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Upcoming events

    • 12 Apr 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 3333 Skypark Dr #200, Torrance, CA 90505
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    The Intersection of Therapy, Religion & Faith

    Presented By: Robyn Kim, LMFT & Minister Dave Kim, JD

    Course Outline:

    California is the most populous state in the nation, with more than 39 million people.   Of that 39 million, 32% are Protestants, 28% Catholic, 3.2% Jewish, 1% Muslim.  Other religions prevalent in California include Buddhism, Shinto, Sikhism, Hinduism, and Taoism that became part of California thanks to the Asian emigrants who constitute a sizeable percentage of the population. California is also home to the 2nd largest number of Mormons after the state of Utah.   At some point in your work as a therapist, you will encounter client’s who bring their religious and spiritual beliefs into the therapeutic process.  Whether or not you consider yourself to be religious or spiritual, it is essential that you be skilled in fostering supportive discussion of how a client’s beliefs inform & guide their therapeutic process.   It is often the case that we serve clients who, as a consequence of loss or trauma, have lost faith in their religious or spiritual beliefs.  They may be disillusioned and feeling lost.  As therapists we have a vital role to play in helping client’s to explore their spiritual beliefs & crises while helping them navigate to a secure foothold to move from.  This training will provide a means for you to explore this important area of inquiry with your clients so that can you can foster their ongoing recovery & growth throughout their therapeutic process.

    Learning Objectives:

    1.         Participants will learn how client’s religious beliefs can inform & intersect with the therapeutic process

    2.         Participants will learn how to recognize & attend to client’s spiritual crisis or loss of faith in the service of fostering improved therapeutic outcomes.

    3.         Participants will expand their awareness of how to include religion / spirituality as a therapeutic intervention.

    Bios: David Kim, JD & Robyn Murakami Kim, M.S., LMFT

    David Kim received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Theory from Stanford University and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law.  Dave is also a Certified Mediator and has served as a Minister full-time for the past 23 years.  Robyn received her Masters of Science in Counseling from Cal State University Long Beach.   Robyn worked as a School Based Therapist working with diverse families in crisis for the nationally recognized mental health treatment agency, Shields For Families.  Robyn has extensive experience working with community-based outreach programs for individuals, couples and families. Robyn has a wealth of experience working clinically with children, couples and families. Her areas of expertise include play therapy, trauma processing, pre-marital counseling and multi-cultural counseling. Robyn has successful private practices in both Torrance & San Pedro, California.

    David and Robyn have led widely diverse congregations of over 400 members in both Hawaii & California. They have worked spiritually & clinically with members who have many different issues of faith and trauma with the goal of helping them to find empowerment and connection in their faith.   David Kim, JD and Robyn Murakami Kim, LMFT were married 23 years ago in Hawaii and have a daughter in college and a son in middle school. 

    Meetings are now FREE for members who pre-register!

    Participants will receive 2 CEUs upon completion of this event.

    The informal networking is not part of the CEU portion of the program. Participants and speakers may remain for questions if they wish or can simply network without any structure. You most certainly may announce that you are willing to stay during that time slot to address any questions. 


    Long Beach - South Bay CAMFT - APPROVAL NUMBER: PCE 3803 Course meets the qualifications for two (2) hours of continuing educationfor LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Refund Policy: With a 24-hour written notice, a full refund will be provided. With less than 24 hours' notice, credit towards attendance at a future education program course will be provided. Target Audience: This educational program is planned for marriage and family therapists, marriage and family therapy interns, social workers, counselors and/or educations psychologist. Special Needs Accommodations: In the event that special needs accommodations are required, please contact Sara Burchfiel at saraburchfielmft@gmail.com indicating your need at least one week prior to the educational program. Awarding Course Completion Certifications: LB-SB CAMFT monitors attendance with sign-in and sign-out sheets and final course evaluations. Once the participate have signed out and provided course evaluations, course completion certificates will be provided. Grievances: The Program Administrator (PA) and Board of Directors (BOD) will handle complaints or grievances and conduct investigations to determine the appropriate resolutions. The BOD and PA will respond within 48 hours of receiving the complaint and will provide timely fall-up to the participant during the course of investigation and resolution. 

    • 14 Jun 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 3333 Skypark Dr #200, Torrance, CA 90505
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    Marketing Your Private Practice Like A Pro!

    This presentation gives therapists detailed, practical ways to market their practice and earn a better income!

    When you’re looking to develop your practice, an essential step is to identify your best referral sources (other therapists, doctors, online, attorneys, etc.). The next step is to develop ways to connect with these referral sources in an ongoing manner. In order to achieve this, it is helpful to have both broad (macro) and specific (micro) marketing approaches to reaching these individuals/profession groups.

    This presentation will equip therapists with a variety of approaches to identify and connect with potential referral sources. Participants will explore the unique aspects of their practice and learn how to effectively present these “benefits”. We will then discuss a ‘menu’ of specific marketing activities for each participant to consider before deciding which to adopt for their practice. 

    Bio:

    Barry Davis, Divorce Mediator (www.DavisMediation.com) specializes in helping clients through the divorce process in the most constructive, cost-effective manner possible. Prior to his career as a divorce mediator, Barry was a highly successful salesperson and marketing manager for two Fortune 500 companies with the following accomplishments:

    • -      # 1 AT&T Account Executive in Los Angeles for two years running
    • -      Youngest person promoted to second level management in the history of AT&T
    • -      Three different MCI national marketing awards

    He holds Masters Degrees in Clinical Psychology and Conflict Management, is an adjunct professor at Azusa Pacific University and serves on the Torrance Family Court and Second Appellate District mediation panels.

    Meetings are now FREE for members who pre-register!




     



    • 12 Jul 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 3333 Skypark Dr #200, Torrance, CA 90505
    Register


    Meetings are now FREE for members who pre-register!

    Our meeting format has changed.  Presentations now will be 90 minute segments.  Here are the changes:

    •         8:30-9:00      Registration
    •      9:00-9:30      Networking
    •      9:30-11:00    Presentation/Educational Program (reduced from 2 hours to 1.5 hours)
    •     11:00-11:30  Informal Networking

    2.0 Continue education units will still be provided. There will be no breaks.



     

    The informal networking is not part of the CEU portion of the program. Participants and speakers may remain for questions if they wish or can simply network without any structure. You most certainly may announce that you are willing to stay during that time slot to address any questions. 



    Long Beach - South Bay CAMFT - APPROVAL NUMBER: PCE 3803 Course meets the qualifications for two (2) hours of continuing educationfor LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Refund Policy: With a 24-hour written notice, a full refund will be provided. With less than 24 hours' notice, credit towards attendance at a future education program course will be provided. Target Audience: This educational program is planned for marriage and family therapists, marriage and family therapy interns, social workers, counselors and/or educations psychologist. Special Needs Accommodations: In the event that special needs accommodations are required, please contact Sara Burchfiel at saraburchfielmft@gmail.com indicating your need at least one week prior to the educational program. Awarding Course Completion Certifications: LB-SB CAMFT monitors attendance with sign-in and sign-out sheets and final course evaluations. Once the participate have signed out and provided course evaluations, course completion certificates will be provided. Grievances: The Program Administrator (PA) and Board of Directors (BOD) will handle complaints or grievances and conduct investigations to determine the appropriate resolutions. The BOD and PA will respond within 48 hours of receiving the complaint and will provide timely fall-up to the participant during the course of investigation and resolution. 

    • 16 Aug 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM (PDT)
    • Torrance
    • 43
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    Law & Ethics 2019: Tough Calls, Moral Dilemmas, Technology, and More!

    Presented by: Ben Caldwell, Psy.D.

    Hosted by: Clear Recovery Center

    Space Limited! Register Today! Lunch will be provided!

    Workshop Description: Our morals and values inevitably influence our work. When we have clear legal and ethical standards to guide us, we defer to those standards. But often, when faced with difficult decisions, our standards offer conflicting guidance, or none at all. This can confuse clients, who wonder whether their therapist will truly understand or support their choices.  Through the use of case examples, this workshop will show how our individual morals and values influence therapy work even when we seek to appear neutral; how to identify your own morals and values relevant to your practice; and why owning those values matters.

    Workshop Goal: Goals for this workshop include (1) Assisting therapists in understanding the role that their own morals and values play in clinical and ethical decision-making; (2) Encouraging therapists to think critically about that role and its implications for therapy; (3) Informing therapists about recent developments in court cases and ethical standards related to the personal values of the therapist; and (4) Encouraging therapists toward transparency with clients about the therapist’s values, in accordance with ethical standards and the therapist’s theoretical orientation.

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this educational presentation, participants will be able to  

    • Identify at least two personal morals and values most relevant to their psychotherapy practice.
    • Differentiate between a personal opinion, a clinical opinion, advice-giving, and imposing personal values.
    • Construct a framework for clinical and ethical decision-making that integrates personal morals and values in a manner that is within professional ethical boundaries and appropriate to their clientele
    • Identify three common frameworks for making value-based decisions
    • Identify at least two implications from court cases involving mental health students’ moral decision making

    Benjamin Caldwell is the author of five books, including Basics of California Law for LMFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs, and Saving Psychotherapy. He serves as adjunct faculty for California State University Northridge. In his role as Chair of the Legislative and Advocacy Committee for the California Division of AAMFT, he was directly involved in California’s first-in-the-nation ban on reparative therapy for minors, and drove the change in title from “intern” to “associate” for prelicensed MFTs and PCCs. For his advocacy work, he was awarded the AAMFT Division Contribution Award in 2013. He maintains a private practice in Los Angeles, specializing in working with couples.



    Long Beach - South Bay CAMFT - APPROVAL NUMBER: 56159

    LBSB CAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT’s, LCSW’s, LEP’s & LPCC’s. LBSB CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.

    Course meets the qualifications for six (6) hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. 

    Refund Policy: With a 24-hour written notice, a full refund will be provided. With less than 24 hours' notice, credit towards attendance at a future education program course will be provided. Target Audience: This educational program is planned for marriage and family therapists, marriage and family therapy associates, social workers, counselors and/or educations psychologist. Special Needs Accommodations: In the event that special needs accommodations are required, please contact Jennifer Birner at jb@jenniferbirner.com indicating your need at least 8 days prior to the educational program. Awarding Course Completion Certifications: LB-SB CAMFT monitors attendance with sign-in and sign-out sheets and final course evaluations. Once the participate have signed out and provided course evaluations, course completion certificates will be provided. Grievances: The Program Administrator (PA) and Board of Directors (BOD) will handle complaints or grievances and conduct investigations to determine the appropriate resolutions. The BOD and PA will respond within 48 hours of receiving the complaint and will provide timely fall-up to the participant during the course of investigation and resolution. 

    • 13 Sep 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • 3333 Skypark Dr #200, Torrance, CA 90505
    Register


    Meetings are now FREE for members who pre-register!

    Our meeting format has changed.  Presentations now will be 90 minute segments.  Here are the changes:

    •         8:30-9:00      Registration
    •      9:00-9:30      Networking
    •      9:30-11:00    Presentation/Educational Program (reduced from 2 hours to 1.5 hours)
    •     11:00-11:30  Informal Networking

    2.0 Continue education units will still be provided. There will be no breaks.



     

    The informal networking is not part of the CEU portion of the program. Participants and speakers may remain for questions if they wish or can simply network without any structure. You most certainly may announce that you are willing to stay during that time slot to address any questions. 



    Long Beach - South Bay CAMFT - APPROVAL NUMBER: PCE 3803 Course meets the qualifications for two (2) hours of continuing educationfor LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and/or LEPs, as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Refund Policy: With a 24-hour written notice, a full refund will be provided. With less than 24 hours' notice, credit towards attendance at a future education program course will be provided. Target Audience: This educational program is planned for marriage and family therapists, marriage and family therapy interns, social workers, counselors and/or educations psychologist. Special Needs Accommodations: In the event that special needs accommodations are required, please contact Sara Burchfiel at saraburchfielmft@gmail.com indicating your need at least one week prior to the educational program. Awarding Course Completion Certifications: LB-SB CAMFT monitors attendance with sign-in and sign-out sheets and final course evaluations. Once the participate have signed out and provided course evaluations, course completion certificates will be provided. Grievances: The Program Administrator (PA) and Board of Directors (BOD) will handle complaints or grievances and conduct investigations to determine the appropriate resolutions. The BOD and PA will respond within 48 hours of receiving the complaint and will provide timely fall-up to the participant during the course of investigation and resolution. 

Past events

8 Mar 2019 Paths To Recovery After Trauma: Integrating CBT, Somatic Work, Neurobiofeedback, Hypnosis, Art, Drama, Micro-Expression, and Reconstructive Therapy - Presented by Psychologist & Author Dr. Carol Francis, LMFT
1 Mar 2019 Therapists' Book Group: Trauma Treatment & Techniques
8 Feb 2019 Creating Mindfulness In Relationships- Presented by Author Melissa Dumaz, LMFT
1 Feb 2019 Therapists' Book Group: "The Body Keeps the Score"
11 Jan 2019 These Sounds are Driving Me Crazy!” CBT/DBT Strategies for Managing Sound Sensitivity Disorders - Presented by Dr. Jaelline Jaffe
4 Jan 2019 Therapists' Book Group: "The Body Keeps the Score"
14 Dec 2018 Holiday Party - Quinn's Pub & Grill
9 Nov 2018 The Collaborative Divorce Process - Presented by Jon Kramer, LCSW, Kimberly Davidson, JD, Dawn Strachan, CDFA, Warren Sacks, CPA
2 Nov 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Far From The Tree" - Exceptional Differences Between Parent and Child
12 Oct 2018 TECH ADDICTION - Complications for Young and Old Presented By: SEAN O’HARA PSY.D, NCAC I, SAP
5 Oct 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Far From The Tree" - Exceptional Differences Between Parent and Child
14 Sep 2018 EMDR: How does it work? Applications with children, adult attachment, and other presenting problems. Presented By: Ofra Obejas, LCSW, RPT and Dr. Nora Taylor, Psy.D.
7 Sep 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Couples, Love and Relationships"
3 Aug 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Couples Counseling Techniques"
13 Jul 2018 Music as Therapy for Non-Music Therapists: Applications and Interventions for the Adult Client Presented by John Mews
6 Jul 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Motivational Interviewing" by W. Miller and S. Rollnick
8 Jun 2018 DIR/Floor Time: A Developmental/Relational Play Therapy for ASD and Sensory Processing Challenges Presented by Dr. Esther Hess, Ph.D.
1 Jun 2018 Therapists' Book Group: "Motivational Interviewing" by W. Miller and S. Rollnick
25 May 2018 Job Fair
11 May 2018 "The Psychotherapist as a Creator of Outcomes!" - All Day Law & Ethics Training with Dave Jensen, JD, MFT
4 May 2018 Book Group: "Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors" by Janina Fisher
13 Apr 2018 Shame and Resilience with Lesli Maul, LCSW
9 Mar 2018 Can A Therapist Ever Retire? Financial Health & Wealth
2 Mar 2018 Book Group: "Trauma and the Soul" by Donald Kalsched
1 Mar 2018 CANCELED - 3000 Hour Club - Resume & Interview Skills Workshop with Katie Vernoy
9 Feb 2018 Engaging Parents: Overcoming Parental Resistance in Child and Family Therapy with Mercedes Samudio, LCSW
3 Feb 2018 3000 Hour Club - FREE MFT Job Panel
12 Jan 2018 Sacrificial Helping Syndrome: Why do we give more than we have? - Katie Vernoy MFT
6 Jan 2018 3000 Hour Club - A Vision Board Party: Dream It, Believe It, Claim It!
5 Jan 2018 LB-SB CAMFT Book Group - "The Mindful Therapist" by Daniel J. Siegel
8 Dec 2017 Holiday Party
8 Dec 2017 Holiday Party 3000 Club
10 Nov 2017 The Empowerment Space: Addressing Bullying with Families - Danielle Matthew, LMFT
13 Oct 2017 Anger Therapy: Harnessing the Power of Strong Emotion
8 Sep 2017 "What Therapists Need to Know about Divorce – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" – Barry Davis Mediation
9 Jun 2017 Family Systems: From Assessment to Transformation
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