JFS offers high quality continuing education seminars on relevant and innovative topics for mental health professionals in the community. These sessions are open to the general public, but are specifically offered for the benefit of colleagues and peers who are required to received educational credit hours to stay appraised of current practices and modalities.
Cancellation Policy: Registrants may receive a full discount up to 72 hours prior to the CEU event, after which time no refunds will be issued. Once an event begins, whether a full day workshop or multi-day workshop, no refunds/credits will be issued.
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Workshop # 1 – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, January 20th Workshop # 2 – Ethics, March 17th Workshop # 3 – Working with at-risk adolescents, May 19th Workshop 1 Details Presented by Stephen Phillippi, Jr., PhD, LCSW This presentation will introduce and/or review elements of Social Learning Theory, Behavioral Theory, and Social Cognitive Theory. It will also specifically offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approaches that apply to both the appraisal of the individual (ex., functional analysis of behavior, behavioral change methods…Find out more »
Workshop # 1 – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, January 20th Workshop # 2 – Ethics, March 17th Workshop # 3 – Working with at-risk adolescents, May 19th Workshop 2 Details: Friday, March 17th, 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Presented by Dana delaBretonne, LPC This workshop will address issues of confidentiality, boundaries, dual relationships and HIPAA as this defies the professional standards in our communities. This presentation is approved for 3 hours in Ethics through both LCA and LABSWE.Find out more »
Workshop # 1 – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, January 20th Workshop # 2 – Ethics, March 17th Workshop # 3 – Working with at-risk adolescents, May 19th Part 3 Details Presented by Marvin W. Clifford, PhD, LCSW This workshop will cover adolescents who are at risk for getting worse without interventions. How to recognize these risks, as well as skills for helping, will be emphasized. Attendees earn 3 hours in Diagnosis through LCA and 3 Clinical hours through LABSWE. To register,…Find out more »
Continuing Education Workshop – DBT: Dialectical Therapy and introduction to theory and techniques (Registration CLOSED)
Presented by Daliah Bauer, PhD This workshop will provide an introduction to the principles of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. DBT is an evidence based treatment to address problems associated with severe emotional and behavioral dysregulation. Attendees earn 6.5 hours in Diagnosis through LCA and 6.5 Clinical hours through LABSWE. Registration CLOSEDFind out more »