Autism Identification, Treatments And Current Research - Psychology Seminars

Understanding the latest information on a variety of topics helps to improve a mental health professional’s ability to treat their patients. With the Autism Identification, Treatment, and Current Research Psychology Seminar, participants can learn at their own pace from their computer, tablet, or smartphone. This 6.0 CEU credit course focuses on how the incidence of Autism Spectrum Disorder has increased considerably in the last two decades.

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As a mental health professional, you’re called to interpret vital information and incorporate it into your practice for better treatment options. This course covers the best methods for identifying, evaluating, and treating children and adults with ASD. It also dives into important DSM-V updates. You will gain the tools and knowledge to meet the needs of those with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families.

Objectives of this psychology seminar include the ability to explain two things known and unknown about the disorder, and learning the two core areas of impairment in the disorder. Next, you will determine how the disorder may overlap with other disorders, as learning the differences and how to diagnose properly is important too. Lastly, participants will learn three evidence-based treatments for Autism Spectrum Disorder. The course was created by Charlotte DiStefano, Ph.D., a clinical instructor at UCLA’s Center for Autism Research and Treatment Center.

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At Professional Psych Seminars, a private, non-profit educational organization, we provide a vast selection of seminars, webinars, and online courses for mental health professionals. We believe in providing updated and interesting courses that engage those taking it and benefiting their knowledge base. For more information about our online courses and psychology seminars or to learn more about the Autism identification, treatments, and current research course, visit our website at www.psychsem.com or call toll-free at 877-777-0668 today.