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Audio Recordings of MFT Seminars

Hello WISR MFT students and others interested in MFT seminars,

Audio recordings (in mp4 format) are now available for many of our recent seminars. We will make strong efforts to make all future MFT seminars available (at least for a few months at a time, depending on the size of the files), as well. And, our seminars and events may often be made available.

These files are stored on the Google Drive of a specially created account for that purpose. To access the Google Drive with these audio (and once in a while video as well) files, go to the following e-mail account through gmail account.

User name: courseaudiovideo@wisr.edu

To obtain the password for this gmail account, please contact WISR President, John Bilorusky at: johnb@wisr.edu

The following seminars are so far available, and more will be added over time:

1) 2015/11/7 Ronald Mah’s MFT seminar on Psychopathology and Diagnostic Principles—two segments [that is, two separate files], part one and part two. (This seminar was the second of a two part series , focusing on learning differences, Aspergers, and giftedness.)

2) 2015/10/24 Shawna Sodersten’s MFT seminar on Attachment Theory (the second of a two part series)

3) 2015/9/26 Shawna Sodersten’s MFT seminar on Attachment Theory (the first of a two part series)

4) 2015/8/29 Brian Gerrard’s MFT seminar on Psychological Type—Myer-Briggs (MBTI)

5) 2015/6/6 Ronald Mah’s MFT seminar on Professional Ethics and Law (the second of a two part series).

 

Critique of the DSM

From Seminar Given by WISR Faculty Member, Dr. Brian Gerrard, 12/19/15:

Overview Statement regarding the seminar

Currently there is a pdf file and a powerpoint presentation file of Brian Gerrard’s seminar available at courseaudiovideo@wisr.edu

These files are stored on the Google Drive of a specially created account for that purpose. To access the Google Drive with these audio (and once in a while video as well) files, go to the following e-mail account through gmail account.  User name: courseaudiovideo@wisr.edu

To obtain the password for this gmail account, please contact WISR President, John Bilorusky at: johnb@wisr.edu

 

 

Career Development Tools for the Professional Counselor

April 20 and May 25, 2013, Suzanne Quijano, MBA, MFTI, WISR Alumna:     1) pdf   2) powerpoint

Powerpoint Presentation from Seminar by WISR faculty member, Brian Gerrard, PhD, 8/29/15.

Pdf of Presentation from Seminar by WISR faculty member, Brian Gerrard, PhD, 8/29/15

PSYCHOLOGICAL TYPE –MYERS BRIGGS (MBTI)
Saturday, August 29, 2015, 10am -2 pm Brian Gerrard, PhD, WISR Faculty
Please RSVP gerrardb@roadrunner.com if you plan to participate by webinar from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Log on to: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/942803309 You can also dial in using your phone. United States +1 (646) 749-3122
Access Code: 942-803-309
Psychological Type is the personality system developed by psychiatrist Carl Jung and made popular by Katharine Cook Briggs and Isabel Briggs Myers who developed the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). The MBTI is the most widely used personality test and emphasizes client strengths on 4 dimensions: Introversion-Extraversion; Sensing-Intuition; Thinking-Feeling; and Judging-Perceiving. The seminar will teach you how to identify your, and others’, psychological type and how to use this information in case planning. Students planning to attend this seminar may wish to take the free online psychological type inventory at http://www.humanmetrics.com/hr/JTypesResult.aspx

 

Case Management

First seminar, October 28, 2017, Monika Scott-Davis, LMFT, WISR Faculty Member

Pdf of Presentation from Seminar by WISR faculty member, Monika Scott-Davis, LMFT, 10/28/17