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The New Hampshire Psychological Association endorses The Trust as its preferred provider for insurance, financial security, and risk management programs. The Trust helps support NHPA programs that benefit members as well as all psychologists in New Hampshire. 

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Members can show their support for NHPA - and earn a 15% discount on their Trust Professional Liability policy for two policy renewals - when they purchase one of the following Ethics and Risk Management Webinars. Be sure to select “New Hampshire” as your Trust-endorsed state.


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Motivational Enhancement and the Behavior Change Process

 Carlo C. DiClemente, PhD, ABPP
Wednesday, August 12, 2:00–3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

Motivation is not an on-off switch. Intentional behavior change involves a dynamic, multidimensional process
that includes decision making, commitment, planning, behavior activation and maintaining change over time.
This webinar will discuss motivation enhancement through the lens of the stages and processes of change. Enhancing motivation requires an understanding of the critical tasks involved in moving through the stages of change and learning
how to activate client coping activities along the change journey. Motivational enhancement strategies and the
concepts of change and sustain talk will be examined in the context of this process.

Dr. Carlo DiClemente is an emeritus professor of psychology at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and director of several training centers. He is co-developer of the Transtheoretical Model of behavior change, and author of numerous scientific publications on motivation and health and addictive behavior change includinAddiction and Change: How Addictions Develop and Addicted People Recover (2018). He is the 2019 recipient of the Alfred M. Wellner Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Register of Psychologists.

Click here for more information on this 1 CE webinar.

NHPA members receive $10 off registration the code NHPA10.

Addressing White Racism as Part of 
the Psychotherapy Process 

David Drustrup, M.A.
Wednesday, August 26, 2:00–3:00 p.m. Eastern Time

David Drustrup will discuss the therapeutic dilemma of how white therapists should handle racist expressions from their white clients. He will discuss ethical and therapeutic implications and will walk through a model and examples for these challenging moments. His presentation will be grounded in critical studies of whiteness and he will encourage attendees to critique complex intrapsychic and emotional processes around whiteness within themselves and their future clients.

David Drustrup is a PhD candidate in Counseling Psychology at the University of Iowa. His master’s degree was in Counseling at The Family Institute at Northwestern University. His clinical practice primarily utilizes psychodynamic approaches with feminist and liberation psychology foci. His research is in racism and whiteness, with a forthcoming study on white people’s expectation of the white racial equilibrium and the way these seemingly innocuous white responses construct and protect white supremacist systems and epistemologies.

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NHPA members receive $10 off registration the code NHPA10.


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