Based on the works of Ken Wilber*, Integral Theory purports to provide a more comprehensive “meta” lens of viewing of reality. For we, clinicians, who want to practice eclectically, an Integral approach serves to broaden our perspective-taking abilities, as well as relate and integrate the various therapy models into one larger comprehensive map.
This course will describe Integral Theory, generally, as well as apply relevant insights into understanding and treating relational trauma, particularly as associated with sexual breeches. (This webinar is a complement to an earlier course entitled: Sex Addiction: An Integral View)
- Provide a comprehensive overview and history of Integral Theory.
- Identify integral insights that may be useful in understanding relational trauma.
- Describe relational trauma from an integral perspective.
- Formulate a treatment model for relational trauma from an integral perspective.
- Suggest how integral theory can an effective ‘meta’ lens with all therapy work.
Jim Anderson, LCMHC, LCAS, CSAT
Jim C. Anderson, LCMHC, LCAS, CSAT, is a highly experienced mental health professional with over 20 years of clinical practice in the field of substance abuse and addiction. His extensive background includes inpatient psychiatric settings in both Maine and California, where he eventually served as the Director of Outpatient Services for psychiatric and substance abuse services. He also held the position of Clinical Director at Azure Acres in California, a founding residential facility of the Camp Recovery Centers - one of the largest providers of substance abuse services in the nation. In 2002, Jim moved his family to Davidson, NC, and took ownership of two substance abuse education clinics in Charlotte and Mooresville, NC. As his passion for helping those struggling with addiction and trauma continued to grow, he established Conscious Sense, LLC, a private practice in Cornelius, NC, in 2008. He specializes in treating sexual addiction and partner trauma, spiritual growth and development, and providing integral therapy for individuals and couples. Over the course of his career, Jim has shared his expertise by presenting to a wide range of audiences, including the FBI, the NC Licensed Professional Counselors Association, and various college/university settings. He has also regularly provided CEU training to provider organizations throughout North Carolina.
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- North Dakota Board Of Counselor Examiners LAPC and LAPCS accept ASWB approved training
- Rhode Island Board of Mental Health Counselors and Marriage & Family Therapists MHC’s accept ASWB approved training
- Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council LPC and LPCS accept ASWB approved training
- Utah Division of Professional Licensing - CMHC’s accept ASWB approved training
- Washington State Department of Mental Health MHC’s accept ASWB approved training
- Wisconsin Council on Mental Health LPCS accepts ASWB-approved training
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- Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling: The Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family Therapy & Mental Health Counseling accepts courses from ASWB & NBCC-approved providers. E Care Behavioral Health Institute is an ASWB and NBCC-approved provider.
- Minnesota Certification Board accepts CCAPP. E Care is an approved training provider by California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP): E Care BHI is recognized by the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals (CCAPP) Provider Number OS-22-344-0424
- Oklahoma Addiction Counselor: E Care BHI is recognized by the Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors as an approved education provider for Addiction Counselors (OBLADC) #20220136.
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- South Carolina Professional Counselors, Marriage & Family Therapists and Psycho-Educational Specialists licensing board, Provider #462
- The Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board accepts courses from ASWB & NBCC approved providers. E Care Behavioral Health Institute is an ASWB and NBCC approved provider.
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