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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Please browse the list below to view my upcoming events. More events are added each month, so check back often!

Interested in a training topic for your mental health staff or   employees? Please reach out to Diane to discuss your training needs.

 

    Please Note:

  • All event times are Central Standard Time (CST)

  • CEU STATEMENT: Diane Bigler is an approved CEU provider with the Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board (BSRB). Diane's provider number is 22-007. All of Diane's trainings are guaranteed to be accepted by the BSRB, and likely other state licensing boards as well.

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Ethics of Transference & Countertransference

LIVE VIRTUAL WEBINAR

Friday, August 30th 
9:00 am - 12:15 pm

3 Ethics CEU's


Cost: $45





Diagnosis & Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

LIVE VIRTUAL WEBINAR

Thursday, September 12, 2024
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

6 Diagnosis & Treatment CEUs

Cost $90

 

Diagnosis & Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, July 24, 2024

9:00am - 4:30 pm CST

6 Diagnosis & Treatment CEUs

Course Summary:

Course Summary: How do we help our clients move from worried to well? Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in the United States in both adults and children. This workshop will present learners with a review of diagnostic formulation of assessment and key domains of anxiety assessment. Specific anxiety-based screening and assessment measures will be shared as resources. Treatment approaches based in evidenced-based research will be included. After reviewing anxiety assessment, focus will shift to treatment approaches. The vicious cycle of anxiety will be reviewed, and strategies such as mindfulness and cognitive restructuring will be examined. Core CBT targets and interventions will demonstrate the power of cognitive therapy to alleviate anxiety symptoms and distress. Learners will identify specific anxiety-based interventions by viewing videos on developing a panic formulation, worry postponement, and exposure therapy. Additional concrete strategies such as distress tolerance, urge surfing, and self-compassion will provide clinicians with eclectic and empirically-validated treatment approaches to move your clients from worried to well.

Learning Objectives:

1. Discover best practices in clinical assessment and diagnosis of anxiety disorders according to DSM-5-TR criteria.

2. Distinguish classifications and symptomology of each anxiety disorder in DSM-5-TR.

2. Formulate and employ appropriate therapeutic skills to support with, assess, and intervene with clients who have anxiety disorders.

3. Identify at least three evidenced-based treatment models for addressing anxiety disorders.

4. Demonstrate increased confidence in proper assessment and individualization of treatment approaches for anxiety-based disorders.

5. List at least three specific anxiety interventions to employ with clients.

6. Name at least two areas of clinical practice growth in assessing, diagnosising, and treating individuals with anxiety disorders.

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