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Managing MHP Challenges CE Part 2
Saturday, December 11, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Category: Continuing Education

If you’re facing challenges in your professional life, you’re not alone. Join us for an interactive presentation exploring ways to manage helplessness and other challenges faced by mental health professionals, both unique to the present moment and beyond.

This CE will be held in two parts of 3 hours each, on December 4th & 11th, for a total of 6 hours that complete the legal licensing requirement. These two 3-hour virtual Zoom workshops will be held entirely online and are not available as recordings.

Dr. Frankel’s workshops will include his previous presentation on dealing with helplessness, which was highly valued by past attendees. This 40-minute section of the presentation will be repeated for this CE, and the remaining 5 hours and 20 minutes will be dedicated to managing mental health professional challenges. Dr. Frankel will lecture, but also open the floor to attendees to share their own past challenges. He will then lead group discussion of management techniques based on these challenges.

Please click here to register.

Prices:

  • Non-members: $180.00 for both workshops
  • Members: $160.00 for both workshops
  • Students: $50.00 for both workshops

About the Presenter: Dr. A. Steven Frankel is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist and attorney at law and the founding President and Curriculum Director of the Steve Frankel Group (SFG). He currently teaches as a Clinical Professor of Psychology for USC and works as Past President of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. He is committed to teaching, continuing to hold over 50 workshops per year for continuing education in law and ethics for mental health professionals. Dr. Frankel’s experience includes:

  • Diplomate in both Clinical and Forensic Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology
  • Received the USC Award for Teaching Excellence, Outstanding Teacher Award, as well as a similar award from his state professional society
  • Published over 50 articles and book chapters
  • Spoken at local, national, and international conferences on trauma and dissociation
  • Adjunct Professor of Law at Golden Gate University School of Law, teaching courses on healthcare policy, mental disorders, and the law and regulation of healthcare practice

Contact: Andrew Schwartz: [email protected]