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X-IT One Day Intensive  (3661)

05/02/2012 9:00 AM - 05/02/2012 4:00 PM

This is a One Day Intensive (ODI), skill building session using a highly effective model. The model s a mixture between Exposure Therapy and CBT. X-IT was designed by Dr. Tina Parkman, Clinical Therapist and author. This ODI is co-lead by Rev Dr. Deborah
J Smith, an expert in SA disorders and Ms. Tarra Ray, expert in Being Accountable. This one-of-a-kind experience has been created specifically for clinicians and those in the helping professions. What to expect from the X- IT Model ODI experience – getting
deep into the presenting problem and moving the client forward – quicker, Three breakout sessions: • Personal Growth Work using the X-IT model with Dr. Parkman! • Focused Training on assessment and evaluation of SA risks with Rev. Dr. Smith • Intensive process
group work led by Tarra Ray; a clinician specializing in the treatment of trauma caused by child abuse and child sexual abuse. $50 fee prior to April 2, 2012, After April 2 $75


Location: Lexington Lansing Hotel 925 South Creyts Road Lansing, MI 48917

925 South Creyts Road
Lansing,, MI 48917
United States


Sponsoring Organizations: Agape, Inc; Cope Personal Development & Wellness, InX


Type of Event: Conference


Program Agenda: Morning Plenary with three revolving Breakout Sessions Closing Comments


Invited Officials / Presenters: Tina Parkman, PhD Deborah Smith, PhD, MDiv, CAC-M Tarra Ray, MA. LLC


Targeted participants for this year's event: 50


Invited Participants / Audience: Clinicians and Human Service Professionals


Primary Contact:
Tarra Ray
913 W. Holmes, Ste.209

Lansing, MI  48910

United States
517- 980-5648



Secondary Contact:
Deborah Smith
913 W. Holmes, Ste. 209

Lansing, MI  48910

United States
517-676-2691








 

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