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Mandated Reporter for Child Abuse Webinar (2.0 CEs) NON-MEM
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Effective Strategies in Counseling Supervision (6.0 CEs)
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Evaluation and Assessment in Counseling Supervision (6.0 CEs)
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BOTH Audio Supervision Programs (6.0 CEs each)
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Webinar: Post Traumatic Success: (3.0 CEs)
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Working w/Infidelity & His Porn, Her Pain:2 Part Webinar (6 CEs)
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Webinar: When Sex Gets Complicated: (6.0 CEs) Pornography
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Webinar: The Complete Guide to Billing (3.0 CEs) for Behavioral
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 Post Traumatic Success-
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Infidelity - Dr Klein

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Sex Complicated - Dr. Klein

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Billing: The Complete Guide
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Webinar: Writing Treatment Plans and Case Notes: (3.0 CEs) Helpf
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Webinar: Responding Subpoena or Court Order (1.0 CEs) NON- MEMB
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The Psychology of Success: (3.0 CEs) NON-MEMB
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OCD: What Counselors Need to Know (2.0 CEs)- Conceptual NON-MEMB
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Writing Treatment Plans

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NBCC Official Test Guide - NCMHCE


Shifting Gears from Mental Health to Business: (1.0 CE) NON-MEMB
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NBCC's Official Preparation Guide for the NCMHCE
COVID-19 Webinar Managing Stress and Anxiety (1.0 CE)
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NBCC Test Prep Book NCMHCE

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mandated Reporter for Child Abuse Webinar (2.0 CES)

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Effective January 1, 2020, Illinois Public Act 101-564, extensively revises the Abused and Neglected Child Reporting Act. The Act makes training a requirement for all mandated reporters. Mandated reporter training is now required for professionals and every 3 years thereafter. This training is being offered by IMHCA with CEs and is applicable to Mental Health Workers and all other mandated reporters in Illinois. This training is an overview of the new changes and upon completing this training, Mandated Reporters will be able to: • Know their role as a Mandated Reporter • Understand their legal obligations as a Mandated Reporter • Identify what professionals or individuals are mandated to report • Define the types of child abuse and neglect • Recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect • Know the steps to take and
documents to use when making a case.

Presenter Bio NADIA JOHNSON, MS, LCPC
Nadia graduated with a Master’s degree in Human Services/Counseling. In addition to her degree, she has received extensive training in working with trauma, a certificate from the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress as a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, and is certified in EMDR therapy. She has twenty-eight years of experience in the counseling field. Her experience includes working at Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling for a number of years as a trauma therapist as well as the Clinical Supervisor. In 2003, she started her own private practice She has worked with the Rockford Police Department providing trainings on managing acute stress, doing critical incident debriefing, and counseling police officers experiencing trauma-related symptoms. She has served on the IMHCA board since 2004, serving two terms as President, currently she is ICA’s President Elect and has been on the Illinois Professional Counselor Licensing and Disciplinary Board since 2015.



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Effective Strategies in Counseling Supervision
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The link does not expire. It is a pre-recorded webinar and available 24/7. Key Components Audio Program: • Problems supervisory relationship • Models in supervision: avenues and ideas • Stages in supervisee development • Evaluation and assessment techniques • Advanced ethical /legal issues More Specific Ideas: • Difficult supervisees • Help participant define own model • Evaluation of pre-graduates versus evaluation of professionals • Boundaries / dual relationships • Research impacting supervision • Advanced ethical issues - legal concerns and liability


Presenter: Toni R. Tollerud, Ph.D., LCPC, NCC, NCSC, ACS

A Retired Presidential Teaching Professor of counseling in the Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education at NIU. As an educator for over 39 years, Dr. Tollerud has had extensive experiences in supervision training including student teachers, school counselors, agency counselors, and counselors-in-training. Over the past 18 years, she has consistently taught core courses, especially in supervision. Participants in her classes and workshops come away enthused and informed regarding ways they can improve their own supervisory skills and relationships. Dr. Tollerud is Past-President of the Illinois Counseling Association, North Central Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, and the Illinois Counselor Educators and Supervisors. She has received numerous awards for her professional work including the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association Outstanding Service Award in 2006, and Illinois Counselor Educators Educator of the Year Award in 2003. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on counseling issues. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, National Certified School Counselor, approved Clinical Supervisor, and a graduate of the University of Iowa. She also holds certificates for elementary and secondary teaching and school counseling for the State of Illinois.


 

Evaluation and Assessment in Counseling Supervision

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Home study program (6CEs) The link does not expire. It is a pre-recorded webinar and available 24/7. This program fulfills 6 CEs of the Clinical Supervision Training IDFPR requirement. Key Components of the Audio Program: • Problems in the supervisory relationship • Models in supervision: new avenues and ideas • Stages in supervisee development • Evaluation and assessment techniques • Supervisor competence and need for professional development • Advanced ethical and legal issues of supervision


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Toni R. Tollerud, Ph.D., LCPC, NCC, NCSC, ACS is a Presidential Teaching Professor of counseling in the Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University. Participants in her classes and workshops come away enthused and informed regarding ways they can improve their own supervisory skills and relationships. Dr. Tollerud is Past-President of the Illinois Counseling Association, North Central Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, and the Illinois Counselor Educators and Supervisors. She has received numerous awards for her professional work including the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association Outstanding Service Award in 2006, and Illinois Counselor Educators Educator of the Year Award in 2003. She has published numerous articles and book chapters on counseling issues. She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, National Certified School Counselor, approved Clinical Supervisor, and a graduate of the University of Iowa.


BOTH Audio Supervision Programs

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BOTH Audio Supervision Training -(Evaluation and Assessment Audio and Effective Strategies Audio

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SAVE $25 by ordering BOTH Supervision Audio Trainings. We will email you the links to the trainings in 1-2 business days. The links do not expire. Effective Strategies Audio and Evaluation and Assessment Audio

   

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Post Traumatic Success-3.0 CES

 

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Post Traumatic Success aims to help clients transform what happened to them to make them better instead of bitter. This approach combines the theory and practice of positive psychology and solution-focused brief therapy with traditional approaches. It veers away from a focus on pathology (what is wrong with clients and how to repair the worst) to a focus on what is right with them and how to create the best – that is, from posttraumatic stress to posttraumatic success.

 Bannink’s model comprises the three R’s of posttraumatic success: Recovery, Resilience and enRichment (posttraumatic growth). Trauma therapists will learn what it takes to help survivors benefit more substantially from psychotherapy and how to support clients in developing longer-term resilience. They will learn how to increase their clients’ self-efficacy and self-esteem, and make psychotherapy shorter in time, more cost-effective, and more lighthearted for their clients and for themselves.

 In this presentation Bannink will equip participants with practical direction for adopting a more positive approach and expanding their range of available techniques.

It is time to turn the tide on treating trauma by shifting the focus from reducing distress and merely surviving to building success and positively thriving.

 Bannink, F.P. (2014). Post Traumatic Success. Positive Psychology and Solution-Focused Strategies to Help Clients Survive & Thrive. New York: Norton. 

This book has so far been translated into Chinese and Dutch.

Prof. B.L. Fredrickson: “The best of positive psychology for those who need it most.”

 

Bannink, F.P. (2015). 101 Solution-Focused Questions for Help with Trauma. New York:

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This book has so far been translated into Dutch and Estonian.

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Fredrike Bannink is a clinical psychologist and a Master of Dispute Resolution based in Amsterdam. She is an internationally recognized author of 25+ books, presenter and trainer. She is also a Mental Health Trainer for Doctors without Borders. Among her many accomplishments, she is also author of the 2014 book: Post Traumatic Success: Positive Psychology & Solution-Focused Strategies to Help Clients Survive and Thrive.

Dr Bannink books offer readers easy to implement applications to turn the "what" of positive psychology into the "how." from humor to self compassion, and from gratitude to reflecting on how people wish to be remembered, clinicians will find all they need to maximize their clients' life.

Twice before IMHCA has hosted Dr Bannink

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COVID-19 Webinar Managing Stress and Anxiety (1.0 CEs) During an Ongoing Crisis

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NADIA JOHNSON, MS, LCPC

Nadia graduated from National-Louis University with a Master’s degree in Human Services/Counseling. In addition to her degree, she has received extensive training in working with trauma, a certificate from the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress as a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress, and is certified in EMDR therapy. She has twenty-eight years of experience in the counseling field. Her experience includes working at Rockford Sexual Assault Counseling for a number of years as a trauma therapist as well as the Clinical SuperĀ¬visor. In 2003, she started her own private practice providing trauma treatment to children, adolescents and adults. She has worked with the Rockford Police Department providing trainings on managing acute stress, doing critical incident debriefing, and counseling police officers experiencing trauma-related symptoms. She has been a presenter for the Illinois Counseling Association, the Illinois Mental Health Counseling Association, and the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She has served on the board of the Illinois Mental Health Counselor Association since 2004, serving two terms as President, currently she is ICA’s President Elect-Elect and has been on the Illinois Professional Counselor Licensing and Disciplinary Board since 2015. COVID-19: Managing Stress and Anxiety During an Ongoing Crises This workshop addresses the current Covid-19 crises as a world-wide trauma that is causing terror, powerlessness/loss of control, and the disruption of lives. Individuals are experiencing the kind of stress and anxiety that is common after a life-altering traumatic event. In this workshop participants will learn how traumatic stress affects the body, mind and emotions. Specific interventions will be presented on how to help individuals experiencing overwhelming stress and anxiety to self-regulate. Participants will be able to download handouts expanding on the information presented in this webinar.


 

Working with Infidelity and His porn-Her Pain Training-(6.0 CEs)
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Two Part Webinar (6CEs) The link does not expire. It is a pre-recorded webinar and available 24/7 • Why are affairs so common? • How much is sex an issue in most affairs? What can be done about desire discrepancies? • Under what conditions should couples reconcile after an affair? • How relationships can thrive when one partner uses pornography • The existential issues confronting both parties when there’s been an affair. In the second half of this webinar: Issues covered include: • *What is known about the impact of pornography use on relationships • *Data on the impact of pornography on sexual violence and child molestation-which our field continues to ignore • *Couples conflicts about porn use—and how honest talk about sex can help resolve those conflicts • *How the concept of “porn addiction” undermines clinical outcomes—and how to use a more effective treatment model About the

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Dr. Marty Klein has been a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist for 31 years. Marty has authored over 100 articles in publications such as Parents, New Woman, and Playboy, as well as San Francisco Medicine, the California Therapist, and the Journal of Homosexuality. Marty has written six books that have been acclaimed by everyone from USA Today and The California Therapist to Penn & Teller and the Playboy Advisor. Published in eleven languages. A popular guest on the electronic media, Marty has been featured on radio in over 100 cities, and on national TV programs like 20/20 and Nightline. His wit and expertise make him a frequently-quoted expert appearing in Newsweek, the New York Times, and even Ann Landers. As a clinician, Marty works each week with couples and individuals who have a variety of sexual and non-sexual difficulties–over 30,000 sessions since 1980. Marty lives in Northern California with his wife, cactus garden, and enormous collection of rock ‘n’ roll albums.


 

Webinar: When Sex Gets Complicated: (6.0 CEs) Pornography, Infidelity and Cybersex by Dr. Marty Klein
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Dr. Marty Klein presents this 6 hour webinar (6 CEs) The link does not expire. It is a pre-recorded webinar and available 24/7.

This seminar will help clinicians navigate this increasingly complex world. The number of patients involved in pornography, non-monogamy, sadomasochism, online eroticism, and sex toys has dramatically increased. * How can we help partners with contrasting sexual values talk with each other productively? * After infidelity (online or offline), how do we hold both partners while they struggle to define their behavior, contract, and emotions? * What is most pornography actually like? * Is there such a thing as healthy use of pornography? * Is there such a thing as healthy non-monogamy? * How do we respond when a patient says “that’s just internet play,” and their partner says, “no, that’s cyber-infidelity?” * Is there such a thing as sex addiction? Porn addiction? Internet addiction.

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Dr. Marty Klein has been a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist for 31 years. Marty has authored over 100 articles in publications such as Parents, New Woman, and Playboy, as well as San Francisco Medicine, the California Therapist, and the Journal of Homosexuality. Marty has written six books that have been acclaimed by everyone from USA Today and The California Therapist to Penn & Teller and the Playboy Advisor. Published in eleven languages. A popular guest on the electronic media, Marty has been featured on radio in over 100 cities, and on national TV programs like 20/20 and Nightline. His wit and expertise make him a frequently-quoted expert appearing in Newsweek, the New York Times, and even Ann Landers. As a clinician, Marty works each week with couples and individuals who have a variety of sexual and non-sexual difficulties–over 30,000 sessions since 1980. Marty lives in Northern California with his wife, cactus garden, and enormous collection of rock ‘n’ roll albums.

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The Complete Guide to Billing (3.0 CEs) for Behavioral Health Therapists

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Two-Part Webinar Series 3 CEs for LPC/LCPC; LSW/LCSW, LMFT, Psychologist Part 1 - Billing FAQs that Impact your Revenue Cycle-1.5 hours Description: Practice owners, directors, and providers need to understand the gritty details to address the most common billing issues and concerns. Precise NPI credentialing, CAQH registration and payer enrollment decreases the risk of non-compliant claims filing and reduces loss in revenue. Review the most common Billing errors. Analyze the connection between your credentials and your revenue cycle.

Presenter Bio: Yesenia Servin, CPMSM, PESC

Yesenia Servin is a nationally certified credentialing specialist and healthcare management consultant. Yesenia is the lead payer enrollment specialist with Loyola University Health System in Maywood, IL. With over 21 years in the healthcare industry, payer enrollment and credentialing consulting services Yesenia is a current NAMSS member. She studied Microeconomics and Communications at NEIU and is currently studying Healthcare Administration at Concordia University Chicago.

Part 2 - Mental Health Billing in Private Practice-1.5 hours Description: This workshop will provide an overview of CPT codes and guidelines for mental health providers. The presenter will go over the insurance verification process. The presenter will go over the billing process, receiving payments from insurance, and understanding ERA, EFT and EOB.

Presenter Bio: Anna Wlodarczyk, MS

Anna Wlodarczyk, MS has over 10 years of diverse healthcare industry experience including medical and dental billing. DePaul University in Masters in Public Service Management / concentration in Health Care Administration. Anna works as a practice manager for a mental health practice. Her expertise can help you with accurate and timely billing.


  

Writing Treatment Plans and Case Notes: (3.0 CEs) Helpful Hints for Practitioner
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Fran Giordano, PhD, LCPC presents this 3 hour webinar (3CEs). The link does not expire. It is a pre-recorded webinar and available 24/7. This workshop will help practitioners learn strategies for documenting treatment. The specific content of case notes that is effective as a liability protection will be detailed. Difficult documentation issues such as documenting groups, couples, families; and integrating one’s theoretical approach will be discussed. About the

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Francesca G. Giordano, Ph.D. is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the state of Illinois. For the past ten years, she has been an administrator and counselor educator with a specialization in mental health, consultation and ethics. She was an Illinois Professional Counselor Licensing and Disciplinary Board member, and is a board member for the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association and Past President of the Illinois Counseling Association. She is also highly successful workshop presenter and offers workshops for the IMHCA including an exam preparation workshop for the LCPC license. She consults with mental health centers in the areas of effective treatment planning, ethical issues, anger and therapeutic change. In 1998, she received the Counselor Educator of the Year award by the American Mental Health Counselors Association, in 2002 she received the Distinguish Service award from the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association, in 2006 she received the Counselor Educator of the Year award from the Illinois Counselor Education and Supervision Association and in 2009 she received the C.A. Michelman award for Outstanding Service to the Counseling Profession. As a staff member at The Family Institute, her clinical practice specializes in sexuality counseling, anger management, and relationship restoration in couples.


  

Responding to a Subpoena or Court Order (1.0 CE)


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Jennifer Simms, LCPC, JD presents this 1 hour webinar (1CE)

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This webinar will address the legal issues involved for mental health professionals who receive a subpoena or court order to produce their records or to testify. The webinar will assist individuals in obtaining a basic understanding of subpoenas, responding to subpoenas, and consequences to the individual resulting from receiving a subpoena.

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Jennifer E. Simms, JD, MA, LCPC, is a 2000 graduate of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and received a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Illinois University. She is admitted to the state court of Illinois, the United States District Court for the North District of Illinois, the United States District Court for the Central District of Illinois, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois, and the Seventh Circuit Court of appeals. She is also licensed in the State of Illinois as a Clinical Professional Counselor. She authored the articles “The Open and Obvious Doctrine and Landowner Liability: The Rule and the Exceptions” and “Employer’s Tort Liability for Employees’ Injuries: A Primer,” which both appeared in the Illinois State Bar Journal. She is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago Bar Association, Illinois Counseling Association, and Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association.


  

The Psychology of Success: (3.0 CEs) An Overview of Wellness PrinciplEs to Achieve Personal & Professional Success


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Joyce Marter, LCPC presents this 3 hour webinar (3 CEs)

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This workshop has been conducted for fortune 500 companies, business organizations and for 50+ therapists with very positive reviews. The presentation outlines wellness principals (such as utilizing the power of intention, practicing gratitude, silencing your inner critic, etc.) to achieve success. Humorous anecdotes and case examples are provided. Inspiring, positive and motivating for clinicians to look at self-actualization for self and clients.

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Joyce Marter, LCPC is Founder & CEO of Urban Balance, a counseling practice with nearly 90 therapists working from seven locations in Chicagoland and one in St. Louis. Marter was selected by Crain's Chicago Business for their “40 Under 40” List of 2010 and as Distinguished Alumni of the Masters in Counseling Psychology Program at Northwestern University in 2008. She is a two-term Past-President of the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association and the President of the Illinois Counseling Association. Marter is blogger for The Huffington Post and PsychCentral and has been featured in media outlets such as The Wallstreet Journal, US News & World Report and MTV.


 

OCD: What Counselors Need to Know (2.0 CEs)- Conceptualizing and Treating Harm
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This presentation will provide theoretical and treatment considerations related to Harm Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD: often referred to as pure obsessional OCD), a type of OCD where the obsessive theme centers around violent and repugnant content, including fear of a harmful identity, fear of harming others, fear of self-harm, and fear of harming children. The assessment of pure obsessional OCD will be covered, along with how to differentiate harm OCD from suicidal and homicidal intent, impulse control problems, and PTSD. Three theories related to the etiology and treatment will also be highlighted: most notably, evolutionary theory, psychodynamic theory, and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Finally, obstacles to therapeutic progress will be considered, along with a review of some of the most relevant ethical and legal issues. A brief consideration of the impact of Covid-19 concludes the presentation.


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Donna M. Mahoney, Ph.D., LCPC has seventeen years of excellent teaching and supervision/mentoring of graduate and undergraduate students in Counseling and Clinical Mental Health, Clinical Psychology, and Social Work. She has received numerous awards for outstanding teaching, student advocacy, and advising. Served as Coordinator of Clinical Masters program in Clinical Psychology and Director of Clinical Training in Counseling with multiple transferable skills and talents.

 

Shifting Gears from Mental Health to Business: (1.0 CEs) A tutorial for therapists in Private Practice and Entrepreneurial Endeavors
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Joyce Marter, LCPC presents this 1 hour webinar -(1CE)

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This workshop provides information about how to change your thinking to succeed in business endeavors as a mental health professional. Concepts such as effective networking, creating a business plan, establishing a board of directors, fine tuning the art of negotiation and thinking and communicating in a manner that will promote success in business are covered.

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Joyce Marter, LCPC is Founder & CEO of Urban Balance, a counseling practice with nearly 90 therapists working from seven locations in Chicagoland and one in St. Louis. Marter was selected by Crain's Chicago Business for their “40 Under 40” List of 2010 and as Distinguished Alumni of the Masters in Counseling Psychology Program at Northwestern University in 2008. She is a two-term Past-President of the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association and the President of the Illinois Counseling Association. Marter is blogger for The Huffington Post and PsychCentral and has been featured in media outlets such as The Wallstreet Journal, US News & World Report and MTV.


   

Mailing list of licensed professionals

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This is a postal address mailing list of: LPC -Licensed Professional Counselors LCPC - Licensed Clinical Professional Counselors LSW - Licensed Social Workers LCSW - Licensed Clinical Social Workers Psychologists - Licensed Psychologists LMFT - Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists We can filter the list by county, profession/license. The total list has 38,000 names and addresses. A few people have multiple licenses. It will be emailed as an excel file.

   

NBCC’s Official Preparation Guide for the NCMHCE

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NBCC’s Official Preparation Guide for the NCMHCE. It is designed to help you become more familiar with simulations in general and with the specific problem types that comprise the NCMHCE It has five clinical simulation problems (the actual examination has 10) developed and reviewed by content experts in the area of clinical mental health counseling. Price Includes Shipping. Refund Policy: NBCC Official Test Prep: If the book you have received arrives damaged, please photograph any damage, and contact us immediately at myimhca@gmail.com. We will gladly offer you an exchange or refund. We require a receipt or sufficient transaction identification information (name, shipping address, date of purchase) in order to issue a refund or exchange. You'll be refunded the original charge. Customers must ensure that the merchandise is packed for return in such a manner as not to incur damage during the shipping process. Return the book to: IMHCA, PO BOX 706, DeKalb IL 60115.

   

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