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IPA Webinar - Telepsychology - Its Role in Psychological Practice
08/17/18

Meet the August 31 CE Deadline!
1.0 Hour of Category I CE credit
and . . .
A very timely discussion of an important topic for our profession - 
 
"Telepsychology - Its Role in Psychological Practice"
 
August 17, 2018 at Noon

Registrants will receive further information on registering with GoToWebinar for the presentation.


Presentation Description
Guidelines for the practice of telepsychology were published by the American Psychological Association’s Joint Task Force for the Development of Telepsychology Guidelines for Psychologist in 2013 (APA, 2013). Since that time, the research base to support its use has grown rapidly, particularly in the areas of implementation within particular populations, competencies needed for its practice, and ethical considerations for its implementation. The rapidly changing technological landscape and the expansion of telehealth as an acceptable service delivery tool, necessitates that Psychologist are informed about the current state of telepsychology. This webinar will therefore describe telepsychology and its role in psychological practice. It will also summarize current guidelines for telepsychology, and review the literature regarding its use in a variety of populations, including youth, parents, inmates, veterans, and members or rural communities. Ethical considerations of telepsychology will also be briefly discussed.

Learning Objectives

By completing the program, participants will able to:
  1. Define telepsychology and its role in psychological practice.
  2. Summarize guidelines for practicing telepsychology.
  3. Describe the evidence base of using telepsychology.
  4. Summarize some of the ethical considerations specific to telepsychology practice.
Presenter: Jennifer L. Vohs, PhD, HSPP
Jenifer L. Vohs, PhD HSPP is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine. She serves as a practicing clinical psychologist and Director of Psychological Services for the Changing Health Outcomes through Integrated Care Excellence program, an integrated primary care program at Indiana University Health. Dr. Vohs is also active member of the Indiana University Psychotic Disorders Program, where she serves as the Director of Neurocognitive and Symptom Assessment and has recently served as the program psychologist providing Telepsychological services for the SAMHSA-funded Prevention and Recovery Center for Early Psychosis Coordinated Specialty Care Program. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Vohs has a number of research interests and publications across a range of topics spanning from basic neurobiological mechanisms to higher order cognitive deficits in individuals with severe mental illness. In addition to clinical care and research, Dr. Vohs also provides mentorship for psychology graduate students and predoctoral psychology interns, as well as teaching didactics for interns, medical students and Psychiatry and Family Medicine residents.



 

Registration ends on August 17, 2018





IPA Northeast Conference 2018
08/24/18

Continuing Education Credits . . .
 
Meet the August 31 deadline!
 
2018 IPA Northeast Regional Meeting
Friday, August 24, 2018

 
LOCATION:
Parkview Health System
Steele Room A
2200 Randalia

Fort Wayne, IN 46805
·        Free Parking and no permit required
·        Lunch will be served


Sponsored by:
Indiana Psychological Association


Eastern Time:
Registration = 8:15 am
Morning Session = 8:45 am - 12:00 pm
Lunch = 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Afternoon Session = 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm


CE Credits
Full Day = 6.0 Category I 
Half Day = 3.0 Category I 


REGISTRATION
 
BY August 19, 2018
FULL DAY - 6.0 CE Hours
$160   IPA Member
$270   Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$60     Students
$185   Other States Members
 
HALF DAY - 3.0 CE Hours
$95     IPA Member
$150   Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$35     Students
$120    Other States Members
 
AFTER August 19, 2018
FULL DAY - 6.0 CE Hours
$185  IPA Member
$295  Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$85    Students
$210  Other States Members
 
HALF DAY - 3.0 CE Hours
$120   IPA Member
$175   Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$60     Students
$145   Other States Members
 
MORNING SESSION

Women Veterans - Their Needs and "iRest"
By: Amanda Mayle, PsyD, HSPP

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION
The Veteran population does not look anything like what it did twenty years ago, or even ten years ago. Women make up a growing number of Veterans, so VA and the private sector must expand its services and resources in kind. A recent report concluded VA has made progress to close 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, VHA has rolled out numerous initiatives designed to improve access and quality of care for women Veterans. Along with clinical advances, VHA women’s health research has accelerated, providing an evidence base that further sharpens the focus on women Veterans.

This presentation will focus on descriptions of the unique issues woman veterans face while in service and when they come out of service.  Ways of providing the best health care services to women veterans, including comprehensive primary care as well as 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).

Presentation will also include an introduction to the iRest Yoga
Nidra program, which is an evidence based meditation program that is being rolled out in the VA that addresses a multitude of symptoms.  iRest was developed within the military setting by Dr. Richard Miller with most research being conducted at Walter Reed Hospital.  Foundation of the program will be discussed and scientific basis behind the program.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

By completing the program, participants will able to:

1.   Recognize and explain the unique issues that women veteran's face in service and when they leave service.

2.   Summarize the various mental health issues that women veterans may face and recognize how they may be expressed in gender specific ways to women veterans.

3.   Apply empirically based therapy techniques that research has shown are most effective for women veterans.

4.   Describe the iRest program, foundation and scientific basis on an introductory level.


Amanda Mayle, PsyD, HSPP
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 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.

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Epigenetics and the Integrated-Self

By: Gregory Sowles, PhD, HSPP, LMHC

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION
Our understanding of the varying roles within our gene code and the related impact of our emotions, thoughts, and physical care have been accelerating in recent decades. Many factors operate to influence what affects our genes and DNA. Expression can be influenced to what has historically been thought of as our destiny or even be doomed. But, not so anymore! What we put on our genes and DNA changes their expression. Some parts are silenced while other parts are expressed. Integrating our various parts fosters an optimal health for our whole body and thus for our brain’s functions and our life.
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  1. Identify the past theory and basic components of Epigenetic mechanisms that impact physical health and the relevance to mental health therapies.
  2. Describe how protracted fear responses (negative emotions to what is outside of us) have a direct and negative Epigenetic effect on genetic expression and psychological functioning (through influencing what is inside of us).
  3. Apply Epigenetic based integration techniques to help clients move to from ‘Chaotic Control’ to balanced self-care and functional living.
Greg Sowles, PhD, LMHC, HSPP
Greg Sowles has the privilege of being a husband, and a father of four, so his life is full of opportunities to continue developing relationally. Having started as a camp counselor, his interests in agriculture, nutrition, hunting, fishing, politics, and theology fit well with the last 30 years of serving others. Integrating faith with professional practice typifies his daily service style, so that the whole person is served. Similarly, being trained in the field of Neuropsychology has also well-equipped Dr. Sowles to serve as an examiner and therapist. Offering these services provides a better understanding of how the ‘brain-body’ relationship requires constant balancing. Dr. Sowles is enthusiastic about helping others find this balance by helping them ‘sculpt their brain-body’ relationships to better shape their life. Dr. Sowles received his PhD from Ball State University, is HSPP, and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, as well as Diplomate of the American Board of Psychological Specialties, Forensic Neuropsychology.


Chronic Pain: Assessment and Treatment
By: Bryan Hutner, PsyD, HSPP and Kelly Hutner, PsyD, HSPP

PRESENTATION DESCRIPTION
Drs. Kelly and Brian Hutner will be discussing trends in Chronic Pain Management including the role of mental health and substance abuse assessments and treatment within chronic pain treatment.  The presenters will review the interaction between emotional/psychological components and chronic pain along with research on pain catastrophizing.  Presentation participants will be educated on psychological factors associated with screening patients for treatment with narcotic chronic pain medications and indwelling pain treatment technology including intrathecal pain pumps and spinal cord stimulation systems. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By completing the program, participants will able to:

1.     Describe Chronic Pain and how it is related to mental health.

2.     Explain why mental health must be part of a treatment plan for all chronic pain patients.

3.     Assess the red flags for both medication treatment and indwelling technology treatment and chronic pain.

4.     Discuss how psychology is built into the definition of chronic pain and how pain is a product of the nervous system.

5.     Summarize what can be done to improve patient’s responses to medical treatments, including medications, procedures, and surgery.

6.     Compare the connection of anxiety, fear, trauma, and depression with calm thinking related to chronic pain symptoms.


Brian Hutner, PsyD, HSPP
Brian Hutner is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with chronic pain.  Prior to joining Parkview Physicians Group in December of 2016, Dr. Hutner was in private practice specializing in assessment, evaluation, and treatment of individuals with a multitude of clinical disorders and stress related difficulties.  Dr. Hutner earned a doctoral degree from Adler University in Chicago, IL and a Master of Science degree from Indiana University in Counseling Psychology. He has also earned a graduate certificate in Cognitive Therapy and Ethno Cultural Treatment.  Dr. Hutner is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM).  He serves as a Specialty Interest Group member for the AAPM in  Pain Psychology. 

Kelly Hutner, PsyD, HSPP

Kelly S. Hutner, Psy.D., HSPP has focused her practice on working with adults, families, and children with emotional and coping difficulties.  Dr. Kelly Hutner has focused her practice on helping client’s move forward through depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress, attention deficit difficulties, and family relationship issues.  Many of her clients have had significant medical concerns or have families with a history of both acute and chronic medical problems leading to coping deficits and grief issues.  Dr. Kelly Hutner completed her Masters and Doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in Chicago, Illinois.  Dr. Kelly Hutner is also a registered yoga teacher (RYT) trained through the Prairie Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training based in Chicago, Illinois.  She teaches yoga, relaxation, and meditation techniques to children, adolescents, and adults. 

 
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.
 
Through the 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 session and complete the evaluation forms will receive a CE certificate via email confirming that 6 Category I CE credits were earned for full day attendance or 3 Category I CE credits were earned for half day attendance.
 
Please note that APA rules require that credit be given only to those who attend the entire workshop session.  Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving early will not receive CE credits.  Partial credit cannot be given.

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.
 
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: Parkview Health System
2200 Randalia Avenue
Fort Wayne, IN 46805