Northern Virginia Clinical Psychologists (NVCP)
Presents a 3-CEU Program on Friday, September 23, 2022
Implicit Memory – Leveraging the “Invisible” to Maximize Results
Presenters: Julie Lopez, Ph.D., LICSW & Debra Brosius, Psy.D.
Date/Time: Friday, September 23, 2022, 11am-4pm EST
Place: Maggiano’s Little Italy at Tyson’s II Galleria
2001 International Drive, McLean, Virginia 22102. (Phone 703-356-9000)
Menu: Family style luncheon to include vegetarian and non-vegetarian selections
11:00 am to 11:30 am Registration, Meet & Greet
11:30 am to 1:00 pm Lunch, Networking, Announcements
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm Presentation with Dr. Navidi
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm Presentation with Ms. Deutsch & Ms. Assaf
Registration: Deadline is 9/19/22. See specific instructions below for registering through VACP.
Want to up-level your clinical work to include the most significant part of what really drives
therapeutic results? Through advancements in neuropsychology we now understand how to address
implicit memories to change the codes that drive behavior, mood, relationship strategies and even
physiological realities like inflammation, chronic pain and vertigo. An overview of the many different
modalities that can be utilized to rework the data of implicit memory will be presented. Stories of
clinical application and illustration will be shared throughout. Participants will walk away with a table
of resources that can directly change implicit memory as well as links for further study and training.
1. Understand the conceptual birth of implicit memory.
2. Identify the 3 main types of implicit memory.
3. Identify the 4 causes of data storage in implicit rather than explicit memory.
4. Describe how implicit memory can deeply affect mental health.
5. Understand how and why various nonverbal treatment approaches may result in lasting
6. Apply implicit memory techniques to a variety of therapeutic modalities.
Julie Lopez, Ph.D., LICSW is an award winning clinician and entrepreneur, frequently sought by the
media for her expertise in trauma and wellness. Dr. Lopez is a speaker and author on her niche area of
interest of working with implicit memory. As an adopted person, Dr. Lopez is deeply passionate about
changing lives by rewiring deeply held codes in the nervous system. She is the founder and owner of
The Viva Center, which is headquartered in DC with additional offices in McLean and Fairfax.
Debra Brosius, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist in McLean, Virginia. With nearly 20 years of
experience, Dr. Brosius specializes in neuropsychological, psychological, and educational assessments.
In 2003, she earned her doctorate in psychology and clinical psychology from the American School of
Psychology at Argosy University in Washington, DC. During her career, Dr. Brosius has lived and worked
in various parts of the United States, Europe, and Asia, which has helped improve her ability to
connect with people from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds. She also worked as a clinical
outpatient neuropsychologist in the movement disorders clinic at Tampa General Hospital in Florida
and taught for many years as the Chairperson of the Neuropsychology concentration at Argosy Tampa.
Dr. Brosius is board certification eligible in Neuropsychology and continues to mentor graduate
students by providing externships in testing and therapy. She co-owns Integrated Psychology
Associates of McLean, a child and adolescent focused outpatient mental health practice.
Registration for this program will be processed through Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists (VACP). The deadline for registration is 5/30/22 and you will receive a confirmation email. You are encouraged to save this email. Please note that VACP is approved to provide 3 CEs for Virginia licensed clinical psychologists. Other licensing bodies may, or may not, accept VACP CEs. Participants must be present through the entire 1-4pm presentation in order to receive CE credits; partial CE credit is not permitted for late arrivals or early departures. For your awareness, parts of the presentations may be recorded.
Registration for this program will be processed through Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists (VACP). The
deadline for registration is 9/19/22 and you will receive a confirmation email. You are encouraged to save this
email. Please note that VACP is approved to provide 3 CEs for Virginia licensed clinical psychologists. Other
licensing bodies may, or may not, accept VACP CEs. Participants must be present through the entire 1:00 pm –
4:00 pm presentation in order to receive CE credits; partial CE credit is not permitted for late arrivals or early
departures. For your awareness, parts of the presentations may be recorded.
1. Click or paste this link: https://www.vapsych.org/nvcp9-23
2. Sign in to your VACP account, or create an account as a new user
3. Complete information, select membership category, and pay your registration fee
4. Direct any questions about registration to: firstname.lastname@example.org
5. Your CE certificate will be available immediately following the in-person event
Northern Virginia Clinical Psychologist (NVCP) is a regional organization of the Virginia Academy of Clinical Psychologists whose goal is to develop a collegial support network for Northern Virginia-based clinical psychologists and those studying to be licensed. NVCP hosts at discounted cost CE events, quarterly newsletters, message board forum, and a website (www.nv-cp.org). It is the largest regional academy of psychologists and provides many networking opportunities for its members. For more information about NVCP or ways you can become involved, please contact Laurentia Ruby at email@example.com, or call 703-839-2523, or visit our website at www.nv-cp.org.