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    • March 04, 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
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    IMHCA Annual Conference

    Friday - March 4, 2022

    BROCHURE


    Dr. Colin Ross


    Presenting AM and PM Sessions
    "Trauma Model Therapy" AND "Dissociative Identity Disorder"

    ONLY FULL DAY WORKSHOP REGISTRATION IS ACCEPTED

    8:30 am - 11:30 am

    AM Session

    TRAUMA MODEL THERAPY

     A Treatment Approach for Trauma, Dissociation, and Complex Comorbidity

     

    Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association
    The Drake Hotel - Oak Brook
    2301 York Rd, Oak Brook, IL 60523


    March 4, 2022
    8:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    Colin A. Ross, M.D.

    In this talk, Dr. Ross will explain the principles and techniques of his Trauma Model Therapy (TMT), with an emphasis on dissociative symptoms and disorders. TMT was developed for treatment of people with complex PTSD and dissociative disorders, including their extensive comorbidity. This often includes depression, borderline personality disorder, substance abuse, panic disorder, OCD, eating disorders and somatic symptom disorders. TMT can be adapted for people with less severe trauma and less complex mental health problems and is suitable for all practice settings. It is based on Dr. Ross’ Trauma Model, which is a comprehensive, scientifically testable theory of the relationship between psychological trauma and a wide range of different disorders, addictions and self-defeating behaviors.

    Dr. Ross will explain the principles of TMT including: the problem of attachment to the perpetrator; the locus of control shift; the problem is not the problem; just say ‘no’ to drugs; addiction is the opposite of desensitization; and the victim-rescuer-perpetrator triangle. The two core features of the therapy are a focus on conflicted, ambivalent attachment and the self-blame and self-hatred arising from the locus of control shift. These two aspects of the model are based on the biology of mammalian attachment and developmental psychology. The techniques of TMT will be illustrated through case examples. The therapy involves a blend of cognitive, systems, behavioral, experiential and psychodynamic techniques within a unified theory.

        

    Objectives:

    •  1.      To describe the core principles of Trauma Model Therapy.
    • 2.      To describe the problem of attachment to the perpetrator and the locus of control shift in detail.
    • 3.      To describe specific treatment strategies through case examples, with an emphasis on dissociation.
    • 4.      To provide a forum for questions and discussion concerning trauma.

     

                                            12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

    PM Session

    Dissociative Identity Disorder:

    How To Recognize It And How To Treat It

     Friday - March 4, 2022

    Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association
    The Drake Hotel - Oak Brook
    2301 York Rd, Oak Brook, IL 60523


    Colin A. Ross, M.D.

    In this workshop, Dr. Ross and will describe how to recognize dissociative identity disorder (DID) and the principles of its treatment. He will describe the key symptoms of DID and how to ask about them in a clinical interview. He will then demonstrate how to use the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES) and the Dissociative Disorders Interview Schedule (DDIS) to screen for and diagnose DID. Attendees will receive copies of the DES and DDIS by email for their own use. The rest of the workshop will be spent on treatment. Principles of the therapy include: the central paradox of DID; the problem of host resistance; and talking through to the voices. Time will be spent on techniques for fostering inter-personality communication and cooperation, grounding and stabilization and other tasks. Techniques and strategies will be illustrated through case examples.

    Learning Objectives

    Participants will be able to:

    • 1.     Describe symptoms of DID and how to ask about them clinically.
    • 2.     Describe the use of the DES as a screening instrument for DID.
    • 3.     Describe how to use the DDIS as a diagnostic interview for DID.
    • 4.     Describe and explain the central paradox of DID.
    • 5.     Describe and explain the problem of host resistance in DID.
    • 6.     Describe the technique of talking through to the voices and how to use it.
    • 7.     Describe techniques for increasing inter-personality communication and cooperation in DID.






    COLIN A. ROSS, M.D.

    Colin A. Ross, M.D completed medical school at the University of Alberta and his psychiatry training at the University of Manitoba in Canada. He is a Past President of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, and is the author of over 250 papers and 36 books. He has spoken widely throughout North America and Europe, and in China, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand. He has been a keynote speaker at many different conferences, and has reviewed for over 30 different professional journals.

    Dr. Ross has been running a hospital Trauma Program in the Dallas area since moving to Texas in 1991.

    Dr. Ross’ books cover a wide range of topics. His clinical books focus on trauma and dissociation and include: Dissociative Identity Disorder. Diagnosis, Clinical Features and Treatment of Multiple Personality, Second Edition (1997); Schizophrenia: Innovations in Diagnosis and Treatment (2004); The Trauma Model: A Solution to the Problem of Comorbidity in Psychiatry (2007); Trauma Model Therapy: A Treatment Approach for Trauma Dissociation and Complex Comorbidity (2009); Structural Dissociation: A Proposed Modification of the Theory (2013); Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder: Techniques and Strategies for Stabilization (2018); The Genetics of Schizophrenia (2020), and Trauma Recovery Lesson Plans (2021).

    Dr. Ross has published a series of treatment outcome studies in peer-reviewed journals, which provide evidence for the effectiveness of Trauma Model Therapy. Many of his papers involve large series of cases, with original research data and statistical analyses, including a paper entitled ‘Trauma and Dissociation in China’ in the American Journal of Psychiatry.

    Besides his clinical psychiatry interests, Dr. Ross has published papers and books on cancer and human energy fields, as well as literary works including essays, fiction, poetry and screenplays. He has several different hobbies including travel.

    CEs:
    Workshop will be 3.0 CEs/PDs for LPC/LCPC; LSW/LCSW; LMFT; Psychologists.for AM Session and 3.0 CEs for PM Session. Total 6.0 CEs

    Lunch is on your own.

    Hours: 8:30 am-3:30 pm

    Space is limited. This workshop will sell out.
    Lunch is on your own.


    Cancellation Policy.

    Worry free cancellation. If IMHCA needs to reschedule or cancel the conference or create virtual sessions you will be notified and offered a full refund.


    • March 05, 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • The Drake OakBrook 2301 York Road Oak Brook, 60523
    Register
    IMHCA Annual Conference

    BROCHURE
    Saturday - March 5, 2022
     8:30 AM - 3:30 PM


    ONLY FULL DAY WORKSHOP REGISTRATION IS ACCEPTED


    6 CEs

    Accommodations:

    The Drake Oak Brook 
    2301 York Road Oak Brook, 60523-2332 Phone: 630-571-0000 
    M
    ention you are attending the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Annual Conference and receive a special room rate of $149.00. Special room rates are available until Feb 1, 2022. Follow the link to book a reservation.

    Book your group rate for Illinois Mental Health Counselors

    3 Choices


    Saturday, March 5, 2022
    8:30 am - 11:30 am

    Room A -

    Gwendolyn J. Sterk, Attorney at Law

    Gwendolyn J. Sterk has been practicing family law since 1989 and successfully started her own law firm, Sterk Family Law Group, P.C., in 2015. Gwendolyn and her team believe in a holistic approach to the practice of family law and strive to not only service a client’s legal needs, but also help manage a client’s emotional and over-all well-being.  Ms. Sterk and the Family Law team work hard to establish connections with a vast network of counselors, support groups, and various other non-traditional service providers, who the team regularly partners with to assist clients on a case by case basis.  Sterk Family Law Group strives to provide clients with the tools they need to be empowered by their life changes, and be encouraged to move on with integrity and dignity.

    Workshop Description:

    Family Law 101 for Mental Health Providers

    Attorney Gwendolyn J. Sterk will speak on the interrelation of Family Law matters and Mental Health Providers. Ms. Sterk will divide her time to speak to issues relating to the differences between the  Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act and the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA), how child related matters can affect your client(s) and how support/financial issues, including dissipation, come into play. As a mental health provider, you may be familiar with the Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Confidentiality Act. This act provides legal provisions for individuals with mental health diagnosis’s and/or who have a disability. In Illinois, there are statutes within this Act which don’t always align with other Acts, including the  Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act. Ms. Sterk will highlight some of these differences and your responsibility as a provider facing these situations.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  8:30am-11:30am

     

    Saturday, March 5, 2022


    8:30 am - 11:30 am
    Room B

    Lauren Raney, LCPC, ATR

    Lauren is the Program Director at Willow House as of December of 2019. Lauren was drawn to the grief and bereavement field due to her own personal loss of her Mom and her passion for helping others through a difficult time. Lauren has her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Art Therapy from Adler University and her Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Arts/Painting from Illinois State University. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Registered Art Therapist. Lauren has previous experience working as the Children’s Grief Coordinator and Bereavement Counselor at JourneyCare where she facilitated grief support groups and a bereavement camp for children and families of hospice patients. She has also spent time as an Art Therapist at Chicago Children’s Center for Behavioral Health working with children and teens who have experienced trauma, grief, and mental health concerns. When words aren’t enough, Lauren enjoys using the creative process with families and children to help them honor and remember their loved ones while coping and processing their loss. In her free time, she enjoys painting, dancing, yoga, and being out in nature!

    Workshop Description: 

    Exp
    ressing Grief Through Art Making

    Expressing Grief Through Art Making is a presentation about how to use the creative arts as a form of expression for emotions, grief, and life experiences. Everyone seems to be grieving something during this pandemic, and if it’s not the death of a person, it may be a non-death loss such as a job or a normal daily routine. Education about grief and art therapy will be discussed, along with talking about different art interventions one can use when grieving. We will explore ways to support a grieving child, teen, and adults. Art is a universal language, it allows us to express how we are feeling without having to use verbal language. Sometimes grief has no words to describe how it is felt in the heart, mind, and body. By learning ways to share one's experience via creativity it can open doors into what someone is feeling and how to share it with others around them. This will be a hands on/experiential workshop.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  8:30am-11:30am


    Saturday, March 5, 2022
    8:30 am - 11:30 am

    Room C

    Brian Katz, LCPC, CADC

    Brian Katz, MS, LCPC, CADC, and certified veteran’s counselor He has been working in the mental health/addictions counseling field for over 17 years.  Brian currently works in an inpatient substance abuse treatment program. He provides education and therapeutic counseling for patients and their families.  Brian also provides general outpatient mental health counseling to individuals, couples and families.  Issues addressed include: cognitive/emotional growth, personal fulfillment, family harmony, trauma and parenting.

    Workshop Description:

    Intro to Veteran's Counseling

    Becoming familiar with the issues US veterans are currently facing: adjustment, education, collecting benefits, access to treatment, employment, substance abuse, homelessness and suicide. PTSD explanation. Traumatic brain injury.     Basic brain science, the three brain approach to PTSD. The cognitive/emotional/instinctual process. The neuro-science of stress and anxiety, the adaptive/maladaptive process, fight or flight. The neuroscience behind adaptive and maladaptive behavior. Chronic Pain and Pain medications. The good, the bad and the ugly.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  8:30am-11:30am



    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM - Lunch: is on your own.



    3 Choices
    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Room A

    Javon Garcia, LSW

    Javon Garcia, LSW is a Licensed Social Worker and Therapist. Javon currently works as a Therapist at Howard Brown Health Center, providing individual and group therapy for Chicago’s LGBTQ community. Javon has a Bachelor's degree in Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies from Grinnell College in Grinnell, Iowa and a Masters in Social Work from Loyola University Chicago. Javon has spent the last 10 years working at nonprofit agencies in New York City and Chicago providing sexual health education, HIV testing, HIV prevention education, consent education, sexual assault awareness, intimate partner violence prevention, community mental health education and putting an end to healthcare disparities among BIPOC and LGBTQ communities.

    Workshop Description: 

    Addressing Racial Trauma within LGBTQ Mental Health Care

    BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and other people of color) folks have been through so much mentally and emotionally in the last year and a half, with the height of the 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests and the collective trauma of COVID -19. The impact of COVID-19 has exacerbated the oppression, policing, poverty, discrimination and racism that BIPOC folks face on a daily basis.  People who are BIPOC and LGBTQ face even more barriers, discrimination and trauma. Javon started a BIPOC therapy group at Howard Brown Health Center to process racism, racial trauma, identity development, microaggressions and racial violence. This session will address the importance of acknowledging racial trauma as a mental health issue, the struggles faced by LGBTQ and BIPOC folks and the need for more mental health services for LGBTQ BIPOC folks.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  12:30pm-3:30pm

    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    Room B

    Claire Openshaw, PhD, LCPC

    Claire Openshaw is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. She is an Assistant Professor in the Addictions and Behavioral Health department at Governors State University. Claire has worked with individuals in outpatient, intensive outpatient, and inpatient settings conducting individual, couple, family, and group therapy, as well as case management services. She is also a QPR and Mental Health First Aid Instructor. Claire has conducted research on the topic of human trafficking and has presented nationally and internationally in the areas of ethics, sexual misconduct, human rights, trafficking, addiction, and youth suicide.

    Workshop Description:
    Human trafficking: What they don't tell you

    Mental Health Counselors are involved in all aspects of prevention, development, wellness, and advocacy in various areas including child welfare, hospitals, youth and domestic violence shelters, and the criminal justice system, where trafficked persons have been found to be cared for (Dovydaitis, 2010). This presentation discusses the findings of a study conducted on the counseling field in 2020, which investigated the impact of an educational intervention on a counselors’ knowledge, awareness, attitudes, empathy, and efficacy of sex trafficking. It also discusses the definitions (and forms), prevalence, risk factors, and characteristics (of traffickers), provides some helpful questions a counselor can ask, and ways in which counselors can contribute to anti-trafficking efforts on a larger scale. A case study will also be conducted.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  12:30pm-3:30pm

    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Room C

    Luis San Roman, EdD, LCPC, NCC

    Luis San Roman is a bilingual (English / Spanish) Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Illinois. He received his B.A. in Psychology and Latino Studies from Northeastern Illinois University, M.A. in Mental Health Counseling from Trinity International University, M.A. in Theological Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and his Doctorate degree in Counselor Education and Supervision from Governors State University.

    Luis considers counseling to be the key component in understanding the underlying issues surrounding our emotional well-being. Clients can expect Luis to meet them where they are with empathy and intuition. He has experience working with clients across gender, ethnic, generational, and religious differences. It is Luis's desire to help clients move beyond their present struggles and develop a healthier, holistic perspective on their lives. He is dedicated to creating supportive yet empowering relationships that allow his clients to obtain the skills and knowledge they need to continue the process of healing.

    Workshop Description: 

    Counseling Latinx Couples and Families

    The Latinx population continues to grow in the United States. As of 2018, 59.9% of the  US population identified as Latinx and is expected to climb to 119 million by 2060. We will likely provide counseling services to this population during our professional careers. Taking a cultural humility approach, Dr. Luis will empower the attendees to increase their knowledge of the Latinx population. This workshop will address topics of immigration, acculturation, transgenerational trauma, family systems.

    Date / Hours: Saturday 3/5/22  12:30pm-3:30pm

    CANCELLATION POLICY

    Worry free cancellation. If IMHCA needs to reschedule or cancel the conference or create virtual sessions you will be notified and offered a full refund. You may cancel and receive a full refund for any reason up to 7 days before the conference.

    • March 06, 2022
    • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • The Drake OakBrook 2301 York Road Oak Brook, 60523
    Register

    IMHCA Annual Conference - Sunday
    March 6, 2022
    8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    6 CEs

    BROCHURE

    ONLY FULL DAY WORKSHOP REGISTRATION IS ACCEPTED


    Accommodations:

    The Drake Oak Brook 
    2301 York Road Oak Brook, 60523
    M
    ention you are attending the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Annual Conference and receive a special room rate of $149.00. Special room rates are available until Feb 1, 2022. Follow the link to book a reservation.

    Book your group rate for Illinois Mental Health Counselors

    2 Choices


    Sunday, March 6, 2022
    8:30 am - 11:30 am

    Room A

    Azizi Marshall, LCPC, RDT-BCT, REAT

    Azizi Marshall is the Founder & CEO of the Center for Creative Arts Therapy, an arts-based psychotherapy practice and training center in Chicago. In a world flooded with health information, Azizi's creative mental health approach and straightforward business advice draw thousands of inspired clients to her work. Azizi holds graduate degrees in community mental health AND theatre. As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and accomplished entrepreneur, cultivating a lifestyle of creativity and wellness is her life's mission. Azizi has been featured in Oprah Magazine, CNN, NBC News, Thrive Global, Bustle, Reader's Digest, The Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, and Glancer Magazine. She speaks on stages and podcasts regularly throughout the country on Creative Arts Therapy, and guest posts on national news articles about wellness and creativity.​

    Workshop Description: 

    Revolutionize Your Private Practice

    Ready to expand your private practice and grow beyond the 1:1 client sessions and into corporate wellness and online courses? Want to spend more time providing high-impact and life changing programs to your most energizing clients and communities, yet don't know where to start? This workshop teaches you how to build a niche training program through a comprehensive strategy, specifically designed with YOUR unique talents and audience: helping you to stop the overwhelm and burnout of running a private practice in its tracks so you not only survive, but THRIVE, while serving others. Learn how to create successful corporate wellness programs and online courses so you can produce massive growth, sustainability and impact for your business, community and clients. It all starts with getting CRYSTAL CLEAR about what you ACTUALLY do for people -- and how to package, price and sell that transformation.

    Date / Hours: Sunday 3/6/22  8:30am-11:30am


    Sunday, March 6, 2022


    8:30 am - 11:30 am
    Room B

    Justin Wolfe, LCPC, CADC, CRC, PCGC

    Justin Wolfe is the Manager of the Adolescent and Adult Outpatient Addiction Services Program at Linden Oaks Hospital. Justin has been with Linden Oaks Hospital for nine years serving in a capacity of roles from clinical therapist, lead clinical therapist, clinical supervisor and now manager of the service line. Justin has been active in standardizing the service line, developing program curriculum and supporting its rollout throughout the system for both adolescent and adult. Justin has presented at the ASAM national conference focusing on the Utilization of Contingency Management within Addiction Treatment.  Justin is also a former high school soccer coach and now enjoys coaching his daughter and son’s soccer teams in his free time.

    Workshop Description: 

    Motivating the Unmotivated: Utilizing Motivational Interviewing to help facilitate change

    Workshop will focus on resolving barriers to change that impeded a clients progress. We will discuss ways to support engagement, increase hope and confidence in their ability to  be successful inmoving towards their goals. The foundations of attachment will be used to increase awareness to challenges that will impact a clients engagement and other behavior in treatment.

    Date / Hours: Sunday 3/6/2022  8:30am-11:30am


    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM - Lunch: is on your own.


    2 Choices
    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Room A

    Shan Ru Lin, LCPC, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCPC, ATR-BC, ATCS

    Shan Ru Lin is a Board Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC), and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor(LCPC) in Chicago, Illinois. She is a graduate of the Drexel University Creative Arts in Therapy Master's program, and a 2020 fellow from the University of Chicago's psychodynamic psychotherapy program. Her professional experiences range from working with juvenile sex offenders, psychiatric hospitals for adults, trauma-informed practice in community social service settings for women in homelessness, sexual assault counseling for adults and children, studio-based art therapy, and art therapy consulting in a school setting. Shan is the founder of Spring Advisory, a consulting firm focused on continuing education and supervision. Shan is a professor and teaches in art therapy graduate programs in higher education. Shan is a committee member for the Art Therapy Credentials Board.

    Workshop Description: 

    Working with women in homelessness using trauma-informed approach in community settings

    Homelessness is a complex problem with many layers and historic background. Working with women in homelessness requires an expansion upon traditional counseling concepts and techniques.

    Overview of poverty and homelessness in the United States and its impact on the People of Color, and Black community. The background that led to Women’s Homelessness. A trauma Informed approach for women experiencing homelessness. Gender appropriate and gender specific counseling approaches and considerations. Therapeutic approaches pertinent to women in homelessness.

    Date / Hours: Sunday 3/6/2022  12:30pm-3:30pm

    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Room B

    Denise Purvis, PhD, NCC, LCPC, CRADC, CODP II

    Denise Purvis is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Nationally Board-Certified Counselor, Certified Substance Abuse Counselor, Certified Co-Occurring Disorders Level II Counselor, and holds a Doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision.  Dr. Purvis has ongoing research interests with promoting the needs of culturally diverse counseling supervisees as a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Core faculty member for Judson University in Elgin, Illinois, Practicum/Internship Coordinator at Judson University, Chair of Institutional Review Board at Judson University, and adjunct faculty member for two remote Clinical Mental Health Counseling programs.  Dr. Purvis has 25 years’ experience in diverse counseling settings including residential, hospital, community, EAP, and private practice settings.

    Workshop Description: 

    Promoting Ethical and Social Justice Competencies within Supervision for Culturally Diverse Supervisees

    Based on the increased need for mental health services in society, more clinicians are willing to accept counseling interns or clinicians new to the field.  Despite minimum state requirements established to supervise, supervisors may feel out of their comfort zone meeting the developmental needs of culturally diverse counseling supervisees. You will examine the following within the workshop: ethical standards of supervision, developmental framework of supervision, gatekeeping role of supervisors, awareness of cultural and social justice competencies, and preparing supervisees to work with at risk populations.  The theme throughout the workshop is to build competency within supervision working with diverse supervisees to promote social justice and multicultural competencies.

    Date / Hours: Sunday 3/6/2022  12:30pm-3:30pm

    CANCELLATION POLICY

    Worry free cancellation. If IMHCA needs to reschedule or cancel the conference or create virtual sessions you will be notified and offered a full refund.

Past events

March 05, 2021 1. Post Traumatic Success LIVE WEBINAR Friday - 3 CEs
March 01, 2021 2. Empowering the African American Client: Demystifying Mental Health
March 01, 2021 3. Couples Counseling: The Essential Frameworks
March 01, 2021 4. Embracing Strength Based Principle: Effective Strategies For Treatment Planning
March 01, 2021 5. Medical Cannabis & Mental Health
March 01, 2021 6. Marketing in Private Practice: How to Get Clients
March 01, 2021 7. Identifying and Managing Vicarious Trauma Symptoms Acquired as a Result of Counseling During COVID-19
March 01, 2021 Annual Conference All 7 workshops-15 CEs
March 10, 2019 Annual Conference Sunday - 6 CEs Member Special Jeffrey Kottler
March 08, 2019 Annual Conference Friday - 6 CEs Member Special Bill O'Hanlon
April 08, 2018 Annual Conference Sunday Only - 6 CEs
April 07, 2018 Annual Conference Saturday Only - 6 CEs
April 06, 2018 Annual Conference Friday Only - 6 CEs Member Special Dr. James Garbarino
March 12, 2017 Annual Conference Sunday Only - 6 CEs Member Special Fredrike Bannink
March 11, 2017 Annual Conference Saturday Only - 6 CEs
March 10, 2017 Annual Conference Friday Only - 6 CEs Member Special Steven Hayes
March 06, 2016 Annual Conference Sunday Only - 6 CEs Dr. Marty Klein
March 05, 2016 Annual Conference Saturday Only - 6 CEs
March 04, 2016 Annual Conference Friday Only - 6 CEs Member Special Bill O'Hanlon
March 08, 2015 Annual Conference Sunday Only - 6 CEs
March 06, 2015 Annual Conference Friday Only - 6 CEs

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