I still remember my graduate experience at the University of Oregon from 1999-2001. In particular, I loved the small class structure. There were 20 of us students, learning about psychotherapy and being a marriage and family therapist concurrently. We traversed those two years together until we walked and received our diplomas.
Since then, I have been a lifelong learner. As a psychotherapist, I am required to take a number of continuing education units (CEUs) each year. It’s not a burden to me, however, as I love learning and expanding my knowledge. It helps me grow, not only as a person but specifically as a therapist as well.
I have considered going for my PhD next, and that very well may happen one day. For now, I am all about supporting my two sons’ education — and creating workshops for like-minded individuals. My focus is bringing my expertise and experience to university-level education, supporting the next generation of mental health practitioners.
Below, you can find a variety of courses that I offer. If you are interested in any, please reach out to me for a free one-hour consultation to see if my approach is a good fit for your department.