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      November 15, 2019

      Friday   8:30 AM

      15015 E. Indiana Ave.
      Spokane Valley, Washington

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      6 CE Hours - Posttraumatic Growth Workshop | Spokane Valley, WA | November 15, 2019

      6 CE Hours Posttraumatic Growth Workshop for Mental Health Professionals Friday, November 15, 2019 REGISTER EARLY FOR EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT! It is possible for the negative effects of trauma to be transformed into opportunities for growth and a deeper  sense of purpose. Where: Oxford Suites | 15015 E. Indiana Avenue | Spokane Valley, WA Time:    8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Registration begins at 8:00 am) For: Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Social Workers, Marriage/Family Therapists and others with an interest in the topic Cost: $130  EARLY BIRD - REGISTER BY OCTOBER 20, 2019 $145  AFTER OCTOBER 20, 2019 Posttraumatic Growth Workshop for Mental Health Professionals has been approved by NBCC for NBCC credit. Mental Health Professionals, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. NBCC Approval No. SP-3194. This workshop qualifies for continuing education hours required by Washington State Department of Health for licensed mental health counselors, marriage/family therapists, and social workers. Student, group, nonprofit discounts available -  contact Cindy Meyer  | (360) 464-0662 Learning Objectives: Participants will understand the key elements of posttraumatic growth. Participants will learn concepts and processes to assist clients in recognizing their PTG and how they might recognize and facilitate PTG with their clients. Participants will gain an understanding of how posttraumatic growth can stem from posttraumatic stress disorder. Participants will gain knowledge about the latest research  regarding posttraumatic growth and how that information is useful in assisting their clients. Note: This training combines both lecture and interactive learning. Participants will gain knowledge of: trauma, psychological distress and other factors involved in the development of PTSD the history of the field of Posttraumatic Growth (PTG), and knowledge of the pioneers in the field Assumptive World, Deliberate Rumination, Accommodation and other key PTG concepts and processes the importance of support, disclosure, and affect regulation with PTG the role of the therapist in PTG and the concept of Expert Companion the biology of trauma and how it relates to both PTSD and PTG areas of growth as it relates to PTG how to recognize posttraumatic growth and the role a narrative can play in facilitating posttraumatic growth with clients phases of PTG the developing model for PTG how to apply knowledge you gained during workshop with your clients Trainer: Keith Meyer, M.S., LMHC, has been a counselor for over 28 years, 15 of those years working with veterans & their families. His practice emphasizes serving people who have experienced trauma event(s), assists them in understanding how those experiences affect their lives, and how trauma can provide an opportunity for Posttraumatic Growth. During 2018, Keith presented over 40 posttraumatic growth workshops to mental health professionals, veterans, staff members, families and others impacted by trauma. Keith provides training on PTSD, Trauma, and Posttraumatic Growth to colleges, government agencies, mental health providers, medical health providers, and nonprofit agencies. In addition, he provides consultation on trauma issues to a variety of agencies, organization, mental health providers, and medical health providers.   Recent Comments From Workshop Participants: “I highly recommend this exceptional training on the emerging field of Post-Traumatic Growth (PTG).  Learning how to provide the best pathways to healing through PTG is some of the most important and relevant training I have ever received, and a true new direction in the mental health/advocacy field.” "Really exceptional training. Useful, critically important information for my work. Thank you!" "This is the best continuing education training I've attended!" "Excellent training! I will use this information to better serve the clients I work with." Questions? Registration:  (360) 464-0662 Trainer: (360) 250-0781

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