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Registration for Workshops and Trainings

Digging Deep: Sandtray Basics

Sarah Newcomer MA, MFT

April 5, 2019

9 AM -12 PM 

3 CEUs

$125

This workshop will provide basic information about theories and techniques of sandtray. Participants will have the opportunity to apply sandtray techniques during the workshop

Digging Deeper: Sandtray Advanced

Sarah Newcomer MA, MFT

April 5, 2019

1-4 PM 

3 CEUs

$125

Follow up workshop to Digging Deep: Sandtray Basics. This workshop will provide advanced clinical techniques and application for clinicians already familiar with Sandtray Therapy. 

Sandtray Therapy With Couples

Sarah Newcomer MA, MFT

February 22, 2019   

12-3 PM

3 CEUs

$125

This workshop will provide in depth clinical techniques to utilize when applying Sandtray Therapy with couples

The Neurobiology of Trauma

Megan Miranda, Ph.D, LPCC-S, IMFT-S

March 8, 2019

10-1 PM

3 CEUs

$125

Trauma can have a lasting impact on the human brain. This workshop will provide insight into the triune brain and how intense emotional experiences such as trauma, impact those processes. Clinicians will learn techniques to better access brain processes and assist their clients with understanding how neurobiology creates implications for their responses to intense emotional experiences.

How to Manage Anxiety in School

Julia Copley, LPC, Licensed School Counselor

January 24, 2019

4:30-7PM

2.5 CEUs

$140

School can be a large source of anxiety for students. This training will provide those working with students techniques to use to help students manage anxiety related to school.

Transgender Affirmative Therapy Part 1

Sara Satterlee, LPCC

February 1, 2019

10-1pm

3 CEUs

$150

This training will provide an overview of best practices to use when working with clients presenting with issues related to gender identity. 

Transgender Affirmative Therapy Part 2

Sara Satterlee, LPCC

March 29, 2019

10-1PM 

3 CEUs

$150

Attendees will learn practical and ethical implications related to working with clients through the transition process. This training will provide affirmative techniques to best assist clients presenting with gender identity issues.

Couples Therapy

Megan Miranda, LPCC-S, IMFT-S

October 4, 2019

10-1pm

3 CEUs

$150

This training will provide clinicians with best practices when working with couples. It can provide as a refresher for those wanting to refine their work with couples, or an overview for those wanting to add couples' therapy to their practice.

Treating Trauma with Creative Interventions

Julie Lenyk, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC

TBD

3 CEUs

$125

This course is designed to assist participants in gaining an understanding of trauma, trauma informed care, and creative interventions that can be utilized to treat trauma in a variety of settings. The presenters will provide interactive discussion and engage participants through experiential activities. Participants will be provided with innovative interventions that can be utilized immediately to accommodate the treatment and recovery from trauma.

Introduction to Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Julie Lenyk, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC

TBD

6 CEUs

TBD

This workshop is designed for mental health professionals who would like to learn about Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). An overview of the key components of DBT will be provided. The skills-based practices used in DBT will be presented and examples of these techniques will reviewed. Participants will leave the presentation with DBT interventions that can be utilized immediately in their clinical practice.

Building A Private Practice 

Michelle Cappetto, MA, LPCC-S, IMFT

TBD

TBD

TBD

Coming Soon

Supervision Courses

Becoming a Clinical Supervisor:                    

Supervisor Basics, Ethical & Legal Expectations, Administrative Needs & Challenges in Supervision

8 CEUs (8 Supervision CEUs, 5.5 Ethics CEUs

Megan Miranda, Ph.D, LPCC-S, IMFT-S, AAMFT Approved Supervisor

Day 1 - Jan. 11, May 17 

Day 2 - Feb. 8, June 7

Day 3 - March 22, Sept. 27

Day 4 - April 12, Oct. 11  

From 9AM - 4 PM  

This course will cover the theoretical Basics using a Systemic Perspective for Individual & Relational Therapists. Contextual factors of supervision (setting, supervisee level, multicultural aspects). Ethical Practice: AAMFT, ACA & Ohio Board Ethics. Training Requirements.Managing multiple relationships. Ethical Use of Technolog. Ethical Practice: Contracts & Administrative Expectations. Screening and Evaluation of Supervisees. The Isomorphic Process. Ethical Practice: Clinical Expectations. The Mentoring Process. Challenging supervisory situations

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