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Club 3000 Meeting - Transitioning from an Agency into Private Practice

  • June 12, 2018
  • 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Creekside Counseling Center 1170 Industrial St.


 

Coffee with a Therapist

 

The 3000 club is a gathering of interns, trainees, and students. Each month a clinical member of our chapter will present on a topic based on their area of expertise.  Attendees will have the opportunity for education, community, networking and mentorship.  
This month's meeting will be  Tuesday, June 12,  from 8:30 to 9:30 at
Creekside Counseling Center 
1170 Industrial Ave.  

Shauna Havlina, LMFT, 
will be leading a discussion on Transitioning from an  Agency to Private Practice.


 

Questions and inquires can be directed to Teri Watts, Pre-licensed member-at-large at teriwatts.therapist@gmail.com.   Clinical members are encouraged to contact Teri and make arrangements to present as soon as possible as the calendar will fill up quickly.

 

 

 

 

 

Coffee with a Therapist

 

The 3000 club is a gathering of interns, trainees, and students. Each month a clinical member of our chapter will present on a topic based on their area of expertise.  Attendees will have the opportunity for education, community, networking and mentorship.  The 3000 Club will be meeting Tuesday mornings from 8:30-9:30 once a month.  This months meeting will be  February 13,  at 
Creekside Counseling Center 
1170 Industrial Ave.  

Our Guest Speaker this month will be Sara Parker, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist.
She will be sharing on Chronic Illness and how it impacts one's mental health and family dynamics. 

 
Questions and inquires can be directed to Teri Watts, Pre-licensed member-at-large at teriwatts.therapist@gmail.com.   Clinical members are encouraged to contact Teri and make arrangements to present as soon as possible as the calendar will fill up quickly.

Greg White is a clinical and social psychologist who for 18 years has directed the MA Counseling Program at National University.  He has 40+ years clinical experience using a wide variety of clinical methods. 

 This presentation will be on mindful self-compassion training.  Surveys indicate that about 70% of adult Americans are low on self-compassion, and over 600 studies have validated various applications of self-compassion methods and outcomes.  

He will focus on the basics of self-compassion methods that can be taught to clients and used by therapists in those moments of self-doubt and  self-blame.

 

Questions and inquires can be directed to Teri Watts, Pre-licensed member-at-large at teriwatts.therapist@gmail.com.   Clinical members are encouraged to contact Teri and make arrangements to present as soon as possible as the calendar will fill up quickly.
Redding Regional Chapter of the California Marriage and Family Therapists
P.O. Box 990003
Redding, CA 96099-0003
info@reddingcamft.org


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