New Workshops to be offered before 2011 licensure renewal

//New Workshops to be offered before 2011 licensure renewal

New Workshops to be offered before 2011 licensure renewal

Forgiveness: Letting Go of Anger is scheduled for February 4th, 2011 in Crystal Lake, Illinois AND on February 18th, 2011  in Fort Lauderdale. This 3 credit CEU course will replace the Domestic Violence workshop on that date only. Mr. Ron Hall will be your trainer for this workshop. You will want to register for this course right away to ensure your place. Please call 954-801-4101 to register as the online registration for this selection is not yet active. Florida early registration rate is $65 for Forgiveness. See http://www.drwaltz.com/training_schedule.shtml for more information regarding this workshop for Florida and Illinois.
Recent Illinois trainees in the Forgiveness workshop reported that they liked the open discussion as well as the interaction with the trainer and one another.

Supporting Growth: Process-based Supervision This NEW 8-hour continuing education workshop will take participants from the basic understanding of the difference between “content” and “process” to more effect use of the approach and interventions. The “Process-oriented” approach to supervision enhances your effectiveness in working with supervisees, clients, self and others. The expanded time frame allows many opportunities to observe and practice process skills. See http://www.drwaltz.com/training_schedule.shtml for the program description containing objectives. The workshop will be offered on Saturday, January 22nd , 2011 from 8:45AM to 5PM. Early registration rate is $120 if paid no less than one month before the workshop. Fee will be $140 after the one month prior date and for all payments received at the door. You will want to register for this course early to ensure your place. Please call 954-801-4101 as the online registration for this selection is not yet active.

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