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Relational Healing for Relational Injury in the Treatment of Complex Trauma

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Individuals with histories of early, severe childhood abuse and neglect and those who suffer extreme and cumulative forms of interpersonal trauma experience a wide range of difficulties, now referred to as complex trauma. These difficulties often have their origins in disturbed and disrupted primary attachment relationships, abuse and neglect within these relationships, and the additive effects of multiple experiences of trauma. These, in turn, cause considerable psychological damage, both personally and interpersonally, that can last the entire lifespan. A therapeutic relationship is a primary intervention and context for distress of this sort, offering a secure base from which to examine and rework attachment difficulties, process the trauma, learn essential life and relational skills, and increase the capacity necessary for constructive relationships; however, developing a therapeutic relationship with complex trauma patients offers numerous challenges. This presentation will identify relational issues that arise in the treatment of this population and strategies for their identification and management. Ethics within the therapy relationship, vicarious trauma and countertransference responses and posttraumatic growth in the therapist will be discussed.

$12.95

Effective Trauma Treatment: A Review of the Latest Evidence

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

No clinical area has undergone more rapid development or benefited more from new research than the field of psychological trauma. The veritable flood of information had made it virtually impossible for therapists to stay on top of all the current research and clinical writing, learn about newest findings and techniques, investigate controversies and debates, and sort out results that matter from those that don’t. This keynote is opportunity to examine the clinical implications of the latest evidence. It includes an overview of the recommendations of the Clinical Practice Guidelines of various organizations and discusses other issues in trauma treatment, including the role of clinical judgment and competence.

$12.95

Suicide Therapies that Work

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Suicide is on the rise in the United States, having gone up 24% between 1994 and 2014. It is the most common psychiatric emergency that therapists will encounter. Recent research has identified suicide-specific therapies that are effective in treating both suicidal ideation and behavior. The problem is that most therapists are not aware of them nor have they been trained in them, so most suicidal clients do not receive these potentially lifesaving treatments. This course will provide a valuable opportunity for therapists to be introduced to these empirically validated, evidence-based treatments for suicide that are fast becoming the standard of care. Certificates will be awarded and available to print after successfully completing this course in its entirety which includes listening to audio, reviewing attached materials, completing a post-test and scoring 75% or above and completing an evaluation of the course

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - December 2015

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the December 2015 Vol.16 No.6 issue related to articles: “Substance Use Disorders: Most Common and Effective Treatment Practices” “Outcomes: Developing Better Pathways to Quality Care,” and “Beyond SBIRT: Incorporating Recovering Volunteers after the Intervention.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - April 2015

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the April 2015 Vol.16 No.2 issue related to articles: “Mindfulness and Trigger Management for Traumatized, Substance-Using Youth,” “Skills, Motivational Enhancement, and Family Involvement: How ESTs Approach Adolescent Substance Use” and “’I Don’t Want to Do Life Today’: Helping Adolescents Save Face in Treatment and Recovery.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - February 2015

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the February 2015 Vol.16 No.1 issue related to articles: “Wisdom Recovery, Part I: Organic Spirituality and Healing,” “Utilizing Smartphone Technologies in Recovery Services” and “The Future of Addiction Treatment in America.”

$16.95

Balance the Brain: High Yield Strategies for Enhancing Outcomes in Counseling and Psychotherapy

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Many psychiatric disorders are either caused by or result in neurobiological changes that create tremendous himan suffering and complicate treatment. This workshop provides a brief overview of non-medical approaches for improving brain functioning and improving outcomes: including: exercise, sleep enhancement, diet, bright light therapy, chronotherapeutic (stabilizing biological clocks). Also explored are common and often overlooked reasons that standard psychological therapies fail.

$12.95

Frozen in Time: Therapy for the Aftereffects of Abuse and Trauma

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This workshop offers both a framework for understanding and strategies for working with adolescents experiencing the aftereffects of sexual abuse and trauma. Participants in this workshop will learn the 3-D’s of sexual abuse and trauma, how to create and/or rehabilitate a vision for the future, and numerous methods for facilitating change. The ideas offered in this workshop are flexible and can be adapted to a variety of settings.

$16.95

LOGO Therapy: Helping Adolescents/Young Adults Turn Pain into Purpose

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Based on the work of renowned psychiatrist Victor Frankl, this interactive, skill-building workshop will give participants tools to help adolescents and young adults turn their painful life experiences into life purpose.

$12.95

The Art and Science of Healing: Rediscovering Your Healing Essence as a Therapist

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Treatment and management often have merely a goal, of symptom reduction or tolerable recovery. This workshop will give the clinician the science that creates a bridge into the nonlinear realm of healing and how this can contribute to the “art” of clinical treatment.

$16.95

Title Towards the Ego-Less Self: Psychology, Spirituality, and True Happiness Subtitle Cardwell C. Nuckols, PhD

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

We have become so accustomed to ego-based emotions such as misery, worry, fear, and conflict that we believe these are our normal states. We were born to be happy and to love unconditionally. So how can we return to a nonlinear state of happiness and peace when everything around us says that nothing is more important than me? In this session, we will begin to learn how to get rid of resentments, surrender the ego’s unconscious programs for happiness and employ simple techniques to increase contact with consciousness.

$12.95

Capturing Mindfulness: Mindfulness is in fashion, but how does it work? The elucidation of the mechanism of action from a conceptual and neural prospective

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Through mindfulness a person becomes aware in a nonjudgmental way of how they are feeling moment to moment. The process of mindfulness meditation produces beneficial effects on attention and emotional regulation as well as changes in self-awareness. For those struggling with addictions, trauma, eating disorders, pain, social anxiety etc. this powerful technique produces beneficial effects on well-being, recovery, and pain reduction. There are very few reviews that integrate the existing literature into a comprehensive framework of how mindfulness works. This presentation incorporates research from functional and structural neuroimaging to explain the neuroscientific process underlying the success of mindfulness in psychotherapeutic interventions.

$16.95

Compassion and the Therapist

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This presentation will explore the importance of compassion (non-egocentric, non-contingent caring for others) as it relates to effective trauma treatment. Methods of compassion development will be discussed, as well as the psychological and neurobiological benefits of compassion for both client and therapist.

$16.95

Intervention Strategies with Adolescent Girls and Young Adult Women Impacted by Fatherlessness

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Researchers have focused a great deal of attention on the father-son relationship and its impact. This workshop will discuss the impact of father hunger and father wounds on adolescent girls and young adult women. Seven intervention strategies will be presented.

$12.95

Better than Zero: Helping Adolescents to Flourish in the Face of Life Challenges

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Traditionally, psychotherapy has focused on working with adolescents to alleviate problems and return to “zero.” This presentation focuses on strategies for helping adolescents to increase the “plus” side of their lives by focusing on five key areas: positive emotion, engagement, meaning and purpose, relationships, and accomplishment. Based on research drawn from Positive Psychology and Positive Youth Development, participants will learn specific activities and exercises to help adolescents experience greater degrees of well-being and flourish in the face of adversity in facing issues such as depression, anxiety, and at-risk behaviors.

$12.95

Getting Your Life Into Flow

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

The groundbreaking research of Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi defined eight components that make an experience enjoyable. Using his Experience Sampling Method (ESM) he analyzed the data from 8000 subjects randomly paged throughout their day to record their thoughts, actions, feelings and various states of consciousness (concentration, degree of motivation, etc). According to Csikszentmihalyi, in flow, “The ego falls away; time flies; your whole being is involved and you’re using your skills to the utmost.” Does that sound like your typical day at the office? In this positive psychology workshop, you’ll learn what 40 years of research can tell you about strategies therapists can use to maximize their own experience of flow throughout their lives. You’ll learn how to become more sensitive to your internal feedback, so you can notice when you’re out of flow; how to establish small goals, so you can refocus and be more present; and how to ramp up or reduce the challenge of any situation, so you can maintain maximum engagement. We will apply these skills to the treatment setting.

$12.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - December 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the December 2012 Vol.13 No.6 issue related to articles "Using Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) with American Indian and Alaska Native Communities," "Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls: Compulsive Stealing, Spending, and Hoarding," and "Demystifying the Genetics of Addiction."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - October 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the October 2012 Vol.13 No.5 issue related to articles "Sexual Addiction, Hypersexual Disorder, and the DMS-5: Myth or Legitimate Diagnosis?", "The Role of Psychodiagnostic Testing Services in Community Support Programs," and "Youth, Drug Abuse, and Process Addiction."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - August 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the August 2012 Vol.13 No.4 issue related to articles "The Role of Psychodiagnostic Testing Services in Community Support Programs," "Chemical Dependency Treatment Retention Strategies," and "Loneliness and Addiction: Five Questions to Strengthen Recovery."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - June 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the June 2012, Vol. 13, No. 3 issue related to articles "Evidence-Based Practices & Asian Pacific Diversity," "Increasing the Use of Evidence-Based Practices Using Organizational Assessments," and "The Male Clinician."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - April 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the April 2012 Vol. 13 No. 2 issue related to the articles "Treating Young Adults with Substance Use Disorders: What We Do and Don't Know," "Can the Answer to Just One Simple Question Predict Later Relapse?" and "The Male Clinician: Working with Adolescent Girls in the Substance Abuse and Juvenile Justice Systems."

$16.95

Good Grief: Helping Adolescents and Young Adults Turn Loss into Post-Traumatic Growth

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

In this interactive, skill-building workshop participants will be introduced to strategies that will enable them to help adolescents and young adults turn loss into post-traumatic growth. A partial list of topics includes: Losses that Adolescents and Young Adults Grieve; Models of Grief and Implications for Counseling Adolescents and Young Adults; Traditional and Non-traditional Methods of Helping Adolescents and Young Adults Cope with Loss and Achieve Post-traumatic Growth

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - February 2012

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the February 2012 Vol.13 No.1 issue related to articles "Pattern Identification & Reduction Therapy," "Evidence-Based Practices & African American Clients," and "Smoking Cessation Services."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - June 2014

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the June 2014 Vol.15 No.3 issue related to articles “The Hidden Epidemic: Substance Abuse and the Elderly,” “Mental Health Treatment and Co-Occurring Cannabis Use Disorders,” and “What’s New in the DSM-5 for Substance Use Disorders.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - April 2014

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the April 2014 Vol.15 No.2 issue related to articles "Out of the Office and Into the Woods: Lessons from the Field of Wilderness Therapy," "Spirituality in Teens: Promoting Sobriety and Improving Mental Health," and “Young People in the New Recovery Advocacy Movement.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - February 2014

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the February 2014 Vol.15 No.1 issue related to articles "At the Crossroads: Connection and Interface in Animal Assisted Interventions," "When Sex and Stimulants are Fused: Two Behaviors, One Addiction," and “Theoretical Perspectives for Working with AOD Clients: Choosing Your Best Psychotherapy Match.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - December 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the December 2013 Vol.14 No.6 issue related to articles "A Brief History of Recovery Orientation in Addiction Counseling," "Using Evidence-Based Practices in Rural Communities," and “How to Really Use the New Edition of The ASAM Criteria: What to Do and What Not to Do.”

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - October 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the October 2013 Vol.14 No.5 issue related to articles "Focusing on Our Strengths," "Using Evidence-Based Practices in the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Community," and "The DSM-5: Under Review."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - August 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the August 2013 Vol.14 No.4 issue related to articles "The Therapeutic Education System: Client and Staff Experiences of Participating in a Randomized Trial of an Online Drug Education System," "Dual Diagnosis," and "Respecting Religion and Spirituality in Evidence-Based Practices."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - June 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the June 2013 Vol.14 No.3 issue related to articles "Using Evidence Based Practices with People Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing," "The Never Enough Syndrome," and "The Impact of Staff Turnover on Workplace Demands and Coworker Relationships."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - April 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes question from the April 2013 Vol.14 No.2 issue related to articles "The Connection Among Substance Use Disorders, Nonsuicidal and Self-Harming Behaviors, and Other Problem Behaviors in Adolescents," "Are Specialized Treatments Needed for Young Adults? New Evidence from a Study Comparing Adolescent and Young Adult Outcomes," and "Recovery Works for Adolescent Boys in the Middle East."

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - February 2013

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the February 2013 Vol.14 No.1 issue related to articles "Sex, Tech, and the Addiction Epidemic," "Substance Abuse and Sex Addiction: An Integrated Treatment Approach," and "Sex Addiction: An Overview of Assessment Screening."

$16.95

Assessment of Risk, Self-destructive Behaviors and Suicidality

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

This presentation will provide clinicians with an overview of the necessary tools to perform accurate and effective mental status examinations and suicide assessments. These assessments will lead to accurate diagnosis and therefore effective treatment planning. A review of four major mental status assessment methods—Observation, Conversation, Exploration and Testing will provide clinicians with the knowledge necessary to perform these assessments accurately and effectively. In addition, clinicians will be given several suicide assessment methods and de-escalation techniques including interviewing techniques, approaches and protocols for use in their practice. These will heighten the clinician’s awareness of suicide risk susceptibility.

$12.95

Get Out of My Life, But First Can You Take Me to the Mall? Working with Resistant Adolescents/Young Adults

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

$16.95

Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This session will explore the fundamental structure of worry—how it ignores data that isn’t negative, how it squeezes out room for corrective information, and how it gives rise to erroneous beliefs. Stemming from this knowledge, participants will learn a set of therapeutic strategies based on the latest research.

$16.95

Counselor Magazine CE Quiz - August 2014

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This Counselor magazine quiz includes questions from the August 2014 Vol.15 No.4 issue related to articles: "Codependency Revisited: Examining the Neurobiology that Leads to Addiction," "Medical Marijuana and Hospice: Where is the Evidence?" and "Listening for Psychic Retreats in Early Recovery Treatment for SUDs."

$16.95

Minding the Body, Mending the Mind: The Quest for Self and the Mind/Body Connection

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Anxiety, depression, stress and addiction affect the body as well as the mind and society. There are stunning parallels between modern and ancient wisdom-based avenues to mental health that constitute an effective integrative approach to healing. These include: the use of witnessing to manage emotions and reframe mental stories, faith, eliciting the relaxation response, mindfulness, forgiveness, gratitude, altruism and benefit finding.

$16.95

Mindfulness, Stress and Our Well Being: A Guide to Therapeutic Meditation

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Meditation is an evidence-based practice useful in treating stress related disorders, chronic illness, addictions, trauma, anxiety, and depression. In this introduction to the topic, four basic forms of meditation-concentration, mindfulness, compassion, and centering prayer-will be compared and contrasted. The physiology of meditation including its effects on the autonomic nervous system and the brain will be reviewed.

$16.95

Treating Moral Injury

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

The neurobiology, goals for treatment and therapeutic approaches are different for moral injury as compared to Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Although there is overlap in symptoms, moral injury may present with reexperiencing and avoidance symptoms but not the hyperarousal symptoms observed when a real or perceived life-threating situation is encountered. Extinction is not the goal in the treatment of moral injury. This presentation will provide clinicians with a treatment model and rationale for approaching those suffering the guilt and shame of moral injury.

$16.95

Advances in Reality Therapy: Practical Demonstrations with Difficult Clients

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

This fast moving presentation centers on simulated demonstrations that focus on how to use the WDEP system of reality therapy with resistant clients. The WDEP system emphasizes helping clients evaluate their own behavior and make plans for future choices. Practicality and usability are the themes of this session.

$12.95

Motivational Enhancement Therapy

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This overview of Motivational Enhancement Therapy reviews clinical data, theoretical rationale, and a detailed description of clinical issues related to practice. This workshop will discuss research conclusions from clinical studies related to MET, aspects of taking this theoretical approach to practice and the principles of MET..

$16.95

Narcissistic Wounds: The Challenge of Recovery and Strategies for Healing

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

$12.95

Attachment, Romantic Love and a New Paradigm for Relational Recovery

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Supportive and healthy relationships are critical to long term recovery. Developing the skills to sustain loving relationships needs to be a primary goal of addiction treatment. Drawing on the research of John Gottman, David Schnarch, Esther Perel and Helen Fisher, participants will gain a perspective on how to work with couples in recovery to strengthen relationships.

$16.95

Healing the Loss of Dreams: Strategies for Resolving Loss

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

The loss of a dream is difficult to articulate and clinicians often miss their impact. When dreams are shattered it causes inexplicable grief that others may have difficulty comprehending. For every tangible loss there is always a dream attached and until those dreams have been identified and processed, losses will never be resolved and optimism is thwarted. Tools to intervene are offered.

$12.95

Entitlement and Learned Helplessness: A Growing Adult Dilemma

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

A great deal of research has targeted the unsavoury consequences of entitlement in US childrearing practices—but this is not limited to teens and twenty-somethings. Come explore the serious adult consequences not only of entitlement but also learned helplessness, with clinical examples, applications and strategies.

$12.95

Overcoming Perfectionism: How Good is Good Enough?

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Perfectionism can be an obstacle to quality living, even when it appears to produce significant rewards. For those clients struggling with issues of intimacy, control, letting go, relaxing and enjoying life, this session offers practical guidance about “living in the middle.”

$12.95

Wartime PTSD and Its Effects on Families

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

This workshop shares the post-war trauma Christal experienced when her father returned home from war, and sheds a light on an urgent social issue that family members of veterans are often reluctant to talk about: secondary PTSD. Learn more about how wartime PTSD can affect family members of veterans, and how clients can find transformation and healing.

$12.95

The Lies That Bind: Dismantling Impaired Coping in Families with Addiction and Mental Illness

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

A set of powerful stories, “the lies that bind” holds family members in rigid ways of responding and interferes with efforts to create system shifts towards health. This workshop will explore these distorted beliefs and offer clinical tools to intervene and open the clinical conversation.

$16.95

Dancing Backwards in High Heels-How Women Can Master the Art of Resilience

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

What happens when that need to please goes wrong and a woman keeps pushing herself harder while simultaneously ignoring her own needs? What happens when a woman begins to think self-sabotaging girly thoughts thoughts like If only I was thinner . . . younger . . .prettier . . . was into kinkier sex . . .? What happens when relationships sour and the trauma is carried into subsequent relationships? This workshop reveals how girly thoughts are just conclusions women reach as a way of making sense of the trauma they've experienced.

$16.95

Smarter Than You Think: Adult Survivors of Trauma & Dysfunctional Families & Using Emotional, Social and Spiritual Intelligences in a Strength-Based Model

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Child abuse, addiction and other trauma often do not end with childhood. When childhood is over the survivors are adults. Not all adult survivors become the walking wounded. Many are able to grow beyond the experience and develop resiliency skills using a strength-based model of recovery based on emotional, social and spiritual intelligences. Resilience is the ability to thrive despite adversity and enables people of all ages and backgrounds to lead healthy and fulfilling lives despite formidable obstacles. This workshop will focus on why adult victims of child abuse and other types of high risk families are not all the same.

$16.95

I'm Trying Every Technique I Know but Nothing Happens: Understanding the Importance of Social Context and Precursors to Facilitate Change

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Change and recovery do not occur in a vacuum. Just as an individual's negative behavior is often influenced by others so too is the desire, motivation and setting for change equally impacted by others. This workshop will explore the impact of the social context on personal change and recovery as well as how these factors help to avoid recidivism.

$16.95

Advances in Treating Co-Occurring Disorders

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Skills in both the mental health and the substance abuse areas are required to be able to successfully navigate the treatment arena of dual diagnosed clients. Systems issues, program design, clinician orientation and client motivation all play a significant part in treatment.

$16.95

Love Gone Awry: Neuroses, Obsession and Attraction

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

Where is the fine line between love and obsession? How can love get nuked by neuroses? And how can attraction lead to disastrous relationships? These and other timely questions will be addressed in this colorful presentation describing far too many relationships in the 21st century

$16.95

The Psychodynamics of Loneliness: The Way Out of Emptiness and a Life Unfulfilled

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

A recent Harvard Medical School survey describes loneliness as a very real and little-discussed social epidemic with frightening consequences. How do we meet this rising tide? By acknowledging basic needs: self-knowledge, intimate connection, community involvement, meaningful work and life purpose. Emphasis will be on strategies for change.

$12.95

The Science of Recovery-Applying Neuropsychology and Neuroscience to Your Practice

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

This workshop will give an understanding of the neuroscience and neuropsychology of recovery from addictive disorders. Psychotherapeutic and pharmacological techniques will be described that can assist the participant while working with clients in early recovery. This assistance is in the areas of cognitive enhancement, increased motivation and management of craving.

$16.95

The Chemical Coper

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

Clinicians struggle with chronic pain patients who are overly drug focused, non-adherent and fail to make functional gains on opioid therapy. This presentation will discuss the recognition of these patients and strategies to help outcomes.

$12.95

When the Body Says No: Avoiding Care Giver Stress

Credits: 1.5 CE Distance Learning

People in the helping professions are at risk for burnout, not only due to the pressures and challenges of working with troubled individuals and families, but also because of self-generated stresses that undermine health and deplete energy. Based on the best-seller, When the Body Says No: Exploring the Stress-Disease Connection, this workshop will illuminate how we unwittingly generate stress for ourselves and how to avoid doing so.

$16.95

Ways to Integrate Spirituality and Psychotherapy

Credits: 1 CE Distance Learning

One major way individuals cope with the aftermath of traumatic events is to use some form of spirituality and religion. Twelve Step spiritually based programs are the major form of intervention with individuals with substance abuse disorder. This presentation will examine ways psychotherapists can conduct spiritually-based interventions and consider the dangers of doing so as well.

$12.95