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The Ohio Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2036.  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  The OCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. 
  
 The Ohio Counseling Association is also a Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board (CSWMFT) certified provider of Counselor and Social Worker CE credits (Provider No RCS031407). The OCA is certified to offer both Supervision and Ethics continuing professional education credits. 

Upcoming events

    • 26 Jan 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 13 Apr 2018
    • 3:35 PM
    • Days Inn & Suites, Richfield OH

    Winter-Spring 2018 Counseling Supervision Training- Four-Part Series

    Initial Training or Renewal of your Supervision Endorsement

    6 CEU’s each workshop: Ohio Board Approved for:

     Counselor, Social Worker, & Chemical Dependency (supervision)

    MFT, Psychologist (general & ethics)

    (Part 4 is approved for either 6 CEU’s supervision OR 3 CEU’s supervision AND 3 CEU’s ethics)

     (Friday 1/26, 2/23, 3/23, & 4/13/18)

    All workshops are 8:30am – 3:35pm

    Days Inn & Suites—Richfield

    4742 Brecksville Rd.

     Richfield, OH 44286

    $120 per workshop: discount if sign up for all four prior to part 1 ($440)

    This four-part training is designed for mental health professionals working toward gaining their supervision credential/license, obtaining continuing education in supervision to maintain supervision licensure, or gain knowledge in supervision.  Workshops are didactic and experiential. Participants may take individual workshops or take all four workshops in the series. Workshops do not have to be taken in numeric sequence to benefit. All workshops are approved for supervision CE hours by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board, The State of Ohio CSWMFT board, OPA-MCE, and part 4 is also approved by CSWMFT and the OPA-MCE  for the ethics CEU’s

    Part 1: Basics in Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, and Remediation. This workshop covers procedural issues in supervision, such as supervisory contracts, goal setting, assessment and evaluation of the supervisee, monitoring of supervisee performance, feedback mechanisms, and remediation of problematic supervisee. (January 26. 2018)

    Part 2: Supervision and Counselor Development. This workshop covers models of supervision, stages of supervisee development, supervision interventions, cultural differences and multicultural competencies, relational dynamics in the supervisory process, and awareness of the developmental process of the supervisory relationship itself. (February 23, 2018)

    Part 3: Management and Administration: Supervisory Issues. This workshop covers organizational processes and procedures for supervisee recordkeeping, reporting and monitoring of supervisees cases, Ohio laws and professional standards, agency or institutional policies and procedures, roles and responsibilities of supervisors and supervisees, multiple roles of supervisors, strategies to help supervisees advance to optimum performance, productivity and job satisfaction, and preventing burnout. (March 23, 2018)

    Part 4: Professional Responsibilities & Legal/Ethical Issues in Supervision: This workshop covers ethical and legal issues in supervision; regulatory issues including Ohio laws; route of reporting ethical violations; confidentiality and maintaining professionalism; and professional boundaries. (April 13, 2018)

     Presenter: Paula J. Britton, Ph.D.

    Paula is a professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at John Carroll University. She is a licensed psychologist and a PCC-S, with over thirty years of diverse clinical experience including being an administrator and supervisor in a family service agency, a project director of a large research grant, and a clinician in a private practice. She has given over 100 local, state, and national professional presentations and workshops in the areas of supervision and ethics as well as authoring numerous publications. Additionally, she is a supervisor of master level therapists in private practice, doctoral interns, and practicum/Internship students. She won the 2014 North Central Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (NCACES) Outstanding Supervisor Award, which honors an individual who has demonstrated outstanding work as a supervisor in a university, community/mental health counseling, or school setting, as well as the Ohio Counseling Association Charles Weaver Award.

    Questions? Email info@paulabritton.com; additional information or to sign up visit www.paulabritton.com


    • 26 Jan 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • University of Cincinnati

    Dr. Barbara Herlihy will be facilitating a 2 CE workshop on Supervision Ethics and Gatekeeping at the University of Cincinnati on January 26th from 1:30pm until 3:30pm in Teachers 407.  For this event we are asking for a $10 donation at the door for the Upsilon Chi Chi chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (who is hosting this workshop) to support student activities and initiatives for the coming year.

    Program Description

    Gatekeeping is one of the most important (and most discomforting) issues in supervision. Supervisors work closely with their supervisees and want them to succeed, so they can be reluctant to acknowledge that a supervisee’s growth is not occurring as needed. And the very thought of being “gate-kept” or receiving a remediation plan strikes terror in the hearts of supervisees. This workshop will address why gatekeeping is crucial and how supervisors and supervisees can use the process ethically to benefit the supervisee while protecting the profession.

    The University of Cincinnati counseling program is approved as a CE provider for NBCC and the CSWMFT Board. If you are interested in attending, please register at the following link:

    https://uceducation.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_doPAnvIyTDvn0zj


    • 27 Jan 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • Columbus Library - Whitehall Branch

    Learn new strategies for taking care of yourself and your clients.

    Cost: $10 for students, $20 for COCA members, $40 for non members

    CEs: pending

    To register:

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wellness-workshop-by-the-central-ohio-counseling-assocation-tickets-41252011878


    • 03 Feb 2018
    • 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Body Bliss School of Yoga, Warren OH

    Self-Care Mini Retreat for Helping Professionals
    February 3, 2018 at
    BodyBLISS Connection School of Yoga & Health in Warren, OH

    RSVP HERE

    Schedule:
    10:30am-12:00pm
    Healing Compassion Fatigue: Yoga Unchained
    Class with Dr. Jamie Marich & Jessica Sowers

    12:00-1:00pm
    Lunch (Included) & Networking

    1:00-3:00pm
    Using Essential Oils in Trauma Stabilization: Building Multi-Sensory
    Recovery Capital (2.0 CEUs)
     with Dr. Jamie Marich (with Jessica Sowers)
    For more information and CEU verification click HERE

    Limited to 24 spots--- RSVP soon
    Click on the BodyBLISS Calendar for 2/3 if you can't find the link


    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 10:00 AM
    • Covelli Center, Youngstown

    The second Community Opioid Summit  is scheduled for Wednesday, February 21, 2018, beginning at 10:00 a.m. This event will take place at the Covelli Center and is sponsored by The Mahoning County Juvenile Court and The Mahoning County Mental Health and Recovery Board.

    Admission is free.

    Karen E Guerrieri-Marr, M.S.Ed., LPC, LCDC-III, SWA

    Counselor

    Mahoning County Juvenile Court
    300 E. Scott Street
    Youngstown, Ohio   44505
    330.740.2244 x. 6412

    kguerrieri@mahoningcountyoh.govFebruary

    JJC Mission Statement: Protect the public; provide for those who appear before the Court using evidence-based methods to reduce recidivism, rehabilitate youth and support families; comfort and care for victims; establishing and strengthening community partner relationships; provide juvenile justice education to the community.

    JJC Vision Statement: To provide a foundation for the youth, parents and guardians of the Mahoning County to build strong families and caring, safe community. 


    • 23 Feb 2018
    • 25 Feb 2018
    • Montgomery County ADAMHS Board, Dayton

    Part 1: February 23-25, 2018

    Part 2: May 4-6, 2018

    Location:

    Montgomery County ADAMHS Board

    409 E. Monument Street, Suite 201

    Dayton, OH 45402

    Up to 50 CEUs provided

    (EMDRIA approved)

    Registration Fee:

    Full training includes Part 1 and 2,

    including 10 hours of group consultation

    $995 Non-profit/community mental

    health/interns

    $1395 private practitioner/for-profit agency

    employees

    To Register:

    http://www.drrobbie.org


    • 23 Feb 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Milan OH

    Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Trauma~~8:45 am-12:00 pm

    Registration 8:30 am-8:45 am

    3 CEU’s-Counselors and Social Workers (provider #RCS040502 ) $60

    Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), refers to traumatic events experienced during childhood includ-ing abuse, neglect, and household dysfunction. Exposure to these categories of trauma increase the risks of negative physical, emotional, and psychological outcomes. These psychological injuries lead to long-term consequences in a variety of ways. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Survey (ACES), assesses the impact of exposure to psychological trauma throughout childhood and provides a framework for ex-amining it in the counseling relationship. It is the intent of this presentation to define ACE, provide evi-dence-based interventions to clinicians, and provide a basic understanding of the Adverse Childhood Ex-periences Survey as well as how to integrate this assessment into clinical practice.

    Participants will be able to:

    1. Define adverse childhood experiences [ACEs] and describe the 3 categories associated with them

    2. Describe the prevalence of ACEs among the general population and risks associated with ACE exposure.

    3. Describe the neuroscientific implications of higher ACE exposure.

    4. Describe evidence-based practices for responding to ACEs in practice and other organizations.

    5. Use, score, and understand the Adverse Childhood Experiences Survey (ACES).

    Presented by: Linda Waters, LPCC, LICDC-CS & Rachel Jacoby, LPC, CFLE, CTP

    -Linda is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor – Clinical Su-pervisor and a Licensed Professional School Counselor in the State of Ohio. Linda earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Toledo and a Master of Arts in counseling from Bowling Green State University. Linda is currently a doctoral student at the University of Toledo in the Counselor Education Program.

    Linda owns and operates Professional Counseling Solutions LLC in Sandusky, Ohio. In addition to her private counseling practice, Linda has experience working in community mental health, substance use disorder treatment, and advocating for victims of sexual crimes.

    -Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Family Life Educator, and Certified Trauma Practitioner, who special-izes in working with children and families. Rachel obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Development and Fam-ily Studies at Bowling Green State University and a Master of Arts degree in Mental Health Counseling at Bowling Green State University. She is currently working towards obtaining her doctorate at The University of Toledo in Counselor Educa-tion. Rachel is an active member of the counseling honors fraternity, Chi Sigma Iota. Rachel has had training in play therapy, parent-child interaction therapy, autism, and trauma. Additionally, Rachel maintains an interest in working with children and families who are impacted by the foster care system.

    REG FORM

    • 23 Feb 2018
    • 12:45 PM - 4:00 PM
    • Milan OH

    Children of the Opioid & Addiction Epidemic~~12:45 pm-4 pm

    Registration 12:30 pm-12:45 pm

    3 CEU’s-Counselors and Social Workers (provider #RCS040502) $60

    When an individual experiences opiate addiction, their entire family is impacted. Children, in particular, face unique challenges including mental health, emotional, behavioral, and academic consequences. Be-cause of the life and death nature of the parents’ addiction, the lives of their children can be very chaotic and disrupted. This program will provide an overview of the risks and consequences for these chil-dren. Attendees will also learn counseling strategies for empowering and providing support to children whose parents experience opiate addiction and creative counseling techniques to facilitate building rap-port, trust and growth to children whose parents experience opiate addiction.

    Participants will be able to:

    1. Understand and describe the prevalence of the problem.

    2. Identify and describe the risks for children with prenatal exposure to opiates.

    3. Understand how child development can be negatively impacted when a parent experiences opiate addiction.

    4. Understand & describe the family environments and risks for children within family environments when a parent experi-ences opiate addiction.

    5. Describe counseling strategies for empowering and providing support to children whose parents experience opiate addic-tion and introduce creative counseling techniques to facilitate building rapport, trust and growth.

    Presented by: Linda Waters, LPCC, LICDC-CS & Rose Catriona Malcolm, LPC

    -Linda is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor – Clinical Su-pervisor and a Licensed Professional School Counselor in the State of Ohio. Linda earned a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Toledo and a Master of Arts in counseling from Bowling Green State University. Linda is currently a doctoral student at the University of Toledo in the Counselor Education Program.

    Linda owns and operates Professional Counseling Solutions LLC in Sandusky, Ohio. In addition to her private counseling practice, Linda has experience working in community mental health, substance use disorder treatment, and advocating for victims of sexual crimes.

    -Rose graduated Summa cum Laude with a BA in Psychology from the Univ. of Akron. She attended John Carroll University for an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her areas of expertise include trauma, grief, substance abuse and severe mental health disorders. She has worked with all age groups but has spent time working with teens aged 12-19 and young adults. She is currently a doctoral student and graduate assistant at UT in the Counseling Education program.

    REG FORM

    • 01 Mar 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • 02 Mar 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Crowne Plaza Hotel, Independence, Ohio
    • 168
    Register


    The Inaugural OCA Spring Conference

    Thursday and Friday March 1-2, 2018

    Crowne Plaza Hotel, Independence OH (guest rooms $92)

    Double Click or right click and open the hyper link and book your hotel room:  Ohio Counseling Association  or call their Reservations Line at  866-840-0582 and ask for the Rate Code "OCA"

    CONFERENCE WEBPAGE

    CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

    THURSDAY MARCH 1, 2018 (4.5 CEUs)

    12 Noon - Registration and Exhibits

    2:00pm - ACA Ethics Presentation - David Kaplan,  ACA 

    5:30pm - A Crisis of Identity: Counselor Education, Tom Davis of Ohio University (Keynote)

    7:00pm - Networking Reception Sponsored by Signature Health

    FRIDAY MARCH 2, 2018 (5.5 CEUs)

    8:00am - Registration, Exhibits, Breakfast

    9:15am - Contemporary Issues in Trauma Counseling, Victoria Kress of Youngstown State University Sponsored by MooreCounseling

    10:45am - Breakout Sessions (5 topical presentations)

    12:00pm - Lunch, Networking, and Exhibits

    1:15pm - Breakout Sessions (5 topical presentations)

    2:30pm - Breakout Sessions (5 topical presentations)

    3:45pm - Assessing Client Personality Development (keynote)

    4:45pm - Adjourn until Spring 2019

    • 02 Mar 2018
    • 04 Mar 2018
    • Warren Ohio

    Expressive Arts Therapy Module A: Movement, Mindfulness and the Expressive Arts

    (Formerly called the "Dancing Mindfulness Facilitator Training Program," you can still take this course as a stand-alone even if you don't go on for the full expressive arts certificate program)

    March 2-4, 2018- Warren, OH  COST: $295.00 (includes 14.25 CEUs)

    Presented by Dr. Jamie Marich

    For More Info and to Register, Click HERE


    • 23 Mar 2018
    • Warren OH


    EMDR Therapy, Mindfulness & The Expressive Arts: Advanced Solutions for Complex Trauma (For EMDR Therapists Only)

    March 23, 2018- Warren, OH   COST: $95.00 for licensed professionals, $55.00 for graduate students

    Includes 6 EMDRIA Credits in addition to standard CEUs

    Presented by Dr. Jamie Marich

    For More Info and to Register, Click HERE


    • 12 Apr 2018
    • Columbus OH


    Introduction to Expressive Arts Therapy: Strategies for Trauma-Focused Care

    April 12, 2018- Columbus, OH   COST: $95.00 for licensed professionals, $55.00 for graduate students

    Includes 6 EMDRIA Credits in addition to standard CEUs- Bundle pricing available if also taking 4/13 course

    Presented by Dr. Jamie Marich

    For More Info and to Register, Click HERE


    • 13 Apr 2018
    • Columbus OH


    EMDR Therapy, Mindfulness & The Expressive Arts: Advanced Solutions for Complex Trauma (For EMDR Therapists Only)

    April 13, 2018- Columbus, OH   COST: $95.00 for licensed professionals, $55.00 for graduate students

    Includes 6 EMDRIA Credits in addition to standard CEUs

    Presented by Dr. Jamie Marich

    For More Info and to Register, Click HERE


    • 20 Apr 2018
    • 22 Apr 2018
    • Warren OH

    Expressive Arts Therapy Module B: Trauma-Focused Approaches to Meditation, Breath Work, and Yoga-Based Somatic Movement in Clinical Settings

    April 20-22, 2018- Warren, OH COST: $350.00 (includes 15 CEUs)

    Presented by Dr. Jamie Marich (assisted by Jessica Sowers)

    Registration Coming Soon; respond to this email to express interest

    The Institute for Creative Mindfulness is an organization member of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) and is a provider of a comprehensive Certificate of Expressive Arts Therapy that can be applied towards the Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT) credential through IEATA. Our program is individually-tailored and intensive, and we are the only provider of such a program in the state of Ohio. Any of the courses in this email can be applied toward the certificate for those who are eligible. For more information on the entire certification that we offer, click HERE.


    • 04 May 2018
    • 06 May 2018
    • Montgomery County ADAMHS Board, Dayton

    Part 2: May 4-6, 2018

    Location:

    Montgomery County ADAMHS Board

    409 E. Monument Street, Suite 201

    Dayton, OH 45402

    Up to 50 CEUs provided

    (EMDRIA approved)

    Registration Fee:

    Full training includes Part 1 and 2,

    including 10 hours of group consultation

    $995 Non-profit/community mental

    health/interns

    $1395 private practitioner/for-profit agency

    employees

    To Register:

    http://www.drrobbie.org


Past events

01 Dec 2017 No One is an Island: Relationship Dynamics and Food/Feelings Acceptance or Rejection (no NBCC credit)
01 Dec 2017 “The Stuff” of Eating Disorders and Relationship with Food Issues: Understanding Emotions in Relation to Sustenance~~~ (no NBCC credit)
01 Dec 2017 Wellness Counselor Certification (no NBCC credit)
18 Nov 2017 CCU Fall Coubseling Summit (no NBCC credit)
18 Nov 2017 Sex and Porn Addiction Workshop (no NBCC credit)
18 Nov 2017 Sex Addiction Assessment & Treatment Workshop (no NBCC credit)
17 Nov 2017 Wellness-oriented Mindfulness Interventions with Children and Yout (no NBCC credit)
17 Nov 2017 Counseling Supervision Training (no NBCC credit)
08 Nov 2017 AOCC Pre-Conference Opportunities
08 Nov 2017 All Ohio Counselors Conference (AOCC) 2017
06 Nov 2017 Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples (no NBCC credit)
04 Nov 2017 Trauma Informed Play Therapy (no NBCC credit)
03 Nov 2017 NWOCA Fall Workshop (no NBCC credit)
27 Oct 2017 Clinical Hypnosis and Hypnoanalysis (no NBCC credit)
27 Oct 2017 Medical Hypnoanalytic Treatment of Psychological Disorders - Process and Procedures (no NBCC credit)
27 Oct 2017 Verbal De-escalation & Safety Skills Conference for Mental Health Professionals (no NBCC credit)
25 Oct 2017 OCTEO Conference on Trauma Informed Practice (no NBCC credit)
21 Oct 2017 NCOCA Networking Event (no NBCC credit)
20 Oct 2017 An Introduction to Image Relationship Therapy: Practical Skills for Helping Couples NBCC Credit via John Carroll University
20 Oct 2017 Suicide Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention (no NBCC credit)
18 Oct 2017 "Why don't they just get OVER it?!?" Childhood Trauma and Its Impact On Our Clients (no NBCC credit)
16 Oct 2017 Working with Challenging Families (no NBCC credit)
13 Oct 2017 Play and Sand Tray Therapy: Entering a Child's World (no NBCC credit)
13 Oct 2017 Opiates and Evidenced Based Practices: For Clients Diagnosed with an Opiate Use Disorder NBCC Credit via John Carroll University
03 Oct 2017 Parenting from your Heart (no NBCC credit)
03 Oct 2017 Understanding and Supporting Bereaved Children, Teens and Families (no NBCC credit)
29 Sep 2017 Practical Applications for Effective Therapy (no NBCC credit)
29 Sep 2017 NCOCA Fall Conference (no NBCC credit)
28 Sep 2017 Panic Disorders from the Inside Out (no NBCC credit)
26 Sep 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) (no NBCC credit)
22 Sep 2017 Medical Hypnoanalysis (MH) Introduction (no NBCC credit)
22 Sep 2017 When Values Conflict: The Supervisor’s Role NBCC Credit via John Carroll University
22 Sep 2017 Medical Hypnoanalytic Treatment of Psychological Disorders - Theory and Diagnostic Tools (no NBCC credit)
21 Sep 2017 Hypnosis for Behavioral Health Professionals (no NBCC credit)
15 Sep 2017 Wellness and Holistic Approaches to Counseling & Art Therapy (no NBCC credit)
15 Sep 2017 Wellness and Holistic Approach to Counseling & Art Therapy - (no NBCC credit)
15 Sep 2017 Anatomy of Prejudice (no NBCC credits)
15 Sep 2017 Self-Injury: The History, Epidemiology, and How to Treat (no NBCC credit)
14 Sep 2017 Promoting Mental Health in Today's LGBTQ Youth (no NBCC Credit)
12 Sep 2017 Safe Zone Training (no NBCC credit)
12 Sep 2017 Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (no NBCC credit)
11 Sep 2017 Suicide Prevention Trainings - Military Webinar (no NBCC credit)
08 Sep 2017 Boundaries and Legal/Ethical Issues in Counseling NBCC Credit via John Carroll University
06 Sep 2017 Psychodynamic Peer Case Consultation Group NBCC Credit via John Carroll University
18 Aug 2017 State of Mental Health Disparities in the African American Community Conference (no NBCC credit)
11 Aug 2017 Supervision Training Series, Part IV (no NBCC credit)
28 Jul 2017 Supporting your Clients in the College Environment - No NBCC Credit
16 Jul 2017 ACA Institute for Leadership Training (no NBCC credit)
14 Jul 2017 Supervision Training Series, Part III (no NBCC credit)
30 Jun 2017 Free Interprofessional Training (no NBCC credit)
26 Jun 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) (no NBCC credit)
24 Jun 2017 ACA Code of Ethics Deep-Dive Training (no NBCC credit)
23 Jun 2017 Site Supervisor Workshop (no NBCC credit offered)
23 Jun 2017 Wellness Counselor Certification (no NBCC credit)
23 Jun 2017 Wellness Counselor Intensive Certification Program (no NBCC credit)
15 Jun 2017 Clinical Supervision Training (no NBCC credit)
14 Jun 2017 Milestones 15th Annual Autism Conference (no NBCC credit)
10 Jun 2017 The Codependency Cure - 25% Discount for OCA Members (CSWMFT Credits Offered)
09 Jun 2017 Ethical Considerations when working with Survivors of Trauma (no NBCC credit)
09 Jun 2017 Supervision Training Series Part II (no NBCC credit)
08 Jun 2017 Ethics 101 and Supervision 101 (no NBCC credit)
08 Jun 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) (no NBCC credit)
31 May 2017 Trauma: Understanding and Healing for Survivors and Professionals (no NBCC credit)
24 May 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) (no NBCC credit)
19 May 2017 Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy : Integrating Movement as Diagnosis and Treatment within Therapy (no NBCC credit)
19 May 2017 OCDA Annual Conference
19 May 2017 Practical Applications for Effective Counseling - no NBCC credit
16 May 2017 Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (no NBCC credit)
13 May 2017 Gestalt Marathon Group for Adults (no NBCC credit)
12 May 2017 Supervision Training Series (no NBCC credit)
06 May 2017 Using the Wellness Model of Living to Inform Treatment & Self-Care Practices (no NBCC credit)
05 May 2017 Hypnoanalytic Treatment Of Psychiatric Disorders (no NBCC credit)
04 May 2017 Hypnosis for Behavioral Health Specialists (no NBCC credit)
28 Apr 2017 Ohio Association of Specialists in Group Work CE Workshops (no NBCC credit)
26 Apr 2017 Legislative Advocacy Day (no NBCC credit)
22 Apr 2017 OCA Executive Committee Meeting (no NBCC credit)
21 Apr 2017 Wellness Counselor Certification (no NBCC credit)
21 Apr 2017 Wellness Counselor Certification (no LPCC credit)
14 Apr 2017 OACES Spring Conference (no NBCC credit)
12 Apr 2017 Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (no NBCC credit)
07 Apr 2017 Support and Expression: Relational Gestalt Practice with Children (no NBCC credit)
07 Apr 2017 Spring 2017 Counseling Summit (no NBCC credit)
04 Apr 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR): Core Competencies for > Behavioral Health Professionals (no NBCC credit)
04 Apr 2017 Assessing and Managing Suicide Risk (AMSR) (no NBCC credit)
31 Mar 2017 EMDR Therapy: Part I (no NBCC credit)
29 Mar 2017 2017 Kids Summit (no NBCC credit)
24 Mar 2017 Counseling Supervision Training II
24 Mar 2017 COCA’s Continued Education Day
24 Mar 2017 Ethics in Treating Couples with Sexual Concerns: Strategies to Protect and Heal and The S.H.E.R.P.A. Approach to Clinical Supervision
24 Mar 2017 Dancing Mindfulness Facilitator Training
16 Mar 2017 ACA Annual Conference & Expo
15 Mar 2017 Concussion: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
10 Mar 2017 Digital Addictive Behaviors
03 Mar 2017 ALGBTIC Becoming an Agent of Change Workshop
24 Feb 2017 Counseling Supervision Training
03 Feb 2017 Winter Wellness Retreat
21 Jan 2017 OASERVIC Conference
12 Apr 2016 Ohio Counseling Association Legislative Advocacy Day
08 Apr 2016 OACES 2016 Spring Conference
04 Nov 2015 Ohio Counseling Association 2015 Leadership Institute
16 Jul 2015 OCA 2015 Awards Nomination Application
10 Apr 2015 NWOCA Continuing Education Conference
05 Nov 2014 Ohio Counseling Association 2014 Leadership Institute
13 Aug 2014 OCA 2014 Awards Nomination Application
03 May 2014 Northwest Ohio Counseling Association and U of Toledo two track training
13 Dec 2013 Ethics in Counseling
14 May 2012 Legislative Advocacy Day
13 Apr 2012 OCA Spring Board Meeting
13 Jan 2012 OCA Winter Board Meeting
02 Nov 2011 All Ohio Counselors Conference
16 Sep 2011 OCA Fall Board Meeting
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