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The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) is offering a two-day evidence-based workshop on the fundamentals of "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)." This training will be held on 18-19 February 2020, from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Eastern via Second Life. Registration for the course is $45 and comes with 13.5 CEs. (Please note the refund and CE policies at the bottom of the page.) Space in this event is limited and registration will close when capacity is reached, even if this is before the final registration deadline.
Participants will need to have an account in Second Life and install the Second Life viewer on their computer in order to take part. Those who don't have a Second Life account can create one and download the Second Life viewer here: http://secondlife.com/support/downloads/.
Click on the gold "Join Now" button at the top of the Second Life page to create an account and click the "Download the SL Viewer" button to install the Second Life Viewer on your computer.
Also, a functioning microphone is MANDATORY to attend, in order to participate in the role-play sessions. Headphones are also HIGHLY recommended to provide the optimal experience.
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Description: This two-day workshop provides training in the assessment and treatment of deployment related sleep disturbance with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), an evidence-based approach to treating sleep problems. It covers the rates and types of sleep problems identified in the military population, highlights current research findings on this topic, and reviews clinical strategies and interventions. The instructors teach skills for using Stimulus Control and Sleep Restriction to treat insomnia, and Imagery Rehearsal Therapy to address nightmares. Military case examples are incorporated to illustrate key concepts and techniques. Participants are expected to do role-plays in class to practice CBT-I techniques, and they must attend both days in full. For more information on the course content, please click here.
Participants will be required to have a Second Life account and install the Second Life viewer on their computer. Those who do not have a Second Life account can sign up and download the viewer here: http://secondlife.com/support/downloads/. Click the gold "Join Now" at the top of the page to create an account and click the "Download the SL Viewer" button to get the Second Life viewer.
If you are unfamiliar with Second Life, we HIGHLY recommend watching these brief orientation videos we have created to introduce Second Life to new participants.
Participants are also required to attend one of the pre-event "open houses" held online in Second Life. This is to ensure that participants can successfully log into Second Life, enter the training space, hear the presenter and speak with them via their computer's microphone. Participants will not need to attend for the entire "open house," just a portion of the two-hour window. Participants must attend this "open house" session from the computer and Internet connection they intend to use for the training.
The scheduled times for the "open houses" will be announced when registration begins.
If you participate in the Star Behavioral Health Providers (SBHP) program and want to register for this online EBP workshop, please note that it will not qualify as an SBHP Tier 3. While you are welcome to attend the training, your participation will not be tracked by SBHP, nor listed on the SBHP registry.
CE details are being finalized. Once they have been finalized, this section will be updated. The information below is from previous instances and is provided for informational purposes only. Mental healthcare providers are eligible to receive 13.5 CEs upon completion of this training. CEs for partial participation will not be awarded. CMEs for medical providers or psychiatrists are not available. CEs will be provided through PESI, Inc. For eligible disciplines and recognizing bodies, please click here or the "CE Details" button at the top of the page. For a detailed outline/agenda of the course, please click here.
Attendees will have ten business days after the last day of the training to complete their program evaluations to receive CEs from PESI. Once all requirements are met, certificates will be emailed to participants within four to six weeks after the event.
Please note that for this workshop we are unable to offer APA continuing education (CE) credits through our CE partner PESI. Instead, PESI is offering Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) CME credits, which are acceptable to most state licensing boards for psychologists. Please be sure to check the requirements for your state and retain any documentation associated with the training. We apologize for any inconvenience.
For CE-related questions only, please contact Chelsea Stickley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any other questions or technical issues, please contact Mr. Aric Bowie (email@example.com), Mr. Chris Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Mr. Phil Thompkins (email@example.com).