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We are thrilled to announce that UCEBT has been approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor events that provide continuing education credit for psychologists across the United States. This is a significant achievement for us, and we are honored to receive this recognition from the largest professional organization of psychologists in the United States.

The APA's approval of our organization as a sponsor of continuing education credit is a testament to the high-quality educational programs we provide to psychologists. Our organization has demonstrated that we meet or exceed the APA's rigorous standards for continuing education providers. We are proud to be included among the select group of organizations approved by the APA to offer continuing education credit to psychologists.

Since 2020, UCEBT has offered 28 continuing education events. We first started with having our events approved by the Utah Psychological Association and the National Association for Social Workers, Utah Chapter. Then, in 2022, we began adding CE credit approved by the Utah Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the Utah Mental Health Counselors Association, too. Now, in 2023, we are honored to be able to offer our continuing education events to psychologists outside the start of Utah, in addition to continuing to support our Utah mental health professionals.  


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At the end of last year, we sent a poll to mental health professionals in our community to determine which continuing education (CE) topics you’d like to see from us in 2023. One of the most requested topics was regarding Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).

We are excited to present our upcoming CE presentation, “Dissociative Identity Disorder Diagnosis in Adolescents and Young Adults”!

This presentation will address barriers to accurate DID diagnosis, including limitations in research on BIPOC and minority populations, tools to support DID assessment that address potential malingering, and strategies for communicating case conceptualizations to clients, who may have a strong attachment to a DID diagnosis.This talk will also provide a brief overview of evidence-based intervention for individuals with DID and individuals with traits of dissociation, but who do not necessarily fit a DID diagnosis.

Presented by Laura Rowley, Ph.D. from UCEBT and Triona McMaster, LCSW from Life Stone Counseling Centers.

Date: Friday, May 19, 2023
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. MST
Location: Virtual, via Zoom
Cost: Free to attend or $40.00 for 2.0 CEs
CEs: 2.0 CEs pending approval by UPA, NASW-UT, UAMFT, and UMHCA

Register to attend for FREE

Register for $40 and receive 2.0 CE units

Home-Study Option: If you want to receive asynchronous CE credit for this event, make sure you sign up for our mailing list when you register. Within 2 weeks following the event, we'll email you the information for purchasing the home-study version of this presentation for only $20.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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