Upcoming events

    • 16 Oct 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 6:30 PM (CDT)
    • online



    VIRTUAL FOLLOWUP TO OUR CPA WISCONSIN KICKOFF!

    Our afternoon will start with a continuation of meet and greet, sharing more about ourselves and our practices.

    If you wish to register to attend this free get-together, please register. Registration is open now.  Last date to register is Sept. 16th.

    Learn more about this event here.  Register for this event here. 

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    • 19 Oct 2020
    • 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM (CDT)
    • Zoom Webinar
    • 100

    Presented by:  Dr. Gerald Crete

    When:  October, 19th 4:00 - 5:15pm Central Standard Time (US and Canada)

    What: Healing Trauma and Addiction through Secure Attachment with God and Others

    Webinar Description: 

    Trauma may lead to isolation form God and other s. Dr. Crete not only exposes the connection between trauma and addictive behavior, but outlines how to resolve past wounds in healthy ways. Discover the primary conditions that help people realize their self worth, regulate emotions more effectively, and create healthy attachments bonds.

    Join Dr. Crete for this free webinar here




    • 23 Oct 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM (CDT)
    • Zoom Webinar
    • 76
    Register

    Presented by:  Anthony Isacco, Ph.D., Eric Gudan, PsyDTimothy G. Lock, Ph.D. , Christina Lynch, Psy.D.Mark Glafke, PhD, HSPP, Shannon D. Mullen, Ph.D. CSAT 

    When:  October, 23rd 9:00 AM - 12:15pm Central Standard Time (US and Canada)

    Who: Psychological Evaluations of Seminary Applicants: Moving from Common to Best Practices 

    Cost: $30 for CPA Members, $60 for Non-members, $15 for Students/Clergy Members

    CE Credit: 3 CE hours are available for $20 here. This is a separate purchase. 

    Webinar Description: 

    The psychological assessment of applicants to the seminary is a specialty clinical practice. Thus, on-going training is needed to exhibit the needed competencies to be a psychological expert in assessment for the Catholic Church. This webinar is intended to provide foundational knowledge of important church documents and language relevant to the assessment process. The webinar will review the common report structures, psychological tests, and interview questions used in seminarian assessments.  Instruction on how to translate gathered test data into relevant, meaningful recommendations for various audiences (Church representative, formation faculty, applicant, another mental health professional) will be provided. Finally, a primary goal of the webinar is to advance the professional knowledge from common to best practices.


    Learning Objectives:

    1. Applying guidelines from the professional psychological literature and relevant church documents to properly construct a culturally-competent psychological assessment for application top the catholic seminary  
    2. Identify variations in psychological reports that hinder an effective communication of results and recommendations.
    3. Adapt best practices in test selection, report structure, and recommendations of seminary assessments that are congruent with the stated goals and audiences.

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    • (EDT)
    • San Diego/Mission Valley



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