Evidenced-Based Treatment Models for Adults With PTSD
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In partnership with Nemeth Counseling and Consultation, we invite you to attend our free virtual Zoom Continuing Education Course on August 28, 2020 — Evidenced-Based Treatment Models for Adults With PTSD.
This training will discuss adult evidence-based trauma models for PTSD. A main emphasis on Ricky Greenwald’s Progressive Counting Method. This training will provide skill sets for most populations experiencing PTSD. This program will describe a 3-6-month treatment model. You will learn what to do in each session of individual and group therapy.
Goals and Learning Objectives:
- Gain knowledge, background and skills in trauma based adult counseling
- Learn Ricky Greenwald’s progressive counting method
- Learn and engage in practical skills and interventions to use in group and individual counseling
Friday, August 28, 2020
9 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
3 credit hours for LPCs, LPCCs, LSWs, LISWs
Provider Approval Program #RCS091803
Space is limited and spots fill up quickly. If you visit our website to RSVP and the event is no longer listed, that is because it is full.
Presented by Chris Nemeth, LISW-S
Chris has over twenty years of experience in mental health and wellness. He is currently the owner of Nemeth Counseling. His training has been at the premier agencies in Columbus, Ohio. These agencies include the Buckeye Ranch, Northwest Counseling Services, Nationwide Children’s Hospital at the Center for Child and Family Advocacy, and Dublin Counseling Center. His training includes counseling and therapy with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. He graduated with honors from the Ohio State University in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. He completed his Master of Social Work in 2000 and has been independently licensed since 2002.
This CE will take place virtually via the Zoom app. Once all attendees have registered, we will email a meeting link.
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