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Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Psychedelic Invest for Webinar: Analyzing the FDA Advisory Committee Review of MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD
Webinar: Analyzing the FDA Advisory Committee Review of MDMA-Assisted Therapy for PTSD
Join our expert panelists as they provide commentary on the event, their interpretation of the meeting’s contents, and what it all means for MDMA therapy moving forward.“Analyzing the Lykos Therapeutics FDA Committee Meeting” is a live webinar event streaming live across the Nucleus ecosystem on Wednesday, June 5th at 3:00pm ET.During this conversation, moderator Dustin Robinson speaks with the CEO of Inbodied Life, Lauren Taus, and Edgar J. Asebey, Esq. of Keller Asebey Life Science Law PLLC. The trio will summarize the outcomes from the committee meeting taking place the day prior (June 4th).Be sure to RSVP to reserve your spot for this important online event.
6/5/2024 7:00 PM
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Community Tech Network for CTN | Lunch & Learn Webinar Series: Mental Health Matters
CTN | Lunch & Learn Webinar Series: Mental Health Matters
The roles of digital navigators are multifaceted, involving not just technical instruction but also empathetic support and understanding of the diverse challenges faced by those lacking access to digital resources. Moreover, for individuals on the wrong side of the digital divide, the inability to access digital resources can perpetuate feelings of exclusion, inadequacy, and frustration, potentially impacting their mental well-being. Thus, integrating mental health awareness into digital skills education is not just a matter of technical proficiency but a vital component of fostering inclusive, supportive communities in the digital age. Join us as we discuss strategies for fostering an environment of empathy, patience, and support so that we not only impart essential digital skills but also contribute to the emotional resilience and life-long empowerment of our learners.Raffle Giveaway: Managing Digital Navigators
5/30/2024 6:00 PM
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by deploymentpsych for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Suicide Prevention (SP) (15-16 Apr 2024)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Suicide Prevention (SP) (15-16 Apr 2024)
This intensive two-day module provides training in the assessment and treatment of suicidal ideation and behavior. It includes a detailed review of the epidemiology of suicide and an introduction to the Self-Directed Violence Classification System (SDVCS). The module is designed for behavioral health providers working with Service members and Veterans who are seeking in-depth training in treatment options. Participants must attend both days.Presenters: Jeffrey Mann, Sharon Birman
4/15/2024 2:00 PM
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Australian Institute of Family Studies for How a ‘village’ approach can support infant and toddler mental health
How a ‘village’ approach can support infant and toddler mental health
Supporting infant and child mental health can be both extremely rewarding and challenging for practitioners working with families. Many different factors influence infant and toddler mental health, including their relationships, their community and the broader social context in which they live. While having limited social supports can contribute to poor mental health in children and their parents or carers, having a rich social support system, or a ‘village’, can promote mental health and wellbeing. This ‘village’ can include family members, friends and other trusted community members such as educators, community leaders, and healthcare providers. Practitioners can offer families more effective support by understanding their ‘village’ and what might be stopping families from reaching out for emotional or practical support. This webinar will discuss how to work collaboratively with families to engage with their ‘village’ and how this approach can influence infant and toddler mental health. Panellists will explore practice strategies that promote infant and toddler mental health and explore how asking questions about the family’s ‘village’ can help you better understand a family’s needs and strengths.
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Australian Institute of Family Studies for Child-centred approaches to supporting children in out-of-home care
Child-centred approaches to supporting children in out-of-home care
In Australia, over 45,000 children live in out-of-home care (OOHC). This webinar will outline practical ways to prioritise the voices of children in OOHC that can support their mental health and wellbeing.
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Thames Valley DSB for Promoting Healthy Teen Social Media Use Through Evidence-Based Research (Day 2/2)
Promoting Healthy Teen Social Media Use Through Evidence-Based Research (Day 2/2)
Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board are proud to partner with Dr. Tara Dumas and upper-year university students from the Psychology Department at Huron University to learn more about Promoting Healthy Teen Social Media Use Through Evidence-Based Research. This registration page is for Wednesday, March 27th - day two of our two day series. We will discuss the following topics:3) Social Media Comparison and Body Image Concerns in Adolescence The way people present themselves online may seem authentic, but this is not always the case. We will discuss how social media comparison affects adolescents, including their body image concerns. We will also discuss how to navigate image- and health-related social media content to better avoid that which may be inauthentic and harmful.   4) Navigating Cyberbullying, Micro-aggressions, and Online Racism in Adolescence The purpose of our presentation is to discuss the prevalence of cyberbullying, microaggressions, and online racism among the adolescent population and the impact on mental health and behaviour. Our goal is to help guide parents and families in managing these negative behaviours and their outcomes to help mitigate related distress. 
3/27/2024 10:30 PM
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by National Indigenous Women's Resource Center for Hidden in Plain Sight: The Intersection of Brain Injury, Strangulation, Gender-Based Violence, Housing Insecurity and Homelessness
Hidden in Plain Sight: The Intersection of Brain Injury, Strangulation, Gender-Based Violence, Housing Insecurity and Homelessness
Gender-based violence often involves physical violence targeted at the head, neck, and face--through blows to the head or strangulation. Though this has been common knowledge for decades, brain injuries caused by violence are unacknowledged, rarely identified and almost never immediately treated. Both survivors of violence and professionals that work with them have been largely unaware of brain injury as a significant consequence of violence. Brain injuries can cause physical, emotional, and cognitive consequences that can impact every area of a survivor’s life--including their ability to successfully access and participate in services, maintain employment, secure and sustain housing, and meet self-sufficiency goals. This webinar will introduce CARE (Connect, Acknowledge, Respond, Evaluate), Ohio’s evidence-based framework developed by the Ohio Domestic Violence Network and The Ohio State University. CARE is a brain injury aware, trauma-informed approach focusing on accessibility and accommodations with practical, hands-on, free tools, strategies, and resources to support your work.
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Rural Health Research Gateway for Examining the Burden of Public Stigma Associated With Mental Illness in the Rural U.S.
Examining the Burden of Public Stigma Associated With Mental Illness in the Rural U.S.
The prevalence of any mental illness is increasing in the U.S. Public stigma associated with mental illness can lead to fear, discrimination, and other adverse consequences. This study examines public stigma in rural versus non-rural communities and analyzes differences by age, gender, race/ethnicity, and experience with mental illness.
3/12/2024 5:00 PM
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by National Alliance for Children's Grief for Cultivating inclusivity for children and all abilities in funeral planning and participation
Cultivating inclusivity for children and all abilities in funeral planning and participation
The process of planning a funeral is a multifaceted endeavor involving considerations such as cultural traditions, accessibility, and the ability to derive meaning from the experience. This webinar aims to create age-appropriate, inclusive funeral conversations and expand participation to marginalized communities. It will discuss contemporary funeral care practices, including funeral procedures for different age groups and considerations for physical and cognitive challenges. Join us for this webinar to promote a healthier grieving process and a more compassionate approach to funeral planning.
Healthcare > Psychology webinar by Tap Into Your Best Self for Crafting New Realities Through Thought
Crafting New Realities Through Thought
Experience a sneak peek of our 'Change Your Mind, Create New Results' course with our free webinar. Join us to unlock your transformative potential. Dive into self-discovery with our exciting upcoming webinar! Are you ready to ignite your passion, gain crystal-clear clarity, and set out on a transformative journey to achieve your dreams? Are you eager to lead your team towards enhanced collaboration, skyrocketed productivity, and a shared vision for success? In today's fast-paced world, many individuals find themselves facing challenges that leave them feeling stuck, overwhelmed, and uncertain about their future. Do any of these sound familiar? Stress and Anxiety: Are you constantly battling stress and anxiety, affecting your overall well-being? Limiting Beliefs: Do you feel held back by limiting beliefs and patterns that prevent you from reaching your true potential? Health and Wellness: Are you struggling with health issues and seeking holistic solutions for healing? Relationships: Do you desire healthier and more fulfilling relationships with your loved ones and yourself? If you resonate with any of these challenges, I want you to know that you're not alone. Many people are on a similar journey, searching for answers and solutions to transform their lives positively. What if I told you that this course could be the catalyst for the change you've been seeking? Here's what you can expect: Mindset Transformation: Learn the science behind rewiring your mind and breaking free from limiting beliefs. Stress Reduction: Discover powerful techniques to reduce stress and cultivate emotional resilience. Optimal Health: Explore the mind-body connection and unlock your body's innate healing potential. Fulfilling Relationships: Gain insights into building deeper and more meaningful connections. But don't just take my word for it. Here's what some of our past participants have to say: 'Dr. Dispenza's teachings have transformed my life. I now approach challenges with a newfound sense of clarity and purpose.' 'I've experienced remarkable shifts in my health and well-being after applying the principles from this course.' Join me and discover the transformative potential that lies within you.
1/9/2024 12:00 AM
 

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