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We regularly host a variety of events at Sandstone Care. Most events are ideal for health professionals looking for fresh perspectives, educational presentations, and training. Each educational presentation offers CEUs and CPDs.
Friday April 12, 2019
Registration & Networking 8:30am-9am
In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore the true meaning and practices behind self-nurturance and self-care. This is a dynamic process and one that evolves with us as we expand personally and professionally. It often requires that we revisit our process over time.
Often times as professionals in the health care field we engage in some level of self-care to simply stay afloat, yet we encourage our clients and patients to do much more. Together we will explore if you feel in alignment with the way that you are of service to yourself and others. You will have the opportunity to unpack the connection between your passion, purpose and self nurturance. We will have the opportunity connect, engage in experiential exercises and will leave with take aways to apply to your life going forward.
April 19th, 2019, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm MST
What is the interior world of the younger clients that struggle with a variety of addictions and mental health issues? For many, it is a world of fantasy that is in stark contrast to the reality of their circumstances when they present for treatment. This can lead us as providers to dismiss their internal world, fall into the trap of placing our own values on them, and labeling them as resistant to change, much in the way that society has done.
Parents can also escape to their own fantasy world as they avoid the present crisis and resort to their unrealistic expectations for change. What has resulted is an existential dilemma for two generations with both using fantasy as primary coping mechanism. This presentation will explore these concepts of multigenerational fantasy and discuss ways to address them in treatment with a new lens.
Presented by John Brundrick, LPC & James Abrams, LPC, LAC
Friday, May 3, 2019
8:30am-9am Registration, Networking & Continental Breakfast
*Eligible for 2.0 Continuing Professional Development credits
Program Objective: Eating Disorder and Substance Use Disorder professionals coming together to learn ways in which to use Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to work more integratively with these co-occurring illnesses. Presented by Amber Herring, LMFT, LAC and Mikki Morris, LCSW
May 17, 2019
9am - 11:30am
Join Angelo Ciliberti LPC, LAC, CGP and Marc Azoulay LPC, LAC, CGP as we explore the concept of Immediacy in the group process. By attending this workshop you’ll have the opportunity to develop as a clinician by learning both cognitively and experientially by participating in a group process as a member. This workshop is brought to you in collaboration with the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy Society.
One of the most common things that I hear is "how do you get a group off of the ground!?" So many clinicians have a goal of to adding group therapy to their practice but hit a wall when it's time to start market it, or, they start a group only to see it fizzle and die a few months later! This workshop will help you to find your identity as a group psychotherapist, and develop a plan for future groups.
Multiple Dates, 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
Sandstone Care is proud to be hosting various peer training events for PCA Colorado. They offer addiction recovery training to help recovery coach professionals in the industry. For more information on dates, times & training options, click the link below.
Friday, March 15, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm MST
This course provides healthcare providers with the necessary skills to offer more mindful, resourceful, and inclusive treatment to their patients. What does it take to be a culturally aware healthcare provider working with LGBTQPIA+ individuals and their families?
This training will focus on the intersectionality of biological sex, gender, and sexuality as it pertains to identity development, which is relevant to everyone. We will also explore the necessity of trauma-informed care as it relates to the clinical implications of marginalization, and how we can utilize our positions to create safer spaces and models for our clients.
Presented by Sorin Thomas, LPC, LAC (xe,xyr,xem)
March 8 & 9, 2019, 8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Save the Date!
An Experiential, Research Informed, Engaging Workshop Effectively Working with this Complex Emotion with recovering Shame-aholics.
Presented by Cindy Wander and Jim Thomas
Friday, March 1, 8:30 am - 12:00 pm MST
We often hear about Dual Diagnosis in Substance Abuse, but what happens when that Dual Diagnosis is an intellectual or developmental disability (IDD). Individuals who live with IDD often have an increase in substance use risk factors, and a decrease in the effectiveness of traditional substance use treatment modalities. Come join us for a morning of delving into these challenges and learning how altering treatment modalities can support IDD clients.
Presented by Martha Odegard, LCSW, LAC, Murphy McCracken & Brooke Rambold
Friday, February 22, 9:00 am - 11:00 am MST
Join us for an interactive introduction and demonstration of innovative tools for suicide assessment and safety planning for at-risk youth and adults experiencing crisis. We will explore current research on risk factors, trends in suicide assessment tools, and an introduction to technology including the CACS Suicide Risk app (found at www.cacs-co.com).
Presented by Catalyst Counseling, PLLC
December 14, 2018, 9:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M.
Attendees will be able to identify the top five stressors that Millennials face within society and how these stressors lead to increased co-occurring symptoms. They will have an in-depth understanding of the cutting-edge Millennial research, and they will learn how to effectively implement the research into their practice to increase treatment outcomes.
Presented by Paulina Siegel, LCSW, CAC II
January 4-5, 2018, 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.
MIR focuses on developing mindfulness skills that can be incorporated into daily life that practical, universal, and based in the language of recovery and the recovery lifestyle. In this way, clients develop a way of living mindfully, with skills that support their recovery, based on their personal values and belief system. MIR blends seamlessly across all current recovery pathways and especially well with the 12-Step approach. There is also a MIR Community that provides daily ongoing support with an app and members are beginning to start meetings in different parts of the country.
Presented by John Bruna & Stefan Bate
November 13, 2018, 6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
In this 90-minute presentation, Michael Pipich, LMFT will describe the causes and symptoms of bipolar disorder in simple, relatable terms, discuss what to expect from treatment and the common barriers to receiving care, and present strategies for family members towards better support for their bipolar loved ones and themselves.
Presented by Michael Pipich, LMFT
November 30, 2018, 8:30 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
This workshop provides the opportunity for mental health professionals, medical staff and humanitarian aid workers to re-think the trauma paradigm in order to better understand, treat, and prevent PTSD. In addition, the training provides instruction in contemplative practices that strengthen self-regulation and resilience, better preparing and providing caregivers with vital protective factors to guard against the risk of traumatization and burnout for those working on the Frontlines of Trauma.
Presented by Gaea Logan, LPC-S, CGP
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