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Community Training

At Phoenix Preferred Care, we offer continuing education classes (CEU’s) for individuals in the Healthcare and Education industries.
Phoenix Preferred Care provides a variety of training opportunities throughout the year. Many of our trainings offer low-cost continuing education credits for professionals who need them to maintain licensure.
  • For our continuing education programs, our fees vary by event/program.
  • Reservations are requested for all programs.
  • Please provide 24 hour notice if you must cancel your attendance. No cash refunds will be provided.
  • See each workshop for the specific continuing education hours offered. Approval has been obtained for many of the programs. Upon request, all other professions will be provided with paperwork necessary for self-submission.

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Upcoming Training Events

Use of Games in Play Therapy

Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 11 AM – 1 PM EDT
Phoenix Preferred Care
480 East University Drive Suite 7A, Somerset, Kentucky 42503

Bring your lunch and join us for our first Lunch and Learn for 2019, “Use of Games in Play Therapy”. This workshop will be conducted by Justin Smith, NCC, LPCC-S, RPT and Tina Hamm, NCC, LPCC-S, RPT-S.

Learning Objectives:

Participants will gain a basic understanding of the therapeutic use of Games in the play setting.

Participants will be able to identify at least 3 therapeutic games and be able to demonstrate how they can be used in the play setting.

Participants will be able to distinguish between non-competitive and cooperative games in the play therapy setting.

This training is open to Behavioral Health Professionals in the community as well as individuals working towards their RPT/RPT-S credential. APT and NBCC CEU’s will be awarded.

COST:
FREE to PPC staff and interns. Professionals $15 and Students $10.

Interested individuals MUST pre-register for this event. No cancellations or partial credit will be given for this training. PPC is an APT approved provider #16-444 and accepts responsibility for the content of this training. PPC is an approved Continuing Education provider via NBCC-ACEP #6929. PPC is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Recognizing Themes in Play Therapy Sessions

Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 12 PM – 1 PM EDT
Phoenix Preferred Care
480 East University Drive Suite 7A

Bring you lunch and join Justin Smith, NCC, LPCC-S, RPT as he discusses, “ Recognizing and Documenting Themes within Play Therapy Sessions.”

Learning Objectives:

Participants will be able to identify themes commonly exhibited in Play Therapy sessions.

Participants will gain an understanding of best practices and ethical/legal guidelines in Play Therapy documentation as defined by the Association for Play Therapy.

Participants will review a play therapy session and create a case conceptualization along with adequate documentation of themes observed within the session.

This training is open to Behavioral Health Professionals in the community as well as individuals working towards their RPT/RPT-S credential. APT and NBCC CEU’s will be awarded.

COST: FREE to PPC staff and interns. $10 to Professionals and Students $5

Interested individuals MuST pre-register for this event. No cancellations or partial credit will be given. PPC is an APT approved Provider #16-444 and accepts responsibility for the content of this training. PPC is an approved Continuing Education Provider via NBCC-ACEP #6929. PPC is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Finding the “Spirit:” Learning Differences in DSM-5

Monday, June 10, 2019 at 9 AM – 12 PM EDT
480 E. University Dr. Somerset KY 42503

Finding the “Spirit:” Learning the Subtle Differences among Disorders in the DSM-5.

Session presented by: Dr. Andrea Brooks, Ph.D., LPCC-S
Effective diagnostic skills are important tools for counselors. However, learning how to determine a client’s diagnosis can be an intimidating task for a new counselor. This session presents a unique method for learning effective diagnostic skills. Join us as we “find the spirit “ of diagnosis. Learn a new method of diagnosing to help create efficient and confident diagnosticians.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
*Attendees will learn a new method of conceptualizing the diagnostic criteria for disorders in the DSM-5.
*Attendees will gain confidence in their diagnostic skills, allowing for more accurate diagnosing which leads to better treatment.
*Attendees will gain an understanding of new tools for arriving at an accurate diagnosis.

COST: PPC Staff and Interns:FREE
Professionals $25
Interested individuals MUST pre-register for this training. No cancellations or partial credit will be issued for this training. PPC is an approved Continuing Education Provider via NBCC-ACEP #6929. PPC is solely responsible for all aspects of this program.

Registration begins at 8:30am with training beginning promptly at 9am.

Classes are updated often.

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At Phoenix, we take an individual approach to treatment for all of our clients by placing them with the right professional and the right resources. Reach out today to speak to a staff member for more information.

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