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October 13, 2014

Developmental Approach to Parenting Interventions: Early Childhood – Columbus

Instructor: Kimberly Blair, MA, LPCC-S (http://www.mopsohio.com/trainer-bios.html)
CE/Us: 4 for Ohio Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists
Course Description: This four hour training is designed to aid in how to successfully work with adults in order to improve their parenting skills. Additionally, it will aid professionals in considering the process of normal early child development (birth-12 years old) and gaining knowledge to assist clients in adapting parenting skills to children as they progress through various developmental milestones. Through the use of instruction, practical activities, and collaborative discussion, participants will gain an understanding of normal child development, understanding parenting interventions and appropriate parenting skills for early childhood developmental levels.
Increase knowledge of parenting challenges and gain insight
Increase knowledge on parenting interventions and gain tools to help assist clients with improving their parenting skills
Objectives: Gain basic understanding of early child development in the social, emotional, intellectual and physical context. Understand basic early childhood parenting skills and apply interventions to clincial practice
Workshop Outline:
Early Childhood Developmental Levels
Parenting Skills, Considerations, Interventions
Provider Challenges working with Parents
Reasons for Parenting Struggles
Parenting Styles
What is Parent Training?: Why is parent training important? Why might someone need parent training? Who are the referral sources for parent training?
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Interventions: Observation, Positive Parenting, Positive Reinforcement, Praise, Instruction, Time-Outs, Planned Ignoring, Natural and Logical Consequences, Use of behavioral data for the parent and for the child, Being a Consistent Parent, Success Factors of Parent Training
Participants: Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists, and other trained others in the Mental Health Field
Level: Introductory
To register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developmental-approach-to-parenting-interventions-early-childhood-registration-12096070673
Last day of registration: Friday, October 10, 2014

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Start: October 13, 2014 9:00 am
End: October 13, 2014 1:00 pm
Venue: Mid-Ohio Psychological Services
Phone: 614-751-0042
Address:
2238 South Hamilton Rd Suite 200, Columbus, OH, 43232, United States
Cost: 40

October 11, 2014

The Soul As Transformative Process – Columbus

3 CE
Richard J. Sweeney, PhD Jungian psychoanalyst and LPCC in private practice. Jung’s theory of soul finds additional support today from new science, modern psychoanalytic theory and studies of mysticism. We will explore transformative dynamics of the soul as they manifest in our individual and relational experiences, as well as in nature itself. Please see website for more details or to register. 3 MCEs

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Start: October 11, 2014 9:30 am
End: October 11, 2014 12:30 pm
Venue: First Community Church, South
Phone: 614.488.0681
Address:
1320 Cambridge Blvd, Columbus, OH, 43212, United States

The Soul As Transformative Process – Columbus

3 CE
Richard J. Sweeney, PhD Jungian psychoanalyst and LPCC in private practice. Jung’s theory of soul finds additional support today from new science, modern psychoanalytic theory and studies of mysticism. We will explore transformative dynamics of the soul as they manifest in our individual and relational experiences, as well as in nature itself. Please see website for more details or to register. 3 MCEs

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Start: October 11, 2014 9:30 am
End: October 11, 2014 12:30 pm
Venue: First Community Church, South
Phone: 614.488.0681
Address:
1320 Cambridge Blvd, Columbus, OH, 43212, United States

October 10, 2014

The Soul As Transformative Process – Columbus

Richard J. Sweeney, PhD Jungian psychoanalyst and LPCC in private practice. Friday Lecture provides an intro to the view of soul as transformative process and to the role of attachment and detachment in transformation. 2 MCEs–

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Start: October 10, 2014 7:00 pm
End: October 10, 2014 9:00 pm
Venue: First Community Church, South
Phone: 614.488.0681
Address:
1320 Cambridge Blvd., Columbus, OH, 43212, United States

Ethics in Forensic Psychology and Clinical Settings – Cleveland

Contact: Deanna DePenti, ddepenti@jcu.edu

October 10, 2014
12:00 – 4:00 PM

Registration deadline, October 8, 2014.

John Carroll University
University Hts., OH 44118

Cost: $100

CEUs: 4 (count for ethics)

John Carroll University
Approved Provider #340714681
This workshop explores ethical conflicts that psychologists encounter when working as either clinical or forensic practitioners. Topics to be discussed include: one’s competence to practice, confidentiality and duty to warn, roles of the expert, responding to subpoenas, release of test data, and ultimate opinion testimony. Emphasis is on reducing the likelihood of ethics complaints and malpractice actions.

Biography
James R. Eisenberg, PhD, ABPP, is board certified in forensic psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Psychology. In 2012 he retired from Lake Erie College where he taught for 35 years, served as Associate Dean for Social Science, Professor of Psychology, and Director of the Criminal Justice Program. Dr. Eisenberg has been working as a forensic psychologist since 1979. He has evaluated well over 5000 criminal defendants including over 200 facing the death penalty. He worked on the TJ Lane Chardon Shooting case, the Craig’s List killing case, and a number of other well-known cases in the area. He is the author of Law, Psychology and Death Penalty Litigaton (Professional Resource Press, 2004).

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Start: October 10, 2014 12:00 pm
End: October 10, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: John Carroll Unviersity
Phone: 216-397-4245
Address:
1 John Carroll Boulevard, University Heights, OH, 44118, United States
Cost: 100.00

Summa Psychiatry Grand Rounds – Building a Truly Comprensive Healthcare System: The Role of Behavioral Health – Akron

Presenters: Robin Henderson, Psy.D. and Benjamin Miller, Psy.D. After this presentation, attendees will be able to describe three ways fragmentation has spread in healthcare, discuss three models of integrating behavioral health, and list three ways they could better address behavioral health in their setting. The Summa Health System designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. No fee, but advanced registration is required. Please email Stephanie Zess at zess@summahealth.org and specify what type of CE credit, if any, you will need.(Physician, Psychologist, Social Work, Counselor or Nursing.

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Start: October 10, 2014 8:30 am
End: October 10, 2014 10:45 am
Venue: Raymond Firestone Auditorium, Professional Center South, Akron City Hospital
Phone: 330-379-8199
Address:
55 Arch Street, Akron, OH, 44304, United States
Cost: Free

October 8, 2014

Bullying: Prevention, Intervention, and Recovery – Cleveland

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: –Define bullying, including the 4 elements that guide us in knowing which situations are the most socially and emotionally harmful; –Explain at least 4 of the possible roles in a bullying situation and attributes and problem behaviors in each role; –Identify 4 strategies for preventing and responding to bullies.
Instructor: Jim Foley, MSW, LISW, has been providing psychotherapy and mental health assessment for over 25 years, in Boston, Syracuse, and Ohio, working with children and families challenged by ADHD, school/learning problems, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, and relationship/social problems. He has served clients in agencies, homes, and in schools at every level from pre-K to college. He teaches psychology courses at the College of Wooster, and writes material for psychology textbooks for Macmillan Publishing. He is now the Director of Community Education, Prevention, and Consultation at The Counseling Center of Wayne and Holmes Counties. He is also a psychotherapist with Summit Therapy Center.
Registration Deadline: Thursday, October 2, 2014.

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Start: October 8, 2014 8:45 am
End: October 8, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: Cleveland State U. Julka Hall
Phone: (216) 687-3867
Address:
E. 24th Street & Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH, 44115, United States
Cost: $135

October 7, 2014

SAB Series: An Introduction to Sexual Pathology, Part II – Columbus

Instructor: Bradley Hedges, Ph.D. (http://www.mopsohio.com/trainer-bios.html)

CE/CEU’s: 6

Program Description: Sexual Abuse affects a large percentage of the clients seen in the Community Mental Health system, with sexual offenders comprising approximately two percent of all people in the general community and represents a much higher number of people who present to outpatient mental health clinics. Understanding where sexually aggressive behavior comes from and understanding what to do about it is important for all mental health practitioners. This two day training provides the groundwork for understanding sexual pathology and introduces intervention strategies.

Goals: Gain a general understanding of intervention strategies, including supervision and treatment options. Appreciate the ethical concepts involved in assessment, intervention and treatment. Understand cultural implications and considerations.

Objectives: Participants will name the 4 phases of treatment and will identify the corresponding clinical tasks associated with each phase of treatment. Explain the difference between clinical and actuarial assessment. Discuss and evaluate the role of environmental control as a component of treatment/intervention. Using a case study identify criminogenic needs and cultural factors and discuss their influence on the decision to reunify.

Workshop Outline: Day 2 – Practical – Working the phases of intervention
Disclosure/initiation
Assessment
Intervention
Case closure/reunification

Participants: Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists

Prerequisites: Anyone registering for this training MUST also register and attend SAB Series: Understanding Sexual Pathology, Part I.

To register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sab-series-an-introduction-to-sexual-pathology-part-ii-registration-12023860691

Last day of registration: Friday, October 3,2014

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Start: October 7, 2014 9:00 am
End: October 7, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: Mid-Ohio Psychological Services
Phone: 614-751-0042
Address:
2238 South Hamilton Rd Suite 200, Columbus, OH, 43232, United States
Cost: 60

October 6, 2014

SAB Series: An Introduction to Sexual Pathology Part 1 – Columbus

Instructor: Bradley Hedges, Ph.D.(http://www.mopsohio.com/trainer-bios.html)

CE/CEU’s: 6

Program Description:

Sexual Abuse affects a large percentage of the clients seen in the Community Mental Health system, with sexual offenders comprising approximately two percent of all people in the general community and represents a much higher number of people who present to outpatient mental health clinics. Understanding where sexually aggressive behavior comes from and understanding what to do about it is important for all mental health practitioners. This two day training provides the groundwork for understanding sexual pathology and introduces intervention strategies.

Goals:

Recognize the difference between normal and abnormal sexual behavior
Increase understanding of sexually abusive behavior and the various factors that contribute to it.

Objectives:

Participants will be able to verbally define “abnormal” sexual behavior from a legal, social, mental health, personal and statistical perspective.
Participants will differentiate normal sexual behavior from abnormal sexual behavior.
Participants will successfully explain the various dynamics that drive sexually abusive behavior.
When presented with case studies, participants will be able to
1) Apply the concept of culpability

2) Categorize sexual behavior as normative, of concern, or abusive

3) Determine the range of sexual behavior

Participants will accurately explain the etiology of sexual abuse and apply it to case examples
Participants will be able to explain the origins of SORN and its’, discuss the risks and benefits associated with the process of classification and correctly identify criteria associated with registration determination.

Workshop Outline:

Day 1 – Theoretical

Normal vs. abnormal sexuality
Developmental sexuality
Why do they do it?
Understanding the legal implications

Participants: Counselors, Social Workers, Psychologists

Prerequisites: In order to register for this training, participants MUST also register for Introduction to Sexual Pathology, Part II.

To register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-community-mental-health-registration-11902997185

Last day of registration: Friday, October 3, 2014

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Start: October 6, 2014 9:00 am
End: October 6, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc
Phone: 614-751-0042
Address:
2238 South Hamilton Rd Suite 200, Columbus, OH, 43232, United States
Cost: 60

October 3, 2014

Psychiatry Grand Rounds – Toledo

CE’s – 1 Not ethics
No registration needed
Psychiatry Grand Rounds
Aaron Cromly, M.A., PCC-S
Professional Clinical Counselor
The Cullen Center
Aaron Cromly has been a licensed Counselor since 2005. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 2002 and his Master’s in Community Counseling from the University of Toledo in 2004. While working on his Master’s degree, Aaron was an assistant to a psychologist administering and interpreting psychological assessments. Aaron’s work at The Cullen Center includes individual and family counseling using evidence-based trauma-focused therapies for children. He is passionate about children’s healthy development of emotional and behavioral well-being and collaborates with the families he works with regarding treatment options. In 2009, Aaron was awarded the Counselor of the Year by the Ohio Counselor Association

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Start: October 3, 2014 12:00 pm
End: October 3, 2014 1:00 pm
Venue: University of Toledo
Phone: 419-383-5495
Address:
3000 Arlington, Toledo, OH, 43614, United States
Cost: 10.00