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Dr. Julia Mackaronis will present “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Mechanisms, Evidence, & Evocative Interventions”

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When: 3/27/2018
6:00 PM
Where: The Grand Restaurant and Lounge
327 W Spokane Falls Blvd.
Spokane
Presenter: Dr. Julia Mackaronis
Contact: Jame Lontz
509-939-6863
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The Chapter 1 March meeting and 1-CE event will be Tuesday, March 27th, 6-8 PM at The Grand Restaurant and Lounge (327 W Spokane Falls Blvd. in Spokane, WA).  


Reminders about meetings:

1)      If you are a WSPA or IPA member, the 1 CE is free

2)      Non-members are also welcome ($15 to WSPA for CE credit)

3)      Attendees are welcome to order food/libations off the menu at their own cost

4)      Feel free to forward this email to colleagues who might like to join us

5)      If you are attending, please RSVP                                                        


We will have networking and a short business meeting 6-7pm, and then 7-8pm Dr. Julia Mackaronis will present “Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Mechanisms, Evidence, & Evocative Interventions.” 


Brief biography: Dr. Mackaronis earned her Ph.D. from the University of Utah in 2014. She currently works in the Mental Health Clinic and Caregiver Support Program at the Spokane VA Medical Center, and supervises and teaches residents in the Spokane Psychiatry Residency. Dr. Mackaronis began learning Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) in graduate school and found its theoretical basis and clinical application very powerful. She continued to seek ACT training experiences throughout her internship and postdoctoral fellowships, and is an active member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (the professional association associated with ACT). Dr. Mackaronis often employs ACT with her patients at the VA for a variety of presenting concerns, and enjoys teaching its theory and application to supervisees and residents.


Course Objectives are that participants will walk away with the ability to:

1)      Articulate the six core processes that comprise the mechanism of change in ACT

2)      Identify for which presenting concerns ACT is an evidence-based treatment

3)      Utilize at least one ACT intervention with their patients


Chapter 1 has applied to the Washington State Psychological Association (WSPA) for approval of one hour (1 “CE”) of Psychological Continuing Education for attending Dr. Mackaronis’ presentation. WSPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Workshops offered by WSPA are recognized continuing education activities under the rules adopted by the Washington State Examining Board of Psychology and the Licensed Counselors Advisory Committee. WSPA maintains responsibility for the program.

If anyone is interested in presenting a brief case for consultation at the meeting, please contact Jameson Lontz: DrLontz@BlueMountainPsychology.com.


Looking forward to seeing you on March 27th!

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