Psychologists as Learning Leaders: Hindsight, Insight, and Foresight
Presented to KAPA on December 6, 2022
Sandra Shullman, Ph.D.
Supporting Your Clients with Cancer
Presented to KAPA on September 19, 2022
Denise Stillman, Ph.D., Debra Sullivan, Ph.D.
Cultural Insights: Mental Health and the Latinx Population
Presented to KAPA on June 21, 2022
Yolanda Rodriguez, Ph.D.
Recognizing "Pink Flags" and Other Clinical Signs: Refining the Road Map for Identifying Autism Spectrum Disorder
Presented to KAPA on April 12, 2022
Kira Armstrong, Ph.D., ABPP
Tennessee Laws and Rules on Licensure: Updates and Issues
Presented to KAPA on March 1, 2022
Pam Auble, Ph.D., APPB
Should I Take This Case? The Ethics of Referrals
Presented to KAPA on December 7, 2021
Julie Gallagher, Psy.D., APPB
Borderline Personality Disorder: A Conceptual Framework and Implications for Treatment
Presented to KAPA on September 28, 2021
Monica Johnson, Psy.D.
The Six Keys to Distance Therapy: Essentials of Ethical and Legal Telehealth Practice
Presented to KAPA on July 19, 2021
Terry A. Casey, Ph.D.
Cultural Considerations When Interacting with Jewish Patients, Students, and Colleagues
Presented to KAPA on June 29, 2021
Eliyahu Reich, Ph.D. Memphis VA Medical Center
Treatment of Insomnia and Related Sleep Disorders
Presented to KAPA on April 27, 2021
C. Keith Hulse, Ph.D. MCSP, ABSM Behavioral Medicine Institute
pdf available upon request
Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Importance Of Assessing And Addressing Trauma
Presented to KAPA on February 23, 2021
Caleb Corwin, Ph.D.
University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Center of Excellence for Children in State’s Custody
Dual Law and Ethics Presentations:
Laws, Rules and Regulations, and Ethics of the Board of Examiners in Psychology
Presented to KAPA on December 9, 2020
Todd M. Moore, PhD
Duality Happens: Ethics and Multiple Relationships in Psychological Practice
Michael C. Hawthorne, PhD