1 CE Hr
presented by Christopher D. Streeter, MD
This session is for providers with experience diagnosing and treating ADHD, as we will jump right into management. The primary focus will be on discussing co-morbidities through the lens of psychopharmacology. The more the clinician knows about the pharmacologic (and psychotherapeutic) treatments, the more artistic they can become when there are hiccups with routine management.
Current Trends in the Diagnosis & Treatment of ADHD in the Adult Years
presented by Sam Goldstein, PhD
Despite hundreds of years of documented history of adults with challenges related to attention, restlessness and impulse control, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has up until very recently been historically considered a child disorder, one that children eventually outgrow. Over the last forty years there has been consistent emerging research to suggest that ADHD is a life time condition that while some adults with histories of ADHD are minimally adversely affected in adult life. Others struggle to a significant degree, experiencing a broad range of co-occurring mental health, lifestyle, relationship, educational and vocational challenges. In this presentation, Dr. Goldstein will provide a foundation of the current theories underlying the biological, cognitive and behavioral bases of ADHD in adulthood, the types of impairments experienced across a broad range of life activities and method to reliably assess ADHD and the many comorbid conditions presenting with it. The session will include an overview of current treatment methods from a multi-modal/multi-disciplinary perspective.
2 CE Hrs
High-Intensity Culturally-Informed Diagnosis & Treatment of Pediatric ADHD in Integrated Primary Carepresented by Trista Perez Crawford, PhD
In this session, we will discuss how to approach diagnosing ADHD in a variety of settings, incorporating assessments of comorbid conditions. We will discuss culture and how it may impact diagnosis and treatment decision-making. We will then discuss evidenced-based treatments and those with less support.
A total of 5.0 CE hours available for attending all underlined sessions above.
Credits may be earned on a session-by-session basis, too.
Learning objectives & instructional level for presentations.
Christopher D. Streeter, MD, is a child psychiatrist at St. Luke's Children’s Center for Neurobehavioral Medicine. He has broad experience with individual, family, and systems-based neurobehavioral issues, and has a passion for transforming children suffering from mental illness and enjoys seeing his patients recover from adversity, trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other issues.
Dr. Streeter has a strong interest in education and is an assistant professor of psychiatry at the Idaho College of Medicine. He is also an adjunct instructor for the University of Washington psychiatry residency programs.
Dr. Streeter began his career in the Navy/Marine Corps, at one point serving a tour in Afghanistan as a forward deployed psychiatrist. His awards include the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and Air Force Commendation Medal. In addition to his military commendations, St. Luke’s has honored him with the President’s Award for outstanding service to his patients.
Sam Goldstein, PhD, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He has authored over fifty trade and science texts, as well as over three dozen science based book chapters and thirty peer reviewed research articles. He has also co-authored ten psychological tests.
Dr. Goldstein currently serves as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Attention Disorders and sits on the editorial boards of six peer reviewed journals. He has three books and four psychological tests in development.
He has lectured to thousands of professionals and the lay public in the U.S., South America, Asia, Australia and Europe.
Trista Perez Crawford, PhD, is a child psychologist at Children's Mercy Hospital (CMH) Pediatric Care Clinic and Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine. She serves as the Director of CMH's Summer Treatment Program for ADHD and is the Psychological Services lead for Pediatric Care's ADHD Clinic. She earned her PhD at the University of Alabama-Birmingham.
In addition to child psychology and ADHD, her other practice interests are Behavior Therapy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Assessment and Therapy for Spanish Speaking Families.
This event is intended for post-doctorate-level psychologists; however, other licensed health and mental health providers are welcome to attend. The Convention is sponsored by the Idaho Psychological Association. The Idaho Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Idaho Psychological Association maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
PsychologistsA total of 5.0 continuing education credits are available to psychologists for full attendance of this event. CE credit may be earned on a session-by-session basis; the credit available for each individual session is listed on the Schedule above.
Other health/mental health professionalsThis activity provides a total of 5.0 contact hours. Attendance letters will be provided. Contact your licensing board or professional association for your specific CE requirements.
IMPORTANT INFO ON ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION & MORECE credit/attendance letters will be provided to individuals who attend each session in its entirety. Comfort/lunch breaks are included in the schedule. This activity will be held via Zoom. Your attendance will be verified electronically. On the day of the event, when you click on the Zoom link, you will be asked to register your name and email address so we will be able to recognize the device you are using.
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