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Culturally Adapted CBT with African Americans

Title:
Culturally Adapted CBT with African American
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Janeé M. Steele, PhD
Description:
Dr. Janee Steele, LPC presents on CBT Approach to Internalized Racism Among African Americans. During this 1-hour CE, counselors will review research on the use of CBT with African Americans and the impact of internalized racism on the mental health of African Americans. This CE provides professional counselors with information to better understand the lived experiences of African Americans, historical influences of internalized racism, and strategies to inform how counselors can best serve African Americans with the use of culturally adapted CBT interventions.
Learning Objectives:
1.Demonstrate a basic understanding of the cognitive behavioral therapy approach to internalized racism among African Americans including the cognitive conceptualization and treatment planning
2.Summarize the impact of internalized racism on the mental health of African Americans.
3.Discuss the cognitive-developmental model of internalized racism and implications of social justice advocacy as described by Dr. Janee Steele.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
July 01, 2022
Video-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$29.00
$49.00
$49.00
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Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety

Title:
Culturally Adapted Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
Authors:
Sarah A. Silveus, PhD, LPC; Michael K. Schmit, PhD, LPC; Joy Teles Oliveira, PhD; and Lindsey E. Hughes, LPC
Description:
As the cultural diversity in the United States increases, so do the repeated calls for culturally responsive treatments for minority groups (Silveius et al., 2023). Culturally adapted forms of CBT (CA-CBT), as indicated by Silveius et al. (2023), have emerged as one of the most common culturally adapted psychotherapies and have been shown to be effective in treating depression and anxiety in individuals from different racial and/or ethnic minority groups, nationalities, religious affiliations, and genders. This meta-analysis evaluates the efficacy of culturally adapted CBT on depression and anxiety outcomes. It is the only comprehensive study examining the effectiveness of culturally adapted forms of CBT for anxiety and depression treatment.
Learning Objectives:
1.Understand the effectiveness of culturally adapted cognitive behavioral therapy (CA-CBT) on reducing depression and anxiety severity when compared to active alternative treatments.
2.Comprehend implications for counselor practice when providing treatment to culturally diverse populations.
3.Recognize limitations and research implications.
CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
April 01, 2024
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$0.00
$42.00
$42.00
Available for Immediate Download

Effectiveness of TF-CBT with Sex Trafficking Victims

Title:
Effectiveness of TF-CBT with Sex Trafficking Victims in a Secure Post-adjudication Facility
/Author(s):
Claudia Schmidt, MS; A. Stephen Lenz, PhD; and Marvarene Oliver, EdD
Description:
Children who are victims of sex trafficking are at risk for developing chronic mental health needs, with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression being the most common diagnoses reported amongst domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST). And while there are depictions of treatment effects for TF-CBT as an intervention for children who have been victims of sex trafficking, Schmidt et al. (2021) stated there is little research for reference for counselors working in DMST facilities in the United States. Moreover, there is a need to identify not just the impact of treatment on PTSD symptoms, but also the course of treatment effects and perceptions of related processes (Schmidt et al.). This mixed-method study addresses those needs and provides counselors who register for this continuing education with implications for use of TF-CBT with victims of DMST.
Learning Objectives:
1.Understand the course and degree of treatment effect for trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) for decreasing symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among adjudicated girls who are victims of domestic minor sex trafficking (DMST).
2.Comprehend the DMST victims’ perceptions of the impact associated with the treatment and their lived experiences while participating in TF-CBT.
3.Know implications for use of TF-CBT with victims of DMST.
CE Credit(s):
1.5 NBCC Hours; 1.5 (CRC and CVE) CRCC Hours; 1.5 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 1.5 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
February 01, 2024
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1.5
$32.00
$52.00
$52.00
Available for Immediate Download

Efficacy of Dialectical Behavior Therapy Among Adolescents

Title:
Efficacy of Dialectical Behavior Therapy Among Adolescents in a Partial Hospitalization Program
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
A. Stephen Lenz, PhD and Garry Del Conte PsyD
Description:
This study evaluated dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents (DBT-A) versus treatment-as-usual (TAU) within a 6-week partial hospitalization program. The 103 adolescent participants (M age = 15.27 years) were predominately girls (n = 63; 61%) with a variety of primary mental health diagnoses. Results indicated that DBT-A was superior for decreasing symptoms of depression and interpersonal sensitivity, but no statistically significant difference was detected for anxiety or hostility. Implications for treating youth with transdiagnostic identities are discussed.
Learning Objectives:
1.Explore how dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) can be applied with adolescents in a partial hospitalization program
2.Examine strategies for treating youth with transdiagnostic identities

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
December 27, 2017
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$22.00
$42.00
$42.00
Available for Immediate Download

Preliminary Evidence for the Effectiveness of Dialectical

Title:
Preliminary Evidence for the Effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents
Presenter(s)/Author(s):
Karen Michelle Hunnicutt Hollenbaugh, PhD; A. Stephen Lenz, PhD
Description:
This meta-analysis evaluated the effectiveness of DBT for adolescents (DBT-A) in reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety, self-injury, and suicide risk. Twelve between-groups studies (N = 834) were chosen that met our inclusion criteria. Results revealed small to medium Hedge’s g effect sizes for all four symptoms compared to control and alternative treatment groups. However, the small number of effect sizes available for each analysis limited the generalizability of our findings. Implications and suggestions for future research are discussed.
Learning Objectives:
1.Examine the effectiveness of dialectical behavior therapy for adolescents (DBT-A) in reducing diagnostic symptoms.
2.Explore advantages and strategies for implementing DBT-A in a variety of settings for youth with significant mental health issues.

CE Credit(s):
1 NBCC Hours; 0 CRCC Hours; 1 WA Hours; 0 APT Hours; 0 NAADAC Hours; 0 NY Hours; 0 Ethics Hours
NBCC ACEP No. 1000
December 27, 2017
Text-Based Continuing Education Product
1
$22.00
$42.00
$42.00
Available for Immediate Download