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The ICD Meets the DSM: What U.S. Clinicians Need to Know
Dr. Jared Keeley explains the International Classification of Disease's history, purpose, and structure, including key differences between the ICD-10, ICD-11 and DSM-5-TR. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT
Cultural Safety and Care for Immigrant & Refugee Communities
Raj Sundar, MD, shares how to bettter navigate cultural barriers and develop communication strategies to foster trust and respect with immigrant clients through the principles of Cultural Safety. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Mitigating Trauma in Indigiqueer People: Deepening Identity Through Psychedelic Assisted Therapy
Marca Cassity, LMFT, shares about the use of psychedelic assisted therapy in Two Spirit people with trauma, including discussion about discrimination, resilience, identity development, and oneness. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
On The Road Without a Map: The Value of Accurate Diagnoses For Better Outcomes
Dr. Shiro Torquato discusses the importance of accurate diagnoses, benefits and limitations of the DSM diagnostic system, and complementary diagnostic tools like the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology to drive accurate diagnoses in order to improve care outcomes. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Fostering Resilience Against Suicide: Helping Clients "Build Lives Worth Living"
Jessica Gifford, LICSW, explains the power of upstream versus downstream suicide prevention interventions and offers research-based strategies to help clients improve quality of life as a suicide prevention resource. Interview with Elizabeth Irias, LMFT.
Note: Please note that the terminology to describe the voluntary ending of one's life is continually evolving alongside a deeper understanding of the phenomenon. Please note that Jessica uses various terms in this interview, including the phrase 'committed suicide'. Use of various lexicon is specific to each individual and situation.
When Therapy Stalls: How to Respond When Progress Is Missing
Elizabeth Heaney, LPC, discusses how to navigate stalled therapy... maybe we’re covering the same material over and over again, maybe we’re feeling unsure of what to focus on, or maybe the conversation during sessions has little vitality or real engagement. Tune in to learn techniques and approaches for 'next step' options when therapy stalls. Presentation.