This is a fantastic way to save you money, time, and have a CE workshop tailored to your specific needs. The best thing is that when you bring me to you, you don't have to travel. I've done this for several kinds of groups such as people in a practice together, a person who put together a list of licensees she knew, employees of a specific organization, and a supervisor who brought me in to do a workshop for her supervision group.

We can discuss the type of workshop you need and I can build it or you can choose from the list below. All the workshops below have been done and are ready to be presented. I can adjust the number of hours of the workshops as long as I don't make it higher than it was originally approved for. To receive a full description of each workshop, just contact me and I'll email it to you.

So how does this save you money? Because you're bringing me to you, I don't have to rent hotel space and that saves me a lot of money and enables me to price your workshop much lower than the ones I do at hotels. When I save money, you save money.

Please contact me and let's talk about how we can make a win-win situation. My contact information is on this page for your convenience. Look forward to hearing from you!

                Bring Me To You


NOTE:  All Ethics workshops are 5 hrs. and meet the Board's Ethics requirement

Ethics and You: Who You Are = What You'll Do  

Ethics Errors: The Top 5 Most  Egregious Things Therapists Can Do, Why They  Happen, and How to Prevent Them From Happening  So That You "Do No Harm" and Keep Your License 

Reality Ethics: The Truth about Sharks and Minnows

Ethics: The Essential 7

The Ethics of Taking Care of Yourself

The Ethics Alphabet

Ethics and Wisdom: Why Therapists Must Be Seekers

The Rhett Butler Approach to Ethics: What It Is, How It Can Be Helpful, and Learning To Know When and How To Use It

The Challenge of Ethics: Understanding the Roles of Courage, Competence, Confidence, and Choices

Ethics: The Ultimate Odyssey

The Ethics of Oz

Ethics and Morality: How To Do The Right Thing  

Ethical Considerations for Special Populations

Ethics: The Georgia Code of Ethics Examined

Practical Ethics for Professional Therapists

Legal and Ethical Considerations for the GA LPC, SW, & MFT

Ethical Issues for the Paraprofessional

**If you want an Ethics workshop for "tired worn out community mental health workers" I would strongly suggest "The Ethics of Taking Care of Yourself". My next recommendation would be "The Ethics Alphabet". They got great evaluations and they're both a lot of fun and cover Ethics in creative ways.

Using Personality Testing 

Sex: What It Is, What It Isn’t, and What It Can Be

Hot Monogamy

Connect: Do It or Die 

Death, Dying, and Grief (aka The Workshop I Swore I Would Never Do)

Who Are You and What Do You Want?

The 5 W's and 1 H of You

Happiness: Myths, Truths, and Research

Georgia Rules and Regulations Rule# 135-11-.01 TeleMental Health: Why So Many Therapists Think It Sucks, Why It Really Doesn’t Suck, How To Understand It and Use It In the Best Interest of the Client, and How To Keep It From Driving You Crazy  

TeleMental Health: A Guide to Understanding It, Knowing When and How To Use It, and Using It Ethically

The Enneagram: Basics

The Enneagram and Primary Love Relationships

Conscious Connecting

Attachment Theory: Myths, Truths, Research, and Application

Helping the Helper

The 7 H’s for Helpers

Coaching for a Change

Anxiety: What Therapists Must Know for the 21st Century

Ties That Hurt, Ties That Heal

The Least Depressing Workshop on Depression You’ll Ever Take

The Power of Choice, The Challenge of Change

Attachment Theory: The Case for Connection

Living a Life That Matters

Neuro-Affective Therapy: Therapeutic Techniques for Lasting Change

Kick It Up a Notch: An A-Z Guide for Enhancing Therapy

Life Literacy

C.L.E.A.R. Communication

Smart Partnering

50 Ways to Stay With Your Lover

Creating a Love That Lasts

Affairs: Why Ashley Madison Exists

The Truth About Pots and Lids: A Workshop for Singles

The Theory, Practice, and Art of Supervision

Marketing for Therapists

 Building a Successful Private Practice in Counseling

The Use of Creative Counseling Techniques