Recent workshops and training opportunities offered by Coral Valley Psychological Services to our local partners are summarized below.
Send us a message if you are interested in development opportunities in these (or related) areas. We will set up an initial consultation to discuss your and your organization's needs to create a unique workshop to address them!
Trauma-Informed Interventions for Helping Professionals
An original one-hour training offered to the legal team at ALWAYS—Arizona Legal Women and Youth Services—in support of their important and challenging work with immigrant survivors of trauma.
Mental Health & Evolving Workplace Norms
A virtual presentation designed to identify various employee/employer concerns regarding resuming in-person work, with an emphasis upon how to manage ensuing complex emotions in an effective, healthy manner.
To view the presentation, click here: Managing Complex Emotions associated with Resuming In-Person Work
Working with clients with
"Mental Health Symptoms"
A psychoeducational workshop for immigration attorneys serving detained immigrants who struggle with mental health symptoms, offered in collaboration with a team of forensic psychologists based in the Valley.
Coping with Vicarious Trauma
An original three-part training series on Coping with Vicarious Trauma and Building Vicarious Resilience, presented to psychologists affiliated with the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, Africa.
Multidirectional Microaggressions within the Therapeutic Dyad: Practical and Ethical Considerations
Arizona Psychological Association
Annual Conference: October 2021
A 90-minute presentation highlighting the identification and management of multidirectional microaggressions in therapeutic relationships, as well as offering practical and ethical considerations regarding how to move through them.
A professional developmental workshop highlighting healthy ways to manage and grow through change.
Feeling our Feelings
A virtual presentation designed to bolster emotion processing among adolescents struggling to make sense of the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Multidirectional Microaggressions in the Therapeutic Dyad
December 2021; April 2020; December 2020; December 2021
An original two-hour training offered to Phoenix VA Clinical Psychology Interns regarding the identification and management of bidirectional microaggressions in therapeutic relationships with clients.
Workshops and Training