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    • 19 Jan 2018
    • 20 Jan 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • United Way Community Resource Center 50 Waugh Drive, Houston 77007
    • 2
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    Image result for google image video conferenceEffective January 1, 2018, if you are providing any therapeutic services to clients via technology services (think email, phone, video conference) you must have completed 15 hours of training in best practices and ethics per the Texas State Board of Examiners.  Many of us already offer some services electronically and will need to become compliant with board requirements as soon as possible.  HAMFT has partnered with HGI to offer the required 15 hours of training to HAMFT members at the substantial discount of $185.  This training will be offered at this rate through HAMFT this one time only.  However, HGI will continue to offer this training in the future at their regular rate of $349.   See below for more details.  REGISTER NOW.

    Instructors:

    Adriana Gil-Wilkerson, M.S., LMFT-Supervisor
    Sue Levin, Ph.D., LPC-Supervisor, LMFT-Supervisor
    Stephanie Gabel-Zepeda, Ph.D., LMFT, LPC

    The potential to use technology assisted services (TAS) in the practice of therapy, supervision, and learning has grown exponentially and continues to grow daily. This ability to serve in exciting new ways also comes with new issues and responsibilities that need to be addressed to ensure that we are using best practices with TAS. This training will address these issues and prepare you to implement technology easily and ethically into your practices.

    Attendees can expect to:

    • ·       Review new board rules in Texas about TAS
    • ·       Explore creative ways to engage clients using TAS
    • ·       Learn about variety of platform options
    • ·       Experience online engagement
    • ·       Discuss limits of TAS
    • ·       Understand how to manage crisis situations
    • ·       Learn how to update forms appropriately to incorporate TAS
    • ·       Discuss potential boundary issues with TAS
    • ·       Learn how to set up your optimum TAS work space
    • ·       Examine aspects of TAS etiquette
    • ·       Identify methods of payment using TAS
    • ·       Learn troubleshooting strategies when using TAS

     Schedule of this 2-day training:
    Friday, January 19th from 9:00 to 5:00 pm (in person)
    Saturday, January 20th from 9:00 to 4:00 pm (in person)

    Cost Per Person

    $185

    Location of In-Person Training

    United Way Community Resource Center
    50 Waugh Drive, Houston 77007

    This training will provide 15 CEUs, with 3 hours of ethics.  

     

    • 21 Feb 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • 24 Feb 2018
    • 5:00 PM

    There will be no monthly HAMFT workshop in February.  Instead, we encourage you to consider attending TAMFT's 44th Annual Conference Sex, Drugs & MFTs.

    February 21-24, 2018, TAMFT's annual conference will be held at the Omni Mandalay Hotel at Los Colinas and will feature Esther Perel, Douglas Brawn Harvey, Susan Ford Bales and Kimberly Shappley.

    Early bird rates apply through 11:59 pm December 31, 2017.

    • 09 Mar 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • DePelchin Children's Center, 4950 Memorial Drive, Houston, TX 77007
    • 66
    Register


    Jayna Haney, MS 
    Founder, The Bridge Across for Single Parents and Stepfamilies

    Whether you call them step, bonus, or blended, it can often feel like this family jungle is full of thick brush, quicksand, and scary things at night- for you and for them... but it doesn’t have to be that way.  

    Join Jayna Haney as she shares the benefits of two decades of experience and extensive training. She addresses the most common and challenging issues in stepfamily life with an energetic and engaging approach that gets to the heart of the matter quickly from the first session. Gain new guidance and insights, handouts, and creative interventions for couples, children/teens, and families. 

    Jayna Haney provides stepfamily and single parent services to adults, couples, children/teens, and families through The Lovett Center, Shield Bearer Counseling Centers, and Red Dun Ranch. Jayna’s unique multi-therapeutic counseling and coaching approach includes attention to areas often not addressed but desperately needed in these families. First married in 1986, a mom since 1993, divorced mom and single parent in 1998, and remarried mom and stepmom since 2001, Jayna has walked a lot of miles in the same shoes as her clients. 

    Like her travels in family life, her professional journey has changed and grown along the way. Jayna began her work with single parents and stepfamilies in 2002, fueled by her own search for help and support. Early on, she and her husband, Mike, trained at the Stepfamily Foundation in New York and started teaching classes for stepfamily couples and single parents. In 2006, she founded The Bridge Across for Single Parents and Stepfamilies to provide coaching, education, and programs- including those she authored herself. In 2012, she began graduate school, earning an MS in Counseling and a post graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy, both from University of Houston- Clear Lake. Additionally, she is trained in EMDR and trauma, attachment issues, and high conflict dynamics/parental alienation. As an LPC Intern, she is supervised by Mary Lou Shackleton, MA, LPC-S, LMFT-S. Jayna and Mike have been married for 17 years, are enjoying their empty nest with full hearts, and have four grown children. 



Check in and on-site registration opens at 8:30 a.m. Light breakfast bites and coffee will be served. 

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