Idaho Counseling Association

Upcoming events

    • 28 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • Treasure Wellness - 2176 E. Franklin Road, Suite 100, Meridian, ID
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    Idaho Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling

    Monthly Meeting
    Every Fourth Saturday of the Month

    September 28, 2019
    9:00 a.m.

    You are invited to attend our next monthly meeting!

    2019-20 Meetings:
    August 24, September 28, October 26, November 9 (at ICA Conference),
    January 25, February 22, March 28, April 25, May 23, June 27

    This meeting is open to all members or interested people curious of IDASERVIC.
    We will discuss our open positions on the board, upcoming workshops and conferences, and other events  for the year.
    Please invite a friend, all are welcome to support our vision.
    We look for to hearing from you and/or seeing you on Saturday. 

    Check out our website for past meeting minutes HERE.

    For those of you in the Treasure Valley:

    Treasure Wellness - 2176 E. Franklin Road, Suite 100, Meridian, ID

    You may also join us via video conference thanks to Zoom video conferencing!

    Join URL:  https://zoom.us/j/9842163637

    Any questions?
    Contact us at idaservic@gmail.com


    • 08 Oct 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • ISU - Meridian Campus - Room 681 - 1311 E. Central Drive and Pocatello Campus - 921 S 8th Ave - Garrison 710
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    Questions?  Contact us at idaservic@gmail.com

    Idaho Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2013. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Idaho Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.

    • 01 Nov 2019
    • 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM
    • Boise Public Library, First Floor, Gates Room, 715 S Capitol Blvd, Boise, ID 83702
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    Attendees eligible to earn 1.5 Free CE's.

    A peer consultation group is comprised of clinicians who meet to provide feedback and support as they discuss challenging cases, ethical dilemmas, professional issues, and the effects of work on their well-being.

    If you would like feedback, bring a condensed, de-identified counseling practice issue to share.  Get support and access to the wisdom and experience of other practitioners. Or, come and just be a part of providing feedback to other providers.

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 7:00 AM (MST)
    • 09 Nov 2019
    • 5:00 PM (MST)
    • Boise Centre East
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    *Pre-Conference

    Wednesday, November 6, 2019 & Thursday, November 7, 2019

    *Separate Registration Required

    Regular Conference

    Friday, November 8, 2019 & Saturday, November 9, 2019

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Integrated Behavioral Health: Professional Pathways, Practice Development and Application for Counselors

    Presented by: Anne Daggett, LCSW, Ashley Anderson, BS, Dr. Amy Walters, and Jennifer Yturriondobeitia, MSW 

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    Program will present  information on operational organization and maintenance of evidence based integrated behavioral health programs,  clinical instruction and application of effective treatment modalities in integrated settings, unique workforce opportunities and challenges  for professional counselors,  concluding with panel discussion with Licensed Professional Counselors currently delivering integrated behavioral health services. 

    Learning Objectives 

    1. Explain integrated behavioral health services in primary care settings and why these services are important for overall  population health.
    2. Understand basic elements of the evidence base Primary Care Behavioral Health Model (PCBH)
    3.Comprehend operational strategies to implement and maintain an effective PCBH program
    4. Learn and practice clinical elements and application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy/Focused Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in an integrated behavioral health setting.
    5. Experience perspectives  from other Licensed Counselors currently working in integrated behavioral health

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Building Resilient Families through use of the Strengthening Families Protective Factors to lead to Healthy Outcome for Positive Experiences (HOPE).

    Presented by: Miriam Staffen, LPC

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

       

    Promoting resilience in parents and youth means making an intentional effort to comment of strengths, no matter how small. It means genuine appreciation of progress and a willingness to stand in awe of how families stay strong as they face life’s difficulties.

    Learning Objectives

    • To be able to identify the five protective factors: Parental Resilience, Social Connections, Concrete Support in Times of Need, Knowledge of Child Development and Parenting, and Social Emotional Health of Children and their Parents. In order to promote the best outcomes for childhood experiences.
    • To understand that stressed brains don’t learn the same, by gaining knowledge about early brain development, toxic stress, and other forms of adverse experiences children face.
    • Our goal is to protect families from being overwhelmed by the stress in their lives, thereby decreasing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect. Strengthening Families is not something we do to someone else or a program we work on a family; every individual and family already has the protective factors and our job is to notice, name, and explain them in our daily work.
    • To understand how framing the work with the Strengthening Families Protective Factors, with an understanding of ACEs, the biology of stress and resilience as well as the first 1000 days of brain development will allow for a rich and relevant experience. The participants will experience a very personal training, because we can’t teach what we do not know within ourselves to be true.

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Creating Ethical Practical Strategies for Supervision: An Advanced Supervision Workshop

    Presented by: Christian D. Chan, PhD, NCC, Jessica Henderson, PhD, LPC, NCC, and Lynn Bohecker, PhD, LMFT

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    1:00 - 3:00pm 

    Supervision has served as a longstanding practice within the counseling profession to implement best practices, ethical mandates, and care for clients and students.  Formed as an integral part of counselor professional identity in striving towards best practices, supervision in counseling has served as a substantial tool in firmly influencing the professional identity, definitions, and practices of professional counseling (Kaplan, Tarvydas, & Gladding, 2014).  With the history of supervision in the counseling profession, supervisory practices and relationships have ultimately become the vehicle to strengthen conceptualizations of wellness, developmental models, and multicultural and social justice-focused strategies among supervisees and trainees.  Connected to these overarching professional issues, supervision has been embedded as a substantial portion in a number of guiding ethical documents, including the CACREP 2016 Standards, the ACA Code of Ethics (2014), and the ACES Supervision Best Practices Guidelines (Borders et al., 2014).  Currently, CACREP 2016 Standards require doctoral students to participate in supervised experiential training towards the development of their own supervisory practices while Master’s students must participate in several supervised counseling experiences, including site supervision, group supervision, and university-based individual/triadic supervision.  Although doctoral programs vary in their methods of developing supervisors, several key concerns regarding supervision continue to surface, including (a) time limitations on experiential learning with supervision (e.g., supervision of supervision only during one semester; supervision of supervision limited to practicum); (b) limited training options for Master’s-level practitioners and licensed counselors; and (c) a lacking balance of practical supervisory strategies with theoretical development.  Intended as an Advanced Supervision workshop, the presenters will co-construct dialogue with the audience to demonstrate role-plays, application of knowledge, and implementation of new strategies contingent in four advanced areas: (a) multicultural and social justice-focused supervision; (b) consultation groups; (c) ethics; and (d) the Counselor Feedback Training Model (CFTM; Swank & McCarthy, 2013).

       

     

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM
    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision (15 hrs)

    Presented by: Camille Frank, M.Coun., LPC, NCC, Timothy J Hakenewerth, Ed.S., LPC, NCC, and Jessica Henderson, Ph.D., LPC, NCC

    Wednesday & Thursday, November 6 & 7, 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    1:00 - 5:00pm 

    This 15-hour presentation is designed for counselors who plan to become credentialed supervisors.  Supervision is an essential part of counselor training and supervisors must engage in informed practice to support the growth of their supervisees and the continued strength of the profession.  The presentation will cover the fundamentals of clinical supervision, including models and formats of supervision, types of supervision, and approaches to assessment and evaluation. Ethical and multicultural considerations will be integrated throughout the presentation.  The presentation will include dyadic instruction, discussion, case vignettes, and experiential learning activities that provide participants an opportunity to apply content in pairs or small groups.
    Attendees will be provided the necessary theory, application, and experiential practice to translate these important themes into the supervisory experience. 
       

     

       

     

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Ethical Considerations for Counselors in Schools and Private Practice (3 hrs)

    Presented by: Wanda B. Bouchard, MA, LPC, NCC and Kerry Elder, MA, LPC

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    9:00am - 12:00pm 

          

    This presentation will provide a summary of ethical considerations with a focus on trends in ethical complaints. Ethical dilemmas are complex and without proper consideration can be detrimental to all involved. Professional liability allegations and the resulting court findings will be reviewed.

    Learning Objectives

    1. Participants will review ethical codes across various organizations.
    2. Participants will gain an understanding of current trends in liability allegations.
    3. Participants will leave with an understanding of how and when to utilize ethical decision making models.

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Trauma Doesn't Have to be a Life Sentence!

    Presented by: Rick Boyes, PhD LCPC

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    1:00 - 5:00pm

    Misdiagnosed or ineffectively treated, the effects of traumatic experiences simply do not get better with time and talk therapy alone has proven to be largely ineffective in bringing lasting results.  Join leading trauma expert Dr. Rick Boyes and dramatically enhance your journey towards trauma competency.  

    • Understand the unique challenges of treating Complex Trauma and PTSD
    • Avoid common mistakes in initial sessions with trauma survivors
    • Learn powerful techniques that immediately reduce anxiety and panic
    • Coping skills are not enough...learn to resolve the core issues

       

     

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Affective Neuroscience for Counselors: The science of emotion

    Presented by: Dan Bayly, LCPC

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    1:00 - 5:00pm

     Affective Neuroscientists have identified seven distinct affective systems located deep within our brains. Once we understand the root of human emotions as arising from deep within our primitive brain rather than as a cognitive process, we can begin to approach treatment for our clients in new and more effective ways.

    - participants identify the 7 affective systems and related emotions
    - participants will understand the affective framework for disorders such as ADHD, Autism, and PTSD
    -participants will identify ways to intervene on a ""deep"" brain level for their clients
    -participants will practice explaining emotion from an affective perspective to help their clients understand emotional processes more deeply. 

     

       

     

    • 06 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Helping the Healers: Understanding, Recognizing, and Responding to Vicarious Trauma

    Presented by: Leslie Stewart, LPC, PhD

    Wednesday, November 6th , 2019

    1:00 - 5:00pm

     
     
    The presenter will discuss key concepts and current literature relevant to vicarious trauma in helping professionals and aid attendees in learning to identify risk factors and address symptoms of vicarious trauma. 

    1) Identify and describe current literature and key concepts relevant to Vicarious Trauma, 2) Understand risk factors and symptoms of vicarious trauma in self and others, 3) Create strategies for preventing and addressing symptoms of vicarious trauma in self and others, 4) Identify and discuss legal, ethical, multicultural, and social justice considerations relevant to identifying and responding to vicarious trauma in self and others.  

       

     

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Counseling Autistic Individual

    Presented by: Michelle Lizotte, PhD, LPC, CRC 

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    As there are many more autistic individuals that need mental health treatment than there are therapists/counselors willing/able to serve them, this session is meant to educate and empower professionals to treat this population.  

     Learning Objectives: 

    1. Attendees will be guided through a summary of recent literature highlighting the significant societal challenges experienced by autistic adults.
    2. Attendees will explore various evidence based treatment approaches.
    3. Attendees will apply treatment approaches to case study examples.

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Learning the Ins and Out of the New ASCA Model- 4th Edition

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    The American School Counselor Association has recently released a 4th edition to the ASCA National Model for School Counselors.  This is an opportunity to learn about the changes and how to implement it in a school setting.

     Learning Objectives: 

    1. Become Familiar with the ASCA National Model 4th Addition
    2. Understand What it Means to RAMP and how to RAMP
    3. Begin to Plan How to Implement the ASCA National Model in Your Own Program

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    The Road To Awesome

    Presented by: Dr. Darrin Peppard

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    1:00 - 5:00pm 

    Your school should be a place where everyone has ownership and pride, a place where all who enter know they are part of something special. But all too often we have students and adults who don't feel that important connection. This session is all about proactive ways to ensure those 'ghosts' feel seen, heard, and loved.

     

     Learning Objectives:

    *How to make the look of your school personalized and give students pride in their campus
    *How to give meaningful recognition to adults and students to ensure they feel valued and part of their school’s culture
    *How to lead your school with a culture focused on relationships, academics, and excellence

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Play Therapy with the Neurodiverse

    Presented by: Lori A. Fairgrieve, PhD, LCPC, LMFT, RPT-S

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    8:00am - 12:00pm 

    1:00 - 5:00pm 

    Approximately one in five children is in some way neurologically diverse, meaning their brains function is “atypical.” Neurodiverse children have many challenges.  This preconference will help practitioners better identify and understand neurodiversity and how play therapy can be an effective way to help these children and their families' thrive.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Be aware of the types of presenting problems the neurodiverse child presents positively impacted by play
    • Be able to conceptualize a neurodiverse child’s presenting problem(s) developmentally
    • Understand the ethical and multicultural issues associated with the use of play with the neurodiverse child
    • Become comfortable using play therapy activities with the neurodiverse child

     

     

     

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Introduction to Play Therapy

     

    Presented by: Dan Bayly, LCPC, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    1:00pm - 5:00pm 

    This presentation provides a basic introduction to play therapy.  The history and theory behind play therapy will be reviewed as well as basic techniques and concepts.  Play therapy can be applied to nearly any existing counseling theory and counselors who currently work with children or who are interested in incorporating play into their practice will learn how to begin using play therapeutically, the process for becoming credentialed as a play therapist, how play therapy fits among the many creative and expressive arts therapies, and the evidence behind play therapy as an effective approach across ages.

    Learning Objectives: 

    - Understand the value of metaphor in play therapy
    -Practice basic play therapy skills of tracking and reflecting
    -Learn and practice three different structured interventions which can be incorporated into their practice immediately
    -Identify the steps to becoming a play therapist and integrating this effective approach into practice with clients

     

     

     

     

    • 07 Nov 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Boise Centre East
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    Brain Love: Proactive Counseling Practices and Interventions Based on the Latest Research in Neuroscience, Trauma, and Positive Psychology

     Presented by: Lyndsay Morris, M.Ed, RYT-200

    Thursday, November 7th, 2019

    1:00pm - 5:00pm 

    Isn’t it odd that the brain is the mechanism we use to learn, but it’s hardly taught about in school? The brain is the control center for our thoughts, words, and actions and when we focus on the brain’s response to stress, rather than behaviors (symptoms), we create powerful change.
     
    When students understand how their brain learns best and the “why” behind their impulsivity, anger, frustration, and lack of focus, we empower them to choose positive choices that promote self-regulation, focus, and compassion. In this session, you will learn simple practices, innovative counseling techniques, and effective interventions based on the latest research in neuroscience, trauma, and positive psychology.

    Learning Objectives: 

    Through fun, engaging activities, ""priming the brain"" strategies, and mindful practices, participants will:
    1. Deepen your understanding of the human brain, human needs, and the impact of integrating trauma-informed practices.
    2. Experience 40+ activities and strategies that build connection to self and others, teaching self-regulation, focus, and kindness.
    3. Understand how to teach healthy ways to release stress/trauma from the body and learn how to create a Regulation Station in your classroom or office.
    4. Develop a trauma-informed action plan to immediately integrate these practices into your setting.

     

     

     

     

Past events

06 Sep 2019 IMHCA Peer Consultation Group
24 Aug 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
20 Jul 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
12 Jul 2019 IMHCA Peer Consultation Group
01 Jun 2019 2019 Leadership Development Institute
11 May 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
13 Apr 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
05 Apr 2019 IDASERVIC Healing the Healer Weekend Workshop 2019
09 Mar 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
20 Feb 2019 Legislative Luncheon
09 Feb 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
12 Jan 2019 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
08 Dec 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
16 Nov 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - HOPE Conquers ACES: Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - 5 Mindful Ways to Shift the Climate of Your Classroom
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Modifying SBIRT for Suicide Intervention
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Inspiring Children and Adolescents Through Creativity - Using Art Expression in Play Therapy
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Ethical Considerations for Counselors in Schools and Private Practice
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Cultivating a Sense of Belonging through College and Career Readiness
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Counseling Adolescents and Adults with Autism
15 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - ʺI’m in the playroom with a client…now what?ʺ The Nuts and Bolts of Child-Centered Play Therapy
14 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Advanced Interventions in Trauma Counseling
14 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - ESAs in Depth: Understanding the Risks, Benefits, Opportunities, and Challenges of Emotional Support Animals
14 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Fortifying Gatekeeper Skills in Evidence-Based Suicide Prevention
14 Nov 2018 Idaho Career Developmentr Month Proclamation
14 Nov 2018 PreConference - Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision
14 Nov 2018 PreConference - Advanced Supervision Training
14 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - Community Lobbying 101 for Counselors
14 Nov 2018 Pre-Conference - What Every Clinician Should Know about Effectively Assessing and Managing Suicide
14 Nov 2018 2018 Super Conference
13 Oct 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
13 Oct 2018 Integrating Spirituality into the Counseling Session: Ethical Considerations
08 Sep 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
11 Aug 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
14 Jul 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
15 Jun 2018 Leadership Development Institute 2018
09 Jun 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
12 May 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
04 May 2018 IDASERVIC Heal the Healer Weekend Workshop
21 Apr 2018 IDAMFC MEET, GREET & EAT
14 Apr 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
13 Apr 2018 IDASERVIC Spring 2018 Ethics Workshop in Northern Idaho
10 Mar 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
10 Feb 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
26 Jan 2018 Game Night Social
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Conversations that Matter
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Introduction to Best Practices in Animal Assisted Therapy in Counseling: Provider Competence, Ethics, and Techniques
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Ethical Practice when Working with Minority Children
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Foundations of Group Therapy: Process and Procedures
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Advanced Supervision Training: Acknowledging the Needs of Seasoned counselors and Advocating for an Evolving Profession
25 Jan 2018 PreConference - Internal Family Systems at the Cutting Edge of Trauma Treatment
24 Jan 2018 PreConference - Advocating for Your Clients Using Music, Movement, and Metaphor in Play Therapy - Part 2&3
24 Jan 2018 PreConference - Ethics for Crisis and Trauma Intervention
24 Jan 2018 PreConference - Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision
24 Jan 2018 Pre Conference - Advocating for our Clients Using Miniatures, Music, Movement, and Metaphor in Play Therapy - Part 1,2&3
24 Jan 2018 PreConference - Advance Supervision Training: Acknowledging the Needs of Seasoned Counselors and Advocating for an Evolving Profession
24 Jan 2018 Pre Conference - Advocating for our Clients in Play Therapy Through the Creative use of Miniatures - Part 1
24 Jan 2018 PreConference - Connecting to Your Creative Self
24 Jan 2018 ICA 2018 Annual Conference
13 Jan 2018 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
09 Dec 2017 IDASERVIC Monthly Meeting
12 May 2017 IDASERVIC 2017 Spring Workshop - Embracing Spirituality: A Self Care Retreat for the Health Care Professional
11 Mar 2017 IDAMFC Spring Workshop
16 Feb 2017 Legislative Meet and Greet Luncheon
28 Jan 2017 Additional Annual Awards Luncheon Ticket
27 Jan 2017 Friday Night Membership Reception - Dueling Pianos
27 Jan 2017 Graduate Student Luncheon with Keynotes
27 Jan 2017 ICA 2017 Annual Conference
26 Jan 2017 Counselors & Self-Care: 5 Ways to Prevent Compassion Fatigue
26 Jan 2017 The Art of Healing: Understanding Trauma, Grief, and Loss
26 Jan 2017 Sandtray Therapy - Growing the Client and the Counselor in the Sand
26 Jan 2017 The Complexity of Eating Disorders in the 21st Century
26 Jan 2017 Using Your Personal Experience to Enhance and Improve Your Client's Life
25 Jan 2017 Advanced Interventions in Trauma Counseling
25 Jan 2017 Counseling the Traumatic Brain Injured Client
25 Jan 2017 Clinical Supervision - 15 CE - Two Day Training
25 Jan 2017 (copy) PreConference - Advance Supervision Training: Acknowledging the Needs of Seasoned Counselors and Advocating for an Evolving Profession
25 Jan 2017 Advanced Supervision
25 Jan 2017 Native American Spirituality and the Counseling Process
25 Jan 2017 Sex and Pornography Addiction: Assessing and Treating the Addict and the Partner
03 Nov 2016 IDASERVIC Fall 2016 Ethics Workshop
12 Aug 2016 Counselor Block Party
09 Jul 2016 ICA 2017 Conference Committee
10 Jun 2016 Leadership Development Institute 2016
20 May 2016 2016 SPRING ETHICS WORKSHOP IN TWIN FALLS
06 May 2016 2016 SPRING ETHICS WORKSHOP IN COEUR D'ALENE
06 May 2016 2016 SPRING ETHICS WORKSHOP IN NAMPA
21 Apr 2016 IDASERVIC Spring 2016 Workshop - Medicine Wheel Model: Creating Balance through Connection
15 Apr 2016 2016 ETHICS TRAINING IN IDAHO FALLS
02 Apr 2016 2016 ETHICS WORKSHOP IN MERIDIAN
18 Mar 2016 2016 SPRING ETHICS TRAINING IN CALDWELL
14 Mar 2016 2016 SPRING ETHICS TRAINING IN BOISE
29 Jan 2016 Graduate Student Luncheon
28 Jan 2016 Becoming a Trauma Competent Counselor-4CE's
28 Jan 2016 An Introduction and Review of Psychotropic Medications in 2016 - 4CE's
28 Jan 2016 A Closer Look at Child-Centered Play Therapy-4 CE's
28 Jan 2016 Legislative Meet and Greet
27 Jan 2016 Revenue working for you! Learn the Mental/Behavioral Health billing process-4 CE's
27 Jan 2016 Getting down to Business with Paper and Pencil: Using Children’s Drawings to Engage the Brain and Heal the Heart-4 CE's
27 Jan 2016 Idaho Clinical Supervisor Training-15 CE's
27 Jan 2016 The Magic of Poetry Therapy-4 CE's
27 Jan 2016 Supporting Lasting Change Through Legislative Connections-4 CE's
27 Jan 2016 ICA Annual Conference
12 Nov 2015 Counselor Know Thy Self: Spiritual Timelines to Facilitate Ethical Competence When Working with Client Spiritual Concerns
06 Nov 2015 Hitting, Screaming, and Cutting: Identifying Externalizing Disorders in Children and Youth Using Evidence-Based Strategies to Treat Them


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