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2020 WORKSHOP DATES

COVID-19 UPDATE
While this decision has not been an easy one, it is in the best interest of all RTD participants and our local community to postpone the April 2020 workshop. Due to Dallas County’s mandated shelter-in-place ruling, the April 2020 workshop has been postponed until we are able to reschedule it for a later date.
As the situation with Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we will provide further communications regarding the postponed workshop.
We appreciate you hanging in here with us, and look forward to learning and growing together this year. Most of all, we wish everyone and their loved ones safety and the best during this unprecedented time.

April | Momentarily postponed

Trauma Informed Treatment and the Impact Trauma has on the Family System

Emphasis on the Importance of Integrative Care and Family Involvement


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Shara Turner, LPC, MSC
Sabino Recovery
  • Education around the far reaching impact of trauma on the individual.
  • How trauma also impacts the family system.
  • How we treat trauma and trauma induced addictions at Sabino Recovery.
Shara Turner has a unique perspective and skillset; she has spent the last nine years in public health working with individuals dually diagnosed with a variety of substance use and mental health disorders, complex trauma, and extreme environmental and social inadequacies. The challenges faced in this arena have provided her with a strong base of practice in diagnosis, treatment, and case management. The breadth and depth of her experience extend to crisis counseling, to utilization management and coordinator of a level I psychiatric facility. Most recently Shara served as lead therapist and clinical supervisor of an 18-bed residential facility. At the helm, she developed and led an intensive outpatient equine program which proved to markedly decrease recidivism to level I hospitalizations over a six month period. In addition to attaining licensed professional counselor certification, she is certified by Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (Egala) and versed in a variety of therapeutic modalities including DBT, CPT, and CBT. Shara‘s passion lies in stepping away from the stigma of diagnosis and treating the individual, utilizing an integrative and holistic approach.

Lunch From 12pm – 1pm

Sponsored by:

May 1st | 1PM-3PM

The Focus on Therapeutic vs Forensic Roles and Service Options for High Conflict Families


Bradley Craig
LMSW-IPR, CFLE
Robin Watts
LPC

ALL WORKSHOPS WILL BE HELD IN:

Ogden Hall | First United Methodist Church of Richardson
503 North Central Expressway
Richardson, Texas 75080

About RTD

Relational Therapists of Dallas is a professional organization for mental health professionals in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area.

We provide networking and continuing education for clinicians who work with relationships, couples, and family systems.

We are a supportive and inclusive community of LMFT’s, LCSW’s, LPC’s, LCDC’s, PhD’s, PsyD’s, Psychiatrists (MD’s), in/outpatient treatment facilities, and attorneys (JD’s).

Participation

We host almost monthly meetings, with guest speakers, on a wide variety of topics related to relationships, family systems, and mental health.

Meetings occur in February, March, April, May, September, October, and November. They generally occur the first Friday of the month, from 1-3pm.

Prior to each meeting, we host a networking lunch at noon (12pm), hosted by a treatment facility who presents for 10 minutes at the end of the lunch.

By attending all meetings, CEU requirements for most master’s level mental health licensures are completed.

February’s topic is always ethics and lasts 3 hours (1-4pm) to meet CEU requirements for most mental health disciplines. In January, we host a supervisor refresher course which lasts 3 hours and is not included in “participation”. Additionally, we host a holiday party at the end of the year.

These fees are ALL INCLUSIVE, this includes all workshops.

Licensed Professionals: LMFT’s, LPCs, LCSW’s, LCDC’s, PhD’s, MD’s, JD’s, and treatment representatives from in/outpatient facilities. This includes interns and associate licenses.

These fees include all workshops EXCEPT the January Supervision workshop.

Licensed Professionals: LMFT’s, LPCs, LCSW’s, LCDC’s, PhD’s, MD’s, JD’s, and treatment representatives from in/outpatient facilities. This includes interns and associate licenses.

These fees include all workshops, but does NOT include the Supervision or Ethics workshops.

If you pay these fees and want to attend the Supervision and/or Ethics workshop – you will have to pay those workshop fees separately.

Licensed Professionals: LMFT’s, LPCs, LCSW’s, LCDC’s, PhD’s, MD’s, JD’s, and treatment representatives from in/outpatient facilities. This includes interns and associate licenses.

$125 – Pay Here

These fees include all workshops, but does NOT include the Supervision or Ethics workshops.

Students currently enrolled in Graduate School for a mental health discipline with valid Student ID.

$100 – Pay Here

Contact

Relational Therapists of Dallas, 2018