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Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders of Childhood and Adolescents

  • 03 Feb 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Zoom

Registration

  • For active members of the state association for VT, ME, MA, CT, RI, or NY as part of our NE Regional collaboration.
  • For students currently enrolled (minimum 6 credits/semester) in a school psychology or school counseling program or a related field.

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NHASP Mini-Skills!

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders of Childhood and Adolescents

Presented by 

Craig Donnelly, MD & Fellows

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry 

February 3, 2022    8:00 am - 12:30 pm


Continuing Education Credits

4.0 CE credits are available for this event!

NHASP is a NASP-approved provider of CPD hours and Certificates of Attendance will be accepted toward NCSP. A total of 4.0 CE credits will be awarded for this event.

NH Licensed Psychologists should note that NASP is an approved CE provider and these credits count towards licensure renewal requirements. 

Workshop Description

This workshop will provide school based practitioners with practical guidance and best-practice recommendations regarding the assessment and treatment of common psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence.  Dr. Donnelly, together with the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows from Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center,  will present 5 primary topical areas.

The four sessions will focus on ADHD, ODD/DMDD, Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders and Bipolar Disorder. Each session will include an overview of the disorder, diagnostic guidance such as free assessment tools, typical presentations, and comorbidities; then review evidence based treatments, and finally provide specific resources both within NH and on the internet. Question and answers will be part of each individual session.

The schedule for the day is:

7:45am - Zoom opens

8:00am-8:50am - ADHD

8:55 am - 9:45am - ODD/DMDD

9:50am-10:40am - Anxiety Disorders

10:45am-11:35am - Mood Disorders

11:40-12:25pm  Bipolar Disorder

12:25-12:30pm Final remarks

Target Audience

This workshop is appropriate for School Psychologists, Psychologists, School Counselors, School-Based Mental Health and Social Workers. The workshop is available to current NHASP members at a special reduced rate as a membership benefit. Additionally, members of other North East Regional state associations can attend at the NH member rate as part of our regional collaboration. 

Students are provided free registration for this event. 

Learning Objectives

This session will help attendees…

  1. Apply the diagnostic criteria for common child & adolescent psychiatric disorders in the school setting
  2. Recognize the common comorbidities of primary psychiatric presentations in youth in school settings
  3. Explain with the range of biological and non-biological treatments for common psychiatric disorders in youth and which treatments have an evidence base

    About The Presenter


    Craig L. Donnelly, MD, is the Program Director for Fellowship Training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth in Hanover, New Hampshire.

    Dr. Donnelly earned his medical degree from the University of  Vermont College of Medicine in 1989. His postgraduate education at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, included an internship in Adult and Pediatric Medicine, a residency in General Adult Psychiatry, and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. He has over 30 years of experience in public sector, community mental health work and has been on the faculty at Dartmouth for more than 26 years.

    Dr. Donnelly has written extensively on topics in pediatric psychopharmacology and conducted treatment research across the spectrum of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders, including ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, Autism Spectrum Disorders and pediatric posttraumatic stress disorder. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on a wide range of topics related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, the psychopharmacology of stress and trauma treatment, and development of novel systems of care delivery for psychiatric services in youth. Dr. Donnelly is involved in projects utilizing Tele-psychiatry applications to disseminate evidence based treatments, training and patient care to clinicians and underserved populations of children, adolescents and families. 

    Dr. Donnelly will be joined by Linda Gao, MD; Omar Shah, MD; Rebecca John, DO; and Sarah Slabaugh, DO, who are Fellows in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at DHMC for this presentation. 

    Registration Information

    Cancellations received prior to January 31, 2022 will be refunded less a 5% administrative fee. No refunds will be provided for cancellations received after 5pm on Monday, January 31, 2022. 

    Online payments will be accepted for this event. Please note that NHASP is now using payment processing from Wild Apricot to simplify your checkout process. You will no longer be re-directed to PayPal for payment.  

    Purchase orders will be accepted for this event. Registrants are responsible for ensuring PO information has been received by NHASP in a timely fashion. Please submit all required information as soon as possible to avoid registration delays. 

    *Students currently enrolled in a school psychology or school counseling program receive a free registration for this event. 

    Once you have registered and close to the event day, you will receive an email from NHASP providing you with a link to the live virtual event. 

    For questions, please contact NHASP President Felicia Sperry. Contact information is located in the sidebar or on the contact us page. 


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