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Cultural Humility and working with Trans / Gender-Expansive Clients

Cultural Humility and Working With Transgender and Gender Expansive Clients To register: https://bapti.ticketleap.com/cultural-humility-and-working-with-trans--gender-expansive-clie/ Course Description Transgender and gender-expansive individuals face daily stressors including minority stress, structural oppression, lack of resources, and barriers to obtaining services.  These communities face dramatically higher rates of distress and suicidality,...

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Prior CE Event Recordings

 

Below are prior programs that have been recorded. If you would like to view one of these recordings, please use the donate button below. Once you have purchased the video, a link will be sent to you via email. Please note that no CE credits can be issued for recorded events. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Clift, Program Director at training@bapti.org.

 

Video Recordings

Using Mindfulness in Telehealth with Joree Rose, August 28, 2020 
(2hrs 40mins: 2 hour webinar and 40 minute Q&A)
$20 – prelicensed/$25 – licensed

Due to Covid-19, the face of therapy has changed, and there are a plethora of new challenges for both the client and therapist to overcome, such as increased anxiety, stress and even Zoom-fatigue. Mindfulness offers tools for noticing what is arising, without judgment, and using that awareness to inform our responses, words and actions. Bringing mindfulness into telehealth is a valuable tool for both the deepening of the work, as well as offering various ways to manage the influx of current challenges. Some of the objectives of this talk included: 1. Define mindfulness, and how to use it as a framework to get unstuck from negative reactive cycles. 2. Describe the brain science as it supports a mindfulness practice. 3. Differentiate the three different ways to bring mindfulness into a telehealth session.

Joree Rose, MA, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, mindfulness and meditation teacher, coach, author, speaker, and she also leads mindfulness retreats around the world. Joree has helped thousands of people to live happier and more fulfilling lives through living with greater awareness and compassion, allowing them to decrease their stress, anxiety and shed unhealthy habits, patterns and mindsets. Joree is host of the podcast ‘Journey Forward with Joree Rose’ and has authored 2 mindfulness books, Squirmy Learns to be Mindful and Mindfulness, It’s Elementary, and has been featured in Oprahmag.com, NBCnews.com, Business Insider, KTLA News, and more! To learn more, or work with Joree, visit www.joreerose.com.

The Holidays in the Time of Covid-19 with Peter Carpentieri, LMFT
(Running time: 2 hours. Please note that this video has been edited for online viewing, so certain content — i.e., introductions of attendees– has been deleted)

$15 – prelicensed/$20 – licensed

This experiential seminar will explore how Covid-19 affects therapists and clients in this holiday season, and how therapists might support themselves and each other through this ordinarily difficult time – under these extraordinary circumstances.

The seminar explored available resources, self-care tools and practices, the influence of family dynamics, boundary-setting, somatic and physical well-being as they relate to the holidays, the importance of connection, financial issues, and other topics introduced by the participants and facilitator.

Peter began leading groups in the early 1980’s and has led therapy groups, support groups, somatic awareness groups, trauma resolution groups, substance abuse groups, parent groups, and training groups for professionals on a variety of topics. Peter Graduated from JFK University in 2004 with a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and a specialty in Child and Adolescent Therapy, and was licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 2011. Peter is now in private practice in Berkeley and Oakland, currently working remotely via teleconference only.

Professional Group Training

  • Gestalt Therapy Professional Training Group – Western Michigan University – 1974-1976
  • Structural Family Therapy – Bay Area Family Training Institute – 2007-2008
  • Berkeley Group Therapy Institute – Berkeley, CA – 2012-2013
  • Group Facilitation – Bonita House Residential Treatment Program – 2016-2020

Peter Carpentieri, LMFT #50493
510-463-1150
peterc.mft@gmail.com
Website address: petercmft.wordpress.com

Please visit https://petercmft.wordpress.com/groups to learn more and register for Peter’s other currently available group and workshop offerings, such as:

FREE EXPERIENTIAL WORKSHOP: BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SOMATIC TRAUMA RESOLUTION.
FOR INTERNS, TRAINEES AND FIRST YEAR LICENSEES

SOMATIC THERAPY TRAINING GROUP FOR THERAPISTS AND OTHER PROVIDERS

THERAPY/SUPPORT GROUP FOR ISOLATION, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, AND RELATIONSHIP ISSUES

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SUPPORT AFFORDABLE THERAPY FOR THE COMMUNITY!

The BAPTI Mental Health Equity Fund (MHEF) was established in 2018 by the BAPTI Board of Directors to allow our therapists to provide subsidized services to low-income clients who would otherwise not be able to afford high-quality psychotherapy services. All donations to the MHEF are used to enable BAPTI clinicians to provide limited-term psychotherapy while maintaining BAPTI’s ability to pay our Associates for their time. We encourage members of the community who want to increase access to mental health services to contribute to this fund. Thank you for your support!

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Fundraising

 

SUPPORT AFFORDABLE THERAPY FOR THE COMMUNITY!

The BAPTI Mental Health Equity Fund (MHEF) was established in 2018 by the BAPTI Board of Directors to allow our therapists to provide subsidized services to low-income clients who would otherwise not be able to afford high-quality psychotherapy services. All donations to the MHEF are used to enable BAPTI clinicians to provide limited-term psychotherapy while maintaining BAPTI’s ability to pay our Associates for their time. We encourage members of the community who want to increase access to mental health services to contribute to this fund. Thank you for your support!