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9-Credit CE Marathon, What’s My Line, Happily Ever After, Spirituality Legitimized…Almost, Sunday, 12-8-19 (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 NewYork@CEyou.org for assistance.

Please join us for our

CE You! New York Seminar featuring three great presentations…

What’s My Line?
Improvisational skills to enhance the therapeutic relationship

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Happily Ever After: Managing Expectations and Communication With Couples Therapy

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Spirituality Legitimized…Almost: Near Death and Other Spiritual Experiences in the United States

Earn up to 9 CE Contact Hours!

Sunday December 8, 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: 10:00 AM – 1:00PM

What’s My Line?
Improvisational skills to enhance the therapeutic relationship

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Sloane Miller, LMSW, MFA

Everything that happens in the treatment room between social worker and client is unscripted, unrehearsed, impromptu, and extemporaneous. We have interpersonal skills and tools at our fingertips, learned through books, in school, or on the job, but once the client walks in the room, we will need to figure out quickly how and when to deploy those skills and tools or we may need to create new ones on the fly. Whether we realize it or not, we are already doing “improv.”
Join Sloane Miller, LMSW; MFA as we study the core concepts of improv — and how being present, being flexible, and commitment — can deepen our understanding of core social work skills like listening, non-verbal communication, reflecting/reacting, and acceptance. This workshop will introduce the central principles of improvisation and using improvisation exercises will explore how improv can support and deepen the worker/client process and relationship.

Presenter Sloane Miller, MFA, LMSW, specialist in food allergy management and author, is founder and President of Allergic Girl Resources, Inc., a consultancy devoted to food allergy awareness. She consults with private clients, the healthcare, food and hospitality industries, government and not-for-profit advocacy organizations. Ms. Miller earned her Master of Social Work at the New York University’s Silver School of Social Work and her Master of Fine Arts in Writing and Literature at Bennington College. In 2006, she started Please Don’t Pass the Nuts, an award-winning blog for and about people affected by food allergies. In 2011, John Wiley & Sons published Ms. Miller’s book, Allergic Girl: Adventures in Living Well With Food Allergies, the definitive how-to guide. Ms. Miller combines a lifetime of personal experience and passion with professional expertise to connect with people about how to live safely, effectively, and joyously with food allergies. For more information, please visit Allergic Girl Resources, Inc at www.allergicgirl.com

 

Second Session: 1:00 PM – 4:00PM

Happily Ever After: Managing Expectations and Communication With Couples Therapy

( 3 CE Contact Hours)


Presenter: Kori Grillo, LCSW

Navigating the complexities of couples therapy can be daunting for even the most experienced clinician. In this workshop, Clinical Social Worker and Life Coach, Kori Grillo, LCSW will explore helpful practices when identifying whether you are the right counselor for couples work, remaining objective and client centered when establishing goals for a couples work, and ways to introduce and implement emotionally focused couples therapy practices, leading to improved communication.

Clinical Social Worker and Leadership Coach Kori Grillo, LCSW examines contemporary workplace culture through the lens of gender, behavior, power and status. Participants will gain insight surrounding the historical context of gender based workplace discrimination, common barriers to advocacy, seeking justice and effective tools for Social Workers and Mental Health professionals to utilize in both micro and macro environments. Whether you are helping clients navigate the hurdles on the path toward upward career mobility or assisting agencies in establishing socially responsible policies, this thought provoking presentation will provide practitioners with heightened awareness about the perils of a socially and ethically antiquated workplace and strategies to address it.

 

Third Session: 4:00 PM – 7:00PM

Spirituality Legitimized…Almost: Near Death and Other Spiritual Experiences in the United States

( 3 CE Contact Hours )

Presenter: Rev. Karen E. Herrick, PhD, LCSW, LMSW, CADC

Dynamic lecturer and author Karen Herrick brings us back to the first time the DSM contained V-Code 62.89 in recognition of Religious or Spiritual Problems. In response to 30-40 % of the US population reporting to have undergone at least one mystical or spiritual experience, the purpose of this V-Code was to introduce a more culturally sensitive DSM ensuring mental health professionals would not ignore or make pathological the religious or spiritual dimensions of life. Believers and skeptics alike are invited to gain insight and appreciation of the important contrasts and characteristics of spiritual experiences vs psychosis, as well as enjoy a fascinating look at the ethical elements associated with Religion and Spirituality in the psychotherapeutic setting.

Rev. Karen E. Herrick, PhD, LCSW, LMSW, CADC, ACMHP has shared her clinical expertise for thirty years in her private practice by lecturing throughout the United States on dysfunctional and addictive homes, disassociation, grief, and loss from a Jungian psychological perspective.
Since 1995, her Interfaith ministry has been actively involved in Spiritual Psychology, specifically in naming spiritual experiences and working with chronic grief. This has led her to studying the bidirectional system of the vagus nerve. While physically important, it is also through this nerve that we receive intuitive and spiritual messages. She is a lecturer with CEYou.org, providing webinars for professionals and others interested in Jungian psychology, spirituality and the soul. Her books, You’re Not Finished Yet and “Grandma, What is a Soul?” are available through Amazon.com, Kindle and her office. Her websites are karenherrick.com, spiritualexperiences.info and grandmawhatisasoul.com

 

 

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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