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The Lunch n Learn webinar series is open to all mental health, education, and other allied health professionals. CE credits from CE-Go, an APA and NY State approved CE sponsor, are fully recognized for credit for psychologists in NY and other jurisdictions and for NY Social Workers. Each live webinar earns 1 CE. 

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  • Fall 2021 webinars to be announced.

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On-Demand Archived Lunch ‘n’ Learn Webinars

Click the VIEW ON DEMAND box to the right to watch any of our recorded webinars on demand. The webinar recordings starting May, 2019 require a $10 fee.

  • DateTitlePresenterAffiliation
  • 01/06/17Motivational Interviewing Within a PCIT FrameworkIan Schere PhDPrivate Practice
  • 01/13/17Teacher-Child Interaction Training (TCIT)Christy Tadros MHCKurtz Psychology Consulting PC
  • 02/24/17School Observations and Daily Report CardsSteven Kurtz PhD ABPPKurtz Psychology Consulting PC
  • 03/24/17Code the Coach: Advancing PCIT CoachingBev Funderburk PhDOUHSCExpired
  • 11/03/17Growth Mindset for Early LearnersSteven Kurtz PhD ABPPKurtz Psychology Consulting PCExpired
  • 01/19/18PMT with older children: What to do when you can't do PCITVasco Lopes PhDColumbia University CUCARDExpired
  • 03/02/18Internet-Delivered PCIT: So Far It Gets a Labeled PraiseJami Furr PhDFlorida International UniversityExpired
  • 04/20/18Problematic Sexual Behavior in YouthPaul Shawler PhDOklahoma University Health Sciences CenterExpired
  • 11/02/18Brave Start: Modular PCIT for Comorbid Anxiety & Disruptive BehaviorSteven Mazza PhDColumbia University CUCARDExpired
  • 11/09/18ADHD: Update of Evidence-Based Assessment & TreatmentSteven Kurtz PhD ABPPKurtz Psychology Consulting PCExpired
  • 12/7/18Same But Different: The Difficult Relationship Between Selective Mutism and Social PhobiaChristina Schwenck PhDUniversity of GiessenExpired
  • 01/11/19Unified Protocols for Youth: Current StatusJill Ehrenreich-May PhDU MiamiExpired
  • 01/18/19Coping Cat: A Gold-Standard CBT for Child AnxietyElaina Zendegui PsyDMount Sinai St. Luke'sExpired
  • 03/15/19Regulation Focused Psychotherapy for ChilldrenTracy Prout PhDYeshiva University
  • 05/17/19Language-Behavior ConnectionsRachel Cortese SLP CCCPrivate PracticeExpired
  • 12/13/19Behavior Therapy for Tourette Syndrome and Tics: What is it? Who is it for? Does it really work?Meir Flancbaum PsyDCenter for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • 1/10/20Medication Issues for Psychologists: How to Maximize Our Role in Combined TreatmentsSteven Kurtz PhD ABPPKurtz Psychology Consulting PC
  • 2/7/20Pediatric OCD: The Good The Bad and The Completely DisgustingRindee Ashcraft PsyDPolaris Family Behavioral Health
  • 2/21/20Telephone-Assisted Phone Coaching for School RefusalElena Zendegui PsyDMt. Sinai St. Lukes
  • 3/13/20Alternatives to PCIT for Compliance Training in Kids with ASDStephanie Lee PsyDChild Mind Institute
  • 3/20/20Crossing the T in PRACTICE: Strategies for Trauma Narrative Completion and Cognitive Processing in TF-CBTLindsay Anderson PsyDCaring Cove
  • 4/6/20Considerations for Neuropsychological Testing for Children with Selective MutismRachel Busman PsyD ABPP and Matthew Pagirsky PsyDChild Mind Institute
  • 4/9/20Managing the Other Side of ADHD: CBT for Secondary CharacteristicsMark Terjesen PhDNorth Coast Psychological Services & St. John's University
  • 4/14/20Keep Your Cool: Helping Parents with Anger and Anxiety in the Time of COVID-19* Ray DiGiuseppe PhD ABPPAlbert Ellis Institute & St. John's University
  • 4/24/20Healthier Healers: Sustaining Ourselves in the Face of Burnout and Secondary Traumatic StressStacy Greeter MDPrivate Practice
  • 5/1/20Too Old? Too Big? Older Child Adaptation of PCITKate Gibson PsyD ABPP & Caroline Harvey Psy DKurtz Psychology Consulting PC
  • 5/1/20Child CBT via Internet: Challenges and Opportunities*Daniela Owen PhDSF Bay Area Center for Cognitive Therapy
  • 5/7/20Remote Psychological Assessment: A Guide for Therapists and EvaluatorsMatt Pagirsky PsyD and Laura Phillips PsyD APBdNChild Mind Institute
  • 5/8/20The Cooperation ChartCheryl McNeil PhDWest Virginia University
  • 5/15/20Telehealth Update for Psychologists & Mental Health ProfessionalsMary Alvord PhDAlvord Baker Associates
  • 6/12/20Time Out: The Controversy That Won't QuitDavid Reitman PhDNova Southeastern University
  • 6/26/20Interjurisdictional Practice: Now and Post-COVIDAlex M. Siegel JD PhDASPPB
  • 7/10/20PCIT in Cases with Developmental Delays and Serious Medical ConditionsMagdalena Romanowicz MDMayo Clinic
  • 7/24/20Treating Picky Eaters: Update on Empirically-Supported CBT InterventionsErica Dashow PhD BCBACenter for CBT
  • 2/5/21Supporting Caregivers of Children with ADHD: An Integrated Parenting ProgramAndrea Chronis-Tuscano PhD & Kelly O'Brien PhDUniversity of Maryland
  • 2/12/21Best Practices in PCIT CoachingLarissa Niec PhDCentral Michigan University and the The Center for Children Families and Communities
  • 3/5/21Mindfulness-Based Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum for Preschool Children: The Hong Kong TrialNelly Tong PhDTungWah GP of Hospitals
  • 3/12/21A PTs Guide to Surviving Zoom as a TherapistAshley Rozek DPTSPEAR Physical Therapy
  • 3/19/21Intensive Outpatient Anxiety Treatment: The McLean Anxiety Mastery Program (MAMP)Yudelki (Judy) Firpo-Perretti PhDMcLean Hospital Harvard Univ
  • 3/26/21Frankfurt Scale for Selective Mutism: A New Validated Tool for Tracing SM Progress*Angelika Gensthaler PhDJustus Liebig University Gießen
  • 4/16/21Media Management: Guiding Parents to Support Healthy Limits for KidsLarry Vitulano PhD and Michael Vitulano PhDYale University
  • 5/7/21Confidentiality & Privilege in Psychotherapy with MinorsBruce V. Hillowe PhD JDPrivate Practice
  • 5/14/21Working with Asian American Families - Opportunities and ChallengesJang Cho MDCultivate Psychiatry
  • 5/28/21Teachers’ Experiences of Teaching Pupils with Selective Mutism*Clare Williams DClin Psych CPsychol AFBPsSBrighton & Hove Inclusion Support Service
  • 6/11/21How To Best Guide Clients Through A DivorceLiz Cohen PhDCenter for CBT in NYC
  • 6/18/21Integrating Diversity Considerations in Child and Family CBT**Omar Gudiño PhD ABPPUniversity of Kansas
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