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CONCEPT Professional Training at Palo Alto University Announces Summer Training Institute Focusing on Clinical and Forensic Mental Health

PALO ALTO, Calif., May 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- CONCEPT Professional Training at Palo Alto University, a global leader in online professional training in forensic mental health, is hosting its Summer Training Institute 2019 at Palo Alto University, June 17 to 21.    

Attendees will participate in live workshops taught by internationally renowned experts in forensic mental health. This 5-day professional training opportunity is appropriate for forensic/clinical mental health professionals, law enforcement and correctional professionals, threat assessment professionals, forensic evaluators, legal professionals, social workers, counselors, and those wishing to add forensic evaluation to their clinical practice. These workshops are eligible for Continuing Education (CE) credit by APA, CPA, ASWB, and NBCC. California psychologists, social workers, counselors and MFT's are all eligible for CE's (CEU's).

Want to join but cannot get to Palo Alto? Consider virtual attendance. This year attendees have the option of participating via ZOOM, from the comfort of your personal computer, laptop, tablet or phone for a discounted rate.

Allegations of Alienation or Child Sexual Abuse in Custody Evaluations (June 17th, 2019) Presented by Dr. David Martindale

Assessment of Psychopathy via the CAPP and Clinical Assessment Instruments (June 17th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Martin Sellbom

Risk Management for Custody Evaluators and Court Involved Therapists (June 18th, 2019) Presented by Dr. David Martindale

Using the MMPI-2-RF in Public Safety Personnel Evaluations (June 18th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Martin Sellbom

Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) (June 19th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Yotam Heineberg

Assessing & Managing Risk for Self-Directed Violence (Suicide) (June 19th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Brianne Layden

Diversity Issues in Violence Risk Assessment and Management (June 20th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Stephen Hart

Working with First Responders: What Every Clinician Needs to Know (June 20th, 2019) Presented by Dr. Jamie Bower

Mental Disorder and Violence Risk (June 21st, 2019) Presented by Dr. Stephen Hart

Introduction to Police Psychology (June 21st, 2019) Presented by Dr. Philip Trompetter and Dr. Jaime Brower

For more information on the Summer Training Institute 2019, visit https://www.concept-ce.com/sti2019

About CONCEPT
Consolidated Continuing Education and Professional Training (CONCEPT) provides expert professional training in areas relevant to criminal and civil forensic mental health assessment, correctional, law enforcement, and forensic intervention. CONCEPT's professional training programs are presented by the field's top experts and are based on empirical research and best practices. CONCEPT is dedicated to providing premium professional training, enhanced by technology and e-learning pedagogy, in an accessible online format.

About Palo Alto University 
Palo Alto University (PAU) is dedicated to improving the human condition through excellence in teaching, research and scholarship in the fields of psychology and counseling. With an unwavering commitment to diversity and to the communities it serves, PAU offers doctoral, master's and bachelor's programs, as well as hands-on clinical training. A private, non-profit university, PAU is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). PAU was founded in 1975 as the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology (PGSP), an independent, professional school and was first accredited in 1986 by WASC and has been continuously accredited since then. PGSP re-incorporated as Palo Alto University in August 2009.

MEDIA CONTACT
Robert Parfitt
Email: rob@concept-ce.com
Phone: (888) 709-4448

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