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CLINICAL TOOLS RECORDED WEBINARS

Expressive Arts Through Telehealth Counseling
Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S, CEAT
1 CE


This training is an overview of specific expressive and creative art practices that have been adapted to a telehealth format.


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Expressive Arts with Fandom Characters Through Telehealth
Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S, CEAT
1 CE


We will establish a list with descriptions of how fandom characters can represent our personalities, traumas, choices, relationships, and/or inner dialogues. Participants will leave the session with a creative representation of their own internal struggles, inspiration to utilize new coping skills, as well as the ability to use fictional characters as a therapeutic intervention.


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Expressive Arts with Fandom Characters

Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S, CEAT

3 CEs

We will establish a list with descriptions of how fandom characters can represent our personalities, traumas, choices, relationships, and/or inner dialogues. Participants will leave the session with a creative representation of their own internal struggles, inspiration to utilize new coping skills, as well as the ability to use fictional characters as a therapeutic intervention. We will be specific exploring how this intervention could be used alongside Internal Family Systems.​

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Utilizing the Body, Breath and Mindfulness in Telehealth Counseling

Presented By Abbey Carter Logan, LPCC-S

1 CE

Are you sick of staring at the screen with your clients and burning out your eyes and spirit? This training will cover some creative ways to soothe your clients anxiety, depression and other mental and emotional concerns via telehealth counseling. Experiential techniques will be taught and practiced to offer you some respite from the chair and challenges of providing counseling over a screen. Take the hour to move, breath and relax with me while learning ways to provide these creative techniques to enhance your clinical work on the screen.

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Integrating Intersectionality into Your Professional Practice: A Three Part Series

Presented by Bowen Marshall, LPC
1 CE Each- All Meet Ethics Requirements

Introduction to Intersectionality (Part One): In this webinar, participants will review and discuss the history and creation of the concept of intersectionality, the role it plays in mental health care, and the ways in which they can understand their own identities through an intersectional lens.

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Applying Intersectionality to Clinical Work (Part Two): In this webinar, participants will discuss the ways in which intersectionality can allow them to better understand their client's world views and experiences. Participants will use case studies to examine and better understand the role that an intersectional approach can be used to build a stronger therapeutic alliance with a client.

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Applying Intersectionality to Your Organization (Part Three): In this session, participants will take a critical look at organizations and the ways in which they allow for or suppress the expression of intersectionality. Participants will be able to assess their own places of work relative to their openness and advancement of diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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ACT 101: An Introduction to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Presented by Jacqui Hoke, LPC
3 CEs

Have you ever felt tired as a clinician of battling people's negative thoughts and feelings? Or felt like you're not sure what you're doing is working? This 3 hour intro to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy will give some insight into how this process-based therapy takes a different approach to helping clients by not trying to change them, but rather helping them to get back in touch with their own agency through acceptance, mindfulness and a greater focus on what makes their life meaningful. We'll cover the basics of ACT, including the six core processes and how they move clients from an inflexible orientation to life to a more psychologically flexible one. We'll also get experiential and learn some helpful interventions that can get you started in increasing your and your clients' openness, awareness, and engagement in your lives.

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Visual Journaling as a Therapeutic Intervention

Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S, CEAT
1 CE

Visual Journaling is a creative exploration of the internal world. It is a way to record one’s unique inner worlds as they can be experienced in colors, shapes or images. Visual Journaling allows one to create what cannot be described in words and access different areas of the brain to process one’s own struggles. The act of visual journaling allows us as practitioners to see how an individual internally experiences emotions. In this seminar we will discuss setting up a visual journal using basic materials. We will explore the roots of visual journaling and how it came into our therapeutic world. We will discuss how to approach specific journaling activities in ways that empower clients to express their internal world rather than feel pressured to create art. This is an interactive seminar where participants will participate in their own visual journal entry in order to conceptualize how to utilize visual journaling in their own practice.

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Gender Affirming Letter Writing: A Destigmatizing Approach

Presented by Julie Hazel, LPCC
1 CE- Meets Ethics Requirements

This training will provide education around writing letter referrals for the purpose of gender affirming surgeries. This training is for clinicians who provide this service and assess clients for surgical readiness and gender dysphoria. This training aims to familiarize clinicians with WPATH standards of care, letter writing techniques, and rapport building with clients. This training also aims to take a destigmatizing approach to assessment and overall deconstruct the “gatekeeper” role of the clinician.

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Low Libido or Desire Discrepancy

Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S and Heather Sexton, LPC
2 CEs

Low libido is one of the biggest concerns cisgender women bring to health-care providers in and outside of the therapy room. Often, evidence shows, cis women who struggle with low libido don't reveal their struggle unless directly asked. Much of the research on this topic is lacking in gender diversity and other cultural implications. Another problem is, very few clinicians have any training on how to recognize and especially treat low libido. This training will equip therapists with ways to identify this common sexual concern. You will leave this training being able to assess and intervene with evidence-based interventions for this common sexual issue.

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Attachment Theory 101: Securing the Basics

Presented by Alex Henn, LPCC
1 CE

This presentation introduces attendees to the history, science, and application of attachment theory for their therapy practice. The main objectives are to learn the origins of attachment theory, the language and science of attachment theory and to obtain tools on how to use attachment theory therapeutically with adults.

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Emotional Freedom Technique

Presented by April Cunningham, LPCC-S
1.25 CEs

Emotional freedom technique (EFT) is a self-help somatic technique used to decrease emotional distress. Often referred to as "tapping", EFT combines specifically worded affirmations with tapping on acupressure points, as well as bilateral stimulation, breathing, and visualization to reduce limbic system arousal while visualizing targeted issue. Research demonstrates significant long term efficacy when working with many mental and physical health issues, including depression, anxiety, trauma, insomnia, phobias,"limiting beliefs", and many more.

 

This training seeks to give a basic understanding of the history, underlying principles, protocols, and efficacy of EFT tapping. The training will provide an understanding of the basic physiological processes that lead to change, and will provide a basic overview of the practical application of tapping with clients. Much time is spent on decolonizing EFT to connect and honor its roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture

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