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DCPA Summer 2013 CE Workshops Workshop 1:

The Transmission of Trauma Across Generations:

Psychological, Biological and Therapeutic Implications

Workshop 2:

Military Psychology Today

Washington School of Psychiatry 5028 Wisconsin Ave. NW, Suite 400 Washington, DC 20016-4118 June 28, 2013 June 28, 2013 9 AM - 12 PM 1 - 4 PM CE Credit: 3 hours CE Credit: 3 hours

Learning Objectives

• Describe the both the psychological and biological impact of trauma and how they influence each other. • Identify at least three psychological theories for understanding how trauma is transmitted. • Understand the potential role epigenetics plays in the biological transmission of trauma. • Identify and describe two treatment interventions based on current neuroscience research and attachment theory for healing trauma and preventing its transmission.

• DCPA Member (Both workshops) : $100.00 • DCPA Member (one workshop): $55.00 • DCPA Student (Both workshops): 30.00 • DCPA Student (One workshop): $20.00

Learning Objectives

• To identify and describe the military service branch, rank structure and organization, and the primary mission of behavioral science officers • To identify traditional and technology based resources for the service and family members. • To describe the primary mechanism of action in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). • To delineate the primary mechanism of action in Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) • To name three treatments for PTSD that outperform supportive counseling.

• Non Member (Both workshops): $120.00 • Non Member (One workshop): $65.00 • Non Member Student (Both workshops) $40.00 • Non Member Student (One Workshop) $25.00

**On June 21, rates will increase for each category, excluding all students, by $10. Please see registration form for pricing.


The Transmission of Trauma Across Generations 3 CE hours This seminar examines trauma and the phenomena of its transmission across generations. The psychological and biological impact of trauma is explored and existing empirical research in the area of trauma transmission reviewed. Psychological and biological theories attempting to explain how Learning Objectives trauma is transmitted across generations are outlined, including a discussion of evolutionary biology and how • Describe the both the psychological and biological epigenetics potentially contributes to the transmission impact of trauma and how they influence each other. of trauma. Finally, pulling from neuroscience research and attachment theory, therapeutic interventions for • Identify at least three psychological theories for working with trauma and preventing its transmission understanding how trauma is transmitted. are outlined in detail. Clinical cases will be used to help • Understand the potential role epigenetics plays in illustrate information discussed and interventions will be the biological transmission of trauma. demonstrated.

Presenter:

Jean Gearon, PhD

• Identify and describe two treatment interventions based on current neuroscience research and attachment theory for healing trauma and preventing its transmission.

Dr. Gearon is a licensed clinical psychologist in Washington, D.C. and a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the George Washington University School of Medicine. She is Vice President of D.C. Psychological Association, a member of its Ethics Committee and is on the Editorial Board of Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. In her private practice, Dr. Gearon focuses on treating trauma-based disorders using a therapeutic approach that integrates neuroscience research, attachment theory and mind body principles. In addition, she co-teaches a two year Mind-Body study group for the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis with Dr. Stephen Stein.

Military Psychology Today The District of Columbia Psychological Association’s Military Psychology workshop will cover military culture, deployment cycle stresses, evidencebased clinical practices, resilience training, and vital resources for behavioral health care providers.

3 CE hours Handouts: • Real Warrior Program • T2 program • Any publications that may be of value

The Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) Executive Director, Dr. David Riggs, will open the workshop with a presentation covering evidence-based clinical practices for PTSD in the military population. The US Armed Forces Service Panel, consisting of Lieutenant Colonel John Yeaw (US Army), Commander Roderick Bacho (US Navy), and Colonel Rick Campise (US Air Force) will then discuss the unique features of military culture and how that informs behavioral health care. This panel will also present the wide range of training available and required of military psychologists, as well as the variety of roles uniformed behavioral health care providers play throughout their career. Lastly, Dr. Mark Bates from the DoD’s Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) and Colonel Campise (USAF) of the National Center for Telehealth and Technology (T2) will provide an overview of both traditional and technology-based resources for patients and providers, highlighting those resources offered through DCoE and T2. Collectively, these presenters have over 100 years of combined military psychology experience. The information presented will inform and educate mental health practitioners, researchers, professors, consultants, and policymakers who wish to work with the military population more effectively and with respect to the unique needs and experiences of our nation’s service members.

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Presenters Commander Roderick A. Bacho, MSC, USN, Ph.D., is an active duty U.S. Navy psychologist who is currently serving as the director of the Adult Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. Prior to this CDR Bacho served as the Director of Health Services and Department Head of Naval Clinic Annapolis, providing administrative and clinical oversight to all health centers associated with the clinic, and functioning as primary subject matter expert for psychological health and traumatic brain injury programs associated with the Naval Health Clinic Annapolis’ Wounded Warrior Program. From September 2007 to 2009 he served as Command Psychologist on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. CDR Bacho received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University. Dr. Mark Bates, a retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, clinical psychologist and former pilot, serves as the Associate Director for Population Health in the Deployment Health Clinical Center at DCoE. Prior to joining DCoE, Dr. Bates was assigned as the clinical psychology residency training director at Malcolm Grow Medical Center at Andrews Air Force Base, where he developed a model of community based psychology with supporting training competencies and metrics. Bates received his Doctorate from the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and completed a residency in clinical psychology at Malcolm Grow Medical Center. He is a 1988 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. Colonel Stephen Bowles is in the United States Army and is currently serving as an Associate Professor of Behavioral Science at the National Defense University in The Eisenhower School and as an Adjunct Faculty at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He has been awarded the Army Surgeon General “A” proficiency designator for his contributions as a health care professional in the military. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Clinical Health Psychology, and he is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in clinical health psychology. He is currently serving as the Past President and Chair of the Healthy Psychological Workplace of the District of Columbia Psychology Association. Colonel (Dr.) Rick L. Campise is the Deputy Director of the Department of Defenses’ National Center of Telehealth and Technology (T2) in the National Capital Region. T2’s mission is to lead innovative development of telehealth and technological solutions for psychological health and traumatic brain injury to improve the lives of the Nation’s Warriors, Veterans, and their Families. Colonel Campise has been a Medical Group Commander, Medical Operations Squadron Commander, Aerospace Medicine Squadron Operations Officer/Deputy Squadron Commander, Patient Squadron Commander, served in the Office of the Surgeon General, and performed as both a clinical provider and supervisor.

Learning Objectives

• To identify and describe the military service branch, rank structure and organization, and the primary mission of behavioral science officers • To identify traditional and technology based resources for the service and family members. • To describe the primary mechanism of action in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT). • To delineate the primary mechanism of action in Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE) • To name three treatments for PTSD that outperform supportive counseling.

LTC John David Andrew Yeaw, PsyD, ABPP: LTC Yeaw received his commission to active duty as a Clinical Psychology Resident at Tripler Army Medical Center, Hawaii in 2000. LTC Yeaw deployed as the 4th Brigade, 4th Infantry Division Psychologist in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Upon returning from deployment to Iraq, LTC Yeaw served as a Clinical Team Leader at Carl R Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas. LTC Yeaw created the Clinical Postdoctoral Residency Program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. He is now the National Training Director for Psychology Programs and the Program Director for the Clinical Psychology Internship Program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Professional Psychology. David Riggs, Ph.D., is the executive director of the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, MD. As CDP director, he oversees the development and delivery of training seminars to behavioral health professionals to prepare them to provide for the needs of warriors and their families. Dr. Riggs earned his doctorate at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and completed a clinical psychology internship at the Medical University of South Carolina. As a clinical and research psychologist, much of Dr. Riggs’ work has focused on trauma, violence and anxiety with a particular interest in the impact of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other anxiety disorders on the families of those directly affected.

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