Indiana Division

     

Thank you for attending
IAMFT Fall Conference 2014

October 3rd & 4th
CenterPoint Counseling at
Second Presbyterian Church
7700 North Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN  46260

Congratulations to our Poster Presentation Winners:

1st Place:

Unveiling Sexual Identity in the Face of Marianismo

Kiran Hussain, S. Gisela Leija, Florence Lewis, & Bridget Sanchez

(Purdue-University at Calumet)

2nd Place:

Navigating Long-Distance Dating Relationships (LDDRs):

Exploring Socially Constructed Assumptions:

Mariah Brockman & Anne Marie Schoenherr

(Purdue-University at Calumet)

3rd Place: 

Addressing Sexual Distress in Individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder:

Family & Developmental Theories through a Narrative Lens

Mariah Brockman, Elizabeth W. Johnson, & Evan Thomas (Purdue University at Calumet)

Audience Favorite:

Utilizing Emotion Focused Therapy with Burmese Families

Kristine SuMyahla, Olivia Ohneck, & Catanna Roberson (Indiana-Purdue at Ft. Wayne)

Honorable Mention:

Using Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Adolescent PTSD in Bullying Victims

Eric Goodcase, Bridget Sanchez, & Natasha Williams (Purdue University at Calumet)

The Construction of Sexuality Amongst Adolescents:  A Bowen Therapeutic Approach

Courtney Miner, Natalie Stanish, & Natasha Williams (Purdue University at Calumet)

Processing Military Sexual Trauma within the Couple Relationship

Eric Goodcase, Eilene Ladson, & Heather Marsicola (Purdue University at Calumet)

 

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Save the Date for the
IAMFT Spring Conference 2015
April 17th!

with Suzanne Midori Hanna

The Transparent Brain in Couple and Family Therapy

 


 

839 IAC 1-6-1 Continuing Education                                                                 

Authority: IC 25-23.6-2-8
Affected: IC 25-23.6 

Sec. 1. (a) As used in IC 25-23.6, "continuing education" means education provided by board-approved providers which is obtained by a licensee in order to maintain, improve, or expand the licensee's skills and knowledge. As used in this rule, "CEU" means one (1) continuing education hour. 

(b) Continuing education shall be comprised of two (2) categories, Category I and Category II. The licensee shall obtain a minimum of fifty percent (50%) of the required amount of CEUs for renewal from Category I and may obtain a maximum of fifty percent (50%) of the required amount of CEUs for renewal from Category II. 

(c) Category I is defined as continuing education that is formal programming, which includes the following: 

1. 1. Formally organized courses. 
2. 2. Workshops. 
3. 3. Seminars. 
4. 4. Symposia. 
5. 5. Institutes. 
6. 6. Home study programs, including: 

A. A. computer; 
B. B. audio; 
C. C. video; and 
D. D. instructional programs, accredited by board-approved organizations. 

7. 7. Courses that are relevant to the license holder's professional skills, which are part of the curriculum of an accredited university, college, or educational institution, shall earn fifteen (15) CEUs for each academic semester hour completed, or ten (10) CEUs for each academic quarter hour completed. 
8. 8. Faculty teaching a course for the first time at an accredited university, college, or educational institution shall earn one and one-half (1½) CEUs for every hour taught. 

(d) CEUs obtained from Category I sponsors shall earn the amount of continuing education hours granted by the program sponsor. If the sponsor does not grant continuing education hours, then one (1) CEU will be granted for each clock hour of attendance. 

(e) Category II is defined as continuing education that is self-directed, which includes the following: 

1. 1. Journal clubs, earns one (1) CEU for each hour attended. 
2. 2. Office in-services, earns one (1) CEU for each hour attended. 
3. 3. Case conferences that are specifically designed for training or teaching, earns one (1) CEU for each hour attended. 
4. 4. Services as an instructor, presenter, or supervisor in a relevant professional seminar, workshop, or training conference earns one (1) CEU for each hour of service, but only for the initial instruction, presentation, or supervision given. 
5. 5. Research and publication of research results in a recognized professional journal or book form, earns ten (10) CEUs, but may only be claimed for the initial publication of the information. 
6. 6. Providing peer review of another licensee's therapy and skills, which includes consultation, conference, and critique, earns one (1) CEU for each hour spent with the peer for this purpose. 
7. 7. Services on boards and commissions and holding office in professional organizations, specifically related to the licensee's profession, earns one (1) CEU for each hour of service. (Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Mental Health Counselor Board; 839 IAC 1-6-1; filed Dec 29, 1998, 10:57 a.m.: 22 IR 1512; readopted filed Dec 2, 2001, 12:30 p.m.: 25 IR 1313) 

For more information regarding CEU’s and requirements, please click on the following link: http://www.in.gov/hpb/boards/mhcb/ceinfo.htm

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Save the Date 
    IAMFT Spring Conference 2015
    April 17th!

    with Suzanne Midori Hanna

    The Transparent Brain in Couple and Family Therapy

    __________________________________________

     

    Thank you for attending
    IAMFT Fall Conference 2014

    October 3rd & 4th
    CenterPoint Counseling at
    Second Presbyterian Church
    7700 North Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN  46260

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    NEWS FROM THE AAMFT ANNUAL CONFERENCE IN MILWAUKEE 

    Hoosier MFTs lent their voices to the AAMFT Annual Conference in Milwaukee 

    • The conference was a venue for cutting edge themes in the field of family therapy 
    • Discussion about the proposed restructuring of AAMFT
    • Thanks to June Behn Watts and Amanda Browne for hosting the IAMFT table; Suzanne Coyle and Nenetzin Reyes for attending the Division Leadership Day; and Emilee Delbridge for being a workshop co-presenter -   "Brief Collaboration for Family Therapists and Physicians" 

    MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR NEXT YEAR'S CONFERENCE IN AUSTIN LABOR DAY WEEKEND! 

     

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    30-Hour "Fundamentals of Supervision" Course 

    6 - 9 pm - March 12

    9 am to 5 pm - March 13

    9 am - 5 pm - March 26 

    9 am - 5 pm - March 27 

    9 am - 5 pm - March 28 

    Co-Sponsored by IAMFT and CTS 

    Contact Dr. Suzanne Coyle for more information - scoyle@cts.edu

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