2021 OhioMHAS Annual Conference goes virtual

REGISTRATION INFO HERE: https://training.concept.paloaltou.edu/bundles/ohio-mhas

Ohio MHAS 2020 Conference offers 4 workshop sessions starting November 3 and going through November 19th

Join us for our annual conference reimagined for 2020 as 4, 2-hr workshops for continuing education credit for each course (CEU, CLE, CME applications in process). Each course is $35 per session or $105 for all four sessions. See the OHIOMHAS link for more information or go directly to registration at CONCEPT Training.

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The four courses – two from Barry Rosenfeld, Ph.D., one from Deb Pinals, MD, and her panelists, and one from Jennifer Wright Schneeman, MBA – E-RYT 500, C-IAYT offer skill training for the practicing forensic evaluator or forensic clinician from resiliency-building during these complicated times to detecting malingering and videoconferencing practices for assessment and treatment.

Barry Rosenfeld, Ph.D.

Assessment of Malingering in Vulnerable Populations: Intellectual Disability & Severe Mental Disorder

November 3rd, 2020 | 9:00 – 11:00 Eastern for 2 hours continuing education credits

  • Describe the differences between feigning, malingering, and insufficient effort in the context of psychological assessment
  • Describe the types of instruments used to detect feigning and the strengths and limitations for these instruments when applied to individuals with ID and/or psychosis
  • Recognize test adaptations and adjustments to the interpretation of test results in the context of cognitive deficits and psychotic symptoms

Assessment of Feigning and Minimization Using Videoconference and Online Methods

November 17th, 2020 | 9:00 – 11:00 am Eastern for 2 hours continuing education credits

  • Describe the types of instruments used to detect feigning and the strengths and limitations for these instruments when administered through videoconference
  • Describe the nature and extent of adaptations needed to administer tests through teleconference and/or online methods
  • Recognize the impact of test adaptations on the interpretation and communication of test results

Debra Pinals, MD Jay Witherell, Ph.D. and Donna Rinnas, Ph.D. will present:

Video Conference Forensic Evaluations: Lessons Learned for Access and Quality

November 12th, 2020 | 1:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern for 2 hours continuing education credits

  • Describe the historical literature regarding opportunities and challenges with video conferencing forensic evaluations
  • Describe steps taken in one state to transition to video forensic activities in the context of a pandemic
  • Recognize lessons learned for ongoing access to quality forensic evaluations

Jen Wright Schneeman, MBA, E-RYT 500, C-IAYT

Self-Care and Resilience: Reset Throughout the Day for Forensic Mental Health Professionals

November 19th, 2020 | 1:00 – 3:00 pm Eastern 2 hours continuing education credits

  • Describe reliance on self for care throughout the day is possible with the right non-invasive skills
  • Describe rhythm by proper mask breathing, reset in the moment and recharge throughout the day to combat daily exhaustion
  • Describe how to restore appropriately at the end of the day to tend to daily needs

REGISTRATION INFO HERE: https://training.concept.paloaltou.edu/bundles/ohio-mhas

Published by Ohio Forensic Evaluation Center Directors Association

We offer Ohio's Courts of Common Pleas and the other criminal justice and mental health related services in our regions evidence-based, expertly crafted mental health opinions, and promote the ideals of objectivity and excellence in all forensic evaluation opinions proffered. We strive to promote this standard through the work of our centers and to our colleagues and consultants outside of our centers through training and supervision. Further, we never fail to consider the community's safety, as well as the individual's need for the most clinically appropriate interventions, as we are crafting these opinions and conducting our training. Additionally, we serve our colleagues in the state hospitals, the prison system and the state and county Mental Health and Addiction Services Boards, Developmental Disability Boards, Probation Departments and Municipal Courts to find effective solutions to many of our risk of violence and community mental health safety issues. We are proud to serve the courts of Ohio, and appreciate the ongoing recognition we receive for our work.

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