Online Workshops

225

Dangerous Shortcuts – Ethics of Artificial Intelligence and Bots in Therapy

This cutting-edge and timely ethics training will provide an overview of common uses of AI in therapy.

325

Self-Regulation for Adults: The Break Through Process

Every client has the ability to discover the answers within to dissolve repetitive negative patterns.

225

Mastering the Difficult Conversation: The Four Key Skills for Leading Change and Leveraging Possibility in Any Situation

Learn to convert challenging and seemingly intractable moments into opportunities for compassion, common humanity and positive momentum.

325

Treating Complex Trauma with Trauma-Informed Internal Family Systems

This advanced course is designed to bridge the gap between a working knowledge of IFS and working with Complex Trauma.

225

An Integrated Approach to Treating Complex Trauma

Sheri Van Dijk will teach some essential perspectives and skills to help you and your clients get unstuck in treatment.

225

Helping with Codependency: Practical Interventions

This brief course will review the evidence provided by research on codependency.

225

Patterns in Abusive Relationships: Codependence and Dependent Personality Disorder

This course reviews what patterns to look for in healthy and in abusive relationships in your clients.

325

Sensorimotor Therapy Techniques for Trauma Treatment: Practical Skills

165

Family Killers: Patterns, Profiles, Risk Factors, and Consequences

An introduction to the different manifestations of family violence as well as causes, consequences, and risk factors.

325

Trauma Recovery After Loss: Skills for Diagnosis and Treatment

Loss, isolation, trauma, anxiety, and grief are commonplace for many people, and will likely continue to be with the various global challenges we can see actively hitting home for so many.

165

Driver Aggression and Road Rage: Causes and Clinical Interventions

Aggressive driving and road rage are concerning behaviors that have significant societal implications.

325

Grief Therapy: Clinical Tools to Assess and Treat Normative and Prolonged Grief Disorder

When your clients are devastated by loss, they’re counting on you to guide them through their pain. But grief is unpredictable, often misunderstood, and leaves wounds that linger for years afterward.

215

Practical Neuroscience of Sleep

In this short 2-hour seminar, designed specifically for mental health professionals, we will explore the fascinating field of sleep neuroscience and its relevance to mental health and wellbeing.

225

Psychoneuroimmunology: Mind-Body Science for 21st Century Healthcare

Learn how PNI demonstrates mind and body connections at cellular and molecular levels and how thought, emotions and immunity are intimately linked.

325

Navigating Narcissism with Courage and Empathy – Clinical Tools and Techniques

Learn to use effective strategies grounded in emotional engagement and the therapy relationship.

325

A Master Class Series on Client-Specific Approaches to Therapeutic Insight

With over thirty years of experience, working with clients from around the world, Short brings a great deal of clinical wisdom to the classroom as well as a palpable appreciation for each person’s growth potential.

325

Addiction, Trauma, and the Family: Treatment Tools for Change

Addiction is indeed a family disease and we will journey into the family dynamics to look at how to support individuals struggling with addiction.

165

Complicated Spiritual Grief

Knowing how to identify the impact of complicated spiritual grief in the grieving process is imperative.

275

Helping Clients Recover Sexual and Relational Health After Sexual Trauma

This course explores what comes next as clients move toward sexual and relational health.

215

Ethics and Boundaries – Avoiding Pitfalls and Preserving the Alliance

lease join us to increase your knowledge and insight into appropriately setting ethical boundaries in challenging situations with clients.

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