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Childhood Psychological Maltreatment – Essentials for Evidence-Based Counseling
September 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Childhood Psychological Maltreatment –
Essentials for Evidence-Based Counseling
Childhood psychological maltreatment (CPM) is the most widespread and damaging form of child maltreatment; however, it is the least studied form of abuse. Presenters will discuss the long-term psychological and social impact of CPM, the barriers to effectively counsel individuals with CPM histories, and the evidence-based interventions and complementary approaches for comprehensively addressing the issues those with CPM histories experience.
Noon – 1:00 PM CT | September 20th
Presenter: Dr. Justin Watts, Ph.D., NCC
- Review Childhood psychological maltreatment research data collected by Dr. Watts.
- Overview Childhood psychological maltreatment and its relationship to substance use.
- Gain information on barriers to effective counseling with individuals who have experienced Childhood psychological maltreatment.
- Interact with professionals during Q&A.
Zoom Link: https://unt.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0tdOCrrDgtHdC_0iof_voNJyNwkjf2l6xvLinks to an external site.
Zoom Meeting ID: 890 3932 3774
Zoom Meeting Passcode: 706229
Hosted by SSW ATTC partner school the University of North Texas at Denton and Recovery to Practice
1 CEU available