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  • Monday, January 02, 2023 9:14 PM | Estelle Drahon-Servel

    Hi All,

    I am excited to let you know about my new upcoming support group. This is a support group for new mothers who are adjusting to motherhood, are French speakers and would like to build a supportive community in their first language. 

    The group will meet every other week on Monday at noon. I will start online via Zoom and will eventually evolve to in-person if there are enough interested participants.

    This is a great opportunity for your clients who struggles to express their emotions in English. 

    Please let your clients know about this group. For more information and registration: https://www.familytreewellness.org/groups or contact us at hello@familytreewellness.org or give us a call (408)345-5572

    Thank you

  • Monday, January 02, 2023 8:43 PM | Estelle Drahon-Servel

    Hi All,

    My name is Estelle, and I am an AMFT working at Family Tree Wellness.  I wanted to let you know that my Childbirth complications support group will resume January 17 at 6:30 pm.

    This group is open to parents who experienced traumatic or complicated childbirth, or who had their baby in the NICU. The group meets online via Zoom every other weeks. Fees are $10 per meeting.

    Please let your clients know about this group. For more information and registration: https://www.familytreewellness.org/groups or contact us at hello@familytreewellness.org or give us a call (408)345-5572

    Thank you

  • Tuesday, November 29, 2022 1:58 PM | Deborah Licurse

    The Evolve program is a 16-week CBT-based teen depression group designed to treat mild to moderate depression. Teens from 13-19 are welcome to join this group who are struggling with depression. Groups are designed by age (13-15 & 16-19). 

    Please call 408-774-1009 for more information or email us at info@peace-it-together.org

  • Tuesday, November 29, 2022 10:50 AM | Jonathan Frecceri

    Date and Time: Wednesday, 11/30, from 6-8pm

    Location: Lydian Academy Burlingame, 205 Park Road, Burlingame, CA 94010

    Presenter: David Tollner, Esq. (https://specialeducationcounsel.com/)

    Please join us tomorrow evening (Wednesday, 11/30 @ 6pm) for a very special community education event, as we welcome a long trusted colleague and respected Special Education attorney, David Tollner, to Lydian Academy to do a presentation for all parents and families on the ins and outs of the IEP process 

    David brings to his practice his trial experience as a litigator, unique knowledge of the special education process and services, and a formidable passion for supporting children with disabilities.  David has served as Executive Director of Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) and Rebekah Children's Services, and subsequently opened Tollner Law Offices in 2007.  He has built his firm into one of the largest disability law firms in Northern California, serving children and adults with special needs.

    This event is open to all community members, so you do not need to be a current Lydian Academy family to benefit from this event. This is a FREE event and there are still seats available, but please RSVP as soon as possible at the EventBrite link here to secure your spot:

    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/all-you-need-to-know-about-ieps-tickets-468774706767


    More about David Tollner:

    David brings a unique and valuable background to his special education law practice. After thirteen years as a litigator of general business cases that included many trials, arbitrations and mediations, David took on the challenge of serving as Executive Director of Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE), a large special education school and residential program for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Sunnyvale, California. It was at PACE that David learned the language and process of special education, specifically as it relates to autism and its many treatment methodologies. After PACE, David became the Executive Director of Rebekah Children’s Services (RCS) in Gilroy. RCS treats children with mental health disorders, and its special education school for children with emotional disturbance (ED) was among the best in the valley. 

    David is also familiar with a host of non-public schools and other specialized programs and therapists in Northern California. This knowledge has been central to his success as a special education attorney, as it allows him to assist his clients in answering what is often the most difficult question: “What does my child need?”

    David will help you find the right private school for your child (at district expense where appropriate) or assist you in making the district’s school program the best it can be for your child.





  • Friday, November 04, 2022 11:00 AM | Michelle Farris

    This training is now on November 4th

    This is a 90 minute LIVE training on Zoom designed for therapists and coaches to help clients heal their codependency without spending money on another certification. 

    Handouts and limited access to replay available. Sorry no CEUs offered.

    This is perfect for you if...

    • You are a great therapist but feel frustrated when certain issues come up around codependency because that's not your area of expertise.  
    • You are ready to add more tools to your tool belt so when someone asks for help with codependency, you can say yes with confidence.
    • You wonder if you are codependent and realize that you learn best when you can personally relate to the material. 

    Help your clients...

    • Spot the signs of codependency and codependent relationships
    • Learn the therapeutic challenges that arise with codependent clients
    • Identify codependent behavior verses healthy behavior  
    • Help your clients create a well-rounded plan of recovery 
    • Understand how to help your clients heal their codependency 
    Click the link for details. https://counselingrecovery.lpages.co/codependency-class-prof/ 

    Cost $35.

    Michelle Farris, LMFT www.counselingrecovery.com

  • Thursday, November 03, 2022 5:00 PM | Michelle Farris

    Due to a family emergency, this class has been postponed. If you have interested clients - they can sign up for my waitlist here https://counselingrecovery.lpages.co/calming-anger-class/

    This is a 4 week Zoom LIVE class for those wanting help managing anger and other difficult emotions. Additional topics include self-care, setting boundaries, listening and effective communication skills along with nonjudgmental support!

    Your clients will learn how to...

    • manage intense feelings (or let yourself have them) in the moment?
    • stop getting defensive and stay calm?
    • advocate for yourself without feeling bad about it later?
    • know how to walk away (without your partner getting mad)?
    • set boundaries to avoid overwhelm and resentment?

    Dates include November 3rd,10th, 17th and December 1st. E-workbooks are included for each class.  Click here for details https://counselingrecovery.lpages.co/calming-anger-class/

    Michelle Farris, LMFT and anger management specialist

    www.counselingrecovery.com

  • Sunday, September 18, 2022 11:22 AM | Janet Sims


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    Dear Mental Health Professional,

    You are invited to the upcoming Symposium on Gender Affirming Mental Health Care at Santa Clara University on Friday, November 4th, 2022.  This symposium is intended to offer mental health providers in our community valuable information to learn and deepen your understanding of clients who are questioning their gender or who have already transitioned away from the sex they were assigned at birth. As you navigate this complex topic as clinicians, here at the SCU, we want to create access to quality information and education in this area for the professional mental health community.

    The content of the Symposium will range from basic information about Gender Affirming Care to more complex topics such as the possible medical implications and working with family members of gender expansive people.  

    This event is free to attend and there are up to 5.5 Continuing Education hours (CEs) available to licensed clinicians. See the flier attached for more information. 

    This event will be held in person and will be run in accordance with Santa Clara University's Covid-19 protocols for events on campus.

    Registration is open now!

    If you know of any individuals or organizations who would benefit from participating in this symposium, please feel free to forward this email or the attached flier. Thank you again for your commitment in supporting affirming mental health in our diverse communities.

    Sincerely,

    Janet Sims, MA, LMFT   

    Adjunct Lecturer  and Coordinator of LGBTQ+ Emphasis -School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    Guadalupe Hall | Santa Clara University

    Carmina Mendoza, PhD

    Director for Community & Professional Development

    School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    Guadalupe Hall, Santa Clara University

    CPD is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor
    continuing education for psychologists and maintains responsibility for this
    program and its content.  There is no known conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.

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    Invitation to Symposium on Gender Affirming Mental Health Care

    Janet Sims <jsims2@scu.edu>

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    Dr. Ehrensaft-


    I have been working in the field of Gender Affirming Mental Health Care for many years now and following your work through your books, presentations and lectures at conferences.  Thank you for all of your work in this area and I am proud to send you the Invitation to the Symposium on Gender Affirming Mental Health Care at Santa Clara University.  



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    Dear Mental Health Professional,

     

    You are invited to the upcoming Symposium on Gender Affirming Mental Health Care at Santa Clara University on Friday, November 4th, 2022.  This symposium is intended to offer mental health providers in our community valuable information to learn and deepen your understanding of clients who are questioning their gender or who have already transitioned away from the sex they were assigned at birth. As you navigate this complex topic as clinicians, here at the SCU, we want to create access to quality information and education in this area for the professional mental health community.

     

    The content of the Symposium will range from basic information about Gender Affirming Care to more complex topics such as the possible medical implications and working with family members of gender expansive people. 

     

    This event is free to attend and there are up to 5.5 Continuing Education hours (CEs) available to licensed clinicians. See the flier attached for more information. 


    This event will be held in person and will be run in accordance with Santa Clara University's Covid-19 protocols for events on campus.


    Registration is open now!


    If you know of any individuals or organizations who would benefit from participating in this symposium, please feel free to forward this email or the attached flier. Thank you again for your commitment in supporting affirming mental health in our diverse communities.


    Sincerely,

    Janet Sims, MA, LMFT   Carmina Mendoza, Ph.D.

    Adjunct Lecturer                                                                              Director for Community & Professional Development

    Coordinator of LGBTQ+ Emphasis                                                 School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    School of Education and Counseling Psychology Guadalupe Hall | Santa Clara University

    Guadalupe Hall | Santa Clara University

     


    CPD is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor
    continuing education for psychologists and maintains responsibility for this
    program and its content.  There is no known conflict of interest or commercial support for this program.

    -- 

    Janet Sims, MA, LMFT

    Adjunct Lecturer LGBTQ+ Emphasis Coordinator for Counseling Psychology

    School of Education and Counseling Psychology

    Guadalupe Hall/Santa Clara University

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  • Friday, August 19, 2022 7:10 AM | Dan Zuiches

    Group Therapy for Adults 20s-30s

    High-functioning group for clients with a capacity for self-reflection dealing with depression, anxiety, or relationship issues. Virtual. Contact: Dan Zuiches, MBA, Ph.D., CGP (PSY28645) dan@zuiches.com. For more information: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/groups/20s-and-30s-interpersonal-process-group-san-francisco-ca/183800


  • Tuesday, August 02, 2022 11:35 AM | Maureen Johnston

    Being a gender expansive child of any age brings with it a wide range of unique challenges. Many do not know any other kids who don’t fit the gender norms, and this can be a lonely, isolating, and confusing experience. 

    These groups are designed to provide a safe, supportive, fun place for kids to gather with other children who don’t fit our conventional gender definitions. This gives them greater freedom to explore and celebrate their own gender identity.

    Activities are designed to help young children learn more about their relationship with themselves, their own bodies, and with the world around them. Age-appropriate expressive arts, games, books, and discussions will be utilized to facilitate self-understanding, emotional regulation, and social skills development.

    For more info send me an email at mj_therapist@yahoo.com

  • Monday, July 11, 2022 10:58 PM | Karla Amanda Brown

    You are invited to the Summer 2022 Virtual Community Meeting of the Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS). Register today for Untying The Strings of Racism.

    This coming Sunday, July 17th from 1pm - 2:30pm Pacific, NCGPS will host Vincent Malik Dehili, PhD, CGP who will lead us in a discussion about doing away with the one-size-fits-all approach in favor of living and connecting from the fullness of ourselves in group psychotherapy. 

    Save the Dates:
    Aug 19-20, 2022 - 25th Biennial Training Institute
    Conscious and Unconscious Bi
    as in Groups

    September 20, 2022 - 8 Week Series
    Dismantling White Supremacy Within Ourselves: Anti-Racism Accountability Group for White Therapists

    Karla Amanda Brown (she/her), MA, LMFT
    Founder/CEO at Soul Centric Counseling & Soul Centric Collective

    Serving Group & Couple Patients via Telehealth in CA, AZ, FL, UT
    Northern California Group Psychotherapy Society (NCGPS)
    - Director of Membership/Outreach

    AEDP Racialized Trauma Vision Collective
    - Founding Member & Relational Trauma Committee Chair

    Bay Area Community Health Advisory Council (BACHAC)
    - San Mateo County Community Assessment Design & Planning Committee
    Sage Institute Clinical Supervisor
    Northern California Assn of Harm Reduction Therapists & Providers

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