On Demand Webinars
The State of Process Addictions in the Counseling ProfessionIncludes Credits
A discussion of mixed-methods research conducted by the IAAOC Process Addictions committee on the current levels of reported self-efficacy for screening, diagnosing, and treating process addictions among professional counselors, counseling students, and counselor educators surveyed will be presented.
Anatomy of Anxiety & Depression and Treatment ApproachesIncludes Credits
This seminar will describe the make-up of anxiety and how our body responds to potential threats. Often time, chronic anxiety or unresolved stressors lead to depression.
The Value of Therapeutic Presence and Mindfulness in CounselingIncludes Credits
The ability to be fully present with the client is a skill that all counselors must develop. We will discuss the role of mindfulness and therapeutic presence in counselor education and development and present data on dispositional mindfulness as a predictor of counseling student interview skills.
Re-Thinking Sexual Addiction: How Does One Reach Out of Control Sexual Behavior and How Does One Treat It?Includes Credits
Sexual Addiction has become major treatment concern during the past decade. Not only are more practitioners diagnosing more individuals with the diagnosis that never made it to the DSM-5, but also, the label has become a major business in the United States.
Unveiling the Curtain of Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (AzBBHE)Includes Credits
This presentation is intended to provide an overview of the Board’s mission, composition and various functions.
Tackling the Opioid Crisis through Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)Includes Credits
This webinar will provide a brief overview of ACT, misconceptions and myths about opioids, and how to treat clients through the principals of acceptance, mindfulness, and value-based actions.
I Don't Do Court: Being Prepared for Court Involved When You Can't Opt OutIncludes Credits
The adversarial nature of a court proceeding seems antithetical to the counseling process - and many counselors seek to avoid court-involved roles.
Email Marketing In Private Practice: Converting Followers into ClientsIncludes Credits
This webinar is focused on the basic concept and practice of email marketing.
Marketing of Professional Counselors: What Do Our Clients Want?Includes Credits
Credentialing is important to the legitimacy of a profession, and to the professional stature of the individuals who practice within that field. However, counselors use different formats to market their qualifications and the result is confusion among consumers.