Established 1994

Events

Welcome!

We hope to see you at our events - luncheons with speakers, networking get-togethers, and half or full-day workshops.

If you click on the little blue circle with the wave logo inside [just to the right of the words Upcoming events] - you'll be able to set up an RSS feed - and have a chance to send all event items to your favorite newsreader, and get all the postings as-they-happen.

Have a great idea for a program? Pass it along to us!

Upcoming events

    • 09/22/2017
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Alley V 3375 Oak View Dr, Omaha, NE 68144

    Coping With Cancer Survivorship

    Dr. Stephanie Koraleski will be presenting on coping with cancer survivorship. This will include ways that cancer diagnosis and treatment affect the lives of the patient and the family. Dr. Koraleski will also discuss issues that arise as people cope with chronic illness and long term effects of cancer treatments. Finally, Dr. Koraleski will discuss ways that therapists can aide the process of coping with cancer.

    Dr. Koraleski, along with Dr. Kay Ryan, developed and facilitated A Time to Heal Foundation. A Time to Heal provides holistic rehabilitation for people who have been treated for cancer and their families. Just like heart attack or stroke survivors, cancer survivors need information, practice, and support to regain their health. A Time to Heal provides programming for patients and trains facilitators to conduct cancer rehabilitation programs.

    Dr. Koraleski has a BA in Education, MS in Agency Counseling, and Ph.D in Counseling Psychology. She is Level II trained in EMDR, has a certification in spiritual direction and inter-spiritual mentoring, and is CBT trained. Dr. Koraleski currently works in private practice in Psychology and Spiritual Mentoring, co-facilitates A Time to Heal, is a faculty member at Cancer As A Turning Point, and provides training and individual counseling to cancer patients during week long residential retreats.


    Lunch & Learn at Ally V

    3375 Oak View Dr, Omaha, NE 68144

    Registration will be from 10am-10:30am

    Lunch & Learn from 10:30am- 11:30pm

    Lunch will be served around 11:30am.

    Opportunity for Q&A from 11:30am until 12:00pm.

    Lunch options include:

    1. Crispy Chicken (4 fresh hand battered chicken strips and Fries or tater tots)

    2. Cobb Salad (Grilled or Crispy Chicken (or none), tomato, avocado, egg, bleu cheese, bacon, and ranch)

    3. Southwest Chicken Wrap (lettuce, pico de gallo, guacamole, and shredded cheese in a flour tortilla, fries or tater tots or side salad)

    4. Hamburger (Fries or tots or salad)

    5. Grilled Chicken (Steamed veggies and cilantro rice)

    You will order when you arrive.

    This program meets the criteria of an approved continuing education program for mental health practice for 1.5 CEUs

    APPT Member Rate: $30

    APPT Non-Member Rate: $40


    Webinar option available. Please sign up under the webinar option available. Webinar registration will close at 5pm on 9/20/17.

    Once your webinar registration is paid, and prior to the event, you will receive an email with an invitation and handouts. Please let Kristan at appt.ne@gmail.com know if you have any questions.

    Cancellation Policy For APPT

    Contact Kristan Kiger by 5pm on 5/5/17, you can receive a credit to be used for a future event or your membership dues.  Credits will not be given after 5pm on 5/5/17.

    402-370-6898

    appt.ne@gmail.com

    ADA Needs

    We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs or concerns. Please contact Kristan Kiger at 402-370-6898 or appt.ne@gmail.com ahead of the event.

    Log onto www.PrivatePractice.org to register or click the link attached to your email.


    • 10/13/2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    • Alley V 3375 Oak View Dr, Omaha, NE 68144

    Should They Stay Or Should They Go?

    Relationship Discernment Counseling In The Individual Therapy Session

    Regardless of whether or not you work with couples in your clinical practice, you have no doubt encountered clients who are dealing with difficult relationship issues. Relationship discernment, a situation in which one or both partners are considering whether or not to stay in their relationship, is an often-neglected relationship problem in both the individual and couples therapy modalities.

    In this workshop we will dive into the concept of relationship discernment and discuss how to help our individual clients navigate through the complex feelings and decision-making tasks inherent in a relationship in which one person is “leaning in” (wants to stay in the relationship and make it work) and one is “leaning out” (is strongly considering leaving the relationship).

     We will:

    • Review relevant research on couples, divorce and relationship discernment
    • Define the “mixed agenda” couple and look at how partners in this type of relationship can present in our practice
    • Describe the principles, goals and strategies of Discernment Counseling, a therapeutic perspective and intervention that is specifically designed to meet the therapeutic needs of the mixed agenda couple
    • Discuss how to utilize Discernment Counseling strategies in the individual therapy session with a partner who is either leaning in or out of their relationship
    • Consider the signs that might indicate that a couple you’re working with has switched to a discernment paradigm and discuss how to help them find the therapeutic intervention they need during this difficult time

    Anne Barker, LCSW, LIMHP

    A licensed therapist for over fifteen years, Anne has extensive experience working with individuals and couples in the area of relationship improvement. She has completed the Level I and II Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and a specialized training program in Discernment Counseling. Her relationship work is informed by additional training in EMDR, insomnia, women’s issues, stress management, blended families and parent education.

    Anne holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s Studies from Vassar College and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, and is a Certified Clinical Sleep Counselor and Certified Gottman Educator.

     She has given presentations and facilitated workshops in the areas of relationship improvement, communication strategies, divorce, blended family issues and sleep improvement. She is currently the co-facilitator of a popular bi-annual premarital program offered at Trinity Cathedral in Omaha, the co-owner of the recently introduced Omaha Relationship Institute, and writes a lively and accessible relationship blog, Hitch Fix.

    You can find out more about Anne’s therapy services, presentation topics and writing at her website, www.BarkerTherapyArts.com.

    Workshop at Ally V

    3375 Oak View Dr, Omaha, NE 68144

    Registration will be from 8:30am-9am

    Workshop from 9am-12:15pm

    Lunch will be served around 11:45am.


    Lunch options include:

    1. Crispy Chicken (4 fresh hand battered chicken strips and Fries or tater tots)

    2. Cobb Salad (Grilled or Crispy Chicken (or none), tomato, avocado, egg, bleu cheese, bacon, and ranch)

    3. Southwest Chicken Wrap (lettuce, pico de gallo, guacamole, and shredded cheese in a flour tortilla, fries or tater tots or side salad)

    4. Hamburger (Fries or tots or salad)

    5. Grilled Chicken (Steamed veggies and cilantro rice)

    You will order when you arrive.

    This program meets the criteria of an approved continuing education program for mental health practice for 3 CEUs

    APPT Member Early Bird Rate: $60

    (until 10/6/17)

    APPT Member Rate: $70 (after early bird)

    APPT Non-Member Rate: $80

    Cancellation Policy For APPT

    Contact Kristan Kiger by 5pm on 10/6/17, you can receive a credit to be used for a future event or your membership dues.  Credits will not be given after 5pm on 10/6/17.

    402-370-6898

    appt.ne@gmail.com

    ADA Needs

    We would be happy to accommodate your ADA needs or concerns. Please contact Kristan Kiger at 402-370-6898 or appt.ne@gmail.com ahead of the event.

    Log onto www.PrivatePractice.org to register or click the link attached to your email!


APPT is a resource organization for mental health therapists in Nebraska.
P.O. Box 45397 - Omaha, NE 68145

Ph. - 1(402) 370-6898 -Please note: this is a Google Voice enabled account. You may need to dial as a long-distance call [depending on your phone system]. There is a voice mail system on this line, so please leave a message. Thanks!

Email our Administrative Assistant - Kristan Kiger


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