Rogers Behavioral Health

Free webinar series

Rogers Behavioral Health offers live, interactive webinars for psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and other healthcare professionals who work in clinical settings throughout the country, free of cost.

Experts from Rogers cover a unique topic related to mental health or substance use to help you learn about evidence-based treatment modalities and expand your skillset.

Each webinar features a didactic lecture format followed by a live moderated Q&A session. A handout of the PowerPoint slides and list of references are available after the broadcast ends.

To be eligible for continuing education (CE) credit:

  • Pre-registration is required.
  • Each individual must register separately.
  • Participants must be logged in for the entire program (partial credit is not awarded).

Announcing the fall 2023 webinar lineup

Mark your calendar with these dates and bookmark this page to see when registration opens for each program. Note that each webinar broadcast begins at 1 pm ET (12 pm CT / 11 am MT / 10 am PT) and lasts for 90 minutes.

Friday, September 22

To mark National Suicide Prevention Month, Philadelphia clinical director Martin E. Franklin, PhD, will discuss the clinical management of obsessions related to suicide, especially when present in patients also suffering from acute suicidality as well as suicidal behavior.

This event has concluded. To view a recording, please visit Rogers Behavioral Health's YouTube channel.

Tuesday, October 10

As part of International OCD Awareness Week (October 8 through 14), executive director of clinical services for outpatient services, Jennifer Park, PhD, and Tarik Hadzic, MD, PhD, attending psychiatrist at Rogers’ Los Angeles location, will discuss OCD from an LGBTQ+ lens along with ways to design and approach exposures in a manner that does not promote stigma or reinforce stereotypes. 

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Thursday, November 9

Over the past four decades, a growing body of evidence shows the negative health consequences of bullying. Kristin Miles, PsyD, who oversees inpatient clinical programming on Rogers' Oconomowoc campus and Gene Yang, MD, MBA, attending psychiatrist at Rogers’ Kenosha and Madison locations, explore the effects of bullying and the interventions to consider implementing.

Friday, December 8

The lack of appropriate services for people with serious mental illness is increasingly recognized as a systemic problem. Rogers’ central service area associate medical director of outpatient services Christopher Lowden, MD, and Nashville clinical director Patrick Michaels, PhD, will focus on medical and psychosocial interventions for patients with chronic psychotic illness to promote meaningful community inclusion.

Webinar registration

When registering through CE-Go, you will need to scroll down to answer all questions before the “Place Order” button will function. Upon successfully registering, you will receive a confirmation email from CE-Go (, not Rogers. If you do not see this email, please be sure to check your spam/junk folder. We recommend adding to your email contacts to ensure that you receive all communications. If you run into any difficulties, reach out to the support team at CE-Go for assistance.

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