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    • 09/16/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Medical and Behavioral Addiction: Holistic and Integrated Approaches to Substance Abuse and Mental Health

    Dr. Beau A. Nelson, DBH, LCSW

    Chief Clinical Officer FHE Health, Deerfield Beach, Florida

    Often addiction treatment focuses on treating the behavioral aspects of a person's well being. Yet at the heart of the process we must also pay attention to the social, spiritual and medical needs of the whole person. This is the heart of an Integrated approach to addiction, recovery and mental health. 

    Mental health and addiction are often considered psychological or brain related conditions. It's true that your brain and central nervous system have a major impact on these disorders and the health and function of the rest of the body must also be treated simultaneously. Not only do physical ailments manifest as symptoms that can confuse mental health diagnosis but the symptoms caused by mental health issues and addiction may cause medical issues that must be addressed to create a strong baseline.  benchmark medical care addresses the changes that have likely occurred in the body as a result of substance abuse anxiety depression or other mental health conditions. For example years of drinking may cost damage to the stomach lining. Without a full treatment plan for gastrointestinal pain the patient is suffering they are more likely to continue seeking and elicit relief. The brain changes physically and chemically under substance abuse. Dependency on external chemicals makes it impossible to simply stop using drugs or alcohol without intense pain and withdrawal.  static effects of withdrawal cascade outward from the brain as it communicates to other organs in the body. These organs are also struggling with the limited access to chemistry they now depend on and the results can be devastating.  

    Learning Objectives: Participants will

    1.    Articulate 4 key pillars of integrated, whole person care
    2.    Describe 3 advanced benefits of a Neuro-Rehabilitative approach to addiction
    3.    Explain the connections between psychological medical and addiction support
    4.    Describe 5 medical complications arising from drug abuse
    5.    Explain 7 key “whole person” interventions for wellness during drug and alcohol recovery

    2.0 CEU Hours

    Dr. Beau A. Nelson, DBH, LCSW

    Dr. Nelson is a passionate advocate for quality mental health and substance abuse treatment. As Chief Clinical Officer at FHE Health, a nationally recognized behavioral health treatment provider, he ensures quality, innovation, and comprehensive treatment for patients. Dr. Nelson has worked in the behavioral health field for more than 22 years. He has served as a clinical director, clinician, and supervisor for mental health programs in acute, sub-acute, and outpatient facilities, and in primary care. He has devoted his life to improving the professional practice as a professor, professional development instructor, consultant, clinical supervisor, and internship supervisor working with many universities and colleges. He is also a widely recognized speaker, writer, and community advocate for mental health and substance abuse innovation in healthcare. He works closely with government entities, unions, employers, and community organizations to meet the behavioral health needs of their communities. He is also dedicated to working with first responders and addressing their unique needs through education, trainings, and crisis response. Dr. Nelson is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is a Board Approved Supervisor in Florida and Texas. He specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, maximizing medical, psychiatric, Neuroscience, and clinical interventions for maximum benefit.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 10/14/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Creative Strategies in Developing an Ethical and Profitable Private Practice

    Amanda Landry, LMHC, CAP, NCC

    DescriptionAs most of us know, we didn’t learn business planning or marketing techniques in graduate school. The #1 question people asked me during workshops and in our Facebook group, My Private Practice Collective,  is “How do I get clients?”.   I’m here to tell you my strategies that have helped me double in income every year I’ve been doing private practice full-time. Nine years ago when I started my practice, I was the DIY Queen. Mondays were my slow day and I worked for hours on a website that did NOTHING for me! When I began to use Facebook and Google to market my practice, I did it all myself and I didn’t have a plan. I listened to some podcasts and I read blog posts but I knew I needed to create a solid and ethical business plan for myself because I had big dreams. By learning to build an ethical practice, I’ve been able to:

    • Generate over $2,000,000 in yearly income for my group practice.
    • Create an ethical practice that serves a diverse population.
    • Find the happiness I knew was waiting for as a therapist.
    Are you worried about creating a winning strategy to build and grow an ethical private practice? It’s time to change the course of your private practice By learning to start and grow your private practice, you will be able to… 
      • Increase your revenue by increasing your pricing and the services you provide.
      • Work with your ideal client and offer them high-quality therapy and counseling.
      • Create a schedule that fits into your lifestyle, such as taking more vacations, not working on the weekends, or cutting down on your evening appointments.
      • Follow ethics related to social media, marketing, and providing services to clients.
    Learning Objectives:
    1. Create a niche and ideal client that speaks to your soul
    2. Identify ways to use Google Adwords and SEO to drive traffic to your website
    3. Strategize community-based marketing to create a steady stream of referrals
    4.  Identify ethical principles to follow

    3.0 Ethics CEU Hours

    About the Presenter: Amanda Landry, LMHC, CAP, NCC
    Amanda Landry is a published author of the book, “Guided Journal for Women with Anxiety.” As a licensed therapist for more than 15 years, she has helped teenagers overcome depression and anxiety, go off to college, and become successful in their lives. Amanda is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Addictions Professional, National Certified Counselor, and private practice consultant. She owns a group practice called Caring Therapists, with several locations throughout Florida that specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, stress management, increasing self-worth, incorporation of meditation and mind/body connection, mood management, anxiety reduction, empowerment and work/life balance. Amanda focuses on treating anxiety and depression in teens and adults through holistic and evidence-based practices. She is a believer in holistic treatment, practices vegetarianism, meditation, and yoga, and is an avid reader. Amanda is a private practice consultant with My Private Practice Collective, an online community for therapists with over 17,000 members.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 11/18/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Disaster Proof: 7 Mistakes That Could Cost You Your License

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel, LMHC, LMFT

    The State of Florida is crystal clear on professional licensing for therapists.  We must stay within the guidelines outlined by FL Law 491 or risk disciplinary action by the board. The costs can be steep. It is not unusual for a well-meaning clinician to have his/her license suspended or even lose it. This workshop is a review of seven critical topics that all mental health clinicians must remember to stay within the laws and rules of this profession. Information from actual cases brought before past board meetings will be reviewed concerning broken laws and rules as well as penalties, costs, and possible remedies. Laws and rules coincide with ethical and professional boundaries mental health professionals are required to uphold. Dr. Van Den Heuvel is currently a member of the Florida 491 Board and sits in the review of all types of disciplinary cases regularly.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Identify and describe seven of the most critical Laws and Rules that form the foundation of clinical practice under FL Law 491
    2. Articulate the costs and penalties most commonly given for practice errors in three key results areas
    3. Describe common paths of remedy for licensed clinicians found to be in violation of laws governing
    4. Identify and describe the most overlooked violations as seen by the actual 491 Board since 2018.

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel, LMHC, LMFT

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel (also known as Dr. Denny) received her Master of Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1991. She attained her license in North Carolina and continues to hold that license. She received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education with a minor in Psychology at North Carolina State University. During this time, Dr. Cecil-Van Den Heuvel also founded a state association, the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina, along with her colleagues, and promoted legislative groundwork for Licensed Professional Counselors in the 1990s. Currently, this association has over seven hundred members and is under the umbrella of the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

    Dr. Denny is the Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master Program at South University in West Palm Beach, FL. Dr. Denny was hired to set up this Master’s Program in 2003 at South University where it has successfully graduated students and recently attained CACREP accreditation. She also has a part-time private practice where she enjoys direct client interaction. She specializes in the treatment of adolescents and their families from her long-term experience with this population. Dr. Denny also treats a broad range of issues and currently treats children, adolescents, couples, and families. She works with trauma often and is trained in EMDR.

    Dr. Denny is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor in the state of Florida. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. Dr. Denny has served as President of the Mental Health Counseling Association of Palm Beach County for two years, President of the Florida Mental Health Association for one year, and President of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina for two years. She is currently a member of the 491 Licensure Board in the State of Florida. She also holds a membership with the American Counseling Association, the American Mental Health Counseling Association, Florida Mental Health Counseling Association, Mental Health Counseling Association of Palm Beach County, and the Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 12/16/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    The Counselor’s Survival Guide to Ethical Counseling in a Politicized Era

    Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT

    The 2020 presidential election landed alongside a global pandemic and civil unrest connected to racial injustices, creating a trifecta of stress and potential trauma. The American Mental Health Counselors Association’s 2020 Code of Ethics calls upon clinical mental health counselors (CMHCs) to maintain objectivity (I.A.1); to take care of our own mental health so that we can be centered for our clients (I.C.1.h); to understand the role of our beliefs, values, and biases in our clinical work while seeking to better understand our clients (I.C.1.m); and to refrain from discriminating against our clients for their political beliefs (I.C.2.c).  This is particularly interesting given that the counseling profession is less politically diverse than the clients we serve, with only 15-to-25 % of counselors identifying as conservative. How do we handle situations in which our clients bring politics into the therapy room?  How do CMHCs advocate for sociopolitical causes on one hand while remaining objective on the other? How do respond when our own colleagues, co-workers, friends, and family members view things differently than we do? Within the context of a society that is politically polarized, how do we maintain balance and self-care so that we can be an anchoring presence for our clients? Drawing from the presenter’s research on the relationship between the political ideologies of counselors and their clinical practice, this training was designed to equip you with tools to address these challenges.

    Learning Objectives

    1.      Articulate an understanding of the political beliefs of counselors as compared to the general population.
    2.      Describe the interaction between political beliefs and counseling ethical codes.
    3.      Identify and describe a model that can help you develop more insight and empathy for people who disagree with you politically.
    4.      Apply productive communication strategies in conversations with people who disagree with you politically.
    5.      Create an election self-care plan.

    3.0 CEU Hours of Ethics/Professional Boundaries

    Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT

    Aaron, current president of the Florida Mental Health Counselor's Association is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with certifications in addictions, alcohol and drug counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical mental health counseling, forensic mental health evaluation, and forensic behavioral analysis. He is recognized by the American Mental Health Counselors Association as a Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist in Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders. He serves as Executive Director of the National Board of Forensic Evaluators, a national not-for-profit board officially endorsed by the American Mental Health Counselors Association that provides training, certification and professional advocacy for licensed mental health professionals specializing in forensic mental health evaluation. He is an Adjunct Instructor at the University of South Florida's College of Behavioral and Community Sciences as well as a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at USF. He serves as Southern Regional Director for the American Mental Health Counselors Association and President-Elect and Chair of Education, Training Standards, and Continuing Education for the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association. He also works in a private practice specializing in both therapy and forensic and clinical evaluation, as well as providing clinical supervision to mental health counselors and marriage and family therapist interns as a Qualified Supervisor. He has more than 15 years of experience in the counseling profession. He was awarded Mental Health Counselor of the Year by the American Mental Health Counselors Association and Counselor Educator of the Year by the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association in 2016 and has been published in Addiction ProfessionalAmerican Journal of OrthopsychiatryJournal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Journalof Individual Psychology, and The Advocate Magazine.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 02/17/2023
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Schema Therapy:  Beyond Cognitive Behavioral Limitations

    Dr Maria Grishkina MS, MD, Ph.D.,

    This seminar will familiarize participants with the core elements of schema therapy, learning from a Schema Therapy approach, about basic human needs, schema types, maladaptive coping styles, and modes.  Schema Therapy is an innovative, integrative therapeutic approach, originally developed by Dr Jeffrey Young as an expansion of traditional cognitive-behavioral treatments. The schema approach draws from cognitive-behavioral therapy, attachment theory, psychodynamic concepts, and emotion-focused therapies. In comparison to “standard” cognitive-behavioral therapy, schema therapy places more emphasis on self-defeating life patterns, characterological problems, deep-rooted emotional themes, affective change techniques, and the therapeutic relationship, with special emphasis on limited reparenting.

            Schema Therapy is particularly well-suited for difficult, resistant clients with entrenched, chronic psychological disorders, including personality disorders (such as BPD and narcissism), eating disorders, intractable couples problems, and criminal offenders. It is also often effective for relapse prevention with depression, anxiety, and substance abuse.

            The results of comparative outcome studies have shown schema therapy to be highly effective with a large percentage of outpatients with Borderline Personality Disorder, with a low dropout rate. Clients who have spent years gaining valuable insight into psychodynamic therapies, but who are frustrated by their lack of progress, often respond well to the active, systematic, flexible, and depth-oriented schema approach.

            Video materials and role-plays will be presented to gain a better understanding of the main concepts. Another focus will be on the use of the therapy relationship as “limited reparenting” in the re-working schemas and schema modes. The participants will be familiarized with the use of Imagery Rescripting, chair work and other schema generated interventions. 

    Learning Objectives

    1.    Name and describe the key early maladaptive "schemas" identified by author Dr Jeffrey Young.

    2.    Articulate the fundamental premise of schema therapy and describe 4 key features of the approach. 

    3.    Describe and demonstrate 3 central methodologies of Schema Therapy

    4.    Describe 3 interventions based on Schema Therapy

    2.0 CEU Hours

    Dr Maria Grishkina MS, MD, Ph.D., Certified Advanced Schema Therapist (ISST). Recently from Moscow, and fluent in Ukranian and Russian languages, Maria is a psychiatrist and a psychotherapist with vast experience working with psychiatric disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings. Founder of the Schema Therapy Space project, providing online workshops, supervisions, and other events on Schema Therapy worldwide. Author and co-author of over 30 peer-reviewed articles and chapters in books. Working in private practice and facilitating training and schema therapy groups for therapists. Specialized in working with personality disorders, chronic Axis I disorders, and trauma.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 03/10/2023
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Food’s Not a Pleasure:  Understanding and Treating Eating Disorders

    Rachel Porter, PsyD

    Eating disorders are neurobiological disorders rooted in the brain causing medical and psychological issues. They are NOT a choice and not simply about control or weight management. They are affected by genetics, environment, and temperament. All play a role. Eating disorders are experienced by all genders, body sizes, and socio-economic statuses.

    Learning Objectives coming soon.

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Rachel Porter, PsyD

    Rachel Porter, PsyD, is an eating disorders professional living and working in Durham, NC. Dr. Porter has worked in the eating disorders field for over 15 years, all at higher levels of care. Dr. Porter is currently the Clinical Director over all of Carolina House’s clinical services. Dr. Porter is an anti-stigma advocate, a Health at Every Size provider, and committed to using her many privileges to support and provide compassionate and inclusive care. In her personal time, Dr. Porter enjoys spending time with her husband, friends, and cats, reading, and trying to see Hamilton: An American Musical as many times as humanly possible.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 04/14/2023
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Your Brain On Drugs:  Homeostasis, Neurochemistry, and Healing from Addiction

    Judith Grisel, Ph.D.

    Regular use of any psychoactive drug causes the opposite effect. Chronic stimulants result in lethargy, sedatives lead to anxiety, and euphoriants guarantee misery. These consequences are so predictable because they follow directly from fundamental features of the nervous system, namely, its capacity to recognize, predict, and adapt to change. We will apply Solomon and Corbit’s Opponent Process Theory (1974) to understand the neural and behavioral changes wrought by chronic exposure to cannabinoids and narcotics and discuss how such adaptation during periods of rapid brain development results in lasting changes in brain structure and function that pave the way for future addictions.

    Among the many studies conducted by Dr. Grisel, is a 2018 set of findings on the neuroscience of addiction pointing out genetic risks of addiction, especially in women. Gender and the biology of the brain may make some women more likely to reach for a drink when they feel stressed out, and more likely to become dependent on alcohol. It was funded by the National Institute of Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse and published in the journal Addiction Biology

    This finding, the outcome of a three-year neuroscience study by Bucknell Professor Judith Grisel, could improve the screening and diagnosis of alcoholism and other addictions. It also adds to the mounting body of evidence about fundamental differences between the brains of men and women — differences that Grisel notes were ignored for decades, leaving a deep gender gap in medical research that persists today.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Understand how abused drugs coopt normal brain circuits to mark meaningful events
    2. Recognize that repeated exposure to these signals produces adaptation in the brain, as any routine perturbation leads to neural compensation in the form of an “opponent process” aimed at maintaining homeostasis
    3. Tie opponent processes to the hallmarks of addiction: tolerance, dependence, and craving
    4. Know how endogenous opiate pathways are exploited by recreational users and how natural antiopiate mechanisms undermine an addict’s efforts to get high
    5. Appreciate how the specific actions of delta-9-THC in the bring about subjective effects, as well as the profound neural adaptations to counteract these outcomes
    6. Connect robust brain plasticity in adolescents to an enhanced risk for addiction

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Judith Grisel, Ph.D.,

    Judith Grisel, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized behavioral neuroscientist and a professor of psychology at Bucknell University with expertise in pharmacology and genetics whose research focuses on determining the root causes of drug addiction. A current focus of her laboratory is to understand the role of endogenous opiate neurotransmission in different trajectories of alcohol abuse in men and women. Professor Grisel recently published Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction, a New York Times bestseller.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 05/19/2023
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Neglected:  Healing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue

    Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP

    Extending ourselves each day in clinical environments, it’s easy to forget to take care of the caregiver. We often fail to remember the “heavy lifting” necessary to support others who are troubled, share optimism when we can and create enthusiasm for change among difficult populations….all while dealing with our own personal lives that may too, be troubled. Many of us won’t soon forget the engaging and down to earth event that Dr. Dyben brought us a few years ago on “The Happiness Trap.” One of our highest-rated presentations ever! This presentation will explore the dynamics of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma and how they manifest in the everyday life of mental health professionals.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Define concepts of burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious trauma in the context of clinical counseling.
    2. Explain risk factors faced by those working in counseling professions
    3. identify early warning signs of burnout in self and others.
    4. Prevent burnout by learning to balance the immense demands of work with the ultimate reality of having human needs that cannot be ignored...for too long.

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP

    Dr. John Dyben serves as the Chief Clinical Officer for Origins Behavioral Healthcare. In this capacity, he provides both academic and clinical supervisory support to all of Origins’ programs. John’s academic background includes degrees in Psychology (BS), Conflict (MA), Management (MS), and a Doctor of Health Science, with his doctoral practicum having focused on the dynamics, epidemiology, and treatment of substance abuse and addiction in older adults. John is an ordained pastor, clinically trained chaplain, and board-certified as both a Master Addictions Professional and a Mental Health Professional in the State of Florida. In addition to his clinical work, John lectures in multiple professional and academic venues on topics related to science, health, spirituality, and ethics, and he was an adjunct professor at Palm Beach State College for 12 years. He brings over 20 years of experience as a therapist, educator, and spiritual director to this topic.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


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06/17/2022 Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment
05/20/2022 Troubled Teens: Working with "Gen Z"
04/22/2022 Cannabis Psychosis: Current Research. Recovery Strategies
03/18/2022 ACE Scores: Accounting for Toxic Stress During Childhood
02/11/2022 What's the Buzz? Exploring EMDR
01/14/2022 Personality Disorders: Adversity, Dysregulation and the Search for Secure Attachment
10/15/2021 How to Chill: Mindfulness with Teens for Rootedness and Humanity
09/10/2021 NARM & Working With Teenagers
06/11/2021 Targeting Trauma: Filling the Gaps
05/14/2021 Love Wins: Trauma, Adversity and Healing
04/16/2021 Rethinking Personality Disorders: The Search for Secure Attachment
03/12/2021 Bottomless: The Marchman Act and Other Radical Approaches to Addiction
02/12/2021 The Happiness Trap: Spirituality, Psychotherapy and Holistic Health
01/15/2021 Food and Mood: Eating and Emotional Regulation in the Pandemic
01/08/2021 Required Renewal Ethics Course 3 hrs
12/19/2020 Required Renewal Laws and Rules 3Hrs
12/17/2020 Required Renewal Medical Errors 2 Hrs
12/17/2020 Required Renewal Medical Errors 2 Hrs
12/09/2020 Required Renewal Laws and Rules 3Hrs
11/03/2020 Sexual Betrayal: Helping Couples Survive
10/09/2020 Surviving or Thriving? Strategies to Build a Smart Private Practice During the Pandemic
06/26/2020 Fearless Love: Relationship Sanity During Crazy Times
06/05/2020 Telehealth for Counselors: Zooming Into a New Era
05/22/2020 Close Up: COVID-19 Through the Lens of Inpatient Psychiatry
02/14/2020 Never Enough: Homeostasis, Marijuana and Opiate Addiction
01/24/2020 A Unified Partnership: Attorneys & Mental Health Counselors
12/14/2019 Soul Tending: Healing the Wounded Healer
12/13/2019 From PTSD to PTG: Psychological Resilience after Community Crisis
11/22/2019 Accurate Diagnosis: Tools for Effective Clinical Mental Health and Substance Abuse Evaluation
10/25/2019 Sex, Drugs & Rock-Solid Recovery: Regaining Intimacy
09/13/2019 Saving Lives: Getting Loved Ones into Treatment Using the Marchman Act
06/07/2019 Half Day Qualified Supervisor Refresher Training June 7th, 9 to 1
06/06/2019 Two Day Qualified Supervisor Training June 6 & 7th , 9 to 3 both days
05/31/2019 More than Addiction: Comprehensive Approaches to Co-Occurring Disorders
05/03/2019 ICISF Group Crisis Certification
04/19/2019 Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate: Screening for Signs and Symptoms
03/15/2019 Marijuana: Weeding Out Fact From Fiction
02/15/2019 Love Wins: Trauma, The Nervous System and Recovery
02/02/2019 Trained Crisis Responder Certification Course
01/04/2019 Communal Trauma: A Journey of Hope (Free CE Workshop)
01/01/2019 Ethics, Medical Errors, Renewal Laws & Rules: 8 Hour Friday Course
11/16/2018 Starry Nights: Non-suicidal Self-injury
10/12/2018 No Time to Lose: Accelerating Trauma Resolution
09/14/2018 On Becoming A Master Therapist: Personal and Professional Journeys
08/24/2018 Using Emotions in Therapy: Gottman, Ekman, Norcross and Napier
05/18/2018 Borderlines Part 2: Treating Personality Disorders
04/12/2018 Affluenza: Family Pathology of Excessive Wealth
03/16/2018 Radical Self Care: Mindfulness and Making Money in Therapy
02/16/2018 Intimacy Interrupted: How Sex and Other Addictions Destroy Relationships
01/26/2018 Marketing Strategies for Private Practice Owners (Special Engagement)
01/19/2018 Lifting the Fog: Integrating Bio/Neurofeedback into Dual Diagnosis Treatment
12/15/2017 The Body Keeps Score: Healing Trauma from Linehan to Van der Kolk
11/17/2017 Teens, Sex and Social Media
10/13/2017 Build Your 6 Figure Dream Private Practice
06/09/2017 Complicated Pain: Breaking the Destructive Opioid Spiral
04/21/2017 Treating the "Un-treatable": Borderline Personalities and Getting Results
02/10/2017 Failure to Launch: Issues and Strategies for Troubled Young Adults
01/06/2017 Medical Errors, Ethics, Domestic Violence
11/18/2016 Treating Complex Co-Occurring Disorders: A Team Approach

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