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Rising Tide Training Room, 204 S 24th St

Dissociation and Complex Trauma: Building a Strong Foundation for Effective Long-Term Treatment and Healing (1)

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Dissociation and Complex Trauma: Building a Strong Foundation for Effective Long-Term Treatment and Healing (1)
Dissociation and Complex Trauma: Building a Strong Foundation for Effective Long-Term Treatment and Healing (1)

Time & Location

Apr 27, 2024, 9:00 AM – 12:20 PM

Rising Tide Training Room, 204 S 24th St, 204 S 24th St, Rogers, AR 72758, USA

About the event

[3 NBCC Credit Hours]

** Early Bird tickets availiabe through March 27th**

CE Credit will not be awarded to those who are not mental health professionals. Completed evaluation will be required for credit for all participants.

Description:

Navigating Boundaries with Wounded Clients:

This eye-opening training is for all therapists who work with wounded clients, including complex clients and personality disorders. No therapist intends to violate the boundaries of their client, but it happens more frequently than the average therapist is aware of.  Clients are often unaware of the boundary testing and violations they are committing, which can lead to a breach in the relationship or a termination of therapy.  This training provides the opportunity for each participant to identify boundaries that must be maintained within the therapeutic relationship to facilitate healing and high ethical standards.  Participants will be able to explain the dynamics behind boundary violations and identify areas within their clinical load where this could be impacting progress.  All participants will be given the opportunity to self-reflect on their own story for deeper awareness of their own boundary issues and engage in problem-solving to create an action plan.  Discussion and case studies will allow for an interactive experience during this training.

Presenters:

Diane Kimball, LMHC

Diane Kimball, LMHC, is the owner and clinical director of Kimball Counseling Associates (KCA), which offers specialized therapy to children, teenagers and adults who have experienced abuse, trauma, neglect, or exposure to domestic violence, and exhibit complex trauma symptomology including PTSD and dissociative disorders. Diane is EMDR certified, an Approved EMDR Consultant and is heavily influenced by the empirically based Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) approach.  As a TBRI educator/practitioner, Diane focuses on clients who have attachment injury and developmental trauma, including adults who experienced childhood abuse, profound neglect, as well as those who are on the Autism Spectrum.  She utilizes EMDR, Experiential and Expressive Arts, Play Therapy and Group Therapy to facilitate deeper healing, and offers supervision and consultation to mental health interns and therapists.

Objectives:

At the end of this training the mindful participant will be able to:

Navigating Boundaries with Wounded Clients

  1. Participants will identify boundary violations committed by clients and list underlying issues contributing to each boundary violation identified.
  2. Participants will identify boundary violations committed by therapists and list underlying issues contributing to each boundary violation identified.
  3. Participants will identify client and personal boundary violations from their own case load and create an action plan to remediate identified boundary violations.

Schedule

8:30-9:00 Sign-in

9:00 – 10:00 Boundary violations committed by clients.

10:00 – 10:10 Break

10:10 – 11:10 Boundary violations committed by therapists.

11:10 – 11:20 Break

11:20 – 12:20 Boundary reflections on case load and action plan.

IMPORTANT POLICIES:

Workshop Withdrawal:

Withdrawal requests should be submitted by email to training@watersedgecounselingnwa.com no later than 7 calendar days prior to the  scheduled workshop date in order to receive a full refund of the paid workshop fee.  Withdrawal requests that are submitted after 7 calendar days prior to the scheduled workshop date will result in a refund of the paid workshop fee minus a $50  administrative fee for 2 day training, and a $25 administrative fee for a 1 day training.

Participants who do not attend a workshop and do not submit a withdrawal request as  outlined in the previous section prior to the completion of the workshop will receive a  refund of the paid workshop fee minus a $100 administrative fee. Refunds are  processed within 7 business days of the completion of the workshop.

Workshop Cancellation:

Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to insufficient enrollment. Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training will email workshop students at least 5 calendar days in advance of the scheduled workshop date to notify students of the cancellation. Notice will be provided  with the option to reschedule for a future course date or to receive a full refund of paid workshop fees.

Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to inclement weather, instructor illness or instructor family emergency. If  a workshop is canceled, students will be notified via email prior to the workshop start  time. Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training will notify the students of a reschedule date for the workshop within 10 calendar days of the cancelled workshop or  as soon as the reschedule date is known.. Notice will be provided with the option to reschedule for the future course date or to receive a full refund of the paid workshop fee.

Grievance Policy:

Concerns should be addressed to Water’s Edge Counseling, Play Therapy & Training, 204 S. 24th Street, Rogers, AR 72756 or 1-479-621-0301. or emailed to training@watersedgecounselingnwa.com. When a complaint, either verbally or written is filed with The WEDGE, the following guidelines are followed with respect to achieving resolution.

Complaints relative to a speaker or workshop leader, contents of instructional materials being presented, or an individual education style being utilized, the person bringing the complaint should first address concerns with the presenter. If the presenter is not available, all comments should be placed in writing and sent to training@watersedgecounselingnwa.com. If complaints concern the facility, or CEU's, they should be emailed to training@watersedgecounselingnwa.com or mailed to 204 S 24th Street, Rogers, AR 72758. The CEO and Director of Operations(DO) will attempt to resolve the matter in a timely manner. If the offer of resolution is not satisfactory to the person filing the complaint, then further action may be taken. In this instance, a written request for reconsideration can be sent to attention of the CEO and DO. The complaint will then be reviewed by the CEO, DO and members of the training committee. A written response will be issued within 30 days of receipt of the written complaint. The decision of the CEO and DO is final.

ADA Needs:

We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs; please call our office for more information at 1-479-621-0301 or send an email to training@watersedgecounselingnwa.com.

Tickets

  • Early Bird- In Person

    Sale ends: Mar 26, 11:50 PM
    $96.00
    +$2.40 service fee
  • In Person

    $108.00
    +$2.70 service fee
    Goes on sale: Mar 27, 12:00 AM

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