SNM Continuing Education & Workshops
The Sutherland Center, LLC is pleased to present our continuing education workshop. Our innovative, collaborative, and highly interactive workshop (Click this link to register now) “Struggle No More: A Counselor’s Ethical Connection in Counseling” has been approved by LPCA #2023-11-28-974LW for six ethics continuing education hours for APCs, LPCs, LCSWs, LMFTs, and other mental health professionals. This workshop has been regularly reviewed, restructured, and revised. The standard of excellence is at the forefront of its design. The next workshop will take place on Saturday, June 1, 2024, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm virtually via TruCircle powered by Zoom.
According to American Counseling Association (ACA) guidelines, the Struggle No More workshop will explore the counseling connection by ethically enhancing the counselor/client relationship. This workshop will focus on improving connections, building counselors' confidence, building & enhancing family connections, increasing communication, developing solution-focused skills, making parental involvement more engaging, and reducing the stress that causes the therapy process to be challenging.
- Increasing the therapist's confidence/effectiveness ultimately strengthens the client's connection with the significant people in their lives. (A.1.d.) Support Network Involvement.
- Enhancement of the therapeutic relationship, conveying the reality of therapy and how connection requires communication. (A.1.d.) Support Network Involvement
- Develop the therapist's philosophy, assisting the therapist and the client in responding to therapy pressures. (C.2.g.) Impairment
2024 Workshop Date
Saturday, June 1, 2024
Saturday, September 21, 2024
Workshop Registration $185
Click this link to register today Struggle No More Registration
Refund and Cancellation Policy
The Sutherland Center LLC (TSC) does not offer refunds for missed workshops or cancellations. You may have opportunities to attend another workshop inside of a year of your scheduled workshop. No refunds will be issued. Substitutions are encouraged and may be permitted (all substitutions arrangements must be made no later than five days from the cancellation date, via email, or by filling out the contact us form. The Sutherland Center, LLC does not offer refunds for registrants who do not attend the workshop. The Sutherland Center, LLC will not be responsible for any change/cancellation charges assessed by airlines, hotels, or travel agencies. Note that circumstances beyond the control of The Sutherland Center, LLC may necessitate substitutions, alterations, or cancellations of the workshop. The Sutherland Center, LLC offers non-tangible irrevocable services; we do not issue refunds for services rendered.
The “All or Nothing Rule”
LPCAGA approves professional workshops as required by and according to current Georgia Composite Board rules. The “All or Nothing Rule” states that a workshop participant must attend the workshop in its entirety to receive any CE credit. Participants will receive no partial CE credit for attending part of a workshop or less than all scheduled days if it continues over one day. Short absences may be allowed by a participant’s professional or personal urgent situation may be approved by the workshop provider or monitor may approve. However, the participant must return to the workshop without delay. Abuse of this consideration is grounds for denial of the CE certificate. Arriving late or leaving early is not an acceptable excuse by current standards.
An interactive workshop designed to explore the relationship individuals occasionally have with the stress in their lives. We will focus on ways to improve the connections with the significant people in your life, which includes, but is not limited to: building and improving family connections; expanding effective communication; increasing personal self-awareness; develop new solution-focused/practical strategies that replace the mess of stress with the hope of peace.
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