etHiCS and inStrumentS
Presenter: Robert W. Hill
This workshop reviews clinical personality assessment
practices for an intermediate to advanced audience
by observing some of the limitations of the MMPI-
2 and the viability of the MMPI relative to other
contemporary objective measures, including the PAI
and the MCMI-III. 2008.
CE CREDITS 5 CWP
beHavioral Sleep mediCine
evidence-based treatments for sleep disorders
Presenters: Daniel J. Taylor, Valerie M. Crabtree, and
Wilfred R. Pigeon
The main goal of this introductory workshop is to
educate clinicians about how to provide, and be
reimbursed for, empirically validated treatments. 2008.
CE CREDITS 8 CWP
CHroniC fatigue SYndrome
and fibrom Yalgia
theory, assessment, and treatment
Presenter: Fred Friedberg and Leonard Jason
In this introductory workshop, participants learn
about illness controversies; theories of causation;
practical methods of psychological, behavioral, and
community assessment; and effective individualized
treatment strategies using cognitive, behavioral, and
experiential interventions. 2005.
CE CREDITS 3 CWP
CliniCal approaCHeS to Women
Coping WitH pregnanCY loSS and
Presenter: Helen L. Coons and Pamela A. Geller
This intermediate applied workshop addresses
clinical approaches with women coping with common
pregnancy related complications. Presentations focus
on the assessment and treatment of: (a) women and
couples who have experienced pregnancy loss and (b)
women with depression and anxiety during and after
CE CREDITS 7 CWP
CliniCal HealtH pSYCHologY inStitute
expanding Psychology Practice to Primary health
care—evidence, skills, and issues
Presenter: Alexander Blount, et al.
Organized by Rodger Kessler and Beverly Thorn
This course focuses on identifying key knowledge
in the integration of psychology and medicine.
It includes specific workshops designed to teach
skills to implement evidence-based assessment and
interventions to medical patients. 2006.
CE CREDITS 4 CWP
tHe Collaborative pSYCHologiSt
creating reciprocal relationships with
Presenters: Nancy B. Ruddy, Dorothy Borresen, and
This introductory workshop helps psychologists in
independent or community-based practice develop
strategies to create and maintain reciprocal working
relationships with medical professionals. 2008.