This 6-hour core clinical program will provide important
information in a systematic, readily understandable
and easily digestible way about how to integrate
emerging neuroscience into your clinical practice
in a clinically appropriate and ethically compliant manner.
We will uncover and explore the foundational knowledge base
of emerging affective neuroscience that is fundamentally
reshaping the field of mental health practice and changing
what is considered best practices in the 21st Century.
This new information will not overwrite or negate
the approaches and techniques you are already using
effectively in your clinical work, but will rather expand
and enhance your effectiveness with a deeper understanding
about what works and why it works – while also providing
new options based upon better science.
This is the second program of a series of programs
designed to help Master’s level clinicians advance
their knowledge base in the integration of neuroscience
into their practice.
This program will provide extensive handouts to support
the acquisition of knowledge in this area.
Upon completing our workshop, you will be able to:
1. Describe some of the most important foundational
knowledge from emerging neuroscience that is relevant
for clinical practice but largely unexplored by most
Master’s level clinicians.
2. Identify the areas of neuroscience that are
most relevant to the work that you do and the population(s)
that you work with.
3. Incorporate the key vocabulary of affective neuroscience
into your clinical knowledge base.
4. Apply your knowledge of neuroscience and other emerging
clinical knowledge to extending your skills in a clinically
appropriate and ethically compliant manner.
5. Utilize emerging knowledge to provide more precise,
concise and effective psychoeducation to clients as
an adjunct to direct client-clinician interaction.
6. Integrate knowledge from neuroscience into current
approaches and techniques such as CBT, DBT, EFT, systems
and psychodynamic approaches in order to extend
7. Apply 21st Century case conceptualization
Conference Agenda (10:00 AM to 5:00 PM with breaks)
• 10:00 – 10:30 am Introduction and establishment
of a learning environment
• 10:30 - 11:30 am The key concepts and vocabulary
of 21st Century affective neuroscience
• 11:30 - Noon: Overview of where the science is at
and implications for clinical practice with regard to
major modalities of clinical practice.
• Noon – 12:30 pm: Lunch
• 12:30 - 1:45 pm: Neuroscience, case conceptualization
• 1:45 - 2:00 pm Break
• 2:00 - 3:30 pm Scenario analysis exploring
utilization of principles from affective neuroscience
• 3:30 – 3:45 pm Break
• 3:45 – 5 PM Continued scenario analysis;
integration of material and discussion; summary and wrap-up;
For your convenience, you may attend either day that is most convenient for your schedule - with no need to advise yourceus.com of your choice of days prior to the training. This allows for flexibility should your schedule change at the last minute.
6 CORE Hours live webinar (synchronous) contact hours of continuing education have been approved by the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (LPCA CE Approval #2024-02-13-2040LW)
This program was approved for 6 core hours of Continuing Education by the National Association of Social Workers – GA Chapter, as authorized by the GA Composite Board.
About your trainer:
Charlie Safford, LCSW President of yourceus.com
Over 40 years of experience as a clinician
30+ years developing and delivering training
programs in the mental health arena.
Special interest in ethics in mental health
Special interest in emerging neuroscience
& evidence-based practice.
Over 22 years in operation
Strategic teaming agreements with numerous
Participant comments on our programs
"I learned so much"
"Interesting and enjoyable."
Full refunds will be issued
up to 14 days prior to the conference.
Cancellations received less than two weeks
from the start of the conference
will be refunded at 80% of the conference costs
up until the day before
Cancellations received after the last day
before the start of the conference
will not be refunded, but 50% of the paid
amount may be applied towards other live
or online courses from yourceus.com.
At yourceus.com, Inc. (“the Company”) we aim
to provide the highest quality continuing education
for mental health clinicians in accordance with
the highest ethical standards of integrity.
Our grievance policies and procedures were developed
to provide guidelines for the systematic receipt,
documentation, evaluation, resolution and response
to customer grievances in a timely and conﬁdential manner.
A grievance is defined as: Customer complaint or expression
of dissatisfaction regarding service delivery, or any
expression of dissatisfaction related to the quality
of continuing education courses provided, requests
for refunds, cancellation policy, non-receipt of certificates
of completion, the ease of use of the services provided
by the Company, or any other aspect of the provision of
CE services offered by the Company.
Customer expresses dissatisfaction verbally or in writing.
A representative of the Company will attempt to resolve
situation with the customer either verbally or in writing.
If this is not possible, then the representative
of the Company who receives complaint shall notify
Charles D. Safford, LCSW, CE Director who will document
the complaint in the Grievance Log. The Grievance Log
shall include the following information. Customer name;
Nature of complaint; Identification of those involved;
Date complaint received and by whom; Summary of
follow-up activities; Date grievance referred
to Executive Committee, if necessary; Date of resolution
Charles D. Safford, LCSW, CE Director will be responsible
for collecting relevant information about the grievance,
for taking action to resolve the grievance and for documenting
Charles D. Safford, LCSW, CE Director will attempt to resolve
the complaint between the parties involved. If no satisfaction
results, Charles D. Safford, LCSW, CE Director will present
the situation to the Executive Committee for a decision.
Thirty days after expressing grievance, the customer will
receive in writing all grievance facts and decisions.
All information, including Grievance Log, will be sent
to appropriate contract monitors thirty days after
the end of the month.
Upon receipt of any grievance, this procedure will be provided
to the customer and the procedures will ensue until successful
resolution of the complaint.
If this procedure is not clear to the customer, or there are
any questions, the customer may call the President
of the Company at 770-634-6551.
A record of all grievances will be maintained by the Company,
to include all grievance reports, a record of all actions taken
to address the grievance, whether the complaint was made
to the provider, ASWB, or another entity.
A copy of Grievance procedures will be provided upon request
to any customer who files a grievance, and notification
of this right to receive a copy of these grievance policies
will be noted in the Policies section on the Company web site.