Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD
Presented by Robyn Migliorini, Ph.D.
Date and time
Mon May 16 2022
<div>Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD
Presented by Robyn Migliorini, Ph.D.</div><div style="margin-top: 20px"><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p><em>Central Oregon Association of Psychologists, </em>Regional affiliate of the Oregon Psychological Association, presens: </p><p><strong>Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD </strong></p><p>Presented by Robyn Migliorini, Ph.D.</p><p></p><p><strong>DATE: Friday, April 22nd 2022</strong></p><p><strong>9:00 am until 12:00 pm PST</strong></p><p></p><p>3 hours Continuing Education Credit </p><p>Location: Online Zoom Webinar</p><p>*Directions will be sent post registration from an email titled “COAP Workshop”</p><p></p><p> <strong>Workshop Overview: </strong> Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental syndrome characterized by impaired executive functioning – the self-management system of the brain. Once considered a childhood condition, we now understand that ADHD has pervasive and often lifelong impacts on thinking, emotions, and behavior. For adults with ADHD, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT-ADHD) has emerged as an evidence-based treatment designed to improve coping and reduce functional impairment.</p><p> This workshop will provide mental health clinicians with an overview of CBT-ADHD, from its theoretical underpinnings to its practical application. First, Dr. Migliorini will demonstrate a cognitive-behavioral case conceptualization process tailored for adult ADHD. This framework will then be used to understand the cognitive distortions and maladaptive behavioral patterns associated with this condition. Specific CBT-ADHD intervention techniques will be introduced and modeled. Finally, Dr. Migliorini will discuss some of the challenges executive dysfunction can pose for the therapeutic process and describe best practices for managing these challenges in treatment.</p><p><strong>Learning Objectives: </strong> </p><p>By the end of this course, participants will be able to:</p><ul><li>Understand the role of psychotherapy in clinical management of adult ADHD</li><li>Conceptualize ADHD within a cognitive-behavioral framework</li><li>Identify maladaptive thoughts and behavioral patterns commonly seen in ADHD</li><li>Understand the core intervention domains in CBT-ADHD</li><li>Recognize ways that executive dysfunction can impact the therapeutic process and identify tactics for managing these challenges in treatment. </li></ul><p></p><p></p></div><div style="margin: 20px 0;line-height: 22px;"><img src="https://img.evbuc.com/https%3A%2F%2Fcdn.evbuc.com%2Fimages%2F228910199%2F215060144316%2F1%2Foriginal.20220212-161618?h=2000&w=720&auto=format%2Ccompress&q=75&sharp=10&s=f9e1698fd500517f582e8d8cf36e1024" alt="" /></div><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p><strong>About the Presenter: </strong></p><p><strong> </strong>Robyn Migliorini Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist based in Bend, Oregon with specialty interests in brain-behavior relationships and cognitive-behavioral therapy. While treatment of adult ADHD is her primary clinical focus, she also provides therapy for individuals struggling with acquired mild cognitive impairment and for individuals with anxiety disorders. Dr. Migliorini received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology with specialization in neuropsychology from the San Diego State University/University of California San Diego Joint Doctoral Program. Her pre-doctoral internship was at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School in the neuropsychology track. She then completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital (Bedford VA) before relocating to central Oregon to establish her private practice, Connected Cognition, in 2019. </p></div><div style="margin: 20px 10px;font-size: 15px;line-height: 22px;font-weight: 400;text-align: left;"><p><strong>Costs: </strong></p><p>COAP uses an online registration process that accepts credit and debit cards. The lowest registration rates are associated with early registration, we encourage you to sign up early to make sure you have a spot. This conference will be capped at 95 participants. </p><p><strong>Registered by 4/15/22</strong></p><p>COAP Member: $75</p><p>Non COAP Member: $85</p><p></p><p><strong>Registered after 4/15/22</strong></p><p>COAP Member: $85</p><p>Non COAP Member: $95</p><p></p><p>Student Rate $45</p><p></p><p>*Membership in COAP is limited to Central Oregon based active and retired psychologists, residents, and psychologist associates. You must be current with COAP dues to register at the membership rate. Please note that in order to avoid being billed later for the non-member rate, you need to be current with your dues for the 2021-22 by the time of this conference. Dues are $25 and are collected via Cheddar Up website (a small fee will be charged by cheddar up): </p><p>https://my.cheddarup.com/c/coap-membership-2021-22</p><p>We welcome all allied mental health practitioners to our workshops (at non-member registration rates); receiving Continuing Education credits from various Licensing Boards has not been problematic, assuming the topic meets your Board’s criteria.</p><p><strong>**A $10 cancellation fee will be assessed for all cancellations prior to the conference. Registration fee will not be refunded for dissatisfaction with the training or for no-shows. </strong></p><p>Students are invited to attend for $45. Please be prepared to submit a copy of your student identification card as proof of your student status.</p><p>Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org</p><p><strong>Check out COAP’s website for additional information https://www.coapworkshops.org</strong></p><p></p></div></div>