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“Reefer Renaissance”: Marijuana Use & PTSD – Implications for Treatment

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Attitudes about marijuana are shifting, and we are seeing increasing rates of legal consumption for both recreational and health reasons. Recent widespread use of marijuana has many clinicians wondering "how does daily marijuana use impact PTSD and our ability to treat it?" Dr. Jennifer Sweeton will discuss marijuana's effect on the brain and its overall impact on the effectiveness of therapy!

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CEs: 1.75 CE Credit(s)

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“Out of It”: Trauma-Related Dissociation & Powerful Tools to Promote Reconnection

Instructor: Kathy Steele, MN, CS

Many trauma courses touch on dissociation as a symptom, but very few trainings dive into dissociation as its own phenomenon, exploring its common presentations, various drivers, and targeted interventions. Dissociation is mysterious and can be intimidating to work with, but it doesn't have to be with the right training and practice!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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ACT Advanced Strategies to Increase Psychological Flexibility: Case Conceptualizations

Instructor: Daniel J. Moran, Ph.D., BCBA-D

ACT is becoming an increasingly popular therapy approach for its relative versatility and rich toolset, which can be applied alongside virtually any therapeutic orientation. ACT helps place the power of healing back into the client's own strengths and natural ability to overcome adversity. Learn to apply advanced ACT skills amid case studies to help reduce psychological inflexibility.

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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ACT for Trauma & PTSD: Integrative Neuroscience-Informed Applications

Instructor: Emily Wharton, PsyD

More recent research is exploring Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) as an effective approach alongside exposure-based strategies in the treatment of trauma & PTSD. Join Stanford psychologist Dr. Emily Wharton as she teaches you intuitive ACT skills you can use to drive better therapeutic engagement, compliance, and lasting trauma recovery!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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ACT in Exploration & Application: Uncloaking the 6 Tenets of Complete Healing

Instructor: Daniel J. Moran, Ph.D., BCBA-D

ACT is often perceived as having a large gap between its theory and application to practice. Psychologist Dr. Daniel J. Moran, a 25 year ACT veteran and worldwide trainer, will bridge this gap seamlessly through application of its 6 core tenets to DSM 5 disorders, case studies, and applications to real-world client resistance and avoidance patterns. Walk away with concrete tools you can actually use in therapy!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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Addiction in the Brain

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This short course describes the "addiction hub" of the brain, the nucleus accumbens. An explanation of this brain region, and how it contributes to the development and maintenance of addiction, is provided.

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CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$127.50

Addictions and Attachment: Connection as a Path To Healing

Instructor: Robert Cox, LPC

We'll explore the link between trauma, attachment, and addictions including how trauma and damage to attachment patterns play out. We'll discuss how to move to recovery and examine the role shame plays . Treatment modalities, methods for addiction assessment, and comorbidities are also covered.

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CEs: 4.25 CE Credit(s)

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$142.50

Addressing Addiction in a Disconnected World: Practical Tools & Techniques

Instructor: Megan Salar, MSW, ACADC

Addiction is now part of the daily conversation. Some, already predisposed to addiction, now find themselves isolated more frequently for various reasons. Whether it be the "work from home" economy, our social word being more virtual than real, or the fallout from our recent global pandemic. Learn techniques to move clients through the stages of change, prevent relapse, and engage the most difficult-to-reach addicted clients.

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CEs: 4.75 CE Credit(s)

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$318

ADHD: Evidence-Informed Treatment Approaches for Adults & Children

Instructor: David Nowell, Ph.D.

Learn to apply leading edge research to your own clinical practice in treating clients with attentional issues. Gain concrete skills including assessment of processing and organizational deficits and cognitive behavioral treatment strategies.

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CEs: 6.25 CE Credit(s)

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Advanced EMDR Skills for Complex Trauma

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This course builds on basic skill-building EMDR courses, teaching clinicians how to work with complex trauma utilizing EMDR. We recommend taking "EMDR Skills for Trauma Treatment" first.

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CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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Alexithymia and Eating Disorders

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This course synthesizes the literature on alexithymia and eating disorders and examines alexithymia levels across eating disorders (i.e., anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorder not otherwise specified).

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CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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Anxiety’s Kryptonite: Help Clients Calm With Solution-Focused Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Anxiety is endemic, and some clients even pull on us to help them "cure" this anxiety completely. How do we handle this? Learn to use solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) integrated with mindfulness skills and techniques to help clients accept anxiety as normal and effectively solution-manage their symptoms.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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Assessment of Anorexia

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This course summarizes the available literature related to the assessment of anorexia in the adult patient context, synthesizing both research evidence and clinical consensus guidelines.

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CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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At the Intersections: Suicide Prevention for BIPOC & 2SLGBTQIA+ Youth

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

Suicide remains a leading cause of death in the United States - some minority groups facing up to 3x as much risk. Unique stressors, cultural factors, and age make minority youths exceptionally vulnerable to suicide. Learn specific techniques to evaluate, treat, and prevent minority youth suicide.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$135

Autism Treatment From a Trauma Perspective

Instructor: Robert Cox, LPC

We'll dive deep into autism and its diagnosis and treatment, including case studies from speaker Robert Cox's own history with the disorder.  Assessment, treatment modalities (including play therapy), and methods for improving outcomes will also be covered.

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CEs: 4.5 CE Credit(s)

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Breakthrough Tools for the “Untreatable”

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

A DBT-adherent approach isn't always what the doctor ordered. Join personality disorder expert and trainer Dr. Jeff Riggenbach as he teaches a rock-solid integrative approach to help the "untreatable" clients with the strongest of BPD features. Dive deep into the diagnosis, learn to navigate it with confidence, and treat it with results!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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Brain-Based Trauma Treatment

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Neuroscience research is providing insight into why, when, and with whom specific psychotherapeutic approaches may be beneficial. However, translating neuroscience research into practice can be a daunting task.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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Childhood Bullying and Its Impacts on Sleep Health

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

We'll examine various bullying behaviors along with their implications on sleep health. Learn the neurobiopsychosocial factors associated with bullying and their impact on sleep quality. Also covered: internalization and externalizing behavioral problems, attachment-rejection-self esteem issues, emotion dysregulation, etc.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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Clients Who Lie Honestly: Treatment Strategies & Special Considerations

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Learn about the interesting phenomenon of confabulation and how it presents in mental health settings. We'll thoroughly define confabulation and its consequences in treatment, cover risk factors for this challenging presentation and implications for assessment and treatment.

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CEs: 1.75 CE Credit(s)

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Clinical Strategies to Handle Those Difficult People Who Become Our Clients

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

Join international speaker and personality disorder expert Dr. Jeff Riggenbach to explore clinical strategies you NEED for those most difficult clients. You know, the ones that argue, avoid, know more than you do, don't trust anyone, make threats, blow up in therapy, and ultimately make you want pull your hair out!

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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Clinically Interviewing Trauma Clients Without Retraumatization

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Enhance your clinical interviewing skills through a trauma-informed framework. We'll examine the core principles of trauma-informed care and trauma-informed interviewing practices to vastly improve your information-gathering without retraumatizing clients.

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CEs: 1.75 CE Credit(s)

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Closing the Gap: Cultivating a Racially Equitable Mental Health Practice

Instructor: Amittia Parker, LMSW, MPA

Increase awareness of racism within mental health, build skills for managing emotions on race, and act intentionally for racial equity and justice. We'll invite participants to explore their own mental health practice while reflecting and discussing race and equity in mental health services.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$322.50

Cognitive Processing Therapy: Learn it Step-By-Step!

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This exclusive didactic training, taught by a Stanford neuroscientist and clinical psychologist, takes you on a deep dive into all 12 sessions of CPT. Learn CPT from A-Z, long considered the "gold standard" evidence-based treatment for psychological trauma.

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CEs: 10.75 CE Credit(s)

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$162

Compassion Fatigue and Burnout: Ethics, Prevention and Resiliency

Instructor: Eric Gentry, Ph.D.

Learn powerful tools critical for professional resiliency and integrate them into your practice now. Learn techniques built from the latest research and practice to reclaim the satisfaction, hope and inspiration of professional care giving AND practice ethically.

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CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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Complex Trauma: Screening, Treatment Considerations, & Common Concerns

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Get up-to-date on your research knowledge around the development of complex trauma and its effects on mental health. Learn the impacts of complex trauma on the family system, how to screen for CT, common resulting disorders, and treatment considerations.

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CEs: 1.75 CE Credit(s)

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Cosmetic Psychotherapy: Ethical Considerations – “Is It Therapy, Just Because?”

Instructor: Corey Petersen, PhD, LCMFT

Yes, in today's world, there are people who seek therapy who aren't mentally distressed. But why, and is it ok? With decreasing therapy stigma, having a therapist is even viewed by some as a luxury. How does this phenomenon impact how we approach treatment? What are the ethical implications? Strap in for this intriguing seminar on "Cosmetic Psychotherapy!"

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$60

Couples Therapy: Effective Clinical Techniques for Culturally Diverse Clients

Instructor: Katherine Helm, PhD

Most couples therapy approaches, now ages old, weren't developed with our LGBTQIA+, racially diverse, and culturally diverse couples in mind. Many couples in need don't fit the heteronormative "traditional" mold - this is a problem! Learn to effectively adapt existing approaches to treat LGBTQIA+, interracial/intercultural, and couples of color.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

COVID-19 & Sleep Disturbances: A Review for Mental Health Clinicians

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

The COVID-19 pandemic brings increasing reports of sleep-related disturbances (e.g., insomnia, night terrors). We'll identify possible causes and associated consequences of these sleep disturbances, review screening and intervention, and highlight case studies and professional observations.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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Creative Techniques for Clinical Supervision

Instructor: Ragan Snyder-Smith, LSCSW, RPT-S

This training will discuss how to enhance supervision to make it creative, exciting and intentional while building clinical skills for your supervisee. Learn interventions to use immediately in group and individual supervision to foster clinical skills and personal growth.

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CEs: 2.25 CE Credit(s)

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Criminal Offenders & Adverse Childhood Experiences – Complex Trauma Screening & Interventions

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

The CDC-Kaiser ACEs study of the mid-90's was one of the largest studies ever conducted to measure the prevalence and make-up of childhood abuse and neglect. The core of the study - the effect of early childhood abuse - informs virtually EVERY aspect of modern trauma treatment. These early experiences are also a significant contributing factor to criminal offending behavior, a problem of epidemic proportion that deserves our clinical time and attention.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Criminal Offenders: Impulse Control & Conduct Disorder Profiles, Screening, & Interventions

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Help prevent the next criminal act! Learn how agressive and defiant behaviors, anti-social personality traits, impulsivity, and other self-control problems contribute to criminal offending behavior. Dr. Brown will also cover applied research and how to screen and provide effective interventions for clients showing these traits and associated destructive behaviors.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Criminal Offending & Deficits in Social Cognition, Empathy, & Theory of Mind

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Did you know that those who exhibit criminal offending behaviors are shown to have disproportionately inadequate social functioning? This makes both nature and nurture so important in the upbringing of a human being. Learn how lack of successful social development contributes to the capacity to commit crimes later in life.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Dangerous Shortcuts – Ethics of Artificial Intelligence & Bots in Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Artificial intelligence can be a useful tool when used or deployed within certain boundaries (just like therapy!). But lately, AI has become....well, TOO intelligent. AI's increasing capability has led to its expanding use in the mental healthcare space in the form of phone systems, bots, and chat engines that are beginning to assume roles that most argue are best assumed by a trained human provider. The struggle between increasing access to quality care while maintaining a well-regulated, safe, and ethical mental healthcare system is becoming more complex than we ever could have imagined!

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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DBT Tools to Help Stubbornly Resistant and Reactive Clients

Instructor: Kimberly Duris, EdD, LCPC

Don't fear the "impossible" ones! Learn specific DBT skills and helpful interventions to REALLY make progress with reactive and resistant clients who can't help but repetitively engage in interference and sabotage of their own treatment progress.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$270

DBT-Informed Techniques for Treating Bipolar Disorder

Instructor: Sheri Van Dijk, MSW, RSW

Learn the diagnostic categories of Bipolar Disorder, and its causes, as well as typical comorbidities that may complicate treatment. We'll cover some common therapeutic approaches before delving into DBT skills most efficacious in treating BD.

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CEs: 4.75 CE Credit(s)

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$150

Death by a Thousand Nicks: Healing the Wounds of Racial Trauma

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

This workshop will utilize the ACE's studies to discuss how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppression, confront implicit bias and engage in dialogue around racial healing.

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CEs: 5 CE Credit(s)

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Instructor: Amanda Petrik-Gardner, LCPC

We'll explore Anxiety Disorders from the DSM-5, disorder presentation, and recommended treatment techniques.  Utilizing CBT, participants will learn cognitive techniques to address anxious thinking as well as behavioral techniques to improve functioning.

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CEs: 5.25 CE Credit(s)

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Driver Aggression & Road Rage: Causes and Clinical Interventions

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

We've all been cut off in traffic or caught behind a slow driver. Why do we feel "rage" when this happens? How can we help ourselves and our clients manage driving rage or aggression? As more people take the to the roadways post-pandemic amidst stressful times, road rage is at an all-time high.

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CEs: 1.75 CE Credit(s)

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Dulling a Double-Edge Sword: Strategies to Manage Kids’ Screen Time

Instructor: Dawn Friedman, MSEd, LPCC-S

Technology is now tethered by no wires, but connected to everything and everyone. Temptation, distraction, and mindless entertainment just a finger swipe away. Unchecked, our brains dependent on small dopamine hits social media feeds and gaming apps provide 24/7. Learn the impacts of excessive screen time & skills for parents to successfully manage it at home.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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Early Trauma, Attachment, and Repair

Instructor: Robert Cox, LPC

This course covers how trauma affects brain development, associated early attachment and attunement issues, and brain plasticity's role in healing psychological trauma.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$270

EMDR Skills for Trauma Treatment

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This affordable 2-day course introduces attendees to the original 8-phase model of EMDR and teaches participants how to conduct each of the eight phases.

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CEs: 8.75 CE Credit(s)

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EMDR Skills: Practical Modifications for Children & Other Populations

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Learn EMDR techniques for children you can begin using in your practice today. Dr. Jennifer Sweeton will teach clinicians to help children desensitize to and process distressing memories in a gentle, titrated manner that prioritizes resourcing.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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Empowered Recovery: Motivational Interviewing Skills for Substance Abuse

Instructor: Kimberly Duris, EdD, LCPC

Substance use and addiction are among the hardest to treat. Why? It's all about readiness and motivation to change behavior. This is the part addicts really struggle with - MI is your answer! Learn all the classic MI skills and how to effectively apply them in your substance abuse treatment with clients at all various stages of change.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$120

Enhancing Core Competencies for Suicide Prevention

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

Every 40 seconds, one person dies by suicide. Using the Core Competencies for Suicide Risk Assessment and Management (SPRC, 2006), this training is designed to foster competence and confidence necessary for professionals to perform suicide assessment and management to prevent suicide.

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CEs: 3.75 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Epigenetics & the Mind Brain Gene Connection: A Systems Approach to Mental Health

Instructor: John Arden, PhD, ABPP

Clinical theories and methods come and go in and out of vogue, but what are the REAL, core drivers of mental health? Learn to understand the status of our mental health as a function of our environment, experiences within that environment, and their interactions on our metabolism, immune system, genes, and brain dynamics to begin treating clients from a 21st century systems perspective!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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Erotic Self-Expansion for Sexual Trauma Survivors

Instructor: Rafaella Smith-Fiallo, LCSW

Many standard approaches to sexual trauma treatment largely neglect substantial focus on repairing connection to desire and sexual embodiment as a part of the journey to overall wellness. Help your clients find what may be missing with the erotic self-expansion model.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$180

Essentials of Anti-Racist Mental Health Practice

Instructor: Taryn Hodison, MA, LPC

We'll define the ways in which racism and specifically anti-Blackness functions within mental health systems. Additionally, this training will outline the unique needs of Black survivors of sexual trauma and discuss implementing healing strategies that utilize liberation and resistance.

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CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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Ethical and Legal Issues in Mental Health Treatment

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn the importance of ethics in working with therapy clients. We'll cover ethics vs. the law, challenges that arise when ethics and law collide, and how to respond to subpoenas and prepare for court testimony. Come away with a practical decision-making model to use in work with clients. 

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethical Practice in the Delivery of Telehealth Clinical Supervision

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

3 CE's for ethics and supervision! Increase your knowledge around ethical practice in telehealth clinical supervision. This self-paced webinar will boost your knowledge of telehealth clinical supervision as well as decrease your liability when working in this model.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics & Boundaries – Avoiding Pitfalls & Preserving the Alliance!

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Boundaries in therapy are icky, uncomfortable, and awkward! But, they are important and need practice. Learn culturally appropriate ways to set boundaries in challenging therapy situations. Get a checklist to use at intake and updated case examples of common modern ethical dilemmas!

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics Around Clinical Teams, Professional Relationships, & Referral Sources

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn important ethical considerations around professional relationships, clinical care teams, and referral sources. Some clinicians unknowingly violate ethical principals within these relationships and put their client's welfare and even their own professional licenses at risk.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics CE for National Certified Counselors

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This course on the latest 2016 NBCC ethics code establishes the minimum ethical behaviors and provides an expectation and assurance of ethical practice for all who use the professional services of NCC’s (National Certified Counselors).

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CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics of Managing Collaterals and Interested Parties in Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

No matter your treatment setting or population, you will have clients that require you interface with collaterals and interested third parties (e.g. family members, school officials, external payers, officers of the court). Learn to navigate these waters with confidence and expertise while avoiding costly fumbles!.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics: Bully Proof – Empower Clients to Handle Difficult People!

Instructor: Kate Cohen-Posey, LMHC, LMFT

Do your clients experience hostile verbiage, and do you give them "speak up or ignore it" advice? You'll learn why these approaches can perpetuate attack-defend or pursue-distance cycles. We'll demonstrate four verbal strategies that disarm random attacks and the backlash from being assertive.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics: Pitfalls and Dangers Around Scope of Practice in Mental Health

Instructor: Dawn Friedman, MSEd, LPCC-S

We all hear "scope of practice" but what does it really mean and why is it important?? Even if you're a veteran therapist, without proper ethics refreshers, you run the risk of becoming blind to the various pitfalls and dangers inherent in the clinical mental health field. Ethics help protect clients and YOUR livelihood!

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Ethics: Social Media, Technology Tools, E-therapy

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This course provides mental health professionals with information and ethical guidelines regarding technology-based therapeutic tools, the use of social media, and the use of telemental health/e-therapy services.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$330

Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy for OCD: Step-By-Step

Instructor: Amanda Petrik-Gardner, LCPC

We'll cover identifying and diagnosing OCD, while recognizing common themes like Harm OCD, Sexual Orientation OCD, Religious/Scrupulosity OCD, Existential OCD, Relationship OCD, and more. Learn the evidence-based treatment, Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)!

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CEs: 11 CE Credit(s)

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Family Killers: Patterns, Profiles, Risk Factors, & Consequences

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Ever wondered how the "family killer" psychological profile comes to be? Gain specialized research supported clinical knowledge around this psychological profile and learn how to spot the common patterns and risk factors in the family killer typology.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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Fentanyl Surge: Etiology, Screening, & Ethical Considerations

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

The fentanyl crisis is surging, the drug causing unprecedented overdoses up and down social classes. Fentanyl is laced into more common drugs, which means we see it in more SUD cases. Learn the etiology of fentanyl, screening procedures, and how to ethically manage risks associated with treatment.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$45

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: A Review for Mental Health Clinicians

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Learn about FASD toward improving intake, screening, communication, goal and treatment planning, and discharge planning processes. We'll cover memory, ACE's, vulnerability and victimization, attachment issues, executive function, Theory of Mind, and language development.

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CEs: 1.5 CE Credit(s)

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$82.50

Forensic Mental Health Counseling: Roles, Responsibilities, & Evidence-Based Practices

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Learn all about forensic mental health counseling and the critical role these professionals play in the delivery of critical services to some of the most vulnerable populations. Walk away with a solid set of foundational skills you can use to confidently provide care for clients who are currently interfacing with the criminal justice system.

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CEs: 2.75 CE Credit(s)

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$157.50

Foundations and Applications of Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn the foundations of Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) and how to apply its fundamental skill base to individuals, families, couples, and groups. Learn the three-part SFBT skeleton, its 8 principles, "the trifecta", and how to deploy SFBT in trauma-informed client care.

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CEs: 5.25 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Gambling Group Intervention

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This course consists of an 8-session outpatient therapy group manual for individuals suffering from gambling addictions.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Generation Games: Ethics of Working Through a Generational Lens

Instructor: Dawn Friedman, MSEd, LPCC-S

Battle of the Generations - our favorite "us vs. them" game. Millennials and Boomers go at it, Boomers and Gen Z. If you've been to Grandma's for Thanksgiving dinner, you've seen the feuds play out on the family stage. How do generational differences influence the therapy process? What should you be doing to provide the best care around these dynamics?

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$150

Healing the Angry Brain: Treating Angry, Aggressive, & Violent Clients

Instructor: Ronald Potter-Efron, Ph.D., CADCIII, LICSW

We'll boost your clinical toolbox with proven anger strategies for long-term change of aggressive and violent behaviors. Dr. Potter-Efron will combine neuroscience with a powerful range of anger treatment plans to change the brains and behaviors of your most challenging clients.

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CEs: 5 CE Credit(s)

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$97.50

Helping Clients Recover Sexual and Relational Health After Sexual Trauma

Instructor: Holly Richmond, PhD, LMFT

Acclaimed author and certified sex therapist Dr. Holly Richmond educates on helping clients navigate the aftermath of sexual trauma toward psychological recovery, rediscovery of self-worth, more fulfilling sex and intimate relationships, and a healthier mind/body connection.

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CEs: 3.25 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Hoarding: Skills-based Treatment & Assessment

Instructor: Patrick B. McGrath, Ph.D.

Learn the basics and DSM-5 criteria of hoarding, the influences of acquiring/saving and disorganization, and the value placed on items. Attention, decision-making, and executive functioning will be applied to hoarding. Treatment strategies and case examples are presented.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

Holiday Heartbreak – Clinical Tools to Manage Holiday Grief

Instructor: Tiffani Dilworth, LCPC, CGCS

Holiday Grief is especially crippling for many clients highly triggered around this time. Our grief expert Tiffani Dilworth, LCPC will share with you some unique clinical tools and techniques to help clients both identify and successfully manage the different manifestations of Holiday Grief.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

How Chronic Homelessness Impacts Sleep Function

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Learn the causes, consequences, and interventions for persons experiencing homelessness who are impacted by sleep dysfunction. Other topics: potential shelter accommodations, housing barriers, resilience, homeless children, trauma exposure, traumatic-brain injury, executive function, etc.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

How Disruptive Behavior & Attention Disorders in Children Impact Sleep

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Increase your understanding of the causes, consequences, and interventions for sleep disturbances among children diagnosed with disruptive behavior and attention disorders. Empirically-based research findings will be presented throughout this training.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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How Excessive Screen Time Impacts Sleep

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Learn how excessive screen time exposure effects sleep quality.  We'll also examine screening and intervention as well as the impact COVID-19 and excessive home confinement has had on screen time habits and sleep disturbances. Other topics: executive dysfunction, self-regulation issues, and poor health outcomes.

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9

CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

How Sleep Problems Impact Executive Functioning

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

This training is designed to increase understanding of the causes, consequences, and interventions for persons impacted by executive functioning impairments and sleep disturbances. Empirically-based research findings will be presented throughout this training.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

How Sleep Relates to Trauma and Promotes Resilience

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

We'll examine how adequate sleep promotes resilience following exposure to a traumatic event. Learn consequences associated with poor sleep and strategies/techniques that may improve overall sleep quality among trauma survivors. We'll cover implications for screening and intervention.

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30

CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$82.50

How to Clinically Assess ADHD Using Both Objective & Subjective Data

Instructor: Bruce Cappo, PhD, ABPP

Learn to competently and accurately assess for ADHD in a clinical mental health setting. We'll cover a comprehensive assessment methodology that uses objective and subjective data. Additionally, learn how to recognize alternative diagnoses that mimic ADHD.

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CEs: 2.75 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

How Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Impacts Sleep Health

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Understand the causes, consequences, and interventions associated with sleep disturbances and disorders among populations with a history of TBI. Learn implications for screening, intake, and treatment and discharge planning. Empirical research findings and case examples provided.

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5

CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$150

Human Trafficking: Looking Beyond the Surface

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

This workshop will increase participants' human trafficking awareness and discuss the need for coordinated and trauma-informed services before, during, and after exploitation in order to build partnerships with survivors to connect them to resources and empower them to thrive.

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9

CEs: 5 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Improving Cultural Competence

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This ethics course teaches readers how to improve cultural competence during evaluation and treatment planning processes, and describes core competencies for mental health providers and how to develop them.

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39

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Individual EFT in Action: Shaping a Secure Sense of Self

Instructor: Sue Johnson, Ed.D.

Join world-famous clinician, researcher, and creator of EFT Dr. Sue Johnson as she teaches a NEW multimodal EFT approach ("EFIT") designed for use with individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, and even traumatic distress. Deploy empirically-based techniques to move individuals toward repair, growth, and a new model of self and other.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$67.50

Insight-Based Therapies in Action: Depth Work Tools to Set Up Behavior Change

Instructor: Katherine Helm, PhD

Insight therapies are well-documented as clinically effective by themselves. But, what happens when we use insight theory FIRST, and then proceed into thought and behavior change? Dr. Helm uses mock counseling sessions to demonstrate effective integration of insight therapy with your favorite action-oriented approach to achieve better long-term outcomes!

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CEs: 2.25 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Integrative Advanced Workshop: EMDR, Ego States, IFS

Instructor: Kate Cohen-Posey, LMHC, LMFT

Make your preferred treatment methods adaptable for individuals, couples, and children. Learn and experience brain center activations for upsetting and uplifting emotions and observe how to combine these phenomena into an easy to execute approach.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Intro to Neurocounseling: Brain-Based Tools to Accelerate Therapy Outcomes

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Join Dr. Jerrod Brown for an intro to Neurocounseling. He'll deliver applied research and practical, brain-based tools. Learn to bring neuroscience into therapeutic exchanges. Transform your own practice AND educate your clients to ultimately drive their own long-term healing.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$330

Introduction to Prolonged Exposure Therapy Skills: A Step-By-Step

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

We'll introduce attendees to PE, and provide step-by-step experiential training in this exposure-based modality. Learn how to integrate exposure therapy skills to help traumatized clients! All materials, including instructions for key PE skills, are included with the course!

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36

CEs: 11 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Juvenile Sex Offenders – Etiologies and Typologies

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This course provides an overview of the etiologies of juvenile sexual offending and the pathways related to the development, onset, and maintenance of sexually abusive behavior, and describes effective treatment approaches.

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14

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$10

Medical Complications in Bulimia

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This course reviews in detail the many complications of the two major modes of purging, namely, self-induced vomiting and laxative abuse.

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4

CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Microaggressions In and Out of Therapy

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This ethics course familiarizes attendees with the concept of microaggressions, how they can impact clients, and methods for preventing and addressing them both in and out of therapy.

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14

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$67.50

Modern & Effective Therapy Techniques for Clients With Disabilities

Instructor: Jessie L. Rayl, Ed.D., LPC

Helping professionals receive little targeted training to effectively treat people with disabilities. The number of people with disabilities is increasing, and many report a lack of overall support from providers. Learn actionable techniques you can use TODAY to be more competent and responsive to the needs of clients with both acquired and congenital disabilities.

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CEs: 2.25 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Motivational Interviewing – Tools to Engage Clients & Evoke Change

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

Motivational Interviewing is an "style" of therapy that is evidence-based and effective at moving clients toward change. This workshop offers concrete MI tools through experiential learning and engaging case studies. Walk away ready to use MI with clients tomorrow!

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$67.50

My Own Keeper: Therapy Tools to Break Codependency

Instructor: Leo DeBroeck, MS, LMHC, CMHS, MHP

Codependence doesn't just exist in the confines of substance addiction. This unhealthy relational state can be extremely destructive and often difficult to break. Learn how to help your clients break the pattern and reclaim healthy interdependence!

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50

CEs: 2.25 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Narcissism, Hypersexuality, and Betrayal Trauma in Relationships: Treatment Tools

Instructor: Wendy Behary, MSW, LCSW

Clients with strong narcissistic traits can default into hypersexual, detached stimulating-seeking modes where they become involved in excessive sexual preoccupation. Intimacy suffers and the offended partner becomes burdened by the trauma of betrayal. Learn what drives these relationship behaviors and how to deploy effective treatment.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$82.50

NDIT Module 2 Deep Dive: Reconnecting After Chronic Dissociation & Restoring “Felt Sense”

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Take a "deep dive" into Module 2 of Dr. Jennifer Sweeton's revolutionary trauma treatment approach, NDIT, and learn how to help clients restore comfort and safety with their physical bodies - a necessary task to ensure the mind and body attain harmonius function and trauma therapy is successful . No prior NDIT training is necessary!

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CEs: 2.75 CE Credit(s)

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$75

NDIT Module 3 Deep Dive: Science & Practice – Nervous System Regulation Without Rebounding

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Take a "deep dive" into Module 3 of Dr. Jennifer Sweeton's revolutionary trauma treatment approach, NDIT, and learn how to help trauma clients downregulate their nervous system in a way that doesn't trigger rebounding - an often difficult task, especially when working with developmental trauma. No prior NDIT training is necessary!

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80

CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

NDIT Module 4 Deep Dive: Rethinking Cognitive Therapy: Strengthening the Frontal Lobe

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Take a "deep dive" into Module 4 of Dr. Jennifer Sweeton's revolutionary trauma treatment approach, NDIT, and learn how to help trauma clients regain their ability to think clearly, focus, and make GOOD decisions - key functions often lost to traumatic suffering that we rely on for necessary life functioning. No prior NDIT training is necessary!

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$180

Neural Desensitization: Integrating EMDR, IFS, & Other Approaches to Trauma

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Learn new integrated therapy tools to help clients ease into processing traumatic material. Use NDIT to minimize retraumatization and facilitate client progress though homework exercises. This training will offer NDIT tools and techniques you can incorporate into your practice right away!

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CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

Neurodevelopmental Disorders (NDD’s) and Sleep Disturbances

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

We’ll examine common neurodevelopmental disorders and how they impact behavioral, social, emotional, and physical health. We’ll integrate understanding of NDD’s and associated sleep disturbances by exploring screening, diagnosis, and treatment interventions.

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12

CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$180

Neuropsychotherapy for Clinicians

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Bring the latest findings from neuroscience into your treatments. Learn interventions to literally alter the brain’s neurons, structures, pathways, and networks.

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CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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$360

Neuroscience Implications and Intensive Treatment for Complex Trauma

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

We'll cover the neuroscience of trauma and complex trauma, diagnosis and assessment, stabilization techniques, and evidence-based treatments for complex trauma. Learn strategies and interventions from EMDR, CBT, somatic approaches, and narrative therapy.

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52

CEs: 11.75 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Neuroscience of Addiction

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This course discusses the main areas of the brain involved in addiction, the reward circuit, and neurochemicals involved in reward, motivation, and addiction. Brain-informed clinical implications and practical techniques will also be introduced.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$150

Neuroscience of Complex Trauma – Treatment Tools

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Learn about the neural bases of childhood (developmental/complex) trauma and the sequelae of such trauma. Course provides roadmaps for treating complex trauma in both adult survivors of childhood trauma and traumatized children.

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71

CEs: 5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Neuroscience of God and Faith: It’s Not Just in Your Head

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This seminar teaches attendees the neural bases of God and faith, and cites neuroimaging evidence from neurotheology suggesting that our capacity to connect to a higher power is both wired in the brain, and at the same time not "just in our heads."

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42

CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$25

Neuroscience of Grounding Techniques

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

This video course provides mental health professionals with information about the neuroscience behind, and various uses for grounding techniques.

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80

CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$30

Operation Enduring Families Program

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This course includes a 5-session family education and support program for service members and veterans who have recently returned from a combat theater, and their family members.

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11

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Opioid Treatment for Pain in Clients with Substance Use

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This course discusses the neurobiology and clinical presentation of pain and its synergies with substance use disorders, presents methodical approaches to the evaluation and treatment of pain that co-occurs with substance use disorders.

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8

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$135

Personality and Dissociative Disorders: Trauma, Coping and Repair

Instructor: Robert Cox, LPC

This workshop will explore the link between trauma, dissociation and both dissociative and personality disorders. We will discuss how the brain is changed by trauma and how dissociative and personality disorders develop through attachment and attunement disruptions early in life.

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CEs: 4.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Personality Disorder Treatment Toolkit: From Domination to Collaboration

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

People with strong personality disorder traits often don't present to therapy specifically for PD treatment, but it is not uncommon to see them in therapy for various other presenting concerns (most often driven by underlying PD traits). So, undoubtedly you will see a handful of these clients in your practice, no matter the population you treat or setting you practice in, which makes a certain set of PD treatment skills that much more valuable for any therapist who wishes to find successful outcomes in the most challenging of clinical circumstances.

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$300

Relationship Therapy Toolbox: Popular Empirical Skills to Transform Partnerships

Instructor: Corey Petersen, PhD, LCMFT

Clinical research in the area of relationships and couples therapy has come a long way in the last 50 years, with findings galore, absolutely ripe for integration into work with dyads and individuals alike. But little has been done to synthesize these findings and compile them into a helpful "toolbox" of techniques we can use to leverage these findings in our relationships work. Join Dr. Corey  Petersen as she bridges this gap, relevant for those who treat both couples and individuals with relationship issues.

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CEs: 10 CE Credit(s)

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$245

Resilience and Post-Traumatic Growth: Healing from Loss and Trauma

Instructor: Linda Graham, MFT

You'll learn the basics of harnessing the brain’s neuroplasticity to help clients learn more flexible and adaptive coping strategies and rewire negative coping patterns. Learn the techniques that reverse the impacts of stress and trauma, shift the brain out of reactivity, contraction, dissociation into more receptivity and openness to learning.

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CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Sadistic Homicide Offenders: Profiles, Patterns, & Prevention

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

What motivates people to kill? Go in-depth with Dr. Jerrod Brown as he explores Sadistic Homicide Offenders, or those who are driven to maim, torture, and ultimately kill for their own insatiable (and often sexually-motivated) pleasure. Learn patterns, profiles, & interventions, with the goal of early prevention.

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24

CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Schema-Focused CBT: Rooting Out Resistant Behavior Patterns

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

Join best-selling CBT author and trainer Dr. Jeff Riggenbach as he teaches a refreshing hybrid between dynamic, insight-oriented approaches and evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy, incorporating attachment theory, psychodynamic concepts, and emotion-focused techniques to help your most resistant clients!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$90

See My Color: Why Racial Colorblindness is Unethical

Instructor: Crystal Rozelle–Bennett, LMSW

Learn the concept of racial colorblindness and how its deleterious effects perpetuate racism, oppression, and discrimination. We'll discuss the ethical implications of this common racial microaggression in the practice of mental health.

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18

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$105

Self-Regulation Skills for Kids & Teens to Reduce Trauma, Anxiety, & More

Instructor: Christopher Willard, Psy.D.

Therapeutically restoring a young person's ability to self-regulate can be a challenging, yet extremely important undertaking. Learn from Harvard faculty member, author, speaker, and psychologist Dr. Chris Willard as he teaches you tools to help kids and teens better manage anxiety, depression, ADHD, & more.

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50

CEs: 3.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Self-Regulation: Strategies & Interventions for Children

Instructor: Katrina Jones, MS, LCMFT, RPT

This seminar covers neurobiological processes involved in the development of self-regulation, teaches clinicians how to communicate brain processes involved in self regulation, and discusses 15 interventions to promote healthy self-regulation in children.

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Sensorimotor Therapy Techniques for Trauma Treatment: Practical Skills*

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Research is increasingly showing the importance of working with the body when treating trauma. Many evidence-based therapies de-emphasize somatic work, focusing instead on cognitive techniques. When clients can re-connect with their own bodies, a sense of safety is restored, making the traditional top-down approaches more effective.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

Sleep Disturbances & Disorders: Implications for Mental Health Treatment

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

Obtain a working understanding of the causes, consequences, and interventions associated with sleep disturbances and disorders among client-based populations. Special emphasis on implications for screening, intake, and treatment and discharge planning.

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13

CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Skills for Trauma Treatment

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn evidence-informed solution-focused brief therapy tools and techniques that can be used with clients who have experienced trauma. Help clients effectively develop and consistently deploy healthy coping mechanisms when trauma triggers reoccur.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Skills to Bolster Family Therapy Outcomes

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Learn targeted SFBT techniques to move families out of problem-focused dysfunction and into healthier dynamics grounded in supportive and solution-focused communication patterns. Learn to foster therapy interactions that help family members move toward healing.

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41

CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Solution-Focused Therapy Skills for Depression & Other Mood Disorders

Instructor: Jodi Ann Geis-Crowder, MS, LPC, ACS

Depression doesn't get nearly the attention that anxiety does, yet its co-occurrence with anxiety make it extremely important that all clinicians be proficient in its treatment, even if it's not the "population you treat." The COVID-Depression link is now well documented in over half of COVID-19 survivors. Learn to tackle depression with classic SFBT skills for client-driven engagement and recovery!

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$10

Stepped Care Interventions for Alcohol Use Disorders

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This course reviews findings about barriers to help-seeking for alcohol use disorders, and describes an array of innovative and effective low-intensity intervention strategies, including telephone, computer-based, and Internet-based interventions.

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13

CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Suicide and Parasuicide in BPD: Evidence-Based Strategies

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

Dr. Jeff Riggenbach explores suicide and parasuicide in the diagnosis and treatment of BPD. Learn associated clinical components, common client schemas, differential diagnoses, and actionable assessment an treatment strategies for these extreme, difficult-to-treat BPD behaviors.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$60

Suicide Assessment and Documentation: Using the L-RAMP

Instructor: Ashley Garrison, LCSW

Suicide assessment and documentation are critical, but sometimes it's not clear how to do these tasks well. Attend this hands-on workshop to learn the practical application of Linehan Risk Assessment and Management Protocol (L-RAMP).

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Summary of HIPAA Privacy Rule

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This ethics course summarizes The Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information ('Privacy Rule'), developed to assist in implementing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ('HIPAA').

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8

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$211

Techniques For Responding to Highly Resistant Clients

Instructor: Clifton Mitchell, Ph.D.

Learn a broad array of techniques clinicians can add to their repertoire to improve client outcomes and reduce the stress and burnout that accompanies their most frustrating client-therapist interactions. Includes new, cutting-edge research on the use of priming in the therapeutic dialogue.

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24

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Technology-Based Therapeutic Tools

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This ethics course provides an overview of behavioral health technologies, including emerging technologies and future opportunities to integrate technology with behavioral health services.

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CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$10

Teen Dating Violence

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This course provides an overview of teen dating violence, including dating violence risk factors and protective factors, and recommended treatment approaches.

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11

CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$212

The Happiness Toolbox – Brain-Based Skills for Lasting Well-Being

Instructor: Jonah Paquette, PsyD

This is an experiential workshop focused on the science of well-being and the ingredients of a meaningful life. Weaving modern advances in neuroscience with strategies for lasting well-being, this workshop will provide you with the necessary skills to transform your clinical work.

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37

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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$90

Trauma Assessment and Treatment Planning: Ethical Considerations

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

An overview of ethical considerations associated with the assessment and treatment of trauma and stressor-related disorders in adults. We'll cover multiple trauma-focused assessment tools and strategies, diagnostic considerations, and treatment planning for traumatized clients.

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CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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$37.50

Trauma Exposure and Sleep Disturbances

Instructor: Jerrod Brown, PhD, MA, MS, MS, MS

We'll provide attendees with a working understanding of the definitions, causes, and consequences of trauma and its impact on sleep health. We'll expand into executive and adaptive functioning, ACE's, attachment, substance use disorders, and mental illness.

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CEs: 1.25 CE Credit(s)

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$337.50

Trauma in the Family: Concrete Skills to Achieve Long-term Healing & Stability

Instructor: Nathan Croy, MA, LCMFT

Trauma is pervasive, and it can even jeopardize the health and function of an entire family. How do we treat this situation, where do we start?!! This course offers concrete strategies, comprehensive plans, insights, and treatment approaches to help you move families forward with results.

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27

CEs: 11.25 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Trauma Recovery After Loss Post-COVID: Skills for Diagnosis & Treatment

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

In partnership with the Grief Support Network, Dr. Jennifer Sweeton explains how neuroscience can be used to help clients recover from devastating traumatic grief. She'll share evidence-informed techniques rooted in brain science that can be used to help your clients thrive after loss.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$157.50

Trauma Treatment Skills for Survivors of Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence

Instructor: Christiane Sanderson, BSc., MSc.

Join internationally known British trauma psychologist, trainer, BBC TV consultant, and author Christiane Sanderson for a deep dive into her Power Threat Meaning Framework and Trauma Informed Practice. Learn modern research informed best practice for treating survivors of domestic abuse and intimate partner violence.

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36

CEs: 5.25 CE Credit(s)

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$165

Treating Clients With a History of Abusive Relationships

Instructor: Leo DeBroeck, MS, LMHC, CMHS, MHP

Identify negative behavior patterns that often contribute to a client experiencing abusive relationships. Learn how co-dependency develops and how to recognize dependent traits. Learn treatment tools and techniques, diagnosis, transference issues, and current research on the topic.

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CEs: 5.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Treating Complex Trauma With Internal Family Systems: Evidence-Based Tools

Instructor: Frank Anderson, MD

Join Harvard psychiatrist, trauma expert, and leading IFS trainer Dr. Frank Anderson as he teaches using "parts" to help your trauma clients heal organically using their natural strengths and protective factors. Full-day workshop includes experiential training to put IFS theory into effective practice!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Treating Grief-Stricken Clients: Culturally Sensitive Interventions

Instructor: Tiffani Dilworth, LCPC, CGCS

Not just another grief seminar! Popular grief expert and counselor Tiffani Dilworth explores culture's impact on the grieving process, grief across the lifespan, conceptualizing grief, powerful grief interventions, and tools to help clients live with tremendous enduring loss.

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$240

Treating Insomnia Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBTi) Step-by-Step

Instructor: Jessica Bergstrom, Psy.D.

We'll provide attendees a comprehensive evidence-based CBT approach - proven effective in treating insomnia - that clinicians can easily integrate into their clinical practice. Learn step-by-step therapeutic techniques that can be utilized with clients immediately.

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CEs: 8 CE Credit(s)

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$82.80

Treating Trauma Using Somatic Experiencing

Instructor: Tonya Miles, PsyD

Somatic Experiencing, created by Peter Levine, is a method of treatment for trauma symptoms to develop nervous system regulation. The focus is on the mind-body connection and incorporates the physical (somatic) sensations and experiences to process and integrate trauma.

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CEs: 2.75 CE Credit(s)

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$157.50

Treatment of ADHD in Children and Adolescents

Instructor: Tish Taylor, PhD

Gain both broad and detailed information about ADHD in young people, how it presents, and specific strategies for treatment and intervention.  We'll also explore how current lifestyles are impacting ADHD presentation and its treatment.

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CEs: 5.25 CE Credit(s)

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$10

Treatment of Depression in Older Adults

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This course provides information about demographic trends, prevalence of and risk factors for depression and its impacts/costs. A brief summary is given on why implementation of evidence-based therapy practices is important.

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CEs: 1 CE Credit(s)

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$75

When Trauma is Current: Treating Clients with Ongoing Traumatic Stressors

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

When most of us think of trauma treatment, we think of our clients who've suffered a difficult childhood or event that occurred in the past - but what about trauma happening right now? Learn to deploy the best techniques to treat ongoing trauma: racism, sexism, systemic inequalities, current events, etc.

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CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$75

Why Race Matters: Understanding Racial Identity and Racial Trauma

Instructor: Lea Vincent, MA, PLPC, NCC

We'll cover the dynamics of racial identity for African Americans and white Americans, as well as dissect how racial trauma has impacted that formation. Such subjects as discrimination and implicit bias will be explored along with suggestions on how to utilize this information in practice.

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21

CEs: 2.5 CE Credit(s)

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$20

Working for Workplace Wellness

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This course includes an evidence-informed stress management manual that mental health providers can utilize to help employees enhance well-being and regulate stress.

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18

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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$45

Working With Post-Trauma Guilt and Moral Injury

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Overwhelming feelings of self-blame and shame present some of the toughest treatment challenges working with trauma survivors. Learn nine steps for addressing, managing, and reducing moral injury, which can occur when clients believe that a trauma was a result of their own actions.

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CEs: 1.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Worry, Panic, & Phobia: Evidence-Based Approaches to Alleviate Anxiety

Instructor: Jennifer Abel, PhD

This lively and engaging seminar by Dr. Jennifer Abel teaches evidence-based approaches to help your clients worry and stress less. Learn the nature of panic attacks, worry, and anxiety. Learn treatment approaches proven to help alleviate GAD, panic disorder, and specific phobia.

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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$45

Writing Letters for Support Animals Confidently: Dispelling Myths & Misconceptions

Instructor: Jessie L. Rayl, Ed.D., LPC

Many therapists decline to write therapy animal letters for fear of legal liability, but our ethics demand this important advocacy. Join Dr. Jessie L. Rayl, who is a person with a deaf-blind disability, as she discusses how to confidently and safely advocate for your clients who may benefit from a service or support animal!

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CEs: 1.5 CE Credit(s)

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$172.50

Written Exposure Therapy: Evidence-Based Tools for Trauma & PTSD

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

Not many people know that Written Exposure Therapy (WET) is an evidence-based brief trauma approach that was recently declared a first-line PTSD therapy in the VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guidelines. Extra useful for both online therapy and in-person therapy, take away tools to induce exposure in a novel and controlled fashion your clients can get behind!

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CEs: 5.75 CE Credit(s)

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