The Adlerian principles of social interest, democracy, and encouragement provide an effective framework for training professionals on coaching and employee-engagement competencies. Training programs that integrate Adlerian concepts into skill building exercises provide solid foundations for employee growth. Translating Adlerian theory into action through collaborative and motivational practices, leaders can develop an organizational culture strengthened by the mutually respectful interplay of individual engagement and empowering leadership.
This workshop will focus on developing possible strategies for continuation of care with the problem gambling client when dealing with PTSD. There are many models of possible care for addressing the trauma of addiction, personal trauma, and historical trauma. This presentation will focus on how EMDR (eye movement desensitization reprocessing) can be used when dealing with problem gambling. This is not EMDR training but an overview about how one technique could be used and suggestions for future work on learning about trauma.
Whatever inner voice or “self-talk” people follow will create their experience. Since human nature is unconsciously conditioned to operate from ego, they often follow a voice of fear, creating “mistaken beliefs” that immobilize and limit their potential. Given the basic premise that we can choose our thoughts, participants will learn how to identify and heal mistaken, fear-based beliefs and the feelings that result from them.
This online course provides 45 hours of training in clinical supervision. The course covers major models of clinical supervision; development and maintenance of the supervisor-supervisee relationship; ethical and legal aspects in clinical supervision; cultural competence in clinical supervision; and structuring, intervention, and evaluation practices in clinical supervision. The course meets the Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy educational requirements for licensed professional counselors (LPCs and LPCCs) who intend to seek the approved-supervisor credential.
Recent graduates preparing to take the Marriage & Family Therapy national exam will review:
- Examination Processes from Beginning to End
- 6 Core Competencies
- MFT Theorists
- Sample Questions
- Resources for Studying
- Successful Studying Strategies
This workshop will be taught by Megahn Williams, MA, LMFT, MN Board and AAMFT Approved Supervisor and Dr. Rachelle Reinisch, DMFT. There will be a 30 minute lunch break. Please bring your own lunch.
This workshop will utilize didactic presentation, handouts, exercises, and videotape vignettes. It will examine clinical supervision from the perspective of various ethical, legal, and practice issues. The focus will be on the supervision of counseling and psychotherapy but supervision of assessment will also be addressed as well as boundaries challenges in the supervisory relationship. To register for the workshop, click here.
This workshop will review the research concerning the effects of maltreatment on the developing brain, the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study (ACES) and ways of promoting resiliency in the school setting. ACES experiences affect student’s ability to do well in school, both socially and academically. Data from the 2016 Minnesota Student Survey will be explored.
Participants will have a greater understanding of neuroanatomical structures and functions that inform psychotherapeutic intervention and assessment. Participants will also have an enhanced understanding of the types of research that can and need to be conducted at the interface of the creative arts therapies and neurosciences. The 6-hour workshop will include didactic instruction, case examples, art experiential, and interactive discussion to emphasize the objectives.