Events

NC-PAL offers presentations on a variety of behavioral health topics!

Contact us to learn more or schedule a presentation.

January 2022

Thu, Jan. 20
Without question, the global pandemic of 2020-2021 has had a significant impact on children, adolescents, and families across North Carolina. In this presentation, we will review what we know about…
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Tue, Jan. 25
Client motivation is well documented as a significant predictor of the success of treatment for persons struggling with health behavior change. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an empirically…
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Tue, Jan. 25 Tue, Jun. 28
Eastern AHEC invites you to participate in live case consultation. These monthly sessions will give primary care providers an opportunity to strengthen their confidence in the management of children…
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Wed, Jan. 26
LIVESTREAM VIA ZOOM Clinical Education Teams (CETs) are a forum designed to improve the capacity of the local community to provide supports to individuals with ID/DD and complex behavioral health…
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February 2022

Thu, Feb. 10
Join Amy Levine, MSW, LCSW, to discover how Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and principles of mindfulness positively impact the developing brains of children and adolescents. Participants of this…
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Fri, Feb. 11 Fri, May. 13
2022 Best Practices in the Prevention and Treatment of Disordered Eating Series
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Mon, Feb. 28
Many health professionals do not have a clear understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), how to mitigate the risks by building up protective factors, or how to explain to…
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March 2022

Wed, Mar. 9
This webinar will provide an overview of assessment approaches and evidence-based practices for adolescents on the autism spectrum. Evidence-based assessment batteries including tests of cognitive,…
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Thu, Mar. 10
Lactation Support for patients is important for breastfeeding exclusivity and extended duration. Patients often ask their healthcare provider questions about breastfeeding to which the provider may…
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Fri, Mar. 11
LIVESTREAM PROGRAM Suicide is a leading cause of premature death in autistic people. Autistic individuals are significantly more likely to think about and attempt suicide than the general population…
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