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December 18 2020
Jenna Riemersma, LPC, IFS Level 3, CSAT-S,
December 18 2020
Jenna Riemersma, LPC, IFS Level 3, CSAT-S,

Feeling Overwhelmed? Take This Guided Meditation

February 27 2020
Jenna Riemersma, LPC, IFS Level 3, CSAT-S,

This class will introduce you to a revolutionary new way of understanding your feelings and behavior. It’s called Internal Family Systems (IFS). The principles you’ll learn as part of this class can help you understand yourself like never before. 

July 8 2019
Kimberly Owen LPC, EMDR, BT, SA,

Trauma recovery is more than just working on the mind, thoughts and experiences. In this video series, we identify what is happening to our mind and our bodies during trauma and discuss solutions to create a mental and physical wellness plan that allows this paradigm shift to aid in successful trauma recovery.

March 25 2019
David Jones,

David Jones will introduce you to the concept of Internal Family Systems (IFS). You will learn how to feel and recognize the many parts of yourself that have been developed given the experiences of your life. Learn how your thoughts and emotions are connected and communicate with each other. We’re all born with an innate goodness. The better we understand the different parts we’re made up of, the better we’re able to get back to self.

February 7 2019
Angela Spearman, MSMFT, EMDR, ASAT, LAC, Hypnosis,

Join Angela Spearman as she leads a roundtable discussion with her clinical colleagues about the benefit and power of group therapy. Learn why group therapy works and if it would be a good fit for you.

May 1 2018
Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S,

Sexual compulsive behavior, affairs, pornography use, addiction, and recovery. What does it mean? Why does it happen? What does recovery look like and is recovery even possible? So many questions, […]

April 26 2018
Dr. Kevin Skinner, LMFT, CSAT-S, Core Faculty, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

In this class Dr. Kevin Skinner will take you through the strategies to rebuild trust after infidelity and betrayal. Based on his 15 years of clinical experience working with couples he will outline the steps that successful couples take.

November 1 2017
Dr. Kevin Skinner, LMFT, CSAT-S, Core Faculty, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

“I don’t even know who I am. I’ve lost my identity in this experience.” Many women who experience betrayal trauma fell this way. Like they’ve lost who they are.

During this class Dr. Kevin Skinner will challenge you. He believes that you already know who you are. Through a series of questions and a short assignment you can uncover the you that may have been lost. Who is the real you? How do you see yourself? Strong, weak, lovable, compassionate? As you answer these questions you’ll find you have many more.

August 1 2017
Dr. Kevin Skinner, LMFT, CSAT-S, Core Faculty, PhD, LMFT, CSAT, EMDR-C

Along the path to recovery and healing, there are experiences that “trigger” difficult emotions from the past. Learn specific strategies and steps that you can take to understand your response sequence and effectively respond to triggering events.