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2020 Webinars

Our webinars are held the second Thursday at NOON EST for one hour, using the GoToMeeting platform.  The cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members.

You will earn one hour of NBCC approved Continuing Education  for participating in the seminar. 
Surveys of those participants from our seminars show that 100% of them would recommend our webinars to their peers.




Webinar Proposal



Here is a listing of past seminars that you can review at your leisure (more to come).  Please click on the button to register.  Upon registering, your email confirmation will have instructions on how to access the video and what questions you need to answer.  You must respond in an email to  the answers to the 5 questions to be able to receive one unit of NBCC approved continuing education.  If you have any questions, contact

Theoretically Driven Clinical Supervision:  Adlerian Style
Dale V. Wayman, PhD, LCAC, LMHC, ACS

This seminar provides a concrete plan on how to supervise competently and carefully, understanding that good supervision provides growth not only for the supervisee but also growth for the supervisee's caseload.  Practical research is also provided that helps the supervisor measure the effectiveness of supervision.

Theoretically Driven Clinical Supervision: Adlerian Style

Beyond Breathing and Yoga: Mindfulness theory into practice
Helena Stevens, PhD, LPC, LSC, PPS

Mindfulness is a hot buzz word these days both within counseling and outside of counseling. Mindfulness is often understood to be a breathing technique, yoga position, or simply a way to think. However, it is much more than a technique and is a theoretical approach that can be highly effective for treatment outcomes across all spectrums of problems and disorders. From understanding problem formation to approaching problem solution, this presentation will provide content and tools on how to practice with a mindfulness lens and approach.

Beyond Breathing and Yoga: Mindfulness theory into practice

Is THAT really necessary?
Ray Watson, PhD, LMHC

A pragmatic look at driving forces behind all behavior, particularly that which seem to make "little or no sense" in the appearance of counter-productive results for client:

- Understand the utilitarian nature of behavior
- Gain pragmatic insights to Relational & Circumstantial Dynamics affecting Behavioral Responses
- Gain a clinical view of the "necessity" of some behaviors as distinguished from justification or excuse making
- Improve treatment considerations to extinguish unwanted behavior by virtue of making those patterns of behavior "unnecessary"

Presenter:  Dr Ray Watson, Core Faculty at Capella University, has over 40,000 hours of clinical experience treating a wide range of behavioral conditions as well as mood disorders.  He is the published author "Putting Power in Your Perceptions", the former producer and host of the "Off the Couch with Dr Ray" syndicated radio shown over 350 stations across that US and has over 1,000 professional presentations to his credit.  In addition to his teaching activities, he currently provides AeroMedical consulting to major airlines for policy and regulatory considerations for pilot health, as well as direct remote counseling services for professional pilots.

Is THAT really necessary?

Twelve-Step Recovery: An Overview

This webinar provides an overview of twelve-step recovery and why it can be an excellent resource for clients in treatment. Dr. Davis will discuss several elements and philosophies of twelve-step recovery including the disease model, powerlessness, step work, sponsorship, honesty, higher power, open-mindedness, and willingness. 


Register 12-Step Recovery

Lost Boys:  Trends in Identity Confusion and How to Support

Heather Lindstrom, MS, LPC

Social Counselor, Uplift Education



Understand the areas of identity confusion in young men and boys

Examine the effects of gender identity issues

Discuss methods to support identity development to promote overall achievement

Register for LOST BOYS

Best Practices in Telemental Health 

Raymond Barrett, LMHC, BC-TMH

Ray is the owner of the Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC. He has provided telemental health counseling services extensively in private practice, for facilities, and for an EAP program. He has developed several courses on telemental health and ensures his courses are kept updated. Trainees find Ray to be very approachable, available, and knowledgeable. He has presented on telebehavioral health at several conferences and has assisted many private practices to begin and enhance their telehealth programs through his private consultations.


This webinar will provide you a broad overview of the following aspects of telemental health (TMH):

The need for TMH







How to choose technology

Emergency management planning

The setup of the environment

Preparation of the client

The most common mistakes

How to obtain further training


The challenge of adhering to practicing within one’s boundaries of competence:


You can only assess your competency in telemental health if you know the list of competencies to assess. This webinar is not intended to cover all of the competencies of telemental health, but to inform you of how to assess your competency and to provide you a broad overview of the competencies of TMH. 


The Telehealth Certification Institute, LLC ( is an approved training provider for the Board Certified TeleMental Health Provider (BC-TMH) credential. The BC-TMH credential is provided by a highly respected national organization, the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE), an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). The BC-TMH credential is based on established credentialing standards and has been rigorously reviewed by many telemental health experts across most behavioral health professions.


The Pieces of My Life

Suzette V. Sorrells, MS Ed, QBHP, NCE, IN ANSA 2.4

Holistic therapy encompasses the whole person as a system incorporating an integrated approach for mental health treatment. Compatible therapies for holistic therapy are CBT, Existential, Art and Music therapies, Humanistic and Behavioral and successfully supports children / adolescents, addictions / SUD, mental health and diverse populations. This presentation will include an original concept of holistic therapy, blank puzzles the client uses to describe aspects and characteristics and traits of his/her life. 



Transformative Online Supervision

Theresa Kascsak, PhD, LPCS, NCC, RPT-S, LSC(NC)

Nicole M. Arcuri Sanders, PhD, ACS, LPC, NCC, BC-TMH,



The presenters will actively demonstrate their transformative and creative approaches to supervision in the online environment utilizing both the Discrimination Model (Bernard & Goodyear, 2014) and a psychodynamic approach (Bomba, 2011). In online supervision, there is an increased need to provide formative feedback that matches the needs of a diverse cadre of supervisees. Developing practices for gauging interpersonal development and skill acquisition are imperative to ensure supervision outcomes (Cicco, 2013) and facilitate counselor identify development.


Professional Development Groups: Using Adlerian theory to promote professionalism and wellness among counseling professionals and students

Dale V Wayman, PhD, LCAC, LMHC, ACS


Adlerian theory has much to offer in the delivery of professional development groups. The theory, process and structure of Adlerian theory demonstrates its usefulness in the education, training in wellness, and supervision of counseling professionals and students.


Legal and Ethical Considerations in TeleMental Health

Barb Wilson, Ph.D. LPC, CPCS, LMHC, NCC, BC-TMH


TeleMental Health (TMH) is a quickly growing option for Mental Health services. The TMH format removes some barriers that might otherwise prevent clients from accessing counseling resources. This webinar gives professionals an introductory view at the legal and ethical considerations related to TeleMental Health. Participants will gain knowledge, learn related vocabulary, and identify resources for additional training.


Indiana Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2015. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Indiana Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.”