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12/6/2016

Y-CBT (Yoga-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). Y-CBT is an exciting researched-based treatment model that blends the scientifically documented effects of yoga and Cognitive Behavioral therapy for managing anxiety and depression. Julie Greiner-Ferris LICSW & Manjit Khalsa Ed.D Introduction to YCBT: Saturday 2/4/17 1-5 Overview of theory and treatment concepts (4 CEUs pending) Elements of Y-CBT: Saturday 2/18/17 9-5 Comprehensive instruction of group treatment model. (7.5 ceus pending). Intro is pre-requisite for enrollment to Elements.

12/2/2016

Please visit the Boston University School of Social Work Professional Education webpage for our Spring offerings: bu.edu/ssw/pep or pepssw@bu.edu or 617-353-3756. Announcing NEW Mindfulness Certificate Program string in March; and returning Certificate in CBT with Dan Beck; and Assessment and Treatment of Couples with Dr Mark Gianino. Email: sheehand@bu.edu.

11/14/2016

Sex Therapy Training Program in Boston. Beginning April 4, 2017, the South Shore Sexual Health Center, LLC, (SSSHC) will be providing all of the Core Knowledge Courses and Skills Training CEU's needed to become an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (AASECT) certified Sex Therapist. Our year-long program includes guest presentations from leading figures in the field of Sex Therapy, as well as opportunities for group and individual supervision. Students have the option of joining the program in its entirety at a reduced cost, or dropping-in for individual courses of interest. Please visit our website at www.ssshealthcenter.com for more information.

10/27/2016

Narrative Practice Workshop - March 17-18, 2017 in Boston. This workshop is an introduction to the theory, methods, and applications of narrative practice and narrative medicine. Participants will study with professionals from diverse fields, disciplines, and backgrounds, and will receive practical training that can be incorporated into their lives and careers. 12 CEUs Social Work, 12 CME hours Physicians. Faculty includes Vivian Heller (Bard College), Craig Irvine (Columbia University), Jack Saul (International Trauma Studies Program), Benjamin Schwartz (The New Yorker), and Maura Spiegel (Columbia University). Registration: http://www.narrativepractice.org/workshops_about.html, or email: info@narrativepractice.org.

10/26/2016

Narrative Practice Workshop - March 17-18, 2017 in Boston. This workshop is an introduction to the theory, methods, and applications of narrative practice and narrative medicine. Participants will study with professionals from diverse fields, disciplines, and backgrounds, and will receive practical training that can be incorporated into their lives and careers. 12 CEUs Social Work, 12 CME hours Physicians. Faculty includes Vivian Heller (Bard College), Craig Irvine (Columbia University), Jack Saul (International Trauma Studies Program), Benjamin Schwartz (The New Yorker), and Maura Spiegel (Columbia University). Registration: http://www.narrativepractice.org/workshops_about.html, or email: info@narrativepractice.org.

10/13/2016

Care Dimensions presents Dr. Angelo Volundes and The Conversation: A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-Life Care. Join us on Thursday, November 10 at 4:30pm as Dr. Volandes presents, The Conversation: A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-Life Care. Dr. Volandes argues for a radical re-envisioning of the patient-doctor relationship to ensure patients are at the center of and in control of their medical care. Location: Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliot Street, Danvers. CEUs will be submitted for Nurses, Social Workers and CCM’s. This is a free program. Advance registration is suggested. Register online at CareDimensions.org/calendars or email WDeFelice@CareDimensions.org.

10/11/2016

The Cape Cod Model Free Workshop & GISC Open House For Individual, Couples & Family Therapists. December 9, 10am-1pm • Watertown, MA • 3 Free CEUs Earn 3 free CEU’s, and be introduced to the Cape Cod Model©, a unique and highly impactful intervention model for working with individuals, couples and families. Developed at GISC, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, it has been taught and implemented globally for more than three decades. The Cape Cod Model goes beyond positive psychology and strengths-based practices to engage the competence of the client or client system, while utilizing the power of awareness as a foundation for change. In this short workshop, led by GISC faculty Sharona Halpern, LMHC, and Stuart Simon, LICSW, you will learn and practice the basics of this model and experience how it can enhance your therapeutic impact. APA, NASW-MA, and MMCEP/ MaMHCA CEUs are available. Whether you have experience with contemporary Gestalt practice or not, this program will offer a new approach and insights that will boost your effectiveness and renew enthusiasm for your practice. To sign up or to learn more, email office@gisc.org, call 508.349.7900, or register online for “Free Workshop” at www.gisc.org/register.

10/7/2016

BU School of Social Work announces: Cognitive Processing Theory Workshop. December 5 and 6 // 9am - 5 pm Workshop focusing on using CPT in treating individuals with PTSD. Katy Dondanville, Psy.D., ABPP, Assistant Professor and Licensed Clinical Psychologist, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio. Post Graduate Certificate in the Treatment of Trauma,Begins March 7, 2017 Program designed for all licensed mental health professionals looking to deepen their knowledge of trauma and increase their skill set in its treatment. App deadline: Jan 1, 2017 pepssw@bu.edu @BUSSWPEP.

10/6/2016

Exciting and Engaging Workshop ~ 6 Ethics CEs! Clinical & Ethical Challenges of Working with Youth & Their Families ~ October 28th, Nashua, NH. 6 Ethics CEs. Sponsored by NH Psychological Association. Join us for this highly interactive workshop and learn how to maximize your effectiveness with kids and families. For more information and to register visit http://www.nhpaonline.org/ce/conedu.htm.

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