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    • 05/20/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St. WPB. 33407
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    Troubled Teens: Working with "Gen Z"
     Erin Beattie M.Ed, NCC

    Teens today are more stressed and less resilient than at any time in recent history.  The pandemic has made worse issues of anxiety, depression, peer pressure and substance abuse.  Families can reel and fail under the burden of teens who fail to thrive.  This excellent presentation from Family First will give a detailed and thorough overview of mental health trouble, substance abuse, complex trauma, and dysfunctional family patterns found in struggling adolescents that signal the need for higher, more restrictive levels of care. 

    The team at Family First Adolescent Services provides best-in-class care to teens in a safe and loving environment. They offer treatment for the most problematic, common, and complex mental and behavioral health issues that affect teens today.  We are proud to have another event featuring Family First staff.  One of our best seminars, you may remember featured Mike Giresi in a talk on the Neuro Affective Relational Model last year. 

    Learning Objectives:

    • Participants will determine programs and therapeutic services that most effectively address complex trauma.
    • Participants will describe elements of a specific healing process for families of adolescents in recovery. 
    • Participants will articulate a process for transitioning clients from outpatient to residential treatment and back, to include clinicians, clients, and families.
    • Participants will describe unique psychological and biological capacities of teens that struggle with substance abuse, complex trauma, and family dysfunction.  
    • Participants will outline effective  discussions with family members when transitioning teens to residential care and back.  

     Erin Beattie M.Ed, NCC

    Erin earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with honors and her Master’s in Education with a focus in Mental Health Counseling from Florida Atlantic University. Erin is also pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education & Supervision from the same institution. As a doctoral student, Erin is a Teaching Assistant, and has assisted in research for multiple publications including assessment and treatment for children with special needs and cutting-edge strategies for the assessment of couples and families. Erin was named the “2021-2022 Emerging Leader” for the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (IAMFC). Erin is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) through the Board of Nationally Certified Counselors (NBCC). Erin has extensive experience working with a diverse range of populations from children, adolescents, and families, to people struggling with homelessness and addiction issues. Erin has received specialized training in the NeuroAffective Relational Model® (NARM®) for treating complex trauma (C-PTSD) from the NARM Training Institute and is currently completing her requirements to become a NARM-Informed Professional®. Erin is motivated by witnessing the results of supporting adolescents and families to learn skills for self-empowerment and stand up for things that they want in their lives. Erin believes in bringing a curious, client-centered approach to healing and motivational enhancement, for both parents and adolescents struggling to connect with themselves and each other.

     Proudly Sponsored by:

    John Davis, President


    • 06/03/2022
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Online (Gotowebinar)


    DSM-5-TR: What Counselors Should Know About the New Edition

    Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT

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    MHCAPB members select: “Registration + CEUs, MHCAPB Members”

    Use Promo Code: ANMW5JIB Cost: $25.00

    Registration issues? Please contact office@FLmhca.org

    Description: The DSM-5-TR was released in March 2022, nine years after the release of DSM-5. Although the medical model is not the only model that mental health professionals work with, it is an important one. Standards within the counseling profession (e.g., CACREP, best practice guidelines, codes of ethics) and from outside of the profession (e.g., licensure boards, third party payers) encourage or require counselors to have an updated understanding of the DSM. Counselors are busy professionals. With a myriad of competing responsibilities, it’s understandably challenging to put aside a little time to learn about changes in the DSM diagnostic system. This succinct, two-hour webinar was designed as a tool counselors can use to get updated on important changes in the new edition.

    CE Broker Tracking #: 20-902616

    This event is sponsored by FMHCA, an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider. FMHCA NBCC Provider# 2058. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  FMHCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. This course is approved by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, LMHC, LMFT, LCSW – FMHCA CE Broker #: 50-748

    Learning Objectives

    1.     Identify symptoms of Prolonged Grief Disorder, a new condition in DSM-5-TR.

    2.     Describe the APA’s efforts to increase attention to culture, racism, discrimination, gender identity, and childhood symptoms in DSM-5-TR.

    3.     Describe changes to Section III of DSM-5-TR (i.e., conditions for further study and assessment tools).

    About the Presenter

    Dr. Aaron Norton is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with certifications in addictions, alcohol and drug counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical mental health counseling, trauma treatment, forensic mental health evaluation, and forensic behavioral analysis.


    He serves as Executive Director of the National Board of Forensic Evaluators, a national not-for-profit board officially endorsed by the American Mental Health Counselors Association that provides training, certification, and professional advocacy for licensed mental health professionals specializing in forensic mental health evaluation. He is an Adjunct Instructor at the University of South Florida's College of Behavioral and Community Sciences. He serves as Southern Regional Director and Ethics Committee Liaison for the American Mental Health Counselors Association and Past-President and Chair of Government Relations Committee for the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association. He is the Consulting Editor for AMHCA’s The Advocate Magazine. He also works at Integrity Counseling, a group private practice, providing therapy, forensic and clinical evaluation, and clinical supervision to mental health counselor and marriage and family therapist interns as a Qualified Supervisor. He has 20 years of experience in the counseling profession, specializing in lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) issues, cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety and depressive disorders, and substance use treatment.


    He was awarded Mental Health Counselor of the Year by the American Mental Health Counselors Association in 2016, Counselor Educator of the Year by the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association in 2016, Researcher of the Year by the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association in 2019, and he was awarded AMHCA’s Public and Community Service Award in 2020. An experienced writer, presenter, and trainer, he has been published in several academic journals and professional magazines in the counseling profession.

    • 06/17/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45 th St WPB. 33407
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    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: New Perspectives on an Old Problem

    Dr Lisette Cortes

    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a neuro-biological condition that is usually chronic, with waxing and waning symptoms. Approximately 2.3% of the population in the United States has OCD, or 1 in 40 adults and 1 in 100 children (Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 2017). OCD is characterized by persistent unwanted intrusive thoughts called obsessions, which are disturbing in nature and are often accompanied by significant anxiety, discomfort, doubt, or even disgust. Individuals with OCD engage in compulsions or behaviors and rituals in efforts to attempt to manage, minimize, or get rid of these thoughts and associated distress. OCD can significantly affect an individual’s quality of life. It can often be misdiagnosed with a median time-frame of about 14 to 17 years to get an accurate diagnosis In this presentation we review how to complete an appropriate assessment and diagnosis of OCD as well as discuss the gold standard and evidenced-based treatments for OCD. Interventions of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Exposure on Response prevention will be discussed, including the use of an inhibitory learning approach to the treatment of OCD.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Explain the appropriate steps to complete a clinical evaluation of OCD utilizing proper assessment tools.
    • Describe the clinical presentation of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), prevalence, and symptoms.
    • Recognize evidence-based treatment for OCD, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and ERP  (Exposure and Response Prevention).

    Dr Lisette Cortes

    I am a Cognitive-Behavioral therapist by training and specialize in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). My approach to treatment is based on creating an environment that supports a collaborative relationship in which goals are set in unison with my clients. I help my clients become more familiar with their own unhelpful thinking patterns while developing more adaptive ways to cope with distress and ultimately make supportive life changes. I support my clients in making changes to improve the quality of their lives by approaching otherwise avoided situations and obtaining self-confidence. I also facilitate improvements in family relationships by providing an environment where family members can feel comfortable in expressing their emotions, being heard, and effectively communicating with one another.

    During my training at Nova Southeastern University and throughout my clinical practice while living in South Florida, I have served multicultural populations. I was born in Bogota, Colombia and Spanish is my first language, which has given me the opportunity to provide services in both English and Spanish languages. My client focus is inclusive of the LGBT population as well as of populations of diverse religious backgrounds, ethnicities, and nationalities.

    I completed my Pre-Doctoral Internship at The Renfrew Center of South Florida and provided services for women with eating disorders and co-morbid conditions. I completed my post-doctoral fellowship and first years in practice at an OCD specialty clinic working with individuals (children to older adults) who presented with OCD and related conditions such as panic disorder, social anxiety, agoraphobia, and emetophobia (fear of vomiting). 

    I am very passionate about participating in supporting our community and advocating for mental health treatment, education, and outreach. Since 2011 I have participated in the planning of the annual Eating Disorders Awareness walk with The Alliance for Eating Disorder, and have been a member of the Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness outreach and educational committee. I also hold leadership positions for the board of the Florida Psychological Association Broward Chapter and for the board of IAEDP (International Association for Eating Disorder Professionals) South Florida Chapter.

    I am a Licensed Psychologist in the state of Florida and currently provide individual, family, and group therapy at Home For Balance Psychotherapy Group. I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders and comorbid conditions such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, anxiety disorders, depression, personality disorders, and trauma.

    Allison Ford Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

    Currently working in private practice as a registered intern, Allison's interests involve treating anxiety, athletic-related issues, depression, eating disorders, and OCD. Allison began her career in counseling at Henderson Behavioral Health as a student intern. It was here that she was exposed to severe mental illness due to work at Henderson's baker act receiving facility. From there she completed her master's degree in Counseling with a focus on Clinical Mental Health at Nova Southeastern University, while being a member of the NSU women's volleyball team. Allison then opened her own private practice, while joining a team of experienced clinicians at Home For Balance in Coconut Creek, FL. Additionally, she works at The Renfrew Center for eating disorders as an evening counselor. While a majority of her private practice caseload is eating disorder related, Allison is passionate about the treatment of OCD, anxiety, and athletic-related issues. allisonfordmhc@gmail.com (703) 789-6789


    References: 

    Anxiety and Depression Association of America (2017). Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). https://adaa.org/understanding-anxiety/obsessive-compulsive-disorder-ocd

    Berman N.C., Elliott C.M., Wilhelm S. (2016) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder: Theory, Assessment, and Treatment. In: Petersen T., E. Sprich S., Wilhelm S. (eds) The Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Current Clinical Psychiatry. Humana Press, New York, NY.

    National Institute of Mental Health (2021). Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Retrieved December 13, 2021, from: https://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/obsessive-compulsive-disorder-ocd

    Riemann, B. (2019). Approaches Addressing Comorbidity in Pediatric OCD. BTTI Training.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 09/16/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    All of Me: Holistic and Integrated Approaches to Substance Abuse and Mental Health

    Dr. Beau A. Nelson, DBH, LCSW

    Chief Clinical Officer FHE Health, Deerfield Beach, Florida

    Often addiction treatment focuses on treating the behavioral aspects of a person's well being. Yet at the heart of the process we must also pay attention to the social, spiritual and medical needs of the whole person. This is the heart of an Integrated approach to addiction, recovery and mental health. 

    Mental health and addiction are often considered psychological or brain related conditions. It's true that your brain and central nervous system have a major impact on these disorders and the health and function of the rest of the body must also be treated simultaneously. Not only do physical ailments manifest as symptoms that can confuse mental health diagnosis but the symptoms caused by mental health issues and addiction may cause medical issues that must be addressed to create a strong baseline.  benchmark medical care addresses the changes that have likely occurred in the body as a result of substance abuse anxiety depression or other mental health conditions. For example years of drinking may cost damage to the stomach lining. Without a full treatment plan for gastrointestinal pain the patient is suffering they are more likely to continue seeking and elicit relief. The brain changes physically and chemically under substance abuse. Dependency on external chemicals makes it impossible to simply stop using drugs or alcohol without intense pain and withdrawal.  static effects of withdrawal cascade outward from the brain as it communicates to other organs in the body. These organs are also struggling with the limited access to chemistry they now depend on and the results can be devastating.  

    Learning Objectives: Participants will

    1.    Articulate 4 key pillars of integrated, whole person care
    2.    Describe 3 advanced benefits of a Neuro-Rehabilitative approach to addiction
    3.    Explain the connections between psychological medical and addiction support
    4.    Describe 5 medical complications arising from drug abuse
    5.    Explain 7 key “whole person” interventions for wellness during drug and alcohol recovery


    Dr. Beau A. Nelson, DBH, LCSW

    Dr. Nelson is a passionate advocate for quality mental health and substance abuse treatment. As Chief Clinical Officer at FHE Health, a nationally recognized behavioral health treatment provider, he ensures quality, innovation, and comprehensive treatment for patients. Dr. Nelson has worked in the behavioral health field for more than 22 years. He has served as a clinical director, clinician, and supervisor for mental health programs in acute, sub-acute, and outpatient facilities, and in primary care. He has devoted his life to improving the professional practice as a professor, professional development instructor, consultant, clinical supervisor, and internship supervisor working with many universities and colleges. He is also a widely recognized speaker, writer, and community advocate for mental health and substance abuse innovation in healthcare. He works closely with government entities, unions, employers, and community organizations to meet the behavioral health needs of their communities. He is also dedicated to working with first responders and addressing their unique needs through education, trainings, and crisis response. Dr. Nelson is a Doctor of Behavioral Health and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is a Board Approved Supervisor in Florida and Texas. He specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, maximizing medical, psychiatric, Neuroscience, and clinical interventions for maximum benefit.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 10/14/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
    Register


    DSM-5-TR: What Counselors Should Know About the New Edition

    Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT

    The DSM-5-TR was released in March 2022, nine years after the release of DSM-5. Although the medical model is not the only model that mental health professionals work with, it is an important one. Standards within the counseling profession (e.g., CACREP, best practice guidelines, codes of ethics) and from outside of the profession (e.g., licensure boards, third-party payers) encourage or require counselors to have an updated understanding of the DSM. Counselors are busy professionals. With a myriad of competing responsibilities, it’s understandably challenging to put aside a little time to learn about changes in the DSM diagnostic system. This succinct, two-hour webinar was designed as a tool counselors can use to get updated on important changes in the new edition.  

    Learning Objectives

    1. Identify symptoms of Prolonged Grief Disorder, a new condition in DSM-5-TR.
    2. Describe the APA’s efforts to increase attention to culture, racism, discrimination, gender identity, and childhood symptoms in DSM-5-TR.
    3. Describe changes to Section III of DSM-5-TR (i.e., conditions for further study and assessment tools).

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Aaron Norton, LMHC, LMFT

    Aaron, current president of the Florida Mental Health Counselor's Association is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with certifications in addictions, alcohol and drug counseling, rehabilitation counseling, clinical mental health counseling, forensic mental health evaluation, and forensic behavioral analysis. He is recognized by the American Mental Health Counselors Association as a Diplomate and Clinical Mental Health Specialist in Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring Disorders. He serves as Executive Director of the National Board of Forensic Evaluators, a national not-for-profit board officially endorsed by the American Mental Health Counselors Association that provides training, certification, and professional advocacy for licensed mental health professionals specializing in forensic mental health evaluation. He is an Adjunct Instructor at the University of South Florida's College of Behavioral and Community Sciences as well as a doctoral candidate in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at USF. He serves as Southern Regional Director for the American Mental Health Counselors Association and President-Elect and Chair of Education, Training Standards, and Continuing Education for the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association. He also works in a private practice specializing in both therapy and forensic and clinical evaluation, as well as providing clinical supervision to mental health counselors and marriage and family therapist interns as a Qualified Supervisor. He has more than 15 years of experience in the counseling profession. He was awarded Mental Health Counselor of the Year by the American Mental Health Counselors Association and Counselor Educator of the Year by the Florida Mental Health Counselors Association in 2016 and has been published in Addiction ProfessionalAmerican Journal of OrthopsychiatryJournal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, Journal of Individual Psychology, and The Advocate Magazine

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


    • 11/18/2022
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Hanley Learning Center 933 45th St WPB. 33407
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    Disaster Proof: 7 Mistakes That Could Cost You Your Florida License

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel, LMHC, LMFT

    The State of Florida is crystal clear on professional licensing for therapists.  We must stay within the guidelines outlined by FL Law 491 or risk disciplinary action by the board. The costs can be steep. It is not unusual for a well-meaning clinician to have his/her license suspended or even lose it. This workshop is a review of seven critical topics that all mental health clinicians must remember to stay within the laws and rules of this profession. Information from actual cases brought before past board meetings will be reviewed concerning broken laws and rules as well as penalties, costs, and possible remedies. Laws and rules coincide with ethical and professional boundaries mental health professionals are required to uphold. Dr. Van Den Heuvel is currently a member of the Florida 491 Board and sits in the review of all types of disciplinary cases regularly.

    Learning Objectives:

    1. Identify and describe seven of the most critical Laws and Rules that form the foundation of clinical practice under FL Law 491
    2. Articulate the costs and penalties most commonly given for practice errors in three key results areas
    3. Describe common paths of remedy for licensed clinicians found to be in violation of laws governing
    4. Identify and describe the most overlooked violations as seen by the actual 491 Board since 2018.

    2.0 General CEU Hours

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel, LMHC, LMFT

    Dr. Denny Cecil-Van Den Heuvel (also known as Dr. Denny) received her Master of Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1991. She attained her license in North Carolina and continues to hold that license. She received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education with a minor in Psychology at North Carolina State University. During this time, Dr. Cecil-Van Den Heuvel also founded a state association, the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina, along with her colleagues, and promoted legislative groundwork for Licensed Professional Counselors in the 1990s. Currently, this association has over seven hundred members and is under the umbrella of the American Mental Health Counselors Association.

    Dr. Denny is the Director of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master Program at South University in West Palm Beach, FL. Dr. Denny was hired to set up this Master’s Program in 2003 at South University where it has successfully graduated students and recently attained CACREP accreditation. She also has a part-time private practice where she enjoys direct client interaction. She specializes in the treatment of adolescents and their families from her long-term experience with this population. Dr. Denny also treats a broad range of issues and currently treats children, adolescents, couples, and families. She works with trauma often and is trained in EMDR.

    Dr. Denny is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor in the state of Florida. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in North Carolina. Dr. Denny has served as President of the Mental Health Counseling Association of Palm Beach County for two years, President of the Florida Mental Health Association for one year, and President of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina for two years. She is currently a member of the 491 Licensure Board in the State of Florida. She also holds a membership with the American Counseling Association, the American Mental Health Counseling Association, Florida Mental Health Counseling Association, Mental Health Counseling Association of Palm Beach County, and the Mental Health Association of Palm Beach County.

     Proudly Sponsored by:


    John Davis, President


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