Our Programs

 
 
 

The Secrets and Soft skills of CBT

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Develop a framework and arm themselves with the secret tools of CBT. 

•Become familiar with the foundations of CBT.

•Develop mastery of some key techniques of CBT.

•Develop a framework when using CBT.

Availability

Wednesday – July 18, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

Symptom Contextualization: Psychosis

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Master the principle of symptom contextualization for psychosis.

•Master the differential diagnoses for psychosis.

•Master the available interventions for symptoms of psychosis.

•Become familiar with and master the concept of symptom contextualization.

•Role play, practice and learn to implement principles and techniques. 

 

Availability

Wednesday – August 1, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

How do I help my Clients Make Better Decisions? The Socratic Method and Motivational Interviewing

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Become familiar with Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its principles.

•Learn about the implementation of MI strategies.

•Master key principles to evoke change.

•Learn how to use the Socratic Method and Motivational Interviewing to maximize results with patients and clients. 

 

Availability

Wednesday – August 15, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

How do I help my Clients Make Better Decisions?

The Socratic Method and Motivational Interviewing

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Become familiar with Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its principles.

•Learn about the implementation of MI strategies.

•Master key principles to evoke change.

•Learn how to use the Socratic Method and Motivational Interviewing to maximize results with patients and clients. 

 

Availability

Wednesday – September 5, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017

 

Will they Die by Suicide or Not?

The Secrets of Suicide Risk Assessment

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Develop full competency in doing a comprehensive, and reliable suicide risk assessment.

•Expand expertise in managing chronic and acute suicide risk.

•Learn to make use of the biopsychosocial and cultural model for complete risk determination and mitigation plan.

 

Availability

Wednesday – September 19, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017

 

New Strategies for Working with Justice-Involved Individuals

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Learn the Why, How, What and, Then What of working with Justice-Involved patients and clients.

•Become familiar with and master different techniques used in clinical settings with Justice-Involved patients and clients.

•Learn and master the general principles, and the do’s and don’ts of working with Justice-Involved patients and clients.  

•Role play, practice and learn to implement learned principles and techniques.

 

Availability

Wednesday – October 3, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

New Strategies to Working with Traumatized Clients

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Become versed in the differential diagnoses for PTSD and the several pitfalls to avoid from a symptom contextualization perspective.

•Master the diagnostic formulation of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

•Master the differential diagnoses for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

•Master the available interventions for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

 

Availability

Wednesday – October 17, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

New Strategies for Engaging Patients and Clients

 

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Learn and master advanced tools to best engage patients and clients.

•Become familiar with and master the barriers to engagement.

•Become familiar with and master the engagement promoting factors.

•Learn and master The Why, The How, and The What of Engagement.

•Learn and mater the Tips to Maximize Engagement.

•Role play, practice and implement learned principles and techniques.

 

Availability

Wednesday – October 31, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

De-escalation Skills Training

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Learn the Why, How, What and, Then What of De-Escalation.

•Learn the five reasons why clients and patients are likely to escalate

•Become familiar with different de-escalation techniques used in clinical settings and fieldwork.

•Learn the general principles, and do’s and don’ts of de-escalation.

•Practice the de-escalations strategies discussed and learn how to best implement them in daily practice.

 

Availability

Wednesday – November 16, 2018

Time: 9am- 4pm

6 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

Wearing your Psychodynamically Informed Hat

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Become familiar with and master the key concept of psychodynamically informed Care.

•Become familiar with and master new strategies to working in a psychodynamically informed manner.

•Master the concept of defense mechanism and using it to better understand and treat our clients.

•Learn and master strategies to wear your psychodynamic hat when using CBT, MI, supportive therapy or any other treatment modalities.

•Role play, practice and learn to implement learned principles and techniques.

 

Availability

Wednesday – December 5, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


 

Do Gangs, Jails, and Prisons Have Their Own Culture: Cultural Sensitivity in Agency Practice

 

AT THE END OF THIS SEMINAR, ATTENDEES WILL:

•Become familiar with cultural nuances in clinical practice.

•Master the different cultures and subcultures in clinical practice.

•Become familiar with the most common cultural bound syndromes.

•Learn to engage individuals from different cultures and subcultures. 

 

Availability

Wednesday – December 19, 2018

Time: 9am- 1pm

4 CEU credits


Location

535 5th Ave, 4th Floor
Manhattan, NY 10017


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