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Advanced Sex Therapy: Dysfunctions

Friday-Sunday, March 1-3, 2024 / Live webinar and Live in-person in Dallas, TX / 22 CEs available

This advanced course takes an in-depth look at treatment for sexual dysfunction. Areas of primary focus include the diagnosis and treatment of sexual dysfunctions specific to desire, pain, arousal and orgasm.

Intermediate Medical & Trauma Issues

Friday-Sunday, April 12-14, 2024 / Live webinar and Live in-person in Dallas, TX / 22 CEs available

This intermediate training in counseling for sexual issues covers the two main subject areas of advanced physiological issues (primarily hormones and medications) and counseling for sexual trauma and abuse.

Autism Spectrum Disorder (Asperger’s Syndrome): Historical Overview and Basic Principles for Treatment

Friday, April 12, 2024 /9:00-12:15 Eastern / Richmont’s Chattanooga Campus / 3 CEs available

This workshop will provide an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder as defined in the DSM 5, using both clinical and historical perspectives, and will identify and explore a cognitive-behavioral treatment approach for individuals diagnosed with ASD: High Functioning Autism.

Restoration Therapy

Friday, April 19, 2024 / 9:30-1:00 Eastern / Richmont’s Atlanta Campus OR Live Webinar/ 3 CEs available
Virtual registration option added

In this workshop, attendees will learn how Restoration Therapy’s pain and peace cycles will lead clients to experience lasting change in themselves and their relationships. Using this model as a foundation, the presenters will share how to deepen a client’s healing by incorporating effective experiential interventions used by leaders in the fields of trauma and relationships.

** We would like to have a minimum of 20 participants for this workshop, so if this topic interests you,
reach out and get a friend to register with you. **

Stuck! Resolving Resistance in Psychotherapy by Addressing Ambivalence

Friday, May 17, 2024 / 9:00 -4:30 Eastern / Richmont’s Atlanta Campus / 6 CEs available

This presentation, based on Dr. Buchanan’s Book A Clinician’s Guide to Pathological Ambivalence: How to Be on Your Client’s Side Without Taking a Side, suggests interpreting a client’s apparent resistance, as severe ambivalence, which is rooted in early experience, biological functioning, and psychological narrative. The narratives which these clients have formed result in the development of strong but conflicting needs (such as wanting connection but fearing rejection) that can slow down, confuse or even halt the therapeutic process. The natural tendencies of therapists to take the side for growth can lead to many kinds of therapeutic obstacles.

Lunch & Learns

Watch for the Spring 2024 schedule!



EMDR Part 1 & 2

Various Dates / Live Webinar

These trainings are offered at a reduced fee to graduate students and those working in the public sector or for a non-profit.

Alumni & Partners