Happy Friday everyone and welcome to the latest edition of CDP News! Looking back over the week, it was another busy one around the Center for Deployment Psychology. We had two teams presenting two separate, but overlapping, events for our University Counseling Center Core Competency program this week. On Wednesday and Thursday, Dr. Holly O’Reilly and Laura Copland traveled down to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to instruct attendees on Cognitive Processing Therapy as part of the UC4-Extended program. Then on Thursday, Dr. Kevin Holloway and Dr. Jenna Ermold visited Illinois State University in Normal, IL to deliver the core UC4 program.
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We’ve reached the end of another week, which means it’s time to review the latest news and look forward to upcoming events in and around the Center for Deployment Psychology in this week’s CDP News. As usual, our training efforts are keeping us busy and out on the road. This week as part of the University Counseling Center Core Competency-Extended program, we headed to Columbus, OH to hold a two-day session on Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) at The Ohio State University. It was a great event, as Dr. Ted Bonar and Dr. Elizabeth Parins. presented to over 100 university counseling center clinicians from all across the country. We’d like to thank all who attended and made it such a rousing success!
Welcome to Friday, the end of another work week and the latest edition of CDP News. As always, we’re taking a look back at the past week as well as future events around the Center for Deployment Psychology. For upcoming trainings, our University Counseling Center Core Competency Extended (UC4-E) program will be visiting Columbus, OH to present Prolonged Exposure Therapy training at The Ohio State University on Wednesday and Thursday, May 8-9. This follow-up training is designed to build upon the instructional foundations that are laid during our standard UC4 course. The two-day session teaches attendees about of the use of specific evidence-based therapies, either Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) or Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).
It’s Friday and that means it’s time for another edition of our weekly roundup of all the happenings in and around the Center for Deployment Psychology, CDP News. This week marked the conclusion of our latest iteration of the eight-day “Topics in Deployment Psychology” course. We’d like to thank all of our participants and presenters, both staff and guests. We certainly couldn’t have done it without you! It’s a lot of work for everyone, but it’s well worth the effort for such successful results. One particular panel of note, after the enthuastic reception it received in our last iteration, we held another panel focusing on lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender in the military. It was a very thought provoking discussion and we’d like to extend a special thank you to all involved in making it happen.
Happy Friday everyone! It’s time to wrap the week up with a look at the latest news and happenings around the Center for Deployment Psychology in this week’s CDP News. We’ve completed five of the eight days of the latest iteration of our “Topics in Deployment Psychology”. It’s been a very good session so far with plenty of great presenters and engaged participants. Our thanks go out to both groups for making it such a success so far.