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/survey 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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  • 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!

  • Friday, June 19, 2020 9:00 AM | Cristina Ally (Administrator)

    "Mindful Self-Compassion in Clinical Practice: A Step by Step Intervention to Enhance Clients' Emotional Resilience"

    Presented by Coralis Solomon, Ph.D., 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 

    Release Date: June 19, 2020 at 9:00 AM

    The practice of Mindful Self-Compassion can transform lives! It is revolutionizing self-care in mental health counseling.  Mindful Self-Compassion is a new skill-building practice to cultivate inner strengths while attending to difficulties with understanding and kindness. In this presentation, participants will learn specific interventions to teach clients the skills of mindful self-compassion to help them with their negative destructive thoughts.  

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    By the end of the presentation participants will be able to:

    1. Describe the theory and research supporting Mindful Self-Compassion.
    2. Teach clinical portable skills to clients in order to properly challenge their inner critic.
    3. Conceptualize clients from a self-compassion lens.

    MEET OUR SPEAKER

    Dr. Coralis Solomon, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Florida, and an Assistant Professor for Troy University in the Tampa Bay site. Her doctoral studies were completed at the University of Central Florida in Counselor Education.  Her dissertation research explored self-compassion and emotional resilience with minority teachers working in elementary schools.  In her private practice, Dr. Solomon specializes in individuals who struggle with anxiety, trauma, and depression. She also works extensively with couples and relationship issues. Her commitment to the mental health counseling field goes beyond private practice as she is a nationally and internationally recognized speaker and a published author in the area of mindful self-compassion and burnout prevention. 



    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).
  • Friday, May 15, 2020 9:00 AM | Cristina Ally (Administrator)

    "Weighty Matters: How to Help Clients Nourish and Accept Their Body in a Weight-Obsessed World"

    Presented by Alice Baker MSRD, CEDRD-S, LMHC, LDN  | 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.

    COURSE SUMMARY

    As therapists, you are quite familiar with bias, stigma, and very well may be involved in social justice efforts to end; however, are you aware of that weight bias was the only bias that increased in recent years?  In this presentation, Alice Baker will explore the potential problems with a weight normative approach, discuss the physiological and psychological impacts of weight stigma, and will provide the benefits of using a weight inclusive approach with your clients along with practical strategies of how to implement this approach. 

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES

    1. Participants will be able to identify 2 problems with the weight normative approach

    2. Participants will be able to define weight stigma, understand it's impact, and learn day to day examples of how weight stigma plays out.

    3. Participants will learn the 5 principles of the Health At Every Size Model

    4. Participants will be able to list 3 practical strategies to implement a weight inclusive approach

    MEET OUR SPEAKER

    Alice Baker MSRD CEDRD-S LMHC LD/Nhas over 23 years’ experience in the field of Eating Disorders and has served clients with eating disorders through the full spectrum of care from inpatient to outpatient. These roles include:

    • Served as Nutrition Supervisor at Remuda Ranch Eating Disorder Treatment Center and creating their Nutrition toolbox.

    • Developed and monitored the IOP nutrition component for The Eating Disorder Recovery Center of Florida.

    • Developed the nutrition component for the eating disorders program at The Recovery Village and trained new dietitians at this facility.

    • Developed and directed True Image Care, a biblically-based Eating Disorder ministry.

    • Co-facilitated groups with local counseling centers on topics such as eating disorder recovery, eating disorder family support, intuitive eating, and health at every size.

    Alice currently sees clients full-time in her private practice, facilitate support groups, presents locally and nationally on the topics of Eating Disorders, and supervises new dietitians in the eating disorder field. 

    Throughout, her passion has grown to walk with others as they looked at the underlying wounds that drove Eating Disorder Behaviors. Alice went back to school to obtain her Masters in Counseling and in January of 2017, she opened Courageous Hearts Counseling, a trauma and social justice informed practice dedicated to coming alongside men and women as they bravely enter their stories, the wounds they have experienced, the self-protective responses they have developed to survive, and new ways to love and be loved. Her specialties include Eating Disorders, Trauma, and Family of Origin Wounds.

    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.comce 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, April 17, 2020 9:00 AM | Cristina Ally (Administrator)

    "Men of Steel: When Masculinity Becomes the Kryptonite"

    Presented by Taylor South  |  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.


    The community of mental is heavily influenced by societal standards and societal expression. This significantly affects the male persona that is consistently presented to young men in our culture. This idea of being a "strong man" can significantly hinder and affect the ability for a mental health professional to connect and help a male client. This presentation aims at providing helpful information that will give therapist and mental health professionals the tools needed to provide culturally appropriate services to male clients.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Attendees will gain a better understanding of gender development theory.
    2. Attendees will be able to define and understand masculinity in our current culture, as well as, identify societal influences on the masculine culture.
    3. Attendees will learn skills they will be able to use in their practice to offer support, education, and encourage rapport building between mental health professionals and male clients.

    MEN OF STEEL 

    Presented by Taylor South

    Men of Steel Attendance Certificate (pdf) - No CEU Needed Version (Attendance only)

    *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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