January 9th, 2021
Using Psychotherapy in the treatment of Anxiety and Depression- Earn up to 3 CE's
With Anxiety disorders being the most common mental illness in the U.S. and affecting 40 million adults, nearly one-half of those diagnosed with an anxiety disorder are also diagnosed with depression. Join leading authors and experts presenting psychotherapy approaches for treating these prevalent disorders. Click HERE to learn more and register.
January 16th, 2021
Treatment Perspectives for Trauma, Resistance and Addiction- Earn up to 4.5 CE's
Join leading experts and authors Christine Courtois, PhD, ABPP, Clifton Mitchell, PhD and Rebecca Williams, PhD for a day of workshops discussing treatment perspectives for clinicians in addressing trauma, resistance, and addiction. Dr. Courtois a leading expert in the treatment of trauma will provide an overview of complex trauma and its complex aftereffects and provide trauma focused strategies. Dr. Mitchell addresses the importance of the successful management of resistance in clients, and the pivotal point for effective therapy. Award winning author and a leader in the field of wellness and recovery from mental illness and addiction Rebecca Williams will share mindfulness approaches for treating addiction. Click HERE to learn more.
January 29-30th, 2021
Treating Adolescents and Young Adults in the Wake of 2020 - Earn up to 12 CE's (including telehealth & ethics)
Leading authors and experts will adjourn for 2 days of workshops focused on adolescent and young adults mental and behavioral health struggles in the wake of COVID-19. Workshops will cover pertinent topics including anxiety, tele-health, addiction, suicide, eating disorders and more. Clinical strategies will be provided to take away and use in daily treatment. Faculty and Website to be announced.
February 20th, 2021
Therapist Self-disclosure, Counter Transference, and Self Care in the Current Work Environment - Earn 3 Ethics Credit
This workshop addresses therapist responsibility with regard to ethical practice and cultural competency ensuring patient welfare in all aspects of practice. Participants will learn about (1) Recognizing and properly handling countertransference issues, (2) The three types of self-disclosure and their effects on the therapy relationship, (3) Recognizing the importance of therapist self-care (4) Handling counter-transference, therapist self-disclosure and therapist self-care to improve the therapeutic alliance and increase therapist effectiveness. Click HERE to learn more and register.