The Sometimes Hidden Reality of Adult ADHD Today: Clinical Update on Diagnosis and Management

ADHD expert Russell Barkley will update you about how ADHD manifests in adults and the best practices established to manage this condition in this 3 hour webinar

Addressing Shame & Substance Use with Internal Family Systems

Frank Anderson shows you how to uncover the underlying fears and protective functions of shame and substance use through Internal Family Systems

Anxiety + Depression: Recognizing & Treating Common Co-Occurring Conditions

Anxiety and depression often appear at the same time, making them hard to treat. Learn the seven ways they can present and how to treat them.

Early Psychological Intervention for Children Following Tragic Events

Dr. Janine Shelby teaches you how to prepare and respond to tragic events with your child clients and use appropriate protocols to prepare and respond to tragic events and support early intervention.

Advances in ADHD Diagnosis & Management + The OTHER Attention Disorder: Sluggish Cognitive Tempo

Join leading ADHD clinician and researcher Russell Barkley as he discusses advances in ADHD diagnosis and management for children vs adults as well as Sluggish Cognitive Tempo Disorder

Insights from Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy: Lessons from a Lifetime of Therapeutic Practice

In conversation with Ronald Siegel, Phil Wolfson will discuss insights from his career, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy research findings, the transformative nature of therapy and the therapist-client relationship

Trauma and Polyvagal Theory

Learn how Polyvagal Theory offers a better understanding of the automatic reactions of our body to safety, danger, and life threat with Dr. Stephen Porges.

Providing Virtual EMDR – Revised 6-Hour Training

This 6 hour On-Demand Webinar will be available after you complete registration

Resolving the Root Causes of Parental Triggers with Internal Family Systems

In this webinar, you will explore both attachment and parenting styles and learn IFS interventions that really work to help heal underlying parental triggers.