2016 FAMILY THERAPY SYMPOSIUM AT TTU
H.O.P.E will be participating in the 2016 Family Therapy Symposium at TTU.
The topic will be : Ethical and Cultural Sensitivity: Guiding clients through spiritual experiences
Presented by: Elizabeth Sabet, PCC, ACSLC Sarah Stoune, M.Ed., LPC
Date: February 26th, 1:30 pm- 4:30 pm. Registration Deadline: February 1rst
For more information, contact Nicole Springer :
email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; phone: 806-742-3074.
2016 CEUs TRAINING PROGRAM
In 2016, HOPE will be launching a Statewide Training Program CEUs for social workers and mental health professionals.
Why Should you Consider this Training?
Topics Covered During Training
- Defining the Potentially Transformative Spiritual Experience and Why Therapists Need to Know
Techniques for Helping Clients Make Meaning of their pSTE
The Impact of Near Death Experiences and their Aftermath on Experiencers and their Families.
- Helping the Dying (and their families) Have a Good Death
- The Challenges of Disclosing pSTEs in a Therapeutic Setting From the Client’s Perspective
- The Ethics of Being a Spiritually Aware Therapist
- Dissociative Disorder vs. Out-of-Body Experiences
- Schizophrenia vs. Acute Spiritual Emergency
Assessment for Religious and Spiritual Beliefs and Experiences
The cost per session is:
- $25 for Faculty and Professionals
- $15 for Students
Dates of training are to be announced. Be sure to visit the website for updates beginning January.
ELIZABETH SABET, PCC, ACSLC is the Co-Founder and Director of HOPE – Holistic Options for People Everywhere, www.hope-
SARAH STOUNE , earned her Masters Degree in Counselor Education from Texas Tech University, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas. She is the owner of Partners For Change Counseling, LLC, a Reiki Master Teacher, and trained in EMDR. In her private counseling practice she works from a Person Centered perspective, encouraging her clients to take the role of expert about their own lives, while her role is as an educated observer and guide. She is able to use a variety of approaches, including CBT, Solution Focused, EMDR, Positive Psychology, and Transpersonal theory to help her clients in whatever way they may require to meet their goals. She specializes in working with clients depression and anxiety; healing past traumas with EMDR; helping people navigate life transitions and identity changes, especially those in adolescence and end-of-life; supporting clients as they process Spiritually Transformative Experiences, and coaching clients with ADHD. Her clinical experience includes work with a variety of populations and issues at Family Counseling Services, a United Way partner agency in Lubbock, TX; performing psychological testing for a Clinical Psychologist; and counseling seniors at Inspirations, an intensive outpatient group therapy program for older adults in New Deal, TX. Her background in personal spiritual exploration, early childhood development, and graphic arts each uniquely inform her current counseling work.