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    • April 22, 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • zoom
    Register

    Please join us for this free event on Monday April 22 from 6:00 to 7:30 on Zoom! 






    Navigating Levels of Care

    Hosted by Evan McGee, Advanced Treatment Placement Specialist® with Acadia Healthcare

    Monday, April 22, 2024
    6:00-6:45pm: Interactive Presentation
    6:45pm-7:30pm: Discussion, Q&A

    Join us for an interactive discussion led by Evan McGee, Advanced Treatment Placement Specialist at Acadia Healthcare. This presentation will discuss factors for clinicians to consider when making treatment planning decisions to refer a client to a higher level of care. It will explore levels of support for mental health diagnoses, as well as special considerations for eating disorder and substance use disorder clients. It will also explore specialty residential programs in the Acadia Healthcare portfolio.

    About Our Speaker: Evan works as an Advanced Treatment Placement

    Specialist for Acadia Healthcare covering Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. He has spent the last thirteen years in the behavioral health field working in various capacities at inpatient psychiatric, residential and community behavioral health settings. His core motivation is to use his professional abilities and experience to empower individuals seeking to improve their lives. He is guided by kindness, enthusiasm, and purpose to increase mental health awareness, reduce stigma, and ensure delivery of the highest quality of care possible. As a Treatment Placement Specialist, he helps clinicians, individuals, families and supports involved in navigating the behavioral healthcare system with an emphasis on education, autonomy and motivation to help best position clients for success.

    Evan McGee

    Evan.McGee@AcadiaHealthcare.com

    Direct: 617 507 9079


    Monday April 21 from 6:00 - 7:30pm on Zoom 

    Disclosures: This is a free event offered by the Treatment Placement Specialists® team at Acadia Healthcare. As a Treatment Placement Specialist, Evan works alongside behavioral healthcare professionals to guide clients to the most appropriate inpatient, outpatient, residential and step down programming based on clinical need. His services come at no cost to patients, their loved ones or behavioral healthcare professionals.

    Rather than representing a specific program or group of programs, he works on behalf of the client, advocating for their personal, financial and spiritual needs, and offering tailored treatment guidance in response. Referrals will always be in the best interest of each client, whether that be with an Acadia Healthcare facility or with another program or resource outside of Acadia’s formal network.


    • April 24, 2024
    • June 01, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • Zoom
    • 26
    Register

    We are happy to announce our first round of Peer Consultation Groups for PPC members!

    Peer consultation is a vital part of clinical practice. It provides opportunity for increased self reflection, validation and support through navigating complex clinical situations. Engaging in peer consultation groups has been shown to improve therapeutic effectiveness and greatly reduce the risk of isolation and burn out while increasing connections with a community of practitioners.  

    The PPC’s Inaugural Peer Consultation Group with Clinical Focus on Adults will provide a collaborative forum where professionals can come together to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices related to adult mental health/intervention. It's an opportunity to engage in enriching discussions, gain alternative perspectives, and strengthen your skill set. 

    These groups are free and open to members only.  Members can attend individual group dates or multiple offerings.  Space is limited,  please only register for a group date if you are able to attend. Please see the Group Member agreements listed after the leadership bio. 

    Dates Peer Consultation Group with Clinical Focus on Adults: 

    Thursday March 21, 2- 3:30 pm (Thank you to those who attended!)

    Wednesday April 24, 6- 7:30 pm 

    Saturday June 1, 2- 3:30 

    About the Peer Consultation Group Leader: 

    Cathy Elliott, LMHC: 

    I have been in the counseling and social service field for 35 years with experience in a variety of clinical settings working with a diverse range of populations. I began my career working in Gloucester, MA working in a community mental health setting (with Jim Lipski!) in the 1990’s where I worked in the psychiatric day treatment center with a dually diagnosed adult population. I also worked in the counseling center in that system doing psychotherapy with adults and adolescents. I worked with Jim doing emergency services and outreach and I did some inpatient work. Later I moved into doing administrative work where I ran a team of social workers in Cambridge dedicated to helping adults who suffer with mental illnesses and homelessness to find them housing and services. After a few years (and two children later), I returned to the day treatment program where I started my career and became the director there for many years. This is where I honed my love for clinical supervision and case consultations. When that program closed, I returned to doing outpatient counseling in a group practice in Beverly while I started my own private practice. I have been working, primarily with adults in private practice since 2005, going full-time in my practice in 2010. I have specialized experience in working with people who struggle with addictions, eating disorders, mood disorders, relationship conflicts, personality disorders and trauma. I utilize a self-psychology model of the psychodynamic therapeutic approach to the work, and I have experience in working with CBT, DBT and other modalities. I offer individual, couples, group and family counseling with ages from 12-75.

    Group Member Agreements: 

    As participants in our PPC Consultation Groups, we understand and agree to uphold the utmost confidentiality to ensure a safe and supportive environment for all members. Confidentiality is crucial in fostering trust, respect, and openness within the group.

    Guidelines:

    1. Respect for Privacy: We recognize that all information shared within the group, including discussions, case presentations, and personal experiences, is strictly confidential. This extends to any identifying details that could potentially reveal the identity of clients or colleagues.
    2. Non-Disclosure: Members agree not to disclose any information shared within the group to individuals outside of the group without explicit consent from the individual who provided the information. This includes refraining from discussing specific cases or personal anecdotes in any form of communication, including but not limited to verbal discussions, written notes, electronic messages, or social media.
    3. Professional Integrity: We commit to maintaining the highest standards of professional integrity and ethical conduct in all interactions within the group. This includes refraining from sharing information that could potentially harm clients, colleagues, or the reputation of the group.
    4. Boundaries: Members agree to respect personal boundaries and to refrain from pressuring others to disclose information they are not comfortable sharing. We understand that each member has the right to control the extent of their participation and disclosure within the group.
    5. Reporting Concerns: If a member has concerns about a breach of confidentiality or ethical misconduct within the group, they are encouraged to bring it to the attention of the group facilitator(s) or designated authority promptly and discreetly.

    By participating in the PPC Consultation Groups, we acknowledge our commitment to maintaining confidentiality and professional development. 

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    Spring 2024 Peer consultation group leaders are compensated for their time and expertise by the PPC as a member benefit. 

    Please contact ppcSalem@gmail.com with any questions or concerns. 

    • April 26, 2024
    • May 24, 2024
    • 2 sessions
    • Zoom
    • 30
    Register

    We are happy to announce our first round of Peer Consultation Groups for PPC members!

    The PPC’s Inaugural Child & Family Peer Consultation Group will provide a collaborative forum where professionals can come together to share knowledge, experiences, and best practices related to child and family mental health/intervention. It's an opportunity to engage in enriching discussions, gain alternative perspectives, and strengthen your skill set.  The group will integrate clinical topics such as Attachment Theory, Bowenian Family Therapy, Brief Systemic Family Therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving, and other themes identified by the group.  We will also allocate time for 1-2 clinical presentations each group based on William Madsen’s presentation format. (An outline of this format will be sent to attendees) 

    These groups are free and open to members only.  Members can attend individual group dates or multiple offerings.  Space is limited,  please only register for a group date if you are able to attend. Please see the Group Member agreements listed after the leadership bio. 

    Dates for Peer Consultation Group with Clinical Focus on Children and Families: 

    Friday March 29, 12- 1:30 pm

    Friday April 26, 12- 1:30 pm 

    Friday May 24, 12- 1:30 


    About the Peer Consultation Group Leader: 

    Matthew G. Doyle, LICSW; Founding Director and Owner of Castle Hill Counseling & Consulting, Inc., brings over 25 years of experience in the mental health and education fields; working with individual children, adolescents, and families directly, and in a diverse range of program start-up, community, and organizational leadership roles. Matthew provides extensive training on home-based intervention, family therapy, attachment, trauma-informed intervention, and school avoidance/anxiety in addition to his Adjunct Faculty teaching role at a local Master’s in Social Work graduate school program. Matthew was featured in the Boston Globe* in 2017 and interviewed on National Public Radio** in 2017 and 2021. 

    *Boston Globe link: When Anxiety Keeps Kids From School

    **NPR link: Conversation about School Refusal 

    **WGBH link: How to help anxious kids return to school after a year at home

    Group Member Agreements: 

    As participants in our PPC Child & Family Consultation Groups, we understand and agree to uphold the utmost confidentiality to ensure a safe and supportive environment for all members. Confidentiality is crucial in fostering trust, respect, and openness within the group.

    Guidelines:

    1. Respect for Privacy: We recognize that all information shared within the group, including discussions, case presentations, and personal experiences, is strictly confidential. This extends to any identifying details that could potentially reveal the identity of clients or colleagues.
    2. Non-Disclosure: Members agree not to disclose any information shared within the group to individuals outside of the group without explicit consent from the individual who provided the information. This includes refraining from discussing specific cases or personal anecdotes in any form of communication, including but not limited to verbal discussions, written notes, electronic messages, or social media.
    3. Professional Integrity: We commit to maintaining the highest standards of professional integrity and ethical conduct in all interactions within the group. This includes refraining from sharing information that could potentially harm clients, colleagues, or the reputation of the group.
    4. Boundaries: Members agree to respect personal boundaries and to refrain from pressuring others to disclose information they are not comfortable sharing. We understand that each member has the right to control the extent of their participation and disclosure within the group.
    5. Reporting Concerns: If a member has concerns about a breach of confidentiality or ethical misconduct within the group, they are encouraged to bring it to the attention of the group facilitator(s) or designated authority promptly and discreetly.

    By participating in the PPC Child & Family Consultation Groups, we acknowledge our commitment to maintaining confidentiality and professional development. 

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    Spring 2024 Peer consultation group leaders are compensated for their time and expertise by the PPC as a member benefit. 

    Please contact ppcSalem@gmail.com with any questions or concerns. 


    • April 26, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Ned Devine's Irish Pub, Faneuil Hall Marketplace; 1 N Market Street Boston MA 02109
    Register

    Please Join us at Ned Devine's in Faneuil Hall on Friday April 26 from 4:30 to 6:30 for social and networking time with other clinicians!

    Our membership has grown far outside the North Shore area and at the request of members, we are excited to host our first Boston Networking event!


    A primary aspect of the PPC mission is to support community and connections between clinicians in private practice. Get to know other clinicians better and make new connections. Bring a fellow clinician who is not a member!

    Get to know our new Executive Director- Carla Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST: 

    Carla will be joining all 4 of the Networking events this Spring to get to know more members, hear your feedback, and talk about the work the Board is doing to meet the needs of a growing membership with over 550 clinicians! 

    PPC pays for hors d'oeuvres and there is a cash bar. Give it a try! Please register in advance so we can know how many to expect.

    Check the website for our other Spring Networking locations and dates!

    We hope to see you there!

    - PPC Board of Directors 


    • May 03, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Mission Oak Grill, 26 Green St., Newburyport, MA
    Register

    Please Join us at in Newburyport on Friday May 3 at Mission Oak Grill from 4:30 to 6:30 for social and networking time with other clinicians!

    We are working on a location and will update this event soon!


    A primary aspect of the PPC mission is to support community and connections between clinicians in private practice. Get to know other clinicians better and make new connections. Bring a fellow clinician who is not a member!

    Get to know our new Executive Director- Carla Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST: 

    Carla will be joining all 4 of the Networking events this Spring to get to know more members, hear your feedback, and talk about the work the Board is doing to meet the needs of a growing membership with over 550 clinicians! 

    PPC pays for hors d'oeuvres and there is a cash bar. Give it a try! Please register in advance so we can know how many to expect.

    Check the website for our other Spring Networking locations and dates!

    We hope to see you there!

    - PPC Board of Directors 

    • May 10, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Moonstone 11, 185 Chelmsford Street, Chelmsford MA
    Register

    Please Join us at Moonstone 110 in Chelmsford on Friday May 10 from 4:30 to 6:30 for social and networking time with other clinicians!



    A primary aspect of the PPC mission is to support community and connections between clinicians in private practice. Get to know other clinicians better and make new connections. Bring a fellow clinician who is not a member!

    Get to know our new Executive Director- Carla Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST: 

    Carla will be joining all 4 of the Networking events this Spring to get to know more members, hear your feedback, and talk about the work the Board is doing to meet the needs of a growing membership with over 550 clinicians! 

    PPC pays for hors d'oeuvres and there is a cash bar. Give it a try! Please register in advance so we can know how many to expect.

    Check the website for our other Spring Networking locations and dates!

    We hope to see you there! 

    - PPC Board of Directors 


    • May 17, 2024
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Rivalry Sports Bar and Kitchen, 221 Washington St. Salem, MA 01970
    Register


    Please Join us at Rivalry Sports Bar and Kitchen on Friday May 17 from 4:30 to 6:30 for social and networking time with other clinicians!


    A primary aspect of the PPC mission is to support community and connections between clinicians in private practice. Get to know other clinicians better and make new connections. Bring a fellow clinician who is not a member!

    Get to know our new Executive Director- Carla Rosinski, PhD, LMHC, CST: 

    Carla will be joining all 4 of the Networking events this Spring to get to know more members, hear your feedback, and talk about the work the Board is doing to meet the needs of a growing membership with over 550 clinicians! 

    PPC pays for hors d'oeuvres and there is a cash bar. Give it a try! Please register in advance so we can know how many to expect.

    Check the website for our other Spring Networking locations and dates!

    We hope to see you there!

    - PPC Board of Directors 


    • May 31, 2024
    • 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Danversport Yacht Club
    Register

    Join us for our May 31 CE Event at The Danversport Yacht Club; 9 am to 12 noon!

    Facilitating Healing in the Traumatized Individual:

    Safety and Stabilization Work with Adults, Angela Belleville, LMHC


    Members $90 Nonmembers $140

    Breakfast, tea and coffee is included with registration fee

    Program description: 

    This course is intended for clinicians looking to enhance or refresh their knowledge of trauma-informed approach and best practices when working with adults with PTSD. This workshop will explore the impact of trauma and various elements that can hinder or help facilitate healing and recovery. Areas explored will include the role of the therapeutic relationship, clinician competence areas, boundaries and attachment, screening tools, safety and treatment planning, psychoeducation, and various “Bottom-up” and “Top-Down” trauma-informed clinical strategies that support healing and resilience. Considerations for complex trauma and Complex PTSD will be explored at the end of the workshop along with a review of the main components of “Gold Standard” Treatments for PTSD.

    Learning Objectives: 

    • Participants will learn to identify and assess trauma related symptoms
    • Participants will conceptualize therapeutic needs and phases of recovery
    • Participants will enhance understanding of trauma-informed clinical strategies to facilitate safety and stabilization in trauma survivors.
    • Participants will familiarize themselves with the “Gold Standard” Treatments for Trauma and PTSD including each treatment's key components.


    Instructor Bio: 

    Angela L. Belleville, a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC), is alumni of Northeastern University and the owner of Bella Health which offers an array of gold standard evidence-based PTSD treatments as well as supervision, consultation and training services for providers and the community. Ms. Belleville has over two decades of rich and wide-ranging experience in behavioral health which has included inpatient psychiatric trauma care, DBT day treatment, clinical consulting, community-based wraparound supervision and management, program development, community fundraising for domestic violence awareness and extensive time as a trainer for academic institutions like Boston College and University and Albany SUNY, the police, corporate wellness and more.

    In addition to her extensive experience as a trainer and consultant Ms Belleville is a provider-status Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) clinician, certified in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), train-the-trainer status in CBT for PTSD, and proficient in Prolonged Exposure (PE), Written Exposure Therapy and other forms of trauma treatment.

    AGENDA

    Registration and Breakfast will begin at 8:30a 

    Full Breakfast & coffee/tea included in registration 

    9a- Introduction

        ● What is trauma?

            ○ A 15 minute Crash Course in PTSD and the Stress Response System ○ Recovery v. Non-Recovery

        ● Screening Tools

        ● The Therapeutic Relationship

        ● Managing Risk and Safety Issues

        ● Using Psychoeducation Effectively

    1030a- 15 min break

    1045-12p

        ● Establishing Calm

            ○ Bottom-Up Strategies

            ○ Top-Down Strategies

        ● Overview of Gold-Standard Treatments

        ● Wrap up / Questions

    The PPC Annual Meeting will be held after this CE event at the same location. Registration for the Annual Meeting is located on the events page of the website. 

    Please contact ppcsalem@gmail.com with any questions 

    This presentation is suitable for a beginning level and above in the subject matter.

    Accessibility: This event is being held at Danversport Yacht Club and is wheelchair accessible. Please contact ppcsalem@gmail.com for any accommodation requests or needs

    This program is cosponsored by CE Learning Systems. Please see approvals and procedures below: 

    CE Approvals and Polices 


    American Psychological Association

    CE Learning Systems, LLC is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CE Learning Systems maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

    New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work

    CE Learning Systems SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0060.

    New York Education Department for Licensed Mental Health Counselors

    CE Learning Systems, LLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors. #MHC-0072.

    New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology

    CE Learning Systems dba CE-Credit.com & AddictionCounselorCE.com is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0016.

    New York State Education Department's State Board for Marriage and Family Therapy

    CE Learning Systems dba CE-Credit.com & AddictionCounselorCE.com is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Marriage and Family Therapy as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists #MFT-0045.

    CE PROCESS INFO

    Each professional is responsible for the individual requirements as stipulated by their licensing agency. Please contact your individual licensing board/regulatory agency to review continuing education requirements for licensure renewal. Please note: You must attend "live" (in real-time) for the duration of the training to earn CE credits.

    After the event, you will receive access to your evaluation and continuing education certificate via a personalized "attendee dashboard" link, hosted on the CE-Go website. This link will be sent to the email account you used to register for the event.

    Upon accessing the CE-Go "attendee dashboard", you will be able to:

    • Complete evaluation forms for the event
    • Download your continuing education certificate in a PDF format

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding the CE-Go platform, please contact CE-Go at 888-498-5578 or by email at support@ce-go.com Please Note: Emails for this event will come from "support@ce-go.com".

    If you have any continuing education related questions, please contact your event organizer at ppcsalem@gmail.com

    Please make sure to check your spam/junk folder in case those emails get "stuck". We'd also suggest "Allowlisting" support@ce-go.com. This tells your email client that you know this sender and trust them, which will keep emails from this contact at the top of your inbox and out of the junk folder.

    DISCLOSURE OF RELEVANT FINANCIAL RELATIONSHIPS

    CE Learning Systems adheres to the ACCME’s Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Medical Education. Any individuals in a position to control the content of a CE activity ― including faculty, planners, reviewers, or others ― are required to disclose all relevant financial relationships with ineligible entities (formerly known as commercial interests).

    The following relevant financial relationships have been disclosed by this activity’s planners, faculty, and the reviewer:

    PLANNERS AND REVIEWER
    The planners of this activity have reported that they have no relevant financial relationships.

    INSTRUCTOR
    The instructor of this activity have reported that they have no relevant financial relationships.

    • May 31, 2024
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott St, Danvers MA 01923
    Register


    Please join us for The 2024 PPC Annual Meeting!

    We will be meeting in person at the Danversport Yacht Club on

    Friday May 31 from 1 to 2:30 



    It has been a big year for the PPC! Join us for our annual meeting to hear a brief presentation from the Board on our progress this year followed by an open discussion regarding PPC's future.  We hope to get your thoughts and input! 

    Lunch, tea and coffee will be served. 

    Please register if you plan to attend so we know how many to expect. 

    **Please note**

    There is a morning CE event prior to the afternoon annual meeting at the same venue. You must register for the CE separately. 

    If you would like to attend the CE event please register HERE or go to the event page of the PPC website 

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    - PPC Board of Directors and Carla Rosinski, PhD Executive Director


    • June 03, 2024
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Zoom
    Register

    Please join us for our quarterly chat with Kathleen the Biller on Monday June 3th from 7-8pm on zoom. 


    Kathleen Southern, who owns & operates KAS Billing Service at the Cummings Center in Beverly,  will be available to answer billing questions that members have regarding their own practices on Monday, March 4th from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

    Your questions can be more general or procedural or pertinent to a particular problem with a particular client. Of course, the limits of confidentiality will apply. PPC is making this service available due to members expressed appreciation. If you want to attend, please register and you will then receive the Zoom invite in a registration confirmation email.

    We're looking forward to seeing you,

    PPC Board


Past events

March 22, 2024 Couples and Relationship Therapy: What are we really doing here? With Carita Anderson, PhD; Approved for 3 CEs
March 04, 2024 Chat with Kathleen, the Biller: Mon March 4; 7-8pm on Zoom
February 13, 2024 Gender Affirming Care and Referral Letter Writing with Meg McGrath, LICSW; Applied for 1.5 CEs
January 26, 2024 Psychedelics: A Critical Look at the Past, Present and Future of Psychedelic Assisted Therapies with Zachary Sager, MD; Approved for 3 CE's
December 15, 2023 Jim's Retirement and Winter Celebration!
December 13, 2023 Chat with Kathleen, the Biller
November 10, 2023 Therapist as Mourner; Therapist as Author with Maureen Callahan Smith LICSW: 3 CEs Approved
November 06, 2023 Executive Function Coaching with Clarity Brain Wellness
October 27, 2023 Newburyport/ Northern Essex County In-Person Social Encounter
October 20, 2023 PPC Middlesex County Area In-Person Social Event
September 27, 2023 Intro to Authentic Movement Therapy for Deep Healing: Second Offering Lakshmi Sirois, MA, LMHC, BC-DMT, KRIC
September 25, 2023 Chat with Kathleen, the Biller
September 22, 2023 PPC Salem Area In-Person Networking Event
September 15, 2023 Cannabis and Cannabinoids in 2023 Kevin Hill, MD Approved for 3 CEs
June 26, 2023 Clinical Note Writing in Complex Cases of Domestic Violence
June 16, 2023 PPC's Annual Meeting
June 05, 2023 Chat with Kathleen, the Biller
June 02, 2023 Practical Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Skills for Individual Therapy; Renee Hoekstra, Psy.D, 3 CEs Approved
May 22, 2023 Acupuncture & Mental Health
April 21, 2023 "Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle", Carla Rosinski, PhD Discussion Leader; 3 CEs Approved
April 14, 2023 Merit Badges for Healers: A Self-Care Workshop for Therapists
February 24, 2023 Microaggressions and Repair: CPR for Racial Harm, Lexx Brown-James, PhD, LMFT, CSE, CSES 3 CEs Approved
January 24, 2023 Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center Training in Domestic Violence, 3 CEs Approved
December 09, 2022 Healing from the Get Go: An Introduction to AEDP Ethan Seidman, PhD 3 CEs Approved
October 14, 2022 Middlesex County In-Person Social Encounter
October 14, 2022 Newburyport/ Northern Essex County In-Person Social Encounter
September 30, 2022 Salem In-Person Social Encounter
September 16, 2022 Introduction to Integrative Nutrition and Culinary Medicine for Mental Health Leslie Korn, PhD, MPH, LMHC 3 CEs Approved for all MH Disciplines except Psychiatry
June 10, 2022 PPC Annual Meeting
May 13, 2022 Depolarizing Therapeutic Presence: Utilizing Concepts of the Experiential Democracy Dialogue to Help Therapists Reduce Polarization With Clients Kirk Schneider PhD 3 CEs Approved
March 18, 2022 Fantasy, Porn and “Sex Addiction” in Relationships Paula Moebus Leech, LMFT, CST, CSTS 3 CEs Approved for All MH Disciplines except Psychiatry
March 07, 2022 LLC vs. Liability Only
January 14, 2022 PPC Zoom Networking Event
December 10, 2021 Affirming Clinical Practices and Procedures, Sean Lare, LCSW-C Transgender Training Institute; 3 CEs Approved
November 12, 2021 PPC Zoom Networking Event
October 08, 2021 PPC In Person Networking Event for Middlesex Area
October 08, 2021 PPC In Person Networking Event for Northern Essex County Area
October 01, 2021 PPC In Person Networking Event for Salem Area
September 17, 2021 Depth Therapies in Our Quick-Fix Times: What Does the Evidence Say and What Do People Want, Linda Michaels, PsyD, MBA 3 CEs for Psychologists & Social Workers
June 28, 2021 Thinking About Heading Back to the Office?
June 11, 2021 Annual Meeting: Come Zoom with the Board
May 21, 2021 The Short-Comings of Trauma-Informed Care in the Treatment of Women’s Sexual Trauma, Cassie McCarthy LICSW, MBA Applied for 3 CEs
April 23, 2021 The Black Girls' Guide to Getting Rid of Sexual Shame: Practices for Practitioners Dr. Lexx Brown-James, Applied for 3 CEs
March 26, 2021 Uses and Misuses of Therapist Self-disclosure in a Time of Collective Upheaval, Grief, and Loss Dr. Janine Roberts, Applied for 3 CEs
March 12, 2021 PPC Networking Meeting on Zoom: The Balancing Act
February 26, 2021 Deconstructing Whiteness: Anti-Racism for Clinicians, Carlton Perry
January 22, 2021 Shining A New Light on 2021
December 11, 2020 It's the most wonderful time of the year, except for COVID
October 02, 2020 PPC Networking Event
September 26, 2020 The Long Haul of Teletherapy in a Pandemic: Making it Work, Gillian Isaacs Russell, Ph.D., Todd Essig, Ph. D., 3 CEs offered
September 18, 2020 Northern Essex County Networking Event
September 18, 2020 Middlesex County Networking Event
July 30, 2020 Annual Meeting: Come Zoom with the Board
June 05, 2020 Transgender 101 Sarah Whedon, PhD 3.0 CEs Zoom
April 17, 2020 Zoom Meeting To Process Our Clinical & Administrative Challenges Due to Covid 19
April 08, 2020 Zoom Meeting To Process Our Clinical & Administrative Challenges Due to Covid 19
March 27, 2020 Competing Perspectives on Evidence-Based Treatment Stephen Soldz, PhD 3.0 CEs offered
February 07, 2020 A Deeper Dive Into Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Deborah Curtis, LICSW & Naomi Rather, LCMHC 3 CEs Offered
January 10, 2020 In the Shadow of the Net: Understanding, Preventing & Treating Problematic Use of Technology, Ozgur Akbas, LMFT
October 18, 2019 Middlesex County Networking Event
October 04, 2019 Cannabis: Science, Policy and Practice Kevin Hill, MD 6 CEs
September 27, 2019 Friday After Work Networking Event
June 21, 2019 Middlesex County Networking Event
June 07, 2019 Friday After Work Networking Event
May 21, 2019 Annual Meeting: Come Talk with the Board
May 03, 2019 Newburyport/Northern Essex County Networking Evening
April 26, 2019 Anatomy of Litigation: Malpractice vs Licensing Board Matters (and how to avoid them) Jennifer Boyd Herlihy, Attorney 3 CEs
March 15, 2019 DREAMING OUR WAY BACK HOME: USING DREAMWORK FOR HEALING & GROWTH LINDA YAEL SCHILLER, LICSW 3 CEs OFFERED
February 08, 2019 INTRODUCTION TO EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED COUPLE'S THERAPY DEBORAH CURTIS, LICSW & NAOMI RATHER, PhD 3 CEs OFFERED
January 25, 2019 PUTTING THE CHILD BACK IN CHILDHOOD JEANINE K. FITZGERALD, MA 3 CEs
November 09, 2018 ADHD AND COUPLES: MOVING FROM BLAME TO ACCEPTANCE, SUE HALLOWELL, LICSW 3 CEs OFFERED
October 19, 2018 MIDDLESEX COUNTY FRIDAY AFTER WORK NETWORKING EVENT
October 05, 2018 HOARDING DISORDER TREATMENT IN THE PRIVATE PRACTICE OFFICE AND BEYOND, PATTY UNDERWOOD, LICSW 3 CEs OFFERED
September 28, 2018 FRIDAY AFTER WORK GATHERING IN SALEM
September 18, 2018 Northern Essex County Networking Evening
September 14, 2018 DEALING WITH THE IMPOSSIBLE: FAMILY ALIENATION, EVAN LONGIN, EdD 3CEs offered
June 01, 2018 What Neuropsychology Can Add to Mental Health Services Robert Sedgwick, EdD
May 11, 2018 PPC Annual Meeting
May 11, 2018 What Neuropsychology Can Add to Mental Health Services Robert Sedgwick, EdD
April 27, 2018 Friday After Work Gathering
March 09, 2018 The Politics of Helping: Distinguishing Narrative and Normative World-Views Stephen Gaddis, PhD, LMFT
March 06, 2018 Introduction To Neurofeedback David Helfand, PsyD, BCN
February 09, 2018 Update in Medication Management: Review for Therapists Liz Alfson, MD
January 12, 2018 Misery or Mastery: Documenting Medical Necessity Beth Rontal, LICSW
November 10, 2017 Introduction To Neurofeedback David Helfand, PsyD, BCN
October 13, 2017 Friday After Work Gathering
September 15, 2017 Refueling Your Creative Self, Christine Routhier, MA, LMHC, MT-BC & Marina Strauss, MA, LMHC
August 11, 2017 Salem (Circulating) Practice Circle
June 17, 2017 Essential Oils 101
June 16, 2017 After Work Gathering for Middlesex County Members
June 16, 2017 PPC Annual Meeting
June 09, 2017 Salem Practice Circle
May 12, 2017 Social Justice Matters!: The Liberation Health Framework for Mental Health Practice, Dawn Belkin Martinez, PhD, LICSW
April 28, 2017 Friday After Work Gathering
April 14, 2017 Pop Up Brown Bag Event North Reading Friday
April 07, 2017 Pop Up Brown Bag Event Salem
March 10, 2017 Pop Up Brown Bag Event Salem
March 10, 2017 Pop Up Brown Bag Event Stoneham Friday March 10, 10:00 to 11:30
March 05, 2017 Theory To Practice: Incorporating Telemental Health Into Your Psychotherapy Practice Jennifer Tsappis, MSW, LICSW
February 10, 2017 Insurance and Investments for Psychotherapists
January 13, 2017 Lyme Disease: The Hidden Epidemic
December 07, 2016 Health Care in the Commonwealth: Now and Looking Ahead

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PO  Box 281

Swampscott, MA 01907

Email: ppcsalem@gmail.com

Phone: 978.224.8080