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New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.

New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.
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United States

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New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.

Twitter:

@ALL_CEUS

Language:

English

Contact:

800-892-0816


Episodes

333 -Meditation Techniques for Reducing Distress and Improving Health and Happiness

11/10/2018
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Meditation has been shown to help people cultivate happy feelings. Meditation can tame monkey mind and improve concentration and clarity. Meditation can reduce blood pressure and improve sleep. There are a variety of different types of meditation, it is important for people to find one that “fits” for them.

332 -Encouraging Optimism Based on Positive Expectations

11/7/2018
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Learn how to help people start learning optimism. Create Positivity. Start looking at events in terms of what you want instead of what you lost or do not have.

Duration:00:58:13

331 -Developing Interpersonal Effectiveness Self Esteem

11/3/2018
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Self-Esteem Presented by: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director, AllCEUs Objectives ~ The Nature of Self-Esteem ~ Identifying and Disarming the Critic ~ Creating an Accurate Self Assessment ~ Identifying Cognitive Distortions ~ Developing Compassion ~ Shaking the Shoulds ~ Handling Mistakes ~ Responding to Criticism ~ Goal Setting ~ Core Beliefs ~ Building Self Esteem […]

Duration:00:56:47

330 -Developing Healthy Support Networks

10/31/2018
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Healthy relationships are vital to a healthy life. By becoming interpersonally effective, people can better get their needs met and meet the needs of others. The 7 Habits can serve as a reminder for important things to do to build healthy relationships. By understanding temperament people can better understand themselves and others and communicate and synergize in meaningful ways.

Duration:00:59:57

329 -Addressing Codependency and Abandonment Fears

10/27/2018
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Identifying and being mindful of abandonment triggers in the present can help people choose alternate, more helpful ways of responding. Learn tools to help clients do just that in this episode.

328 -Recovering from an Addicted or Borderline Parent

10/24/2018
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Recovering from Growing Up with an Addicted or Borderline Parent Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director, AllCEUs.com Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox Based On Objectives ~ Review the characteristics of BPD ~ Compare and contrast BPD with addictive behaviors ~ Examine ways to implement the activities presented in the book in a group format Characteristics of […]

Duration:00:58:37

327 -Finding Meaning with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

10/20/2018
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs Objectives ~ The Goal of ACT ~ What is Mindfulness? ~ How Does ACT Differ from Other Mindfulness-based Approaches? ~ What is Unique to Act? ~ Destructive Normality ~ Experiential Avoidance ~ Therapeutic Interventions ~ Confronting the Agenda ~ Control is […]

Duration:00:58:37

326 -Stress Management with Dialectics and Locus of Control | Journey to Recovery Series

10/17/2018
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Locus of control helps people realistically examine how much control they have over a situation. Dialectics help people deal with distress by embracing and examining the opposing forces or points in a situation.

Duration:00:59:31

325 -Cognitive Behavioral Activities for Group and Individual Work

10/13/2018
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By developing a broader understanding of situations people can explore the effectiveness of their thinking in terms of how it impacts their ability to live a rich and meaningful life.

324- Group Activities to Teach Coping and Defense Mechanisms

10/10/2018
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~ Differentiate between coping skills and defense mechanisms and identify the purpose for each. Explore common defense mechanisms and how they can assist as well as hinder treatment. Explore how to teach these concepts via individual and group activities.

Duration:00:59:06

323 -Depression Group and Individual Interventions

10/7/2018
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Learn how to teach the common symptoms for anxiety and depression-based disorders, and how a positive change in one area or symptom can have positive effects on all symptoms or areas.

322 -Guilt Individual and Group Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series

10/6/2018
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Guilt comes in many forms. It is largely anger at ourselves and energy tied up in the past. Holding on to guilt weighs us down. Identifying your sources of guilt and addressing them is the first step.

Duration:00:57:54

321 -Grief and Loss Individual and Group Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series

10/3/2018
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Losses encompass more than death or a person or loss of property. Failure to acknowledge losses can cause unhelpful reactions in similar future situations. It is important to explore feelings and reactions in terms of their functionality---how are they benefitting the person

320 -Anger and Anxiety Group and Individual Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series

9/29/2018
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By helping people identify the roots of their anger and more effective strategies, they can be empowered to reduce the frequency and intensity of these emotions and more effectively cope when they do arise.

Duration:00:55:46

319 -Distress Tolerance Group and Individual Activities: Journey to Recovery Series

9/26/2018
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The goal of distress tolerance is to accept, find meaning for and tolerate distress. Pain and distress are part of life. Refusing to accept this leads to suffering

Duration:00:59:04

318 -Seeking Safety Overview

9/23/2018
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“Safety” is an umbrella term that signifies various elements: ~ discontinuing addictive behaviors ~ reducing suicidality ~ minimizing exposure high-risk situations ~ letting go of dangerous relationships ~ gaining control over extreme symptoms (such as dissociation) ~ stopping self-harm behaviors (such as cutting).

317 -Introduction to Restoring Sanctuary Part 2

9/23/2018
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Issues of exposure to trauma and adversity in childhood are central to the development of most mental illness

316 -Introduction to Restoring Sanctuary Part 1

9/22/2018
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Sanctuary helps people become aware of the function of their behaviors and break unhelpful re-enactment cycles

315 -Introduction to Trauma Informed Care

9/22/2018
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Organizational Guidelines for Trauma Informed Care Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Objectives ~ What do we mean by trauma? ~ What do we mean by a trauma-informed approach? ~ What are the key principles of a trauma-informed approach? ~ What is the suggested guidance for implementing a trauma-informed approach? ~ What are the core […]

Duration:00:48:25

314 -Special Series Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Part 3

9/21/2018
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An effective tobacco control strategy includes multiple levels of prevention that keep people from starting nicotine use, help them prevent further problems caused by nicotine use and help them manage existing conditions caused by nicotine use (i.e. COPD)

Duration:00:49:17