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    • 10/09/2020
    • (EDT)
    • 10/09/2021
    • (EDT)


    Conceptualizing effective trauma treatment through the lens of polyvagal theory requires counselor and client to engage in a process of co-regulation. Utilizing creative approaches which activate the right-brain processing mode, such as sandtray therapy, promote client’s successful transition from a place of high alert or immobilization to a sense of safety and healing. This session explains a step-by-step integrative approach through the use of case studies and empirical evidence.

    Learning objectives:

    1. Participants will combine constructs from polyvagal theory and sandtray therapy, and apply them to practical discussions of clinical case studies.

    2. Participants will evaluate the benefits and limitations of implementing polyvagal theory and sandtray therapy in trauma treatment.

    3. Participants will discuss research findings from the literature examining the efficacy of creative modalities for trauma treatment.

    Presenter bio:

    Dr. Maya Georgieva is a licensed professional counselor in both Virginia and Maryland. She is also a full-time college professor at the graduate counseling program at Messiah University in Pennsylvania. She has presented on the topics of counseling, mental health, and wellness at local, national, and international conferences.  

    As a clinician, she specializes in treating anxiety in adult, teen, and pre-teen clients by intentionally integrating mindfulness meditation exercises into counseling sessions. Dr. Georgieva's counseling approach is based on a holistic understanding of wellness, which combines kindness with science. Her professional certification in Humanistic Sandtray Therapy allows her to bring playfulness and creativity to her clinical practice. As a personal self-care practice, she has been taking QiGong moving meditation classes since 2015

    1 NBCC clock hours earned.

    Registration:

    This pre-recorded session was offered during the 2020 MCA Conference. To purchase access to all of the recorded content from the conference, please reach out to Cathie Eaton, MCA Event Registrar.


    The Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) is an NBCC - Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No 2021. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. MCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.  

    Questions? Reach out to Dr. Maya Georgieva at Credentialing@MDCounseling.org



    • 11/21/2020
    • 10:00 AM (EST)
    • 12/31/2030
    • 11:30 AM (EST)
    • Zoom
    Register


    After you register for this event, reach out to Maya Georgieva, MASERVIC President at maservic@MDCounseling.org for the link to the recorded webinar.  

    During this experiential session, participants will learn about the fundamentals of liberation psychology, and how indigenous practices can provide therapeutic tools for healing through liberation. Specifically, participants will learn about indigenous healing practices through activities, discussions, and exploration of their interests in these practices, and how to integrate these practices into their own clinical work.  

    Learning objectives:

    1) Participants will be able to list culturally-responsive ways to explore the integration of indigenous healing into their clinical practice.

    2) Participants will be able to identify their interests in indigenous healing practices.

    3) Participants will be able to identify at least two indigenous healing practices.

    Presenters' bios:


    Ana Guadalupe Reyes, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, CHST, is Reiki Master and Shamanic Practitioner. Ana intentionally integrates holistic approaches into their clinical practice to accompany clients through their healing process. As an engaged activist and scholar, Ana actively participates in community forums about immigration and advocacy efforts in support of racialized and marginalized communities.


    Michael Ryan, LGPC, NCC is a high school counselor and therapist in Montgomery County, Maryland. He uses shamanic skills and healing in his personal life, and has performed ancestral healings, divinations, and dream interpretations for others. He was in the process of becoming a shamanic practitioner before the COVID-19 pandemic. He has completed the 9-month Soul Compass Path with Stephanie Seger, and is currently studying with Christina Pratt at the Last Mask Center.

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    The Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2021, and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC Credit are clearly identified. MCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs

    As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. uses all funds to support the mission, vision, purpose, and needs for counselors in the State of Maryland. Therefore, all registration fees are final and non-refundable.”

    1.5 NBCC clock hours earned.

    Registration fees:

    • Professional rate: 25.00
    • MCA members: 15.00 
    • MASERVIC members: 10.00

    (MCA & MASERVIC members, reach out to Dr. Maya Georgieva, MASERVIC President at maservic@MDCounseling.org to request your special registration code.)

    Location:

    The Zoom link will be emailed to you by 11:59 pm EST on November 20.




    Questions? Reach out to Dr. Maya Georgieva at maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 04/27/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for students, pre-licensed and licensed clinicians.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The Zoom link will be sent out by 11:59 pm, the day before each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President-Elect

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    (240) 426-8344


    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.


    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 04/27/2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    • 20
    Register


    • 05/11/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for students, pre-licensed and licensed clinicians.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The Zoom link will be sent out by 11:59 pm, the day before each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President-Elect

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    (240) 426-8344


    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.


    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 05/14/2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING EVENTS

    Please join us on the following dates via Zoom during EST:

    March 22, 2021 at 12:00pm 

    April 16, 2021 at 12:00pm

    May 14, 2021 at 5:00pm

    June 14, 2021 at 5:00pm

    Take a break and connect with your counseling community!

    -Share Internship/Employment Opportunities

    -Connect with MCA Leaders

    -Find out what MCA is all about!

    Event Facilitator: Marybeth Heather, LCPC, ACS, NCC, CTMH

    MCA Professional Networking Chair

    Cost $5.00

    All Funds collected will be donated to the MCA Scholarship Fund

    Look for future Monthly Networking Events!

    Questions?  Contact Marybeth Heather via email at

    Networking@MDCounseling.org

    Registration Questions? Contact Cathie Eaton via email at 

    Events@MDCounseling.org


    MCA, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization

    • 05/25/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for students, pre-licensed and licensed clinicians.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The Zoom link will be sent out by 11:59 pm, the day before each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President-Elect

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    (240) 426-8344


    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.


    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 05/25/2021
    • 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    • 06/05/2021
    • 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register
    • Collaborative Active Imagination through Telehealth: Use of Images, Metaphor and Symbols in Play Therapy by Dee Preston-Dillon, M.A., Ph.D on Saturday, June 5th, 2:30-5:30pm via Zoom.

      Counselors witness trauma from their clients, and carry the weight of personal stories from family and community. We have had many years of challenges, many too painful to share, that have been judged and shamed, often distorted, and nested in deep memory. While empathy can emerge from personal knowledge of trauma, it can damage counselor perception and competency. It is vital for mental health professionals to do their own personal work and build skills that enhance safety for themselves and clients. Collaborative active imaginationuses metaphor, small objects and images to witness life stories, reclaim truth from trauma and repair debilitating wounds. It is an approach to guide clients in a collaborative process, based on client readiness, repairing trust through the privacy of silence and the imagination.

      During this experiential session we will touch on three principles to guide the use of collaborative active imagination and demonstrate activities for use with telehealth. Objectives: 1) identify two guiding principles for exploring client concerns, supervision and counselor process using collaborative active imagination, 2) attend to ethical considerations when using creative exploration through telehealth, 3) describe ways to develop counselor perception and skills using images and objects, 4)  explain aspects of culture and diversity that can be explored during collaborative active imagination,and 5) describe benefits and risks with counselor use of symbols, metaphors and images. 

      Dee Preston-Dillon, M.A., Ph.D., is a clinician educator, professor of psychology and the founder of the Center for Culture and Sandplay and The Sand Therapy Training Institute. Her cross-cultural research bridged psychology and anthropology critiquing Western therapeutic approaches from three indigenous perspectives. For 45 years she has grounded her work in therapeutic metaphor and deepening the clinical process. Dr. Dee focuses on research and clinical competency when presenting at national and international conferences. She emphasizes that therapists should develop a keen awareness of their own visceral and intuitive experience, attune to layers of meaning . . . be an alert gatekeeper and attentive witness, and remain mindful of client safety and depth.Dr. Dee’s live, virtual and prerecorded courses integrate theory, practice and ethics with experiential demonstrations. Website: Sandtherapytraining.com

      Registration Fees:

      $20 MCA Students/Retirees,

      $30 MCA Professional/Life Members

      $40 Professional Non-members

      Attendees will receive at least 3 NBCC credit hours for this live presentation with the completion of course evaluation or a successful test score after viewing the recording.  Recorded content will be available until September 30, 2021 and shared with a confirmed registration.

      Registration Questions?  Please contact Cathie Eaton at Events@MDCounseling.org 

      Questions about CEs?  Please contact Credentialing@MDCounseling.org

      The Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2021, and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC Credit are clearly identified. MCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.  

      Refund Policy: As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the Maryland Counseling Association, Inc. uses all funds to support the mission, vision, purpose, and needs for counselors in the State of Maryland. Therefore, all registration fees are final and non-refundable.

    • 06/08/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for students, pre-licensed and licensed clinicians.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The Zoom link will be sent out by 11:59 pm, the day before each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President-Elect

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    (240) 426-8344


    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.


    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 06/14/2021
    • 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING EVENTS

    Please join us on the following dates via Zoom during EST:

    March 22, 2021 at 12:00pm 

    April 16, 2021 at 12:00pm

    May 14, 2021 at 5:00pm

    June 14, 2021 at 5:00pm

    Take a break and connect with your counseling community!

    -Share Internship/Employment Opportunities

    -Connect with MCA Leaders

    -Find out what MCA is all about!

    Event Facilitator: Marybeth Heather, LCPC, ACS, NCC, CTMH

    MCA Professional Networking Chair

    Cost $5.00

    All Funds collected will be donated to the MCA Scholarship Fund

    Look for future Monthly Networking Events!

    Questions?  Contact Marybeth Heather via email at

    Networking@MDCounseling.org

    Registration Questions? Contact Cathie Eaton via email at 

    Events@MDCounseling.org


    MCA, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization

    • 06/22/2021
    • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    Register


    This open group is sponsored by the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) and Maryland's Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (MASERVIC).

    Please join us. Bring your lunch/coffee.


    We cultivate a supporting environment for students, pre-licensed and licensed clinicians.

    Suggested topics:

    • Issues in counseling related to faith/spirituality;
    • Goodness of fit between client and counselor values;
    • Impact of current socio-political issues on your clinical work;
    • Self-care practice related to faith/spirituality;
    • Case consultations;
    • Helpful resources.  

    The Zoom link will be sent out by 11:59 pm, the day before each meeting.

    Together we can thrive, collaborate with hope, and learn to accept uncertainty!

    Facilitators:

    Marilyn Spenadel, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President-Elect

    marilynspenadel@gmail.com 

    (240) 426-8344


    Contact me if you have any questions or ideas.


    Maya Georgieva, Ed. D, LCPC, ACS

    MASERVIC President

    maservic@MDCounseling.org



    • 06/29/2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom
    • 25
    Register


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03/05/2021 Qigong Moving Meditation: Self-Care for Counselors
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02/12/2021 MCA Self-Care and Compassion for the Counselor by Dr. Veronica M. Wanzer, PhD, LCPC
02/02/2021 Feb 2 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Helping Professionals
01/25/2021 MCSJ: Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
01/22/2021 MCA Social Networking
01/19/2021 Jan 19 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
01/13/2021 Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Major Depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by Dr. Misty Borst, MD
01/10/2021 MCA 2020 Annual Conference: Cultivating Growth 20 Pre-Recorded Webinars
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12/20/2020 MAMCFC: Couch Talk: Navigating COVID-19 During the Holidays
12/13/2020 MAMCFC: Couch Talk: Navigating COVID-19 During the Holidays
12/12/2020 Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Counselor Education
12/12/2020 MAMCD Graduate Student Seminar
12/12/2020 MAMCD&ACCA Present: Hindsight in 2020: Supporting BIPOC Students
12/08/2020 Dec 8 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
12/05/2020 MAMCD Presents a Symposium on Multicultural Counseling in the Era of COVID-19
11/23/2020 MCSJ & MAMCD Present: A Restorative Justice Circle for BIPOC Therapists
11/21/2020 MAMCD Fall Workshop: Supporting BIPOC Students, Clients, Colleagues, and Communities During Challenging Times
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11/15/2020 MCSJ: Day of Wellness Symposium
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09/01/2020 Sep 1 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists
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08/18/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (Aug 18)
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08/05/2020 Working with Angry Clients: Techniques, Interventions, and Activities
08/04/2020 Bi-Weekly Spirituality Peer Support Group for Therapists (Aug 4)
07/31/2020 Clinical Assessment Across-Cultures: Implications for Counselors Avoidance of Myopic Clinical Evaluations
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06/19/2020 Motivation and Career Engagement in the Time of COVID-19
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05/22/2020 Webinar-Finding Peace, Meaning and Connection During this Health Crisis and Beyond: Clinician Skill-Building; Integrating Mind, Body and Soul
05/15/2020 Webinar-Count on Me
04/24/2020 Integrating Spirituality into Counseling #3 (A Web Series)
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02/21/2020 Integrating Spirituality into Counseling: A Web Series
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08/15/2019 Webinar-The Importance of Pre-assessment in Suicide Prevention
07/13/2019 2019 ACA Ethics Deep Dive Workshop
05/04/2019 May the 4th - MCA Awards Event!
05/04/2019 May the 4th Be With You (1CE!): Past MCA President Panel Webinar
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04/13/2019 MAMCD 2019 Conference
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03/02/2019 “Helping Clients Cope with Pet Grief and Loss”
02/16/2019 Interpersonal Aspects of LGBTQ Clients’ Self-Acceptance
11/10/2018 Free CE MASERVIC Workshop!
10/13/2018 MAMCD 2018 Fall Workshop-Breaking Into Private Practice: For the Minority Professional Counselor & Strengthen the Integrity of Counseling Professionals
09/22/2018 MCSJ Workshop: Law Enforcement and Counselors: Courageous Conversations About How Clinicians and Officers Can Work Together to Best Serve the Community and Clients
08/18/2018 MCSJ Workshop: Examining Intersectionality, Privilege & Oppression: Strategies for Counselors to Enhance Multicultural & Social Justice Advocacy
05/19/2018 What Brings You to Life? Awakening Your Spiritual Essence
04/21/2018 MAMCD CONFERENCE 2018: Substance Use Disorder & Opioid Epidemic: A Multicultural View of the Crisis
03/24/2018 ACA Ethics Deep Dive Workshop
02/24/2018 MAMCD Workshop: Beyond White Privilege: Exploring the Effects and Outcomes of Racism and White Supremacy in Counseling People of Color
02/21/2018 MCA Advocacy Day
11/01/2017 MCA's Annual Conference PDI: Active Mindfulness
04/22/2017 MAMCD 2017: Multicultural Counseling: A Perspective of Best Practices for Helping the Diverse, Marginalized, and Oppressed
04/30/2016 Black Men: Bullying, Trauma & Resilience
04/19/2016 SHEPPARD PRATT INVITES YOU TO A SPECIAL SCREENING OF: Touched with Fire
04/16/2016 MAMCD Annual Spring Conference
02/27/2016 Winter Workshop Sponsored by the Maryland Association of Marriage and Family Counseling
11/13/2015 Annual Conference: Trauma-Informed Counseling Part II
11/12/2015 Annual Conference: Trauma-Informed Counseling Part I
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04/26/2014 2014 MCA Election
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09/21/2013 MCA Social
09/19/2013 MCDA Third Thursday Event
08/01/2013 DSM-V: An Insider's Perspective
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05/31/2013 MAMHC Meeting
05/04/2013 A Morning With Mark: An Afternoon with the Arts

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