New Earth Institute
Online Registration Form For Community Lectures and CEUs
2023 - 2024 COMMUNITY LECTURES
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* NOTE: Community Lectures are free, CEUs require a $20 processing fee.
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Southwestern College & New Earth Institute is licensed by the New Mexico Counseling and Therapy Practice Board as a Continuing Education Provider (#CCE0111661). Please check with your state’s licensing agency to see if they will accept CEUs approved by the New Mexico Counseling & Therapy Practice Board.
Tuesday, November 7th, 6pm-8pm SYNCHRONOUS ZOOMNote: Zoom link will be sent to the email address you use to register.Free and Open to the Public or $20 for 2 CEUs (Add the CEU option below to pay for CEUs)Tuesday, November 7th, 6pm-8pm Multiple relationships can be daunting and confusing for counselors and clients alike. While ethical codes caution that they should be avoided, the reality is that sometimes we must find ways to navigate the complex social dynamics that arise when multiple relationships catch us in the crosshairs. Living in a small town, working in a milieu environment, and engaging in community activities can exacerbate these challenges and make counselors feel like they need to hide away at home so they don’t bump into a client at the gym, at a restaurant, a party, or other location. Boundaries need to be assessed, asserted, and maintained in these situations, but where to we draw the line? How do we proceed without doing harm, protect the therapeutic container, and honor our humanity as relational beings? Join Kate Latimer, MA, LPCC, for an exploration of how we can navigate multiple relationships through ethical decision making, consultation, and compassionate dialogue.Kate Latimer, MA, LPCC, has presented locally and nationally on various topics related to ethical practice in mental health. She has worked as a mental health counselor and educator for nearly two decades while living in New Mexico. She specializes in trauma informed care, integrating transpersonal and somatic approaches with cognitive behavioral therapy as a supervisor and in direct client work.
Presented by: Presented by Alisha Shelbourn, MA, LPAT, LPCC, Richard Pelfrey, BA, LADAC, NCAC, and NEI Director, Kate Latimer, MA, LPCCDates/Times: Tuesday, February 20, 2024, 6 - 8pmDESCRIPTION: Join SWC Addiction teachers, Alisha Shelbourn and Richard Pelfrey, and NEI Director, Kate Latimer, for a panel discussion with addiction treatment professionals on cutting edge treatment approaches to recovery that reduce relapse and sustain healing. Free and open to the public. LOCATION: Zoom Synchronous ONLY2 CEUs (Choose $20 Fee Below if you want CEUs)