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- CEs: 5 Core Education Clock Hours for Psychologists (through APA) or 5 "Related" Continuing Education Hours for Counselors (through LPCA of GA), Social Workers (through GSCSW) & Marriage and Family Therapists (through GAMFT).
- Format: On-Demand Webinar (“Asynchronous”) ~ At your leisure to be viewed at your own pace. You may pause, rewind, and fast forward at any point during the videos. You are in complete control of how you view this workshop. It also comes with a PowerPoint and references. There is a quiz at the end to ensure viewing and required by all CE approval organizations.
- Investment: $115
Important CEU Information (Updated 10/20/20)
On-Demand Webinars: Defined as “asynchronous” workshops that are prerecorded, and you may watch them at your leisure on your own time.
The Georgia Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists:
For Masters Licensed Therapists, both On-Demand ("Asynchronous") Webinars and "Related" hours are allowed to comprise up to 15 hours of the total 35 hours required per renewal period (10 hours of On-Demand are expressly permitted, and the extra 5 would be your optional Independent Study hours). Therefore, this workshop would be counted as part of your allotted 15 "Related Hours." Please see our Live Webinars for Core and Ethics hours. For details regarding this new rule from the Secretary of State, click here.
The Georgia Board of Psychologists:
Has approved Live Webinars and On-Demand Webinars to be counted the same as live workshops for the remainder of this renewal period (including Ethics!!!). We are still awaiting The Board’s decision regarding the next renewal cycle.
- Explain the basic science of sleep and dispel myths – some clinician-instilled – that might be interfering with clients’ sleep.
- Discuss the most common sleep disorders, how they present in non-medical clinical practice, and the intersection of sleep and psychopathology.
- Discuss the main components of cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia and demonstrate the application of CBT-I principles to different types of insomnia clients through case studies.
- Explore where clinicians get stuck with CBT-I and demonstrate treatment tweaks that have worked.
- Discuss recent approaches to insomnia treatment such as Mindfulness-Based Therapy for Insomnia and the transdiagnostic approach and how they can be integrated into a CBT-I practice.
Chronic insomnia is a common disorder that will strike up to 30% of the population and does not discriminate by gender, race, or socioeconomic status. Although cognitive-behavioral treatment for insomnia (CBT-I) is a first-line treatment recommendation, certified practitioners can be difficult to find, as are training opportunities. Come learn the basics of CBT-I and how to overcome common treatment roadblocks from one of Georgia’s only certified behavioral sleep medicine specialists who has a full-time practice specializing in it.
Presented by: Anne Bartolucci, Ph.D., C.B.S.M.
Anne Bartolucci, Ph.D., C.B.S.M. is a licensed psychologist and a certified behavioral sleep medicine specialist. She started her professional career as the clinical director of a sleep disorders center and founded Atlanta Insomnia & Behavioral Health Services, P.C. in 2010 in order to focus specifically on the intersection of sleep and psychopathology. At any one time, approximately 80-90% of her caseload time consists of patients with insomnia.
Dr. Bartolucci is a sought-after speaker and conference panelist and has taught workshops and classes for several organizations such as the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, the Atlanta School of Sleep Medicine, and the Georgia Psychological Association. She is also adjunct faculty at Emory University and lectures to the fellows and psychology graduate students. She is the author of two nonfiction books - Business Basics for Private Practice: A Guide for Mental Health Practitioners (2017; Routledge) and Better Sleep for the Overachiever, which she released this spring. Finally, she has a not-so-secret other life as a fiction author under the pen name Cecilia Dominic, and sleep and its mysteries keep sneaking into her storylines.
5 Core or Related CE Clock Hours:
- Psychologists: The Knowledge Tree (TKT) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. TKT maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
- Counselors: This workshop was originally approved for 5 core hours through the Licensed Professional Counselors Association (LPCA) of Georgia, approval #2020-10-14-180AW; this workshop now counts as Related Hours per Georgia Composite Board Rule 135-9-.01.
- Social Workers: This workshop was originally approved for 5 core hours through the Georgia Society for Clinical Social Work, approval #060420; this workshop now counts as Related Hours per Georgia Composite Board Rule 135-9-.01.
- Marriage & Family Therapists: This workshop was originally approved for 5 core hours through the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, approval #087-2020; this workshop now counts as Related Hours per Georgia Composite Board Rule 135-9-.01.
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