The Tulane School of Social Work is constantly working to offer our alumni and community members a diverse offering of CEUs throughout the year.
Upcoming CEU events are listed below!
6 CEUs: Weaving a Collaborative Spirit into Everyday Work with Families
Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM CDT
Come Join Porter Cason Board Member William Madsen as he helps us examine how to bring a spirit of respect, connection, curiosity and hope to families.
We will explore the transformative power of inquiry and highlight simple maps that can help clinicians work through complex problems and guide conversations with families about challenging issues. These maps will be illustrated with examples from across multiple contexts and workshop participants will have opportunities to practice their use in small groups.
William Madsen, Ph.D. is the founder and director of the Family-Centered Services Project. He provides international training and consultation regarding collaborative approaches to working with families and assists community and government programs develop institutional practices and organizational cultures that support family-centered work. Bill has written numerous articles and is the author of Collaborative Therapy with Multi-Stressed Families (2nd Edition) and Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home-Based Services.
Addressing Addiction, Fostering Attachment with EFT
Friday, June 1, 2018 at 8:30 AM CDT
Saturday, June 2, 2018 at 5:00 PM CDT
This workshop will provide an attachment-based understanding of the impact of addiction on the brain and relationships. It is designed for the EFT practitioner who has completed the Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship.
This workshop is designed for Therapists who have completed the Emotionally Focused Therapy Externship and want to gain skills using EFT in cases involving addiction, addictive behaviors, and substance abuse.
1.Participant will gain an attachment-based understanding of the impact of addiction on the brain and relationships.
2.Participant will learn a differential assessment process to determine if EFT is indicated when addiction or possible addiction surfaces in treatment.
3.Participant will gain the ability to place addiction and addictive processes into the systemic process of the couple’s negative cycle.
4. Participant will gain an understanding of the impact of addiction on emotional regulation and processing specific to EFT work.
5. Participant will practice applying EFT in addiction
6. Participant will practice with specific scenarios to hone and increase EFT skills with this population.
Michael Barnett LPC comes to us from Atlanta where he has been practicing psychotherapy since 1986. He is both an Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy Supervisor (2008) and a Registered Certified Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy Trainer (2009). He is a full partner At Pine River Psychotherapy Assiciates . He specializes in marriage and couples therapy, adolescent psychotherapy, addictive disorders and trauma.