ABCs of ACT Interventions: 3 CE Training
By: Core Wellness
Presenter: Connie Meyerowitz, MSW, LCSW-C
Date: Friday June 28, 2019
9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Via live interactive webinar ONLY
3 CE Credits awarded, approved by MD Board of Social Work and MD Board of Professional Counselors. The Maryland Board of Psychologists accepts our credits as well.
Core Wellness, LLC is also recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0569. We are approved for all deliveries: Live in-person, live online and self-study. This course provides 3 Contact Hour Live online credit.
Join us for this thought provoking and interactive training, where therapists will learn about the foundations of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and how to implement a new set of tools and techniques in effectively treating clients. Therapists will learn the theoretic framework of ACT, the foundations of the model as well as practical application in session. Clinicians will understand how ACT differs from other modalities and with which clients and issues it can most effectively treat. Clinicians will be given hands on activities, interventions and exercises to perform with clients in order to implement and teach strategies of ACT to their clients. The training will use handouts, videos, visual aids and interactive activities to demonstrate ideas and keep participants captivated, thinking and learning.
Did you know? The Maryland Boards of Social Work, Professional Counselors and Psychologists all accept live interactive webinars as Category 1/A. The New York boards accept live online as the same as in person.
Connie Meyerowitz, MSW, LCSW-C is a licensed clinical social worker who integrates a strengths-based and client-centered perspective throughout her work. She counsels children, adolescents, and adults struggling with anxiety, depression and many other challenges. Connie listens to her clients and their specific needs in order to develop achievable goals. Using DBT and ACT, Connie empowers her clients by engaging them in meaningful dialogue in order to grow in their self awareness, understanding and acceptance. Connie has been a clinical therapist at RCC since 2015 and is invested in supporting every individual by tailoring counseling to their specific needs.. She holds a certification in substance dependency counseling. Connie enjoys spending time with her family, exploring new places, as well as cozying on the couch with hot cocoa.
Intro to ACT client care framework
6 Core Principles of ACT in working with clients
Clinical Examples and Application of ACT: Depression, anxiety and emotional dysregulation in clients.
ACT practice, evidence-based techniques to be used in session with clients
Summary of concepts and Questions