Continuing Education

 

 

Martha firmly believes in lifelong learning. She is continually looking for ways to learn more about herself and others. She is especially interested in how people interact with each other. She feels this will help her become a stronger counselor. To this end, she has participated in the following educational endeavors:

April 2006. Served as facilitator for sixth-graders, Camp Y.A.L.E., Winchester, Indiana

March 2006. Facilitator Training. Camp Y.A.L.E., Winchester, Indiana

March 2006. American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy video series. Exploring Family Strengths and Building a Family Partnership.

February 2006. Ball State University. Risk–taking Behaviors and Addiction in Adolescents. Understanding and Treatment of Self–Injurious Behaviors; Adolescent Suicide; Risky Sexual Behaviors.

November 2005. Indiana School Counseling Association Fall Conference, Indianapolis. Group Counseling in the School Setting; Legal and Ethical Issues

November 2004. Indiana School Counseling Association Fall Conference, Indianapolis. The MOP Program; The Gold Star Initiative

November 2000. The Option Institute, Sheffield , Mass. Weeklong class, “Optimal Self–Trust.

March 1999. The Option Institute, Sheffield , Mass. Weeklong class, “Happiness Is a Choice.”