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Club 3000 Meeting - Surviving Narcissistic Abuse

  • July 24, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Park Marina Center for Wellbeing


 

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, July 24th,  from 9:00  am to 10:00 am at
Park Marina Center for Wellbeing
353 Park Marina Circle, Redding 

Kim Pattison, LMFT, 
will be presenting on Surviving Narcissistic Abuse


 

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.
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