Year-round we offer Make Love Last Online, the online version of the same program we offer in our in-person couple workshops. If you are interested in signing up for this online option, or if you have questions about it, please contact Tomma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Two-Part Professional Counselor NBCC Credit Training: Laws and Intimate Partner Violence in Couples Therapy
October 21, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
This workshop is intended to present the standard laws and ethics specifically as it applies to working with couples. We will outline and discuss potential ethical dilemmas and work to build the skills of critical thinking to work through these dilemmas. This will be followed by an optional add on of identifying and making appropriate clinical decisions when presented with domestic violence risk factors in couples work. In the domestic violence portion of the training we will explore what to look for in assessing for violence, determine the difference between domestic terrorism and an escalated cycle, when to work with the couple and when it’s contraindicated.
Number of CE Hours: 3 for Ethics, 2 for DV, 5 total
Date & Time of Workshop: October 21, 2022. 9am to 12pm for Ethics Training, 1pm to 3pm for Domestic Violence & Couples Therapy
Location: To be determined
Cost: To be determined
Speaker Information: Dana Vince, M.A., LPC-MHSP, Certified EFT Supervisor
Dana Vince. Is the owner and founder of Healing Hearts Counseling. After serving in the United States Army for 4 years, she earned her masters degree in Counseling. It was in Florida in 2006 that she started Healing Hearts Counseling as a solo practitioner. Dana moved to Knoxville in 2010 and began training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. She continued training to master this model of therapy and in 2012 I became a certified EFT supervisor and started training other therapists. She continued to grow her practice and brought on Adam York as a partner in 2020 and they have since grown further into a thriving group practice. Dana continues to engage her passions of counseling couples and teaching and mentoring clinicians. Dana serves as a volunteer on the board of Healthy Connections Knoxville.