The Department of Professional Counseling hosts workshops throughout the year on a variety of timely counseling topics. Included are two workshop series facilitated by Counseling Alumni Connection (CAC): “From Our Own” presentations featuring department alumni, and the Guest Lecture Series featuring presentations by outside mental health clinicians. Workshop fees include a light dinner and CE hours certificate. Please review this page for all upcoming offerings.
Professional Counseling Workshop Refund Policy
(Includes CAC “From Our Own” Presentation Series and CAC Guest Lecture Series)
All Professional Counseling workshops are non-refundable. Participants who cancel their registration at any point before the event is scheduled to run, or “no-show” the day of the event, will not receive a refund. No credit vouchers will be issued toward a future program.
If the workshop is cancelled by Professional Counseling, no penalties apply and full refunds are issued.
Traumatic medical events such as illness, diagnostic or therapeutic procedure can have a myriad of emotional consequences which can include PTSD, chronic anxiety, panic attacks, and avoiding necessary medical procedures. This presentation will discuss the physical/psychological challenges associated with medical traumas, and therapeutic interventions which may mitigate the emotional suffering of these distressing scenarios.
Presenter: Alison Kulick, MS, LAC, NCC, CVT
$0.00 - $20.00
(depends on options selected)
This program will cover the history of couples counseling, distinct issues couples face, and evidence-based theories in working with couples.
Presenter: David Burkholder, PhD, LPC