- This event has passed.
40th Annual Training Institute on Behavioral Health & Addictive Disorders
February 11 - February 14
Program Focus and Goals
US Journal Training, Inc. and The Institute for Integral Development present an exceptional combination of inspiring speakers and trainers, addressing today’s most relevant topics. This year’s Training Institute tackles the issues of behavioral health and addictions using an integrated approach, which considers the complex emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of each individual. Hotel Reservations – 727-298-1486 and use hotel code USJ19
• Complex Trauma
• Love, Sex and Attachment
• #metoo meet #imperfectmen
• Opioid Use and Abuse
• Reconnecting to Heart Wisdom
• Cannabis Conundrum
• The Narcissistic Dynamic
• Redirecting Resistance
• Overcoming Disadvantages, Racism and Adversity
• The Practice of Compassion
• Trauma and Self Endangering Behavior
• Mind-Body Medicine; Forgiveness
• Food, Mood, Nutrition
• Internal Control Techniques
• Psychology, Spirituality & Happiness
• Biology of Partnership Conflict
• Body Oriented Techniques
• Eliminating Self-Defeating Behaviors
• Methamphetamine Addiction
• Ethics and More.
Who Should Attend?
Enjoy networking with those working in the areas of:
• Mental Health
• Addictions Counseling
• Marriage and Family Therapy
• School Counseling
• Registered Nursing
• Courts and Corrections
• Employee Assistance
• Pastoral Counseling
• And Other Fields.
Participants will be able to:
1. Identify treatment approaches and develop counseling skills for a range of issues in mental
health, behavioral health, addictions and co-occurring disorders.
2. Identify the most relevant symptoms and key clinical issues underlying the impact of trauma
and PTSD and appropriate therapeutic treatment for these.
3. To identify symptoms and characteristics manifested in drug dependence, anxiety, narcissism
and other addictive/behavioral disorders and to be able to implement effective clinical
interventions and treatment strategies.
4. To identify several key aspects in recent brain research which have explanatory value in
understanding therapeutic issues in the biology of love and attraction and possible interventions
for intimacy disorders.
For exhibit information contact Lorrie Keip 800-851-9100 ext. 9220