9-Credit CE Marathon, Off the Wall to On the Ball, Traumanomics, Where to Begin?, Sunday, 8-25-19 (Staten Island)

To Register for this class, please complete the online registration form below. Feel free to call(929)35- CEYOU / (929) 352-3968 or email for assistance.

Please join us for our

CE You! New York Seminar featuring three great presentations…

Off the Wall to On the Ball:
A Dynamic Approach to Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders


“Traumanomics”: Healing the Impact of Trauma on Money and Work


Where to Begin?: Tools for Understanding and Addressing Suicidal Ideation

Earn up to 9 CE Contact Hours!

Sunday August 25, 2019

The Brielle at Seaview, 140 Friendship Lane, Staten Island, NY 10314 

(For GPS directions, use 475 Brielle Avenue which will take you to the Verrazano Babe Ruth League Field. The entrance to The Brielle is directly across from the field on Brielle Avenue.)

This CE You! New York Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 CE Contact Hours). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. The Cost of the full seminar is only $169. Two classes are $119. One class is $75. Includes light lunch/dinner.

* Free and Easy Parking * Just Minutes from the Verrazano Bridge *

*  Refreshments included *


First Session: 11:00 AM – 2:00PM

Off the Wall to On the Ball:
A Dynamic Approach to Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Stephanie Jackman, LCSW, MS

Join Stephanie Jackman, LCSW; MS as we revisit the multifaceted dynamics of ADD and ADHD. Participants will review changes within diagnostic criteria in the DSM-IV versus DSM-V and examine the nature and theories surrounding potential origin of ADHD/ADD. This interactive course will also address underlying disturbance to executive functioning with ADD/ADHD as well as assessment tools for diagnosis and overview of options regarding therapeutic modalities for practitioners to consider in offering effective support and treatment for clients and families. Clinicians will also explore ethical aspects and best practices when serving as a resource for teachers and other professionals interacting with youth and students.

Stephanie Jackman, LCSW, MS is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of experience in children and family services and mental health. She completed her baccalaureate degree in Sociology at the State University of New York College at Buffalo. She went on to earn a Master of Social Work degree from Roberts Wesleyan College. Furthering her education and knowledge base, she earned an additional Master of Human Development degree from the University of Rochester.
Stephanie is a native of Rochester, New York where she currently is in Private Practice and serves as a Mental Health Consultant providing consultation, program development and implementation trainings to local and federal government agencies, educational institutions, faith-based organizations and human service agencies.
She is an avid supporter of up and coming social work professionals and mental health practitioners; providing mentoring and sponsorship. She desires to empower individuals and families to cope with life stressors through a mental, physical and spiritual system of care.


Second Session: 2:00 PM – 5:00PM

“Traumanomics”: Healing the Impact of Trauma on Money and Work

( 3 CE Contact Hours)

Presenters: Nora Simpson and Diana File, MA

Nora Simpson and Diana File, MA examine the often overlooked impact of trauma and dissociation on client economic empowerment. Participants will gain heightened insight surrounding the ways trauma and hyperarousal lead to patterns of financial crisis, decode signals of underlying trauma in client behavior patterns around finances, work, and other adult responsibilities. Tools for helping clients recognize and address the economic impact of trauma as well as assisting clients in developing new skill sets for growth will also be studied.

Nora Simpson is the CEO of Simpson Strategic Solutions, a business strategy firm that offers a neuroscience-based approach to create radical breakthroughs in revenue, profit, productivity and fulfillment. Over the past 10 years, Nora has customized her tools for the unique needs of more than 300 companies in 80+ industries and over 10,000 business leaders to address business development, sales, strategy, operations, financial systems, succession planning, and all manner of growth issues. She has also used her neuroscience-based tools to help thousands of people heal past traumas that were blocking their business success and personal fulfillment. Using this blended approach, numerous clients have seen year-over-year revenue increases of over 100%.
She is the creator of the #1 Neuroscience of Sales nationwide online course: The Neuroscience of Sales Success. She is also the author of the book Get Ahead and Stay Ahead: Use the Secrets of Your Own Brain to Unleash Your Success at Work. In addition to her consulting work, Nora has given many dozens of keynote speeches and workshops around the country for a diverse group of organizations including Merrill Lynch, the CEO Trust, the CEO Club of America, the Executive Forum, Columbia Business School, Indiana University, Tiger 21, and many more. She has adapted her more than 50 neuroscience-based modules into keynotes, workshops, and customized coaching and consulting programs for hundreds of organizations and thousands of individuals. Some of her more popular topics include The Neuroscience of Sales Success, The Neuroscience of Money and Finance, The Neuroscience of Breakthrough Leadership, and The Neuroscience of Healing the Trauma that Binds You.
Diana File holds a BA in Psychology from Yale University and an MA in Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her experience encompasses work in the corporate and educational sectors, helping people and organizations successfully navigate change. When she is not working or researching, you will find her reading novels, traveling, or running with her dog.


Third Session: 5:00 PM – 8:00PM

Where to Begin?: Tools for Understanding and Addressing Suicidal Ideation

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Alexis Cate, LCSW

Join Alexis Cate, LCSW as we examine the social and cultural risk factors associated with suicidal ideation. Participants will review evidence based assessment and intervention techniques, and approaches for building trust, rapport, and therapeutic alliance with clients when concern about suicidal ideation is present. Practitioners will also gain perspective surrounding short term and long term modalities for suicide prevention.

Alexis Cate, LCSW is currently a Clinical Social Worker with the Project Rising Program in the Division of Substance Abuse of Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY and provides direct clinical care to adolescents and young adults (ages 14-24) combatting comorbid substance use and mental health disorders.
She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Wagner College and went on to earn her Master of Social Work Degree from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. Alexis has been working in New York City throughout her career across all age groups treating a variety of psychosocial concerns including: depression, anxiety, mood dysregulation, substance abuse, complex trauma, pervasive mental health disorders, suicidality, self-harm, community violence, and domestic/family violence.
A highly motivated self-starter, Alexis has a strong desire to empower the individuals and families with whom she works. She believes in the importance of holistic health, highlighting the mind-body connection, the practice of mindfulness, and enhancing clinical care by comprehensively understanding each clients needs within and outside the therapeutic experience.



This CE You! New York Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 CE Contact Hours). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. The Cost of the full seminar is only $169. Two classes are $119. One class is $75. Includes light lunch/dinner.

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