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Mercer 5-14-21 Webinar: Creativity in the Time of Plague Promoting Resilience for Children and Families
Friday, May 14, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM EDT
Category: Affiliate Programs

Mercer County Psychological Association presents:
Creativity in the Time of Plague Promoting Resilience for Children and Families who Struggle with Traumatic Stress During the Pandemic
Presented by: Robert Miller II, PhD.

Friday, May 14, 2021 - 9AM – 12:30PM – Live Zoom Webinar
(15 Minute Break at 10:30)
Register & pay for Zoom program at https:mercerpsych.org/calendar
$50 MCPA. 
$35 Student/ECP.
$65 Non MCPA

CE Credits from NJPA Fee:  NJPA Sustaining Member - Free |  NJPA Member -$15  |  Non-NJPA Member-$25
Link to NJPA to pay for CEs and complete NJPA evaluation will be provided to registrants on Friday, May 14, 2021.

Zoom Meeting ID & Password will be emailed to registrants.

Three (3) Continuing Education Credits Available 

Presenter
Robert Miller II, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist practicing in Princeton and Montclair, N.J. who provides child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy, trauma centered therapy, couples and student counseling as well as parenting and family consultation. Dr. Miller is a recognized expert witness in forensic child psychology and bonding who provides testimony to the court in child protection matters and consultation regarding adoption issues.

Program
This webinar will introduce participants to empirically supported and creative therapeutic strategies for promoting an enhanced resilience response for children who struggle with dysregulation during the global pandemic. Examples of therapeutic attention for trauma related memory, dysregulation, optimal parenting approaches to help children, and the promotion of expressive capacity for children who have difficulty putting feelings into words will be provided in case presentation and discussion.

Learning Objectives
1. Define (4) empirically derived domains of functioning for enhancing multidimensional resilience response during the pandemic for children who struggle with trauma related illness in the context of family and peer relationships.
2. Define culturally competent trauma assessment beyond the DSM system including description of intergenerational trauma and racial trauma.
3. Identify an expressive age appropriate developmental continuum for representational modes to enhance the therapeutic use of exposure methods for addressing trauma schemas in the treatment of trauma related illness.
4. Provide participants with an empirically supported rationale and case examples for the use of Creative Arts Therapies (art, music, dance, drama, poetry) in the treatment of trauma related problems for children. Creative approaches including narrative storytelling, improvisation, pretend play, and performance arts to promote a resilience response in children will be described in this presentation.

Target Audience
Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Social Workers, Creative Arts Therapists, Nurses, Physicians, Educators, Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists.

Program Sophistication
Intermediate- Some basic knowledge of the specific content is required.

Commercial Support
Dr. Miller does not have any commercial support and/or conflict of interest for this program.

ADA Accommodations: Available upon request. Please email written accommodation requests no later than May,7th to [email protected].
Register: and pay by credit card at https:mercerpsych.org/calendar.

Cancellations with refunds may be made more than 3 days in advance of the program. A $10 processing fee may be applied. If you need to cancel contact [email protected]

This workshop is co-sponsored by NJPA and the Mercer County Psychological Association. NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content.