It is important for mental health professionals to understand how pandemics and pandemic management affects the mental health of clients, and to be able to use this information to better support ourselves and our clients in a practical manner during this time.
Mental health professionals are asking themselves, “What does evidence-based treatment for childhood needle phobia look like?" and "How best can I support children and families through this difficult event?" Our esteemed speaker address these topics and more.
What does evidence-based treatment for childhood anxiety challenges look like online? How can we better incorporate parents into the treatment of childhood anxiety to improve client outcomes?
Mental health professionals across North America are asking themselves, “How can I practice in a more culturally competent manner?” And, “How do I discuss aspects of culture within this therapeutic relationship?”
What are the best-practices for assessment of suicide risk in children and youth? How can these approaches be translated into a tele-assessment delivery?
How in the world do we assess children during COVID-19? Hear Drs. Jeremy Sharp & Ryan Matchullis on this important topic.