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A Guide to Specialized Instruction in the Mental Health Field
Click on web addresses below for further information on each program.
Karyne Wilner's Core Energetics
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:
New Two-Year Professional Training in Core Energetics begins October 18, 2013 in Newport, RI. For more information visit the website below or call (401) 316-7041.
University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program (UMSHCP)
The University of Michigan Sexual Health Certificate Program (UMSHCP) provides comprehensive sexual health education and training for educators, health professionals, and mental health professionals. The 15-month certificate program utilizes the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) recommended standards of learning to prepare professionals in the areas of sexuality education, sexuality counseling, and sex therapy. Coursework blends distance learning with weekend minicourses held on the campus of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. Now enrolling for the July 2013 program start date. Continuing Education hours (CE) available. Visit website below or contact UMSHCP Director Sallie Foley at (734) 764-4074, email@example.com
Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy
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.www.stantatkin.com
Center for Contextual Change
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 Stage 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 below or call (847) 676-4447, x336.
Clinician's Corner Workshops
The APA Office of Continuing Education in Psychology offers monthly workshops, which are held at the APA building (Washington, DC) and webcast live. Each 3-hour workshop includes three CE credits and features experts in the field:
Don't Miss This Chance to Learn From Al Pesso
Al Pesso, widely considered a visionary pioneer and one of three living masters of body psychotherapy and the 2012 lifetime achievement award winner for the US Association for Body Psychotherapy. Learn the latest techniques of the most advanced therapeutic system available for emotional re-education, Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP), the ground-breaking body psychotherapy that he co-founded.
The following topics will be covered in the programs:
Level 1: June 30–July 6
Philadelphia Child & Family Therapy Training Center
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 below.
Art with Heart
Use Creativity to Reach Teens
Art with Heart’s CHILL & SPILL INTENSIVE TRAINING provides a roadmap for the Chill & Spill Program, a proven prevention and intervention tool that is based in cognitive behavioral, narrative and art therapies and fosters social and emotional learning through the therapeutic use of art. This 1.5-day course prepares participants to bring the C&S Program to their adolescent clients and includes lecture, demonstration, hands-on artistic activities in a variety of media, and group discussion.
October 21st & 22nd, Seattle, Washington
Practitioner Training for Anxiety & Depression
Offers clinicians Yogic practices supported by current research appropriate for the treatment room. Learn yoga skills (no mat required!) 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. Psychotherapists find they can offer 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. Two training levels & mentoring. Led by Amy Weintraub, MFA, ERYT500, author of Yoga for Depression and Yoga Skills for Therapists (W.W. Norton), and a faculty of yoga teachers and mental health professionals. CEU’s.
Intensive Trauma Therapy, Inc.
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.
Inner Canvas Art Retreats and Artfix: