Second Saturday Seminars

Fee: $25 | CEUs: 3

 – professional development seminars held the second Saturday of every month, hosted by CCCA & presented by local clinicians –

Upcoming Seminars

All seminars are held on the 2nd Saturday of the month and are hosted virtually via Zoom.

Advanced registration required. 
Can’t attend live? No worries! All of our seminars are recorded. Register now, receive a replay link, and watch the recording up to 14 days after the live event!

Cancellations received 24 hours in advance will be eligible for a full refund.

Crystal Bennett

Crystal Bennett

LMSW

Racial Trauma: Death by a Thousand Nicks

Saturday, May 14th @9:00 am (CST)

Professor Alvin Poussaint described the cumulative impact of microaggressions as “death by a thousand nicks”. What might seem small and insignificant can become ingrained into the very fiber of one’s being, causing the body to live in a constant state of alert.

This workshop will discuss how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppressions and engage in dialogue around racial healing, empowerment, and equity.

Melissa Chosid

Melissa Chosid

LMFT

Intimacy From the Inside Out: Using IFS With Couples

Saturday, June 11th @9:00 am (CST)

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a model that helps clients to identify, explore, and form connections with different parts of their internal experience. In this seminar, clinicians will be given an introduction to the work of Toni Herbine-Blank, developer of Intimacy from the Inside Out (IFIO), and a framework of how to use IFS in couples therapy. Participants will learn how to use parts language in therapy sessions with couples and explore how these parts show up in ongoing patterns of conflict.

Shawn Moore

Shawn Moore

LMSW

How Best to Support Veterans and Their Families

Saturday, July 9th @9:00 am (CST)

This training workshop explains the significant connection between support for Veteran family caregivers and increased value of service for Veterans including improved health outcomes, relationships and quality of life. It will discuss common barriers to including family caregivers as part of the healthcare team. An explanation of the caregiver journey along with strategies to assist and support family caregivers and veterans navigate the healthcare system will be presented.

Obtaining ceu’s

CCCA’s Second Saturday Seminars meet the continuing education requirements for LPCs, LMFTs, and psychologists in the state of Missouri. Attendance certificates are provided via email within one week of the event. *Click here for more information regarding CEU approval by profession.