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Treating OCD in the Neurodiverse Client: ERP Adaptations for Autism

Instructor: April Kilduff, MA, LCPC, LPCC, LMHC

August 9, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Did you know 37% of Autistics also have OCD? Most of us will treat an Autistic or neurodiverse client at some point, so it's important to learn how Autism presents, and how Autism and OCD co-occur. This engaging Autistic voice-led training will share real case examples and helpful applied ERP modifications for neurodiverse people with obsessions and compulsions.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Cognitive Therapy Techniques for Trauma, PTSD, & Co-Occurring Addiction

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

August 16, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

People with unresolved trauma and emotional wounds often turn to substances as a way to self-medicate; And, people with addictions may drive while impaired, gravitate towards toxic relationships, or generally engage in behaviors that increase their risk of being traumatized. Learn straightforward and effective cognitive strategies you can use in practice tomorrow to help these clients reclaim adaptive life control.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Beyond the Bud: Ethics of Treating Frequent Users of Legal Marijuana

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

August 23, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Marijuana was once considered the "devil's herb," with criminalization and heavy social judgment of users the norm. The landscape has flipped - decriminalization, sentence commutation, and public acceptance giving way to legalization and common medicinal and recreational use. Get ethics credit and learn how to effectively manage the clash between a client's legal use of marijuana and its potential contributions to client distress.

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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Sexual Addictive Disorders: Treatment Tools to Build Emotional Sobriety

Instructor: Megan Salar, MSW, ACADC

August 30, 2024 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

It is estimated that 12-30 million Americans suffer with a sexual addictive disorder - an extremely taboo and overlooked negative coping behavior that can destroy mental health and relationships. Learn to clinically address this growing concern by deploying evidence-informed techniques to provide stabilization, enduring behavior change, and transformative emotional sobriety,

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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EMDR Skills for Attachment Wounds & Trauma in Children & Adolescents

Instructor: Megan Salar, MSW, ACADC

September 6, 2024 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Standard EMDR trainings almost always assume that your client is an adult, but yet we know how important it is to disrupt early the negative behavioral patterns associated with protective trauma responses. Learn how to use the transformative power of EMDR with children and adolescents to give them the best clinical chance at long term psychological and relational health.

CEs: 12 CE Credit(s)

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Perinatal Mental Health Disorders: Early Identification & Treatment Tools

Instructor: Stephanie Risinger, MS, LCMFT

September 13, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Perinatal mental health disorders have historically been dismissed as "baby blues," but 1 in 5 women now experience significant symptoms of depression and/or anxiety during pregnancy or postpartum. There are unique risk factors, symptoms, and treatments not taught in graduate school mental health programs and not specifically listed in the DSM-5-TR. Learn helpful diagnosis and treatment techniques for this vulnerable and overlooked population!

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Single Session Therapy in Action: Practical Strategies and a Live Demonstration!

Instructor: Windy Dryden, PhD, ScD

September 20, 2024 8:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

SST is a very direct and solution-oriented way to approach mental health therapy. It provides value and resolution for the client within a single session. Why is this a good thing? Some clients are busy or resistant to therapy (for cultural or other reasons), and may not seek therapy if they think about coming for many sessions in a row. This means we have a unique opportunity to extend services to a deserving but hard-to-reach population.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Advanced EMDR Methods: Using Parts Work, Ego States, & Feeling State Theory

Instructor: Megan Salar, MSW, ACADC

September 27, 2024 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Learn specific advanced EMDR interventions to use for complex PTSD, addictive and compulsive disorders, fears, and phobias. Use parts work, ego states, and feeling state theory to address addiction and trauma within the framework of classic 8-phase EMDR. This won't just impress your friends, it'll help you go next-level with your EMDR applications to help clients!

CEs: 12 CE Credit(s)

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Autostress Disorders: Brain-Based Tools to Disrupt "False Alarm" Anxiety

Instructor: John Arden, PhD, ABPP

October 4, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Just as the body's immune system can attack itself with a "good response gone bad", so can the body's stress response become stuck in a pattern of "false alarms" resulting in misfiring stress responses that turn into chronic anxiety disorders. Learn how to help people with Autostress disorders retune their nervous system and manage anxiety for good!

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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Sexual Trauma & How it Leads to Grief: Treating the “Other Side” of Trauma

Instructor: Tiffani Dilworth, LCPC, CGCS

October 11, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

What is the difference between PTSD and grief? How does grief relate to sexual trauma specifically and why is it important to know how grief plays into sexual trauma? Learn interventions and therapies that will help you address grief in the context of sexual trauma, moving your clients into resilience and long term healing.

CEs: 2 CE Credit(s)

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ACT for Moral Injury: From Violated Values to Fostering Forgiveness

Instructor: Wyatt Evans, PhD, ABPP

October 25, 2024 8:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Suffering moral injury can be psychologically devastating, especially in the most extreme circumstances (e.g. a cop taking the life of a child, a soldier killing the enemy). Learn how to use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to facilitate healing for the most crippling and mentally destructive moral wounds your clients may suffer.

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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Somatic Sex Therapy: Using Psychophysiology to Create Pleasure & Connection

Instructor: Holly Richmond, PhD, LMFT

November 1, 2024 12:00 pm
Central Standard Time (CST)

Through contemporary research and clinical case studies, acclaimed author and certified sex therapist Dr. Holly Richmond educates on using somatic psychology to replace dysfunctional psychosomatic patterns with adaptive patterns. Ones rooted in embodiment and empowerment to help clients build an ideal foundation for holistic sexual health.

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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"Felt Sense" Polyvagal Model: Re-envisioning Trauma & Addiction Treatment

Instructor: Jan Winhall, MSW, FOT

November 8, 2024 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Our current brain disease model of trauma/addiction desperately needs a fresh approach, one that honors the wisdom of the body. The Felt Sense Polyvagal Model™ (FSPM) shifts the current pathologizing paradigm to a strength-based approach. A mixture of didactic information, experiential practices, demonstrations, and case examples will guide the clinician in applying the model.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Treating Infidelity: Trust Violation, Micro-cheating, & Betrayal – Clinical Strategies

Instructor: Katherine Helm, PhD

November 22, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Although romantic relationships now exist in many modern forms, long-term monogamous commitment is still the norm. Consequently, many couples struggle around issues of infidelity at some point during the union. It is absolutely critical for couples therapists to have a reliable evidence-informed toolset to treat different forms of infidelity in relationships.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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Neural Desensitization to Accelerate Trauma Recovery: NDIT Level 2 Training (Dec 2024)

Instructor: Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, MS, MA

December 13, 2024 8:30 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Taught by a Stanford-trained neuroscientist, learn the advanced skills of Neural Desensitization and Integration Training. Apply advanced NDIT to heal complicated developmental trauma and dive deeper into neural integration and resource creation. Complete Level 1 first - this is NDIT Level 2 training (applicable toward full certification, available 2025).

CEs: 15 CE Credit(s)

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Psychoneuroimmunology: Learn the Intersection of Health & Mental Health

Instructor: John Arden, PhD, ABPP

December 20, 2024 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

We've all heard this on the news and morning talk shows: the body is a system - physical health status affects mental health status and vice versa, lifestyle and behavior impacts physical health which also influences behavioral health, etc. But what does it all mean for overall wellness and how we help clients in the therapy room?

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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ACT for Anxiety: Necessary Tools to Defeat Anxiety With Welcome Acceptance & Flexibility

Instructor: Emily Wharton, PsyD

January 31, 2025 10:30 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Traditional anxiety treatment approaches involve a heavy reliance on classic exposure-based tools that often fail to take advantage of values-based strategies that can assist the client in a more complete transformation of their overall relationship to anxiety. Learn actionable skills and see live demonstrations that will help you apply ACT's 6 core processes of change to defeat anxiety!

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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Deep Dive Into New Cognitive Approaches for Trauma, PTSD & Addiction

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

February 7, 2025 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

We know from the research that trauma most often precedes addiction. We also know that cognitive techniques carry a bulk of the research evidence for safe and effective treatment of most co-occurring mental health disorders. Given these documented outcomes, clinicians are beginning to find new ways to employ cognitive therapy mechanisms that pack a bigger punch than vanilla CBT. Just when you think you had cognitive therapy all figured out - wait for this one!

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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IFS Techniques & Cinema Therapy: Using Film to Explore Parts & Foster Healing

Instructor: Justin Martin, MA, LMHC

February 21, 2025 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Join IFS (Level 2) trained professional counselor Justin Martin as he teaches you how to use the basic tenants of Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) and Cinema Therapy to evoke parts through the power of film and emotionally rich movie scenes that activate your client's hardest-to-reach inner parts. Lower clients' internal defenses, increase their enjoyment of self exploration, and kickstart growth with integrated IFS and Cinema Therapy!

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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DBT Theory and Skills Practice: An Interactive DBT Symposium

Instructor: Emily Wharton, PsyD

February 27, 2025 10:30 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Join us for a special 2-day interactive DBT symposium with Stanford-trained clinical psychologist Dr. Emily Wharton. She'll give a complete overview of DBT history, its theoretival basis, core tenets, applications to common client concerns, and share case studies and demonstrations to help you apply it in practice. Bring your questions and get ready to start using DBT skills Day 1!

CEs: 12 CE Credit(s)

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Cognitive Tools to Melt Depression & Anxiety: Strategies That Really Work!

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

March 7, 2025 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Depression and anxiety are the two presenting concerns at the root of most clinical mental health cases, especially in the majority of outpatient settings. It is critical for all mental health providers to possess a deep and reliable toolset to meet the growing need nationwide for treatment of depression and anxiety. It can be argued there is none better proven than cognitive and behavioral approaches that can be used alongside your chosen therapeutic orientation. Versatile, evidence-based, and easy to implement!

CEs: 4 CE Credit(s)

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ACT for OCD: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy Skills for Enhanced OCD Treatment

Instructor: Emily Wharton, PsyD

March 14, 2025 10:30 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

ACT's six core processes, when combined with Exposure and Response Prevention, have been shown to contribute to accelerated positive outcomes in the treatment of OCD. Learn actionable skills and see live demonstrations that will help you apply ACT's 6 core processes of change to help clients reclaim management of obsessions and compusions from the core outward!

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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IFS & Men’s Work: Using IFS Techniques to Unlock Men’s Protective Systems & Exiles

Instructor: Justin Martin, MA, LMHC

March 21, 2025 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Men harbor specific burdens and carry unique protective systems. Join IFS (Level 2) trained professional counselor Justin Martin as he takes you on a unique journey inside the classic Internal Family Systems framework. Learn to collaboratively explore, deconstruct, and successfully treat complicated internal distress exclusive to our work with the most vulnerable of our heterosexual male clients.

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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“Exposure’s Not The Only Way”: Inference-Based CBT for OCD: Tools & Techniques

Instructor: Angela M. Henry, LCSW

March 28, 2025 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

The idea of intense exposure-based therapy can be daunting for some clients with crippling OCD. While ERP is the most well-known prescription for OCD, there is another evidence supported therapy to tackle OCD without the jarring hit of core exposure and the therapeutic resistance it often creates. Join expert trainer and clinician Angela M. Henry for a deep dive into evidence-based I-CBT for OCD.

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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Digital Divide: Ethical Considerations & Challenges – Gen X Therapists & Teletherapy

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

April 11, 2025 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

When we think of applying ethical standards in practice, rarely do we consider the impact of generational perspective. Generally, the older we are, the less likely on average we are to easily adapt to and accept changes to processes, norms, technology, etc. Nowhere is this phenomenon more evident than in our debate over telehealth vs. in-person therapy. And Gen Xers appear to straddle each side. Which one is better and how much? Let's dive in!

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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REBT Skills to Conquer Toxic Perfectionism’s “Too Much of a Good Thing” Epidemic

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

April 25, 2025 10:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Rational Emotive Behavior (REBT) therapy skills can be fantastic for effectively addressing crippling perfectionism in our anxious, overworked, and distressed clients. It's a classic problem of "too much of a good thing" often born out of good intentions to develop, succeed, differentiate, or otherwise evolve as a human being. We don't talk about it enough, but it's everywhere and the effects can be devastating for people, our clients included!

CEs: 3 CE Credit(s)

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DBT Special Applications for PTSD: An Experiential & Interactive Forum

Instructor: Emily Wharton, PsyD

May 16, 2025 10:30 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Despite DBT's reputation as a rather prescriptive modality, it holds immense treatment potential when clinically deployed as a tailored set of trauma treatment skills. Join Dr. Emily Wharton for an interactive DBT participative forum as she teaches specialized flexible DBT approaches to treat PTSD and trauma (especially when more traditional forms of treatment just aren't working).

CEs: 6 CE Credit(s)

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Micro-Certificate in Full Cluster DSM-5 Personality Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment

Instructor: Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D.

June 6, 2025 9:00 am
Central Standard Time (CST)

Join us for a special 2-day Micro-certification program (conferring a PD-PT(i) post-nominal credential), with featured expert Dr. Jeff Riggenbach as he dives deep into all DSM-5 clusters to nail down accurate diagnoses, explore case studies, build flexible treatment plans, and use tailored behavioral and cognitive approaches to crack the code on these hardest to treat clients!

CEs: 12 CE Credit(s)

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