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UPCOMING EVENTS


Helpful resources during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Mental Health Awareness Flyer

NJ Mental Health Cares       866-202-HELP (4357)                                  Suicide Helpline 1-855-NJ Hopeline (654-6735)

Domestic Violence Hotline  1-800- 572-SAFE (7233)                               Addictions Hotline 1-844- REACH NJ (732-2465)

Download the Mental Health Flyer in English by clicking here. A Spanish version of the flyer may be found by clicking here.


Fall Program Sunday, October 3, 2021—Zoom Webinar
Parent Training for Child Behavior Management

Presenter:  Aryeh Berlin, Psy.D.

PROGRAM:

Child-rearing is ranked among the top stressors, especially when dealing with behavioral challenges. Behavioral
problems in children have likely been exacerbated due to the added stresses of COVID-19. This presentation will address childhood behavioral challenges. Considerations in diagnosis will be presented as well as evidence-based treatment and parenting training options.

PRESENTER:

Aryeh Berlin, Psy.D. earned a Psy.D. from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology. He completed his internship at South Shore Mental Health in Massachusetts. He currently has a private practice with locations in Nutley and Lakewood. In his practice, he focuses on childhood emotional and behavioral disorders and well as school-related issues.

Learning Objectives:   This workshop is designed to help participants:

  1. Present the current research regarding childhood behavioral problems
  2. Develop an understanding of why children have behavioral challenges- from a developmental and diagnostic perspective
  3. Describe empirically validated treatment approaches and parenting training programs.
  4. Learn how to apply these treatment and parenting approaches.
  5. Learn how to effectively engage these children and their parents in treatment.
  6. Identify and explore how empirically validated treatments can be utilized in internet based therapy.

 

Zoom Webinar:  Please register in advance for the Zoom webinar at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PSb8Jz-eRze6Zl76okk36w

10:30 — 10:45 AM       NCAP Annual Business Meeting
10:45 –11:00  AM       Welcome and orientation
11:00 —  1:00  PM        Program

NCAP Members and Students – No Charge • Guests/Non-NCAP members $30

2 CE credits available for psychologists (add’l. charge):  Payment for CE is to be made online only, to NJPA after the program. NJPA members $15; sustaining members N/C. NJPA non-members $25. After the program, you can remit payment to NJPA online using a link to be distributed at the program, after which you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the CE evaluation form.

Guests/Non-NCAP members*:  payment can be made through Zelle to NCAP and cell #201-218-0430, or by check made out to NCAP and mailed to:  NCAP, 8 Cricket Lane, Woodcliff Lake, NJ  07677.

*Guests/Non-NCAP members, please include your email address with your payment so you can receive instructions for joining the Zoom webinar.

RSVP by September 26. Refund available only if cancellation received by October 1.

This program is co-sponsored by NJPA and NCAP. NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content. This program qualifies for 2 C.E. credit hours for psychologists. Intended audience:  Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, mental health professionals, graduate students. *Please note that due to issues of confidentiality, the presentation is open only to people in the field.Program sophistication:  Intermediate—some basic knowledge of the specific content is required.The presenter has no commercial support or conflict of interest for this program.NJPA does not endorse the presented material as the only approach to a given area of study or therapeutic approach.NJPA ensures that permission to use proprietary information, and steps to safeguard such information, are discussed with presenters at NJPA co-sponsored programs. No materials (physical or electronic) provided to attendees at such programs may be shared.

JOIN NCAP!  Annual Membership $50.  http://northeastnjpsychassoc.org/

References:

  • Çelik, S., Diken, İ. H., Çolak, A., Arıkan, A., Aksoy, F., & Tomris, G. (2016). Effectiveness of the preschool version of the first step to success early intervention program for preventing antisocial behaviors. Kuram ve Uygulamada Eğitim Bilimleri/Educational Sciences: Theory & Practice, 16(2), 511–535. https://doi.org/10.12738/estp.2016.2.0317
  • England-Mason, G., & Gonzalez, A. (2020). Intervening to shape children’s emotion regulation: A review of emotion socialization parenting programs for young children. Emotion, 20(1), 98–104. https://doi.org/10.1037/emo0000638
  • Gurwitch, R. H., Salem, H., Nelson, M. M., & Comer, J. S. (2020). Leveraging parent–child interaction therapy and telehealth capacities to address the unique needs of young children during the COVID-19 public health crisis. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12(S1), S82–S84.
  • Seeley, J. R., Small, J. W., Feil, E. G., Frey, A. J., Walker, H. M., Golly, A., & Forness, S. R. (2018). Effects of the first step to success intervention on preschoolers with disruptive behavior and comorbid anxiety problems. School Mental Health: A Multidisciplinary Research and Practice Journal, 10(3), 243–253.
  • Lochman, J. E., & Wells, K. C. (2004). The Coping Power Program for Preadolescent Aggressive Boys and Their Parents: Outcome Effects at the 1-Year Follow-Up. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 72(4), 571–578. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-006X.72.4.571

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