Webinars


IPA Webinars

Upcoming Live Webinars

The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) offers live webinars for continuing education (CE) category I credit. We utilize Zoom Webinar which can be accessed on your PC or Mac and via a mobile app (search Zoom Webinar in your app store - available for IOS, Android, and Windows Phone).
IPA will host live webinars on the third Wednesday or Friday monthly starting in January.  Time of webinars to be 12:00 p.m.-1:00  Eastern Time.  Registration is open for those webinars shown in blue below.


10/21/2022:  Dr. Noelany Pelc  - Self-Care and Burnout:  Centering Intersecting Identities as Contributing Factors
11/18/2022:  Dr. Julie Steck & Dr. Amanda McKinney - Sexual Diversity in Individuals with Autism and ADHD
12/16/2022:  Dr. Melissa Butler - A topic related to suicide
1/20/2023:  Dr. Michael Slavkin - What Every Counselor Needs to Know About Youth Firesetting
2/17/2023:  Dr. Jenna Cacciola & Dr. - Understanding Neurodivergence Across the Lifespan: The dangers of dismissing diagnosis without data
3/17/2023:  Dr. Amanda Wakefield - Bringing Pain Rehabilitation to Indiana: Process and Progress


We would love to have you consider presenting a webinar alone or with a colleague. We plan to have a webinar each month and are always interested in members' input. If there is another topic that is of interest to you, feel free to develop that idea.

If you have interest in providing a webinar to your colleagues, please contact Emily Roth (eroth@childrensresourcegroup.com), Julie Steck (jsteck@childrensresourcegroup.com), or Connie Vore (admin@indianapsychology.org).

 

Past IPA Webinars
IPA members may watch recorded webinars free as a privilege of membership.  The links to the recorded webinars are provided in the (new) Members Only>Recorded IPA Webinars page of the website.  Members may self-report that they watched the recorded webinar for Category II CE credit.  Alternatively, 2021+ webinars are also now available for Homestudy, offering Category I credit. See the IPA Continuing Education (CE) Homestudy page for more information.

 

2022
Intersection of ASD and Mental Health: An Update (1/21/2022)
Three Evidence-Based Strategies for Treating Social Anxiety Disorder (3/18/2022)
A Psychiatrist's Humbling Encounters With Marginalized Populations: Case Scenarios (4/20/2022)
Understanding Patients' Financial Stress: Assessment and Treatment Strategies (5/20/2022)
Integrating Emotion Focused Couples Therapy and Gottman Method Couples Therapy (6/17/2022)
Using Principles from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Insomnia (7/22/2022)
Evidenced-Based Treatment of PTSD: Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy (8/19/2022)

2021
Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Misunderstood and Understood: Deafness and Hearing Impairments Across the Life Span (Part 2) (10/15/2021)
Deaf and Hard of Hearing: Misunderstood and Understood: Deafness and Hearing Impairments Across the Life Span (Part 1) (9/17/2021)
The Effect of Social Media on Mental Health (8/20/2021)
Use of Interpreters for Mental Health Treatment (7/9/2021)
Caring for the Wounds of Racial Trauma (for Ourselves and Our Clients) (6/30/2021)
Assessment and Treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (5/26/2021)
Long COVID: Red Flag Issues for Psychologists (4/21/2021)
Humbling Psychopharmacology Case Scenarios in Youth & Adults (3/17/2021)
Immediacy at the Intersection of Impulse Control Disorders and Pandemics (2/19/2021)

Testing by Telehealth: Ongoing Considerations for Assessment (1/15/2021)


2020
Providing Affirming Mental Health Care for LGBTQ+ Youth (12/9/2020)
Evaluation of Young Children  (10/16/2020)

Evaluating Cognition in Children with Complex Medical Conditions (9/18/2020)
Psychotherapy with African American clients: Foundations, Frameworks, and Phases (8/21/2020)
Clinical High Risk for Psychosis (6/19/2020)
Cultural Diversity:  Strategies for Developing a Therapeutic Alliance with African Americans (5/15/2020)
Applying Telepsychology (5/6/2020)
Evaluation of Children and Adolescents with Sensory Impairments (4/15/2020)

Diagnosis & Treatment of Pediatric Headaches (3/20/2020)

Psychological Respons
e to Mass Casualty Trauma (2/21/2020)
Identifying Dyslexia and Navigating Educational Resources
(1/31/2020)

2019               
Diagnosis and Treatment of Eating Disorders (Wednesday, 12/18/19)   
Treating Adolescent Self-Harm and Suicidal Behavior with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (8/21/19)
Overview of DBT (6/19/19) 

DBT Series Mindfulness
DBT Series Distress Tolerance
DBT Series Emotion Regulation
DBT Series Interpersonal Effectiveness

Childhood Mental Health Disorders (Wednesday, 4/17/19) 
Neuropsychological Considerations in Treatment (2/15/19)

2018
Diversity (10/19/18)
Telepsychology (8/17/18)
Anxiety in Young Adults (5/18/18)
Sexual Issues in the Perinatal Period (2/16/18)


2017
Trauma and Addiction (10/20/17)
The Mindset of Suicide: Implications for Earlier Detection and Prevention (8/18/17)
Mental Health Issues on the Rise among College Students (5/19/17)
ASD and More: Autism and Co-Existing Conditions Disabled (2/17/17)

2016
Family-Based Treatment of Eating Disorders in Children (10/21/16)
Social Anxiety, Shyness and Social Success (8/19/16)


National Register Webinars 
The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) has also partnered with the National Register to offers live webinars for continuing education (CE) credit at a discount for eligible members. 

IPA New, Premier, Platinum, and Emeritus-Practicing Members receive a 50% discount on National Register LIve Webinars.  Use code shared via e-mail.

You can find recorded National Register webinars on their CE site: https://ce.nationalregister.org/. The National Register office can be reached at 202-783-7663 if you have any questions or need additional help. Please note that the recorded episodes are not eligible for the discounted rate.