Available Now On Demand
Friday October 27, 2023 9:00 AM-1:15PM EST
$120 for Live Virtual Webinar
DIVORCE TRAINING INSTITUTE presents:
The purpose of this course is to provide an orientation and framework for clinicians who are interested in working with clients, both individuals and families, who are going through all stages of separation and divorce. Become a divorce specialist, learn hands-on clinical skills and obtain practical tools that you can utilize with clients immediately.
This course will help clinicians to work with clients to help them better manage their stress, conflict, and relationships due to experiencing separation and divorce. With approximately 50% of the population in the US experiencing divorce, many clinicians find that they are struggling to manage client’s presentation surrounding the myriad of issues when they emerge in the clinical process. This course will provide practical skills such as co-parent counseling, reunification counseling, and parenting support, to address the many facets that this transition presents with, when working with clients of all ages.
Specific new skills that will be taught include:
Participants will be able to:
Stephanie Newberg, LCSW, MED is a licensed psychotherapist in FL and PA, working with individuals, couples and families. She has been in practice for more than 25 years specializing in: family and couples therapy, cyberbullying, grief and loss, parenting support and the implications of divorce on children and families.
In addition, Stephanie is a trained family and divorce mediator/ co-parent counselor and has received intensive training in sand tray play therapy for adolescents and children.
Stephanie has led numerous workshops and presentations for adults and adolescents on relationship and communication skills, dealing with the effects of divorce on families, diversity issues, cyberbullying/effects of technology on development, nutrition and mental health, and conflict resolution skills. In addition, Stephanie has numerous publications.
Stephanie trained at Columbia University where she received a Masters of Education in Organizational and Counseling Psychology and she received a Masters of Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania. Her license is in clinical social work.
Stephanie is a certified counselor for first responders, trained in neuroemotional techniques, served as a consultant for the Council for Relationships and also works at the Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social work as an adjunct professor, supervisor, and field work liaison for social work students.
Alyse November, PhD, LCSW obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Adelphi University, N.Y., and her PhD in Clinical Sexology from IICS. She is credentialed by the Academy of Certified Social Workers.
Alyse is the founder of Different Like Me, a company with a staff of over 30 professionals providing psychotherapy, psychoeducational testing and cognitive rehabilitation. As a licensed clinical social worker, Alyse provides psychotherapy to individuals across the lifespan. A substantial portion of her practice has focused on addressing challenges faced by adults, seniors, families and children ranging from aging, chronic illness, divorce, trans-care, relationships, parenting, and special needs to end of life issues, dementia, caregiving, educational challenges, anxiety, and depression. Her PhD dissertation focused on sexual challenges and dementia.
Friday, April 3, 2020 from 10-11pm
(You will be emailed a link for live webinar)
March 31, 2020
$25 preregister before Tuesday March 31, 2020
$45 registration after Tuesday March 31, 2020
Course available live on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 from 7-8pm EST
(You will be emailed a link prior to live seminar for course registration)
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