New York, NY, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C., Webinar via Zoom
Mental health professionals
On Demand Home Study Recorded Webinar
The demand for greater recognition and treatment of problematic use of internet and video games has been growing exponentially in the digital age and will continue to climb during and after the pandemic. Evidence continues to support key similarities between internet and video game use disorders and substance use disorders. By combining this evidence with the instructor’s 14+ years of experience as a clinical child, adolescent, and young adult psychiatrist, consultant, and educator specifically on this topic, this online course will give psychologists and other mental health clinicians some of the tools they need to clinically assess and treat patients with digital use disorders.
The course is made up of 6 total modules of roughly ½ hour each, for a total time of 3.5 hours.
- $80 (3.5 CE for psychologists, certificate of attendance provided for all other disciplines)
- $60 – Student
Location: Zoom Recorded Webinar.
CE and CME Information:
3.5 CE for psychologists Full attendance is required to obtain CE credit. You must pass the post-test to receive credit (Please confirm your state accepts CE from APA approved CE sponsors.)
CME may be available. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in receiving CME for this training.
Dr. Sussman has been in private practice in psychiatry for children, adolescents, and young adults since 2008 in Washington, DC, where he specializes in treating internet and video game use disorders. He often treats patients with comorbid conditions, such as ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. He is also an expert consultant to the Internet and Video Game Use Disorder Track at Caron Renaissance in Florida.
- Describe what digital screen time does to the brain in regards to mental and physical health
- Identify when too much screen time is an issue
- List activities that can be done to balance screen time
- Discuss what therapeutic tools are used to reduce screen time
- Describe what prevention techniques are available
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The Ross Center is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Ross Center maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
The Ross Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0105.
Clifford Sussman, MD