Non-NPI Events

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June 14, 2018
Completing the LPC-MHSP application for licensure can feel overwhelming and like a daunting task with many moving parts! Join us for this informative workshop on how to properly complete the LCP-MHSP applications for licensure so that you can feel confident you have completed it correctly!

Online Workshop Details:
Who is this for: New graduates or soon-to-be graduates from a Counseling program and LPC-MHSP’s who are seeking licensure.
When:   Thursday, June 14, 2018
Time:   9:00am – Noon
Cost:  $30
Pre-Register:  This is an Online Webinar Workshop
Preregister by Wednesday, June 13th.
Register now at: carlaarchuletta.appointy.com
Seating is limited to 20.
Contact Information: Carla Archuletta
(615) 852-5055
Email: Carla@CarlaArchuletta.com
Program Flyer:  Click HERE

June 20, 2018
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Cultural Competency and Quality Care for Trans and Non-Binary People
Midtown Hill Police Precinct 1441 12th Ave. S. 37203
Sponsored by the Tennessee Alliance for Sexual Health
Presenter: Renae Taylor

This presentation will delve into creating a standard of care that is inclusive to trans and non-binary people. Including:
1. Incorporating gender neutral language on intake forms and in session
2. How to create better health outcomes for patients whose gender identity doesn’t match their sex assigned at birth
3. Barriers for Accessing Care for gender non-confirming individuals, and best practices

MUST REGISTER by Friday June 15, 2018:

Eligible for .5 continuing education units with The American Association for Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.

June 23, July 28, August 25 & September 22nd 
Against the Stream Meditation Center is offering four day-long meditation retreats at our center in East Nashville. Focusing on kindness, compassion, gratitude and equanimity, these retreats are an opportunity to begin or deepen your practice. Open to all experience levels.  pm. More information at www.againstthestreamnashville.com

June 23, 2018
Constellations Nashvilleday of group family constellations will be happening Saturday, June 23 from 10 am until 5 pm.  Camille Adair of Santa Fe, NM and Lj Ratliff, LCSW will be facilitating.  This is powerful, very connecting experiential work healing inherited trauma in the family system.
Contact: Lj at LRatliffLCSW@yahoo.com or 615-262-1061
More Information:  To get more information or to register, Download Flyer HERE.

July 8, 15, 22, & 29
HSP (Highly Sensitive Persons) Group

Sunday afternoons from 1:30-3:00pm
$50/group = $200 total

A combination of psychoeducation, support group, and interpersonal process, the HSP Group is designed to benefit both therapists and non-therapists who identify as having Highly Sensitive Personality. Each session I give a brief didactic piece about HSP and then we open the group to sharing and interpersonal process.  Because this is a small group (5-6), participants must commit to attending all four sessions.  Cost is $50/group.  We’ll meet from 1:30-3:00pm at my (Laura Kreiselmaier’s) Berry Hill office.  For more information, please visit http://kreiselmaiertherapy.com/hsp-group/.

If you believe you are an HSP and would like to join the group, or if you have a client to refer, please email kreiselmaiertherapy@gmail.com.

AUGUST 3-5, 2018
Integrative Life Center, Ann Rainey, LPC and Barbara Larew Adams, MSW, for an intensive, 3 day workshop at Integrative Life Center in Nashville. Learn and observe a Family Reconstruction. The Reconstruction will take place on Saturday at the Scarritt Bennett Center in Nashville. Lunch and Dinner will be provided on Saturday only.

To watch an informative video and learn more about Family Reconstruction, please visit Ann Rainey’s website.

-The unique aspects of big picture therapy
– To Use life story techniques in individual practice
-The value of story telling in therapy.
-The goals and structure of reconstruction
-The preparation and use of props
-To play roles and improvise in story telling
-To Acknowledge and separate personal and professional responses to reconstruction
-The value of community large group involvement
-To facilitate addiction treatment with experiential pictures
-To practice Reconstruction techniques

COST $400 per person if you register before June 1, 2018
$450 per person if you register after June 1, 2018
*Student Rate: $300 – (Available to graduate, undergraduate and LADAC students only)
*Reconstruction 1 Day Only: $250.00 (available to clinicians only for the Reconstruction Day – Saturday, August 4th)

REGISTER ONLINE AT https://familyreconstruction2018.eventbrite.com