Camilo Ortiz Recorded Webinar: A gentle introduction to Behavioral Parent Training for disruptive behavior in preschool and school age children
Original Air Date: March 4, 2022
Disruptive behavior in children is the most common source of referral to mental health providers, yet many clinicians do not know how to treat these problems. This webinar will cover the core parenting skills that compose most evidence-based behavioral parent training interventions for disruptive behavior in children. We will go over why children misbehave and how parents often inadvertently reinforce misbehavior. More importantly, we will cover the most important skills that are taught across all of the best researched parent training interventions, with a particular focus on the controversial skill of Time Out. Attendees will leave knowing how to teach parents some of these core skills as well as how to attain the next steps in knowledge and training.
About the Presenter:
Director of Clinical Training and Associate Professor of psychology at LIU-Post in Long Island, New York, Dr. Ortiz specializes in parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders. Dr. Ortiz received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1999 and completed a pre-doctoral internship at Montefiore Medical Center and a postdoctoral research fellowship at Stony Brook before joining the faculty at LIU-Post in 2001. He teaches the full year statistics sequence in the doctoral program in clinical psychology as well as clinical classes that focus on cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and evidence-based treatment of children and adolescents. Dr. Ortiz is a licensed psychologist in New York State and sees clients privately.
At the end of this webinar:
1) Attendees will be able to describe the parent-child coercive behavior cycle
2) Attendees will be able to identify the core skills that form most evidence-based parent training interventions
3) Attendees will be able to demonstrate several parent training skills, including Time Out
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About the Moderator: Dr. Laurie Zandberg, PsyD is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine. Her work focuses on the implementation of exposure based therapies for anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, and post traumatic stress disorder.
All attendees will receive a certificate of completion when the course requirements are satisfied. Certificates of completion is included in the cost of the webinar
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