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Please check the sessions below that you attended to qualify for this academy. You needed to attend 6 different sessions to qualify.

114: It's Time To Require CACREP Accreditation For State Licensure: A Call To Action
116: Making Money in the 21st Century: The Latest and Greatest Labor Market Facts
143: Reflecting As If: An Encouragement-Focused Brief Counseling Process
145: 40-plus Strategies for Building a Full Caseload
166: Letting Go: Exploring Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder in Women
172: What Do Your Clients Really Believe? Processing Deeply Held Beliefs in Treating DSM-IV-TR Disorders
186: DSM-5: Field Trial Results and Recent Revisions
191: DSM-5 Update: Presentation by the ACA DSM-5 Proposed Revision Task Force
216: A Relational Cultural Approach to Working with Eating Disorders
220: Forensic Counseling: How Licensed Counselors and the Family Law Legal System Work Together
229: Developmental vs. Pathological: DSM-5 and Gender Identity Disorder in Childhood
239: The Transgender Liberation Struggle and the DSM-5: Examining Power and Paradox in Our Roles as Counselors
244: Dialectical Behavior Therapy With Adolescents who are Difficult to Treat: Interventions and Techniques for Counselors
246: The Pathological is Political: Feminist Perspectives on the Changes in the DSM
253: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and the DSM-5: Factors to Consider
266: DSM-5 in Crisis: Extreme, Unsupported Revisions Have Significant Implications For Counselor Education and Supervision
268: Counselors' Attitudes Toward Female Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Gender Role Attitudes and Ambivalent Sexism
274: Perfectionism and Relationships - Is Having the Perfect Partner Helpful to Relationship Quality?
275: The Spiritual Integration Toolbox: Techniques for Ethical Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment
276: Healing Trauma: Balancing the Science of Research With the Art of Therapy
308: The Loss of Normal Grief? The DSM-5 and Bereavement
313: Preventing Suicide: Applying the Unconditional Suicide Assessment Treatment Tool With Bullying Victims
319: Alcohol Use Disorder: Clinical Case Evidence for the Continuity Hypothesis
343: Behavioral Addictions: Assessment & Treatment
344: The Challenges of Diagnosing Cross Culturally With the DSM-5
353: Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Introduction and Useful Techniques for Mental Health Counselors
354: A Three-Level Model of Suicide Assessment, Intervention, and Reporting
361: The Importance of Professional Identity in the Use of Social Media
364: Mindfulness-Based Approaches in the Treatment of ADHD

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