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Treating Clinical Depression Through A Wider Lens:
Calming The Brain Through Mindfulness 

2.25 CE credit hours. Course code: 001

This course will explore depression from a neurobiological perspective, utilizing mindfulness-based techniques as an ancillary to treatment. Consideration will be given to understanding clinical depression from a fundamental neurobiological perspective, which will set the stage for delivering enhanced treatment for clients suffering from depression, anxiety, and emotional deregulation. Click here for more and registration information.

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Incorporating Mindfulness into Couples Work 

2.25 CE credit hours. Course code: 002

Learn how to apply mindful-based techniques to assist couples in therapy. Mindfulness is a practice, a systematic method at cultivating clarity, insight, and compassion. Basic mindfulness and meditation techniques are explored. A basic understanding about the neurobiology and research on mindfulness will also be examined.  

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Providing Counseling Services to
Emergency Workers, Military, and their Families 

2.00 CE credit hours

This course will explore emergency service workers occupational stressors and how it impacts the family as a system as well as treatment considerations. Click here for more and registration information. 

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Treating Clinical Depression Through A Wider Lens:
Calming The Brain Through Mindfulness 
2.25 CE credit hours. Course code: 001

This course will explore depression from a neurobiological perspective, utilizing mindfulness-based techniques as an ancillary to treatment. Consideration will be given to understanding clinical depression from a fundamental neurobiological perspective, which will set the stage for delivering enhanced treatment for clients suffering from depression, anxiety, and emotional deregulation and other disorders.

Dates/Times:     Thursday, June 21, 2018
                              Registration: 6:00pm-6:30pm
                              Workshop: 6:30pm-9:00pm

Location:           TRS Suites, 3rd Floor
                             40 Exchange Place, NY, NY 10005
                             Directions: Take 2/3 train to Wall Street Station.
                             Get off at Wall Street/Williams Street exit. Walk 2 minutes on
                             Williams Street, make left. Building on left hand side.
Tuition:            *Early bird special $35.00
                             Regular $40.00
                             Student with valid ID $15.00
                     
*early bird special: registration received 10 days prior to seminar

Presenter: Deborah C. Moore, Ph.D., LMFT, founding director of NYCMFT. She is an educator and author of two books: “The Mindfulness Response: Inner Happiness Every Day,” and “Who Helps the Helper: Proven Stress Management Techniques for Law Enforcement Officers.” Deborah has been featured on various radio media outlets addressing depression, stress management, and well-being. She is also an adjunct professor of psychology and marriage and family therapy. A retired lieutenant from the New York City Police Department, her areas of research include: neurobiology of depression and anxiety; motivation and learning, and memory enhancement.

To register for course return completed registration form.

New York City Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists. #MFT0057


Incorporating Mindfulness into Couples Work

This course will explore emergency service workers occupational stressors and how it impacts the family as a system as well as treatment considerations.

Tuesday, October 16 2018
Registration: 5:30pm-6:00pm
Workshop: 6:00pm-8:30pm

Location: TRS Suites, 3rd Floor
40 Exchange Place, NY, NY 10005
Directions: Take 2/3 train to Wall Street Station.
Get off at Wall Street/Williams Street exit. Walk 2 minutes on
Williams Street, make left. Building on left hand side.
Tuition: *Early bird special $35.00
Regular $40.00
Student with valid ID $15.00

*early bird special: registration received 10 days prior to seminar

Presenter: Deborah C. Moore, Ph.D., LMFT, founding director of NYCMFT. She is an educator and author of two books: “The Mindfulness Response: Inner Happiness Every Day,” and “Who Helps the Helper: Proven Stress anagement Techniques for Law Enforcement Officers.” Deborah has been featured on various radio media outlets addressing depression, stress management, and well-being. She is also an adjunct professor of psychology and marriage and family therapy. A retired lieutenant from the New York City Police Department, her areas of research include: neurobiology of depression and anxiety; motivation and learning, and memory enhancement.

To register for course return completed registration form.

New York City Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for
Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists. #MFT0057


Providing Counseling Services to
Emergency Workers, Military, and their Families

This course will explore emergency service workers occupational stressors and how it impacts the family as a system as well as treatment considerations.

Dates/Times:
Saturday, September 08, 2018
Registration: 10:00am-10:30am
Workshop: 10:30am-12:00pm

Location: TRS Suites, 3rd Floor
40 Exchange Place, NY, NY 10005
Directions: Take 2/3 train to Wall Street Station.
Get off at Wall Street/Williams Street exit. Walk 2 minutes on
Williams Street, make left. Building on left hand side.
Tuition: *Early bird special $35.00
Regular $40.00
Student with valid ID $15.00 No CE hours awarded

*early bird special: registration received 10 days prior to seminar

Presenter: Deborah C. Moore, Ph.D., LMFT, founding director of NYCMFT. She is an educator and author of two books: “The Mindfulness Response: Inner Happiness Every Day,” and “Who Helps the Helper: Proven Stress Management Techniques for Law Enforcement Officers.” Deborah has been featured on various radio media outlets addressing depression, stress management, and well-being. She is also an adjunct professor of psychology and marriage and family therapy. A retired lieutenant from the New York City Police Department, her areas of research include: neurobiology of depression and anxiety; motivation and learning, and memory enhancement.

To register for course return completed registration form.

New York City Marriage & Family Therapy, PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for
Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists. #MFT0057