Qualifications

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Resources

Resources

Patrica Crittenden and The Dynamic Maturational Model

Dr. Patricia Crittenden’s website for The Family Relations Institute, Miami, Florida, has numerous resources that can help you to learn more about attachment and the Dynamic Maturational Model. You can go to Pat’s website here. There are articles on attachment and also a Dynamical Maturational Model chart where you can click on various attachment classifications in order to read about them. While they are very brief they do give an idea about them.

John Gottman and The Gottman Institute

Dr. John Gottman’s website, which you can visit here, also there are resources available. We recommend to couples his book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work, and also Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, both for parents for use with their children, but also to individuals and couples to help them get an idea of the parenting style that their own parents used with them. Dr. Patricia Crittenden’s website for The Family Relations Institute, Miami, Florida, has numerous resources that can help you to learn more about attachment and the Dynamic Maturational Model. You can go to Pat’s website here. There are articles on attachment and also a Dynamical Maturational Model chart where you can click on various attachment classifications in order to read about them. While they are very brief they do give an idea about them.

Albert Ellis and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy

For more information about REBT and Dr. Albert Ellis just click here. As you may know already, we use REBT as an integral part of Attachment Centred Therapy, because it is a key tool for eliminating errors of information processing. This website, too, has many resources available.

Neurolinguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy and Time Line Therapy

There are also numerous websites devoted to NLP and hypnotherapy. We don’t have any particular ones to recommend here. But we can recommend that you might want to consider taking an NLP course just to better equip you for dealing with your own mind.

Education

Master’s Degree in Agency Counseling, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, 1992.

Juris Doctorate, Tulane University School of Law, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1974.

Bachelor of Arts, Drama & Speech, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama, 1970.

Military Service

United States Army, 1965-1968

Instructor, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY, 1968

Operations Officer, Gunnery Department, O.C.S. Branch, US Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, OK., 1967-1968.

Gunnery Instructor, O.C.S. Branch, US Army Artillery and Missile School, Ft. Sill, OK., 1966-1967.

Distinguished Military Graduate, Officer Candidate Branch, US Army Artillery and Missile School, Fort Sill, OK, 1966.

Professional Publications

Sexual Addiction in the Workplace: An EAP Perspective. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, Vol. 4, Number 2, 1997.

Sexual Harassment as Sexual Addiction. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, Vol. 2, Number 2, 1995.

Professional Presentations

Separation, Loss and Grief; Dynamic Maturational Model Discussion Group, 9/2020 (1 hr)

Attachment Centred Therapy; Dynamic Maturational Model Discussion Group, 6/2020 (1 hr)

Attachment Centred Therapy; IASA 10 Year Celebration Conference, Florence, Italy, June 2018, (1hr).

Multiple Addictions and Addiction Interaction Disorder; Beroendedagen [Addiction Conference], Stockholm, Sweden, September 2014, (1 hr.).

Healing the Broken Bond: Using Attachment Centred Therapy as a means of assessing and intervening with attachment and other difficulties; Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, September 2013, (1.25 hrs).

A Comparison of Two Sex Addicts using the Experiences in Close Relationships Questionnaire and the Adult Attachment Interview, Dynamic Maturational Model; Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, October 2010 (1.25 hrs).

A Comparison of Two Sex Addicts using the Experiences in Close Relationships Questionnaire and the Adult Attachment Interview, Dynamic Maturational Model; International Association for the Study of Attachment, Cambridge, England, UK, August 2010 (1.5 hrs).

The Broken Bond: Attachment Disorder as a Precursor to Addiction and other Dysfunctional Behaviours, Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, San Francisco, California, September 2005 (1.25 hrs).

Attachment and Eating Disorders, The National Center for Eating Disorders, Cobham, Surrey, UK, January, 2005 (1 hr).

Sexual Addiction and Sexual Anorexia. UK/European Symposium on Addictive Disorders, London, England, April, 2004 (1.5 hrs).

An Introduction to Sexual Addiction Assessment and Treatment. Medical Educational Services, Nashville, TN, December 5, 2002, Indianapolis, IN, December 6, 2002 (6 hrs).

An Introduction to Time Line Therapy Techniques. Medical Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama, April 26, 2002 (6 hrs).

An Introduction to Sexual Addiction Assessment and Treatment. Medical Educational Services, Birmingham, Alabama, April 25, 2002 (6 hrs).

Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity: Diagnosis and Intervention. Bradford Health Care Services, Birmingham, Alabama, August, 2001 (4 hrs).

Neurolinguistic Programming Practitioner Training, Alabama Therapy Associates, Birmingham, Alabama, 2001 (130 hrs).

Time Line Therapy Techniques for Intervention. Central Alabama Rehabilitation Environment, Birmingham, Alabama, April, 1999 (1 hr).

Relationship Actualization: a model for relationship recovery. Sex, Spirituality and Joy, National Conference, The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, St. Louis, Missouri, April, 1999 (2 hrs).

Stress Management. Addiction Recovery Program, Center for Psychiatric Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, January, 1999 (1.25 hrs).

Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll: treating sexual addiction. Alabama Association of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, Birmingham, Alabama, September, 1998 (4 hrs).

Sexual Harassment and Sexual Addiction. Addiction Recovery Program, Center for Psychiatric Medicine, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, August, 1998 (1.25 hrs).

Stress Management for Professionals. Birmingham Health Care for the Homeless Coalition, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama, January, 1998 (1 hr).

Professional, Legal & Ethical issues for EAPs. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, May, 1997 (4 hrs).

Jabberwocky: Legal Bandersnatches for EAPs. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, May, 1996 (2 hrs).

Sex in the Workplace: Considerations for Employee Assistance Professionals. Celebrating Life, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, March, 1996 (1.5 hrs).

Legal, Ethical and Professional Issues in Counselling, Alabama Counselling Association, Montgomery, Alabama, February, 1996 (2 hrs).

Ethical Issues for Chemical Dependency Counsellors. Alabama Alcohol and other Drugs of Abuse Association, Birmingham, Alabama, November, 1995 (6 hrs).

Ethical Issues for Chemical Dependency Counsellors. Alabama Alcohol and other Drugs of Abuse Association, Montgomery Area Court Referral Program, Montgomery, Alabama, August, 1995 (6 hrs).

Ethical Issues for Chemical Dependency Counsellors. Alabama Alcohol and other Drugs of Abuse Association, Decatur-Madison County Mental Health Center, Decatur, Alabama, May, 1995 (6 hrs).

Sexual Harassment as Sexual Addiction. Sexual Addiction: Sin, Crime or Disease, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1995 (1.5 hrs).

Long Term Recovery and Developmental Precursors: Or, Now That I’ve Got It, What Do I Do With It? Sexual Addiction: Sin, Crime or Disease, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1995 (1.5 hrs).

Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency. Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Huntsville, Alabama, 1994 (6 hrs).

Ethical Issues in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency. Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Mobile, Alabama, 1994 (1.5 hrs).

Guided Imagery in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency. Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Birmingham, Alabama, 1994 (1 hr).

Sexual Addiction and Trauma in the Treatment of Chemical Dependency. Alabama Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Association, Birmingham, Alabama, 1993 (1.5 hrs).

Legal Issues for EAPs. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 1993 (1.5 hrs).

Legal Issues in Counselling Chemical Dependency. Alabama School of Alcohol and Drug Studies. The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1993 (25 hrs).

Sexual Addiction and Abuse: The problem at work. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 1992 (1.5 hrs.).

EAP Legal Issues. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 1992 (1.5 hrs.).

The Legal Aspects of EAP Strategies and Techniques. Alabama School of Alcohol and Drug Studies, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1992 (3 hours).

Meditation and Relaxation in Chemical Dependency Treatment and Recovery. Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Montgomery, Alabama, 1991 (1.5 hours).

Legal Issues in Counselling. Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Montgomery, Alabama, 1991 (1.5 hours).

Legal Requirements and Record Keeping. Alabama Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 1991 (1.5 hours).

Relapse Prevention. University of Alabama at Birmingham, The Regional Medical Education Center, Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Alcohol and Drug School, 1989 (4 hours).

Certifications, Memberships
and Professional Relationships

UKCP: United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy membership and Certification as an Integrative Psychotherapist, September, 2011.

Metanoia Institute, December, 2010.

International Association for the Study of Attachment, Founding Member, December, 2007.

Executive Council, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Certifiers, International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, 2003 to March, 2007.

International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, 2002 through December 2013.

Supervisor of Sex Addiction Therapists, 2002 through December 2013.

Time Line Therapy Trainer Certification, Time Line Therapy Association, September, 2001.

Certified Sex Addiction Therapist, International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, May, 2001 thru December, 2013.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy, and Hypnotherapy Certified Trainer, August, 1999.

Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy and Hypnotherapy Certified Master Practitioner, July 1999.

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Associate Member, 1998 to 2004.

National Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, 1997.

Employee Assistance Professionals Association, 1997 to 2003.

Certified Counseling Supervisor, Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling, 1997.

Master’s Level Addiction Professional, Alabama Alcohol and Drug Association, 1997.

Board of Directors, Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, 1995 & 1996.

Chair, Ethics Committee, Alabama Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, 1995 & 1996.

President and Co-Founder, Alabama Therapy Associates, Birmingham, Alabama, 1994.

Board of Directors, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 1994 to 1997.

Chair, Curriculum Committee, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 1996 & 1997.

Certified Criminal Justice Addictions Professional, 1993. Alabama Alcohol and other Drugs Addiction Association, 1993.

National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 1992 to 2014.*

Chi Sigma Iota, International Counseling Society, 1992.

Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, 1991.

American Counseling Association (ACA), 1991.

The Adlerian Society of Alabama, founding member and member of the Board of Directors, 1991.

Private Practice of Counselling, Manchester, London & Guildford, Surrey, England, February, 2006, to present.

Senior Counsellor, Life Works Community, Ltd., January 2004 to November 2005.

Owner, Charley Shults & Associates, March, 2003 to December, 2003.

Owner and President, Alabama Therapy Associates, August, 2000, to February, 2003.

Private Practice of Counselling with Alabama Therapy Associates, L.L.C., Birmingham, Alabama, as a Licensed Professional Counsellor, July of 1994 to December of 2003.

President and Co-Founder, Alabama Therapy Associates, L.L.C., Birmingham, Alabama, January, 1994, to July, 2000.

Private Practice of Counselling as a Certified Counsellor Associate, Alabama Therapy Associates, Birmingham, Alabama, January 1994 to July, 1994, Adult and Child Development Professionals, Birmingham, Alabama, June, 1992 through December, 1993.

Senior Counsellor and Certified Addictions Counsellor, Parkside Lodge of Birmingham, Warrior, Alabama, April, 1987, to June, 1992.

Assistant Veterans’ Service Officer, State of Alabama Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Birmingham, Alabama, 1985-1987.

Certified DUI Instructor, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, Birmingham, Alabama, 1984-1985.

Group Facilitator and Presenter, DUI Level II Program, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council, 1984-1985.

Professional Development

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 3, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, online course, 30 May-5 June 2022, 40 hrs.

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 2, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, online course, 15-20 March 2022, 40 hrs.

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 1, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, 4-9 January 2022, 40 hrs.

Frontiers in the Treatment of Trauma, NICABM online course, September 2020 (12 hours).

Attachment and Trauma, NICABM online course, in progress, December & January 2018-9.

Attachment and Psychopathology: Special Topics. Dr Patricia Crittenden, London, December 2018, 21 hrs.

IASA 10th Anniversary Celebration Conference, Florence, Italy, June 2018, 12 hours.

The Transformative Power of Feeling Safe: A Master Class on the Polyvagal Theory, by  Dr. Stephen Porges. Breath of Life Conference, London, May 20 & 21, 2017, 12 hrs.

Attachment and Trauma: The Resilience of Mind and Body. The Institute of Cognitive Science, London, May 12-13, 2017, 20.5 hrs.

IASA Miama, International Association for the Study of Attachment, 4th Conference, November 9-11, 2015, Miami, Florida, USA, 24 hours.

eMETT: Micro-Expression Training Tool, online training, Paul Ekman Group, 5/7/2014, 1 hr.

Dynamic Maturational Model of Attachment: Integrated Treatment, Invitational Conference, Instituto Terapia Familiare, May 31 & June 1 2014, Florence, Italy, 16 hrs.

From Pierre Janet’s Psychological Automatism to Structural Dissociation, Onno Van der Hart, The Bowlby Centre, 30 November, 2013, London, 4 hrs.

Creating a Culture of Heathy Sexuality: Diversity of thought, the Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 18-21 September, 2013, Boston, MA, 10 hrs.

Addictions from an Attachment Perspective: do broken bonds and early trauma lead to addictive behaviours? The John Bowlby Memorial Conference 2013, The Bowlby Centre, 19-20 April, 2013, 8 hrs.

Attachment Theory in Practice, The Psychotherapy Networker, online presentation, completed November, 2012, 6 hrs.

Advanced Clinical AAI Seminar, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, 9-13 November, 2011, London, England, 33 hrs.

The Great Attachment Debate, The Psychotherapy Networker, online presentation, completed June 16, 2011, 6 hrs.

Creating a Culture of Healthy Sexuality: Joy of the Journey, The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, 2010 National Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, Sept. 30 – Oct. 3, 2010, 26 hrs.

From Theory to Practice, Second Biennial International Conference, International Association for the Study of Attachment, St. John’s College, Cambridge University, UK, August 29-31, 2010, 24 hrs.

Practical Strategies Related to Healing: a task centered approach, 5th Annual IITAP Symposium, International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals, Carefree, Arizona, March 1-6, 2010, 16 hrs.

CSAT [Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist] Supervisor Training, International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, Carefee, Arizona, March 4, 2010, 6 hrs.

Advanced Clinical AAI Seminar, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, 5-9 December, 2009, Telford, England, 33 hrs.

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 3, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 19-24 September, 2009, 40 hrs.

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 2, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 18-23 May, 2009, 40 hrs.

The Dynamic-Maturational Model for The Modified Adult Attachment Interview, Week 1, Dr. Patricia Crittenden, Reggio Emilia, Italy, 20-25 February, 2009, 40 hrs.

International Association for the Study of Attachment, 1st Annual Conference, Bertinoro, Italy, Oct. 5-7, 2008, 16 hrs.

Working with Gambling Problems, Laban’s Addiction Specific Trainings, July 2008, 15 hours.

Ethics Training, Laban’s Addiction Specific Trainings, July 2008, 6 hours.

HIV/AIDS Training, Laban’s Addiction Specific Trainings, July 2008, 6 hours.

Attachment and Psychopathology, International Association for the Study of Attachment, November, 2007, Brighton, England, 24 hrs.

CSAT Consultant Training, International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, May 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A., 6 hrs.

Innovations in Task Centered Therapy, 1st Annual International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, May 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A., 15 hrs.

Creating a Culture of Healthy Sexuality, Diversity and Dissemination.  The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, San Francisco, California, USA, September 2005, 17 hrs.

Healing Emotional Wounds.  Dr. Ferruccio Osimo, UK Experiential Dynamic Therapy Group, London, England, January 2005, 6 hrs.

Attachment Therapy: Diagnosis and Treatment of Attachment Disorders.  Institute of Psychoanalysis, London, England, October, 2004, 10 hrs.

Creating a Culture of Healthy Sexuality, Innovation and Integration.  The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health, Washington, D.C., October, 2004, 17.5 hrs.

UK/European Symposium on Addictive Disorders.  London, England, April & May, 2004, 23.5 hrs.

Creating a Culture of Healthy Sexuality, Tools and Tactics.  Vanderbilt School of Medicine and the National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September, 2003, 17.5 hrs.

Garden Love: Enhancing Sexual Intimacy in Christian Marriages.  The University of Alabama at Birmingham, March, 2003, 6 hrs.

CSAT Supervisor Training with Patrick Carnes.  The Meadows Institute, Nashville, Tennessee, October, 2002, 11 hrs.

Advanced Clinical Training Seminar in Couples Therapy.  The Gottman Institute, Inc., Seattle, Washington, June 19-26, 2002, 36 hrs.

Filling the Void: a Workshop on Intimacy and Recovery, Nashville, Tennessee, November 17, 2001, 6 hrs.

Time Line Therapy Trainer’s Training, Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Newport Beach, California, August, 2001, 12 hrs.

History, Theory and Applications in EEG Biofeedback, Neuro Performance Institute and Brainmaster Technologies, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, August, 2001, 15 hrs.

Advanced Hypnotherapy Techniques.  American Institute of Hypnotherapy, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 2001, 12 hrs.

Combining Western Science with Eastern Mysticism.  Deepak Chopra, The Human Potential Foundation, Birmingham, Alabama, February, 2001, 2.5 hrs.

Mental Health and the Law in Alabama, Medical Educational Services, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama, December, 2000, 6 hours.

Fall Institute, The Meadows Institute, Dr. Patrick Carnes, Scottsdale, Arizona, November, 2000, 21 hours.

Marital Therapy: A Research-Based Approach, Dr. John Gottman, The Gottman Institute, Atlanta, Georgia, October, 2000, 14 hours.

Treating Anxiety, Depression and Anger Effectively: Therapeutic Methods that Work!, Albert Ellis, Ph. D., Birmingham, Alabama, October 5, 2000, 5.25 hours.

Advanced Hypnotherapy Seminar, Dr. Richard Neves, American Board of Hypnotherapy, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 2000, 12 hours.

Turning Sexual Tragedy into Triumph, National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Atlanta, Georgia, May, 2000, 25 hours.

Memory,  Dr. Stuart Zola, Institute for Cortext Research and Development, Birmingham, Alabama, March, 2000, 6 hours.

Neuro Linguistic Programming Trainer’s Training, Dr. Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Costa Mesa, California, August 1999, 130 hours.

Neuro Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy and Hypnotherapy.  Master Practitioner Training, Dr. Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Costa Mesa, California, July 1999, 130 hours.

Neuro Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy and Hypnotherapy.  Practitioner Training, Dr. Tad James, Advanced Neuro Dynamics, Atlanta, Georgia, May, 1999, 130 hours.

Sex, Spirituality and Joy.  The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, National Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, April, 1999, 18.5 hours.

Preferred Providers Conference.  River Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, New Orleans, LA, July, 1998, 10 hours.

Creating Community: Celebrating the Diversity Among Us.  The National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, National Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, March, 1997, 16 hours.

Southeastern Conference on Alcohol and Drugs (SECAD). Charter Medical Corporation and American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies, Atlanta, Georgia, 1997, 32 hours.

Celebrating Life: Promoting Health and Rebuilding Relationships.  National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Annual Conference, Dallas, Texas, March, 1996, 7 hours.

Preferred Provider Conference. Masters and Johnson Trauma, Dissociative Disorders & Sexual Compulsivity Programs, River Oaks Psychiatric Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana, January, 1996, 10.5 hours.

Sexual Addiction:  Sin, Crime or Disease?  National Council on Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1995, 25 hours.

Listening to the Dreams.  The University of Alabama at Birmingham, Special Studies, Birmingham, Alabama, February, 1994, 7 hours.

Special Intensive Training: Counseling the Sex Addict.  Presented by Del Amo Hospital of Torrance, California, at Nashville, Tennessee, March, 1993, 30 hours.

Sexual Addiction/Compulsivity & Trauma: The Interrelationship.   National Council on Sexual Addiction/Compulsivity, New Orleans, Louisiana, June, 1992, 24 hours.

Alabama Association of Addictions Counselors, Workshop, Gulf Shores, Alabama, 1992, 6 hours.

Alabama School of Alcohol and Drug Studies, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1992, 24 hours.

International Transpersonal Association Conference, “The Yearning for Wholeness: Addiction and the Spiritual Quest,” Atlanta, Georgia, 1991, 43 hours.

Adlerian Psychology – Life Style Analysis, Dr. Harold Mosak, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991, 11.5 hours.

Addictions Counselors Certification Review Course, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1990, 15.8 hours.

Alabama Association of Addictions Counselors, Workshop, Montgomery, Alabama, 1990, 6 hours.

Southeastern Conference on Co-dependency, Mercer University, Macon Georgia, 1989, 14 hours.

Alabama Association of Addictions Counselors Workshop, Montgomery, Alabama, 1989, 6 hours.

Alabama Association of Addictions Counselors Workshop, Montgomery, Alabama, 1989, 6 hours.

Skill Building Workshop, Parkside Medical Services, Birmingham, Alabama, 1989, 14 hours.

Scott Peck Workshop, Mental Health Association of Central Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama, 1988, 4 hours.

Southeastern Conference on Alcohol and Drugs (SECAD), Charter Medical Corporation and American Medical Society on Alcoholism and Other Drug Dependencies, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988, 32 hours.

Adult Counselor Orientation, Parkside Medical Services, Chicago, Illinois, 1988, 94 hours.

Skill Building Workshop, Parkside Medical Services, Birmingham, Alabama, 1988, 14 hours.

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