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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Visual Journaling as a Therapeutic Intervention

Presented by Alexis Rae Burrow, LPCC-S

Wednesday, February 2nd 12:00pm-1:00pm
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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