May 29–31, 2013 — Seattle, WA
Credits: up to 20 Credit Hours
A forum for exploring the complex issues within the physical, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of mental illness and addictive disorders. The latest neuroscience and brain research will be explored as it applies to psychotherapy across an array of issues. Emphasis on special topics such as neuroscience, trauma, couples in recovery, co-occurring disorders, cognitive behavior therapy, cultural diversity, affect regulation, ethics and more.
Sep 24–27, 2013 — Las Vegas, Nevada
Credits: up to 24 Credit Hours
An event with a rich, successful history preceded once again by a pre-conference Ethics Workshop conducted by Pamela Harmell, PhD. Chaired by Cardwell Nuckels, PhD the Counseling Skills conference is programmed for those working in mental health, family therapy, addictions counseling and related fields. Presenters will focus on cutting edge issues, new research advances and clinical strategies that sharpen, update and enhance your Counseling Skills.
USJT offers individual Continuing Education units (CEs) to help you achieve your professional goals. Presented by credentialed leaders in the field, these lectures provide valuable information to enhance your career development. USJT.com's Distance Learning Center makes earning CEs easy!
Oct 9–12, 2013 — Newport Beach, California
Credits: up to 27 Credit Hours
The pre-conference Ethics Workshop conducted by Pamela Harmell, PhD provides 6 Ethics CE hours. Professionals working in Mental Health, Family Therapy, Addictive Disorders and related fields can earn up to 21 CE hours from workshops covering the latest neuroscience and brain research will be explored as it applies to psychotherapy across an array of issues.
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Counselor is the nation’s leading source of practical, how-to information for professionals in addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare and the clients they serve. It provides thorough, up-to-date information in an easy-to-read style that translates into increased knowledge, enhanced clinical skills, renewed passion for the profession and strengthened personal recovery.
by Dorothy K. Breininger
In this one-of-a-kind book, Dorothy tackles downsizing from the much-needed perspective of what lies underneath our clutter—metaphorically, physically, and emotionally. Filled with personal stories from clients, her own success story, and tips from fitness coaches and organizing experts, this practical book gives everyone the tools to declutter their way to their dream size.
by Nancy Kilgore, MS
Girl in the Water recounts the most shuttering examples of sibling abuse, the untold secret in millions of homes. Each year, 19 million children are abused by their siblings and well over 80 million adults have suffered this type of abuse. Nancy's story will resonate with millions of adult sibling-abuse survivors who have never felt free to tell their stories . . . until now.
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