Coping with Infertility: Two-Day Training for Professionals

Experience Personal and Professional Growth in a Safe, Comfortable, Relaxed Environment

Using a mind/body approach to healing, learn how to support the infertility patient with powerful techniques and effective solutions.

professional training for mental health workers

May 3 & 4, 2018
Thursday and Friday
9am – 5pm
NYC
Earn CE’s*

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What Do Infertility Patients Want Psychotherapists to Know? Develop the expertise to support your infertility patients.

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TOPICS

  • Stress: Can’t Live with it/Can’t Live Without it – Now What?
  • Move a Muscle, Change a Mood: The Body as Ally
  • The Breath: A Sigh of Relief
  • Spirituality: The Mind and the Body’s Other Third
  • Using the Mind to Trick the Brain: Facilitating the Change Process
  • Learn the Brain Science that Explains why Mind/body Interventions Effectively Reduce Stress
  • Fantastic Voyage: Entering the Mind/Body Unity for Stress Reduction
  • Transform Negative Thinking
  • The Impact of Infertility on Couples
  • Communication: What’s Being Said – Really?
  • Confused?: Gain Clarity by Building Awareness
  • Crisis as Opportunity: Finding the Bless in the Mess

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Professional Training for Infertility

 To register please contact:

HELEN ADRIENNE, LCSW, BCD

212-758-0125


helen@helenadrienne.com

Registration limited to 10 participants.

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*Continuing Education

Helen Adrienne is an approved provider by the New York State Dept. of Social Work (Provider #0107) for 13 CE’s. 14 CE’s are available for out-of-state social workers, psychologists, nurses, licensed professional marriage counselors and family therapists.

  • Psychologists & Social Workers: Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association of Social Work Board (ASWB).  Upon completing the program you will earn 14 continuing education credits.  Commonwealth Educational Seminars (CES) maintains responsibility for this program and its content.