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July 6, 7 p.m. ET: Denial: Nuclear Trauma and the Cold War Psychiatry in Hiroshima

Ran Zwigenberg, M.Phil., Ph.D., an associate professor of Asian studies and Jewish studies at Penn State, will lead this webinar comparing the reactions of the psychological professions in Japan and the U.S. to the nuclear attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki with the reactions of the professions in both countries, as well as Israel and Germany, to the plight of Holocaust survivors.

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July 7, 3 p.m. ET: Chronic Pain and Serious Mental Illnesses

Chronic pain often co-occurs with psychiatric illnesses, including depression, anxiety, and serious mental illness (SMI). Participants in this webinar will learn how to evaluate and treat a patient with co-occurring chronic pain and SMI and how to use motivational interviewing to effectively communicate with the patient.

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July 14, Noon ET: APA Moore Equity in Mental Health Roundtable Conversation: Today’s Advocacy Paving a Path for a Brighter Future

Speakers will cover a range of topics from understanding local, state, and federal policies to the importance of voting and testifying. Participants will leave this session with clear steps on how to become a changemaker in their own communities. The speakers are Linda Wharton-Boyd, Ph.D., of the D.C. Health Benefit Exchange Authority; Mandar Jadhav, M.D., the APA/APAF Jeanne Spurlock Congressional Fellow; and Kathy Orellana, the senior regional director of state government relations in APA’s Division of Government Relations.

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