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SAN FERNANDO VALLEY CHAPTER
(CA 06) updated 1/20
Geographical area served:
San Fernando Valley, Ventura County, Los Angeles
Permanent Chapter Contact Information:
Charles M Litman Ph.D MFT
Foundations Recovery Network: 17167 Ventura Blvd. Encino, Ca. 91316
Chapter meeting dates/times:
Ten chapter meetings per year. Normally the 4th Friday of the month. Meeting times are Registration and networking 8:30 AM-9:00 AM. Program is 9:00 AM-11:00 AM.
Why should I attend?
Chapter meetings are a great way to make professional contacts, network, discover new resources, and develop new skills.
A segment of each meeting is dedicated to the introduction of members and non-members. We encourage all attendees to make announcements about upcoming events, news related to the field, and job opportunities. After announcements, an educational training is presented.
Each training provides a minimum of 1.5 pre-approved professional development hours (PDH).
Cost to attend meeting:
Members - $15.00
Non-members - $20.00
For more information about our chapter or upcoming meetings, contact:
UPCOMING MEETING SCHEDULE:
January 24, 2020
Supporting Families and Friends of Law Enforcement in the Workplace & in Therapy
Presenter: Tia Brisco
Explore the main issues and concerns of families and friends of law enforcement
Identify the most common clinical themes in therapy
Practice key ways to support them in the workplace and in therapy
January 9th was National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Most people recognize the sacrifices and risks that come with the job when officers put their life on the line every day. However, we often fail to realize that their families and friends also make sacrifices and can feel isolated in their workplaces. All too frequently, friends and spouses of law enforcement go un-noticed until tragedy happens. In this seminar, we are going to discuss increasing awareness and emotional support for family of law enforcement. We will cover the most common issues that they have to face and how Human Resources and counselors can best address the needs and the concerns.
Tia Brisco is a licensed marriage and family therapist, specializing in multi-cultural based treatment and working with children in under-served communities. She currently operates a private practice in Northridge, CA, where she provides child/adolescent therapy, family therapy, and treatment for college students. Before becoming a therapist, Tia taught special education preschool for six years, where her love for diversity and public speaking fostered. Tia continues to provide trainings and workshops throughout Los Angeles County to assist clinicians in working with diverse populations.
2 CE Presentation (without break)
9 - 11 am Presentation
Tarzana Treatment Center
6022 Variel Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA
For details, special accommodations or to RSVP, please contact Naheed Awan (240) 381-8154 email@example.com.
EAPA SFV meets the fourth Friday at each month for 2 CE presentation.
Charles M Litman Ph.D MFT
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