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Reaching Families Through In-Home Therapy

CE: 1.5
Speaker: Elizabeth Ogorek

In-home therapy is a natural setting for marriage and family therapists hoping to work with children and families. This presentation will provide an inside look at the implementation of family therapy in the in-home setting through the lens of the approach taken by the Thornwell Building Families Program. The conversation will address the unique nature of the therapeutic relationship developed through in-home work as well as how to transition in-person activities to a telehealth setting. The presentation will explore the benefits of inter-agency collaboration and its benefits for clients and the practitioners themselves.

**No handouts were provided
$25.00
$35.00

Responding to Disaster and Trauma

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Tai J Mendenhall, PhD This workshop will highlight how MFTs and other mental health professionals work collaboratively with medical providers in disaster/trauma-response teams. The nature and conduct of this work will be described, along with common ethical challenges associated with inter-professional and interpersonal boundaries. Examples from fieldwork across small-scale and large-scale incidents will be discussed.
$30.00
$40.00

Rethinking Sex Addiction

Speaker(s): Michael Vigorito and Douglas Braun-Harvey Typically called "sex addiction" or "sexual compulsivity," out of control sexual behavior (OCSB) remains a controversial topic. In the absence of an established diagnosis, the authors propose an evidence-based protocol to guide treatment with men concerned about sexual dysregulation. Presenters will review the components of their protocol, factors that contribute to OCSB, and six sexual health principles.
$40.00
$50.00

Rural Mental Health: Preparing to Work in Rural Communities

CE credits: 2 Speaker: M. Evan Thomas

This presentation will provide an overview of rural communities and the unique culture that resides in them. Multiple students conducted by the presenter will be discussed, and these studies have focused on: screening for substance misuse in rural communities, church leaders experiences discussing mental health in rural communities, the unique language that some rural communities have to discuss their healthcare symptoms, and the use of Trauma-Informed Care in rural communities.
$30.00
$40.00

Sexual Resensitization for Christians with Sexual Shame

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Andrew Mercurio This workshop explores the traumatized sexual mind of Christian clients troubled by sexual shame in heterosexual marriage. Sex-negative legacies, transmitted throughout the history of Christianity, will be examined along with a focus on "sexual re-sensitization" as a therapeutic goal for constructing healthier sexual narratives. Interventions will be framed by sex-positive Christian teachings and integrated with Bowenian, Contextual and Narrative therapies.
$15.00
$25.00

Strategies for Securing a Career in a Healthcare Setting

CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Tai J Mendenhall, PhD; Cathy M. Hudgins, PhD; Randall S. Reitz, PhD When gaining employment in a healthcare setting, it is important to know which positions to apply for, how to get past the human relations/search committee chairpersons who do not understand the scope of practice and reimbursement opportunities for MFTs, and have the self-confidence required to speak to one's training and expertise. Experienced MFTs will share with attendees a series of tips and strategies for getting past the barriers that have historically challenged all behavioral health disciplines, but MFTs particularly.
$25.00
$35.00

Strengthening Family Resilience: Forging Positive Growth

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Froma W. Walsh, PhD Resilience-the human capacity to rebound and grow stronger from adversity-is a vital concept for our work with couples and families struggling to overcome trauma, tragic loss, and multi-stress conditions. Dr. Froma Walsh, the leading international expert on family resilience, will highlight advances and challenges in applying a family resilience framework in clinical and communitybased practice, and describe multi-level approaches in gang prevention/youth development and in refugee mental health services. Her principles-based, collaborative approach and research-informed map of key processes guide therapy to facilitate empowering beliefs and practices, mobilizing relational, multigenerational, cultural, and spiritual resources. Pathways in resilience can yield profound transformation, deepen bonds, and inspire new life possibilities. To explore what we, as therapists, bring to the therapeutic engagement, Dr. Walsh will share reflections on her childhood family adversity and how her own
$15.00
$25.00

Supervision and Consultation:Working in a Healthcare Setting

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Angela L. Lamson, PhD; Keeley J. Pratt, PhD; Jacqueline Williams-Reade, PhD There are several things that supervisors and supervisees need to know prior to working or supervising clinical work that is provided in healthcare settings. Attendees will learn how to select a supervisor who has the expertise and training needed to supervise effectively in health care contexts. Supervisors will receive training on how to adjust their style(s) and method(s) of supervision to accommodate the unique interdisciplinary clinical encounters and ethical challenges in healthcare settings.
$15.00
$25.00

Telehealth: Practical Considerations for Getting Started

Credits: 2 Speaker: Brentney Petree

In this two hour webinar, participants will learn best practice information relevant to the rapidly evolving telehealth field. In a time of increased demand for distance therapy, clinicians need to develop competency and comfort with telehealth sessions to be able to better serve their clients. Clients may benefit from the accessibility, ease and convenience of telehealth, while still receiving secure, reliable and confidential care from their therapists. Participants will be directed to several primary resources to help them better navigate the wealth of information available on conducting legally and ethically compliant telehealth. Participants will also be provided with basic troubleshooting techniques to increase their technological competency.
$30.00
$40.00

The Historical System of Psychotherapy

CE: 3.5
Speaker: Lindsey Marsh

*Recorded from a previous live webinar from the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. No handouts provided.

The focus of this presentation is the evolution of Best Practice and Ethical Standards over time. This presentation will dig into the history of the mental health profession starting with Freud as the main focal point while also briefly looking at some earlier thinkers too. This presentation will delve into the different time eras and the social/political events that were occurring and that impacted people's decision making processes and sense of security/stability. For example, the impact on professionalism, ethical and legal standards as we navigate through the Victorian Era, WWI, WWII, Korean, Vietnam and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). In addition, this presentation will outline the impact of the numerous generations; women's rights; Roe v. Wade ruling; civil rights; mass shootings; technology/internet; long-standing oppression and exclusion of voices of color; and insurance coverage of mental health. More specifically, how these cultural changes affected what 'best practice' looked like for ethical, professional, and legal standards over time. Keeping all of this in mind, this presentation is centered around how we view what 'healthy' is via research in the midst of all this change because all of this has impacted our field and what we have viewed and currently view as good practice. Finally, in the time of Covid-19 and mental health, particularly in a state that has very little legislation regulating telehealth, this presentation will address our need to be pioneers and how we as providers will evolve the our field into the future as we adjust to this new normal. This presentation ends with a discussion on how the context of an era directly impacts the professional standards of practice and the need for examination with regards to the happenings of today that will dictate current best practices.
$50.00
$65.00