Thursday, May 2, 2019
SUICIDE PREVENTION & the "ZERO SUICIDE" INITIATIVE WORKSHOP
Half of the day will be in a classroom setting and the second half will be experiential. Stay tuned for more information
SUICIDE PREVENTION: 12:30pm-2:30pm
LOCATION: TMCC Auditorium, Sierra Building #108
7000 Dandini Blvd, Reno, NV 89512
ETHICS: 3 CEUs/3 Hours
SUICIDE PREVENTION: 2 CEUs/2 Hours
CEU applications sent to the governing board of MFTs, CPCs, SWs, and Drug/Alcohol Counselors, and RNs.
Presented by: Dr. Philip Malinas
December 6, 2019
Enhance your awareness, resilience, compassion & enthusiasm
TOPIC: “My Heart goes out to you" Enhancing clinical effectiveness by addressing compassion fatigue and strengthening resiliency
Tom Lavin, LMFT, LCADC
TOPIC: The Art of Mindfulness and Therapy
Kathy Schwerin, LMFT
The focus of my practice is the LGBTQ community and Veterans, but I do see a variety of clients. I also work with addictions and court ordered therapy. I have background in anxiety, depression, PTSD, personality disorders and life transitions. I see clients as young as 3 and my oldest client has been 84. I write letters for gender confirming surgery and hormone replacement for the LGBTQ community. I truly care about the LGBTQ community and I am always looking for ways to help. I run a gender expressions psychotherapy group. This group helps to bring together the community and explore common issues with comfort and safety in mind.
Thursday, May 2, 2019
We recently interviewed Sam and thought it would be great to introduce him to you!
Q: What would you like to share with your cohorts about you and your practice?
Workshop will address the opiate incidence in the mentally ill and the effects of their illnesses. Dr. Malinas will present on the use of opiates by the mentally ill, the effects of opiate use, and how clinicians can help clients that are affected. Up to the minute strategies will include, learning how to recognize the effects of opiates on mental health and how the mental health community can increase comfort/confidence levels when treating this population.
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A non profit organization, dedicated to providing resources and educational workshops to mental health professionals in Northern nevada
Mental Health Peer Connections
LOCATION: Norther Nevada HOPES
580 W 5th St, Reno, NV 89503
3 CEUs/3 Hours
CEU applications sent to the governing board of MFTs, CPCs, SWs, and Drug/Alcohol Counselors.
$45 Licenced $35 Interns $15 Students
Includes continental breakfast
Sam Hunt, MFT Intern
Ethics Presented by: Rhonda Lawrence, MA, MFT
Clinical Program Manager 1, Early Childhood Mental Health
NV Department of Health & Human Services
SAVE THE DATE
Suicide Prevention Presented by: Misty Vaughan Allen, MA, Suicide Prevention Coordinator, NV Department of Health & Human Services, BHS-Office of Suicide Prevention
A non profit organization dedicated to providing resources to mental health professionals
Formerly MFT Peer Connections