The Clinical Counseling Psychology Program, in conjunction with the Aaron T. Beck Institute for Cognitive Studies, hosts internationally recognized psychologists and psychiatrists during its annual clinical workshop series on cognitive therapy.
The goal of workshops is to provide mental health professionals, Assumption College students, and the community at large with expert information about cognitive therapy and its efficacy in resolving problems in daily living. Intensive instruction is provided in clinical topics that enhance the professional skills of Mental Health Counselors and Social Workers. Three Continuing Education Units are (CEUs) are offered for professionals attending each event.
Don't miss our next Fall 2017 Workshop:
Friday, October 13, 2017, 12:30pm - 4:00pm
"Parent training for families of children with ADHD and co-occurring conduct problems"
Presenter: Jeffrey S. Danforth, Ph.D.
Jeffrey S. Danforth, Ph.D. is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychological Science at Eastern Connecticut State University. He conducts research on child behavior therapy, with a focus on parent training for families of children with co-morbid ADHD/Conduct Problems. Dr. Danforth created the curriculum for the Child Psychology program at ECSU and teaches courses such as Psychopathology of Childhood and Current Research in Child Psychology. He was a Clinical Psychologist with a private practice for 29 years.
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