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How Do People Become Violent and How Do They Get Better?

In this Webinar:  In this enlightening webinar, Dr. James Garbarino, a leading expert on violence, will present a developmental perspective on human violence with special focus on youth violence in the United States. He will address the developmental impact of childhood trauma and adversity on acts of human violence. He will further explore the role… Read more »

988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Now Active Across the United States!

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Watch the webinar here! In this Webinar:  This free webinar will address how the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline works and answer these vital questions: – What happens when people call, text, or chat with 988? – How does ​reaching out to the 988 Lifeline assist a person thinking about suicide ? – Can someone… Read more »

Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Supporting Students in the Mental Health Field

In this Webinar:  There is a lack of racial and ethnic minorities in the field of psychology, with some estimates showing that the psychologists consist of up to 88% white individuals in the workforce.  This webinar will closely examine this lack of diversity and the multiple implications that it has on the mental health field… Read more »

We Are Intraconnected: Living Into the Wholeness of Life

In this Webinar:  What does it mean to be intraconnected? In weaving the internal and external, the subjective and objective, this webinar with Dr. Dan Siegel will reveal how modern culture, as well as how our brain is wired, may give us a message of separation as a solo, isolated self. Yet a wider perspective… Read more »

Understanding Our Emotional Triggers

In this Webinar:  This special CE webinar aims to answer three essential questions: What are your emotional triggers? Where do your triggers come from? How can you best handle your triggers and shift your reactions to be more adaptive? We all have those moments when all of a sudden one statement or action directed toward… Read more »

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Key Principles of Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

In this Webinar:  This webinar has been developed for both professionals, who work with people with OCD, as well as for people dealing with OCD themselves or with loved ones and want to better understand OCD and how they can get relief from their symptoms In this webinar, Dr. Zamir will give an overview of the key principles involved in the gold standard… Read more »

The Role of Death Anxiety on Attitudes and Behavior Aroused by the Pandemic

In this Webinar:  This webinar with Dr. Sheldon Solomon, one of the founders of TMT (Terror Management Theory), will focus on how existential anxieties aroused by the Covid-19 pandemic have had a pervasive effect on attitudes, behavior, and physical and psychological well-being. Terror management theory is focused on the role that awareness of death plays… Read more »

How to Deal with Anger

In this Webinar:  Anger is often treated as an unhealthy or unacceptable emotion that people should aim to avoid. Yet,  feeling our anger, like all emotions, provides us with valuable information. Anger is a natural and important part of being human. In this webinar, Dr. Lisa Firestone will explore how individuals can gain a deeper… Read more »

Challenging the Fantasy Bond

Watch the Webinar   SEE SLIDES FROM THE WEBINAR HERE   Challenging the Fantasy Bond: New Book Now Available! This much-anticipated follow-up to the critically-acclaimed and bestselling The Fantasy Bond tackles the complex question of why so many of us are compelled to repeat the pain of our past while avoiding positive experiences that could enrich… Read more »

A Deep Dive Into Living Life on Purpose

Watch Now:   In This Webinar: Purpose is one of our most underutilized natural resources.  When was the last time you thought about what your purpose in life is?  Knowing and living for what matters most can bolster our well-being and change our lives. In this presentation, we will explore: How do we find our… Read more »