Growth potential (for better or worse); neuroplasticity studies, mirror neurons, stress and experience based mutations, ACE studies on the development of damaged brains, personalities, minds; stress damage.
Break: 6-6:15 6:15
7:00 Dr. Lawson and Dr. Barngrover
Neurologically informed psychotherapy, family resiliency, and short-term combined pharmacology and psychotherapy with transitions to long-term growth psychotherapy and treatment plan techniques.
7-7:40 Dr. Barngrover and Dr. Cooper
COMPETENCIES NEEDED FOR THE COMING CHANGES IN INTEGRATIVE PRACTICE
7:40-8:00 Full Panel Summary, Discussion and Audience Questions
Notice: This special workshop with a faculty of
The Practitioner Movement will be held June 2nd, the night before the Missouri Psychological Association’s Annual Convention at the Double Tree Hotel. We encourage workshop attendees to stay and participate in the next day(s) for the MoPA Convention:
Missouri Psychological Association Annual Conference
Conveniently, the evening prior to the Missouri Psychological Association Convention
[A Pre-convention Workshop] Date: June 2
Location: Broadway Double Tree Hotel
Columbia, Missouri 65201
Participants can receive 4 hrs of
continuing education from the National Alliance of Psychology Providers. NAPPP is an approved sponsor of continuing education by the American Psychological Association. The National Alliance of Professional Psychology Providers maintains full responsibility for this program and its contents.
”The Presentations will include
national leaders in Medical
Psychology (www.amphome.org) and the National Psychology Practitioner Association (www.nappp.org)
Jerry Morris, PsyD, MsPharm, MBA, ABMP, ABPP, ABBHP, NCSP, CCM Executive Director AMP/ABMP, MoPA Past President
Medical Psychology, RxP Student/ Resident, AMP Member, MO Licensed Psychologist
BIOLOGICALLY INFORMED PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT:
AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Pre-conference workshop (early evening June 2, 4pm-8pm) 3:30-4:00; Meet the faculty: Drs. Morris,
Caccavale, Lawson, Barngrover, and Cooper will be available for a meet and greet time with coffee and generous, healthy hors d’ouevres.
(Same day registrants may join as well.)
4:00-4:20 Entire Panel:
A brief history of both AMP and NAPPP and their standards and importance in the practitioner movement will be discussed. Opportunities to be engaged in these organizations, their journals and upcoming conferences will be highlighted.
4:20-5:00: Dr. Caccavale and Dr. Morris:
range view of psychopharmacology. This section will review the NAPPP Truth In Drugs Paper and Scientific Findings, several book chapters and scientific article publications by Dr.’s Morris and Caccavale reviewing the appropriate use and prescribing of psychopharmacology in scientifically informed treatment plans. NAPPP’s Policy Statement on Psychopharmacology from will be reviewed.