Training & Supervision
(Professional CEUs provided by Rathbone & Associates)
Committed to providing mental health professionals high quality, state of the art trainings on cutting edge topics to improve clinical outcomes.
Trainings for mental health and other health professionals.
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Early Identification And Treatment Of Youth At Risk For Psychosis
Jason Schiffman, Ph.D.
May 18, 2018, 9:15-12:30
3 Category I CEUs, $68 Register
National 4H Conference Center, 7100 Connecticut Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD 20815Click to learn more
- Recognize early phases and symptoms of psychotic illnesses.
- Describe attenuated/subthreshold symptoms typically assessed to determine psychosis-risk status.
- Demonstrate awareness of psychosis-risk assessment and consultation services as well as the potential benefits of specialized treatment for this population.
- Increase familiarity with psychosocial interventions for youth at risk for psychosis and be equipped with further resources to learn more about intervention strategies.
Jason Schiffman, PhD is Professor of Psychology and Director of Clinical Training at UMBC. Dr. Schiffman is the Co-Director of the Maryland Early Intervention Program’s Strive for Wellness Clinic, a research, training, and services program designed to improve the lives of young people with or at risk for psychosis, as well as their families. Dr. Schiffman has held numerous grants and has published over 100 scientific articles related to mental health. Dr. Schiffman’s research seeks to refine the identification and treatment of young people at risk for psychotic disorders, and uncover mechanisms that can reduce mental health stigma.
Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP): How The Therapist – Client Relationship Can Be The Agent For Change And Healing
Holly Yates , MS, LPC and Miranda Morris, PhD
Friday, June 8, 2018, 8:45-12 noon
3 Category I CEUs, $68 Register
Rathbone & Associates, 4701 Sangamore Road #210-N, Bethesda, MD 20816Click to learn more
Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) is a therapeutic model that emphasizes the therapist-client relationship as the main agent for change and healing. FAP has its roots in Radical Behaviorism and utilizes behavioral principles to help clients broaden repertoires and shape more effective and workable behaviors through 5 FAP rules. FAP at its core focuses on Clinically Relevant Behavior (CRB). CRBs are behaviors that show up in session that are present in the client’s daily life. When therapists can identify and discriminate CRB, through Awareness Courage and Love, they can help shape client behavior that can significantly impact client’s quality of life. This training will familiarize therapists with this model and enable them to use FAP concepts with clients right away.
- Participants will be able to list and describe the 5 rules of FAP.
- Participants will be able to identify and discriminate Clinically Relevant Behavior (CRB) through examining examples of therapist-client interactions and experiential exercises.
- Participants will be able to describe Awareness, Courage and Love in behavioral terms and demonstrate how they correspond to FAP rules.
- Participants will be able to formulate a case conceptualization that will enable them to anticipate and watch for Clinically Relevant Behaviors (CRBs) as they occur in session.
Holly Yates MS LPC is a Psychotherapist in independent practice and the Owner and Co-founder of North Wake Counseling Partners in Raleigh, NC. Holly is a Certified Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) Trainer and has been working with Third Wave Therapies as her theoretical orientation since 2006. Holly works with adult populations struggling with depression, anxiety, life transitions, loss and grief. She leads groups and works with couples encouraging openhearted communication with compassion and integrity.
Miranda Morris, PhD is a licensed psychologist in private practice in Bethesda, MD. She uses Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat a broad range of difficulties including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, and pervasive difficulties often referred to as “personality disorders”. Prior to establishing her private practice, she worked for seven years in the not-for-profit sector with survivors of trauma and individuals with chronic mental illness. Dr. Morris co-founded the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Sciences (MAC-ACBS) and currently serves on the MAC Board as Past President. As such, she provides local workshops and individual supervision in FAP and ACT for professionals and graduate students.
Providing mental health professionals with high quality, state of the art trainings on cutting edge topics to improve clinical outcomes.
Continuing Education Information
Rathbone & Associates is authorized by the Board of Social Work Examiners in Maryland to sponsor social work continuing education programs and maintains full responsibility for the programs and their content. These trainings qualify for Category I continuing education units. Please contact your state board for verification of reciprocity with other states and professions. In order to receive a certificate, registrants must attend the entire session.
Rathbone & Associates is a sponsor of continuing education credits for psychologists in Maryland under the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Rathbone & Associates maintains responsibility for the program content.
Cancellation policy: Refunds for cancellations are provided if notified 5 days prior to the training date.
Individual and group clinical supervision services are available with the highly experienced therapists at Rathbone & Associates. Many of our therapists are authorized to provide the supervision necessary for licensure to social workers and professional counselors in Maryland.
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