Restorative Counseling Services, LLC

"Changing the World One Family at a Time"


How and when to use Modeling Clay in therapy with children and adolescents suffering with Anxiety.

  •  In this  training we will help you to better understand when and how to use modeling clay in therapy with children and adolescents who suffer from  anxiety. The training shows you how to use this technique as a way to build rapport as well as help clients to identify and express their feelings. 


           Presented by: Shari Nehemiah, ALC and Monique Johnson, LPC-S

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

March 16th, 12:00-1:00

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How to get more creative with teletherapy sessions.

  •  In this hour training we will give you tips on different resources you can use to make your teletherapy sessions more interactive and beneficial.


           Presented by: Whitney Shelton, LPC

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

March 4th, 12:00-1:00


Moving from Cultural Competence to Cultural Empathy.

  • Cultural empathy is the learned ability of counselors to understand accurately the self-experiences of clients from other cultures. Cultural humility involves understanding the complexity of identities — that even in sameness there is difference — and that a clinician will never be fully competent about the evolving and dynamic nature of a patient's experiences. Cultural competence points to an endpoint in understanding a person’s culture but through the lens of cultural humility clinicians will be able to see there is not endpoint but continued learning.

         

           Presented by: Herbert Wilkerson, LPC

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

March 17th, 12:00-1:00

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Brief Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (BCBT)

  • Clinicians will learn what BCBT is and how to teach a new skill or concept in each session, show the client how to perform the skill, practices the skill with the client in session, and then sets up a plan for the client to practice the skill between sessions.

         

           Presented by: Monique Johnson, LPC-S, RPT-S, CCBT

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

Brief Cognitive Behavioral

Therapy

April 21st, 12:00-1:00


Treating Impulsive, and Self-Destructive Behaviors utilizing CBT

  • Clinicians will learn how to define, describe, and discuss the components of CBT and how to apply them with clients who struggle with impulse and self-destructive behaviors.

         

           Presented by: Monique Johnson, LPC-S, RPT-S, CCBT

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit


Self Destruction

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April 27th, 12:00-1:00


The Relationship Between Burnout and Self-Care

  • Clinicians will learn to  identify when to seek outside help versus handling it yourself,
    the 5 stages of burnout, the impacts of burnout on your well-being, what self-care means for you, ways to add self-care to your daily routine and the importance of having good boundaries.

         

           Presented by: Herbert Wilkerson, MS, LPC, JSOCC

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

April 25th, 12:00-1:00


5 Most Effective Anxiety Treatment Techniques 
  • Clinicians will learn how to adapt the most effective interventions to different age groups and client populations and learn how these effective anxiety management techniques can actually change the way the anxious brain works

         

           Presented by: Shari Nehemiah  LPC

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

April 22nd, 12:00-1:00


Explaining the 5 stages of grief to younger clients

  • Clinicians will learn simple ways to understand, identify and explain the 5 stages of grief to younger clients.

         

           Presented by: Whitney Shelton, LPC

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

April 29th, 12:00-1:00

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How to connect with the generation Alpha: Understand and speaking their language

  • Clinicians will learn the generations Z and Alpha language and how to better connect with the population. 

         

           Presented by: Monique Johnson, LPC-S, RPT-S, CCBT

           Cost: $10 1 NBCC credit

June 28th, 12:00-1:00