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1 Break- out Session I Title: Ethical, Competency-based Clinical Supervision for Counselors Intended audience: Intended for professional counselors working in schools, community agencies or private practices that are interested in providing clinical supervision to pre-licensed professional counselors. Program summary: Clinical Supervision is a counseling specialty with its own knowledge, skills, and attitudes. Clinical supervisors in Tennessee are required to have completed training in the provision of clinical supervision before they can be approved as licensure supervisors for new professionals. This program will provide an overview of competency-based ethical supervision for professional counselors. Presenters: Robert M Cox, M.A., LPC-MHSP, LCAS (NC) CCMHC, Doctoral Student, The University of Memphis, Pamela A. Cogdal, Ph.D. H.S.P., Licensed Psychologist, Associate Clinical Professor, Clinical Coordinator of Counseling Practice, The University of Memphis Title: Using Solution Focused Brief Therapy with Middle and High School Students Intended audience: Middle/High school counselors, school counseling students, professionals working with adolescents Program summary: During this session, the attendee will learn about practical, hands-on strategies for helping middle and high school students through their daily struggles. Topics will include conflict resolution, interventions for academically at-risk students, and other common issues faced by adolescents. You will not leave empty handed! Presenter: Wendy Willingham, Ed.D., Professional School Counselor, Germantown High School Title: Understanding Mindfulness: Techniques for Clinical Practice Intended audience: Clinicians or instructors wanting to learn more in the area of mindfulness and related clinical techniques. Program summary: Recent decades have seen the precipitous rise in mindfulness based therapeutic interventions in clinical practice. This session will focus on understanding the concept of mindfulness and its various applications in a counseling setting. Presenter: Eraina Schauss, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP, NCC, Assistant Professor, The University of Memphis 1

2 Break- out Session I Title: The School Counselor-Principal Relationship: A Critical Collaboration Intended audience: School counselors and clinical mental health counselors contracting with schools. Program summary: The school counselor continues to experience confusion in their emerging role within the school community. The literature also indicates that the aspiring school principal is not exposed to an in- depth presentation of a comprehensive school counseling program during their academic preparation. The goal of this presentation is to raise the awareness of the counselor regarding the importance of the administrative relationship and to examine strategies that set the stage for collaboration in a well-defined program. Presenter: Michael W. Hayes, Ed.D., LPC, NCC, Assistant Professor, Lincoln Memorial University, Deborah L. Hayes, Ed.D., Associate Professor, Carson Newman University Title: Transcending the Gender Binary Intended audience: College/University faculty & staff, community/mental health counselors, school counselors, social workers, LGBTQ allies Program summary: This session will include a discussion of the gender binary and its role in society, culturally sensitive vocabulary for transgender people, counseling issues that may arise when working with transgender clients, and the importance of social advocacy for transgender and gender non-conforming clients. Presenters: Jonie Oliver, M.S., Doctoral Candidate, The University of Memphis, NaKeshi Nikki Dyer, M.S., NCC, Doctoral Candidate, The University of Memphis Title: Trauma Resolution Therapy: Satiating the Invisible Wounds in Children Intended audience: All counselors Program summary: Children who undergo physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence situations, abandonment, neglect and rejection are at risk for developing PTSD. This session will help participants understand the difference between processed and unprocessed trauma in children, four behaviors prevalent in children who suffer from PTSD, acknowledge the recommended treatment regimens, and understand the need for emotional resourcing. Presenter: Kelli H. Davis, LPC-MHSP, Director of Grief & Trauma, Lakeside Behavioral Health 2

3 Break- out Session I Title: Get Happy: Create Well-Being at Work Intended audience: Community mental health counselors, private practitioners, school psychologists, elementary, middle, and high school counselors, EAP counselors, human resource professionals Program summary: The relationships we form at work are significant contributors to our wellbeing. Participants will learn how to create a respectful and trusting culture at work. We will explore how culture impacts productivity and profit, and how to cope with challenging situations at work. Presenter: Laura White, LPC-MHSP, CEAP, SAP, Stability Growth Soulutions LLC, John Redden, LPC-MHSP, Stability Growth Soulutions LLC 3

4 Break- out Session II Title: Conversations in Ethics The New ACA Code, Part 1 Intended audience: Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC s), All counselors interested in broadening their understanding of counseling ethics. Program summary: The purpose of this workshop is to provide an interactive opportunity to explore changes in the 2014 ACA code, discuss unique ethical situations that may be encountered involving the new code, analyze situations using diverse decision making perspectives, and formulate various courses of action. Attendance at both sessions will earn the participant two hours of ethics training that can be applied toward LPC licensure maintenance. Presenter: Jake Morris, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP, Professor, Lipscomb University, Ethics Chair, Tennessee Counseling Association Title: Peer Mentorship Programs: Establishing Win-Win Partnerships Between Students Intended audience: Elementary school counselors Program summary: Peer tutor, peer ambassador, and peer mediator programs provide opportunities for student leadership while assisting at-risk students. In this program, the presenter will discuss the advantages of peer mentorship programs and how to set them up. Potential challenges to implementation will also be detailed. Presenter: Ann E. Taylor, Ed.D., NBCT, Professional School Counselor, Bailey Station Elementary Title: Somatic Experiential Therapy: Treating Process Addictions and Trauma Intended audience: Community/mental health counselor, private practice, addictions specialists, alcohol and drug counselors, trauma professionals, crisis interventionists, treatment facilities Program summary: This presentation is designed through didactic information and experiential processing to help professionals understand, identify and intervene on patterns in individuals around process addictions, trauma and attachment. It will introduce methods for assisting individuals in regulation of their nervous system, thereby achieving and maintaining abstinence from medicating and self-defeating behaviors. Presenters: Michelle Rappaport, Co-Founder, Experiential Healing Center 4

5 Break- out Session II Title: Effectively Teaching Informed Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in a Group Format Intended audience: Counselors, therapists, students, university faculty Program summary: This session will demonstrate the use of Informed DBT in a content group format. Effective group leader skills, coaching, and motivational techniques play a vital role in producing successful outcomes. Through the use of DBT coping skills, clients gain competence in managing their overwhelming emotions. By doing so, clients begin to create a sense of confidence and hopefulness. Presenters: Debbie S. Harrison, LPC/MHSP, Clinical Director, BoCoHealth, Pamela A. Cogdal, Ph.D. H.S.P., Licensed Psychologist, Associate Clinical Professor, Clinical Coordinator of Counseling Practice, The University of Memphis Title: Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Fathers of Children Diagnosed with Autism Intended audience: K-12 teachers, counselors Program summary: The aim of the session is to examine the prevalence of PTSS among fathers who have a child who has been diagnosed with autism. Options for therapy and counseling will be discussed to help those fathers who have children diagnosed with autism. Presenters: Clinton Smith, Ed.D., BCBA-D, Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee at Martin, Laura Casey, Ed.D., BCBA-D, Associate Professor, The University of Memphis Title: Developing Mindsets and Behaviors in All Students for College Access and Success Intended audience: All school counselors Program summary: The preparation of students for college access and success is usually considered to be the work solely of high school counselors. However, recent research clearly shows that certain mindsets and behaviors that lead to academic success must be developed in students at all grades. New ASCA standards establish what counselors at all levels can do to help students build college readiness skills, but not the how. This session will provide a step-by-step guide for integrating ASCA Mindsets and Behaviors in your school counseling programs. Presenter: Michael Bundy, Ph.D., NCC, CPC, Associate Professor, Carson-Newman University 5

6 Break- out Session II Title: Using Horses as a Therapeutic Tool: An Overview of Equine-Facilitated Psychotherapy Intended audience: Practitioners currently active in the field including community mental health counselors, school counselors, private practitioners Program summary: The definition and scope of practice of equine-facilitated psychotherapy, using horses as a therapeutic tool within the counseling process, will be discussed in an effort to raise awareness of a potentially beneficial therapeutic approach for a variety of clients and presenting problems. Presenter: Jennifer A. Drabowicz, LPC-MHSP, Doctoral Student, The University of Memphis Title: Sex and Love Addiction: Fact or Fiction Intended audience: All counselors, psychologists, college and high school counselors Program summary: This session will focus around a discussion on the debate surrounding sex and love addiction s classification as a real illness. A description of the characteristics of clients who may suffer from love addiction, sex addiction, or sexual anorexia will be offered, as well as current research related to pornography addiction. Clinical techniques for treatment and various community twelve step programs will be presented. Presenter: Oscar Carr, J.D., Masters Student, Clinical Mental Health, The University of Memphis, Sandra Hobson, M.S., LPC, NCC, Private Practice 6

7 Break- out Session III Title: Conversations in Ethics The New ACA Code, Part 2 Intended audience: Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC s), All counselors interested in broadening their understanding of counseling ethics. Program summary: The purpose of this workshop is to provide an interactive opportunity to explore changes in the 2014 ACA code, discuss unique ethical situations that may be encountered involving the new code, analyze situations using diverse decision making perspectives, and formulate various courses of action. Attendance at both sessions will earn the participant two hours of ethics training that can be applied toward LPC licensure maintenance. Presenter: Jake Morris, Ph.D., LPC-MHSP, Professor, Lipscomb University, Ethics Chair, Tennessee Counseling Association Title: An Easy Way to Analyze N of 1 / Single-Case Research Designs Intended audience: Counselors, clinical social workers, and/or psychologists looking for a means to easily evaluate individual cases or single-case studies Program summary: In an era of evidence-based practice, it is difficult to obtain evidence-based data that affirms intervention procedures. N of 1 designs are simple and powerful alternatives to classical experimental/control group designs. We will speak to the theory of N of 1, demonstrate how it is applied and teach participants how to implement the design in their own practice settings. Presenters: Mike Skirius, B.A., Masters Student, Clinical Mental Health, The University of Memphis, Richard K. James, Ph.D., Professor, The University of Memphis Title: Social Media and It s Influence on Body Image in Adolescents Intended audience: Anyone working with adolescents in schools or mental health practices, as well as those interested in learning more about how adult s views of body image are impacted from an early age by social media and the internet. Program summary: The presentation will address the adolescent social media use, trending topics, and the increasing negative effects it has on one s body image. Presenters: Brittin Palmer, LMFT, Crystal Pierce, M.S., Kirsten Cannon, M.S, Nancy Johnson, EdD, LPC/MHSP, Transformation Center 7

8 Break- out Session III Title: Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies: AMCD s Proposed Revisions Intended audience: Public, private and community mental health counselors, professional school counselors, school psychologists, counselor educators and supervisors Program summary: A Forum for understanding and beginning conversation about the recent Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (MSJCC) proposed by the Association of Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD). This new awareness and collaboration is envisioned to enhance counseling practices and training programs to better serve global clients. Presenters: Hattie Isen, Ph.D., Internship Supervisor, Freed-Hardeman University, LaSheryl Askew, M.Ed., Financial Management Counselor, Operation HOPE Title: The United States of Numb: Current Trends in Adolescent Substance Abuse Intended audience: Community/mental health counselors, school psychologists, college/university faculty, all school counselors, private practice counselors Program summary: In this session we will discuss current trends being seen across the southeast. This discussion will include the usual suspects (alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs) and also new kids on the block (synthetic versions of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and LSD, marijuana waxes/oils/concentrates). Presenter: Angela Camp, M.A., National Coordinator of Adolescent Marketing, Bradford Health Services Title: Treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with Hypnotherapy Intended Audience: Mental health counselors, psychologists Program summary: This session will present a theoretical construct and pragmatic application of a Hypnotherapy technique for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The technique will be demonstrated and a step-by-step instructional template regarding the technique will be provided. Participants will have the opportunity for discussion regarding the demonstrated intervention and discuss other interventions. Presenters: Dewaine Rice, Ed.D., LPC-MHSP, NBCCH (fellow), Assist. Chair & Director of Counseling Programs, The University of Memphis, Pamela A. Cogdal, Ph.D. H.S.P., Licensed Psychologist, Associate Clinical Professor, Clinical Coordinator of Counseling Practice, The University of Memphis 8

9 Title: Leveraging Body-Oriented Psychotherapy & DBT to Optimize Experiential Learning Intended audience: All counselors Break- out Session III Program summary: Mindfulness has broken through the cognitive glass ceiling in the mental health field as an evidence-based therapy for treating a wide range of clinical problems including chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Body-oriented psychotherapy now has the attention of the field for treating many chronic conditions. This session will address how mindfulness-based therapies like Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) can be integrated with somatic experiences to optimize insight-generating therapeutic experiences for many client populations and meet managed care objectives. Presenters: Molly Fleming, LPC/MHSP, RYT, Fairhaven Treatment Center, Ebony Bailey, LPC/MHSP, Balance Therapy, LLC, Beth Rushing, M.S., NCC, Experiential Healing Center Title: How to Shake it Off: Burnout Prevention for Helping Professionals Intended audience: All individuals working in health and human services fields. Including, but not limited to, community/mental health counselors, school counselors, counseling and school psychologists, college/university faculty, nurses, doctors, social workers, and counselors in private practice. Program summary: The session will educate attendees about professional burnout utilizing the PIE MAP, discuss the effects of burnout on neurocognitive functioning, and will discuss/demonstrate preventative methods of treating burnout. Presenters will accomplish this through participation, incorporating an experiential aspect of self-care into the presentation. Presenters: Melissa Etheridge, BA, Masters Student, Clinical Mental Health, The University of Memphis, Leigh Pitre, BS, Masters Student, Clinical Mental Health, The University of Memphis, Talia Trigg, BS, Masters Student, Clinical Mental Health, The University of Memphis, Shondolyn Sanders, BA, Masters Student, Clinical Rehabilitation, The University of Memphis, Pamela A. Cogdal, Ph.D. H.S.P., Licensed Psychologist, Associate Clinical Professor, Clinical Coordinator of Counseling Practice, The University of Memphis 9

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