[oblpct] Continuing Education -- Lewis & Clark College

Oregon Bd Licensed Profess Counselors & Therapists Information oblpct at lpct.board
Mon May 2 10:36:35 PDT 2011


The following information is provided as a courtesy of the Oregon Board
of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists.
It is not an endorsement.
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Psychology for Everyone
This course is an introduction to topics studied by research
psychologists, emphasizing applications to counseling/clinical work. 
Dates: June 6 - August 5
Time: Online course
Instructor: Roberta Deppe, Ph.D.
Continuing education credit or CEUs available. 
For more information or to register contact the Center for Community
Engagement at Lewis & Clark College: cce at lclark.edu
<blocked::mailto:cce at lclark.edu> .

 

Working with Transgender Clients
This course will help participants develop a critical consciousness in
relation to gender-related bias in therapeutic approaches. Suggestions
for practice will include transpositive theoretical approaches,
addressing ethical dilemmas including critical examination of Gender
Identity Disorder diagnosis, clinical paperwork, and marketing as a
transgender-affirmative therapist. A limited number of seats are
available - register today to secure your participation.
Date: July 8
Time: 9 am - 5:30 pm
Instructor: Kristen Benson, Ph.D., LMFT, CFLE 
Degree-applicable and continuing education credit or CEUs available. 
For more information or to register contact the Center for Community
Engagement at Lewis & Clark College: cce at lclark.edu
<blocked::mailto:cce at lclark.edu> .


Guiding Recovery Through Education and Wellness: 2011 Northwest
Institute of Addictions Studies Conference
The 2011 NWIAS conference features a streamlined 2-day format and
practitioner wellness fair. Training opportunities include:
marijuana use and dependence, non-medical use of prescription drugs,
adolescent substance dependence and treatment, recovery-oriented systems
of care and health care reform, corrections and substance use treatment,
gambling, human trafficking and more.
Dates: July 21-22
Times: 8 am - 5 pm
Presenters include: Eric Martin, MAC, CADC III, CPS, Policy and
Legislative Liaison, ACCBO and Instructor, University of Oregon; Sandra
A. Brown, Ph.D., Vice Chancellor of Research, University of California,
San Diego; Carol Boyd, Ph.D., MSN, FAAN, Director of the Institute for
Research on Women and Gender, University of Michigan.
CEUs available.
For more information or to register contact the Center for Community
Engagement at Lewis & Clark College: cce at lclark.edu
<blocked::mailto:cce at lclark.edu> .


Wilderness and Adventure Therapy
This course explores the application of mental health and substance
abuse treatment in outdoor settings and discusses therapeutic uses of
outdoor challenge activities for recreation, personal growth and
reflection, and to enhance counseling & psychotherapy.
Dates: August 15-19
Times: Week long course with one day on campus and 4 days in field.
Instructor: Thomas Joseph Doherty, Psy.D
Degree-applicable and continuing education credit or CEUs available. 
For more information or to register contact the Center for Community
Engagement at Lewis & Clark College: cce at lclark.edu
<blocked::mailto:cce at lclark.edu> .

Matsya Siosal, Marketing Coordinator
Center for Community Engagement
Lewis & Clark College
Graduate School of Education and Counseling
0615 SW Palatine Hill Road MSC 85
Portland, OR 97219
Phone: 503.768.6222 

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Becky Eklund, Executive Director
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional
    Counselors and Therapists
3218 Pringle Road SE, #250
Salem, OR 97302
(503) 378-5499
www.oregon.gov/oblpct
 
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