Upcoming Events

Take a look at our upcoming virtual offerings!

May 8th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Evidence-Based Techniques for Treating Addictive Disorders - Earn 4.5 Credits


With almost 21 million people suffering from an addictive disorder in the US, only 10% receive treatment.  This virtual event brings together some of the top trainers for evidence-based techniques for clinicians to utilize in day-to-day treatment strategies including CBT, Logo-Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.


May 15th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Working with the LGBTQ+ Population: Best Practices - Earn 3 Credits


With 42% of people who are LGBTQ reporting that they live in an unwelcoming environment, these two sessions with Jordan Held, LCSW will provide clinicians enhanced competencies and skills in working with this population.  Jordan has had extensive experience working with the LGBTQIA+ population and has presented internationally.  These presentations are aimed at clinicians off all experiences who are interested in becoming more competent and affirming to the LGBTQ+ community.


May 22nd, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Ethics & Cultural Diversity Training: Patient Abandonment and Cultural Humility, Best Practices - Earn 3 Credits (Ethics or Cultural Competency)


Join Dr. Pamela Harmell, a nationally recognized lecturer, specializing in legal and ethical issues in clinical practice. Dr. Hamell’s first session addresses Patient Abandonment and will include when it is ethically appropriate to terminate the relationship with a client, even if the client objects, along with the four elements required for proper termination.

Her second session Cultural Humility will address all ethical aspects of cultural sensitivity in the current climate and will include how the DSM 5 addresses culture in diagnostic practices, along with how you use intersectionality in your clinical work.


June 12th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Innovative Techniques for Dissolving Resistance: The Precursors Model of Change - Earn 3 Credits


Dr. Hanna conducts seminars and workshops across America covering what brings people to engage in positive change. His research focuses on discovering the activeingredients of psychotherapeutic change. As a result of his research, Dr. Hanna has developed and published a wide variety of innovative clinical techniques aimed at positive change applicable to such varied contexts as oppression, criminality, addictions, spirituality, and his specialty population, which is difficult adolescents. Join Dr. Hanna for an in-depth workshop on innovative techniques for clinicians to use in dissolving resistance in clients.


June 12th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Mind-Brain-Gene: Toward Psychotherapy Integration - Earn 3 Credits


Every few years a seemingly new psychotherapeutic approach surges in popularity, only to fade away later as a distant memory. Recently a wide variety of interactive factors underlying many health and mental health problems have been identified. This seminar synthesizes the substantial literature on psychoneuroimmunology and epigenetics, combining it with the neuroscience of emotional, interpersonal, cognitive, dynamics, with psychotherapeutic approaches to offer an integrated vision of psychotherapy. 


June 26th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Techniques for Treating Individuals with PTSD and Co-occurring Disorders: New Developments in Cognitive Behavior Therapy - Earn 3 Credits


Dr. Meichenbaum will present various evidence-based treatment approaches that address these clinical challenges. He will discuss how Constructive Narrative strengths-based interventions have been developed, including the integration of spirituality and psychotherapy. He will present ways to bolster resilience across the lifespan from " high risk " children and their families, youth, adults to the elderly. How therapists can implement the Core tasks of therapy in order to achieve long-lasting behavioral changes in their clients such as those who experience PTSD and Substance abuse disorders will be presented.


July 7th, 2021

Make an Impact: Clinical Essentials: Telehealth, Ethics and Cultural Diversity - Parmela Harmell, PhD; Josefina Alvarez, PhD - April 24th, 2021 (10am - 3pm Eastern) - Live Virtual Event

Online and Distance Behavioral Health Practitioners: Ethics and Risk-management Challenges - Earn 3 Credits


This webinar will explore cutting-edge ethical issues arising out of behavioral health practitioners' growing use of digital technology, electronic interventions, and online social media to deliver services and communicate with clients. Moving beyond introductory ethics concepts, the webinar will examine complex ethical issues related to behavioral health practitioners' and clients’ use of technology such as social networking sites, e-therapy, chat rooms, moderated forums, 

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