Rogers Behavioral Health is launching a new two-part webinar series, “Treating trauma during COVID-19.” This free series will feature presentations on the unique challenges of adapting treatment for trauma and PTSD during the COVID-19 pandemic. Each 90-minute webinar will offer the opportunity to earn 1.5 CE credits.
Part one, “Treating trauma during COVID-19: Treatment considerations amid social distancing,” will kick off the new series on Thursday, May 14, at 1 pm ET (12 pm CT / 10 am PT). Led by Chad Wetterneck, PhD, and M.J. Kramer, MD, FAPA, this presentation will help particpants:
- Understand the evidence supporting telehealth treatment
- Learn strategies for adapting treatment to a remote setting
- Recognize techniques for addressing dissociation and other concerns
REGISTER HERE for this webinar.
To wrap up this informative series, Joshua Nadeau, PhD, and Loren Post, PhD, clinical director at Rogers’ newest clinic in Atlanta, will lead “Treating trauma during COVID-19: Factors for adapting treatment to telehealth” on Thursday, May 21, at 1 pm ET (12 pm CT / 10 am PT). During this presentation, you will:
- Learn about the differences between in-person and telehealth treatment approaches
- Examine concerns caused by environmental stressors, such as COVID-19
- Gain an understanding of the impact that relaxed quarantine and stay-at-home orders has on treatment
REGISTER HERE for this webinar
Participants will need to register separately for each webinar in the series. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email from CE-Go, not Rogers. If you do not see this email in your inbox you may need to check your spam/junk folder.