ONE HOUR LIVE TRAININGS

Rest: An Essential for Self Care and Clinical Practice

Presented by Abbey Carter Logan, LPCC-S

Wednesday, August 4th 12:00pm-1:00pm
1 CE

As we continue to move through a global pandemic and social justice movements, rest has become even more essential for the therapists who have been on the front lines since day one. Just living in the world today activates that stress response, especially if you are a member of marginalized communities. Research shows that rest makes us more productive, but what if rest was about living a more fulfilling life? This webinar will explore the different types of rest and how we can implement them into our clinical and well-being practices now.

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Working with LGBTQ+ Children and Families

Presented by Kel Hall, LSW

Wednesday, September1st 12:00pm-1:00pm
1 CE- Meets Ethics Requirements

This webinar is set to educate mental health providers of the challenges and joys when working with LGBTQ+ children and their families. During this hour, we will discuss the considerations required to address coming out, finding an identity, exploring safe places and parental responses. By the end of the training, mental health providers should be better prepared to work with LGBTQ+ children and their supportive or resistant families.

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Asexuality 101: The Basics of the Ace Community

Presented by Timothy R. Bussey, Ph.D.

Wednesday, October 6th 12:00pm-1:00pm
1 CE

In this webinar, attendees will learn about the fundamentals of the asexual (“ace”) community. More specifically, this session will begin with a review of basic terminology in the ace community, including identities under the broader umbrella term of “asexual.” The session will continue with a review of common misconceptions that allosexual (i.e. non-ace) people have about the asexual community, and information to clarify these misconceptions will also be shared. And finally, the session will conclude with an interactive question and answer session, where attendees can learn more about topics related to both asexuality and ace inclusion

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A Therapist’s 101: HIV/AIDs

Presented by Elijah Johnson, LISW

Wednesday, December 1st 12:00pm-1:00pm
1 CE- Meets Ethics Requirements

This webinar will provide an introduction to HIV/AIDs, and how to support, empower and offer resources to those diagnosed with HIV/AIDs. It will present specific information surrounding: vocabulary, what to expect upon diagnosis, treatment, prevention, stigma, the legal landscape at this time, and resources for clients. This webinar is presented In honor of World AIDS Day.

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