About this event
Self-regulation is the capacity of a person to control their attention, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Emerging during infancy and evolving across the lifespan, self-regulation requires a person to monitor, manage, and control their cognitive, affective, and physical responses to the world as it evolves around them.
The critical nature of self-regulation is emphasized by the fact that it predicts both short- and long-term outcomes across the lifespan in diverse contexts ranging from social situations to school and work. When deficits arise in this critical area of functioning, several consequences can result. As such, it is imperative for professionals to understand this important and complex topic.
Designed for professionals who work with clients impacted by mental health and/or substance use disorders, this comprehensive, Zoom-based training series, features 15 different, evidence-based livestream training modules that cover different aspects of self-regulation.
Each of the comprehensive training webinars is approximately two-hours in length and accompanied by PowerPoint slides, handouts, and access to other resources. A diverse array of topics will be covered throughout this continuing education training series.
Participants have the option of taking a specific training in the series to obtain a certificate of attendance or completing all training webinars to earn a series completion certificate. In order to obtain the series completion certificate, participants must attend a minimum of 12 out of 15 trainings in this series.
Trainings that encompass this continuing education series include:
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Prenatal Trauma – 1/21/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits Among Children – 2/25/2022 exception-4th Friday
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Trauma-and-Stressor and Attachment-Related Disorders -3/18/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Executive Dysfunction -4/22/2022 because of Good Friday
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Sleep Disturbances – 5/20/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Neurodevelopmental Disorders -6/17/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)-7/15/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Challenging and Problematic Behaviors – 8/19/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Intimate Partner Violence – 9/16/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Child Maltreatment -10/21/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Parenting Behaviors-11/18/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Mental Health Disorders – 12/26/2022
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Addictive Behaviors and Disorders – 1/20/2023
• Self-Regulation Deficits and Health Risk Behaviors and Challenges -2/17/2023
• Self-Regulation-Informed Leadership, Employee, and Self-Care Practices -3/17/2023
As evidenced by the following learning objectives, attendance has the potential to improve short- and long-term outcomes for clients impacted by self-regulation deficits:
1. Develop a working knowledge of self-regulation and its related constructs and its implications throughout the life span
2. Identify possible causes and risk factors for self-regulation deficits
3. Discuss developmental and neurobiological considerations in the manifestation of self-regulation deficits
4. Review disorders and conditions that are commonly comorbid with self-regulation deficits
5. Articulate the wide-ranging deleterious impact of self-regulation deficits on an individual’s behavioral, emotional, social, and physical health
6. Learn about the impact self-regulation deficits have on the entire family system
7. Explore the challenges that helping professionals face when working with clients impacted by self-regulation deficits
8. Review intervention and screening options for use with clients impacted by self-regulation deficits
9. Learn about the impact self-regulation deficits have on various special population groups (e.g., ADHD, ASD, ID, FASD, SPMI, and TBI)
10. Examine relevant research findings
You are registering for a full 12 session certificate by choosing one of the tickets in the full certificate registration. As each session is offered thereafter , there will be a special ticket for each full registrant from which you may choose to attend, at no further cost, until you have completed 12 sessions. Watch for individual session to also appear monthly. If you complete this registration you will have received a 10% discount for the series. Zoom Invitations will se emailed the Thursday before each event.
Jerrod Brown, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor, Program Director, and lead developer for the Master of Arts degree in Human Services with an emphasis in Forensic Behavioral Health for Concordia University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Jerrod has also been employed with Pathways Counseling Center in St. Paul, Minnesota for the past seventeen years. Pathways provides programs and services benefitting individuals impacted by mental illness and addictions. Through his work at Pathways, Jerrod has extensive experience working with clients diagnosed with neurodevelopmental disorders, serious and persistent mental health (SPMI) conditions, trauma and stressor related disorders, substance use and other addictive disorders, sleep disorders, and criminal justice-involved populations. Jerrod is also the founder and CEO of the American Institute for the Advancement of Forensic Studies (AIAFS) and the Editor-in-Chief of Forensic Scholars Today (FST). Jerrod has completed four separate master’s degree programs and holds graduate certificates in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Other Health Disabilities (OHD), and Traumatic-Brain Injuries (TBI). Jerrod is also certified as a Brain Health Coach, Trauma Professional, Compassion Fatigue Professional, Youth Firesetting Prevention/Intervention Specialist, an Anger Resolution Therapist (CART), a Thinking for a Change (T4C) Facilitator, a Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Trainer, an Autism Specialist, Digestive Health Specialist, Gut Health Specialist, Stress and Mindset Coach, Holistic Health Coach, Sleep Science Coach, Sex Crimes & Relational Paraphilic Attachments (RPA), Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (CMHIMP), and a Problem Gambling Treatment Provider in the state of Minnesota. Jerrod has published numerous articles and book chapters. Email: Jerrod01234Brown@live.com