Additional recent RMHRN webinars are in the process of being posted


June 2020

Working with Refugees, Immigrants, and IDPs: Telehealth, Use of Interpreters, and Cultural Responsiveness
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Sandra Mattar, PsyD, & Lemny Perez, PsyD

No CE Option
Division 56 Members - CE 
Non-Members - CE
Students - CE


April 2020

Coping with the Disappearance of Family Members during Conflict and War:  Missing and Enforced Disappearance Status
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Kevin M. DeJesus, PhD, & Roubina Tahmazian, MA

No CE Option
Division 56 Members - CE 
Non-Members - CE
Students - CE


November 2019

Asylum and Cancelation of Removal Evaluations: Focus on Practical Skills in Providing Testimony in Immigration Court
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD and Giselle Hass, PsyD
Links will be available soon


October 2019

Impact and Integration: Psychology’s Role in Refugee and Asylum Seeker Cases, and Policy Development
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Adam Zahn, MS, Lavanya Devdas, PhD, MSW, & Megan Hume, MDP
Links will be available soon


May 2019

Intervening with Displaced Children and Families: Refugees, Immigrants and IDP's
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Rebecca Thomley, PsyD and Roshan Khatri, MD

No CE Option
Division 56 Members - CE 
Non-Members - CE
Students - CE


April 2019 

Mindfulness and Meditation Techniques for Vulnerable Populations and Caregivers
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Elizabeth Carll, PhD, Rick Williamson, PhD, and Naj Alikhan, LMFT

No CE Option
Division 56 Members - CE 
Non-Members - CE
Students - CE


February 2018

An Attorney's Perspective: Best Practices for Collaborating with Attorneys in Support of Immigrant Clients; Writing Effective Medical Affadavits; Testifying in Court; and Understanding Asylum Law
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll and Shana Tabak
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November 2017

Beyond Asylum Evaluations: Conducting Immigration Evaluations for Cancelation of Deportation, Hardship Waivers, and Waivers from Taking the U.S. Citizenship Exam
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll and Marta Miranda
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September 2017

The Refugee Crisis: Understanding and Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Families and Children Displaced by Armed Conflict
Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar: An APA Interdivisional Project
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Kenneth E. Miller
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June 2017

Asylum Evaluations Continued: A More In-Depth Look at Evaluating Special Populations
APA Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll, Roy Aranda, & Jennifer McQuaid
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May 2017

Working with Interpreters with Refugee Populations in Healthcare Settings and for Asylum Evaluations
APA Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll, Betsy Gard, & William Salton
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March 2017

Conducting Asylum Evaluations
APA Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll, William Salton, & Jennifer McQuaid
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February 2017

Screening and Intervening with Refugees; Understanding Trauma and the Mental Health Needs
APA Refugee Mental Health Resource Network Webinar
Co-sponsored by Divisions 56, 35, 52, and 55
Elizabeth Carll, Betsy Gard, & Carl Auerbach
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