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Ethical Decision Making in Psychotherapy & Counseling

This program will provide 3 hours of continuing education in ethics, law, professional conduct and risk management to satisfy Maryland licensure requirements.


Effective Interventions for First Episode Psychosis - ZOOM seminar

This ZOOM seminar will focus on the spectrum of illnesses known as schizophrenia and related disorders, with special emphasis on intervention and treatment for first episode psychosis. This will include historical perspective and etiology, assessment and differential diagnosis, and successful interventions and treatment approaches.


Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder or Seasonal Depression

Do the shorter days and winter months get you down? Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression that typically occurs in the fall and continues into the winter months. During this virtual program, Dr.


Working with Couples: The Relationship Enhancement (R) Model

This skills-based program will teach clinicians concrete and practical skills for working with couples and families. The Relationship Enhancement® (RE) Model is a psychoeducational program and brief therapy model that employs a skills-training methodology for empowering distressed couples and families.


The Teenage Mind: Unraveling the Mystery

Adolescents are one of the more difficult therapy groups to counsel. Their brains function differently than adults. Many years of research has confirmed that the brain continues to develop well into a youth’s early 20’s.


Psychopharmacology for the Non-Prescriber - ZOOM seminar

This 4-hour Zoom seminar will provide a comprehensive review and update of commonly prescribed medications for the treatment of various mental health disorders, to include ADHD, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, psychosis and others.


Ketamine Therapy for Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD)

Research studies have shown that untreated depression adversely affects the brain and can cause long-term damage as well as increase the risk for cognitive impairment. Esketamine, a drug made from ketamine, has been approved by the FDA and proven to be effective for patients who do not respond to traditional antidepressant treatment.


Creative Ways to Incorporate Music in the Therapeutic Process

As humans, we use music in our everyday lives – to motivate us while we exercise, calm our nerves, express our feelings, and connect with others. This is because music affects us neurologically, physiologically, and psychosocially.


The Connection Between Attachment and Substance Use Disorders

This continuing education seminar will discuss attachment theory and how unhealthy attachment can influence substance use.


Overview of EMDR Therapy

This workshop will provide an overview of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and treatment protocols. Discussion will include how EMDR therapy works, EMDR best practices, how to identify client readiness for EMDR treatment, what clients can expect, and when to refer a client for EMDR treatment.