The Community Parent Education Program: A Group-based, Family Systems-Oriented Workshop for Parents of Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders

Charles E. Cunningham, Ph.D., McMaster University

Dr. Cunningham describes the research supporting parent training programs for parents of children with disruptive behavior problems. He also describes each session of the COPE program and models example sessions.

7 CE Credits

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Evidence-Based Pharmacological Approaches to Treating ADHD in Children and Adolescents

James Waxmonsky, M.D., Florida International University

In this overview, Dr. James Waxmonsky provides an overview of the most commonly used medications for ADHD. Dr. Waxmonsky also discusses the short-term benefits of medication and ways to optimize medication. Lastly, he also describes the risks and benefits of each type of medication. 

1 CE Credit

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Evidence-Based Psychosocial and Combined Approaches to Treating ADHD in Children and Adolescents

William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph.D., ABPP, Florida International University

In this overview, Dr. William Pelham provides an overview of psychosocial and combined treatment approaches for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children. He provides a review of the research supporting the combined and psychosocial approaches to treatment and discusses directions for future research.

1 CE Credit

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Time Out from Positive Reinforcement for Children with ADHD

Gregory Fabiano, Ph.D., University at Buffalo

Overview of workshop: Dr. Fabiano discusses the history and evidence-base for time out from positive reinforcement. He also discusses various considerations for establishing a time-out procedure and how to trouble-shoot the procedure. Videos and case-examples are also presented.

2 CE Credits

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School-Based Behavioral and Academic Strategies for Students with ADHD

George J. DuPaul, Ph.D, Lehigh University

In this overview, this workshop is a 4-part resource that will first provide an overview of school-based interventions. Next, Dr. DuPaul will provide examples of school based interventions and will work through case examples. Finally, progress monitoring, data-based decision making, and special education will be covered.

5 CE Credits

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Multimodal Treatment for Externalizing Disorders

William E. Pelham, Jr., Ph. D., ABPP., Florida International University

James Waxmonsky, M.D., Florida International University

Drs. Pelham and Waxmonsky describe the various psychosocial and medication treatment options available for children with ADHD. They discuss the disadvantages and advantages to each treatment modality and discuss important considerations for the sequencing of treatments. Lastly, they describe research that supports their recommendations for sequencing medication and behavioral treatments.

3 CE Credits

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Consultative Problem-Solving with Teachers

George J. DuPaul, Ph.D., Lehigh University

In this two-part workshop, Dr. George J. DuPaul describes the need for consultative problem-solving with teachers to design school-based interventions. The workshop provides an overview of the types of consultative problem-solving and the steps involved in creating a positive consultation relationship. Through case examples and modeling, Dr. DuPaul describes the steps of consultative problem solving in detail. 

3 CE Credits

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ADHD and Mania: What should you know? Why should you care?

Robert Emery, Ph.D., University of Virginia
This workshop is a 2-part course that provides a summary of the phenomenology, course, and treatment of ADHD and bipolar disorder. Dr. Carlson presents case examples and describes assessment considerations and materials to adequately assess mania/bipolar disorder.

2 CE Credits

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