MHCCF is proud to offer pre-recorded broadcast webinars on-demand to both members and non-members! Pricing will remain the same: $0 for members, $10 for non-members per 1 CE-credit hour. The pre-recorded broadcasts have not been adjusted in any way, and you may hear some irrelevant information (i.e. statements during intros, etc. referencing "the termination of these courses by the end of 2020"). Approved CEU and NCC credits are applicable for the presentation material itself.


Non-members may now purchase a $10.00 CE Token per one on-demand webinar toward CEU credit.  

Non-members: Once you have completed payment for your CE Token(s), please forward your email confirmation to ce@mhccf.com.

*Both members and non-members must successfully complete the post-webinar quiz in order to receive CEU credit after completion of each training. Participants are welcome to view all on-demand webinars as often as desired. CEU credit is only applicable once for each on-demand webinar.

Please send an email to ce@mhccf.com if you have any questions. Thank you for your interest and participation in these MHCCF on-demand webinars!


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  • Wednesday, September 01, 2021 5:45 PM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

    Using Lifestyle Medicine and Positive Psychology Interventions to Promote Clinician Well-being.

    Presented by Melyssa Allen, MA, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern | 1 CEU Available


    We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


    ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

    Original Air Date: August 20, 2021 at 9:30 AM

    COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated issues that were already present for healthcare providers leading to increased rates of burnout. Lifestyle medicine and positive psychology interventions can serve as an antidote to burnout and promote the well-being of healthcare providers. With the rising rates of mental health concerns due to the pandemic, counselors will be continuing to serve on the front lines. We need proper resources to protect our own well-being so we can continue to provide quality services to our clients.

    Learning Objectives  

    1. Participants will be able to explain the 6 pillars of lifestyle medicine to promote well-being.

    2. Participants will identify how lifestyle medicine and positive psychology can act as protective factors to burnout.

    3. Participants will conduct a personal well-being inventory and reflect on integrating lifestyle medicine to your well-being plan.

    MEET OUR SPEAKER

    Melyssa Allen is a Registered Mental Health Counseling Intern, Exercise is Medicine fitness professional, and Board Certified lifestyle medicine professional. She founded her own coaching and consultation company, Mind-Body-Thrive Lifestyle, providing evidence-based therapeutic lifestyle solutions. Driven by a background that spans biology, clinical psychology, and animal training, Melyssa is known for her expertise in mindfulness-based stress reduction, positive psychology interventions, and behavior change coaching using mindfulness, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. She is passionate about the interconnectedness of physical, mental, and emotional well-being, and helping individuals implement transformative, sustainable change. She is an esteemed member of the Lake Nona Performance Club Medical Advisory Council, serves as Secretary for the American College of Lifestyle Medicine's Fitness in Medicine member interest group, and currently works full-time as a Clinician Well-Being Coach at Orlando Health.


    RESOURCES 


    CEU QUIZ

    COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

    Please be sure to complete the post-webinar quiz for CEU credit. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 30 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

    Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


    QUESTIONS? 

    No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

  • Monday, August 09, 2021 11:08 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

    A Collective Experience: Addressing Racial Trauma and Healing in Black Mental Health

    Presented by Taylor Presha, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern; Micah E. Johnson, PhD; Brittany Peters, PhD, LCSW; Brian Adderley, LCSW


    The recording of this collaborative event will remain available for viewing on the mhccf.com as well as the cfamft.org websites. Please note, the panel discussion is no longer applicable for CEUs (CEUs were provided to live attendees only), and may be viewed at no cost. Thank you for your interest and consideration of this important material to enhance your awareness of black mental health and wellness needs.


    ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

    Original Air Date: July 22, 2021 at 6:00 PM

    Racial trauma is continuous and therefore the conversation must continue. Ongoing conversations help therapists to increase their ability in having challenging discussions. This will be a panel discussion on racial trauma and healing in the Black community. The panel will consist of professionals with various backgrounds who will share their perspectives on understanding the impact of racial trauma and collective healing, discuss therapeutic interventions for racial healing, coping with systemic oppression and utilizing client's strengths in assisting their healing process. We aspire for attendees to gather an understanding of diversity behind the Black experience.

    Objectives  

    1. Participants will develop an understanding of the impact of racial trauma and collective healing.

    2. Participants will be presented with a framework of healing that considers therapeutic techniques and interventions.

    3. Participants will learn ways to help individuals cope with systemic oppression.

    4. Participants will learn how to support the awareness of client strengths to assist them in their healing process.

    MEET OUR PANELISTS

    Taylor Presha, MA is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, private practice owner, mother and wife. While earning her Clinical Mental Health Counseling Masters at the University of Central Florida, Taylor worked as a science teacher at a Title I High School in Orlando, FL. Drawing on her experiences in the field and in the classroom, she creates an environment in each session that encourages clients to be comfortable in their own skin and heal at their own pace. As a private practice owner, she focuses on guiding her clients on their journey of self-discovery and finding their voice in life. As a mother of a 15 month old, Taylor is often running around and basking in the laughter of her daughter with her husband. 

    taylor@achangewithincounseling.com 


    Dr. Micah E. Johnson is a Sociologist trained in criminology and substance misuse epidemiology, currently serving in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy at the University of South Florida. Dr. Johnson's research focuses on childhood trauma, behavioral health, and juvenile justice and is funded by over two million dollars in grants from the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Johnson is also a pioneer of Forensic Sociology and serves in the state and federal court system as an expert witness and mitigation specialist. His work has been cited by the New York Times, Senator Bernie Sanders, and others. Dr. Johnson recently published two books entitled “Never Had a Friend” and “The Little Book of Police Youth Dialogues: A Restorative Path Toward Justice”. 

    micahjohnson@usf.edu 


    Dr. Brittany Peters has over 14 years of experience in community mental health as a clinician, advocate, consultant, and clinical director. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, certified in addictions, and an Approved Qualified Supervisor, Dr. Peters devotes much of her time to improving clinical services in the community through the training and development of counselors and other professionals. Dr. Peters is the current Chair of the Health & Wellness Committee with the Pinellas County Urban League Young Professionals, Co-chair of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the Behavioral Health Interest Chair for NASW Statewide, is trained as part of the Statewide Crisis Intervention Rapid Response Team, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Pinellas County National Alliance on Mental Illness.

    Info@leadclinically.com 


    Brian Adderley is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, who has 7 years of correctional mental healthcare experience. He has earned his master's degree in social work and his bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Central Florida.  He has a passion for working with, uplifting, advocating and holding space for the most systematically oppressed populations.

    Brianadderleymsw@gmail.com


    RESOURCES 


  • Thursday, July 01, 2021 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

    Eating Disorders: The Latest Information You Need to Know.

    Presented by  Joann Hendelman, PHD, MA, BSN, RN, FAED, CEDS, CEDRN| 1 CEU Available


    We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


    ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

    Original Air Date: June 18, 2021 at 9:00 AM

    This presentation will review the current, relevant eating disorder research and trends. Discussion will include contributing factors that lead to the development of eating disorders, while also dispelling common myths and misconceptions. The DSM-5 Eating Disorder criteria will be reviewed, including signs, symptoms and physical findings. Screening, treatment team, levels of care, and other elements related to the treatment of eating disorders will be discussed.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Participants will be able to explain differences between DSM-5 Eating Disorder diagnoses.

    2. Participants will learn about at least 2 commonly held myths and misconceptions about eating disorders as outlined by the 9 truths.

    3. Participants will explore the impact of other eating and body image-related concerns.

    MEET OUR SPEAKER

    Dr. Joann Hendelman (she/her) is the Clinical Director of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness. She is also Clinical Director of The Alliance Psychological Services which provides therapy for those who are uninsured or underinsured, and those who historically have not had access to care. The program is staffed by Postdoctoral Fellows under Dr. Hendelman's supervision. She also trains and supervises Alliance Support Group Facilitators. Dr. Hendelman is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Registered Nurse, and maintains a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Dr. Hendelman is a Fellow in the Academy for Eating Disorders (FAED). She is a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CEDS), a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Nurse (CEDRN) and an iaedp Approved Supervisor for those seeking certification (through The International Association Of Eating Disorders Professionals).


    RESOURCES 


    CEU QUIZ

    COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

    Please be sure to complete the post-webinar quiz for CEU credit. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 30 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

    Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


    QUESTIONS? 

    No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

  • Saturday, May 01, 2021 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

    "Theraputic Martial Arts"

    Presented by Eric Reznik, Psy.D. | 1 CEU Available


    We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


    ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

    Original Air Date: April 16, 2021 at 9:00 AM

    The Therapeutic Martial Arts program introduction course familiarizes participants with a uniquely innovative program, which combines eastern and western philosophies and combination of several evidence-based clinical approaches.  Participants are introduced to research and application of Therapeutic Martial Arts.  Additionally, techniques of stress management, anger control, improvement of self-esteem, and goal attainment with be discussed.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Participants will be able to understand the differences in eastern and western philosophical approaches in dealing with health issues.

    2. Participants will identify the process of emotional response and regulation, as well as the new stage approach of psycho-physiological response.

    3. Participants will identify new techniques in applying Therapeutic Martial Arts with individuals with mental and physical ailments.

    MEET OUR SPEAKER

    Dr. Eric Yuri Reznik was born in Kiev, Ukraine (USSR), in 1966 and came to the United States in 1978. He obtained a bachelor's degree in psychology from Florida International University in 1990. He obtained a master's degree with honors (1994) and a doctorate degree (1999), both in clinical psychology, from Miami Institute of Psychology (currently, Carlos Albizu University). Since then, he has maintained a successful practice in clinical psychology.  Currently, Dr. Reznik maintains a full-time clinical practice at Be Well Rehabilitation and Counseling Group, Inc., in  Hallandale, Florida. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Barry University. Dr. Reznik has published “Saminchilu, The Way of Life and Love, Pain, Deceit, and Other Human Mysteries”.  He is currently developing the Complete Mental Status Evaluation assessment scale.

    Dr. Reznik began martial arts training in Tae Kwon Do and Saminchilu Chuan Fa Gung Fu achieving a black belt of third degree and nine stripes (equivalent to the fifth degree in Karate). Dr. Reznik proficient in other Martial Arts systems. Throughout his martial arts career, he ran several dojos in the South Florida area and was the head instructor of the Saminchilu system. He also competed in local, national, and international competitions, including FBBA, WAKO, BBL, NASKA, USKA, U.S. Open, and the first International Martial Arts Competition, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in 1992.  Between 2001 and 2007, Dr. Reznik was inducted into the Eastern International Martial Arts Hall of Fame for such honors as Humanitarian, Instructor of the Year, and Martial Artist of the Year.  He continues to train with different systems and runs his own competitions.

    Dr. Reznik engaged not only in physical aspects of martial arts but also in philosophical and therapeutic aspects. In 1999, he published a dissertation on therapeutic martial arts dissertation. As a result of his work, he was invited to present his dissertation and its application at many national conferences. Additionally, he ran several programs in therapeutic martial arts in such facilities as Children's Home Society, Child and Family Enrichment Program, Family Service Planning Team, and Our Kids of Dade County. Currently, his dissertation was rewritten into a book, which available in print.

    RESOURCES 

      • Theraputic Martial Arts (PDF) - PowerPoint Handouts
      • Attendance Certificate - No CEU Needed Version (Attendance only)
        *Please complete CEU Quiz if you would like a certificate that shows you have earned a CEU for participation in the on-demand webinar. Your CEU certificate will be emailed to you once your CEU's have been submitted to CE Broker.


      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the post-webinar quiz for CEU credit. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 30 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!



    • Thursday, April 01, 2021 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

      "Leveraging TBRI® Strategies to Strengthen Connection in the Family"

      Presented by Tanya Doyle, M.S., LMFT  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Original Air Date: March 19, 2021 at 9:00 AM

      In this presentation, the audience will be provided with an overview of Trust Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) with a focus on Connecting, Empowering, and Correcting Principles. Mental health professionals will be equipped with effective TBRI® strategies to assist them in their work with challenging families.

      Learning Objectives:

      1.  Participants will be provided a brief overview of TBRI®.

      2.  Participants will be taught effective developmentally appropriate connection strategies to share with parents.

      3.  Mental health professionals will be equipped with additional tools for working with challenging families.

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Tanya Doyle is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist at Connected Counseling Orlando. She owns and operates her private practice in the Hunter's Creek area of South Orlando where she specializes in relationships. Her passion is to help families heal, grow, and thrive through connected relationships and as a result impact communities one healthy family at a time. She received her MS in Counseling at Palm Beach Atlantic University. Tanya is also a Registered Play Therapist, Trust Based Relational Intervention Practitioner®, and speaker. One of her favorite roles as a therapist is co-leading Camp Connect. Camp Connect is an annual TBRI® based event where parents and children receive intensive, attachment rich experiences that facilitate healing and wholeness. Tanya is a "mom-preneur" of three humans and two fur-babies. With the support of her husband, she is afforded many fun and relatable experiences that help her relate to her couples.

      RESOURCES 




      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

    • Monday, March 01, 2021 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)
       "Addictions in the New Millennium: Understanding the impact of electronics, video game, and vaping/THC addiction"

      Presented by Jim West, M.A., LMHC, NCC  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Original Air Date: February 19, 2021 at 9:00 AM

      During this presentation, we will talk about gaming disorder, electronics addiction and discuss how much electronics kids should have, based on suggestions by the American Association of Pediatrics, with a twist. The material will explore comparisons between Fortnite and Heroin addiction; including the mention of societal studies and conclusions made in the UK, the World Health Organization and the US Surgeon General. This program includes Vaping, as this is another major problem new to this generation, whereas the US Surgeon General labeled an Epidemic and gave the FDA an “F” for how they are regulating these devices.  Finally, we will discuss how todays Marijuana is not your grandfather’s pot!  You will learn that drug dealers modified the pot to have higher amounts of THC and up to 8 times less medical benefit (CBD).

      1. Participants will learn about the impact of electronics addiction: how social media effects self-esteem, body image, cutting, cyber-bullying.

      2. Participants will learn how video games are making kids stay inside, not do schoolwork and quit sports teams (similar to the impact of illegal drugs).  

      3. Participants will explore how we can rewire the reward circuitry in the gaming addict’s brain and re-engage society. 

      4. Participants will address the changes of nicotine addiction; with consideration on how Big Tobacco hooked the next generation, and how the new Marijuana can be addictive and cause psychosis.

      5. Participants will also learn to incorporate ways to help parents, teens and young adults quit addictions and get their lives back. 

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Jim West, MA, LMHC, NCC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, the author of StressLess Educational Series, president of Total Life Counseling and his group has been interviewed by local and national media on issues facing adolescents and families. He is a Qualified Clinical Supervisor and provides supervision to Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns for licensure in the state of Florida. Jim is an Author, Communicator, School Consultant, Nationally Certified Licensed Counselor and he specializes in counseling for Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADD/ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder and Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD). He is a subject matter expert, and he has been featured on multiple tv networks and news stations. Jim spoke on Fox 35 in the last year on Fortnite Addiction, collaborating with a British psychologist who compared it to Heroin Addiction. He also highlighted his knowledge of electronics addiction in January of 2018 when the World Health Organization declared Gaming Disorder an actual diagnosis. Additionally, Jim has always thought of creative experiential treatment approaches to reach those who might not respond to traditional therapies. Jim has a unique way of bonding with children and adolescents through Play Therapy, Power Point Presentations, Interactive Games, Recreation Therapy and staying current with the constantly changing world of the children & adolescents. Jim also stays current with adolescents through his 13 years of experience in youth ministry in speaks to students at school assemblies, youth groups and conventions.

      RESOURCES 



      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

    • Friday, November 20, 2020 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)
       

      "TRE: Stress Less and Improve Self Regulation Skills"

      Presented by Peggi Wegener, Ed.S.  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Release Date: November 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM

      TRE (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) is a set of 7 simple exercises that activate the body's natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating.  The 'tremor mechanism" releases muscular tensions and calms down the nervous system.  Developed by Dr. David Berceli, TRE is  a self-help tool for people to access their body's own natural healing mechanism.  TRE® is being taught in 65 countries and practiced globally with millions of people.  This is an excellent adjunct to therapy as it empowers clients to actively participate in their recovery process.  For individuals who have an overcharged nervous system, TRE can help "down regulate" them from sympathetic to parasympathetic function.  For individuals who struggle with feeling disconnected, dissociated, or numb, or who vacillate between numb and intense emotional reactions, TRE can help bring about better self regulation.

      LEARNING OBJECTIVES

      1. Understand Polyvagal Theory and how the brain & body respond to stress, tension & trauma

      2. Review the limitations of typical treatments of trauma

      3. Learn about the TRE process

      4. Review the advantages of TRE

      5. Understand how TRE impacts the nervous system

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Peggi Wegener is a native Floridian who grew up in Orlando.  She attended the University of Florida and received a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and two concurrent graduate degrees – Master of Education and Specialist of Education (a year longer than the Master's degree) – in Counselor Education with a focus on Community and Agency Counseling.  Peggi is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Jacksonville, FL with over 30 years of experience.  She was introduced to TRE in 2010, became a Certified TRE Provider in 2017 and joined the TRE Mentor to Trainer program in 2020.

      RESOURCES 



      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

    • Friday, October 16, 2020 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

      "BDSM 101 for Therapists"

      Presented by Stefanie D. Meyer-Goodwin, MA, LMHC, LMFT, NCC, CCMHC, ACS  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Release Date: October 16, 2020 at 9:00 AM

      Members of the kink community frequently report difficulty finding therapists that have basic knowledge of BDSM (Bondage & Discipline, Domination & Submission, Sadism & Masochism) and fear that therapists will negatively judge their relational and sexual practices. In culturally competent practice the burden of educating therapists does not rest with the client. This presentation provides an overview of the range of kink identities and practices, methods of differentiating between healthy kink dynamics and abusive relationships, approaches to affirming therapy, and resources for additional support and education. Participants will leave this presentation with information to enhance their skills in assessing and treating members of the kink community from an empowering and affirming stance.

      LEARNING OBJECTIVES

      1. Define basic terminology related to kink identities and practices
      2. Differentiate between Risk Aware Consensual Kink and abusive practices
      3. Learn how to apply the PLISSIT model to working with kinky clients
      4. Identify community resources and supports

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Stefanie D. Meyer-Goodwin, MA, LMHC, LMFT, NCC, CCMHC, ACS has worked in the counseling profession for 9 years. She earned a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling and Certificate in Family and Relationship Counseling from Rollins College and is a national Approved Clinical Supervisor and Florida state qualified supervisor for interns in mental health counseling and marriage and family therapy. She currently serves as the Clinical Director for The Meaningful Life Center, overseeing their evidence based complex trauma program. In
      addition to her clinical experience, Stefanie is a doctoral candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision at Capella University and supporting professor in the Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Rollins College. Stefanie is passionate about multicultural and social justice issues in the counseling field and focuses her research and presentations on improving multicultural awareness and professional competency. Stefanie serves her professional community as the current president-elect for Mental Health Counselors of Central Florida.

      RESOURCES 

      • BDSM 101 for Therapists Certificate of Attendance (pdf) - No CEU Needed Version (Attendance only)
        *Please complete CEU Quiz if you would like a certificate that shows you have earned a CEU for attending. Your certificate will be emailed to you once your CEU's have been submitted to CE Broker.


      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!


    • Friday, September 18, 2020 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

      "Links Between Adverse Childhood Experience and Adult Wellbeing"

      Presented by Lisa Minter, LMHC  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Release Date: September 18, 2020 at 9:00 AM

      This training will highlight the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on mental illness and direct links to functional ability as an adult. Research studies will be reviewed to highlight the significance of the ACEs score and statistical outcomes. Treatment implications, such as trauma informed care and empowerment-oriented approaches will be introduced.

      LEARNING OBJECTIVES

      1. Participant will be able to define “ACEs.”

      2. Participant will be able assess for ACEs in clients.

      3. Participant will be able to identify clinical implications of ACEs scores in clients.

      4. Participant will be able to identify specific trauma-informed practices to treat ACEs in clients.

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Lisa Minter is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). She has worked with individuals and families in both private practice and inpatient settings for over 10 years. She is trained in EMDR which is a trauma resolution therapy. She is active in the Greater Orlando EMDRIA study group. She is experienced in working with individuals and families affected by ACEs as well as adult trauma. She graduated from Rollins College in 2006 with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Certificate in Marriage and Family Counseling.

      RESOURCES 




      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST). 


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

    • Friday, August 21, 2020 9:00 AM | Preston Patterson (Administrator)

      "Cultural Competency Starts at Intake"

      Presented by Jenna Burton, LMHC  | 1 CEU Available

      We are pleased to offer this on-demand webinar to or MHCCF members and non-members (fee applicable). Please feel free to watch the video at any time. Successful completion of the quiz below will be required to ensure you receive CEU credit for your viewing of this online presentation.


      ON DEMAND WEBINAR 

      Release Date: August 21, 2020 at 9:00 AM

      There is a vast need for a multi-culturally aware approach to psychotherapy and it starts with a culturally competent intake and assessment.  This training will define cultural competence, cultural humility, offer more culturally aware questions to ask on your intake forms, and provide tools to use during your initial session to address cultural and socially based trauma. 

      LEARNING OBJECTIVES

      1. Define Cultural Competence and Cultural Humility.

      2. Provide practical learning experiences for skill development in completing culturally competent intakes and assessments.

      3. Develop an action plan towards becoming more culturally competent when completing intakes and assessments.

      MEET OUR SPEAKER

      Jenna Burton is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with over 20 years of experience the counseling field helping individuals and families identify their strengths and resolve their challenges through the therapeutic process.  She holds a Masters Degree in Mental Health and School Guidance Counseling from Rollins College; and currently has a private practice, 'Mindful Hearts Institute' in Maitland, Florida. Jenna is a Certified EMDR therapist, an EMDRIA Approved Consultant and a HAP facilitator.  She specializes in Trauma based Psychosis and Schizophrenia, complex trauma and PTSD, Dissociation, and adoption and attachment issues. Jenna recently hosted a 10 month Cultural Competency group featuring the book, Cultural Competence and Healing Cultural Based Trauma with EMDR Therapy. She is currently preparing on a workshop for EMDRIA 2020: Conference Social Drift and the LGBTQ+ community and hopes to be able to present this to you here next year. 

      Jenna's vision is to see individuals and families communicate, connect, and become their best selves.  Her approach recognizes how the brain and body are interconnected and that healthy relationships and resolving past traumas are the key to reaching more of our own potential, impacting the people around us in a more constructive way, thus creating healthier families, healthier workplaces, and a healthier world.

      RESOURCES 

      *You must complete the CEU Quiz below to qualify for the approved Continuing Education Unit (1-hour) for participating in this webinar. A separate CEU certificate will be emailed to you once your CEU's have been submitted to CE Broker.



      CEU QUIZ

      COMPLETE THE SURVEY by CLICKING HERE!

      Please be sure to complete the following quiz. Once the quiz is complete, allow our team up 60 days to process your CEU credits. You will receive your CEU Certificate once your CE's have been submitted to CE Broker.

      Please email all questions regarding CEUs

      to CE@mhccf.com or feel free to call us at 407-502-0344, M-F, 9 AM - 5 PM (EST).


      QUESTIONS? 

      No problem! We have you covered. You can always email us at admin@mhccf.com or call/text us at  407-502-0344. We are here to help you!

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