Courses in this track are available as part of one of our unlimited packages.
  • This track will provide live, interactive webinars.  You will be able to interact with Dr. Snipes in real time during the broadcast via chat.  She will also ask and respond to questions after the presentation is over.  You can also email questions to support@allceus.com.
  • To get credit, participants will be required to attend at the time of the class, login using their real name, participate in the chat discussion throughout the presentation, and pass the final quiz.  These are requirements set forth by the various professional licensing boards in order to qualify the webinar toward any required  "live" CEs.
      • **IMPORTANT** Since most people do not use their name as their YouTube handle, when you join the meeting on YouTube, you MUST tell us your first name and last initial. If you do not, we have no way of verifying your interactive participation in the training.  The recording with the chatroom will be saved in case your board needs to verify interactivity.
  • Most states also require that you pass a post-test and complete a course evaluation.  There will be a link in the show notes to bring you back to the class so you can take your test. Once you pass with at least an 80% you will be emailed your certificate.  We also suggest downloading a copy and saving it to your hard drive. You are REQUIRED to take your QUIZ on the DAY OF THE CLASS.

NOTE:  Just like attending a conference, the courses are not available until the day of the course.  The day of the course you can login and see the materials. 

We will be broadcasting through https://youtube.com/docsnipes  A link to the broadcast will be included in the course.

Objectives

·         Explore the various symptoms of GABA imbalance in a transdiagnostic framework

·         Identify physiological, cognitive and environmental factors to improve GABA regulation


Objectives

·         Explore the various symptoms of norepinephrine imbalance in a transdiagnostic framework

·         Identify physiological, cognitive and environmental factors to improve norepinephrine regulation


Objectives

·         Explore the various symptoms of dopamine imbalance in a transdiagnostic framework

·         Identify physiological, cognitive and environmental factors to improve dopamine regulation


Objectives

·         Review the bidirectional interaction of gut health and mood, cognitive function and pain perception

·         Identify factors impacting gut health and ways to address them


Objectives:

  • Review the literature related to diverse sexual practices and perception of pathology (including the DSM V)
  • Explore the prevalence of sexual diversity
  • Review issues experienced by people who are sexually diverse in public and with medical, spiritual and mental health practitioners
  • Highlight why embracing diversity is imperative to providing trauma informed, culturally responsive care.
  • Define kink in general
  • Learn about the 5 stages of kink identity development
  • Identify benefits of kink (empowerment, communication, self-exploration)
  • The importance of consent
  • Review the differences between abuse and kink
  • Learn about bondage, discipline, sadistic and masochistic practices in general
  • Personality traits of BDSM practitioners
  • Understanding subspace
  • The importance of aftercare
  • Types of Dominant/submissive relationships dominant/submissive, master/slave, owner/pet, Daddy/little, Female Led Relationships
  • Bedroom vs. Lifestyle relationships
  • Define asexuality, polyamory and open relationships
  • Learn about the prevalence of each
  • Explore the research related to effects of the practice of each on mental health

Based in part on the Counselor Toolbox Podcast Series on Human Sexuality, Kink and Polyamory

Objectives

·         Types of Dominant/submissive relationships dominant/submissive, master/slave, owner/pet, Daddy/little, Female Led Relationships

·         Bedroom vs. Lifestyle relationships


Objectives:

  • Learn about the inner child
  • Examples of behaviors that can traumatize the IC
  • Impacts of trauma on the IC
  • Core issues faced by many people with a wounded IC
  • Strategies to being healing the IC

Objectives
~    Review the basics of psychodynamics
~    Phenomenological reality (autobiography)
~    Transference
~    Compare and contrast (are you safe now?)
~    Creating PACER safety and Mindfulness of the Present

Objectives:

  • Discuss why screening is important and why screening must be trauma informed (even if not screening for trauma)
  • Learn about the 3 types of prevention
  • Define trauma, traumatic injury, PTSD and cPTSD
  • Discuss the preventative impact of screening and assessment for adverse childhood experiences, trauma, mental health issues and addictions 
  • Review effective screening practices
  • Review the Principles of Trauma Informed Care