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Salsa and CEUs includes Lunch and 3 Ethics Credits + 3 hours of Creating Safety for LGBTQ+ Clients


May 19th 2023 11 am-5 pm. Location is Chimis on 15th Street in Tulsa.  Cost in includes Lunch and 6 CEUs for LPC, LMSW, LCSW, LMFT, BHCM

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11am – 2pm Ethics on the Screen

Ethics on the Screen: An exploration of ethical issues highlighted when psychotherapy is portrayed in media.  We will look at movies, TV shows, and social media.  A fun a comedic way to review ethical standards.

Presenter: Stacey Burgess 

Stacey is the Executive Director of Resolve Behavioral Health Services, and has 18 years of experience working with trauma survivors and educating community members about trauma. Stacey is an adoptive mother of three teenagers and her hobbies are eating, watching TV,  and trying to make people snort laugh.

2pm-5pm Creating Therapeutic Safety for LGBTQ+ Clients 

The LGBTQ+ community has historically faced many barriers to accessing safe and affirming therapeutic services. In a time where many LGBTQ+ clients are experiencing threats to their rights outside of therapy, it is especially important to focus on ethical and safe clinical treatments. This training with review ethical considerations for LGBTQ+ clients including writing letters for gender affirming treatment, minimizing microaggressions in the therapeutic relationship, and utilizing evidence-based affirming interventions. This training welcomes all therapists with any amount of experience working with LGBTQ+ clients. 3  CEU’s available for LCSW, LMSW, LMFT, LPC, and Case Managers.

Presenter: Julia Core, PsyD.

Julia is anEMDR Consultant and is also trained in working with Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples.  She brings humor and a spirit of collaboration into her work.  With a passion for justice and her experience as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, she enjoys working with diverse clientele and LGBTQ+ folks. When not working, Julia loves hiking with her two dogs, camping with her partner, and any other opportunity to get outdoors.  Julia completed her doctoral dissertation on sexual assault and consent at Azusa Pacific University in 2020.