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  • Monday, February 19, 2024 11:20 AM | Catherine Nugent

    This online action methods supervision and consultation group will provide you with guidance and consultation for your practice, whatever your stage of professional development. We will explore common clinical and ethical concerns, such as crises of confidence, unfamiliarity with specific problems and populations, countertransference, challenging clients, difficult moments in groups, and others. We use psychodramatic role-play and related action methods in the sessions to demonstrate how to apply with clients.

    Investment: $60 per 90-minute session.

    Supervision Information:

    LGPCs: Supervision hours acquired in this group can be counted toward the required 100 hours for Maryland LCPC licensure. (Fifty of the required 100 hours can be group supervision.)

    Psychodrama Certification Candidates: These group supervision hours can be applied toward the practicum supervision requirement for psychodrama certification through the American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry & Group Psychotherapy. (Forty hours of supervision are required for certification.)

    Zoom Sessions on Alternating Tuesdays from 10:00-11:30 am, 

    02/20, 03/05, 03/19, 04/16, 04/30

    TO REGISTER: Clink on this link:  https://forms.gle/rsXZw6KFshjbqZ438

    Email Cathy with questions: cathynugent@verizon.net

  • Monday, February 19, 2024 11:17 AM | Catherine Nugent

    J.L. Moreno (1889-1974), the originator of psychodrama, once said: “The body remembers what the mind forgets.” During this one-day, introductory-level workshop, we explore ways the embodied brain can rewire itself to promote recovery and healing through psychodrama and related experiential methods. Key concepts from the field of relational neuroscience that give new credence to Moreno’s insights are explained, including: neuroplasticity, the role of secure attachment, and the Window of Tolerance. Techniques from sensorimotor psychotherapy, somatic experiencing, yoga as therapy, and other body-based and creative approaches are integrated with psychodramatic role-play. Participants leave with ideas and techniques they can apply in their work settings, as well as renewed appreciation for the profound resiliency of the human body, mind, and spirit.

    Location: Laurel Psychodrama Training Institute – a few turns off I-95 and Route 29 in Laurel, Maryland.

    Investment:  $195—includes tuition, materials, and light refreshments.

    Continuing Education Information*: 7.0 hours—NBCC, Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners, American Board of Examiners in Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy.

    Register Early to Hold Your Space: Group size is limited to 12-14 participants to help ensure a comfortable learning environment, including sufficient personal space and individualized attention.

    Registration Link:  https://forms.gle/46YezECrYgGM9vgf6

    For further information: Contact Cathy at cathynugent@verizon.net

  • Wednesday, January 24, 2024 1:35 PM | Susan Scalone

    Subject: Unlocking the Advantages of Virtual Group Supervision for Maryland Graduate Professional Counselors

    Dear All,

    I hope this email finds you well. As we navigate the ever-evolving landscape of professional counseling, I wanted to highlight the numerous benefits of virtual group supervision for Maryland graduate professional counselors, available both during the day and evening sessions.

    1. **Flexibility:** Virtual group supervision provides the flexibility that suits the diverse schedules of graduate professional counselors. Whether you're an early bird or a night owl, these sessions accommodate your availability.

    2. **Accessibility:** By eliminating geographical constraints, virtual sessions make it easier for counselors across Maryland to participate. This fosters a more inclusive and diverse learning environment.

    3. **Cost-Efficiency:** Virtual supervision minimizes travel expenses, allowing participants to allocate resources more efficiently. This cost-effective approach benefits both individual counselors and institutions.

    4. **Technological Integration:** Embracing virtual platforms enhances counselors' technological proficiency, a crucial skill in today's digital age. This exposure prepares them for the evolving landscape of counseling services.

    5. **Enhanced Collaboration:** Through virtual platforms, counselors can collaborate seamlessly, sharing insights, experiences, and resources. This collaborative environment contributes to a richer and more comprehensive learning experience.

    6. **Adaptability to Remote Work Trends:** With the growing trend of remote work, virtual group supervision equips counselors with the skills needed for effective remote collaboration, ensuring they stay ahead in their professional journey.

    Fee: $65.00 for 1.5 hours group supervision

    We believe that embracing virtual group supervision not only addresses the current challenges but also positions Maryland's graduate professional counselors for success in the future. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to reach out.

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Best regards,

    Susan Scalone, LCPC, ACS




  • Friday, January 19, 2024 9:00 AM | Julie Fleagle

    Join Julie Fleagle, LCPC and National Trainer for Mental Health First Aid, USA for Youth Mental Health First Aid on Friday, January 19,2024 from 9AM-3:30 (EST). Please be aware that this course requires you to be ON CAMERA for the entire duration of the Zoom meeting.

    Youth Mental Health First Aid is a designed to teach caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis. The course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, reviews typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders (including AD/HD), and eating disorders.

    Purchase your spot ($75) by following the link below.  #Bethedifference


  • Saturday, September 23, 2023 9:00 AM | Kim Piasecki

    Kim Piasecki, MS, LCPC & Kate Kelley, RN, MA, LCPC are now offering Imago Getting the Love You Want® Workshops in Annapolis.*

    Our next workshops will be:

    September 23 & 24, 2023

    November 18 & 19, 2023

    January 27 & 28, 2024

    Saturday & Sunday 9:00am-6:00pm

    The Graduate Hotel**

    126 West Street Annapolis, MD

    *Kim & Kate are currently in training to become certified.

    About GTLYW Workshops

    Imago Relationship logo

    Did you know?  A GTLYW workshop is the equivalent of about 3-6 months of couples therapy!

    Imago teaches that relationship power-struggles are an opportunity for healing and growth and can establish a deeper connection for couples. When you learn how to move through conflict with compassion and empathy, disagreements in your relationship evolve into something deeper and more fulfilling. 

    Based on the theory and exercises described in the NY Times Bestselling book by Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. and Helen LaKelly Hunt Ph.D,  the Getting The Love You Want® Couples Workshop teaches you and your partner how to transform your relationship into a fulfilling partnership. It's a transformative journey that guides couples with practical tools and strategies to create satisfying and long-lasting relationships. 

    You will be guided through exercises that explore the history of your relationships and how it influenced you to choose one another, and also look at the reasons you may struggle.

    The workshop is designed as an educational experience.  It may be therapeutic in terms of healing, and may even be transformative, but it is not therapy or group therapy.  You are welcome to share your experience with the group, but it is not required.  Most exercises are done between you and your partner.

    Workshop Fees

    Kate & Kim presenting a workshop


    $895 for the entire weekend workshop (not including accommodations).  Requires a $100, non-refundable deposit to hold your spot.  Balance is due one week prior to the workshop.  Includes a GTLYW workbook for each participant and snacks throughout the weekend.  Plus you get two experienced Imago couples therapists leading you through this educational experience which will transform your relationship!


    Register by 3 weeks prior to each workshop and take $100 off your registration!

    We offer 2 discounted spots per workshop for counselors & clergy -

    $500 ($450 if registered by 3 weeks prior to workshop)

    **A block of discounted rooms at the Graduate Hotel in downtown Annapolis will be available for each workshop.  

    For more information: www.dreamingtreecounseling.com/workshops

    To register: kim@dreamingtreecounseling.com

  • Tuesday, July 11, 2023 10:36 AM | Susan Scalone

    LGPCs, summer group supervision

    Wednesdays from 10:00 AM-11:30.

    counts as 1.5 hours of supervision

    ask for Zoom link

  • Tuesday, May 02, 2023 8:26 PM | Robert Cohen

    I am a sole proprietor in practice.  I seek guidance on how to achieve HIPPA compliance with emails and text messaging.  Thank you.

    Bob Cohen, LCPC

  • Monday, March 13, 2023 11:30 PM | Tamika R. Smith

    Please see information below for a free a CE webinar (1 CE) hosted by Sierra Tucson: The Role of Hormones in Mental Health; March 23, 12 pm EST

    *CE approval information can be found at the top of the registration page under the tab “CE Information”*

    Please contact Tamika Smith with any questions.

    tamika.smith@acadiahealthcare.com , 703-850-5204

    The Role of Hormones in Mental Health

    Assessing and treating hormonal imbalances can be a powerful tool in an integrative, whole body approach to mental health care. Stress, addictions, nutritional deficiencies, menopause, medications and many other factors can impact hormone levels. Additionally, hormone levels directly and indirectly affect mood, energy levels, sleep and overall resiliency. In this presentation we will be exploring the specific ways in which hormones can play an important role in mental health treatment.

    Learning Objectives

    • Identify clinical relationships between hormones and mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, pain, insomnia and fatigue.
    • Explain the complex relationships between stress and hormones including cortisol, thyroid hormones, estrogen, progesterone and testosterone.
    • Discuss strategies to improve patient outcomes by addressing hormonal imbalances.


    Maureen Schwehr, NMD, serves as Sierra Tucson’s director of integrative services. Her department provides a unique combination of physical and mental health support for residents. Dr. Schwehr oversees a team of experienced and talented staff whose services include naturopathic medical consults, acupuncture, physical therapy, chiropractic services, massage therapy, shiatsu, zero balancing, somato-emotional release, and craniosacral therapy.

    In addition to supervising staff, she works one-on-one with residents to help them determine the root cause of their problems. Focus is given to nutritional status and hormonal balance, supporting biochemical pathways that help the body function more effectively. Dr. Schwehr holds a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA.

    Past experience includes a position as the medical director at Mirasol, a residential eating disorder facility. As part of the Sierra Tucson staff, she has the opportunity to be part of a truly integrative team that provides a unique, empowering perspective for residents.


  • Tuesday, March 07, 2023 12:02 PM | Tamika R. Smith

    Please join me for lunch on March 16!

    The Lunch Bunch is a lunch group for mental health professionals to socialize over lunch. The goal is to meet new professionals, reconnect with others, and share resources and ideas while enjoying the welcomed distraction of good food. Each month we will spotlight a different private practice, as it is also our mission to support private practice owners.  

    Lunch is free for licensed professionals! All other professionals: $30 

    Upcoming Lunch Dates: (you can register in advance)

    • March 16 – Towson, Ryleigh’s Oyster
    • April 6 – Annapolis, Cooper’s Hawk
    • April 20 – Towson, Ryleigh’s Oyster


    Register and read more HERE

    Please contact me with any questions. 703-850-5204

    Tamika R. Smith, MFT

  • Wednesday, January 04, 2023 4:02 PM | Susan Scalone

    Josh's endorsement

    Susan provides the type of supervision and support that I think most of us Aspire to find. She helps you grow into and toward becoming the counselor/therapist you are meant to be, mixing guidance while fostering autonomy and growth in perfect combination.


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