Second Saturday Seminars
– professional development seminars held the second Saturday of every month, hosted by CCCA & presented by local clinicians –
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.
What Therapists Need to Know About the Divorce Process
Emotional, Legal, and Custody Considerations
Saturday, June 12th @9:00 am (CST)
If you are working with a couple considering divorce, or family members who are going through a divorce, it is helpful to understand the effect of divorce on families and how the court process operates.
In this workshop, you will learn ways to support and educate your clients involved in the divorce process. In addition, you will learn what courts expect should you be called on to release records, be deposed, or testify.
MSW, ALIVE Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator
Intimate Partner Violence 101
Saturday, July 10th @9:00 am (CST)
Chief Advisor & Founder of Wellness Fi
Developing a Financial Foundation for Your Private Practice
Saturday, August 14th @9:00 am (CST)
LMFT, AASECT Certified
Helping Couples Address Infidelity in Counseling
Saturday, September 11th @9:00 am (CST)
Beckemeier LeMoine Law
Succession Planning for Your Practice
Saturday, October 9th @9:00 am (CST)
Trauma-Based Art Therapy with Teens
Saturday, November 13th @9:00 am (CST)
MS LPC, PhD
LGBTQ+ Concerns in Counseling
Saturday, December 11th @9:00 am (CST)
Are you looking to learn about counseling LGBTQ+ clients? Or, do you need to refresh your multicultural competence and humility in working with this community as a counselor? This workshop is for you!
Those who attend this workshop will leave with awareness, knowledge, and skills to provide affirming care to, and advocate for, LGBTQ+ clients. To scaffold learning, current, appropriate terminology and language related to affectional/sexual orientation and attraction and internal gender will be described. As you become more familiar with this knowledge, a better awareness of the intersection of LGBTQ+ status in relation to other socially constructed identities will be acquired and your understanding of systemic barriers faced by this community will develop. The workshop will also review local, national, and global resources to improve counselors’ multicultural competency and skills when working with LGBTQ+ clients.
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.