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  • Youth Change Workshops-Seattle, WA

    Thu April 19, 2018 - Fri April 20, 2018
    This conference offers hundreds of innovative strategies to prevent or manage student behavioral, social, emotional, and academic problems, including bullying, cyberbullying, disrespect, poor academic performance, school failure, truancy, work refusal, school violence, poor motivation, delinquency, and more. Adolescents and children with challenges will receive a special focus. The conference sponsor is Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, http://www.youthchg.com. Distance learning options and financial aid are available.
  • American Psychiatric Association (APA) Annual Meeting-New York City

    Sat May 05, 2018 - Wed May 09, 2018
    • Learn from renowed psychiatry thought leaders
    • Complete your annual licensure CME credit at one meeting
    • Discover innovative treatment options and new techniques
    • Connect with your colleagues from around the U.S. and 50+ other countries
  • American College of Psychiatrists (ACP) Annual Meeting-Tampa, FL

    Tue February 21, 2017 - Sat February 25, 2017

    Event to be held at the Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina

  • American Psychosomatic Society 76th Annual Scientific Meeting 2018-Louisville, KY

    Wed March 07, 2018 - Sat March 10, 2018

    2018 Annual Meeting

  • 17th Annual Workshop on Clinical Trials in Psychopharmacology 2018-New York, NY

    Mon April 23, 2018 - Tue April 24, 2018
    The American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology welcomes residents and fellows to participate in the Clinical Trials Workshop. This is an exciting opportunity to interact with leading researchers in the field. A limited number of travel awards are available for residents, fellows, or junior attendings.
  • Collaborative Couples Therapy-Raleigh, NC

    Fri February 23, 2018 - Sat February 24, 2018

    In Collaborative Couple Therapy, the therapist creates an intimate conversation by introducing into the couple dialogue the haunting feelings that each partner struggles with alone. The ability to have such conversations when needed tranforms the relationship into a curative force for solving the problems that arise in the relationship. John and Julie Gottman, who use doubling in their acclaimed couple therapy approach, have granted Dan the honor of calling their use of this method, “Doing a Dan Wile.”

  • Men's Group-Encino, CA

    Sat March 03, 2018
    To supposrt and help one another socially, personally, professionally, and in relationships. Cognitive tools for heightening personal awareness. Contact Dr. Charlyne Gelt at 818-501-4123 or cgelt@earthlink.net.

    Wed January 24, 2018 - Wed March 14, 2018
    A few phenomenal women will meet weekly in my Hayward Offices A common goal will be the desire for change through positive self exploration, self-assessment, interaction, growth. It is an opportunity to make a conscious shift to more clarity with a stronger and greater sense of acceptance and personal empowerment. Join and share this illuminating experience in a safe, confidential, and inspiring space. Participants have a wealth of life experience to share and explore with the aid of facilitation to enlighten. You may strengthen relationships: partners, spouses, friends, family (and with yourself). Therapeutic and psycho-education includes: self-exploration, group interactions + emotional intelligence and relationship intelligence education and assessments Facilitated by VALlaJeán Dale, 25 year Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Life Coach, Academic & Career Consultant, Executive Coach and College Administrator. Initial Interview required. The initial interview with the Facilitator/Coach, VALlaJeán Dale, will provide answers to your questions and together we will determine "right" fit based on your personal goals and the program. Please call 510-757-7777 to speak with the facilitator and to schedule your interview or email your request to 4catherapycafe@gmail.com. Details will be provided to registrants. REQUIRED INTERVIEW: $45 (30 minute appt. set within the first 3 weeks of January) DATES: Series Dates -- Wednesday Weekly Meetings January 24, 31 February 7, 14,21, 28 March 7, 14 -- CYCLE 1 TIME: 6:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (1st 15 min for group check-in) Total cost approximately $48 per group session + supplies. To be prepaid (CASH, VISA, MASTERCARD) Office located near transportation.
  • Integrating ACT Into Your Clinical Practice-Orlando, FL

    Fri June 22, 2018 - Sat June 23, 2018

    Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is one of the most studied and popular approaches in modern“third wave” CBT. A distinguishing feature of ACT is the empirical strength and breadth of application of its underlying “psychological flexibility model.” That model, and the processes it focuses on, makes it possible to explore bits and pieces of ACT for particular clients in a coherent way, without having to overturn the way you currently practice.

    Dr. Steven Hayes, who has been guiding ACT's development for 35 years and is internationally recognized for his contributions, will show how to apply ACT and the psychological flexibility model to your clinical practice, integrating its ideas and methods into the work you do now.

  • Leinu Workshop Series-Temple Chai in Phoenix, AZ

    Tue April 24, 2018 - Wed April 24, 2019
    Calling all mental health professionals, Rabbis, and community members to learn about culturally-sensitive responses to a Jewish community crisis at the Jewish Crisis & Response Team Workshop, presented by JFCS Aleinu. The workshop will include a discussion of how people heal through EMDR Therapy, as well as comprehensive techniques to support those who have been victims of hate crimes. Three CE units are available upon completion of the workshop. The event is FREE and includes a picnic dinner. Please RSVP by Friday, April 20.