Clinicians’ Attending To Risks for Abuse and Neglect During COVID-19: A Guided Reflection
This webinar outlines the clinical workforce response to risks for abuse and neglect during the COVID 19 pandemic.
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Intended audience: Mental health clinical supervisors or directors, pediatricians and developmental pediatricians, psychiatrists, or academic program leads for clinical training programs.
- Moving from psychotherapeutic goals involving change towards a disaster response modality involving stabilization, normalizing and risk reduction
- Assessing and addressing risk in the era of telehealth and virtual interactions
- Implications for working with parents/caregivers with known or suspected mental health and/or substance abuse disorders
- The burden of caring: addressing compassion fatigue, anxiety and vicarious traumatization for clinicians providing front line services and their supervisors – the importance of reflective practice and availability of reflective supervision
- Resources specific to clinical practice
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- Webinar Resources for Clinicians: Addressing Abuse and Neglect During COVID-19
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