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  • 02 Jan 2018 7:11 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    Happy New Year!!  Hope all of you were able to enjoy time with family and friends.  If not, now is the time to catch up on time with friends, family and adopted family.  Maybe learning to do something better could be more intriguing as a New Year's Resolution instead of the usual.

  • 06 Dec 2017 6:24 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    I just received as a present a ceramic cup listing "O Holy Night" and "Shepherds Flocked At The Sight".  It refers  not to a Bible verse but to the words of the song "Silent Night," which include "Shepherds Quaked At The Sight." But no Shepherds Flocked.  Does this mean shepherds cuddling together with the sheep?  Maybe.  It is listed as made in China, so perhaps the translation was lacking.  Well, here's  to flocking!!

    Merry Christmas!! Hope you IE-CAMFT members will join us for the Holiday Party on December 9th, Saturday at 6pm.


    Janetta Peltz
    IE-CAMFT President


  • 06 Nov 2017 6:02 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    IE-CAMFT First Annual Authors’ Gathering


    When: November 17th from 8:30 am – 12 pm

    Where: 1898 Business Center Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92408

    IE-CAMFT is proud to welcome both Authors and Program Providers to display information on their products, (books, CEU trainings, etc.).   We are excited to see the body of work our local clinicians are producing. You may want to consider adding to your library, and/or holiday shopping for others.

    Who will be there:

    Carol Adkisson: Written from the perspective of a patient and clinician, Recovering My Life – A personal bariatric story is a raw reflection of weight loss using bariatric surgery as a tool.  The book explores the emotional reasons for compulsive over eating and reveals the rarely shared truth from this writer’s perspective.

    The companion book, Recovering My Life – Your Story – guides the reader through the process of discovering how their relationship with food negatively affected every aspect of their life. The workbook/journal brings them face to face with how they used food to mask their emotional brokenness. 

    Relationship Café Presents:  Your Passion  ~  Your Vision  ~  Your Life

    Have you ever felt as though you are on autopilot, floating through life with no sense of direction?  Do you have a difficult time setting goals?  Or, do you feel as though you are not accomplishing the goals you have set and aren’t where you’d like to be in your life?  If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this class is for you.

    Join us for this 4-day class, where attendees will learn how to explore, plan, create, and live their passion.

    In this interactive, hands on class, attendees will:

    ·      Identify core values

    ·      Discover areas that are potentially blocking them from setting and/or reaching goals

    ·      Set manageable goals for 2018

    ·      Create a Vision Board, a visual representation of goals for the year, and

    ·      Develop a plan for reaching these goals.

    Stop by our table at the Books & Programs Fair at the November 17, 2017 IE-CAMFT meeting, or email us at info@relationshipcafe.org to find out how this class can benefit you and the clients you serve.

    Lisa Tobler will have on hand “The Essential Life”, 2nd edition, and several Doterra Essential oils and products (price range between $5 - $100) as well as is the featured speaker for the November IE-CAMFT seminar (2 CEU credits).

    Traci Lowenthal: I'll be offering information on an ebook I have written, for therapists new to working with LGBTQIA individuals. It is a book that I will have downloadable from my website. 

    I would also like to offer trainings to all types of businesses related to helping them become more LGBTQIA friendly in terms of their environment, skills, and web presence.

    Jill A. Johnson-Young, LCSW: ‘Your Path through Grief”, a full-year program of support and recovery from grief.

    Author of “Don’t Grieve Like That! How to grieve your way, from a rebellious widow due out 12/2017

    Sherry Shockey-Pope: Book: Therapist Practice in a Box.   Program: Let's Get Your Private Practice done! (12-week coaching)

    Sherry Shockey-Pope, LMFT is Founder of Therapist Practice in a Box design to help graduate students, newly-licensed practitioners, or anyone that wants to build a successful private practice the first time. She provides the support and coaching you need. Her attitude of “let’s get it done and stop talking about it” approach has helped many struggling clinicians. She is the cheering squad you need to build that successful practice. She is passionate about helping and teaching others how to build a private practice. Therapist Practice in a Box is the graduate school program on business practice building that you never had. Her website Therapistbox.com has many other helpful resources for clinicians.

    Lolita M. Domingue : Emotional Transformation Therapy is an interactive ecological psychotherapy originated by Steven R. Vazquez, Ph.D. in the 1990’s. It is a synthesis of attachment-based interpersonal therapy that is radically amplified by precise visual brain stimulation where the light enters the eyes and photosensitive cells convert light into neural impulses. Many of these impulses affect parts of the brain beyond the visual cortex to control thoughts, emotions, and physical symptoms. By selecting precise forms of visual brain stimulation, the neural impulses are directed to rapidly change the parts of the brain responsible for the client’s disturbance.

    Holli Kenley: Author, Speaker, & Workshop Presenter. Learn about Holli’s workshops, assemblies, and presentations!

    Author of several books: “Power Down & Parent Up:  Cyber Bullying, Screen Dependence & Raising Tech-Healthy Children”. How can we navigate a tech-driven world and raise tech-healthy children? Help is here! “Power Down & Parent Up” provides parents/guardians with effective strategies to integrate into their lives and their children’s. Real power comes in being informed!

     “Another Way- a novel” . This novel is for tweens and teens. And it is for parents, guardians, youth leaders & counselors – As our children confront at-risk social behaviors such as sex, drugs, and alcohol, would you like..

    A safe tool to have non-judgmental conversations about these issues?  A guide to help navigate the culture and challenges that your children face? A healing pathway for your children to begin again if they stumble and fall? Then, get ready to get empowered!  There is “Another Way”!

     “Breaking Through Betrayal: And Recovering the Peace Within” 2nd Edition

    Have you experienced rejection or abandonment? Has your trust been violated? Have your beliefs or truths been shattered? Are you feeling confused, worthless, and powerless?

     “Mountain Air: Relapsing and Finding the Way Back…One Breath at a Time

    In her memoir, Holli Kenley shares her personal narrative of emotional relapse and her powerful recovering journey.  “Mountain Air”…

    12-Step compatible.  Addresses recovery from any kind of relapse. Unlocks the shame within relapse. Provides healing and hope!

    Patrick Poor will provide more information regarding training for Trauma Conversion Therapy.

    Laurie Schoenberg: I am a recent graduate of the UC Davis Napa Infant Mental Health Fellow.  I wrote a small volume (which was just approved this month as copyrighted) called:  Parental Reflection: Build Relationship Affection

    Written in the voice of the baby to parents/caregivers and professionals of the significance of reflection and how this skill creates the greatest opportunity for emotionally healthy children.

    We hope you will join us for this event!

    For further information, please contact

    Ilse – Program Chair – at 909-945-9947 or ilse.aerts76@gmail.com

    Carol Adkisson – Member – at 909-693-3177.


  • 06 Nov 2017 2:37 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    Wow!  Thanksgiving will be this month already.  Hope all of you can come to the author and event presentation before Thanksgiving week.  We wish all the authors wonderful conversations and many books sold!!  Don't forget to attend the presentation on essential oils as well. 

    Just an idea for this Christmas season: make a list of those to whom you want to give gifts and in order to be more organized, list what you already have purchased first.  I'll need to sign off and take my own advice.

    Here's wishing you meaningful times loving your family, friends and adopted family (and not too much concern about whether your house is perfect).

    Janetta


  • 08 Sep 2017 1:50 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    For information about this month's meeting please contact Ilse Aerts at:
    ilseaerts76@gmail.com and/or facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1694209667491803/

  • 14 Aug 2017 12:30 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)
    IE-CAMFT First Annual Authors' Gathering

    To All: Authors/Program Providers

    IE-CAMFT November Meeting, November 17th from 8:30 am – 12 pm

    1898 Business Center Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92408

    We are proud to welcome both authors and program providers to display information on their product, (books, CEU training, etc.). Please be available to show and sign your books and products. We are excited to see the body of work our local clinicians are producing. You may want to consider adding to your library, and or holiday shopping for others.

    For further information and RSVP, please contact:

    Ilse – Program Chair – at 909-945-9947 or ilse.aerts76@gmail.com or Carol – Member – at 909-693-3177

  • 10 Aug 2017 4:30 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    I hope everyone is having a fun (and sometimes relaxing) summer.  If you haven't had enough relaxing, catch up soon.  We're already in August!  My kids just turned 21 and 18 so I should be an expert on adulting so!  We learn new things as we traipse along.

    Your Board met for the Board Retreat in July.  We were guests of Keyvan in her lovely home.  Individual shoulder massages were provided for everyone by Jennifer and Persian food was catered for lunch.  We worked on updating the bylaws, which will be going before you for a vote soon. Amanda led us in a drum circle (do you still call it a drum line?) before we headed for home.  Noticed Carol and Jeanne were especially energized.  Perhaps Amanda can show us more drumming soon...  We explored improving or creating what all of us in the chapter do for the year.  More to come!

  • 13 Jul 2017 12:16 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)
  • 11 Jul 2017 12:57 PM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    The 3000 club meeting is on Saturday the 29th of July from 6-8pm at The Brickwood Social Tavern in Riverside at 3653 Main Street, Riverside CA, 92501

    Come join us for Self-care Saturday! This is your chance to meet other interns in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Network and get information on upcoming events while having a nice beverage. Eat beforehand or bring your own food, we will be on site from 6pm to 8pm. Call or message Omar for more information: 951-394-2363.



  • 10 Jul 2017 10:47 AM | Carol A. Bouldin (Administrator)

    Hello everyone.  We are not having an IE-CAMFT meeting this month.  Hope you are having a relaxing and exciting summer!  Your Board will be meeting at the end of July to plan the year's events, and we are looking at some minor changes to the bylaws.   More CEUs to come in August.   Please let us know if you have any ideas about presenters. Ilse has worked hard to get outlines and info from the seminar presenters so we can provide you with CEUs every month.  Sherry has worked very hard to create the 3000 Club.  All pre-licensed therapists please attend the 3000 Club so we can support you.  Let any board member know if you have ideas for making our Inland Empire CAMFT able to serve you better.  See you in August!! 


    Janetta Peltz, IE-CAMFT President
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