heal and To Be Hurt, Or Helped, By Trying by B. Hudnall Stamm, Ph.D., E. M. Varra, Ph.D., L. A. Pearlman, Ph.D. & E. Giller, M.A.
•Managing Risk in a University Training Clinic by Jean Spruill, Ph.D.
•Fieldnotes from the Interface by Scott Meit, Psy.D. and Van Yasek, Ph.D.
•Finding Evidence for Cautious Optimism in Clinicians’ Judgement of Older Adult Patients with Character Pathology by George Stricker, Ph.D., and Jennifer Hillman, Ph.D.
Module 14 (2002) One CE Credit/Hour
•Trends in Telehealth by Morgan T. Sammons, Ph.D.
•An Introduction to Executive Coaching by Mary Kralj, Ph.D.
•In the Aftermath by Kathie G. Larsen, Ph.D.
Module 15 (2001) One CE Credit/Hour in Ethics and Legal Issues
•Who is a Client or Patient? by Erica H. Wise, Ph.D
•Addressing Ageism in Elderly Sexuality by Jennifer Hillman, Ph.D.
•Practicing Psychotherapy on the Internet by Marlene M. Maheu, Ph.D.
Module 16 (2001) One CE Credit/Hour
•Treatment of Serious Mental Disorders by Lawrence Mark Perlman, Ph.D.
•Another View of Empirically Supported Techniques by George Stricker, Ph.D., Adelphi University
•Fiddling While Psychology Burns? by Peter E. Nathan, Ph.D.
Module 17 (2000) One CE Credit/Hour
•The Face of 2010: A Delphi Poll on the Future of Psychotherapy by John C. Norcross, Ph.D., Melissa Hedges, B.S., and James O. Prochaska