Stay tuned to the rules for registering in the mini-courses:

1. The mini-courses will occur online and live from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in August of the current year in the morning from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. and each will have a workload of 3 hours.

2. Each participant will be able to enroll in only one mini-course per day, that is, if on August 11 a.m. there are 4 mini-courses happening at the same time, online and live, the participant will be able to enroll in only one on the 11 a.m. of August.

3. The number of places is limited to just 20 places for each online and live mini-course.

4. On 08/02/2021, a link are send to the participants’ e-mail so that they can enroll in the online and live mini-courses offered in the 3 days of the event.

5. The mini-courses that can record will be available from 8/16/2021 to 9/15/2021 for participants who are interested in registering and watching them in their entirety. These recorded mini-courses will have certified if the participant registers and watches them entirely.

6. Attention: Stay tuned to the dates of each mini-course, as no participant can enroll in two or more mini-courses offered online and live on the same day. If this happens, automatically are canceled the subscription.

11/088:30 – 11:30 a.mProductions of Psychological Reports and Writing DocumentsDra. Vivian Lago (UNISINOS) (CRP 07/14275)
Psychological Assessment in Admission Examination for Public SectorDra. Cristiane Faiad (UNB) (CRP 01/8335)
 Dimentional Inventory of Child Development Assessment (IDADI)Dra. Denise Bandeira (UFRGS) (CRP 07/04300)
Turma do Luria: assessment and interventionDr. Fernando Silveira (IPOG; Clínica Luria) (CRP 04/26848)
12/088:30 – 11:30 a.mPsychological Assessment in the context of Civil AviationMSc. Carlos Manoel Lopes Rodrigues (UNB) (CRP 01/21256)
Thematic Apperception Test: CAT- A and CAT-HEsp. Lívia Rocha (Instituto Cantinho do Psicólogo (CRP 15/2806)
Neuropsychological Assessment: Process, Methods and Clinical IndicatorsDra. Maria Andreia Marques (UESPI) (CRP 21/000188)
Clinical Assessment of AdultsDra. Clarisse Trentini (UFRGS) (07/08471)
13/088:30 – 11:30 a.mRemote Psychosocial Assessment through AVAX PlatformDra. Ana Carolina Peuker (AVAX) (07/11084)
Diagnostic Interview for Personality Disorders ( E- TRAP)Dr. Sérgio Eduardo Silva de Oliveira (UNB) (CRP 01/19894)
Psychological Assessment of High Abilities/ GiftednessDra. Tatiana de Cassia Nakano (PUC-Campinas) (06/66947)
Online Attention Test (AOL): differentials in the use of technology in the assessment of attention.MSc. Anna Carolina Neves Lance (Vetor Editora) (CRP 06/89318)

08/11/2021 – 8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Turma do Luria: Assessment and Intervention Practical Guide

Lecturer: Phd Fernando Silveira

Course content description: This course aims to introduce Luria and its applicability in the context of children who have global developmental delay. The instrument provides a Practical Activity Program, Performance Chart and an individualized Teaching Plan, targeting eight essential skills, namely: Attending Tasks, Imitation, Visual Perception, Expressive and Receptive Language, Academic, Social Play and Adaptive Behavior.

Graduated in Psychology and specialized in Neuropsychology at CEPSIC – HCFMUSP. Master and Doctor in Psychology in Universidad São Francisco (USF) with a concentration area in Psychological Assessment, scholarship by CAPES. Clinical Director and psychotherapist at Clínica Luria – Therapeutic Space, Development and Research, working in the neuropsychological assessment and stimulation of individuals with developmental delay, in the treatment of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), in learning disorders and behavioral changes, as well as in neuropsychological assessment and rehabilitation of adults and the elderly. He is currently coordinator of the Specialization in Neuropsychology at the Instituto de Pós-graduação e Graduação (IPOG), where he also serves as a professional internship supervisor in Neuropsychology. Beside that, he is the coordinator of the Specialization in ABA Intervention applied to the Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability, and author of Turma da Luria: Practical Guide to Child Intervention by Editora Vetor.

Production of Psychological Reports and Writing Documents

Lecturer:  Phd Vivian Lago

Course content description: The mini-course aims to present the similarities and differences between the Psychological Report and Appraisal Report, covering the objectives and structure of those documents. The Document excerpts will be presented to illustrate the discussion.

Specialist psychologist in Forensic Psychology, Master, Ph.D.Post-doctorate in Psychology in UFRGS, assistant professor at the University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos. She works as a technical assistant in Family Courts. She is  partner owner of “Expertise – Avaliação e Formação em Psicologia”.

Dimentional Inventory of Child Development Assessment (IDADI)

Lecturer: Phd Denise Bandeira

Course content description: The Dimensional Child Development Assessment Inventory (IDADI) is an instrument that assesses children aged 4 to 72 months through the report of their parents or caregivers. It includes seven development domains: Cognitive, Socioemotional, Communication and Receptive Language, Communication and Expressive Language, Broad Motricity, Fine Motricity and Adaptive Behavior. This course is designed for professionals working in the child development field and will introduce the IDADI and its application, survey and interpretation standards.

Psychologist, professor of the undergraduate program and the Graduate Program in Psychology of the Psychology Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). Master and PhD in Psychology at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). She is a Specialist in Psychological Diagnostics at the Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS). She is the Study Group coordinator, Application and Research in Psychological Assessment (GEAPAP -UFRGS) and Psychological Assessment Center (UFRGS). At the moment, She is the director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Research and Health Care at the Institute of Psychology (UFRGS).

Psychological Assessment in Admission Examination for Public Sector

Lecturer: Phd Cristiane Faiad

Course content description: The mini-course on Psychological Assessment in Admission Examination for Public Sector will cover the purpose, the stages, the main normative and the biggest challenges faced at this stage. The methodology of “profesiography”  (the scientific study of the Job title) and its importance in the process will also be discussed.

PhD in Psychology. Professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology and at the Graduate Program in Social, Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Brasília. Coordinator of LabPAM/UnB; Coordinator of the Research Group on Psychological Assessment in the Context of Public and Private Security (Profile Group) and Coordinator of the Research Center for Assessment and Social Technologies (Cepats). She works in research in the area of Psychometry, Psychological Assessment, mainly focused on the construction and evidence of validity of psychological instruments in different contexts.

08/12/2021 – 8:30 to 11:30 a.m

Thematic Apperception Test: CAT- A and CAT-H

Lecturer:  Psy.S. Lívia Rocha

Course content description: The CAT-A and CAT-H aim to investigate the child’s personality dynamics in its singularity, to understand the experiential world of the child, their emotional structure, the dynamics of their responses to the problems it faces and the way face them. CAT-A – Children from 5 to 10 years old. CAT-H – Children from 7 to 12 years old

Lecturer’s curriculum: Assessment (IPOG/AL). Specialist in Neuropsychology (IPOG/AL). Specializing in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Training in Sensory Perception Development, Body Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents, Group Psychotherapy with Children, Family Psychotherapy, Individual Psychotherapy, Psychological and Neuropsychological Assessment in Children, Adolescents and Adults. Supervision of Clinical Cases, Facilitator of Psychological Assessment, Child Psychodiagnostic, Drawing Interpretation and Play Therapy Courses. Creator of Instituto Cantinho do Psicólogo, Author of Therapeutic Resources at Editora Cantinho do Psicólogo and Distributor of Editors Vetor, Pearson and Hogrefe.

Clinical Assessment of Adults

Lecturer: Phd Clarissa Marceli Trentini

Course content description: The course aims to define and point out the steps or stages of psychological diagnosis in adults. Moreover, the pandemic context, the discussion of referrals with greater benefits and ethical aspects of the process will also be discussed.

Full Professor of Undergraduate and Post-graduate Courses in Psychology at UFRGS. PhD in Medical Sciences: Psychiatry (UFRGS). Master in Clinical Psychology (PUCRS). Specialist in Psychological Assessment (UFRGS). Coordinator of the Center for Studies in Psychological Assessment and Psychopathology (NEAPP). CNPq Research Productivity Scholarship, level 1C. Co-author of adaptations of measurement instruments in Psychological Assessment and one of the organizers of the Collection in Psychological Assessment.

Neuropsychological Assessment: Process, Methods and Clinical Indicators

Lecturer: Phd Maria Andréia da Nóbrega Marques (CRP 21-00188)

Course content description: Neuropsychological Assessment: process, methods and clinical indicators “are considered different theoretical aspects and on the applicability of neuropsychological assessment. It addresses the objectives and specificities of neuropsychological assessment in childhood, adolescence, adulthood and ageing, as well as in different diagnoses; the operationalization of the process; methods and neuropsychological clinical reasoning. We discuss the clinical and scientific contributions of neuropsychological assessment, as well as the technical qualification of the professional.

Graduated in Psychology in the Universidade Estadual do Piauí (UESPI), Doctorate and Post-Doctorate in Psychology from the Universidade São Francisco, Master in Education in the Universidade Federal do Piauí (UFPI), Specialization in Higher Education, Specialization in Gestalt Therapy and Specialization in Neuropsychology. Clinical neuropsychologist and psychotherapist from a gestalt perspective. Rehabilitation manager of the Integrated Rehabilitation Center. Neuropsychologist of the Neurosurgery Team with Awake Patient at Hospital São Marcos. Adjunct Professor at UESPI and professor at Centro Universitário Santo Agostinho. Leader and researcher of the research group Research Group on Neuroscience, Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation at UESPI.

Psychological Assessment in the context of Civil Aviation

Lecturer: Msc. Carlos Manoel Lopes Rodrigues

Course content description: This mini-course aims to familiarize participants with the context and procedures of Psychological Assessment in the context of Civil Aviation for the exercise of functions onboard aircraft. Legal, ethical, technical and practical aspects of the evaluation will be addressed, as well as the constructs to be evaluated, available instruments and preparation of documents.

Psychologist graduated in Universidade Federal de Uberlândia. Master and PhD student in Social Psychology of Work and Organizations in Universidade of Brasília. Adjunct Professor and Internship Supervisor in the area of ​​psychological assessment at Centro Universitário de Brasília – UniCEUB. Researcher at the Laboratory of Research in Evaluation and Measurement – LabPam / UnB in the fields of Psychological Assessment, construction of instruments and worker health.

08/13/2021 –8:30 to 11:30 a.m.

Psychological Assessment of High Abilities/ Giftedness

Lecturer: Phd Tatiana de Cassia Nakano

Course content description: High abilities/giftedness (HA/G) is a phenomenon that is still little explored in Psychology, especially in the area of ​​psychological assessment, despite the growing demand. On the subject, several challenges still need to overcome, involving lack of consensus about its definition, myths and misconceptions about the concept, difficulties in identifying and evaluating individuals who have indicators of high ability/giftedness, absence of specifically developed psychological instruments for that population. Such issues have constituted difficulties for the study of the theme and the expansion of adequate care for this specific population. In this sense, the mini-course aims to present, in general, the main topics related to the theme of high abilities/giftedness: definitions, historical understandings, Brazilian laws and service programs. There Will Greater emphasis to the identification processes and instruments used in the psychological assessment process. Finally, the various possibilities of the psychologist’s performance in this context will address to situate the contribution of Psychology to this field.

Professor of the stricto sensu graduate program in Psychology at PUC-Campinas, researcher in Instruments and Processes in Psychological Assessment. Post-Doctorate at University São Francisco (2009) and Doctorate in Psychology as Profession and Science (2006) at PUC-Campinas .CNPq Level 2 Productivity Researcher.  She works mainly in the area of ​​Psychological Assessment, Creativity, High Skills/Giftedness, Intelligence, Socio-emotional Skills, and Positive Psychology. She is past president of the Brazilian Association of Creativity and Innovation (Criabrasilis, 2014-2017), collaborating member of the Brazilian Council for Giftedness (Conbrasd, 2018-2020) and member of the Positive Psychology and Creativity working group at Anpepp.

Diagnostic Interview for Personality Disorders ( E- TRAP)

Lecturer: Phd Sérgio Eduardo Silva de Oliveira

Course content description: The personality disorders diagnoses is a paradigm transition process, moving from a categorical to a dimensional model. To make this transition less abrupt, was proposed a hybrid model, which combines both approaches (categorical and dimensional). Were published these two systems for assessing and diagnosing personality disorders in the fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Was developed the Diagnostic Interview for Personality Disorders (E-TRAP To assist researchers and clinicians in the diagnostic practice of this type of psychopathology. It is a semi-adaptive, computerized interview developed in Brazil and based on the categorical and dimensional models of the DSM-5. This mini-course aims to present the theoretical bases of E-TRAP and technical specifications for its proper use.  It will held Discussions on the knowledge, skills and abilities required to use E-TRAP, as well as guidelines for the ethical and consistent use of scores and interpretations derived from E-TRAP.

Sergio Eduardo Silva de Oliveira is psychologist ( UNILAVRAS, 2009), specialist in psychological assessment (UFRGS, 2014), master in psychology (UFRGS, 2012) and Ph.D. in psychology (UFRGS, 2016). His doctoral internship was at the University of Minnesota under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Robert Frank Krueger.  He is Adjunct professor at the Department of Clinical Psychology (PCL) and at the Graduate Program in Clinical Psychology and Culture (PsiCC) at University of Brasília (UnB). At UNB, hi is the founder and coordinator of the Center for Studies in Clinical Psychological Assessment (NEAPSIC) and the Psychological Assessment Service (SAPsi). He is an associate member of the Brazilian Institute of Psychological Assessment (IBAP) and a member of the international consortium of researchers of the hierarchical taxonomy model of psychopathology (HiTOP model).

Remote Psychosocial Assessment through AVAX Platform

Lecturer: Phd Ana Carolina Peuker

Course content description: Present the concept, contextualization in organizations, aggravating factors and consequences on health and safety at work of Psychosocial Factors at Work; approach the practice in the Brazilian context and how the evaluation process is carried out and provide guidance on the preparation of documents through the AVAX PSI platform and case examples.

Psychologist. Specialist in Clinical Psychology. Master, PhD and Post Doctorate in Psychology, at the Graduate Program in Psychology at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), at the Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, Neurosciences and Behavior (LPNeC). She was professor at the Institute of Psychology (UFRGS). Post Doctorate in the Group of Advanced Studies in Health Psychology (GEAPSA/UNISINOS). Member of the Psychological Assessment Committee (CAP) of the Psychology Council of RS (CRP/07). Member of COVID-19 Task Force of the Brazilian Society of Psychology (SBP). CEO of Bee Touch, a mental health startup and co-creator of AVAX Psi, the first psychological assessment platform in Brazil.

Online Attention Test (AOL): differentials in the use of technology in the assessment of attention.

Lecturer: MSc. Anna Carolina Neves Lance

Course content description: The development of new technologies has contributed to the transformation of professional activities in different areas of activity. Specifically for Psychology, the resources offered by informatics can bring important contributions to the psychological assessment processes. The computerization of psychological tests and instruments makes it possible to gather information about the evaluated subjects that would not be possible through instruments that use pencil and paper. In addition, it ensures greater standardization, precision and agility in application and assessment procedures, allowing the psychologist to spend more time in synthesizing the information obtained during the psychological assessment process. In the context of attention assessment, the AOL-A (Alternate Online Attention), AOL-C (Concentrated Online Attention) and AOL-D (Divided Online Attention) tests have technological features such as time recording of reaction and the form and sequence in which the stimuli are selected, in addition to the attribution of differentiated scores depending on the order of execution of the test. Measures that provide greater control and understanding of the individual’s attention capacity. This short course aims to present the differentials and guidelines for using the On-line Attention tests – AOL (Alternate, Concentrated and Divided).

Graduated in Psychology from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie (2007), specialist in Hospital Psychology from Hospital das Clínicas of the Faculty of Medicine of USP-HCFMUSP (2009) and Master (2017) in Psychology (Psychological Assessment concentration area) from Universidade São Francisco – USF – Campinas. She works as a researcher in the Department of Products and Research at Vetor Editora. Author of the Attention Online (AOL) test by Vetor Editora.

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