Here are two opportunities for CEUs:
Patterns of Attachment: A New Language for Codependency
The term Codependency has been used and abused for many decades and is ready for a makeover.
This webinar will clarify and humanize the concept of codependency as a normal human response to the abnormal experience of instability, insecure attachment, neglect, and overall inconsistency in important relationships. What was once called Codependency is now known to be a natural result of attachment injuries due to mental illness, addiction, health, financial distress and other stresses.
Based on current understanding of attachment theory this webinar will outline and describe an “emotionally focused” approach to addressing attachment injuries.
Click here to sign up for this
complimentary webinar today!
Crisis: The Diverse Personal, Cultural and Spiritual Experiences of Mental Health Consumers
Welcoming Diversity & Culture in our Lives
Tuesday, October 23, 2012 (2:00 p.m. ET; 1:00 p.m. CT; Noon p.m. MT; 11:00 a.m. PT)
Join the STAR Center for this one hour webinar as we explore and understand the roles diversity and culture play in all aspects of mental health. The session will also provide useful tips and strategies to ensure our message is heard and understood by people of all backgrounds.
In the mental health community, we’re eager to share our experiences and messages of recovery. We can do that more effectively if we’re aware of our own cultural biases and background and attentive to others. This session will help you bridge that potential gap.
Register online here for the October 23 webinar. After registering you will receive a confirmation email with additional information on how to tune in to the webinar.