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Broken Image Live Webinar: The Mindset of Suicide: Implications for Earlier Detection and Prevention
08/18/17 - 08/18/17

The Mindset of Suicide: Implications for Earlier Detection and Prevention
Presented by Natalie C. Dattilo, PhD, HSPP
Live Webinar - Friday, August 18, 2017
12:00 - 1:00 PM Eastern Time

1 Category I CE will be awarded for full attendance and completion of a CE evaluation.

Registration is limited to 100 participants and closes on August 15th.
 
PLEASE NOTE: Registration is a two-step process!
  1. Register for the webinar with IPA by clicking the “register” button at the bottom of this page. Registrants will receive an email confirmation from IPA that contains a link to register with GoToWebinar.
  2. YOU MUST REGISTER with GoToWebinar to receive an active link to the webinar and instructions for joining the webinar on August 18th. This email confirmation will be sent directly from GoToWebinar.
*If you have problems registering with GoToWebinar, or do not receive the confirmation emails from them, please contact Tabitha Arnett at tabitha@indianapsychology.org or Lyndsi Moser at ceprograms.ipa@gmail.com.
 
The Mindset of Suicide: Implications for Earlier Detection and Prevention
Presented by Natalie C. Dattilo, PhD, HSPP - Priority Wellness Group, LLC
 
Suicide is a major psychiatric and societal problem, with no clear etiology and no clear solution. Unfortunately, it seems the problem may be getting worse, particularly in young adolescents and older white males. This presentation aims to present a trans-theoretical model of suicide, specifically examining the mindset of an individual at risk for lethal self-injury, provide appropriately stage-matched intervention strategies, and case examples for discussion and application.
 
By attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
1. Recognize and describe the mindset of suicide.         
2. Identify and label the “stages of change” as they apply to suicidal behavior.
3. Apply specific intervention strategies with patients/clients identified as “at-risk” for lethal self-injury.
 
This intermediate presentation has a target audience of clinicians, residents, students, and interns.
Natalie C. Dattilo, PhD, HSPP
Dr. Dattilo received her doctorate in clinical health psychology from the University of Florida and completed her residency and fellowship in clinical psychology at the Indiana University School of Medicine where she served as a member of the clinical faculty in the Department of Psychiatry for 7 years. She currently operates a small solo practice on the Northside of Indianapolis and a boutique behavioral health consulting firm. She is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Indiana Psychological Association, and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT). She has worked extensively in outpatient psychiatry and primary care treatment settings as well as oncology, cardiology, and sleep medicine. Her clinical specialty areas are mood and anxiety disorders.
 
Dr. Dattilo reports a financial relationship with Activate Healthcare, LLC, as an independent contractor, and Boston Scientific as an employee. 
Special Note to Conference Attendees
The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) is approved by the American Psychological
Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Indiana Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
 
Indiana State Psychology Board and Indiana Behavioral Health Board:
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for psychologists.
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LMFTA, LCAC and LAC.
Licensees must judge the program’s relevance to their professional practice.

Please note that APA rules require that credit be given only to those who attend the entire workshop.  Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving early will not receive CE credits.  Partial credit cannot be given.

Licensees who attend the entire webinar and complete the evaluation form will receive a CE certificate via email.
Registration Fees
IPA Members - $20
Non-Members - $30
Students (Members) - $10
Students (Non-Members) - $10 (requires campus email address for verification)

Cancellations: 
Cancellations prior to August 15th will receive a refund minus a 25% fee.  No refunds after August 15th.  All cancellation requests must be received by IPA in writing.  Contact the IPA office to confirm receipt of cancellation request.
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Location: Live Webinar







Broken Image 2017 Southwest Regional Meeting
09/26/17

Indiana Psychological Association
2017 Southwest Regional Meeting
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

8:15 am Registration; 8:45 am-4:10 pm Central Time
University of Southern Indiana, Evansville
6 Category I CE credits available!
 
Session 1: 8:45 am – 10:15 am
1.5 Category I CE
 
In the Long Run:  The Exercise Potential
Jim Schroeder, PhD, HSPP – St. Vincent Center for Children (Evansville, IN)
 
The focus of the talk is three fold. First, it is to illuminate how the activity level of individuals is associated with various psychological factors and overall mental health. Two, the presentation will focus on ways in which exercise can be used as an intervention through various techniques of motivation to initiate and sustain. Finally, obstacles to initial and sustained exercise will be explored.
 
This intermediate presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinicians, and researchers.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Summarize research related to activity level and mental health.
  2. Identify key strategies to improve frequency and maintenance of exercise.
  3. Identify common obstacles to exercise initiation and sustainability.
Dr. Schroeder is a pediatric psychologist at St. Vincent’s Center for Children in Evansville, Indiana. He resides there with his wife, Amy, and their seven children. He received a BS from Ball State University with a major in psychology and minors in social work and counseling psychology. He graduated with a PhD in clinical psychology from Saint Louis University in 2005. As part of this training, he completed an internship in clinical child and pediatric psychology through the University of Louisville School of Medicine, where he worked at Kosair Children’s Hospital and the Bingham Child Guidance Center. After graduation, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship at St. Louis Children’s Hospital through the Washington University School of Medicine.  In addition to seeing youth with a wide range of backgrounds and psychological issues, he specializes in evaluating and working with children (and their families) diagnosed with autism spectrum, learning, sleep and attention-deficit disorders, as well as other developmental issues. He speaks widely on many topics and has published multiple articles related to the psychological health of youth today, including issues related to technology and media. He also writes a monthly column entitled Just Thinking (www.stmarys.org/articles), designed to inform, educate, and motivate parents and providers in applying pertinent research in meaningful, practical ways.
 
Dr. Schroeder has no conflicts of interest to report.
 
Session 2: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
1.5 Category I CE
 
Beyond the Trend: What Mindfulness Is Really About
Koren Ganas, PsyD - University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford (Rockford, IL)
 
In the past decade much attention has been given to mindfulness-based interventions for health and healing. A growing body of literature supports their efficacy for treatment of a variety of conditions. As popularity of such interventions has increased, has fidelity to the heart of what mindfulness really is been lost?
 
This introductory presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, and clinicians.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Summarize current research trends on mindfulness based interventions.
  2. Recognize differences between mindfulness based programs.
  3. Summarize the training/qualifications required to deliver mindfulness based interventions with fidelity.
Dr. Ganas is a licensed Clinical Psychologist.  She completed her Doctor of Psychology degree at Argosy University/Phoenix with a dissertation focus on mindfulness based interventions for stress, illness and healing.  She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Ganas completed her pre-doctoral internship in pediatric and rehabilitation neuropsychology through Beljan Psychological Services and HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital in Arizona. She completed her postdoctoral residency at Desert Heights Academy, a day school for children with severe behavioral, emotional and developmental disabilities.

Dr. Ganas has worked in primary care developing and implementing integrated behavioral health services as well traditional co-located psychological services.  She utilizes behavioral and lifestyle medicine approaches to treat illness and disease and teaches a number of evidence-based mindfulness programs to improve stress management and promote health. Dr. Ganas is on faculty at the University of Illinois College of Medicine Rockford where she serves as the course director for the M1 Brain & Behavior Course.
 
Dr. Ganas has no conflicts of interest to report.
 
 
Session 3: 12:45 pm – 4:00 pm
3 Category I CE
 
OPEN TO COMMUNITY MEMBERS FOR ONLY $20!
 
Are We Treating Mental Disorders or Suboptimal Nutrition?
- Bonnie Kaplan, PhD – Cumming School of Medicine, University of Calgary (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Jeanette Johnstone, PhD – Oregon Health & Science University, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Portland, OR)
 
For the last 100 years, studies published in psychiatric journals evaluated treatment with a single nutrient for mental disorders. It has only been in the last 15 years that researchers have departed from this single ‘magic bullet’ approach and studied formulas with multiple nutrients known to play critical roles in brain function. The benefits of the multinutrient approach have been far greater than the single nutrient approach, and now a significant body of literature exists demonstrating efficacy for treating various types of mental symptoms using this multinutrient approach.
 
Highlighting the role of dietary nutrition and supplementation, the two speakers will cover the following topics: nutritional epidemiology studies and population health; single vs multi-nutrient approaches in terms of the biochemical role of the nutrients; research on nutritional treatment of chronic stress and post-disaster stress; studies in clinical populations with disorders ranging from ADHD to psychosis; societal issues associated with treatment such as cost comparisons of nutrients vs medication; and finally, lifestyle variables such as dietary pattern in relation to mental health. The discussion will also address the question of whether nutritional treatment and recommendations should be considered part of psychologists’ scope of practice. The material will challenge our notion of what constitutes mental illness: if, for example, a symptom such as hallucinations can be completely resolved with nutrients for a particular individual, is that patient suffering from a mental disorder or from suboptimal nutrition?
 
This intermediate presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinicians, and researchers.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Summarize the historical knowledge on the relationship between nutrition and mental health.
  2. Identify how to optimize mental function according to the multi-nutrient approach.
  3. Evaluate the importance of relying on nutrition for optimal brain health in terms of the impact on societal costs.
Dr. Kaplan is Professor Emeritus in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. As a research psychologist, she has studied the role of nutrition in mental illness and brain development. Originally from Ohio, she did all her training in the U.S. (Univ of Chicago, Brandeis Univ) in experimental and physiological psychology. Her interest in the biological basis of behavior led to postdoctoral training and then faculty research in neurophysiology at the West Haven (CT) VA Hospital Neuropsychology Laboratory, and Yale University Department of Neurology, until she moved to Canada and the University of Calgary. She has published widely on the biological basis of developmental disorders and mental health – particularly, the contribution of nutrition to brain development and brain function. She was the founding principal investigator of the Alberta Pregnancy Outcomes and Nutrition (APrON) study, which is tracking the development of several thousand Albertan children whose intrauterine nutrient environment was evaluated.
 
Dr. Johnstone is a clinical researcher and licensed psychologist at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), supported by a grant from the National Institute of Health’s National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. She holds a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University in CA, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Clinical Psychology, and a PhD in Psychological Medicine from universities in New Zealand. Her current research focuses on treating adults and children who have ADHD with broad spectrum micronutrients to help with mood and attention symptoms. She also conducted a study of mindfulness for stress reduction with 300 teenagers. Her current research goals include identifying the mechanisms by which micronutrients improve mood and attention in people with ADHD. Clinically, she aims to help individuals and families achieve optimal mental health through evidence-based, integrative treatments such as behavioral and lifestyle choices, and cognitive therapy. She collaborates with researchers around the globe, including the Nutrition and Mental Health Lab in Christchurch, New Zealand, and is planning a 3-site study at OHSU, with Ohio State/Nationwide Children’s Hospital and University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada, funded by generous individual donors
 
Drs. Kaplan and Johnstone have no conflicts of interest to report.
 
SPECIAL NOTE TO CONFERENCE ATTENDEES:
The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Indiana Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
 
Indiana State Psychology Board and Indiana Behavioral Health Board:
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for psychologists.
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LMFTA, LCAC and LAC.
Licensees must judge the program’s relevance to their professional practice.
 
All licensees who attend the entire event and complete the evaluation forms will receive a CE certificate via email confirming that 6 Category I CE credits were earned.
 
Please note that APA rules require that credit be given only to those who attend the entire workshop.  Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving early will not receive CE credits.  Partial credit cannot be given.
REGISTRATION:

Refunds, less 15% handling fee, will be issued by check upon receipt of written cancellation postmarked by September 5, 2017. No refunds can be issued after this date. 
 
Complimentary coffee will be served. Registration does not include meal service; attendees are responsible for lunch on their own at designated lunch break. Several options available close by on USI campus.
 

Registration BY September 5:
$154     IPA Member
$299     Non-Member Psychologist
$164     New Member (with application, dues paid separately after acceptance)
$254     Social Workers & Other Professionals
$  60     Students
$  20     Non-CE PM Session ONLY
 
Registration AFTER September 5:
$189     IPA Member
$334     Non-Member Psychologist
$199     New Member (with application, dues paid separately after acceptance)
$289     Social Workers & Other Professionals
$  75     Students
$  20     Non-CE PM Session ONLY
 
**Membership Applicants will pay membership dues once their application is accepted, which may be approxiately 30-days after application is received by IPA.  CE Certificates will not be distributed until dues are paid, per IPA policy.  If an applicant is not accepted, or withdraws their application, IPA will invoice the applicant for the difference of non-member rate and the registration rate paid.

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Accessibility Statement:
For questions about venue accessibility or to request accommodations, please contact the IPA office at 317-257-7449. Please specify your accommodations at least one week in advance to ensure seamless access.  

Photographer Statement:
By registering for this event, you authorize the Indiana Psychological Association and its agents, contractors, and volunteers to take your photograph at any time during the meeting or event.  Photos may be used on, but not limited to, the IPA website, brochures, Facebook, Twitter, and other IPA materials.  If you request to be excluded from photos, please request so during the registration process and verify your request at the event check-in.
Location: University of Southern Indiana
University Center
Evansville, IN 47712

Registration ends on September 24, 2017






Broken Image 2017 Northeast Regional Meeting
09/29/17

Indiana Psychological Association
2017 Southwest Regional Meeting
Friday, September 29, 2017

7:45 am Registration; 8:15 am-4:15 pm Eastser Time
Don Hall’s Guesthouse, Fort Wayne, Indiana
6 Category I CE credits, including 3 Category I Ethics
 
Session 1:   8:30 am – 11:45 am
3 Category I Ethics CE
 
Ethical and Legal Issues in Indiana
Sharon L. Bowman, PhD, HSPP, ABPP, LMHC - Ball State University
Stephen Ross, PsyD, HSPP, ABPP - Clinical & Forensic Psychological Services of IN, PC
 
As psychologists and trainees, we are often aware that an anonymous “licensure board” monitors our work and is responsible for disciplinary actions against our licenses. We learn about ethics during our doctoral programs, and while studying for the licensure exam, then may not pay close attention after getting licensed. This program is designed to discuss recent ethical and legal issues related to the practice of psychology in Indiana, and the types of situations that can result in an appearance before such a board.
 
This intermediate presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinicians, and researchers.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Identify recent changes in Indiana law and statutes pertaining to psychologists.
  2. Identify proposed changes related to licensure and modes of practice in Indiana.
  3. Identify steps to respond to a complaint filed against a licensee.
 
Dr. Bowman is a Professor and Chair in the Department of Counseling Psychology, Social Psychology & Counseling at Ball State University. She is also a psychologist in private practice in Muncie, Indiana. Her doctoral degree is from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, with an internship at the University of Delaware’s student counseling center. She is a Fellow of APA through Divisions 17 and 45 (Society for the Scientific Study of Ethnic Minority Issues). She is a Past President of Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Bowman is a member and past chair of the Indiana State Psychology Board, and has been Indiana’s liaison to the APA Disaster Response Network. She is also a longtime disaster mental health volunteer and instructor for the American Red Cross, working in local, regional, and national capacities. Dr. Bowman’s research and clinical interests are in supervision, mentorin     g and training, disaster psychology, and broadly-defined issues of diversity.Dr. Bowman has no conflicts of interest to report.
 
Dr. Ross is the  president of Clinical & Forensic Psychological Services, PC, located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. His practice includes psychotherapy services, psychological testing and assessment, forensic assessment (child custody disputes, mental status at the time of alleged offenses, competency to stand trial, IMEs and sentencing mitigation), and public safety personnel evaluations. He regularly consults with organizations, courts, and attorneys regarding ethical and legal issues. He obtained his bachelor's degree from St. Meinrad College and Seminary in 1980 and his master's degree from the University of Dayton in 1982. He completed his doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology in 1990. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Indiana Psychological Association, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. He obtained his board certification in clinical psychology from the American Board Professional Psychology in 1997. He is a member of Division 12 (Clinical Psychology) of APA and a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology.    Dr. Ross was appointed by former Governor O’Bannon in 2001 to the Indiana State Board of Psychology and is currently its Vice-Chairperson.
 
Lunch:   11:45 am – 1:00 pm
Attendees are responsible for lunch on their own at designated lunch break.

Session 2:   1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
1 Category I CE
 
Leadership during Crazy Times:  The Zen of Renewal through Mindfulness
Dave Johnson, PhD, CNS-BC, LMFT, LCSW - University of Saint Francis
 
Being a Leader in today’s fast paced world is very stressful. Cultivating mindfulness-based practices builds resiliency and capacity to meet the challenges of change and stress and enhance one’s perspective and personal resiliency.  This program is helpful to all leaders & professionals desiring personal renewal AND insights on how Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) is integral to one’s personal self-care and sense of professional & leadership renewal.
 
This introductory presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinicians, and researchers.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Utilize Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) to enhance leadership & personal resiliency.
  2. Summarize brain physiology and the connectedness with MBSR and resiliency for self, patients, and employees.
  3. Integrate mindfulness in taking control of thoughts and emotional responses such as anger, anxiety, fear, depression, or feeling overwhelmed.
  4. Identify additional resources for setting goals for enhancing one's own sense resiliency and leadership renewal.
Dr. Johnson is a licensed clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, and clinical nurse specialist.  He is currently a regional consultant and Employee Assistance Specialist with Parkview Health and a Professor of Nursing at the University of Saint Francis.  He has worked with over 250 local and regional organizations with consultations, presentations, and publications. As a husband, father, and psychotherapist, Dr. Johnson weaves stories and anecdotes that reveal the nature of stress in juggling work and family and strategies for maintaining one’s sense of humor and perspective.    Dr. Johnson has no conflicts of interest to report.
 

Session 3:  2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
1 Category I CE
 
Substance Abuse Treatment: The Guardrails to Recovery
Anthony Flores, PhD, HSPP - Midwest Addictions, Psychiatr
ic and Psychological Services (MAPPS)
 
The growing epidemic in opiate use and other substance use requires a greater understanding of addiction and the implantation of multifaceted therapeutic approaches, including medication assisted treatment, to improve treatment outcome. The establishing of a working relationship with the client enables him/her to develop and put into action the guardrails that are paramount for recovery. The guardrails facilitate maintaining focus, direction and structure for supporting recovery. The course is solution-focused and provides approaches and strategies for conceptualizing the cognitions, thoughts, and beliefs of the addicted individual and the application of interventions to build a successful recovery program.
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Utilize multifaceted therapeutic approaches in providing substance abuse treatment.
  2. Summarize the protocol for establishing guardrails and the techniques for using metaphors in treatment.
  3. Summarize the application of interventions, including medication assisted treatment, in providing therapy to addicted clients.
Dr. Flores earned his doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) and completed an APA-approved internship at Park Center, Inc. He is also licensed as an Addictions Counselor. He has been in private practice for close to twenty years and provides treatment for children, adolescents, adults and families with a wide range of diagnoses. His practice includes substance abuse treatment, forensic psychology within various capacities, and conducting psychological evaluations.  Dr. Flores has no conflicts of interest to report.
 

Session 4:  3:15 pm – 4:15 pm
1 Category I CE
 
Treatment and Health Care Enhancement for Female Veterans
Amanda L. Mayle, PsyD, HSPP - VA Northern Indiana Health Care System
 
The veteran population doesn’t look anything like what it did twenty years ago, or even ten years ago. As women make up a growing number of veterans, Veterans Affairs (VA) and the private sector must expand its services and resources in kind. A recent report concluded VA has made progress in closing the gap of care that has existed between male and female veterans for far too long. New clinics, better training, and an emphasis on primary care have led to better rates of examinations and service.

Over the past two decades, Veterans Health Administrations (VHA) has rolled out numerous initiatives designed to improve access and quality of care for female veterans. Along with clinical advances, VHA women’s health research has accelerated, providing an evidence base that further sharpens the focus on female veterans.

This presentation will focus on descriptions of the unique issues female veterans face while in service and when they come out of service.Ways of providing the best health care services to female veterans, including comprehensive primary care and specialty care such as reproductive services, rehabilitation, mental health, and treatment of military sexual trauma will be discussed.

Special focus will be placed upon mental health and issues such as depression, mood, and anxiety disorders; intimate partner and domestic violence; sexual trauma; parenting and anger management; marital, caregiver, or family-related stress; and post-deployment adjustment or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
 
Learning Objectives:
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
  1. Recognize and explain the unique issues that female veterans face in service and when they leave service.
  2. Summarize the various mental health issues that female veterans may face and recognize how they may be expressed in gender specific ways to female veterans.
  3. Apply empirically based therapy techniques that research has shown are most effective for female veterans.
 This advanced presentation has a target audience of pre-doctoral students, graduate students, interns, residents, clinicians, and researchers.
 
Dr. Amanda Mayle is a licensed clinical psychologist in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 1996 from Ohio University and graduated from Wright State School of Professional Psychology in Dayton, Ohio in 2002 with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Dr. Mayle attended Columbia University in New York as a Fellow in conjunction with Fordham Law School where she worked on Congressional reports on educational practices, teacher quality and government funding to universities. Dr. Mayle specializes in children and families, program development, trauma and woman’s issues. She is frequently called upon to provide witness and expert testimony and she has also worked and consulted in a multitude of arenas including community mental health, domestic violence programs, cultural sensitivity training and school, community and organizational development. Dr. Mayle is currently associated with Clinical and Forensic Psychological Services of Indiana, PC, where she works in private practice, Park Center, Inc., where she provides clinical oversight, seminars and training for an APA-accredited internship program, is an adjunct faculty member at Indiana Technical College in their Graduate Counseling Program, and works full time at the VA of Northern Indiana Healthcare System where she is also the Woman’s Mental Health Champion. 
 

SPECIAL NOTE TO CONFERENCE ATTENDEES:
 
The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Indiana Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
 
Indiana State Psychology Board and Indiana Behavioral Health Board:
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for psychologists.
  • IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LMFTA, LCAC and LAC.
Licensees must judge the program’s relevance to their professional practice.
 
All licensees who attend the entire event and complete the evaluation forms will receive a CE certificate via email confirming that 6 Category I CE credits were earned.
 
Please note that APA rules require that credit be given only to those who attend the entire workshop.  Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving early will not receive CE credits.  Partial credit cannot be given.

REGISTRATION:

Cancellation/Refund Policy: IPA will provide refunds for registration cancellations made at least 10 days before the event minus a $25 cancellation fee.  No refunds will be given for cancellations fewer than 10 days before an event.
 
Complimentary coffee will be served. Registration does not include meal service; attendees are responsible for lunch on their own at designated lunch break.

Registration BY September 8:
$154     IPA Member
$299     Non-Member Psychologist
$164     New Member** (with application, dues paid separately after acceptance)
$254     Social Workers & Other Professionals
$  60     Students
 
Registration AFTER September 8:
$189     IPA Member
$334     Non-Member Psychologist
$199     New Member** (with application, dues paid separately after acceptance)
$289     Social Workers & Other Professionals
$  75     Students
 
**Membership Applicants will pay membership dues once their application is accepted, which may be approximately 30-days after application is received by IPA.  CE Certificates will not be distributed until dues are paid, per IPA policy.  If an applicant is not accepted, or withdraws their application, IPA will invoice the applicant for the difference of non-member rate and the registration rate paid.

Click here for event flier or proceed below to register online.

Accessibility Statement:
For questions about venue accessibility or to request accommodations, please contact the IPA office at 317-257-7449. Please specify your accommodations at least one week in advance to ensure seamless access.  

Photographer Statement:
By registering for this event, you authorize the Indiana Psychological Association and its agents, contractors, and volunteers to take your photograph at any time during the meeting or event.  Photos may be used on, but not limited to, the IPA website, brochures, Facebook, Twitter, and other IPA materials.  If you request to be excluded from photos, please request so during the registration process and verify your request at the event check-in.
Location: Don Halls Guesthouse
1313 W Washington Center Road
Fort Wayne, IN 46825

Registration ends on September 27, 2017