Fall Recap of Staff Learning and Development:
Our group completed our reading and discussion of Dan Siegel's book, Mindsight.
Susan attended the following trainings:
"Making Meaning in Therapy: How to Help People Shape Their Lives"
Jake Eagle, LPC
"Positive Psychotherapy: The Application of Positive Psychology in Clinical Settings"
Tayyab Rashid, PhD, CPsych
"Self-Compassion and Emotional Resilience"
Kristin Neff, PhD
"After the Affair: From Trauma to ... Forgiveness?"
Janis Abrahms Spring, PhD, ABPP
"Therapy with Perfectionistic People: When Being Good Is Not Enough"
Michael Brustein, PsyD
"Understanding and Treating Shame"
Darlene Lancer, JD, MA, MFT
"Ethical Considerations: Managing Risks of Inadvertent Negative
Consequences in the Practice of Psychotherapy"
Rick Hanson, PhD
Thom attended a workshop in Chicago - The Neuroscience of Attachment in Psychotherapy with Dr. Dan Siegel
Completed a new phase of certification training in EFT: Externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy for CouplesCore Skills I, II, III, IV, and V in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples
Competed certification training for Prepare/Enrich Couples Program.
Served as panelist for professional seminar on discussing the use of Self in Psychotherapy When Providing Care to Your Own Elderly or Dying Parents
David attended workshop onUsing Art Therapy techniques in practice led by former colleague Dr. Megan Mann
Spoke at the Southeastern Region of the American Association of Pastoral Counseling;
Attended workshops on Increasing Our Capacity to Love with Brent Atkinson; Black Lives Matter in Pastoral Counseling with Rev Brady Radford; Counseling and Time with Dr Jim Coffman at the AAPC Meeting;
Attended the GCDA Fall Professional Development Institute’s Workshop on Using Chaos Theory in Career Development with Dr. Lauren Daley
Elizabeth attended an 8 day silent meditation retreat in October.
Joe completed a new phase of certification training in EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy).
Attended a Georgia Society for Social Work Training on Anger Management.