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Coherence Therapy - Transformation vs Suppression of Symptoms
Presented by: Sarah Edmonds, Ph.D. & the Granite Mountain Psychological Society

Prescott College · Crossroads Conference Room · 228 Grove Ave. ·  Prescott



Parenting Essentials: Tools for Surviving and Thriving, from Toddlers to Teens
9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
This is a conference for parents, sponsored by CSN. Dr. Gabrielle Lawrence will open with a presentation on Proven Approaches for Positive Parenting: A Brain-based, Attachment-Based, Mindfulness-based Model. Next, there will be break-out sessions with different speakers, on Surviving and Thriving, from Preschool to Primary Years, presented by Dr. Beth Onufrak and Surviving and Nine Ways to Communicate More Effectively with Your Adolescent presented by Larry Waldman, Ph.D. The final talk will be on the topic of Bullying: Legal Issues and Current Policies Every Parent Should Be Aware Of, presented by attorney Hope Kirsch. All who attend will receive raffle tickets for gift cards and donated items. For more information and to register visit,
Registration fee $20

New Way Academy · 5048 E. Oak Street · Phoenix 85008


8th & 9th
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Couples With Heart Bringing The Art and Science of Love to Arizona
This is also a great way for professionals to learn about Gottman therapy process while strengthening their relationship through attending and participating in the workshop along with a partner. The Art & Science of Love workshop was developed by Dr.s John and Julie Gottman and is being presented In Mesa by Gottman Certified therapists: Dr. Steven Patrick, Ph.D. and Deborah Webster, LMFT. These workshops are designed for couples who wish to improve and strengthen the quality of their relationship. It is a psycho-educational and not designed as a substitute for couple’s therapy .It is a very good adjunct to couples already in couple’s therapy.

13 1/2 CE credits through PESI

For additional information or to register contact: Steven Patrick, Ph.D. 928 600-1195
Continental Country Club, Ponderosa Room · Flagstaff


8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
2014 Arizona Psychology Training Conference
The Arizona Psychology Training Consortium and ASU Counseling Services invites interns, postdoctoral residents, doctoral students, supervisors, faculty and trainers to come together for a day of fantastic educational presentations, as well as opportunities for networking and collegial engagement.  We hope you can join us in building a supportive community for this aspect of training unique to our field!

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Arizona State University – West Campus · University Center Building, LaSala Ballroom · 4701 W. Thunderbird Road. · Glendale


Exploring New Perspectives of Psychological Trauma Webinar,

Autonomic nervous system regulation is providing a new perspective on the facilitation of recovery for those suffering from the effects of psychological trauma. By putting a heavy focus on the autonomic nervous system through bottom-up processing, positive changes in emotions, cognitions, and behaviors have occurred. Join this webinar and learn the ways in which this new perspective is changing how doctors are assisting the recovery of psychologically traumatized patients.
Presented by:  James Seymour, MD, Psychiatrist for the Program for Trauma Recovery, Sierra Tucson



Strategies for Managing Stress: Using Biofeedback with Clients

Presented by: Sarah Edmonds, Ph.D. & the Granite Mountain Psychological Society

Prescott College · Crossroads Conference Room · 228 Grove Ave. ·  Prescott




16th - 19th
2015 Update on Psychiatry: Continuing a Proud 23 Year Tradition

This four-day live multi-accredited activity continues a 23 year tradition of providing an annual update of current clinical practices and research focusing on psychopharmacology topics and has been organized to meet the needs of practitioners who treat psychiatric disorders.   Special conference room rates are available for $199/night including a waived resort fee, in-room internet, and more.  February offers several fun events such as the Tucson Rodeo and Gem Show, so rooms will fill up quickly. Up to a maximum of 24 contact hours.
For a complete course schedule & to register,

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JW Marriott Starr Pass ·  Tucson


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