BAD THINGS AREN’T SUPPOSED TO HAPPEN TO THERAPISTS, BUT THEY DO
As therapists, we have the unique honor of being allowed into our patients’ lives. Because of our role, the world often doesn’t see the difficulties therapists experience in their professional and personal lives. Because of our caring nature, difficulties in our professional lives also lead to increased shame. Therapists need to be proactive and prepare for the unfortunate and inevitable patient scenarios, as well as those in our own personal lives. Join us as we explore what happens when bad things happen to therapists, the impact it has on our work, and how we can do better. Join us for a Three (3) hour in person training. $50 per person, refreshments provided, and three (3) Pitt School of Social Work Credits upon completion.
Where: Fairfield Inn / 1438 Broadhead Rd. / Monaca, PA 15061
The Benefits of Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), an evidence-based practice for the treatment of PTSD, offers a research-backed, curriculum-based therapy to guide individuals to relief from symptoms and healing from trauma. CPT has its roots in cognitive therapy and has been proven effective with co-occurring disorders, including depression, anxiety, personality disorders and substance use. In addition, it can be utilized to help individuals across diverse psychosocial histories with groups or individuals.
When: Coming in January 2024
Registration can be completed by emailing email@example.com
Let’s Talk About Women’s Mental Health
A Virtual Series presented by JP Counseling is coming soon! Join JP Counseling’s own Jill Perry alongside several guest presenters for five live Zoom trainings. Whether you are a woman or work with women, this series aims to educate and inform on current women’s issues. Each Training includes the two hour live zoom training and two Pitt School of Social Work continuing education credits.
Each Training cost $35.00 or for a limited time, you can advance purchase all five trainings for only $150.00! That’s all five trainings and ten Pitt School of Social Work continuing education credits for $150.00. This offer is only available until 11/6/2023. All purchases are nonrefundable regardless of attendance.
#1 Women & Substance Use: Unique Barriers to Recovery
Wednesday, 11/8/23, 9:30-11:30am Presented by Jill Perry, Professional Counselor & Trainer
#2 From YOLO to FOMO: Social Media’s Impact on Women
Wednesday, 12/13/23, 9:30-11:30AM Presented by Jill Perry, Professional Counselor & Trainer
#3 Now What? Providing Women Hope After a Diagnosis that Sounds Hopeless
Wednesday, 1/17/24 9:30-11:30AM Presented by Jennifer Oaks, MS, LPC, CAADC
#4 Hot Flash: Women, Hormones, and Emotional Health
Wednesday, 2/21/24 9:30-11:30AM Presented by Jill Perry, Professional Counselor & Trainer
#5 Boundaries: Enabling v. Empowering
Wednesday, 3/20/24 9:30-11:30AM Presented by Jill Perry, Professional Counselor & Trainer and Chrissy Bertocchini-Guay, MA, LPC