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August 2024

Existential-Humanism Applied: Navigating Suicidality with Therapeutic Presence

Megan Campbell, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate & Justin Rock, LMFT, LPC
This training, focuses on the therapist's mode and attitude, emphasizing self awareness and presence over the traditional objectification of clients in suicidal work. By integrating existential-humanistic therapy principles, participants will learn to manage suicidality by addressing the root causes of distress, such as fear, meaninglessness, and isolation. The training will involve practical applications, ethical decision-making, and strategies to enhance the therapeutic relationship, aiming to reduce the risk of exacerbating suicidal tendencies through a more person-centered approach.
03 Aug
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Live True Counseling
333 SW Taylor St, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97204

How to be an Effective (and Happier) Couples Therapist

Presented by: Sarah Lincoln Pattee, LMFT
This course is for clinicians exploring whether to work with couples, as well as those who currently see couples but are feeling challenged by the complex issues presented by their clients. For newer therapists, this course will help prepare them for the choices and decisions they should make when deciding to see couples clinically. For those who see couples already, the course will explore the common issues that couples bring into a therapist's office to help clinicians be better prepared for complex and challenging cases. The second part of this course will cover the four typical issues that couples bring to therapy: loss of connection/lack of communication, sexual roadblocks, infidelity & other betrayal and polyamory/CNM– as well as give further resources for training and education.
31 Aug
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Live True Counseling
333 SW Taylor St, Suite 200, Portland, OR 97204
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