Increasingly, ADHD has been recognized as an impairment of the brain’s executive functions. Research has demonstrated that for more than half of adolescents and adults with ADHD their functioning is complicated by one or more additional psychiatric disorders. This webinar will describe various types of comorbid disorders often associated with ADHD and will include ways psychologists can take comorbid disorders into account in assessment and treatment of clients with ADHD.
Personality & Biopsychosocial
This webinar focuses on how policy shifts and resources are being used to address mental health and wellness in the military and public safety sectors of the government. It covers precursors to risk, how to conceptualize it in a prevention framework, and initial assessment tools that can be used to identify emerging risk and future behaviors of concern.
Children diagnosed with ADHD have been shown to be at risk for lower-than-expected academic achievement and educational attainment. This intermediate session will help practitioners identify specific impairments and the severity of impact on functioning and enable them to develop targeted interventions.
Introducing an expanded suite of MMPI®-3 public safety reports to meet your personnel selection needs: the new Correctional Candidate Interpretive Report (CCIR), Dispatcher Candidate Interpretive Report (DCIR), Firefighter Candidate Interpretive Report (FCIR), and the updated Police Candidate Interpretive Report (PCIR).
This one-hour webinar will present intriguing findings for a juvenile justice group from the MACI®-II standardization sample vs matched controls. Focusing on how the MACI-II assesses trauma symptoms within the context of emerging personality types, an illustrative case will be presented.
Join us to learn more about the unlimited-use mental health assessment model that’s indispensable to any higher ed counseling center!
This webinar presentation provides a brief overview of the rationale for and methods used to develop the MMPI-A-RF, and the various materials available to score and interpret the test. The test is designed to aid clinicians in identifying a broad array of mental disorders among adolescents in clinical, educational, forensic, and medical settings.
This advanced forensic webinar is intended for practitioners who wish to know more about the benefits of using the MMPI-3 in forensic settings. Join Dr. Martin Sellbom of the University of Otago (New Zealand) as he discusses some general considerations for using the test in forensic psychology practice and offers illustrative case comparisons that demonstrate how using the MMPI-3 can enhance clinical effectiveness and efficiency.
In this webinar, MMPI-3 PCIR co-author and internationally recognized police psychologist David M. Corey discusses the use of the MMPI-3 in law enforcement candidate evaluations.
This webinar presentation provides a brief overview of the MMPI-3, the most up-to-date, newly-normed version of the MMPI. The test co-author will describe the rationale for, and methods used to develop the MMPI-3, as well as materials available to score and interpret the MMPI-3 in mental health, medical, forensic, and public safety settings. The webinar will finish with an author Q&A session.