Each year, the Master of Science in Family Therapy (MSFT) program plays host to a series of lectures focusing on a particular topic or variety of topics to provide a brief and yet informative presentation relevant to the mental-health field. In addition to gaining useful information on clinical application, clinicians can earn continuing-education credit by attending (1 forum = 1 hour of CEU). Mental-health professionals and students are invited to bring a sack lunch and join us from noon to 1 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month in the Marriage and Family Therapy facility.
2013-14 Noontime Forum Presenters and Topics:
Check back this fall for the 2013-14 season schedule.
2012-13 Noontime Forum Presenters and Topics:
Sept. 12, 2012
"Sex Therapy: A Personal Journey"
JoLynn Bright, LCMFT
Oct. 10, 2012
"Working with LGBT Clients"
Michael Baker, LCMFT, LAC
Nov. 14, 2012
"Budgeting with Couples"
Adam Gragg, LCMFT
Dec. 12, 2012
"Supporting Disclosure: Lowering Barriers When Discussing Sexual Assault"
Horace Santry, Outreach Educator, Wichita Area Sexual Assault Center
Jan. 9, 2013
"Therapeutic Self Care: Taking Care of You"
Jacklyn Derstein, MS., LMFT
Feb. 13, 2013
"Music Therapy 101"
Wyatt Sheeder, MT-BC, HPMT
March 13, 2013
"Couples Therapy: Recovery and Repair after Infidelity"
Jennifer J. Bruening, LCMFT
April 10, 2013
Michael Hunter, Licensed Addiction Counselor and MINT member
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Be sure to check this Web page for new events, changes, updates or cancellations. For more information, please contact us at MSFTNoontimeForum@friends.edu.