1 hour of CE credit
This experiential workshop introduces principles of solution-focused organizational consulting. Organizations re-focus their mission and purpose whenever there is a change in leadership and experience growing pains as they mature. Applying solution focused principles assists organizations in identifying and moving toward their preferred futures as well as navigating the evolution and growth within their organization. Workshop participants will engage in a simulated consultation process in order to practice solution-focused strategies and interventions.
Presented by: Bruce Ross; Alycia N. DeGraff
2.5 hours of CE credit
Bridging therapeutic skill sets with financial counseling techniques allow therapists to better address the financial stressors and issues presented by clients. The presenters will teach therapists how to appropriately communicate about financial stressors, teach common financial therapy interventions, address specific financial issues, be aware of potential ethical implications, and address common cognitive and emotional biases in financial decision making.
Presented by: Suzanne Midori Hanna, PhD; Deepu V. George, Ph.D.; Morgan A. Stinson, PhD
3 hours of CE credit
Brain research encourages attention to biopsychosocial and spiritual dimensions of clinical work. Interventions that are body-oriented align with human stress responses and reward systems. This presentation reviews brain basics and creative pivot points across individual, couple, family, and community domains. Exercises address self of the therapist and denonstrate how to integrate neuroscience principles with attachment-related clinical processes.