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The Role of Expertise: Early-Career Family Therapists

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD; Torri Y. Efron Family therapy educators have moved from encouraging new therapists to take an expert stance with clients. While helpful for working with marginalized groups, this places therapists in a difficult position when clients expect expert advice. This workshop will discuss expertise among early-career MFTs, offering specific guidance on when and how to demonstrate expertise without alienating clients or sacrificing cultural competency.
$30.00
$40.00

Treating Technology Issues in Couples' Relationships

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Ronald J. Chenail, Jr., PhD; Cathy Ponczek, MFT; Melissa Schacter, DMFT; Laquana Young; Ron Osborne-Williams While technology can enhance interpersonal relationships it may also have deleterious effects on these same interactions resulting in couples seeking psychotherapy. Research suggests different technology-relationship problem patterns and what interventions work. In this seminar, participants will learn these research findings and practice how to conceptualize, treat, and assess progress when working with these couples.
$30.00
$40.00

Using Role Playing Games (RPG) to Enhance Social Skills

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

Presenters: Daniel Rowan and Lucas Scott

Concern has been raised regarding the impact that gaming has on children, teens and some adults. It can be broadly decried because of alleged addictive or isolating qualities. Considering the popularity of gaming, can some forms of it be beneficial to a specific population? Participants, through gameplay and video will learn how role-playing games (RPGs) can be used to work with kids and teens with social differences, addressing the very problems that limit their abilities to work and play with others. Presenters will discuss how players can be made aware of players own strengths and those of others, develop a common strategy, flexibility, accept defeat and working towards group goals Attendees will get a sample page of the mission, a player sheet and the target interventions. Film of an actual game will be shown initially to familiarize attendees with the game
$15.00
$25.00

Veteran Family Challenges and Collaborative Treatment

CE Credits: 4.50 Speaker(s): June Behn Watts, MS; Jennifer Fox; Travis Field; Heidi Knock; Jenelle Boo; Nicolle Angeli Many combat veterans and families are seeking treatment as a result of recent conflicts. This institute will give a firsthand look from the “front lines” in working directly with veterans and their families. Information will be provided on military sexual trauma, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, suicide prevention, and MFT to highlight the importance of collaborative treatment. Graphic language used. Purchaser discretion advised.
$75.00
$90.00

Working on What Works: School-based Systemic Change

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Amber V. Vennum, PhD; Lee G. Shilts, PhD; Nicole J. Bird; Micha B. Berryhill, PhD; Charity E. Clifford, PhD; Prerana Dharnidharka States are increasingly approving MFTs as mental health providers in schools, providing MFTs the unique opportunity to further support families by extending our systemic lens. This workshop will engage participants in a solution-focused systemic intervention to improve school climate called WOWW. Through experiential learning techniques, participants will actively learn how to empower teachers, students, and families through solution-focused coaching.
$30.00
$40.00

Working Systemically with Nonbinary Clients

Speaker: Alex Iantaffi, PhD, MS, SEP, CST, LMFT
CE Credits: 1.5

This course is provided by the Queer and Trans Advocacy Network; find out more and how to join at www.aamft.org/tin.

This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of working with nonbinary clients. This will include: an initial brief introduction to terminology, the current WPATH Standards of Care, and dominant treatment protocols for nonbinary clients in the US. We will discuss the issues that nonbinary clients and their families might bring to therapy and how to address these competently and systemically. The role that family therapists might play in the care of nonbinary clients and their families will be addressed, including the role that LMFTs might play in supporting clients who may pursue medical or legal transition processes. The importance of liaising with other providers, such as medical providers, will also be addressed. Participants will be invited to reflect on their own gender histories, identities, and expressions. Ethical issues in relation to power, dominant discourses of gender. and the historical oppression and marginalization of nonbinary people will be woven through the webinar and will be addressed from an intersectional perspective.
$25.00
$35.00

Working with LGBTQ Clients

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Ruth C. Neustifter, PhD Family therapists already possess a plethora of skills that can contribute to excellent relational work with LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, and queer or questioning) clients. By increasing our knowledge of important systemic considerations, expanding our understanding of core LGBTQ terminology and concepts, and making important updates in areas such as intake paperwork we can become more competent in this area of practice. Dr. Ruth Neustifter brings her applied and engaging style of teaching to this workshop, ensuring that you will leave with information that you can begin using immediately in your practice.
$15.00
$25.00

Working with Suicidal Adolescents

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Quintin Hunt, MS; Laura M. Frey, PhD; Eugene L. Hall, MA Adolescent suicidal behavior is influenced by and impacts the entire family system. We will explore evidence from family-based interventions with adolescents that have attempted suicide, experienced suicidal ideation, or engaged in suicidal behavior. Essential information about working with suicidal adolescents and their families will be presented using information collected from interviews with clinicians that specialize in the treatment of suicide. Strong language used. Purchaser discretion advised.
$30.00
$40.00

Working with Transnational Immigrant Families in MFT

CE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Bertranna A. Muruthi, PhD; Jessica Chou, PhD; J. Maria Bermudez, PhD This presentation will provide insight into experiences of immigrant families living transnationally. Therapeutic considerations for immigrants living in the United States who are experiencing ambiguity of acculturation processes will be considered.
$30.00
$40.00