2017 Winter Conference

  • Express Yourself: Expressive Arts in Clinical Supervision
  • Trauma Model Therapy: A Treatment Approach for Trauma, Dissociation and Complex Comorbidity
  • Beyond Trans and Gender Variant 101
  • Protected Health Information Legal Compliance Training: HIPAA Privacy Act, Final Omnibus Rule, HITECH Act, and Texas Medical Privacy Act (HB300)

Event Details

Join us on Friday, January 20th for our Annual Winter Conference. It will be a great opportunity to network, gain community resources and to hear phenomenal speakers!

Location

Collin College – Preston Ridge Campus – Frisco

Agenda

Timeframe Agenda/Presentations
8:00 – 8:30
Registration
Registration/Sign-In
Continental Breakfast Provided
8:30 – 10:00
Session 1
Angie Wilson, Ph.D, LPC-S & Marcella D. Stark, Ph.D., LPC-S
"Express Yourself: Expressive Arts in Clinical Supervision"
10:15 – 11:45
Session 2
Colin A. Ross, M.D.
"Trauma Model Therapy: A Treatment Approach for Trauma, Dissociation and Complex Comorbidity"
11:50 – 12:30
Lunch
Lunch Provided
12:45 – 2:15
Session 3
Beck Munsey Ph.D, NCC, LPC-S
"Beyond Trans and Gender Variant 101"
2:30 – 4:00
Session 4
Dean Aslinia, Ph.D., NCC, BCPC, LPC-S
"Protected Health Informa1on Legal Compliance Training: HIPAA Privacy Act, Final Omnibus Rule, HITECH Act, and Texas Medical Privacy Act (HB300)"

Need to pay by check?

You can register online and mail check to our address:
Northern Metro Counseling Association
PO Box 384
Lewisville, TX 75067

Angie Wilson, Ph.D, LPC-S & Marcella D. Stark, Ph.D., LPC-S

"Express Yourself: Expressive Arts in Clinical Supervision"

Expressive arts combine creative processes to foster deep personal growth and community development (IEATA, 2016).This presentation is designed for counselors and supervisors who are interested in enhancing their supervisory experiences with expressive arts (e.g. sandtray, drawings, paintings, poetry, and music). Attendees will have the opportunity to work in small groups, experience expressive arts activities, and participate in group discussions with colleagues.

session1
 
 

Colin A. Ross, M.D.

"Trauma Model Therapy: A Treatment Approach for Trauma, Dissociation and Complex Comorbidity"

In this workshop, Dr. Ross will explain the principles and techniques of his Trauma Model Therapy (TMT). Dr. Ross will explain the principles of TMT including: the problem of attachment to the perpetrator; the locus of control shift; the problem is not the problem; just say ‘no’ to drugs; addiction is the opposite of desensitization; and the victim-rescuer- perpetrator triangle. The techniques of TMT will be illustrated through case examples.

session2
 
 

Beck Munsey Ph.D, NCC, LPC-S

"Beyond Trans and Gender Variant 101"

In this presentation, Dr. Munsey will provide an overview of terminology, development, and

importance of pronouns associated with Transgender and Gender Variant clients. Several therapeutic techniques to help clients process their transition process and understanding of their gender identity will also be covered. Ethical implications will be discussed including writing letters to doctors and surgeons about hormones and surgeries for clients in need.

session3
 
 

Dean Aslinia, Ph.D., NCC, BCPC, LPC-S

"Protected Health Information Legal Compliance Training: HIPAA Privacy Act, Final Omnibus Rule, HITECH Act, and Texas Medical Privacy Act (HB300)"

This 90 minute professional ethics training will provide practical, understandable, and concise training on all federal and Texas state laws pertaining to medical and mental health records. The training will cover HIPAA, HITECH, and TX HB300, and provide strategies for how to handle release of record requests, preparing and responding to a subpoena, and understanding the legal system and how to prepare for testimony in court.

session4
 
 

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