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FamilyCare Health/Northwest Family Services Member Get-Together

When: 02/22/17 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 02/22/17
Where: Northwest Family Services - 6200 SE King Road Portland OR 97222

Do you have questions about your FamilyCare Health/Oregon Health Plan coverage? Join us for dinner and to learn more! To RSVP, call FamilyCare Health Navigation Services at 503-222-2880.

FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council Meeting

When: 03/21/17 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM 03/21/17
Where: FamilyCare Health - 825 NE Multnomah St., Suite 1400 Portland OR 97232

The FamilyCare Health Community Advisory Council (CAC) is made up of providers, community partners such as local public health and social services organizations, and consumer representatives. This diverse group meets on a monthly basis to discuss the health of the community and how to best make lasting and effective change. Find out more about the CAC

Provider Continuing Professional Development: Male Trauma 103

When: 03/22/17 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM 03/22/17
Where: Multnomah County Boardroom - 501 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR 97214

Content developers and speakers:

Howard Fradkin, PhD, LICDC-CS has counseled over 1,500 male survivors in individual, couples, group psychotherapy, and weekend workshops over the course of his 33-year career as a psychologist. 

Jim Struve, LCSW has been a practicing social worker since 1976 and is currently in private practice in Salt Lake City. He has worked with males in a variety of clinical settings: child protective services, residential treatment, in-patient hospitals, community agencies, and outpatient private practice. 

Course description:

6 CE hours, NBCC approved, includes 2 hours of Ethics Content

  • Recognize four ethical clinical approaches for managing special issues when engaging in long-term psychotherapy
  • Identify how countertrauma and vicarious traumatization impact therapy and the therapist when working with 
    traumatized males
  • Identify four strategies for managing the inevitable consequences of countertrauma and vicarious traumatization
  • Utilize self-reflection tools to explore how to promote resilience for men and counter resilience for therapists
  • Identify four strategies for addressing relationship and family dysfunction using couples and group psychotherapy

For more information and to register, visit www.trainingforthemind.com.

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