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Friday, October 20

 

Morning  Keynote

Finding and Facilitating Peace in and Ever-Changing World

Jon Caldwell, D.O., Ph.D.

 

Session I A

Developmental Trauma, Attachment, and Addictive Disorders

Jon Caldwell, D.O., Ph.D.

 

Session I B

Street Script and Synthetic: Addictive and Deadly

Stephanie Siete, B.A.

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Session I C

Overcoming Adverse Childhood Experiences: Creating Hope for a Healthier Arizona

Marcia Stanton, M.S.W.

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Session II A

Healing Addictive Disorders and Past Wounding by Mindfully and Compassionately Embracing the Present

Jon Caldwell, D.O., Ph.D.

 

Session II B

Neuro/Psychological Assessment in Indian Country

Vicky Lomay, Ph.D.

 

Session II C

Ethical and Affirmative Practice with Gender Diverse People

lore m. dickey, Ph.D.

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Session III A

Best Practices in Autism: Identification, Evaluation and Treatment

Joseph Gentry, Ph.D., BCBA-D and Terrence Matteo, Ph.D.

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Session III B

Disrupting Dementia: The Future of Aging in Arizona (And How Psychologists Can Help)

John DenBoer, Ph.D.

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Session III C

Alchemy of Shame Transformation (AST) Model's Neurobiology of Shame & Its Effective Path to Resolution in Sessions

Caryn Scotto d'Luzia, M.A.

 

Afternoon  Keynote

Organizational Best Practices to Promote Diversity and Inclusion

Patricia Arredondo, Ed.D.

 

 

Saturday, October 21

 

Morning Keynote  A Framework for Ethical Decision-Making in Troubled Times

Joel Dvoskin, Ph.D.

 

Session IV A

Preventing Gun Death and Fatal Domestic Violence

Joel Dvoskin, Ph.D.


Session IV B
Eating Disorders Across the Lifespan, Cultural Differences in Eating Disorders, and an Introduction to New Eating Disorders

Monika Peterson, Ph.D.

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Session IV C 

The Benefits and Limitations of Psychiatric Medications

Henry Jim Schulte, M.D., F.A.P.A.

 

Session V A

Today's Latinx Community and Domestic Violence: Intersections and Resilience

Y. Evie Garcia, Ph.D. and Annel Cordero, Ph.D.

 
Session V B

Diverse Professional Perspectives on ADHD: Minimizing Risks In and Out of School

John Barton, Ph.D., ABPP, Marika Maris Clark, Ph.D., and Neil Stafford, Psy.D.

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Session V C

LGBTQ Cultural Competence

Leonardo Caraballo, Psy.D., ABPP and Donna Price, Psy.D.

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Student Luncheon

Successfully Beginning a Private Practice

Larry Waldman, Ph.D., ABPP


Session VI A

Music as a Therapeutic Tool: "What?"

Ron Kingsley, Ph.D.

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Session VI B

Forensic Considerations in Therapy: How to Avoid Typical Pitfalls

David Weinstock, J.D., Ph.D.

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Session VI C

Ally, Activist, Advocate: Addressing Role Complexities for the Multiculturally Competent Psychologist

Michelle Melton, Psy.D.

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Session VII A

Big Boys Don't Go to Therapy

Joel Hutchinson, Ph.D.

                
Session VII B

Diversifying Your Practice into Coaching/Consulting: Key Considerations 

John Blattner, Ph.D., Rick Day, MBA, Psy.D., Ph.D., ABPP and Stephen Marshall, Ph.D., ABPP

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Session VII C

Bridging the Gap: School and Clinical Psychologists Together Treating Child and Adolescent Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm

Paula McCall, Ph.D.

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