• Maryland Board Certified

  • Three CEUs each course

  • Taught by field expert

  • Post course support

  • Skills can be used immediately

  • Small face to face class 

  • Network with area clinicians


Must attend if you are a mental health professional interested in the new frontier of Eco-therapy. Nature-informed Psychotherapy (NIPT) explores nature-based methods of psychological healing, grounded in the belief that nature has Profound mental health effects.

3 CEU's for Category A by the Board of professional Counselors and Therapists.

Only Credit for Category 2 for social work, no CEU's. 


This seminar is for mental health professionals who want to enhance their understanding of neuroscience, particularly with the treatment of anxiety. This seminar will help clinicians include neuroscientific knowledge into counseling sessions. Specifically, you will
discover client friendly explanations of relevant neuroscientific concepts which often enhance client engagement in treatment.

3 CEU's for Category 1 by the Board of Social Work Examiners. 

3 CEU's for Category A by the Board of professional Counselors and Therapists.

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Thank you so much for a fantastic seminar today. I really appreciated how you applied neuropsychology to clinical work. I think this approach is much more accessible and flexible than the standard CBT approach. You covered a lot of ground today and integrated it all masterfully​"

Adam P, Ph.D. - New York

The information you shared and the way you shared it was empowering and healing for me personally. It will take me some time to figure out why that happened exactly. I felt a strong spiritual energy with the concepts you illustrated. They may have shown a light upon the chambers of my own mind. Whenever I find myself in a hypnotic state like I did yesterday I know that something important is happening!"

Mike - Salt Lake City

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