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Relationship Rebalancing: A new framework

Speaker: Lauren Kahn
CE'S: 1.5
Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy: Relationship Rebalancing: A new framework for relational repair. This previously recorded presentation will introduce a novel approach she has developed for relational repair. Influenced by evidence based models including The Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Therapy and Mindfulness, Relationship Rebalancing provides a framework for guiding clients through difficult conversations and interactions and helps lead them to feeling more connected and compassionate rather than falling into defeat and despair.
*No handouts provided
$25.00
$35.00

Sexual Resensitization for Christians with Sexual Shame

CE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Andrew Mercurio This workshop explores the traumatized sexual mind of Christian clients troubled by sexual shame in heterosexual marriage. Sex-negative legacies, transmitted throughout the history of Christianity, will be examined along with a focus on "sexual re-sensitization" as a therapeutic goal for constructing healthier sexual narratives. Interventions will be framed by sex-positive Christian teachings and integrated with Bowenian, Contextual and Narrative therapies.
$15.00
$25.00

South Carolina Fall Mini Conference 2020

CE Credits: 3.75 Speakers: Elizabeth Pratt, Elizabeth Martin, Jamesha Williams. Join us as we explore ways to facilitate competent and confident conversations around ethics, race, and self-care in the supervision relationship.

Part 1: Remember to Take Care of Yourself! Ethics and Practice of Self-Care for Therapists and Supervisors. This session will be an interactive presentation on the importance of self-care in ethical practice.

Part 2: Race and the Supervisory Relationship: Ethical Considerations. This session will be a conversation between two Marriage and Family Therapists addressing issues that frequently arise in supervision in regards to race, and how white supervisors, in particular, can increase their competence in this area and ensure ethical practices with all supervisees.

**No Handouts were Provided**

$55.00
$70.00

Supporting Transgender Clients

CE: 2.00

Speaker: Alex Iantaffi

*This was recorded from a live webinar put on by the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Geographic Interest Network

This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of working with trans and non-binary clients of all ages. This will include an initial brief introduction to terminology and gender theories, to the current WPATH Standards of Care, and to dominant treatment protocols for trans and non-binary clients across the lifespan in the US. We will discuss the issues that trans and non-binary clients and their families might bring to therapy and how to address these competently and systemically. The role that family therapists might play in the care of trans and non-binary clients and their families will be addressed, including the role that LMFTs might play in supporting clients who may pursue social, medical or legal transition processes. The importance of liaising with other providers, such as medical providers, will also be addressed. Ethical issues in relation to power, dominant discourses of gender and the historical oppression and marginalization of trans and non-binary people will be woven through the workshop and will be addressed from an intersectional perspective.
$30.00
$40.00

The Historical System of Psychotherapy

CE: 3.5
Speaker: Lindsey Marsh

*Recorded from a previous live webinar from the Wisconsin Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. No handouts provided.

The focus of this presentation is the evolution of Best Practice and Ethical Standards over time. This presentation will dig into the history of the mental health profession starting with Freud as the main focal point while also briefly looking at some earlier thinkers too. This presentation will delve into the different time eras and the social/political events that were occurring and that impacted people's decision making processes and sense of security/stability. For example, the impact on professionalism, ethical and legal standards as we navigate through the Victorian Era, WWI, WWII, Korean, Vietnam and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF). In addition, this presentation will outline the impact of the numerous generations; women's rights; Roe v. Wade ruling; civil rights; mass shootings; technology/internet; long-standing oppression and exclusion of voices of color; and insurance coverage of mental health. More specifically, how these cultural changes affected what 'best practice' looked like for ethical, professional, and legal standards over time. Keeping all of this in mind, this presentation is centered around how we view what 'healthy' is via research in the midst of all this change because all of this has impacted our field and what we have viewed and currently view as good practice. Finally, in the time of Covid-19 and mental health, particularly in a state that has very little legislation regulating telehealth, this presentation will address our need to be pioneers and how we as providers will evolve the our field into the future as we adjust to this new normal. This presentation ends with a discussion on how the context of an era directly impacts the professional standards of practice and the need for examination with regards to the happenings of today that will dictate current best practices.
$50.00
$65.00

The Lost Boy

This session, recorded in 1984 by the American Association for marriage and Family Therapy, features Virginia Satir conducting a live, unedited therapy session with a family. The featured family is a large intact family with ten children whose presenting problem is the grief following the loss of one of their children who is missing a year after his abduction. During this experimental session, the family is emotionally and physically engaged through use of stairs, touch, and positioning to reflect the mourning, intersibling rivalry and distances of the father. The DVD offers an excellent demonstration of Satir's open, directive, and special style. Approx. Time: 86 minutes
$74.25
$129.00

Therapy Topic: Children and Divorce

Divorce propels adults and children into numerous adjustments and challenges. This pamphlet answers the questions, How can you help your children? How do you know when to seek help and What help is available for divorcing parents and children?

Written for clients and potential clients, Consumer Updates are designed to educate consumers and market your services. The brochures contain easy-to-understand information and resources and discuss the role of marriage and family therapists in treating problems affecting the public. Consumer Updates have space on the back to attach a business card or imprint practice or contact information. Click here to read the entire contents of this pamphlet.

Each packet contains 25 brochures.
$15.85
$18.75

Therapy Topic: Depression

The hopelessness and helplessness that people experience when they are depressed is more than just a frame of mind -- it is an entire way of being. This pamphlet answers the questions, What are depression's effects on personal and family life? How do you know when to seek help? and What kinds of treatments are commonly used?

Written for clients and potential clients, Consumer Updates are designed to educate consumers and market your services. The brochures contain easy-to-understand information and resources and discuss the role of marriage and family therapists in treating problems affecting the public. Consumer Updates have space on the back to attach a business card or imprint practice or contact information. Click here to read the entire contents of this pamphlet. Each packet contains 25 brochures.
$15.85
$18.75

Therapy Topic: Infidelity

The causes of infidelity are complex and varied. Reasons include low self-esteem, relationship deficits, or a social context in which infidelity is condoned. This pamphlet discusses treatment and recovery.

Written for clients and potential clients, Consumer Updates are designed to educate consumers and market your services. The brochures contain easy-to-understand information and resources and discuss the role of marriage and family therapists in treating problems affecting the public. Consumer Updates have space on the back to attach a business card or imprint practice or contact information. Click here to read the entire contents of this pamphlet. Each packet contains 25 brochures.
$15.85
$18.75

Therapy Topic: Marital Distress

Everyone who is married experiences difficulties, but for some, these troubles reach the point that partners become profoundly disappointed and upset about their marriages and may even come to question whether they want to continue to remain married. Marital distress is very unsettling and the ways marital problems often progress make it easy for things to go from bad to worse.

Written for clients and potential clients, Consumer Updates are designed to educate consumers and market your services. The brochures contain easy-to-understand information and resources and discuss the role of marriage and family therapists in treating problems affecting the public. Consumer Updates have space on the back to attach a business card or imprint practice or contact information. Click here to read the entire contents of this pamphlet. Each packet contains 25 brochures.
$15.85
$18.75