Events

Welcome! Upcoming seminars are listed below

 

AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE DUE TO THE COVID 19 OUTBREAK, SEMINARS ARE CURRENTLY BEING OFFERED ON ZOOM ONLY.

*Disclaimer re Zoom:  We understand that using new technology is a challenge, and recognize that offering educational events through an online service such as Zoom presents a major change in the delivery of our seminars.  If the seminar is interrupted due to any technological issue on our end, we will either issue credit for a similar future seminar or refund the seminar fee.

We wish to make our attendees aware that while we acknowledge that it may present a challenge for some participants, IE-CAMFT is not responsible for any difficulty registrants may encounter getting online due to slow Internet speeds, high traffic, losing connectivity, downloading the application, etc.  As a CEU provider, we must abide by the guidelines of CAMFT as required by the BBS and, accordingly, cannot issue CEU credit if seminar registrants are not online for the full seminar time.  Thank you for your understanding. 


General Information:
Inland Empire CAMFT Chapter meetings are held on the fourth Friday of every month except for holiday conflicts, with the
exception of July when we hold a board retreat, and December when we have a holiday event. The meetings are held 8:30 a.m.
to 11:00 a.m.
, beginning with networking, refreshments, and member announcements (bring your fliers, pamphlets and business
cards!). Presentations begin at 9:00 a.m.
Each presentation normally offers 2 CEUs, which are free for IE-CAMFT Chapter
members
in attendance.

Special programs such as Law & Ethics, which provide 6 CEUs, are offered at a reduced rate for
members
.
Anyone can attend any of the seminars as a guest by paying the gu
est fee. The IE-CAMFT Board Meeting follows the
presentation and runs about an hour. All chapter members are welcome to attend.
                                                   

Meeting Location:

Loma Linda University

Dept. of Social Work & Social Ecology

1898 Business Center Drive

San Bernardino, CA 92408

MAP

Anyone is welcome to attend special events, like our annual Law & Ethics seminar, which offer 6 units.

We offer reduced rates for IE-CAMFT chapter members who register early.

Thanks for your interest!

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Upcoming events

    • 24 Jul 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Online
    Register

            

    Lisa Larson, LMFT

    THIS IS A ZOOM EVENT*

    "Brainspotting" is a powerful, brain-based trauma therapy that accesses the deepest regions of the brain where clients store their traumatic experiences and survival terror. This access to the limbic system and brainstem allows deep transformation to occur. It works by identifying, processing and releasing core neurophysiological sources of emotional and body pain, trauma, dissociation, terror, flashbacks, panic, and other challenging symptoms. Symptoms of unprocessed trauma, which include chronic anxiety, insomnia, and numbing, are notoriously difficult to eliminate through talk therapy. This is because the brain becomes overwhelmed and is unable to process verbal information about the traumatic events.

     "Brainspotting" was voted the most effective trauma treatment by the parents and survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre after a five-year study by the Sandy Hook Foundation comparing over 25 therapeutic modalities. The parents rated it first in its effectiveness in treating the traumatic loss of their young children. This presentation teaches participants to metrically measure the efficacy of each session with their clients so it is very clear if the client is benefiting from the treatment. It also will help the attendees stay abreast of the most recent brain-based breakthroughs in treating clients with PTSD. This presentation underscores principles of complete non-judgment and compassion for each and every client. It also encourages the therapist to follow the client, rather than lead.

     Presentation Outline:

     1.     What is a "Brainspot" and how is it able to rapidly calm the neurophysiology of the client?

    2.     What are the most common symptoms of clients with unresolved Trauma?

    3.     The scientific evidence of the efficacy of Brainspotting.

    4.     How Brainspotting was discovered by a top EMDR Trainer, Dr. David Grand.

    5.     Why Talk Therapy is ineffective in healing the survival terror held in the limbic system (flight or fight) and brain stem (numb/freeze) of our traumatized clients.

    6.     Outline of the steps involved in a Brainspotting session.

    7.      A live demonstration of Brainspotting.

    8.     Questions and answers

     Objectives:

    1. Understand the core components of Brainspotting including how to apply Brainspotting to Trauma, Dissociation, Anxiety, Performance Anxiety, Somatic Conditions, Addiction and Self Loathing.

     2. Learn the theories and practice of Brainspotting through a live demonstration.

     3. To clearly be able to explain why talk therapy is so effective for some conditions, but so notoriously ineffective for treating PTSD and unresolved trauma.

     4. Understand the neuroscience that allows Brainspotting to resolve long-standing trauma symptoms.

     5. List the core symptoms of undischarged trauma in the body.

     Bio:

    Lisa Larson has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for the past twenty years. In 2005, Lisa experienced a traumatic event that transformed the course of her life as well as her therapeutic orientation. Lisa and her teenage son both flatlined three weeks apart from anaphylactic shock. They had unrelated allergic reactions and although both fully recovered. Lisa was traumatized and developed a classic case of PTSD. No amount of talk therapy worked but after only two sessions of EMDR she was back to being herself.

     Lisa was inspired. She was trained by the founder of EMDR and trained with the creator of Brainspotting, Dr. David Grand. She immediately recognized the powerful neurophysiological healing access Brainspotting taps into as she saw her severely traumatized clients heal quickly and permanently. She learned that her years as a talk therapist were missing the most crucial piece required to heal those with trauma- the body and the primitive regions of the brain. Those with complex trauma and PTSD are enslaved by their own neurophysiology. True healing requires releasing the individual from the trapped body-brain memories that trigger chronic fight/ flight or numb/ freeze responses. 

    Lisa was determined to do something about the unnecessary suffering of the traumatized. She opened Pacific Counseling and Trauma Center in 2012 and became a Brainspotting Trainer to teach other therapists how to bring lasting relief to their traumatized clients. She is passionate about teaching Brainspotting so clinicians can offer their clients permanent freedom from the devastating impact of trauma.

    Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT is a CAMFT Approved CEU Provider Agency  Provider # 62278

    *Disclaimer re Zoom:  We understand that using new technology is a challenge, and recognize that offering educational events through an online service such as Zoom presents a major change in the delivery of our seminars.  If the seminar is interrupted due to any technological issue on our end, we will either issue credit for a similar future seminar or refund the seminar fee.

    We wish to make our attendees aware that while we acknowledge that it may present a challenge for some participants, IE-CAMFT is not responsible for any difficulty registrants may encounter getting online due to slow Internet speeds, high traffic, losing connectivity, downloading the application, etc.  As a CEU provider, we must abide by the guidelines of CAMFT as required by the BBS and, accordingly, cannot issue CEU credit if seminar registrants are not online for the full seminar time.  Thank you for your understanding.  

    CEU Hours: This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences

    Certificates: Electronic certificates will be sent by email upon participant’s completion of his or her electronic evaluation Certificates are sent out in batches generally within 48-72 hours, not immediately upon completion.

    Refund Policy:  If a participant is unable to attend and notifies IE-CAMFT 72 hours in advance of the training, seminar fee will be fully reimbursed.

    Grievance:  If any aspect of the training is not to the full satisfaction of any participant, please notify the coordinator, CEU committee chair, or another IE-CAMFT board member.  We hope to resolve any issue immediately on-site.  If not resolved, the full IE-CAMFT board will review and resolve the issue.

    IE-CAMFT wishes all participants to have an excellent learning experience.  Please notify the coordinator or other board member if you need special accommodations.  If possible, call Garry Raley at (951) 640-5899 in advance

    Presenter Non-Appearance Policy

    In the unlikely event that a scheduled presenter does not appear for a scheduled event, the following steps will be used to remediate inconvenience to attendees:

    An announcement will be made to inform everyone that CEU credits cannot be provided due to inability to meet CAMFT standards for advance notice, etc.

    The meeting will be held.  Attendees will be encouraged to participate for the purpose of professional development.

    If an attendee has paid for the seminar, s/he will receive either a full refund or credit for a future presentation.

    If the topic will be repeated at a later time, notice of the date and time will be provided to all interested parties.

    • 28 Aug 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM (PDT)
    • Online
    • 79
    Register

    Jamie R. Nelson, LMFT


    THIS IS A ZOOM EVENT*

    “Adulting,” otherwise known as emerging adulthood, is a term created by Millennials and shared with Gen Z, the transition through adulting has taken on a life of its own. As much as we wish we could focus on connection and growth, there are always bills, student loans, car maintenance, life accomplishment “check points,” and family expectations. Who decides what it means to be an adult? The elusive transition from child to adult is a learning curve like no other developmental stage, but how do we manage the journey from one to the other? How do we navigate the areas of life that feel like “I should know this”? Adult development encompasses self-awareness, social implications, financial responsibility, and future planning. Where is the instruction manual when everything is changing exponentially?

    In light of the second great recession, within the first 20 years of the 21st century we must prepare for the psychological impact facing young adults, both present and future. In this presentation we will identify the milestones of “Adulting,” Emerging Adulthood. We will highlight the unique social, cultural and financial challenges for the current population navigating adulting. We will explore the psychological impact endured on the journey of emerging adulthood. In addition, we will discuss key elements to help prepare children prior to adulting, steps to support a young adult through this process, and how to celebrate the individual experience.

    Clinical Goal: This presentation will provide awareness and insight about the experiences of the young adults seeking therapy. With a new perspective of the client’s experience, the clinician will be able to adjust therapeutic interventions as appropriate for Emerging Adulthood.

    Objectives:

    Participants:

    1.      Will be able to identify 5 milestones of Emerging Adulthood, “Adulting”
    2.      Will gain cultural, social and emotional awareness of trends impacting the current generation.
    3.      Will be able to identify primary psychological impact experienced during “Adulting.”
    4.     Will gain 3 methods to prepare and support a person through “Adulting.”


    Bio:

    Jamie R. Nelson is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. She is the Founder of Equilibrium Counseling Services, a group practice designed to support adolescents, teens, young adults and their families. Her area of specialty includes, ADHD, learning disabilities, self-injury, trauma, life transitions, and individuation. She has experience working in a variety of settings; school-based program, a community counseling center, assessments in adolescent psychiatry, and private practice. She regularly presents at local community colleges, high schools, middle schools and community outreach programs. Oh, and she is a Millennial…

    Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT is a CAMFT Approved CEU Provider Agency  Provider # 62278

    *Disclaimer re Zoom:  We understand that using new technology is a challenge, and recognize that offering educational events through an online service such as Zoom presents a major change in the delivery of our seminars.  If the seminar is interrupted due to any technological issue on our end, we will either issue credit for a similar future seminar or refund the seminar fee.

    We wish to make our attendees aware that while we acknowledge that it may present a challenge for some participants, IE-CAMFT is not responsible for any difficulty registrants may encounter getting online due to slow Internet speeds, high traffic, losing connectivity, downloading the application, etc.  As a CEU provider, we must abide by the guidelines of CAMFT as required by the BBS and, accordingly, cannot issue CEU credit if seminar registrants are not online for the full seminar time.  Thank you for your understanding.  

    CEU Hours: This course meets the qualifications for 2 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

    Certificates: Electronic certificates will be sent by email upon participant’s completion of his or her electronic evaluation Certificates are sent out in batches generally within 48-72 hours, not immediately upon completion.

    Refund Policy:  If a participant is unable to attend and notifies IE-CAMFT 72 hours in advance of the training, seminar fee will be fully reimbursed.

    Grievance:  If any aspect of the training is not to the full satisfaction of any participant, please notify the coordinator, CEU committee chair, or another IE-CAMFT board member.  We hope to resolve any issue immediately on-site.  If not resolved, the full IE-CAMFT board will review and resolve the issue.

    IE-CAMFT wishes all participants to have an excellent learning experience.  Please notify the coordinator or other board member if you need special accommodations.  If possible, call Garry Raley at (951) 640-5899 in advance

    Presenter Non-Appearance Policy

    In the unlikely event that a scheduled presenter does not appear for a scheduled event, the following steps will be used to remediate inconvenience to attendees:

    An announcement will be made to inform everyone that CEU credits cannot be provided due to inability to meet CAMFT standards for advance notice, etc.

    The meeting will be held.  Attendees will be encouraged to participate for the purpose of professional development.

    If an attendee has paid for the seminar, s/he will receive either a full refund or credit for a future presentation.

    If the topic will be repeated at a later time, notice of the date and time will be provided to all interested parties.

    • 25 Sep 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM (PDT)
    • Online
    Register


    Judy McGehee, LMFT & Sherry Shockey-Pope, LMFT

    THIS IS A ZOOM EVENT*

    Suicide rates continue to rise globally, and suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. As therapists, we know we should assess for suicidality, and we create a plan for treatment, but having a suicidal client in our office can elicit fear, worry, and anxiety. We understand the seriousness of the situation; however, there are many myths about suicide.  Therapists worry they are not knowledgeable enough; they are fearful of saying the wrong thing or worse yet, not asking the right questions. Therapists wonder what assessment to use; we ponder about our liability and where to send our client for more intensive services.

    Therapists often feel unprepared and unequipped to deal with the challenges of treating a suicidal client. Research shows that often that client ends up being passed from therapist to therapist without ever receiving optimal care or even the basics of the standard of care.

    This 6-unit CEU class will address those concerns and will satisfy the California State Requirement for Assembly Bill 1436.  

    When Judy and Sherry heard that there was a new requirement for suicide assessment and intervention, they wanted to create a class that they would sit through and learn usable, valuable information. They wanted to create a class that was chock full of information and would allow for participants to practice new skills. This class will not be boring, and when you leave, you will feel confident in your ability to know how to keep your clients safe. 

    Learning Objectives: By the end of this course participants will be able to:

    Discuss current research findings and statistical data for suicides in the United States.
    Name at least 3 high-risk groups based on current research
    Identify at least two global facts about suicide
    Describe two preventative factors to reduce suicide risk with clients
    Identify and apply at least one assessment tool for clients
    Create safety plans for clients who present with a high risk of suicide
    Understand and Identify the risk of suicide for school-based populations
    Identify the laws that govern this profession concerning suicide clients
    Develop knowledge and understanding of how suicide affects therapists
    Describe the cultural differences for suicide rates among populations

     

     Bio:

    Judy McGehee, LMFT, has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for the past twenty-five years. She began working with families in church settings, schools, and addiction treatment Centers. Judy loves working with clients and supervising associate therapists. She has a passion for teaching, and she has mentored over 500 interns/associates. Judy received her Master’s Degree from Phillips Graduate Institute. Judy has worked in many settings, including psychiatric hospitals, children’s centers, private practice, and schools. Currently, Judy is employed as a supervising therapist at Central Counseling Services.

    Sherry Shockey-Pope, LMFT, is an author and speaker with twenty years of experience as a therapist. She is Co-owner and Chief of Operations of Central Counseling services, a vibrant group practice. Sherry oversees the day-to-day operations, sees clients, and provides supervision for associates.

    Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT is a CAMFT Approved CEU Provider Agency  Provider # 62278

    *Disclaimer re Zoom:  We understand that using new technology is a challenge, and recognize that offering educational events through an online service such as Zoom presents a major change in the delivery of our seminars.  If the seminar is interrupted due to any technological issue on our end, we will either issue credit for a similar future seminar or refund the seminar fee.

    We wish to make our attendees aware that while we acknowledge that it may present a challenge for some participants, IE-CAMFT is not responsible for any difficulty registrants may encounter getting online due to slow Internet speeds, high traffic, losing connectivity, downloading the application, etc.  As a CEU provider, we must abide by the guidelines of CAMFT as required by the BBS and, accordingly, cannot issue CEU credit if seminar registrants are not online for the full seminar time.  Thank you for your understanding.  

    CEU Hours: This course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs licensed by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

    Certificates: Electronic certificates will be sent by email upon participant’s completion of his or her electronic evaluation Certificates are sent out in batches generally within 48-72 hours, not immediately upon completion.

    Refund Policy: Cancellations must be 14 days in advance of the seminar for 100% refund, 72 hours minimum for a 50% refund. Less than 72 hours cancellation will result in forfeiture of payment..

    Grievance:  If any aspect of the training is not to the full satisfaction of any participant, please notify the coordinator, CEU committee chair, or another IE-CAMFT board member.  We hope to resolve any issue immediately on-site.  If not resolved, the full IE-CAMFT board will review and resolve the issue.

    IE-CAMFT wishes all participants to have an excellent learning experience.  Please notify the coordinator or other board member if you need special accommodations.  If possible, call Garry Raley at (951) 640-5899 in advance

    Presenter Non-Appearance Policy

    In the unlikely event that a scheduled presenter does not appear for a scheduled event, the following steps will be used to remediate inconvenience to attendees:

    An announcement will be made to inform everyone that CEU credits cannot be provided due to inability to meet CAMFT standards for advance notice, etc.

    The meeting will be held.  Attendees will be encouraged to participate for the purpose of professional development.

    If an attendee has paid for the seminar, s/he will receive either a full refund or credit for a future presentation.

    If the topic will be repeated at a later time, notice of the date and time will be provided to all interested parties.

Past events

22 May 2020 Breaking Through Betrayal during COVID-19
24 Apr 2020 Grief in the Midst of COVID 19: What are we going to do to hold all of it? How are we going to take care of ourselves?
27 Mar 2020 An Introduction to the Havening Techniques: Better Living through Neuroscience
28 Feb 2020 L&E: Ethics in Documentation: Moving Forward in a Digital Age
24 Jan 2020 Understanding Current Trends in Modern Parenting and The Implications for Children and Families Seeking Therapy
15 Nov 2019 At the Intersection of Depth Psychology & Self Care: An Alternate New Lens on Motivational Interviewing
25 Oct 2019 EMDR: healing unprocessed memories that create disturbance and dysfunction
25 Oct 2019 Authors Gathering
27 Sep 2019 Decoding Teens
23 Aug 2019 Music Therapy: A Binaural Frontier, The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM)
21 Jun 2019 Mindful Choices for Well-Being
24 May 2019 CAMFT Update 2019: State of the Profession
26 Apr 2019 Deep TMS and Beyond
22 Mar 2019 How do I talk to my grieving client? The “stuff” to know, and the words not to use
22 Feb 2019 Law & Ethics: Tough calls, moral dilemmas, technology, and more
25 Jan 2019 A Twin’s Dialectic: Being Noticed or Being Known
16 Nov 2018 It’s All A Lie: Helping Couples Heal from Sexual Addiction and Betrayal Trauma
26 Oct 2018 Stepping Outside of the Box: Creative Play Therapy Interventions
28 Sep 2018 Working with Gender & Sexually Diverse Clients
24 Aug 2018 Power Down & Parent Up: Screen Dependence and Raising Tech-Healthy Children
22 Jun 2018 Video and Social Media Marketing for Mental Health Professionals
25 May 2018 Step (Carefully) Inside the Secret World of Hoarders
27 Apr 2018 Creative Therapy for Adolescents: Brain-Based Approaches that Enhance Emotional Regulation and Resilience
23 Mar 2018 His History, Her Story: A Survival Guide for Spouses of Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse and Trauma
23 Feb 2018 Key Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental Health Professionals: What Therapists Should Always Do, Never Do and/or Really Don’t Have to Do
26 Jan 2018 Illuminating Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH)
17 Nov 2017 Scents & Scents-Ability: Using Essential Oils in Clinical Practice
27 Oct 2017 Recovery from Religion: Recognizing and supporting individuals through crises of faith or religious transitions
22 Sep 2017 Couples Counseling: Using the Power and Intimacy Formula
25 Aug 2017 Effective Co-Parenting Strategies
23 Jun 2017 Creating Hope with Action - Talking about Suicide
26 May 2017 Taking the Fear out of Working with Eating Disorders, Part II
28 Apr 2017 The Neurobiology of Play Therapy: Child-Centered Play-Based Approaches that Enhance Sensory Integration and Emotional Regulation for the Developing Brain
24 Mar 2017 "I Want to Start a Private Practice but . . . . "
10 Feb 2017 "Shh, its Confidential”: Confidentiality of Mental Health Information Under California and HIPAA Laws
27 Jan 2017 “But she just had a baby!” The Myths and Lies of Motherhood
18 Nov 2016 What is life coaching anyway?
28 Oct 2016 Taking the FEAR out of Working with Eating Disorders
23 Sep 2016 Triaging Cyberbullying: Protection, Intervention, & Prevention
26 Aug 2016 Night Journeys: A Therapeutic Approach to Our Client’s Dreams
24 Jun 2016 Neurobiology and Treatment Considerations in Bipolar Disorder
27 May 2016 Emotional Transformation Therapy: The Blending of Art and Science
22 Apr 2016 Creating a Safe Space for LGBT Clients
25 Mar 2016 The BBS, Supervisees, and You: What You Need to Know About Changes to the Requirements
26 Feb 2016 Using the Language of the Law to “Salt & Pepper” Your Treatment Records (6 hours)
22 Jan 2016 Help Me, Help Her: A Presentation Supporting Providers Working With Survivors of Domestic Violence
20 Nov 2015 Dementia: What is it, What’s Normal Aging, and What Do We Do?
23 Oct 2015 COUPLES TOOLS: Moving Couples from STUCK to CONNECTED
25 Sep 2015 What's Love Got to Do With It? Understanding Sexual Addiction
28 Aug 2015 Child Abuse: What You Need to Know
26 Jun 2015 Problem Gambling is Not a Major Issue.... Wanna Bet?
22 May 2015 Resilience and Compassion Fatigue
24 Apr 2015 Sex Offenders: Advances and Challenges
27 Mar 2015 Worries, No More! The Design of a Little Helper
27 Feb 2015 Law & Ethics, Part V: Are You Ethical? You Sure?
30 Jan 2015 Short-term Effective Youth Trauma Treatment/CAMFT Update
14 Nov 2014 Healthcare Reform and Insurance: What EVERY Therapist Should Know
24 Oct 2014 Are We Getting it Right? Strategies for Working with Adoptive Children and Their Families
26 Sep 2014 Should CAMFT Endorse Single Payer Healthcare?
22 Aug 2014 When the Therapist Gets Triggered: the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM)
27 Jun 2014 Meeting the Emotional Needs of Children and Youth in Foster Care
23 May 2014 Vortex of Seduction: the Exploitation of our Youth
25 Apr 2014 From the Top: Legislative Update
28 Mar 2014 Making Friends with Technology: Utilizing the Internet Effectively
28 Feb 2014 WHAT DOES THE LAW EXPECT OF ME? PART I
24 Jan 2014 Step-Families: Performing an Assessment
25 Oct 2013 EMDR: A Therapy for the Age of the Short Attention Span
27 Sep 2013 Why TALK when you can PLAY in Therapy: Play Therapy Tools & Techniques
23 Aug 2013 Motivational Interviewing
28 Jun 2013 DSM V: In Sickness & Health, For Better or Worse?
24 May 2013 Culture or Personality? Issues with Culturally Diverse Couples
26 Apr 2013 From the Top: MFTs in 2013
22 Mar 2013 Family Systems Therapy: Brief and Effective Solutions for Kids and Teens
22 Feb 2013 Law & Ethics: What Does the Law Expect of Me? Part IV
25 Jan 2013 Applied Behavioral Analysis: Effective Interventions for a Variety of Disorders Amongst Children, Adults, Couples, and Families
26 Oct 2012 It Happens to Boys Too (sexual abuse, that is)
28 Sep 2012 Nutrition Making the Difference: Key Tools and Resources for the Therapist
24 Aug 2012 Equine Assisted Psychotherapy & Equine Assisted Learning
22 Jun 2012 Treatment-Resistant Teens: Options
25 May 2012 Mindfulness: What it is, Why it Works, and How to Use It
27 Apr 2012 “Take It From The Top” Yearly CAMFT Update Summary - 2012
23 Mar 2012 Collaborative Divorce: Peacemaking in a time of Transition
24 Feb 2012 What Does the Law Expect of Me? Part III
27 Jan 2012 The Stress Cycle: Physiological Links with "Psychological" Disorders
02 Dec 2011 Thriving in a Recession - With and Without Insurance
28 Oct 2011 Trauma and Dissociation: An Introduction to Trauma Conversion Therapy
23 Sep 2011 Mind Mapping and Photo Reading
26 Aug 2011 Surviving Psychosis: Providing the Best Care for Reality-Impaired Clients, Their Families, and Yourself
24 Jun 2011 Clinical Hypnotherapy: Definition, Format, and History
27 May 2011 Imago Couples Therapy, Part II: Keeping Your Cool in the Eye of the Storm
22 Apr 2011 IMAGO Relationship Therapy
25 Mar 2011 Law, Psychodrama and Family Therapy
25 Feb 2011 Law & Ethics 2011: What Does the Law Expect of Me, Part II
28 Jan 2011 CAMFT Update: Get it from the Top!
03 Dec 2010 MFT’s in Employee Assistance Programs
24 Sep 2010 Mixed Orientation Marriages: Assessment and Interventions
26 Feb 2010 Law & Ethics
20 Nov 2009 From the Frying Pan into the Jacuzzi: Gourmet Recipes for a Gourmet Relationship
28 Aug 2009 Hands on Interventions for Children and Families
27 Mar 2009 Victim Advocacy Services
23 Jan 2009 What Every Therapist Needs to Know about Marketing on the Internet
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