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Alzheimer's and the Family

CE: 1.00
Speaker: Harvey Joanning, PhD

This presentation will walk participants through the stages of Alzheimer’s disease, describing changes in the person experiencing the disease; changes and needs of family members living with the person; and interventions and resources needed by the family during each stage. A brief overview of the disease process and interventions that may slow the progress of the disease will also be given. Suggestions for life style changes to prevent Alzheimer’s disease will be summarized.
$15.00
$25.00
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Alzheimer's Review: Coping with Losing a Loved One

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Terry D. Hargrave, PhD This webinar provides an overview of Alzheimer’s in the United States as well as effective treatment strategies to help families cope with the diagnosis, loss, and grief. Therapeutic methods of life review and life validation as well as reconciliation will be discussed and demonstrated through discussion and role-plays.
$25.00
$35.00
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An Advanced Look at Polyamory and Kink Lifestyles in Therapy

In this seminar, the presenter will describe a sexual ethics model and offer case studies that further explore the basic concepts. Beyond the basic language and creating a sex positive treatment approach, how can therapists really learn to offer competent treatment? The topics covered in this webinar are: boundaries, negotiating and renegotiating contracts both verbal and written, case studies, power dynamics, and kink/poly in relation to trauma. A unique case study in which a client used kink to treat their trauma and become more comfortable sexually will be discussed.
$15.00
$25.00
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An Overview of the PACT Couple Therapy Model

CE Credit: 1.5 Speaker: Margaret Martin

Join us for an overview of Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy (PACT). PACT combines attachment theory, neurobiology, and human arousal regulation to effectively help even the most challenging couples. PACT therapists support couples in developing a secure-functioning relationship. Learn the PACT principles of secure-functioning become familiar with some of the interventions specific to the PACT model.
$25.00
$35.00
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Applying Harm Reduction to Couple and Family Therapy

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Demetrius Marcoulides Harm reduction is a client-guided, practical, and flexible framework that therapists can apply to families dealing with drug use. This non-judgmental approach is an alternative to traditional AA/NA models and helps family members collaborate on goal setting while creating buy-in and engagement in therapeutic processes. This workshop will define harm reduction, apply it to MFT, and introduce techniques for practice.
$25.00
$35.00
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Approved Supervision Refresher Hybrid Course: July 19

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To maintain the highest quality systemic/relational supervisors in the field, AAMFT requires that Approved Supervisors take a refresher course prior to the renewal of their designation. This course is designed specifically to meet that requirement and to keep participants up to date on the practice of systemic/relational clinical supervision. This online course includes a 3-hour interactive face-to-face online session; and requirements of presentations, readings, contract checklist, and updating a contract. There are no tests or quizzes for this course. Please note that this is a course, not a workshop, and requires time to prepare before the interactive session. As such, we highly recommend that you register for your desired session at least one week in advance to the session date to ensure that you receive all information needed for the course and have time to prepare.
Registrants of this event must read the Inclusivity Statement before completing registration. Please read the Inclusivity Statement by clicking here.
 
Friday, July 19, 2024
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
$360.00
$460.00


Artificial Intelligence and the Future of MFT

Speaker(s): Aaron Cohn and Katherine Hertlein Artificial Intelligence is transforming every part of our profession, including process, training, research, and delivery. Understanding the reciprocal influence of A.I. and client systems requires a systemic lens. To help position MFTs as leaders in this technological revolution, our presentation provides both an overview of state-of-the-art computerized psychotherapy and an examination of how AI technologies already influence client systems.
$15.00
$25.00
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At home Series: Historical Trauma Theory

CE: 1.00
Speakers: Do Hee Kim and Jonathan Appel

Interpersonal and intergenerational neurobiology can illuminate the development of emotional health within a social and cultural context. In recent years, Historical Trauma Theory has proposed that populations historically subjected to long-term, mass trauma—(such as slavery, war, genocide, and other forms of social oppression) exhibit a higher prevalence of health issues even across several generations removed from the original trauma(s). Understanding how historical trauma might influence the current mental health status of racial/ethnic populations may provide new directions and insights for understanding, treating and preventing mental health issues. This presentation will examine the model of Historical Trauma Theory and the research support to date. This framework will be applied to Family Therapy practice as well as research implications.

**No handouts provided**
$15.00
$25.00
Available for Immediate Access

At Home Series: Person of the Therapist Model (POTT)

CE: 1.00

Speaker: Dr. Harry Aponte

Recorded from our 2020 At Home Series: All therapy is conducted through the medium of the relationship between client and therapist. There are three basic components of the therapeutic process: the relationship, the assessment, and the intervention. It is through the humanity of the therapist that the empathic connection is made with the client, that the therapist understands and intuits what is driving the pathology in the client and clients’ relationships, and that the therapist reaches the most wounded and vulnerable places in the client when intervening. But, what is this “humanity”? It is the life experiences, gender, culture, race/ethnicity, spirituality, etc. of the therapist but most especially the therapist’s own personal woundedness through which the therapist can relate to the client’s woundedness. We will present here on how therapists can more fully and effectively utilize all of their selves, taking their therapy to another level when working purposefully and professionally through their own person.
$15.00
$25.00
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Becoming Better Therapists: Intervention Science in MFT

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Ryan B. Seedall, PhD; Adrian J. Blow, PhD; Karen S. Wampler, PhD; Andrea K. Wittenborn, PhD; Guy S Diamond, PhD; Quintin Hunt, MS There is a substantial amount of high quality, clinically-relevant intervention science occurring within MFT. This workshop will highlight some of that great work that is being done and how it can enhance clinical effectiveness. Specifically, it will feature a panel of five MFT scholars who will summarize their intervention work while also identifying the many potential avenues for additional research.
$30.00
$40.00
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