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Competencies for Family Therapists Working w/ SMVF

Competencies for Family Therapists Working with Service Members, Veterans, and their Families
These competencies were developed for family therapists who work in diverse contexts and roles with Service members, Veterans, and their Families across a continuum of systems (e.g., couple, family, service branch) and variety of contexts (e.g., Military Health System, Veterans Health Administration, community health, training programs, research institutes, private practices). This is the first endeavor to systematically develop core competencies pertaining to family therapists who work with Service members, Veterans, and their Families.
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Competencies in Family Therapy with Transgender Clients

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Heather Ambrose; Hollie Hancock The transgender population has largely been ignored by clinical research. Individuals are identifying as transgendered at younger ages, therefore therapists must become aware of clinical competencies needed to assist these individuals and their families in the transition process. Participants will learn competencies needed for therapists working with transgender clients and their families, and best practices associated with positive transitions.
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Competency-Based Family Therapy with Military Service Member

Speaker: Sebastian Perumbilly This presentation will identify and discuss core competencies related to clinical work with military service members and their families. The research participants were nationally reputed clinicians specialized in working with military service members. The presenter will focus on four key clinical areas of core competencies: clinical assessment and diagnosis, treatment planning, therapeutic interventions, and evaluation of treatment effectiveness.
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Creating the Anti-depressant Family: What Families...

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Michael D. Yapko, PhD The rate of depression is rising in the United States and elsewhere around the world.Ê According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is currently the fourth greatest cause of human suffering and disability. This webinar presentation will explore the substantial evidence that depression is much more a social than medical problem. Despite the popularity of antidepressants, there are things that no amount of medication can do, including building the skills necessary to function well as individuals and as a family. Dr. Yapko will identify how depression distorts family life, and how to address the various aspects of family life tainted by depression realistically. Designing and delivering experiential processes specific to treating depression within an interpersonal framework will be explored in depth. Finally, we will consider the issue of prevention and what MFTs can do to help stem the rising tide of depression in families.
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$15.00
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$25.00
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Cultural Neuroscience: Child and Adolescent Brain Developmnt

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Manijeh Daneshpour, PhD; Iman Dadras, PhD Cultural neuroscience has the potential to shed light on how social and cultural contexts interact with brain development. Drawing on insights from psychology, sociology, and anthropology this presentation focuses on children and adolescent brain and discusses cultural context of neuroscience research to examine critical ways that marriage and family therapists can utilize this information in working with families.
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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.
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$45.00
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$60.00
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Families and Health: A Biopsychosocial Approach

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Sarah B. Woods, PhD; Jacob B. Priest, PhD This workshop will describe recent research findings linking close relationships and health, and the clinical implications of this research for family therapists. Applications of the Biobehavioral Family Model, a systemic, biopsychosocial approach to health, will be used to describe how best to navigate therapy with families with an ill child or adult family member.
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Families Living with ASD: Integrating MFT in Systems

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Brie A. Turns, PhD; Nicole P. Springer, PhD Families living with Autism typically seek services focusing on treatment for the diagnosed child, leaving the remaining family members to manage interpersonal struggles without sufficient support. This workshop will highlight key therapeutic competencies for working with the family, by applying systemic interventions to dynamics these families often face, and direct clinicians on how to collaborate with other systems of care.
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Family Adaptations to Brain Injury: Thinking with Speedbumps

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): James Ungvarsky and Sharon Trivette Working with families whose military member has experienced a mild or moderate traumatic brain injury (mTBI) presents unique challenges to the family therapist. Family members are concerned that “this isn’t the same person who left for deployment”. Therapists are often perplexed due to the intermittent and inconsistent behavioral and cognitive manifestations of an mTBI. This session explores the intersection of mTBI and PTSD and potential impacts on family interactions. It includes a fast-paced experiential activity allowing participants to gain insights from the brain injured perspective and offers proposed family interventions.
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Family Deportation: Implications and Impact on Mental Health

Speaker(s): Sandra Espinoza, Iman Dadras, Hye-Sun Ro Undocumented immigrants living in the United States are victims to a host of risk factors that not only threaten their presence in this country but their psychological well-being. This presentation will facilitate a new discourse within the field of couple and family therapy regarding the role of racism and discrimination as a contributor to the distress in undocumented families.
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$25.00
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