"Healing Attachment Wounds from Childhood"

  • November 13, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 11:15 AM
  • Webinar and Encino Golf Course Banquet Room 16821 Burbank Blvd. Encino CA 91436

Registration

  • Until November 2nd at 11:59 p.m.
  • Until November 2nd at 11:59 p.m.
  • November 3rd - November 11th
  • Until November 2nd at 11:59 p.m.
  • Until November 2nd at 11:59 p.m.
  • November 3rd - November 11th

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       Membership Meeting


Shelley G. Horner, LMFT


"Healing Attachment Wounds from Childhood"

Presented in-Person and on Zoom (Webinar)

In this workshop participants will explore our emotional childhood wounds that can impact our attachment. Helping clients uncover their wounds and identify unmet needs can begin the journey toward processing one’s injuries and discover various avenues to work toward healing. This is a viable process for assisting our clients to articulate their need and desires in intimate relationships. Psychologist power couple, Harold and Helen Harville, believe we bring to our adult relationships that which needs healing. The key to success in healing is awareness and communication. Following this presentation, participants will be able to better walk alongside clients who present with such wounds.

In the process participants will identify the hurts using a series of questions. Those individuals who feel comfortable sharing their discoveries may do so or attendees may choose not to share as it is not mandatory to do so.

In successfully completing and attending this presentation, participants will be able to:


  1. Identify two themes from childhood injuries.

  2. Explain how childhood psychological injuries can impact current

      client behavior and relationships.

  3. Assist clients in identifying their needs and create a plan to experience more positive relationships.

Presenter:

Shelley Horner, LMFT, has been in private practice for over 25 years. Prior to earning her license, she was a school counselor. Before that, she was a performer, working as an actor, musician and dancer. Shelley brings her play into therapy to help clients break through barriers. Role-play is a useful vehicle to experiment with different responses. Changing communication patterns can enhance relationships. Connecting to the self as well as to people in your life is crucial for in-depth relationships. 

Shelley has been writing the SFVCAMFT “Member Highlights” for several years. She enjoys getting to know therapists so she can capture their essence through the written word.

Additionally, Shelley has also worked on the SFVCAMFT board as a member-at-large. She began to understand how the board serves chapter members and gained a deeper appreciation of the board.

Another hat Shelley has worn is that of a professional speaker for a health company as well as EAP (Employee Assistance Program) companies. Topics under her belt have ranged from “Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace “to” Anger Management.”  Shelley likes educating people to improve their communication skills. By meeting them at their workplace, she can help people who may never go to therapy. Her acting background enhances her psycho-education skills.

Shelley has written a continuing education course as well as created a video on communication for couples and continues to facilitate a plethora of group workshops to help clients heal trauma from childhood.

Sponsored by:


    

When:

Sunday, November 13, 2022


Time:

8:30am-9am check-in*

  9am-9:30am Membership Meeting/

      Chapter Announcements*

  9:30-11am CEU/Speaker Presentation

11am-11:15am Opportunity Drawing/

      Private Practice Announcements*

  11:15am-12:30 pm Break*

  12:30pm-2pm Board Meeting (on zoom, email for link sfvcamftpre@gmail.com)*

*=portion of course not eligible for CEU's

This course is intended for beginning to advanced mental health professionals.

Course meets the qualifications for 1.5 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

Course evaluations will be sent by email for both in person and webinar participants. CEU completion certificates will be awarded to participants that attend the entire presentation and complete the course evaluation within 48 hours of the speaker presentation.


Place:

In-Person: at the 'Encino Golf Course -

                                                      Banquet Room'

                              16821 Burbank Blvd.

                              Encino, CA 91436


       Please make NOTE:  This is a NEW location  

 Professional or Business Casual Attire suggested (No jeans or sweat pants).  


For those members attending in-person, please read the COVID-19 release before registering.


On Zoom: live webinar

The link will be emailed 4 days prior to the event.

Please note: Confirm your meeting selection is accurate for in person or webinar and member or non-member.  No walk-ins or registration changes will be allowed less than 24 hours before the meeting.


Price/Registration:

SFV-CAMFT chapter members

In-person

     $15 (online until Wednesday, November 2nd at 11:59pm)

     $25 (online week of event, November 3rd- November 11th)

Webinar

     $15 (online until Wednesday, November 2nd at 11:59pm)

     $25 (online week of event, November 3rd - November 11th)

Non chapter members

In-person

     $25 (online until Wednesday, November 2nd at 11:59pm) 

     $35 (online week of event, November 3rd - November 11th)

Webinar

     $25 (online until Wednesday, November 2nd at 11:59pm)

     $35 (online week of event, November 3rd - November 11th)

No phone or email RSVP.

No cash or check, credit card only (we accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover).

Email us for Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley, and Santa Clarita Valley chapter reciprocity.

To Register:  Please click on the   Register  button.  If you are not logged in yet and are a member of our chapter, please be sure to log in here first. A confirmation email will be sent once payment is received. Four days before the event, all Webinar registrants will be sent a Zoom Webinar link.  


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Refund Policy 

Requests for refunds must be in writing and received by SFV-CAMFT before one week prior to the event. A $2 administrative fee will be deducted for cancellation of a paid event, through the cancellation deadline. There will be no changes or cancellations received after one week prior to the event. The President has discretion to issue refunds that do not comply with the policy. To request a refund, email sfv.camft@gmail.com.


SFV-CAMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for Marriage & Family Therapists. SFV-CAMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content.


 

CAMFT- approved Continuing Education Provider #62281



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