On Demand Webinars

Creative Interventions for Working with Hard to Engage Children

Creative Interventions for Working with Hard to Engage Children

Child therapist expert and best-selling author Liana Lowenstein explores Creative Interventions designed to help you build rapport with younger hard to engage clients.
What to Say to Kids When Nothing Seems to Work: A Workshop for Mental Health Professionals and Parents

What to Say to Kids When Nothing Seems to Work: A Workshop for Mental Health Professionals and Parents

The stress of the pandemic is adding to children's stress and distress. In this workshop, Adele LaFrance, author of "What to Say to Kids When Nothing Seems to Work", presents concrete tools for effectively navigating the twists, turns, and sometimes total chaos of life with kids.
Digital Distress: Helping Children, Tweens And Teens In A Technology Addicted World

Digital Distress: Helping Children, Tweens And Teens In A Technology Addicted World

Can overusing technology actually harm kids? Turns out it can. Technology overuse can change children’s brains structurally and through biochemistry. This workshop delves into how to identify technology addiction and how to steer families back toward healthy balance.
Resilience: Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty & Disaster

Resilience: Bouncing Back from Disappointment, Difficulty & Disaster

Linda Graham presents practical and effective strategies to build resilience and inner resources to cope in any crisis, large or small.
Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy: Applying Attachment Theory in Clinical Settings

Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy: Applying Attachment Theory in Clinical Settings

Based on Sue Johnson’s most recent book, Attachment Theory in Practice, this workshop explores how your clients’ need for connection with others shapes their neural architecture and consequently their everyday emotional lives and vulnerabilities, and significant interpersonal dramas.
Foundations of Internal Family Systems

Foundations of Internal Family Systems

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is one of the most effective evidence-based treatment techniques in use today. Learn how to identify and work with your patient’s parts. This webinar will show you the technique in action! Join Frank Anderson in this 8-hour introductory course to IFS.
Discovering the Extraordinary Gift of Being Ordinary: The Surprising Path to Overcoming Self-Doubt, Shame and Inadequacy

Discovering the Extraordinary Gift of Being Ordinary: The Surprising Path to Overcoming Self-Doubt, Shame and Inadequacy

This experiential, interactive webinar explores ways we can free ourselves (and our clients) from feelings of self-doubt, inadequacy, and self sabotage.
Sleep Problems in a Pandemic Context: Helping Clients Manage Now and for Life After Restrictions Are Lifted

Sleep Problems in a Pandemic Context: Helping Clients Manage Now and for Life After Restrictions Are Lifted

Join Colleen Carney and learn about how and why the pandemic is affecting sleep and how you can help clients adapt and even thrive, with evidence-based sleep medicine techniques.
How Mindfulness Can Enhance Our Well-Being and Be Applied to Couples Therapy

How Mindfulness Can Enhance Our Well-Being and Be Applied to Couples Therapy

Authors Caroline Welch and Ellyn Bader explore ways to introduce a mindful cultivation of resilience into couples therapy.