We train your staff, at your location, on your schedule.
Call 314-773-1399 for more info and to book one or more seminars for your group.
Our interactive, evidence-based presentations are interspersed with the presenters’ 25+ years of experience in private practice and teaching. Each presentation is $300. If participants want CEUs there is an additional charge of $10/CEU. The CEUs are approved for social workers and psychologists.
Recognizing Mental Illness teaches you how to recognize the most common mental illnesses, their causes and symptoms. We’ll also provide a thorough overview of resources, available services and how to effectively encourage people to seek help. Depending upon the needs of your organization, we can also include an interactive session on escalation prevention. (Two hours, intended for all professional audiences)
Enhancing Productivity: Master Motivation, Banish Procrastination teaches the psychology of goals and how to create and achieve goals, combined with the psychology of procrastination and how to avoid it. (Three hours, intended for all professional audiences, qualifies for 3.0 CEUs)
The following presentations are three hours, qualify for 3.0 CEUs and are intended for mental health professionals and clinicians:
Managing Difficult and Resistant Behaviors in Clients provides training on productive confrontation and paradoxical interventions to help you better engage with and treat clients.
Building Resilience in Your Clients provides a strengths-based model full of essential information and skill-building activities to help mental health professionals encourage clients to adapt well to life changes, transitions or challenging circumstances.
Treating Phobias and Anxiety in Adults will help you treat these disorders using cognitive behavioral, systematic exposure and relaxation therapies. Through interactive exercises, you will gain confidence in your ability to develop treatment plans and deliver clinical application of these techniques.
Engaging Men in the Therapeutic Process includes clinical examples and will help you understand male conflict in seeking therapy, concepts of masculine gender role stress and normative male alexithymia.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Its Treatment includes diagnostic criteria and symptomology associated with the disorder, different treatment options and therapy skills for these treatments.
Introversion in an Extroverted World explores specific challenges introverts face and helps you develop strategies for maximizing clients’ strengths, both during their work in therapy and in their workplace. Information will also be provided on helping introverts and extroverts better manage their relationships.
About the Presenters
Connie Fisher is the Director of Mental Health Promotion for Mental Health America of Eastern Missouri. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 26 years private practice experience. Connie has presented numerous workshops on a variety of mental health topics including stress management, burnout, compassion fatigue, and resilience. In addition, Connie has 13 years’ experience as an Adjunct Professor teaching a variety of courses on psychology, social work, and human services and is currently teaching a course at Washington University.
Chris Frey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 35 years’ experience as a therapist, educator and author. Chris has presented nationally and regionally on a wide range of topics including, healthy relationships, balancing personal and professional life, stress management, men’s issues and psychosocial cancer care. Chris is the author of four books and several articles including the books, Men at Work: An Action Guide to Masculine Healing and I’m Sorry, It’s Cancer: A Handbook of Help and Hope for Survivors and Caregivers.