Events and Groups
If you are looking for a specific support group, please let us know! When we find that there is sufficient interest in a support group, we will do our best to start one, so we welcome adding your name to those interested in specific groups.
Some examples of support groups we would like to offer at the CCC if community members are interested: Chronic Illness and Pain, Couples' Communication Skills, Body Positive support group, Social Skills for youth on the Autistic Spectrum, Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Adult Children of Alcoholics, and more.
We also offer occasional noon time talks on topics of interest in the mental health field. Join our mailing list to receive notifications of groups and presentations."
February 19th, 2015 - 12 to 1pm
Conflict Management in Couples Therapy
presented by Stacy Hubbard, LMFT
Stacy will cover the research and foundations of the Gottman method and give specific tools to use in session to help couples gain skills for conflict management.
January 22nd, 2015 - 12 to 1pm
Play, Sandtray, and Expressive Therapies
presented by Roxanne Rae, MSW, LCSW, BCD
With over 40 years experience, Roxanne shares her extensive studies in expressive art therapies and somatically-based interventions, particularly focusing on the treatment of trauma.
December 11th, 2015 - 12 to 1pm
Breaking Free of Domestic Violence
presented by Leslie Kendall, CADC1
Leslie will talk about the tools and qualities a therapist might offer a client who is trying to break free from the cycle of domestic violence, including compassionate communication, mindful living, parenting skills with children who are coping with DV, and many others.
November 20th, 2015 - 12 to 1pm
Ritual Abuse and Dissociative Identity Disorder
presented by Sharon Bolles, LPC
Discover why it's important for clinicians to know about ritualized abuse, how it relates to D.I.D., and how to recognize and respond to dissociative identity disorder.
May 15th, 2015 - 12 to 1pm
Native Healing and Mental Health
presented by Coyote Marie Hunter-Ripper
Marie is a Traditional Native Practitioner who draws from her Cherokee, Choctaw, and Scottish heritage to help people move forward in their lives through Sessions, Treatments, and Clearings of the unseen. See attached Flyer for more info.