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August 2016

Making Sense of Sensory Processing Disorders – Cincinnati

August 25 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

6.0 CE
Sensory seekers and sensory avoiders puzzle the adults around them. Challenges with praxis and postural control complicate how children learn and develop new motor skills. During the morning session we will reframe some of the behaviors of children with sensory processing disorders. In the afternoon, participants will participate in group problem solving related to common sensory based concerns and explore tools to increase successful participation in the occupations of life.
Joan V. Dostal OTR/L brings 40 years of clinical experience…

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September 2016

Keeping Children Safe: Child Abuse and Neglect Curriculum Review Course – Cincinnati

September 2 @ 8:45 am - 12:00 pm

3.0 CE
The training includes techniques to give child-care providers the information they need to not only identify and understand child maltreatment, but to engage families regarding access to parent education, social connections, and concrete supports in their communities. Questions for discussion, ways to take action, and suggestions are all part of this experience.This curriculum has been designed to meet the training requirement for child abuse and neglect recognition and prevention as outlined in the Ohio Department of Job and Family…

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Supervision Training: Supervision Strategies and Tools – Cincinnati

September 2 @ 8:45 am - 12:00 pm

3.0 CE Supervision
This workshop will weave supervision strategies and resources through each section. This will allow supervisors, new to supervision or advanced, to feel more prepared to provide supervision to others.This workshop meets the Supervision requirement set by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board.
REBECCA NEAVILLE MA, LPCC-S received her Masters of Counseling in 1999 and began working as a therapist at Child Focus, Inc. in the Partial Hospitalization program. In 2002, she moved into the…

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Part I: An Introduction to DBT Group Skills – Hudson

September 9 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

6 CE
This full-day, highly interactive and experiential workshop is designed to introduce DBT group-work skills and specifically the four skills modules in DBT group skills training. The workshop is designed for individuals new to DBT group skills or for those seeking to hone their work in this area. Participants will learn the basic DBT skills used in group work, as well as how to structure a DBT group, orient clients to group work, and keep clients engaged in DBT group…

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EMDR Therapy and Mindfulness: An Open Course – Akron

September 9 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

6 CEs, OPA, CSWMFTB and EMDRIA
Attend this seminar and gain a deeper understanding of both Mindfulness and EMDR. Learn how and why the can be powerful tools for healing, and with whom and when it is suitable to use each. Experience various practices of Mindfulness, and leave with skills to teach Mindfulness to your clients. Increase your knowledge of how trauma affects the brain, and how Mindfulness and EMDR can improve patient outcomes. Clinicians not trained in EMDR: gain an…

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Brain Health Matters: Decreasing Risk Factors for Dementia – Cleveland

September 11 @ 9:00 am - 12:15 pm

3 CEU
Recent studies have reported decreasing prevalence rates for dementia and highlight lifestyle factors that can positively impact brain health. The incidence of dementia may be improved through population health efforts that target education and other lifestyle factors that can improve brain health and in turn decrease healthcare costs. Since the brain health field is emerging as an important area of overall health, providers have a unique opportunity to offer patients of all ages, practical health tips and tricks to…

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Sex Trafficking 101: What Mental Health Professionals Need To Know – Cleveland

September 13 @ 9:00 am - 12:15 pm

3.0 CE
Modern day slavery, also known as human sex trafficking, currently occurs at a rate that is 10 times greater than the trans-Atlantic slave trade in the 19th century. The International Labour Organization estimates 4.5 million people are sex trafficked globally, with over 3,000 reported U.S. cases in 2014. A 2010 study conducted by the Ohio Attorney General estimated that more than 1,000 Ohio minors become victims of sex trafficking annually. It is therefore essential that counseling students, professional counselors,…

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Changing The Narrative – Columbus

September 16 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

2 CEs
Healing Symbols,Narratives & Rituals. Do they affect our physiology? An entire group?Erik Goodwyn,MD. Director of psychotherapy training at U.of Louisville.
Event Time (beginning & end) Date: 7 PM – 9 PM Friday September 16, 2016
Venue Name: First Community Church South
Venue Address, City: 1320 Cambridge Blvd, Columbus, 43212
Venue Phone Number: 614.488.0681
Provider Name: C.G.Jung Assn. of Central Ohio
Providerer email/Phone: JungACO@JungCentralOhio.org

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A Dynamic Interdisciplinary Psychology – Columbus

September 17 @ 9:00 am - 1:15 pm

4CEs
Reconciling Science & Religion;Can Spiritual images be understood on a neurobiological level without dismissing their power and mystery? Erik D. Goodwyn, MD. Director of psychotherapy training at U.of Louisville.
Event Time (beginning & end) Date: 9 AM-1:15 Saturday Sept.17, 2016
Venue Name: First Community church,south
Venue Address, City: 1320 Cambridge Blvd,Columbus,OH
Venue Phone Number: 614.488.0681
Provider Name: C G Jung Assn of Central OH
Providerer email/Phone: 614.291.8050

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Managing Sleep Disorders in Chronic Medical Conditions – Columbus

September 20 @ 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm

3 CE
This workshop presents the most recent advances in research and clinical practice for the integration of behavioral sleep medicine in the interdisciplinary treatment of chronic illness. This program will give an overview of normal sleep, impact of chronic illness on sleep and modification of CBT-I and sleep therapies for individual with chronic illness and insomnia. In addition, individuals with medical disorders often have complaints of fatigue and this program will address how to modify treatment for sleep issues and…

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