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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

    • 01 Jun 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • 02 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Ursuline College

    CAT 510W Calming the Mind: Mindfulness Practice and Asian Painting Techniques

    Mary Beth Zeni, Sc.D., RN, Gail Rule-Hoffman, M.Ed., LPC-S, ATR-BC, LICDC-S

    In this experiential based workshop, participants will learn beginning level Chinese painting techniques. Meditative practice and mindfulness skills will be taught and used in selecting subject matter, preparing materials, and painting. Applications to clinical practice will be emphasized.

    Dates: Friday, June 1 and Saturday, June 2, 2018, 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    $175.00 for 1 Graduate Credit not applied to a degree at Ursuline*

    $120.00 for non-credit (Counselor 12 CEU’s or Certificate of Attendance)

    www.ursuline.edu/workshop/

    • 08 Jun 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • 09 Jun 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Ursuline College

    CAT 506W Creative Trauma Interventions

    Margaret Vasquez, LPCC, Leah Mendez, LPC

    This workshop will discuss the biology of trauma, trauma treatment and connection and the crucial role of art in treatment strategies.

    Dates; Friday, June 8 and Saturday, June 9, 2018, 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

    $175.00 for 1 Graduate Credit not applied to a degree at Ursuline*

    $120.00 for non-credit (Counselor 12 CEU’s or Certificate of Attendance)

    www.ursuline.edu/workshop/


    • 14 Jun 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 15 Jun 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Cleveland I-X Center

    The 2018 National Autism Conference will be held June 14-15 at teh I-X Center in Cleveland.  This event will feature 90 session for professionals including:

    - Anxiety & Severe Behavior Management

    - Effective IEPs & Supporting Students in the Classroom

    - Communication & Social Skill Development

    - Residential Options & Employment Models

    CEUs in 11 Disciplines are pending including CSWMFT credit

    CLICK HERE for the flyer or go to Milestones.org to register


    • 14 Jun 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 15 Jun 2018
    • 3:35 PM
    • Courtyard Columbus West

    2018 Counseling Supervision Training--Four Part Series

    Initial Training or Renewal of your Supervision Endorsement

    6 CE hours each workshop

    8:30am – 3:35 pm

    Courtyard Marriott Columbus West

    2350 Westbelt Drive

    Columbus, OH  44328

    $125 per workshop/$450.00 for series

    June 14:                Part 1: Basics in Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, and Remediation

    June 15:                Part 2: Supervision and Counselor Development

    July 12:                 Part 3: Management and Administration: Supervisory Issues

    July 13:                 Part 4: Professional Responsibilities & Legal/Ethical Issues in Supervision

    This four-part training is designed for mental health professionals (counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals, psychologists) working towards their supervision credential or obtaining continuing education in supervision to maintain their status. Workshops are didactic and experiential. Participants may pick and choose or take all four workshops in the series. All workshops are approved for supervision CE hours by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board, The State of Ohio CSWMFT board), and the OPA-MCE.  Part 4 is also approved for the ethics CE credit.

    Presenter: Paula J. Britton, Ph.D.

    Dr. Britton is a professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Department  at John Carroll University. She is a licensed psychologist and a PCC-S, with over twenty years of diverse clinical experience.  She has given over 100 local, state, and national professional presentations and workshops in the areas of supervision and ethics and has numerous publications in the area. Questions may be answered by emailing:  info@paulabritton.com

    For more information or to sign up visit: www.paulabritton.com

    Series repeated this fall in the Cleveland/Akron area


    • 28 Jun 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
    • The Holiday Inn in Boardman, Ohio

    Mahoning Valley Hospital Foundation, Mercy Health, and Mahoning County Juvenile Court are pleased to announce that Reducing Opioid Dependence will take place June 28, 2018 at The Holiday Inn in Boardman, Ohio.  

    The opioid epidemic has engulfed the nation and affects all sectors of society.  This training will provide education on addiction and its impact. Information related to best practices and evidence-based programing for the treatment of opioid addiction will also be discussed. 

    Sam Quinones, author of Dreamland, The True Tale of America’s Opioid Epidemic, will present his revelatory account of the corrosive threat facing America and its heartland with a Q&A and book signing session. Registered attendees will receive a copy of Dreamland, the cost of which is included in the seminar registration fee.  

    Additional expert speakers include Dr. Brad Lander, Clinical Director of Addiction Medicine at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Larry Graham, President, Mercy Health Behavioral Institute, Tracy Plouck, Executive Director of Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, Carolyn Givens, Executive Director of Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, M. Frank Beck, D.D.S., FAAHD, MAGD, FICOI, DSCDA, Angela DeVito, MSOL, OCPS-II, Susan D. Laird, LPCC-S, CDCA, Medford Mashburn, M.D., HMDC, Judge Theresa Dellick and Randall Muth Esq.  with break-out session topics covering Human Trafficking, Role of Recovery Coaches, New Marijuana Laws, Impact of Ohio Prescribing Laws, and Impact of the Drug Epidemic on Families and Children - What Can Be Done.   

    Continuing education credits will be offered. CPEs for social workers and counselors, CLEs for attorneys, and CMEs for doctors are approved. We are awaiting approval for nurses and chemical dependency professionals.

    Please see this flyer and reg form for additional information related to content, presenter backgrounds, and professional development hours, or contact the identified organizers for questions.  


    • 29 Jun 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 02 Jul 2018
    • 4:00 PM
    • Yellow Springs OH

    Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Resolution


    Beginning I starts in Yellow Springs OH June 29 - July 2
    Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Resolution

    Somatic Experiencing® (SE™), developed by Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of the bestseller, “Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma,” is a potent psychobiological approach to resolving the symptoms of trauma and chronic stress. Whether you are a medical or mental health professional, addictions counselor, first responder, body worker, educator, alternative medicine practitioner, or other helping professional, the three-year SE™ Professional Training is a continuing education program that will help you make an even greater difference with your clients who suffer.

    SE offers a framework to assess where your client is “stuck” in the fight, flight, or freeze responses and provides clinical tools to resolve these fixated physiological states that underlie so many trauma symptoms. Our educational model is both theoretical and highly experiential, offering you effective skills for restoring nervous system regulation and resolving trauma that can be immediately integrated into your professional practice.

    How SE Works:

    Instead of focusing on the re-telling of traumatic events or personal history, SE aims to identify what is interfering with people’s internal threat-recovery process and helps clients develop tools for restoring their innate capacity to rebound from overwhelming experiences. By facilitating the completion of self-protective responses and releasing survival energy that has become bound in the body, SE addresses the root cause of trauma symptoms.

    How SE May Benefit Your Practice:

    Learn practical and effective skills that help resolve trauma without re-traumatization. These gentle, powerful interventions will inspire and empower your clients, restoring resilience and providing them with a greater capacity to enjoy life.
    Improve clinical outcomes. Enhance the depth and effectiveness of therapy by including body based awareness, somatic interventions and knowledge of the nervous systems response to trauma.
    Have an extraordinary life experience. Many students find the SE training professionally and personally transformative. Experience the power of compassionate healing and meaningful growth for yourself and those you serve.
    Reduce compassion fatigue. The SE training helps increase your own resilience as a provider so that you have more energy and stamina for your work and experience greater pleasure and satisfaction in serving.
    Beginning Level 2018
    Beginning I June 29-July 2
    Beginning II Sept. 14-17
    Beginning III Nov. 29-Dec. 2

    Intermediate Level 2019
    Intermediate I March 1-4
    Intermediate II June 21-24
    Intermediate III Oct. 4-7

    Advanced Level 2020
    Adv. I, II dates/location TBA

    Location
    Village of Yellow Springs
    100 Dayton Street
    Yellow Springs, OH 45387

    Faculty
    Linda Stelte, MEd, CCC, SEP

    Continuing Education
    ANCC, APA, ASWB, BRN,
    NAADAC, NBCC, NCBTMB,
    NCCAOM, NYSBSW, MFTs
    (most states)

    For more information
    Kate Dacy
    kdacy@traumahealing.org

    To Apply and Register
    http://www.traumahealing.
    org/training-event-search/


    Learn more about our
    trainings and faculty and
    apply for the upcoming
    Yellow Springs training at
    traumahealing.org or call
    (303) 652-4035. Limited space
    available.








    The Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute is
    a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated
    to the worldwide healing and prevention of
    trauma.
    • 12 Jul 2018
    • 8:30 AM
    • 13 Jul 2018
    • 3:35 PM
    • Courtyard Hotel Columbus West

    2018 Counseling Supervision Training--Four Part Series

    Initial Training or Renewal of your Supervision Endorsement

    6 CE hours each workshop

    8:30am – 3:35 pm

    Courtyard Marriott Columbus West

    2350 Westbelt Drive

    Columbus, OH  44328

    $125 per workshop/$450.00 for series

    June 14:                Part 1: Basics in Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, and Remediation

    June 15:                Part 2: Supervision and Counselor Development

    July 12:                 Part 3: Management and Administration: Supervisory Issues

    July 13:                 Part 4: Professional Responsibilities & Legal/Ethical Issues in Supervision

    This four-part training is designed for mental health professionals (counselors, social workers, chemical dependency professionals, psychologists) working towards their supervision credential or obtaining continuing education in supervision to maintain their status. Workshops are didactic and experiential. Participants may pick and choose or take all four workshops in the series. All workshops are approved for supervision CE hours by the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board, The State of Ohio CSWMFT board), and the OPA-MCE.  Part 4 is also approved for the ethics CE credit.

    Presenter: Paula J. Britton, Ph.D.

    Dr. Britton is a professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Department  at John Carroll University. She is a licensed psychologist and a PCC-S, with over twenty years of diverse clinical experience.  She has given over 100 local, state, and national professional presentations and workshops in the areas of supervision and ethics and has numerous publications in the area. Questions may be answered by emailing:  info@paulabritton.com

    For more information or to sign up visit: www.paulabritton.com

    Series repeated this fall in the Cleveland/Akron area


    • 13 Jul 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • 14 Jul 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Ursuline College

    CAT 511W Grounding Techniques: Creative Counseling Interventions

    Cameron Plagens, Ph.D., ATR

    This workshop will focus on the importance of grounding clients through techniques that utilize the body/ mind/spirit and creativity. Students will learn ways to reduce stress and anxiety and enhance Self-expression. Increasing awareness through both grounding body and Earth, and using Yin Yoga practices can switch the nervous system to sympathetic (fight or flight) into para sympathetic (rest and digest). Expressive tools of writing, drawing, printmaking and/or using your camera on the IPhone will be explored.

    Dates:  Friday, July 13 and Saturday, July14, 2018, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    $175.00 for 1 Graduate Credit not applied to a degree at Ursuline*

    $120.00 for non-credit (Counselor 12 CEU’s or Certificate of Attendance)

    www.ursuline.edu/workshop/


    • 27 Jul 2018
    • 9:30 AM
    • 28 Jul 2018
    • 5:00 PM
    • Ursuline College

    CAT 512W Creative Techniques: Jewelry making for Self-discovery and Self-expression

    Adrienne Snyder, ATR-P, LPC, Gail Rule-Hoffman, M.Ed., LPC-S, ATR-BC, LICDC-S

    This workshop will demonstrate how to implement jewelry-making techniques with clients to construct tangible objects as personal symbols of self-discovery. Participants will combine fibers, canvas, and metal to make ribbons, use paint to explore forgotten memories, and employ basic metalsmithing skills such as stamping, texturing, and cold-connecting to create a unique piece of art jewelry.

    Dates:  Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28, 2018, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    $175.00 for 1 Graduate Credit not applied to a degree at Ursuline*

    $120.00 for non-credit (Counselor 12 CEU’s or Certificate of Attendance)

    *Students taking CAT workshops for degree credit will pay $875 for one graduate credit.

    www.ursuline.edu/workshop/


    • 26 Sep 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • 28 Sep 2018
    • 5:30 PM
    • Indiana Wesleyan University – Cincinnati Campus

    E.F.T. Externship – The Foundational Training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy 

    September 26th-29th 2018


    Hours:  9am- 5:30pm Daily
    LOCATION: Indiana Wesleyan University – Cincinnati Campus
    9286 Schulze Dr, West Chester Township, OH 45069
    Phone: (513) 881-3600

    SCHEDULE: September 26th-29th 20189:00 to 5:30 p.m.daily
    Prompt start at 9 a.m. each morning out of respect for attendees time.

    For Certificate towards ICEEFT Certified EFT Requirements, attendees must participate, attend all four days.

    More info and registration here: https://www.coloradoeft.com/ohio-externship-2018-september-26th-29th/

    Approved by the Ohio Board for 28 C.E.U.’s for Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists.

    Limited spaces available - register today!


Past events

18 May 2018 Creative Techniques: Collage Based Interventions (no NBCC credit)
04 May 2018 A Developmentally Grounded EMDRIA Approved Training for Treating Clients from Children to Adults (no NBCC credit)
27 Apr 2018 Trauma Informed Clinical Supervision
20 Apr 2018 OCDA Spring Conference (no NBCC credit)
20 Apr 2018 Expressive Arts Therapy Module B: Trauma-Focused Approaches to Meditation, Breath Work, and Yoga-Based Somatic Movement in Clinical Settings (no NBCC credit)
13 Apr 2018 Supervision Symposium (no NBCC credit)
13 Apr 2018 EMDR Therapy, Mindfulness & The Expressive Arts: Advanced Solutions for Complex Trauma (For EMDR Therapists Only) (no NBCC credit)
12 Apr 2018 Introduction to Expressive Arts Therapy: Strategies for Trauma-Focused Care (no NBCC credit)
11 Apr 2018 OCA Legislative Advocacy Day
11 Apr 2018 Behavioral Health Virtual Job Fair (no NBCC credit)
23 Mar 2018 Practical Approaches to Solving Ethical Dilemmas and The Role of Supervisors in Modeling and Eliciting Advocacy Competency in Supervisees (no NBCC credit)
23 Mar 2018 EMDR Therapy, Mindfulness & The Expressive Arts: Advanced Solutions for Complex Trauma (For EMDR Therapists Only) (no NBCC credit)
22 Mar 2018 Touch Drawing Workshop (no NBCC credit)
09 Mar 2018 GCCA Winter Workshop (no NBCC credit)
02 Mar 2018 Expressive Arts Therapy Module A: Movement, Mindfulness and the Expressive Arts (no NBCC credit)
01 Mar 2018 OCA Spring Conference 2018
23 Feb 2018 Children of the Opioid & Addiction Epidemic (no NBCC credit)
23 Feb 2018 Touch Drawing Workshop (no NBCC credit)
23 Feb 2018 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) and Trauma (no NBCC credit)
23 Feb 2018 A Developmentally Grounded EMDRIA Approved Training for Treating Clients from Children to Adults (no NBCC credit)
21 Feb 2018 Community Opioid Summmit (no NBCC credit)
03 Feb 2018 Self-Care Mini Retreat (no NBCC credit)
27 Jan 2018 Wellness Workshop (no NBCC credit)
26 Jan 2018 Supervision Ethics and Gatekeeping
26 Jan 2018 Four Part Series - Counselor Supervision Training (no NBCC credit)
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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