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1 Earn up to 7.5 CEs

2 Friday-Saturday November 1-2, 2019 Friday, November 1, 2019 Events Association Business Meeting - Membership and the NJPA Executive Board - Jane Selzer Member Recognition Awards - NJPAGS Chair Certificate of Appreciation Registration Fees Friday Night Awards Ceremony and CODI CE Program (1.5 CEs) NJPA Member: $75 NJPA Sustaining Member: $63.75 ECP: $52.50 NJPA Student Member: $37.50 Non-Member: $150 Saturday CE Program (6.0CEs) NJPA Member: $240 NJPA Sustaining Member: $200 ECP: $165 NJPA Student Member: $80 Non-Member: $480 FRIDAY NIGHT SCHEDULE Friday, November 1, :00 pm 7:30pm Registration 4:00pm 5:00pm Association Business Meeting/Awards 5:00 pm 6:00pm Cocktail Reception/Awards (Atrium) 6:00 pm 7:30pm Banquet/Awards (Crystal Room) 7:30pm 9:00pm Committee on Diversity and Inclusion CE Program (Embassy Room) (1.5 CEs available) SATURDAY CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 7:30 am 8:45 am Registration & Continental Breakfast Buffet (Crystal Room) 7:30 am 1:15 pm NJPAGS Poster Session (Atrium) 7:30 am 1:15 pm Sponsors & Exhibits (Atrium) 8:45 am 9:15 am Welcome and Psychologist of the Year Award 9:15 am 12:30 pm (includes 15 minute refreshment break) General Session with Dr. Paul Foxman (3.0 CEs available) 12:30 pm 1:15 pm Social Luncheon (Atrium) 1:15 pm 4:30 pm (includes 15 minute refreshment break) Afternoon Sessions (3.0 CEs available)/select One: - Paul Foxman, PhD - Lynn Mollick, PhD - Allen Weg, PhD 4:30pm Program Conclusion Cocktail Reception: Appetizers & Cash Bar - Academic & Scientific Awards - Dawn Gemeinhardt Student of Excellence Award - NJPAF Awards Banquet - Citizen of the Year - Legislator of the Year - Lifetime Achievement Awards - Stanley Moldawsky Mentor Award Committee on Diversity & Inclusion (1.5 hour CE program) Events Poster Sessions - NJPAGS proposal of scholarly work that has not been presented or published Sponsors and Exhibits Morning General Session ( 3.0 hour CE program) - Keynote speaker: Director, Vermont Institute of Anxiety, Dr. Paul Foxman Afternoon Sessions ( 3.0 hour CE program) - Paul Foxman, PhD - Lynn Mollick, PhD - Allen Weg, EdD New Jersey Psychological Association 354 Eisenhower Parkway Plaza I, Suite 1150 Livingston, NJ

3 The Anxiety Epidemic Earn up to 7.5 CE hours! Anxiety is now recognized as the most prevalent emotional condition in the U.S. and the world, according to the National Institute of Mental Health and the World Health Organization. The soaring trend toward anxiety has been accelerated by global stress and high-profile threats, such as terrorism, gun violence, cyberbullying and other realities of the modern world. This is compounded by increasing stresses to children, which can include divorce, family breakdown, academic competition, producing a shell shocked generation of youth suffering from high levels of anxiety. The New Jersey Psychological Association is pleased to invite you to the 2019 Fall Conference. Psychologists, mental health providers, physicians, marriage and family therapists, educators, social workers, and graduate students will gather to learn about the latest therapeutic strategies and effective interventions for Anxiety from a stellar group of professionals and experts in the field. NJPA strives to meet the varied needs and interests of all attendees by offering: Workshops by leading speakers in the field of anxiety and anxiety disorders Up to 7.5 Continuing Education hours approved by APA A pre-conference Association Business Meeting Opportunities to network with peers Poster Sessions providing students the opportunity to showcase their research Sponsorship opportunities The New Jersey Psychological Association provides the highest quality CE programming in the state. We hope you can join us! Conference Venue and Hotel Reservations Venue The 2019 Fall Conference will be held at The Hanover Manor, 16 Eagle Rock Avenue, East Hanover, NJ. For directions and venue ADA access, visit Hotel Information To give you a wide range of lodging choices, NJPA has researched several hotels in the nearby area. Some of the options include: Courtyard Hanover Whippany by Marriott The Wilshire Grand Hotel The Westminster Hotel (there is a block of rooms available at The Westminster Hotel for a special rate of $ plus tax. This rate is good until 10/1/19. Please follow this website link : New Jersey Psychological Association Conference to book your room. New Jersey Psychology Association (NJPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association\ to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility the program and its content. Please direct your questions concerning an NJPA or NJPA Co-Sponsored CE program, to NJPA Central Staff. You may your question(s) to or call

4 CODI Town Hall 2019 Diversity Town Hall Addressing Racial Trauma in Therapy: Managing Client and Therapist Anxiety Presenters: Briana Cox, PsyD, Susan Herschman, PsyD, Jennifer Jones, PsyD with Moderators: Caridad Moreno, PhD and Lucy Takagi, PsyD 1.5 CE Credits Program Date: Friday, November 1, 2019 (7:30 PM-9:00 PM) Venue Address: The Hanover Manor, 16 Eagle Rock Avenue, East Hanover, NJ Program Narrative: We are exposed to the issue of racism through media and daily experience and so are our clients. Many times our clients need a safe space to navigate all of the input they receive and come to terms with how racism and oppression are impacting their lives. Dealing with the topic of racism in an open, factual and compassionate way may alleviate some client anxiety around the topic and help them address these issues in a safe environment. This session will explore the role race plays in the therapeutic process when addressing issues of racial trauma and offer the participants techniques to openly discuss race and racial trauma in a therapeutic setting. White fragility is a process by which white people experience discomfort and anxiety when confronted with information about racial inequality and injustice. This presentation further explores ways in which this process impedes White therapists ability to effectively treat people of color, particularly those affected by race-based trauma. A group exercise will be employed, lasting 30 minutes, at the end of the two Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (CODI) presentations on Racial Trauma. The audience will be divided into smaller groups, with CODI member s role playing and facilitating the exercise. The exercise will consist of 1-2 brief role plays, displaying a Black client in session with a non-black psychologist, reporting different anxiety-provoking incidents. The goal of the role play (s) will be to highlight situations, where incidents perceived as racially loaded or traumatic, can be effectively addressed by the therapist in a racially sensitive manner. Further, role play (s) discussion should highlight the psychologist s humility in addressing the patient s experience, as well as possible complaints about the therapy. 1. Participants will be able to describe the role systemic racism can have on the therapy process with clients 2. Participants will be able to discuss how the current political climate and community unrest impacts the client and how to apply that knowledge to address client needs 3. Participants will demonstrate therapeutic techniques to in order to have an open dialogue with clients around these issues. Additionally they will be able to apply specific techniques to begin to address the psychological harm racial trauma has caused client 4. Participants will be able to define white fragility and identify examples in clinical settings. 5. Participants will identify and develop at least one (1) racially sensitive intervention to address racial trauma in psychotherapy. 6. Participants will also be able to address at least one (1) way to respond to a client who expresses not feeling understood racially by the therapist. Target Audience: Psychologists and other mental health professionals Level of Learning: Introductory Level, no prior knowledge of topic required Presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program

5 FEATURED SPEAKER - Paul Foxman, PhD General Session 9:15 am - 12:30 pm (Includes a 15 minute refreshment break) 3 CEs The Anxiety Epidemic Paul Foxman, PhD is Founder and Director of the Vermont Center for Anxiety Cara, a private practice and therapist-training program in Burlington, VT. He is the author of several books on anxiety including The Worried Child, Dancing with Fear, and The Clinician s Guide to Anxiety Disorders in Kids and Teens. Dr. Foxman received a B.A. in psychology at Yale University, and PhD. In clinical Psychology at George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Workshop: Dr. Foxman s keynote session will explore how, when and why anxiety arises, as well as an overview of effective therapeutic strategies and interventions. Data on the prevalence of anxiety will be provided, including a historical review of anxiety diagnoses. The presentation will distinguish between normal anxiety and anxiety disorders. Dr. Foxman s Three Ingredients framework will address the genetic and learning basis of anxiety, the assets and liabilities of the anxiety personality style, and the relationship between stress and anxiety. Included will be a brief history of therapy approaches from psychoanalysis to mindfulness. 1. Apply the Three Ingredients framework (genetics, personality style and stress) for understanding the genesis of anxiety disorders 2. Distinguish between normal anxiety and anxiety disorders 3. Explain two research-based findings about the impact of stress 4. Specify three behavioral health recommendations for reducing anxiety 5. Recommend three stress management practices that can counteract anxiety 6. Name two recent additions to the diagnosis of anxiety disorders Target Audience: The keynote session will be most appreciated by clinical professionals who are familiar with the DSM system of diagnosis; psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, educators, physicians, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, graduate students Identification of Program Level of Learning beyond the Completion of a Doctoral Degree - Intermediate: some basic knowledge of the specific content is required. Presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program.

6 FEATURED SPEAKER - Paul Foxman, PhD Afternoon Session A 1:15 pm 4:30 pm (Includes a 15 minute refreshment break) 3 CEs Recognizing and Treating Anxiety Disorders in Children Paul Foxman, PhD is Founder and Director of the Vermont Center for Anxiety Cara, a private practice and therapist-training program in Burlington, VT. He is the author of several books on anxiety including The Worried Child, Dancing with Fear, and The Clinician s Guide to Anxiety Disorders in Kids and Teens. Dr. Foxman received a B.A. in psychology at Yale University, and PhD. In clinical Psychology at George Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. Workshop: This workshop builds on Dr. Foxman s morning keynote address and focuses on anxiety in children. Practical treatment strategies will be discussed for the following selected anxiety disorders: Separation anxiety Panic disorder Generalized anxiety disorder Obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder Social anxiety disorder Trauma and stressor-related disorders Emphasis will be on integrative psychotherapeutic interventions involving insight-oriented, cognitivebehavioral, exposure, mind-body, solution-oriented and family systems approaches. A profile of the effective child therapist will be presented, as well as suggestions for including parents in the therapy process. 1. Address child separation anxiety with a parent letting go intervention 2. Use the Floating Technique to effectively treat panic disorder 3. Apply three strategies for reducing worry in children with generalized anxiety disorder 4. Prescribe an ERP (Exposure and Response Prevention) protocol for obsessive-compulsive disorder 5. Specify two effective interventions for treating social anxiety disorder 6. Introduce a somatic healing approach for healing trauma and stressor-related disorders Target Audience: The session will be geared towards professionals who work therapeutically with anxious children; psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, educators, physicians, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, graduate students Identification of Program Level of Learning beyond the Completion of a Doctoral Degree - Intermediate: some basic knowledge of the specific content is required. Presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program.

7 AFTERNOON SPEAKER Lynn R. Mollick, PhD Afternoon Session B 1:15 pm 4:30 pm (Includes a 15 minute refreshment break) 3 CEs Acceptance of Anxiety: A New Cognitive Behavioral Approach to GAD, Panic, OCD, PTSD & Social Anxiety Lynn R. Mollick, Ph.D. is the Co-Leader and Co-Founder of the New Jersey Association of Cognitive Behavior Therapists. She writes and lectures about CBT and has presented 7 workshops on acceptance CBT for anxiety to New Jersey mental health professionals. For the past 10 years, she has been leading a CBT Training and Consultation group for mental health professionals every other Friday morning. Her private practice is in Cranford. Workshop: Early CBT developed cognitive and behavioral interventions to reduce anxiety, but more recently the field has taken a radically different approach: acceptance of the anxiety experience. Dr. Mollick will explain how struggling to avoid anxious thoughts and feelings only intensifies them. Instead of trying to change dysfunctional cognitions and maladaptive behavior, contemporary CBT teaches: Defusion, Mindfulness, Self-compassion, and Identifying and pursuing valued goals. Dr. Mollick will describe how to implement these new acceptance techniques as well as how to integrate them into a traditional CBT or psychodynamic practice. In addition, Dr. Mollick will provide illustrations of specific acceptance techniques for treating panic, OCD, PTSD, and social anxiety. 1. List the three core metacognitions that cause and maintain anxiety symptoms. 2. Explain why being mindful is helpful to anxious patients. 3. Define the concept of defusion. 4. Describe at least one technique for working with anxious patients who either think they re unable to do mindfulness exercises or won t practice mindfulness exercises between sessions. Target Audience: Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, graduate students. Identification of Program Level of Learning beyond the Completion of a Doctoral Degree - Introductory: no prior knowledge of the specific content is required. Presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program.

8 AFTERNOON SPEAKER Allen H. Weg, EdD Afternoon Session C 1:15 pm 4:30 pm (Includes a 15 minute refreshment break) 3 CEs Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Anxiety in Adolescents Dr. Allen H. Weg is a New Jersey Licensed Psychologist. He is Founder and Director of Stress and Anxiety Services of New Jersey, an independent practice of 10 therapists with offices in East Brunswick and Florham Park, specializing in cognitive behavioral and other evidence-based treatment of OCD, PTSD, and other anxiety-related disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. His practice also offers Telehealth services, and has a YouTube channel where Dr. Weg hosts a series of video clips called, "OCD Tips." Workshop: Anxiety can often present itself very differently in adolescents relative to anxiety-related struggles in adults. Understanding these differences as well as how anxiety in youngsters may manifest itself as other difficulties (school avoidance, hostility and anger, mood shifts, etc.) is a necessary prerequisite for effective treatment. This presentation will review these differences with the goal of increasing accurate diagnoses for anxiety disorders in adolescents. We will also explore specific protocols designed from a Cognitive Behavioral framework and how they can be applied to our younger clients suffering with anxiety related difficulties. Boundaries and roles among therapists, parents, school personnel, and the clients themselves will be addressed. 1. Participants will be able to describe different anxiety presentations in adolescents 2. Participants will be able to apply the different components of CBT in its relationship to adolescent anxiety, with special emphasis on relaxation, cognitive restructuring, exposure therapy, and the establishment of boundaries with parents in treatment. 3. Participants will more effectively select between behavioral vs cognitive interventions and between relaxation and exposure models of treatment. Target Audience: Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, nurses, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, graduate students. Identification of Program Level of Learning beyond the Completion of a Doctoral Degree - Intermediate: some basic knowledge of the specific content is required. Presenter does not have any commercial support and/or conflict for interest for this program.

9 Friday-Saturday November 1-2, 2019 The Hanover Manor 16 Eagle Rock Avenue East Hanover, NJ Friday Night Awards Ceremony and CODI CE Program (1.5 CEs) NJPA Member: $75 NJPA Sustaining Member: $63.75 ECP: $52.50 Non-Member: $150 NJPA Student Member: $37.50 Registration Fees Saturday All Day Conference (6 CEs) NJPA Member: $240 NJPA Sustaining Member: $200 ECP: $165 NJPA Student Member: $80 Non-Member: $480 Morning Session: The Anxiety Epidemic Dr. Paul Foxman (3 CEs) Afternoon Sessions Your Choice! Recognizing and Treating Anxiety Disorder in Children Dr. Paul Foxman (3 CEs) Acceptance of Anxiety: A New CB Approach to GAD, Panic, OCD, PTSD and Social Anxiety in Adults Lynn Mollick, PhD (3CEs) Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Anxiety in Adolescents Dr. Allen H. Weg, EdD (3 CEs) Conference Policies NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content. NJPA ensures that any permission for proprietary information utilized in NJPA co-sponsored programs and the safeguarding of these materials is discussed with the presenter. NJPA co-sponsored program attendees are not permitted to share the programs materials received either in hard copy form or electronically. Attendance at the Saturday AM and PM workshops qualify for a total of 6 hours of CE credit for psychologists; no partial credit will be granted. NJPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NJPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content. All programs are geared to mental health professionals with an interest in the topic unless otherwise noted. Some basic knowledge of the specific topic is required. ADA accommodations available upon request. Requests must be made at least 14 days prior to the event. Please contact Ana DeMeo at for more details. NJPA ensures that any permission for proprietary information utilized in NJPA programs and the safeguarding of these materials is discussed with the presenter. NJPA program attendees are not permitted to share the programs materials received either in hard copy form or electronically. Photos of individuals and groups will be taken at this event. NJPA reserves the right to use photos for marketing, recruiting, and other business. Photos may appear in future publications, on the NJPA website, and on NJPA and/or NJPAF social media accounts including, but not limited to, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. If you would like to be removed from photos, please contact All complaints following the completion of the conference should be made in writing and submitted within 7 days. All complaints will be reviewed by the Executive Director and the Committee on Continuing Educational Affairs. A response will be issued within 7 business days. The grievance policy can be found on In the event a participant wishes to rescind their enrollment, refunds may be requested until October 15, Requests for refunds will be acknowledged within 1 business day. Refunds will be provided in the manner in which the participant paid. Money will be refunded less a $25.00 administration fee. No workshop materials will be provided. No refunds after October 15, 2019.

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