Cost: Early Registration (by March 1, 2020) $225/$245 (MAC-ACBS members/non-members)
Standard Registration (by April 1, 2020) $255/$275 (MAC-ACBS members/non-members)
Late Registration (after April 1, 2020) $275/$295 (MAC-ACBS members/non-members)
CE certificate (12 hours) included
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Registration fee includes instruction, coffee/tea breaks, and CE certificate (APA approved).
This activity is approved by APA for 12 CEs for psychologists, counselors, and Maryland social workers. You must attend the course in its entirety in order to receive continuing education credits. CE credits are not given for the 8:30 – 9:00 AM refreshment time, lunch time, or the 15-minute breaks.
Refunds: A $25 processing fee will be charged for registration refunds up to March 30th. We regret that after March 30th refunds cannot be made, but you may request credit toward a future program. If you need a refund, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Santanello, Psy.D is a licensed, clinical psychologist and a long time practitioner of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Dr. Santanello worked in the Department of Veterans Affairs as a PTSD specialist for over a decade before moving to his current position as a CBT Trainer in a non-profit organization. Although Dr. Santanello has extensive expertise "surfing" the second wave CBT interventions (he is a PTSD subject matter expert and National Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) trainer), his passion for ACT and Third-Wave behavioral interventions is a common thread throughout his professional career. His professional interests include dissemination and practice of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy and Third-Wave behavioral interventions including mindfulness-based interventions. Dr. Santanello is an active member in the Military SIG and Mid-Atlantic Chapter (MAC) of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS). He is currently the MAC Member-at-Large. In addition to his professional interests, he is a dedicated practitioner of Zen meditation and has received the title of Hoshi (meaning “dharma holder”), indicating that he is a sensei-in-training in the White Plum lineage of the Soto Zen School.
Shawn Costello Whooley, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Lutherville, MD. She uses Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat adults experiencing a broad range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, relationship problems, and life transitions. She also teaches ACT as adjunct faculty at Loyola University Maryland and serves as President Elect on the Board of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (MAC-ACBS). As such, she provides local workshops and individual supervision for ACT for professionals and graduate students. Dr. Costello Whooley has been trained by many of the world’s leading ACT trainers, practitioners and researchers.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
The Mid-Atlantic Chapter of ACBS offers trainings and workshops throughout the year, as well as networking events and peer consultation groups. Interested in joining? Please visit our website https://macacbs.org
OR email Andy Santanello at email@example.com, or Shawn Costello Whooley at firstname.lastname@example.org
No commercial support was obtained for this CE program or for the instruction content that could be construed as a conflict of interest. No commercial support is being sought for an endorsement of any product (e.g., books, drugs, etc.). Drs. Costello Whooley, and Santanello will receive honoraria for this presentation.