Who Should Attend? • Addiction and Substance Abuse Counselors • Professional School Counselors and Career Counselors • Marriage and Family Therapists • Mental Health Counselors • Rehabilitation Counselors • Social Workers Seminar Details • University of Sioux Falls, Cleveland Center, Room 106 • May 28–29 • 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. • Registration will be held each day from 7:30-7:50 a.m. • The cost is $95 with an optional $45 for one-hour of college credit. Benefits This seminar meets requirements for continuing education units for counselors and social workers. Up to seven hours can be earned each day. The second day will meet the four hour ethic requirements for South Dakota licensure. One hour of college credit (undergraduate or graduate) will also be available. Cancellation Payment must accompany registration. To withdraw, participant must notify Kari Clark at (605) 331-6781 by May 26 to receive a full refund. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Thursday, May 28 Friday, May 29 7:30–7:50 a.m............... Registration and Light Breakfast 7:30–7:50 a.m.................Registration and Light Breakfast 7:50–8 a.m........... Opening Comments, Erin Stolsmark 7:50–8 a.m........... Opening Comments, Erin Stolsmark 8–9:25 a.m................An Introduction to Working with 8–9:45 a.m.Diversity in the Counseling Profession People Who are Transgender presented by Sarah Heerdt, M.A. presented by Tobin Bakkedahl, M.A., NCC Have you ever struggled to connect with a client, student or co-worker Changing pronouns can be a very realistic part of life for many individuals who do not identify with the gender of which they were born. This session will provide an introduction and best practices to working with transgender people. 9:30–10:55 a.m.... Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Treating Depression presented by Wallace Jackmon, Ph.D., LCSW-PIP Upon completion of this lecture, participants will have learned about the history of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and its efficacy in treating Depression and Anxiety. The presenter will define CBT and highlight the primary assumptions of Cognitive Theory. The process, as well as specific techniques, will be discussed to provide ways in which practitioners might improve their abilities in treating depressed individuals. Case examples will be used to better illustrate specific points made throughout the lecture. The presentation will end with a question and answer session. 11 a.m.–12:25 p.m................................... New Drug Trends different from yourself, whether in race, age, ethnicity, gender and/ or life experiences? “We Are All In This Together” takes a look into the vast diversity present in the counseling profession, offers suggestions on how to make meaningful connections with diverse individuals and gives ideas on how to incorporate understanding and respect into individual, small group and classroom counseling. 10–11:30 a.m.....................................................Love Addiction presented by Deb Thorstenson, MsED, LPC, LAC and Thom Flamboe, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, QMHP, NBCC Healthy relationships are characterized by respect, sharing and trust. They are based on the belief that both partners are equal and that the power and control in the relationship are equally shared. In contrast, love addiction partners can lose their sense of self because of their obsession with romance and unrealistic expectations on themselves and their partner. These circular, illogical thoughts are all-encompassing and a depilating addiction. Identifying these thought patterns will enable you to change them and your behavior. presented by Kara Likness, M.S., NCC, LAC 11:30 a.m.–12:25 p.m.....................................Lunch (on own) and Barb DeVos, M.S., NCC, LPC, LAC Counselors will discuss drug trends and data based on national, South 12:30–4:30 p.m...........Court Decisions, HIPAA and Other Dakota and Rural Sioux Empire statistics and how these trends affect Legal Considerations and Ethical Issues in Counseling the youth in our communities. presented by Sara Frankensteien, J.D. One hour of college credit (graduate or undergraduate) will be available for an additional $45. Attendance will be required for both days, and a one-to-two page reflection paper must be submitted to Erin Stolsmark (firstname.lastname@example.org) by June 5, 2015. This session will cover what HIPAA requires in patient waiver forms, waiver considerations when parents are signing on behalf of their children, when waiver forms should not be used or used restrictively 1:30–2:55 p.m................................................Eating Disorders when counselors are subpoenaed for patient records in the civil or presented by Tiffany Fraser, M.S. criminal court systems, when counselors should object to subpoenas An eating disorder is not something that you choose. Living with an for patient records, court decisions regarding counselor testimony and eating disorder not only affects the individual, but if affects family records and other legal/ethical considerations. and friends as well. In South Dakota, one will need to travel out of state to receive treatment, but we can potentially prevent that from happening. Tiffany Fraser will share her experience, strength and hope as she battled anorexia for 17 years. Contact Us With Questions 3–4:30 p.m. ...........Welcome to a Better Future: From Surviving to Thriving College Credit Information Website: Phone: Email: Address: reach.usiouxfalls.edu (800) 888-1047 or (605) 331-6781 email@example.com 1101 W 22nd St, Sioux Falls, SD 57105 12:30–1:25 p.m..................................................Lunch (on own) presented by Dr. Mark J. Britzman, NCC, CCMHC, LP, RTC Counseling can be an overwhelming and sometimes a lonely profession prone to feelings of rumination, anxiety and compassion fatigue. This presentation is intended to be a positive reminder of helpful evidencebased tips to increase feelings of well-being and worthiness for the helping professional. (Must use a credit card to register.) Non-Profit Org. US Postage PAID Permit No. 11 Sioux Falls, SD 57105 Four easy ways to register! Register through secure website: reach.usiouxfalls.edu Mail completed form: USF Attn: Kari Clark 1101 W 22nd St Sioux Falls, SD 57105 Building Healthy Relationships Ethics Seminar Fax completed form: 605-575-2079 Call: 605-331-6781 (Must use a credit card to register.) (Must use a credit card to register.) Contact information Have you received credit through USF before? Yes No Male Female _______________________________________________ First Name Middle Initial Last Name _______________________________________________ Maiden Name Social Security Number or USF ID _______________________________________________ Phone Number Email Address _______________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________ City State Zip Registration Order We accept cash, check and credit card payments. Which day(s) do you plan to attend? (one day = $95; two days =$95) Thursday Friday Both Days Seminar Total Fee $______ What type of college credit do you need (1 credit = $45) Undergraduate Graduate College Credit Total $_________ What type of CEU’s do you need? (no fee) Counseling Education Social Work (payment must accompany registration) $______________________ Order Total South Dakota Counseling Association Sioux Chapter (checks payable to University of Sioux Falls) _____________________ Check Number _______________________________________________ Credit Card # CVC Code Exp. Date _______________________________________________ Name Is billing information different than above? 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