This is a Zoom Event
this workshop will expand your understanding of the process of healing
and introduce you to the clinical tools you need to help your clients
recover from the trauma of infidelity. The knowledge-base you will gain
from this workshop, as well as the clinical interventions you will
learn, about are based on extensive clinical work with couples dealing
It’s hard to believe we are
seven months into Covid-19. This season has changed much of our work as
clinicians. Covid-compliant businesses have become a normal way of
doing business. Masks are now necessary by both therapists and clients
in most counties. I wonder how you are managing your own choices with
this. Have you moved your practice to tele-health, or are you still
seeing clients in person with precautions? I myself moved to a hybrid,
depending on the comfortability of my staff. Each client has their
special requests to create that connection for the healing process to
Of course we have been dealing with so many difficult struggles during this time. As was discussed in Therapy Amidst Chaos,
the racial protests and difficulties are continuing. It breaks my heart
to see this remain an issue in this country, with so many of us
children of immigrants from all over the world. And yet this is very
real and needs to be addressed in all areas.
we have had so many fires across this state. People needing to leave
their homes in a hurry not knowing if they will find a home when they
come back. I realize that this is fire season, but it seems that
everyday you here of another fire and someone listing they are safe.
many different difficulties that we are dealing with all at once. Not
to mention globally because some of these problems are a global problem.
Healing is so necessary and mental health is needed more than ever. I
feel the stigma in many cultures has lessened. I can’t tell you how many
times I have heard, I have never been to therapy, how does this work.
That is a good sign to me that the admission of the need for help is a
great first step.
I want to thank Judy McGehee, LMFT and Sherry Shockey-Pope, LMFT for presenting Suicide Risk Assessment & Intervention on September 25th, 9-3:30 pm.
Their presentation was comprehensive, very informative, and we couldn’t
have asked for better resources to deal with this serious issue.
Our next presentation is Introduction to Systemic Affair Recovery (SART) presented by Dr. Talal H. Alsaleem on Friday, October 23, from 9:00am - 11:00am.
Look for our upcoming interview on Facebook live in the next week.
is not only here to offer you education, but also to allow us to
network among our peers. We invite you to come early to our event and
get to know who is joining you at this training.
are looking for volunteers and future board members. If you are
interested, please contact us as firstname.lastname@example.org. As a member of
this board for a number of years, I have found this to be an invaluable
experience, and we hope that you too would consider this as a positive
season in your life.
Thank you for continuing to support IE-CAMFT! We look forward to seeing you soon, and please share about our trainings.
Carol Rose Adkisson
Welcome New and Returning Members!
Cabellos, Jennifer Henshaw, Nicole Garcia, George Pitts, Arlene Todd,
Aileen Castellanos, Gazal Egari, Arleen Gutierrez, Adelina Hills, &
Thank you for renewing!
Braxton, Leann Gonzalez, Irma Gonzalez, Shelley Daub, Maria Luisa
Gamboa, Tiffany Knowlton, Tricia Kaiser, Simone Roberts, Regina (GINA)
Holmes, Magdalena Cantu-Romo, Keyvan Geula, Julie Estrella, Lauren
Guzman Johnson, Marie Bassil, Christa Wallis, & Patrick M. Poor
Garcia, Kimberly Lennon, Beverly Pascua, Monica Thirant, Jill Catlin,
Lizette Urdanez, Johnetta Threadgill-Powderill, Linda Bramel, Jennifer
Goodlow, Diana Medina, Janetta Peltz,, Myesha Dunn, Leticia Walton,
Kimm Moreno, Jose M. Flores,Robbie Thompson, Debra Valentine, Deanne
Edwards, Janice Browning, Mona Orton, Michelle Gasper, Sandi Duffield,
& Yvette Magana
At Our Last Meeting
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 is a Zoom event.