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The Retreat at Sheppard Pratt, led by Thomas Franklin, MD, is a premier residential program for patients 18+ seeking a private-pay, intensive, and personalized treatment experience in an open, unlocked setting. We offer an intermediate length of stay of three weeks to several months in a therapeutic milieu, and provide expert care for depression, anxiety, personality, mood, and addictive disorders. Experienced psychiatrists lead treatment teams and are involved in patient care. Recent updates include a more intensive co-occurring disorders treatment track and a recently renovated facility for unrivaled comfort.
Kolmac Clinic is an outpatient rehabilitation/treatment program for adults with gambling and substance use disorders. Since 1973, 20,000 patients have been helped through our:
• Withdrawal Management
• Intensive Treatment - up to 15 hours weekly
• Comprehensive Staffing - groups co-led by licensed and certified clinicians
• Continuity of Care - a unifed staff following patients through all three treatment phases
• Conveniences - six offices (MD/DC) offering morning and evening sessions, accepting most commerical insurances
Call us at (301) 589-0255 or visit our website at www.kolmac.com.
Breakthrough is a 5-day intensive, residential workshop where experiential group techniques are used to increase self esteem, modify dysfunctional patterns, and decrease emotional distress. The program has demonstrated success in one year follow up research conducted by Rutgers University. Therapists find this program to be helpful with clients who need a more intensive experience and report visible change and progress with those they refer. Skilled Breakthrough therapists work with the referents to move clients forward and improve relational and emotional wellness.
The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt, led by Harry Brandt, MD and Steven Crawford, MD, offers comprehensive care for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults with eating disorders. We have been a national leader in evidence-based treatment since 1989, providing highly specialized individual, group, family, occupational, art, and nutritional therapies. Our full continuum of care includes a 24 hour/day inpatient program, 12 hour/day partial hospital program (PHP), 4 hour/day, 4 day/week intensive outpatient program (IOP), and free support groups and collaborative care workshops for caregivers.
Quality Rehab Treatment
Seabrook House is an internationally recognized, private CARF-accredited addiction treatment center. The main facility in Bridgeton, New Jersey provides detox, inpatient, outpatient and our 90-day extended care program for women, Changes for Women. Our 90-day transitional living facility for men, Seabrook House West, is located in north central Pennsylvania. We have additional outpatient offices in Cherry Hill, Northfield, and Morristown, NJ. Seabrook House proudly accepts benefits from most insurance providers. Seabrook House has been helping families find the courage to recover from alcoholism, drug addiction and substance abuse since 1974.
The Trauma Disorders Program, led by Richard Loewenstein, MD, is an internationally recognized program for the treatment of individuals with trauma-related conditions, including dissociative disorders and other complex post-traumatic conditions. Our specialized, recovery-oriented care includes both inpatient and outpatient clinical services. The inpatient program utilizes an intensive multi-disciplinary treatment approach through individual therapy, milieu therapy, and process-oriented, experiential, and psycho-educational group therapies, and provides a structured and supportive environment, with a focus on safety and stabilization, so that patients can step down to other levels of care.
There are many addiction recovery programs available, but few that provide the highest level of medically supervised, patient-centered care. As Southern California’s leading addiction medicine center for more than 25 years, Hoag Chemical Dependency Recovery Center offers evidence-based integrated treatment programs that include:
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Father Martin’s Ashley is a private, non-profit chemical dependency and chronic pain treatment center located on a serene, 147-acre campus on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland-- a short drive from PA, NJ, DE, NY, Washington, D.C. and VA and close to BWI and Philadelphia International airports. We are private, Joint Commission-Accredited and have treated more than 40,000 people. We offer Primary, Relapse, Chronic Pain and Family programs and have tracks for men, women and young adults. We have full detox, round-the-clock medical services and comprehensive education and therapeutic modalities. Call (800) 799-4673 or visit website below.
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by Veis Djalali, PhD
This book describes the process of psychotherapy through the struggles of those who are in pain and adrift and require intervention. Through rich and often poignant narratives the book reflects and illuminates on the foibles of human condition. Case studies, treatment plans and analysis are offered to coincide and pertain with issues concerning developmental stages of life. What constitutes effectiveness in the therapist and therapeutic work is examined. This book serves best as a tool for training students of psychotherapy.
Available on Amazon in print form, eBook and audible.
by Stephanie Weiland Knarr, PhD, LCMFT
Relationship Repair for Couples is a fantastic new resource to help couples build a 5-star romantic relationship by teaching them how to solve typical relationship complaints at a Relationship Repair Counter™. This book inspires people to have a Customer Service Counter for your Significant Other™. It creatively utilizes a solution-focused metaphor to transfer positive skills people use every day in their business and consumer life right into their romantic relationship! When couples apply these simple principles, they are repairing a primary predictor for relationship failure because they turn defensiveness into a positive method for conflict resolution.
by Jon Frederickson
WINNER, FIRST PRIZE IN PSYCHIATRY, BMA MEDICAL BOOK AWARDS 2014
A thorough, accessible, and practical guide to doing effective therapy. The book synthesizes the key theories in this approach in a clear and straightforward manner. It is divided into three parts, and each part builds on the previous one with increasing complexity. Every chapter includes theory, practical interventions, and examples from real clinical sessions. The book covers a wide spectrum of clients with recent research on neuroscience interwoven throughout. Available at your favorite bookstore or Internet retailer.
by Peter Lehmann PhD, LCSW and Catherine Simmons, PhD
Traditionally, assessment and evaluation have focused on the negative aspects or deficits of a client's presentation. Yet strengths, health, and those things that are going "right" in a person's life are key protective factors in the prevention and treatment of many mental health problems. Thus, measuring strengths is an important component of a balanced assessment and evaluation process. This is the first compendium of more than 150 valid and reliable strengths-based assessment tools that clinicians, researchers, educators, and program evaluators can use to assess a wide array of positive attributes, including well-being, optimism, resilience, humor, aspirations, emotional intelligence, and much more.
by Courtney Armstrong
It’s a perennial challenge for therapists to be effective with clients (particularly when therapy gets stuck or stalled) and to avoid burnout and boredom. Drawing on basic neuroscience concepts and showing how they can be put into practice, this book delivers 10 practical, creative strategies that therapists can use with clients to positively engage their “emotional brain” and create new neural pathways that advance the healing process. Examples include enlivening the therapeutic alliance, eliciting exciting goals, clearing internal conflicts, invoking inspirational imagery, and using humor, music, and movement. In short, it’s a concise guide to shaking things up in therapy, for both therapist and client.
by Rick Johnson
Parents of struggling teens often feel confused and helpless, and as a result may disengage from therapy hoping that you will fix their teen. An Upward Spiral can help reengage these parents. It helps clarify for parents that troublesome teen behavior is not mysterious, but often the result of their teen being unprepared to handle the immense physical, emotional, and social changes that come with adolescence. A better understanding of adolescent development empowers parents to respond to their teen in a manner that supports increased maturity. Filled with parenting suggestions, An Upward Spiral is also useful for parent support groups.
by Martha Teater, MA, LMFT, LPC, LCAS
Overcoming Compassion Fatigue: A Practical Resilience Workbook offers a fresh and innovative approach to managing the unique stresses of this work. Full of practical tools, proven interventions, worksheets, and exercises, this CBT-oriented workbook has the power to transform both your work and your personal life.
by Linda Graham, MFT
Resilience allows us to navigate the twists and turns of life with skill and flexibility. Bouncing Back offers proven tools and exercises – at the intersection of mindfulness practice, psychotherapy and modern neuroscience – to strengthen clients’ capacities to handle everyday disappointments and extraordinary disasters, saving relationships, jobs, even lives.
by Lynn Grodzki
The bestselling “bible” for therapists in private practice is now fully revised after its original publication in 2000. Contains six new chapters, more depth and a wealth of fresh strategies. Lynn Grodzki shows therapists not just what to do, but also who to be in order to succeed. March 2015, pre-order now.
Whole Person Associates has been publishing therapist-friendly resources for over 30 years. Most of our books include reproducible worksheets and educational handouts for use with all of your clients to get them actively involved in the healing process. Our books cover a wide variety of mental health topics including Trauma, Anger & Aggression, Domestic Violence, Building Resiliency, Relationship Skills, Conflict Management, Grief, Teen Bullying, Teen Self-Esteem, Coping with Change, Coping with Anxiety, Essential Work Skills, Stress Management, Healthy Balance, and more. If you’re looking for fresh ideas and practical tools, check out our products on our web site.
Are you working with clients whose lives are affected by addiction? Your Brain on AA, the ebook that is being read in the US and nine foreign countries, is now available in print. This book presents a new way of thinking about addiction and recovery combining neuroscience, attachment theory, and the 12-step program approach, showing how these three separate worlds converge. It explores how the 12 steps may affect the brain and how the brain (particularly sub-cortical processes) and attachment schema may determine how people do or don’t participate in their own recovery.
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Dr. Stan Tatkin, author of Wired for Love and Love and War, presents PACT – a Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy. PACT, a fusion of attachment, arousal regulation, and neuroscience, is quickly gaining a reputation for effectively treating couples typically thought of as untreatable. PACT Level I and Level II training is available in Austin, Berkeley, Boulder, Los Angeles, and Seattle and features clinical video presentations, multimedia and didactic delivery, group discussion, case consultation, experiential exercises, and live case enactments. Workshops deepen knowledge of attachment, arousal regulation, neurobiological deficits, and therapeutic enactments. CE credits offered. More information, program dates, prices, and registration available at our website below.
Focusing, as developed by Eugene Gendlin, is a body-oriented process of self-awareness and emotional healing. Focusing has been linked in over 80 research studies with positive outcomes in therapy. With the Focusing Training Program with additional Healing Professionals content, you'll learn an experiential process for yourself which you can immediately bring into your work with clients. Our program consists of Four Levels, offered individually or as a package. Symposium Participants are offered a discounted package rate. For more information and to register, go to website below. Our workshops qualify for CEUs.
Focusing Resources - Processes for Deep Emotional Healing and Life Change
Practitioner Training for Anxiety & Depression
Offers clinicians Yoga practices supported by current research appropriate for the treatment room. No mat required! Learn directly from Amy Weintraub, the founder of LifeForce Yoga, and a faculty of yoga teachers and mental health professionals the yoga skills you need to help your client clear away the chronic tensions, constricting beliefs, and limiting emotions that may be keeping her from realizing her fullest potential and sustaining her optimum mental health. Offer your clients an alternative and/or adjunct treatment to medication, and provide them with skills for internal mood-regulation and self-care. The evidence-based LifeForce Yoga protocol is used in health care settings internationally. Amy Weintraub is the author of Yoga for Depression and Yoga Skills for Therapists (W.W. Norton), CEUs.
Mary Jo Barrett and other seasoned clinicians from the Center for Contextual Change offer trainings on a variety of topics that can be tailored to the specific needs of your staff and done on site. All of our trainings put a particular focus on the Collaborative Change Model, a 3 stage model proven to create real and meaningful change. Topics include DBT, PTSD, Compassion Fatigue, Complex Trauma and more. Our trainers are well versed in both in-patient and out-patient settings and with clinicians working in private practice. Committed to the importance of sharing knowledge with the therapeutic community, we offer a comprehensive curriculum of professional trainings and consultations for mental health clinicians and educators. For more information visit our website, www.centerforcontextualchange.org, or call (847) 676-4447, x336.
In a joint collaboration between the APA Education and Public Interest Government Relations Offices, PsycAdvocate training modules are designed to provide psychologists and psychology students/trainees with the skills to become effective public policy advocates at federal, state and local levels. The series includes an introduction to advocacy, a review of the structure/functions of the federal government, an overview of the legislative and regulatory processes, strategies for effectively informing and influencing policymakers, and an introduction to state and local advocacy and the value of political activities.
APA Members: $25 Nonmembers: $35
Founded/Directed by Pat Ogden, PhD
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® Institute’s three-tier Training Program in Affect Regulation, Attachment, and Trauma teaches effective and accessible somatic interventions for working with the legacy of both trauma and attachment disturbance. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® can be easily integrated into psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and EMDR-focused treatments. SP is a body-oriented talking therapy that draws from principles of interpersonal neurobiology and is informed by contemporary research on trauma, neuroscience, dissociation and attachment. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® Institute offers trainings throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Australia.
Online Therapy Institute is a training and consultancy organization designed for mental health practitioners, coaches and healers worldwide who have an interest in using technology to deliver services at a distance. We offer post-graduate Specialist Training Certificates in Online Therapy, Intuitive Studies, Avatar Identities, Online Supervision and Online Coaching all leading toward our Certified Cyber Facilitator credential. We also offer Certified Professional Coach and Certified Intuitive Practitioner credentials. Our courses are CE accredited for most mental health disciplines and we are a Board Certified Coach training provider through CCE. Through training, consultation and field placement, we can help you grow your practice to new levels with online and self-paced training that includes individualized support throughout!
Observe the complete process of Steve Andreas guiding an Iraq veteran in resolving PTSD flashbacks, nightmares, rages, grief, perfectionism, anxiety, hypervigilance, the internal critical voices that trigger many of these, and relationship issues, in four sessions totaling over 9 hours of streaming video with follow-up that you can watch at your own pace, with no time limit.
Watch free samples from this video program on YouTube: "A Demonstration of Effectively Resolving PTSD Symptoms."
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Couple Therapy Workshop for Psychotherapists
at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA
January 17-19, 2014
13 CEUs led by Gerald Smith, EdD, Licensed Psychologist, Dr.GeraldSmith.com. Dr. Smith completed all levels of training offered by Virginia Satir, MSW, at Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA. The most comprehensive level was for Smith and seven other psychotherapists in training with Satir each week for nine months. Subsequently, Satir invited Smith to do some of the family therapy training her schedule did not allow her to do. Smith wrote two books concerning relationships: Couple Therapy and Hidden Meanings. Visit www.esalen.org or call (813) 667-3000.
Learn what you didn't learn in graduate school! Enhance your clinical skills with practical methods to deal with PTSD and other trauma-related conditions. Our training enables you to: treat nightmares, flashbacks, emotional numbing, and dissociation; safely process traumatic memories without re-living; address chronic suicidal thinking; deal with self-mutilation; and stop command hallucinations. The course is four days (30 hours) of experiential and didactic sessions (lectures, case presentations, and video examples) and a week-long practicum in our clinic during which you follow a patient through his/her individual intensive trauma therapy. Located in West Virginia, an easy drive from Washington or Pittsburgh.
Learn MARI, get 20 CEs and cruise the Caribbean in January! The MARI (Mandala Assessment Research Instrument) is a whole-brained instrument based in the concept of wholeness, and is the most comprehensive psychological assessment that exists today. It is a Jungian-oriented instrument based on symbols, colors and developmental stages that literally reveals a remarkably accurate “picture” of the psyche. Accessing all four aspects of consciousness, MARI passes beneath the filters of the ego to reveal the true Self. MARI information spans the traditional and transpersonal perspectives and provides contact and ethics hours approved by APA, ACA, NBCC and NASW. Live and self-paced, online classes available.
Participate in a certification program based upon the world renowned Core Energetics Method. Mental health professionals will become certified in a comprehensive energy-renewing method that helps their patients:
Join this ongoing Professional Training in Core Energetics for weekends:Dec. 13-15, 2013, Jan. 31-Feb.2, March 28-30, May 2-4, & June 27-29, 2014 in Newport, RI. Continuing Education Credits available. For information visit the website, www.corevibrations.com, or call (401) 316-7041 to speak to Karyne personally.
The Philadelphia Child and Family Therapy Training Center, Inc. was created in the late 1990s to continue the training programs previously conducted at Philadelphia Child Guidance Center directed by Salvador Minuchin. Under the leadership of Dr. Marion Lindblad-Goldberg, the training center is known for its development of an updated clinical model, Ecosystemic Structural Family Therapy. The Center's traveling faculty conduct training in institutions nationally and abroad. The Center runs a three-year COAMFTE-accredited post-graduate program, a one-year Extern Program, and a three-week June Summer Practicum with live supervision with patients, AAMFT-Approved Supervision Mentoring Course and a Refresher Course, and correspondence courses. Visit the Center's website, www.philafamily.com.
Artfix is a 5 week online class for therapists who want to learn how to live, work + think like an artist ... and solve problems like a genius. Artfix is designed to put a powerful new tool in your toolkit — a 5-step creative process that you can use to find and teach life-altering solutions to your clients’ problems. Lisa Mitchell, MFT, ATR, is an artist who happens to be a therapist. Or maybe it’s the other way around. In her world, it doesn’t really matter — because she believes that art + therapy both rely on the same creative process: a process of finding unexpected solutions, shifting perceptions, and transforming ‘mistakes’ into masterpieces.www.innercanvas.com/artfix/
Provides a powerful range of clinical interventions for promoting profound therapeutic results. The acquisition of these highly effective methods will strengthen your professional expertise. Your training will consist of lectures, live demonstrations, and practice in small groups, which will reinforce your learning. Attend this training and you’ll gain the skills you need to immediately use Ericksonian Hypnosis and Brief Psychotherapy effectively. You want excellent training...this is excellent training. The American Hypnosis Training Academy has provided outstanding instruction for more than 32 years to more than 6,000 satisfied professionals.
Shamanic Energy Medicine transforms psychotherapy to take us beyond the mental-emotion level of healing – to the level of emotional and somatic expression and cognitive understanding and reorganization. Discover the power of Shamanic Energy Medicine to increase your ability to sense on the energetic level, gain greater understanding of your client’s issues, and add new intervention skills. Their Continuing Education approved programs integrates contemporary research perspectives on neuroscience, brain development and physics which supports energy medicine theory and practice. The world renowned Light Body School has taught many in the medical practices, including doctors, nurses, and therapists. Call toll free for more information: (877) 421-7053 or visit www.thefourwinds.com.
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MA, Marriage & Family Therapy
Intended for individuals with a strong commitment to the family therapy profession, our 60 credit master’s program provides extensive hands-on training, both in-house and at community sites. Students are required to complete 500 hours of supervised clinical practice with individuals, couples and families. The program’s new training and research facility includes a state-of-the-art Couple and Family Therapy Center equipped for live and digitally recorded supervision. The center has faculty and staff skilled in working with LGBTQ clients, issues of trauma, and the challenges of childhood and parenting. Also available is a dual degree in Marriage & Family Therapy (MFT) and Social Work (MSW). Located in the heart of New York State, application review begins January 15th.
Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
Become a psychologist, change lives. Prepare for therapy, assessment, research, and more. Focus on service and social justice. Learn from nationally renowned faculty in small classes. Attend class one or two days a week. Antioch University New England's practitioner-scholar Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) prepares reflective clinicians who undertake multiple roles in their careers. Our graduates approach their practices with disciplined inquiry and view their work as a socially responsible action. Accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA) for over 25 years*. (*For accreditation information contact: APA, 750 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242, (202) 336-5979.) This PsyD program offers rigorous academic challenge and thorough clinical training. Call (800) 552-8380 or visit www.antiochne.edu/cp.
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Counseling is one of the fastest-growing professions in mental health. Become a clinical mental health counselor through Antioch University New England’s practice-oriented, CACREP-accredited, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) program, and help people lead healthy and productive lives. At AUNE, you’ll develop your professional identity and build competency. Classroom and field experiences equip you for many specialties in the counseling field, such as substance abuse and addictions, working with community agencies, in-patient treatment, and college counseling. Apply what you’re learning through supervised field work that includes a one-semester practicum and three semesters of internships. Call (800) 552-8380 or visit www.antiochne.edu/ap/cmhc.
Masters in Counseling
The Master’s with a concentration in Counseling Psychology is designed to offer traditional courses and supervised internship experience required by state and national credentialing bodies. Offered as a hybrid program with on-ground and online courses, students meet coursework requirements for national certification by the NBCC and may be eligible to sit for the National Counselor’s Exam while in their final term. Whether enrolling full-time or part-time, students must plan on attending three weekends per year at either Union's headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio or at the Vermont Academic Center in Brattleboro. Located on the border of Massachusetts and New Hampshire in southern Vermont, the Center is within easy driving distance of most areas of New England and New York.
Marriage and Family Therapy, MA, PhD, and Certificate
Antioch University New England’s COAMFTE-accredited Marriage and Family Therapy MA and PhD programs are training the next generation of marriage and family therapists (MFT) in social-justice approaches to MFT practice, teaching, research, and supervision. At AUNE you will focus on understanding the diversity of people and families. Both the MA and PhD focus on experiential learning, providing students with hands-on training backed by in-depth study of models and theories. Develop clinical (MA and PhD) and supervisory (PhD) skills at AUNE's training clinic. AUNE’s MFT master’s program has been COAMFTE-accredited since 1993. The PhD program has been accredited since 2011. Call (800)-552-8380 or visit www.antiochne.edu/ap.
PhD in Pastoral Counseling
The Neumann University PhD in Pastoral Counseling combines spiritual perspectives with the research of clinical counseling and psychotherapy. The program provides master’s degree-level students with the opportunity to obtain clinical preparation toward state licensure. It is designed to equip scholars and practitioners for leadership in today’s diverse world of mental health challenges. All faith traditions are welcomed. The convenient weekend format (classes on Friday evenings and Saturdays) requires on-campus presence for five or six weekends each semester. Neumann University is located in Aston, Pennsylvania, just 25 minutes outside Philadelphia. For more information, call (610) 361-5208 or visit www.neumann.edu/PhD.
Doctor of Psychology
The Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) degree program with a concentration in clinical psychology follows the practitioner-scholar training model, with close attention to issues of social justice and diversity throughout the curriculum. The program utilizes a distributed learning model with classroom, online and blended courses, making it accessible to adults who need to balance career, family, and other responsibilities. Small cohorts of students attend courses every other weekend (the first year) and one weekend a month in years two through three. Students also attend week-long Academic Meetings in Brattleboro, VT in the fall and in Cincinnati, OH in the spring.
Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling
Bring your passion for dance and a desire to use those skills in counseling to Antioch University New England's Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling (DMT) program. Learn to integrate the mind, body, and spirit through verbal and non-verbal treatment approaches to wellness. Put your new skills and knowledge to work, in supervised practica and internships in clinical settings. Choose from three graduate-study options—MA, MEd, or Post-Master's certificate. AUNE also offers a path to the Alternate Route Drama Therapy credential from the National Association of Drama Therapy. The DMT program is accredited by the American Dance Therapy Association. Call (800) 552-8380 or visit www.antiochne.edu/ap/.
The Seton Hill University 60 credit graduate art therapy program is designed to develop compassionate scholar-practitioners. Art therapy classes are experiential and students make art in almost every class. They learn from their own art and the art of others about the power of art to transform feelings, thoughts and lives. Professional preparation is guided by standards established by the American Art Therapy Association (AATA). The program can be completed in as few as seven semesters, with most classes meeting in the evenings. Credentialed professionals in the fields of art therapy, counseling, psychology, and marriage and family therapy teach classes.
The Adler School of Professional Psychology is committed to training socially responsible graduates, who embrace diverse perspectives, empower others to address shared problems and foster the development of social equality, justice, and respect in global communities. We offer campus and online graduate degree options in areas such as Counseling Psychology, Art Therapy, Industrial/ Organizational Psychology, and Criminology. Students can expect: • Mission-driven curriculum designed to train socially responsible practitioners • Stimulating and academically challenging programs of study • High caliber faculty • A unique blend of theory and practice • Real-world skills developed through practicum and volunteer experiences with more than 800 community partners.
The MA in Psychology at Seattle University is based on the existential-phenomenological-therapeutic approach. We offer a broad foundation in psychology, philosophy, and psychopathology. Through engagement with the humanities in relation to psychotherapy and counseling, students come to appreciate the significance of therapeutic attitude and presence. Most fundamentally, we place a strong emphasis on the relational and ethical dimensions of psychotherapy. Our 72-credit program can be completed in two years. During the second year, students are required to take 18 credits of practicum in a community agency. Deadline for applications is January 15.
Masters in Counselling
The School of Counselling at Wesley Institute offers postgraduate courses that equip students with the knowledge and skills needed to enable them to work empathetically, effectively and appropriately with clients experiencing mental health issues, trauma and significant and challenging life experiences. Our Master of Counselling provides advanced training in counselling theory and practice, with an introduction to a range of counselling specialisations. The course integrates mental health and wellness/strength-based models within a Christian worldview, encouraging and equipping counsellors to work with the whole person. A nested Graduate Diploma of Counselling equips individuals whose profession calls for some mental health and wellness/strengths-based counselling.
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