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  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
Suicidal thoughts are known to fluctuate dramatically over time, presenting an ongoing challenge to clinicians and researchers alike. While supportive social relationships are known to help reduce risk over time, the short-term impact of interpersonal conflicts on suicide risk is less well understood. In this presentation, contemporary theories drawn from the realms of personality science and suicide prevention will be used as a foundation for understanding the role of implicit relational dynamics in suicide risk.
  • Biopsychosocial
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
Aging is associated with a spectrum of cognitive changes ranging from normative mild alterations to clinically significant changes to debilitating impairments. Behavioral symptoms, too, are common and these can resemble non-cognitive mental health disorders. In this presentation, Dr. Ellison will review these cognitive syndromes, discuss assessment, and review decision-making and management issues relevant to the care of persons living with mild cognitive impairment and early dementia. 
  • Grand Rounds
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
This presentation looks at physician burnout from a variety of perspectives, including:the burnout crisis in the context of the last two decades of health system transformation cost, access, and qualitythe relationship between burnout and depressionrecent data about burnout nationally and internationallyCOVID-19 and physician healthsystemic interventions for wellbeing and burnoutReferences 
  • Friday Night Guest Lecture Series
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
In this presentation, Dianne Elise, PhD, will be making use of a Winnicottian formulation of the analytic field to highlight the often unspoken, implicit erotic dimensions of our work. She puts forth the premise that psychoanalysis is an erotic project and proposes that a creative aesthetic can provide a clinical container for the engagement and exploration of erotic life within the analytic field of each treatment. An atmosphere of libidinal energy is seen as a crucial aspect in enlivening the intersubjective field.
  • Ethics
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
  • 1.00 Risk Management Study
$0.00
The tendency to avoid issues around professional ethics is common and multi-determined.  Codes of ethics are uniquely boring and hard to remember. Unconsciously, most of us carry shame about clinical situations in which we know we may have crossed a boundary, prioritized our own needs above the patient's or fallen short of our high expectations of professional practice. We have all faced dilemmas in which there is no clear path and the risk of an ethical breach feels inevitable.
  • Biopsychosocial
  • 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.00 APA
  • 1.00 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.00 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
In the last two decades, psychedelics have re-emerged as promising novel agents for treatment of a broad range of mental health conditions including depression, PTSD, substance use disorders, end-of-life anxieties, eating disorders, and more. Our understanding of their putative mechanisms of action has significantly evolved as well. Several Phase II and III clinical trials of psychedelic-assisted therapy (PAT) using psilocybin and MDMA are either complete or nearing completion, with some of these therapies projected to receive FDA approval within the next couple of years.
  • 1.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
  • 1.50 APA
  • 1.50 ASWB-ACE
  • 1.50 Contact Hours/ Participation
$0.00
In 2021, US Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy described experiences of loneliness as “a dark thread through our nation’s most pressing public health challenges” (Murthy, 2021, Public Health Reports, 136[6]). Rates of loneliness across the globe have increased across age and demographic groups steadily over the past two decades, despite concomitant changes in communication technology and virtual interconnectedness.

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