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Effectively Working With Sexual Assault Void of Bias

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Samantha E. Heuwagen; Christopher K. Belous, PhD Why are some therapists afraid to tackle the complexities of working with sexual assault survivors and untangling the web of traumas? Through supervision, personal therapy, and discussions with colleagues, clinicians can overcome their own bias and limitations surrounding sex and sexual trauma. This presentation will encourage and discuss evidence based, sex positive approaches to working with sexual trauma.
$15.00
$25.00

Eligibility Criteria for Standards 12

Speaker(s): Daniel R. Lord, PhD As of January 2016, programs applying for accreditation will need to demonstrate compliance with Version 12 Accreditation Standards, which now includes a new initial step in the accreditation process - the submission of Eligibility Criteria. The webinar discusses how programs should interpret and meet the requirements of the Eligibility Criteria for Accreditation Standards Version 12 and addresses the questions below: " What types of documentation will I need to submit? " How will my submission be reviewed? " What is the proper format? " How are the Eligibility Criteria linked to the rest of the Standards?
$49.00
$49.00

Emotion-Deepening Techniques in Attachment-Based Therapy

CE Credits: 2.50 Speaker(s): Jody M. Russon, PhD; Guy S Diamond, PhD Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT) uses attachment theory to facilitate conversations about core ruptures that are blocking parent-child trust. Emotion-deepening techniques are essential to creating meaningful change experiences in ABFT. In this workshop, presenters will use lecture, videotape, discussion and role-play activities to a) describe a metaframework for deepening emotions; and b) teach eight emotion-deepening techniques utilized in ABFT treatment tasks.
$40.00
$50.00

Ethical Management of Sexual Feelings

Speaker: Chris Fariello This forum will explore sexual attraction between therapists and their clients/supervisees. A review of the literature will help to demystify the prevalence of these feelings. Participants will then be encouraged, with knowledge of the literature, to discuss the ethical and therapeutic implications of experiencing and expressing sexual feelings with clients and understand ethical options for managing sexual feelings.
$15.00
$25.00

Experiences & Needs of Couple and Family Therapists of Color

Speaker(s): Kara Erolin, Elizabeth Wieling, Mudita Rastogi This forum will use PowerPoint, handouts, and group discussion to present the results of the 2018 survey assessing the needs of couple and family therapists of color regarding experiences within: AAMFT, clinical training programs, community and work settings, clinical programs of research, professional development, and public engagement and political activism.
$15.00
$25.00

Experiential Therapy in Eating Disorders

CE Credits: 3.00 Speaker(s): Mr. William Corrigan, MTS This seminar is about learning how to apply experiential methods in the treatment of people with eating disorders and their families. Action-oriented techniques from the Satir Model and Emotion Focused Therapy will be discussed and demonstrated with attendees’ participation. Role-plays, empty chair exercises, and sculpting, will be used to explore aspects of assessment and treatment.
$45.00
$60.00

Finding Your Voice to Flourish and Advocate as Beginning MFT

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Jessica L. ChenFeng, PhD; Dana J. Stone, PhD This workshop will give voice to current students/interns through supportive discussions about challenges related to personal statuses including race, ethnicity, and gender, etc. with peers, faculty, supervisors, and clients on their journey to becoming an MFT. With increased self-awareness, therapists will be able to advance the profession with advocacy and outreach with diverse communities in need of clinical services.
$15.00
$25.00

Finding Your Voice to Flourish and Advocate as Beginning MFT

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Jessica ChenFeng and Dana Stone This workshop will give voice to current students/interns through supportive discussions about challenges related to personal statuses including race, ethnicity, and gender, etc. with peers, faculty, supervisors, and clients on their journey to becoming an MFT. With increased self-awareness, therapists will be able to advance the profession with advocacy and outreach with diverse communities in need of clinical services .
$15.00
$25.00

Gender Identity and Inclusivity in MFT Practice

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Brittany L. Robinson, PhD; Ashley L. Landers, PhD; Noah E Gagner This workshop will be an in-depth exploration of ways that MFTs can provide culturally appropriate and inclusive services to individuals and family members who may be gender nonconforming or trans*. Gender identity inclusiveness in MFT practice will be at the core of this discussion, with specific terminology, marketing practice, and affirming language being suggested.
$15.00
$25.00

Guns, Grief, and Family Therapy: After School Shootings

*This course has been edited from a live event. Moments of low volume and discussion may occur*

Presenters: Anne Rambo, Kathleen Laundy, Alexandra Alfaro, Porshia Cunningham, Elizabeth Jarquin, and Jaselyn Sotolongo

After the Sandy Hook and Parkland school shootings, the presenters were directly involved with crisis intervention, ongoing treatment, research into causes, and eventual changes in school and state policies. They will share their experiences and help participants strategize their own involvement. This interactive institute will help family therapists learn both how to help afterwards and how to help prevent.
$65.00
$80.00