Licensed mental health practitioners offer on-going individual and triadic clinical supervision and professional development for MFT, CSW, PCC and PhD. Supervision and professional development may take place in-person or via video conferencing within legal limits.
We offer a variety of learning opportunities that cover mental health topics in self-guided and facilitator-led sessions. Previous mental health training not required.
Our Learning Center will re-open soon. In the meantime, please scroll down for a sample of courses, as well as customized topics.
These Learning Opportunities are geared towards mental health consumers and support system members. Previous mental health training not required.
An evidence-based 8-hour course for parents, family members, educators and other adults who interact with 12 to 18 year-old and transitional-aged youth. Learn about adolescent development, specific mental illnesses, suicide prevention and practice a 5-step intervention. Watch "Said No Teen Ever."
Women with ADHD tend to be under-diagnosed because characteristics tend toward inattentive versus hyperactive. Join Sherri Cannon for a brief overview of neuroscience research about ADHD with a specific focus on inattentive ADHD in women & girls. You can join this webinar from anywhere using Zoom on your smart device.
Join up to 24 smart, creative women as we dive deeper into these ADHD topics. We’ll use a private group portal called Basecamp where we’ll connect, share resources & questions, support one another & laugh together. You’ll leave each session with a learning assignment for the week ahead. ADHD is a lot easier when you have the right tribe!
These Learning Opportunities include clinical supervision & professional development for MFT, CSW, PCC and PhD practitioners to foster in-depth understanding, self-discovery, and skill-building that promotes mental health.
There is a shortage of mental health practitioners who are prepared to work with clients from disadvantaged and marginalized populations. This shortage is in part because the majority of practitioners are White Americans. This 4-part series engages participants in an exploration of white racial identity development, white privilege and mental health to build capacity for anti-racist ally-ship and leadership in therapeutic settings.
Weekly 1-hour clinical supervision for Trainees or Associate Professional Clinical Counselors is available with an LPCC who is qualified to provide supervision per the BBS.
Weekly 2-hour triadic clinical supervision for 2 Trainees or Associate Professional Clinical Counselors is available with an LPCC who is qualified to provide supervision per the BBS.
These Learning Opportunities could include live in-person and online workshops with knowledge and skill building, as well as dialogue and reflection.
Review statistics about suicide ideation, attempts and completion. Learn about protective factors and community resources for suicide intervention. Practice asking a life-saving question.
Understand how stress manifests in your body and what you can do to reduce negative effects of stress on a daily basis.
Stigma is a barrier to getting help when mental health challenges arise. Learn about them and what you can do to de-stigmatize mental health.
Explore a comprehensive look at mental health that addresses individual, family, social, and environmental factors that impact mental health.
Learn about traditional and alternative evidence-based treatments that promote mental health. Talk-therapy is definitely not the only way!
Review best practices in therapeutic settings. Explore strategies for getting the most out of therapy.