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What Therapists Should Actually Do for Suicidal Clients: Assessment, safety planning, and least intrusive intervention

Katie Vernoy, MS, LMFT and Curt Widhalm, MA, MS, LMFT | What Therapists Should Actually Do for Suicidal Clients: Assessment, safety planning, and least intrusive intervention (1 CE hour) Suicide assessment is intervention. This course teaches attendees to use suicide assessments as an intervention tool to identify risk factors and create intervention and safety plans …

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What Goes in Your Notes? Interstate therapy practice and documentation for clients considering abortion or gender affirming care

Katie Vernoy, MS, LMFT and Curt Widhalm, MA, MS, LMFT | What Goes in Your Notes? Interstate therapy practice and documentation for clients considering abortion or gender affirming care (1 CE hour) Interstate and telehealth therapy practices have to navigate a series of patchwork laws and must document their practices in ways that are beneficial …

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What is Parental Alienation and How Can Therapists Successfully Treat It?

Curt Widhalm, MA, MS, LMFT and Katie Vernoy, MS, LMFT | What is Parental Alienation and How Can Therapists Successfully Treat it? (1 CE hour) Parents can impact the opinions of children against other people, including their ex-spouses during and after the divorce process. Traditional therapy methods are often inadequate in dealing with the structural …

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Beyond Reimagination: Improving your client outcomes by understanding what big tech is doing right (and wrong) with mental health apps

Katie Vernoy, MS, LMFT and Curt Widhalm, MA, MS, LMFT |Beyond Reimagination: Improving your client outcomes by understanding what big tech is doing right (and wrong) with mental health apps (1 CE hour) The changing field of psychotherapy has impacts on improving client accessibility, while bringing with it legal and ethical hurdles. Claims of the …

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Walk & Talk and Other Non-Traditional Therapy Settings – Part 2

Even before the pandemic hit, many different types of therapeutic programs were happening outside of the office. Substance abuse treatment as well as youth programs were heading out into the great outdoors, public mental health was bringing therapy into folks’ homes and communities, and innovative clinicians were inviting their clients to walk and talk. Now …

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Walk & Talk and Other Non-Traditional Therapy Settings – Part 1

Even before the pandemic hit, many different types of therapeutic programs were happening outside of the office. Substance abuse treatment as well as youth programs were heading out into the great outdoors, public mental health was bringing therapy into folks’ homes and communities, and innovative clinicians were inviting their clients to walk and talk. Now …

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