Online Workshop ~ 6 CE credit
There are no start or end
dates for our online courses and they can be accessed at any time after
are not always recognized or treated in
common clinical practice.
class provides an
to learn about comorbidity involving substance use and behaviors with
addictive features such as gambling, internet use, shopping, and
A focus of the learning experience will be how addictive
behaviors can be hidden with common clinical disorders, as well as
hidden amongst other addictions.
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, is an
Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and
Sciences at the Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Behavior at the University
He also serves as
Director of the UCLA Impulse Control Disorder Clinic, Co-Director of
the UCLA Gambling
Studies Program, and Director of the UCLA Addiction Medicine Clinic.
Ph.D. is a Psychologist in private practice in Oakland
who works with clients with anxiety, depression, and
disorder, including problems with compulsive shopping.
She has published original research
on clinical and
neuropsychological features as well as treatment outcomes in compulsive
shopping, obsessive-compulsive disorder and other OC-Spectrum
has been featured in print and on television.
Piotrowski, Ph.D., is former Past
President of American Psychological Association (APA)
Division 50 (Addictions) and an APA
Fellow who practices in San
She also has
clinical research for
more than 25 years and serves as Lead Faculty in Psychology at Capella
Adjunct Faculty at Alliant International
University/California School of Professional Psychology, and teaches
Chemical Dependency Certificate Program at University of California
Institute Co-Chair and Presenter,
a staff Psychologist at the
Chemical Dependency Treatment Services at Kaiser Permanente in Walnut Creek
and in private practice in Berkeley. She is also co-author of Creative
Recovery: A Complete Addiction Treatment
Program that Uses
Your Natural Creativity.
How Our Online Courses Work:
Web Lectures feature our best Instructors,
presenting material and using slides, conveniently divided into short
sub-topics -- over the Internet. They tend to cover deep background, or
foundational information; the didactic component of a good CE class.
You can review them at your own pace.
There are no start or end dates for our online courses
and they can be accessed at any time after you register.