Happy holidays and welcome to this week’s edition of CDP News! Before we take off for Christmas, we’ve got a few things to cover. First up, today is the final day to register for the CDP’s inaugural UC4-e program to be held at San Diego State University, January 10-11. This session will focus on providing training in Prolonged Exposure Therapy to individuals who have previously participated in our UC4 program. If you can’t make it to this one, we’ve got other events on the calendar and we’ll be adding more in the future. Keep an eye on our UC4-e page to stay up to date on our current schedule.
Just because we’re not out on the road in person, doesn’t mean there aren’t still opportunities to get some valuable CDP training! Visit ourOnline Courses section for a slate of self-paced instructional course. They’re all available to take for free or for a fee, you can also get Continuing Education credits. It’s a great resource for behavioral health providers interested in working with the military or civilian world.
If you haven’t already, please take a moment to follow the CDP on Facebook, Twitter or Linked In. It’s an easy way to stay up to date on all our happenings here at CDP as well as the interesting stories and events we come across online.
Finally, don’t forget to check out some of the other great posts we’ve had on the blog this week. Dr. Heather Anson talked about her shift in responsibilities and outlook when changing from outpatient to inpatient behavioral healthcare and CDP’s resident librarian Shirl Kennedy put together another edition of the Research Update, packed with all the latest news, journal articles and useful links from around the web. That’s all we’ve got for this week. Merry Christmas and happy holidays from all of us here at the CDP!