6 CE Hours.This workshop is for professionals working with children, and their families, who are engaged in problematic sexual behaviors. Participants will learn what is meant by sexualized behaviors, their characteristics, the associated myths and assumptions, and the traumagenic dynamics if there has been children abuse. Attention will be given to assessing and understanding the goals of treatment, and the prerequisites for healing and recovery for these children. Useful tools and treatment exercises will be presented.
Paula V. Atwood is the…
6 CE Hours. Bullying is more than just one person harming another; it is a process of targeting a victim, it is a pattern of social power across peers and adults. We will discuss these dynamics in school, workplace, and cyberspace bullying. We will follow up this understanding with tips on how to help our clients prevent, reduce, and recover from bullying. At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to: At the conclusion of this workshop, participants…Find out more »
This Retreat is offered for psychologists and other mental health professionals interested in gaining skills and experience in meditation and mindfulness practices and in learning ways to utilize such practices in their clinical work. Extending over one and a half days, the Retreat consists of a series of mindfulness exercises, meditations, and discussions of clinical applications. Participants will leave with the following: 1) a conceptual understanding of mindfulness, personal experience with mindfulness practices, and a practical understanding of…
Wednesday – 3 CE
Thursday – 6.25 CE
Friday – 5.5 CE
The theme of this years 2015 Fall Ohio School Psychologists Association Conference is “Improving Interventions for students with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Problems”. The Conference will be held at the Columbus Polaris Hilton from November 4-6. This year’s fall conference will provide school psychologists and other educators with practical, research-based knowledge to improve both the academic and behavioral health of students.
The social emotional and behavioral health of our students is ever…
Introduction to basic concepts of modern medical hypnosis and their application in behavioral health. Topics include nature, depth, indications, contraindications, and applications of hypnosis.
Lecture, demonstration, supervised practice and group discussion of hypnotic induction, deepening and closing techniques, the development and delivery of therapeutic suggestions, use of hypnosis in special situations: place of safety, image rehearsal, ego strengthening, self hypnosis.
Linda Popp, LPCC – Fellow, NBCCH, Diplomate, AAMH, 13 years state psychiatric service, acute receiving and chronic, resocialization populations and 17…
3 Ethics CE Hours. In the era of evidence-based practice, working within one’s scope of practice and dealing with decisions about competence are essential ethical issues for mental health professionals. This workshop will also focus on recommendations for informed consent practices and documentation, including discussion of the limits of confidentiality. Changes in the rules for practice of the Ohio Board of Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapists and in the Ohio Board of Psychology rules will be reviewed.
In this course participants are introduced to and explore the diagnostic and therapeutic procedures used in identifying, accessing, and resolving unconscious conflicts underlying clinical symptomatology. An explanation of how and why Medical Hypnoanalysis works is prefaced by historical antecedents, theory of pathology formation and system specific hierarchy of survival. In this context, diagnostics (initial consultation, word association exercise, dream analysis) are explored and integrated as an initial step, problem identification in this brief, psychodynamic, directed form of psychotherapy.
6 CE Hours
This course is designed for healthcare providers/professionals who provide care and support for children and youth with differences of sex development and transgender/gender dysphoria.
-Henry Ng, MD is an internist-pediatrician and Clinical Director at MetroHealth System’s PRIDE Clinic in Cleveland.
-Barbara Neilson, MSW, RSW is a social worker at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children. She works with patients with ambiguous genitalia and gender re-assignment, and their families.
-Margarett Shnorhavorian, MD is a pediatric urologist and surgical director at Seattle…
3 CE Hours. Is your life as a clinical supervisor more hectic than stable? Clinical supervisors need focused time to bust out of stress and boost the inner self. Strengths-based practices will help you address your personal and professional stressors and fill up your short and long-term “storage.” At this workshop, you’ll learn how to how to avoid and climb out of the stress ditch and tap into the well of strength by discovering mindful practices such as breathwork, stretching,…Find out more »
6 CE Hours. Angry and frustrated with your client? Many professionals who have worked with individuals with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are. This disorder is often misunderstood and can wreak havoc on personal and professional relationships. The origins of this disorder are multifaceted. Some researchers have connected issues with maladaptive early attachment relationships. Others have pointed to a higher prevalence of trauma, in particular early, severe and chronic trauma among adult borderline patients. This interactive workshop is designed to help…Find out more »