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Denise Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC– 3 CEU’s

This training offers techniques and processes for the non-art therapist to utilize in clinical practices.  Art Therapy is a graduate level entry field, requiring board certification from a national accrediting body, however, many other clinicians utilize art media and processes in their clinical work.  This training offers participants an overview of theories and techniques of art IN therapy, as well as clinical and non-clinical populations served by this profession.  Normal child development, as evidenced in artwork, will serve as a foundation for understanding key concepts. Brief artmaking experientials using household materials will help participants understand the importance of content, process, and maintenance of scope of practice towards positive client outcomes.

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Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 5 CEU’s

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an innovative, evidence-based treatment developed by Marsha Linehan Ph.D. specifically for chronically suicidal patients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). More recently, DBT is being used to treat other populations including patients with eating disorders and addictions, and has been specifically adapted for the treatment of emotionally dysregulated adolescents. This empirically validated treatment has been shown to help patients reduce suicidal and self-harm behavior, reduce frequency of hospitalizations, remain engaged in therapy, and decrease substance use. DBT blends cognitive and behavioral interventions with acceptance-based strategies derived from mindfulness.

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Denise R. Wolf MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

This workshop will provide participations with both didactic learning, experiential activities, and culminate in the creation of a sensory informed strategy for their own clinical application.

Beginning with an overview of the prevalence of trauma we will briefly review the seminal ACE’s studies. A brief history of trauma theory as it applies to normative attachment will also be reviewed. Next, participants will receive an overview of neural development as it applies to trauma, looking specifically at Bruce Perry’s theory of bottom up and top-down regulation strategies. The impact of sensory activities on the brain will be explored in relationship to areas of brain functioning. Sensory systems will be identified, and participants will complete a sensory inventory as it pertains to a client. Specific trauma sensitive activities will be identified and connected to trauma repair. Participants will work in small groups to complete a Sensory Strategy plan that they can implement in their practice.

 

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Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

This three-hour, interactive training will familiarize participants with a structured format for clinical case conceptualization. Participants will use this format to refine their hypothesis about their clients’ needs related to care and service provision through a developmentally, culturally and interpersonally appropriate context. Participants will engage in small group break out rooms to work with colleagues towards setting collaborative treatment goals utilizing the case conceptualization format presented. Potential individual, social, and systematic barriers to treatment will be identified and discussed. The participants will become familiar with this format with the goal of transitioning skills and perspectives learned to immediate clinical implementation.

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– Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

This training offers techniques and processes for the non-art therapist to utilize in clinical practices. Art Therapy is a graduate level entry field, requiring board certification from a national accrediting body, however, may other clinicians utilize art media and processes in their clinical work. This training offers participants a broad introduction to theories and techniques of art IN therapy, as well as clinical and non-clinical populations served by this profession. Normal child development, as evidenced in artwork, will serve as a foundation for understanding key concepts.

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Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC and Monica S. Gocial, LCSW, LLC

This free workshop offers an informal open forum for those who provide clinical supervision in a behavioral health or similar setting. The workshop will be facilitated by two experienced supervisors who will answer questions, provide perspective, offer insight, and encourage support and participation from other participants. You will be encouraged to submit an issue or question in advance that you wish to have addressed. This is an opportunity to learn, support, network, and commiserate!

Participation is limited to 15 people so register soon!

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– Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an innovative, evidence-based treatment developed by Marsha Linehan Ph.D. specifically for chronically suicidal patients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This empirically validated treatment has been shown to help patients reduce suicidal and self-harm behavior, reduce the frequency of hospitalizations, remain engaged in therapy, and decrease substance use. DBT blends cognitive and behavioral interventions with acceptance-based strategies derived from mindfulness.

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– Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an innovative, evidence-based treatment developed by Marsha Linehan Ph.D. specifically for chronically suicidal patients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This empirically validated treatment has been shown to help patients reduce suicidal and self-harm behavior, reduce the frequency of hospitalizations, remain engaged in therapy, and decrease substance use. DBT blends cognitive and behavioral interventions with acceptance-based strategies derived from mindfulness.

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Denise R. Wolf, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC – 3 CEU’s

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an innovative, evidence-based treatment developed by Marsha Linehan Ph.D. specifically for chronically suicidal patients with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). This empirically validated treatment has been shown to help patients reduce suicidal and self-harm behavior, reduce the frequency of hospitalizations, remain engaged in therapy, and decrease substance use. DBT blends cognitive and behavioral interventions with acceptance-based strategies derived from mindfulness.

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