Mental Health/Choice Theory
Mental Health Consultant/Choice Theory
Addiction & Recovery through a Choice Theory™ (CT) Lens
If you are tired of going around in circles with clients who are addicted, try applying CT to the challenge. CT provides a pathway to help counselors and addicts both understand the origin of addiction and a path to living a life clean and sober.
Building Self Esteem
In this course, participants will learn skills for building self-esteem. There will be a general overview of understanding ways to acknowledge your strengths and areas to improve. Participants will take assessments and learn how to use the outcomes for their next steps. They will also learn how to overcome negative thinking and set a realistic plan for themselves.
Anger: It is a Choice
Most people believe that anger is an emotion that just overcomes them and causes them to behave in ways that they later regret. This workshop helps you understand that anger is a choice that people make, often subconsciously, to help them get what they want in that moment. You can learn to choose differently by first becoming aware of the choice and then making a plan to do something more effective to get what you want in a way that doesn’t harm others and damage your relationships.
Mental Health Theory And Choice Theory ™ Certification
This process was created for helping professionals and educators to help them work more effectively with their clients and students. With the addition of the relationship habits everyday people have found benefit in CT certification — parents, couples, business leaders, religious leaders, and anyone interested in creating a more effective life. Certification in CT is a five-step process: Mental Health Theory And Choice Theory Basic Training, Basic Practicum, Advanced Training, Advanced Practicum, and Certification. Businesses, organizations, and schools can save money by bringing us to their place of work to train up to 16 people at a time.
Crisis Intervention Strategies: S.C.R.E.A.M (WHAT TO DO WHEN ALL ELSE FAILS)
Participants will understand specific steps to manage the emotional energy which has built up because of periods of high stress, ongoing anger or when traditional coping methods may be exhausted or ineffective. Learn multiple tools to put into practice immediately for both personal and professional benefit.
If you are looking for ways to defuse crisis in the workplace, this presentation hits the mark. Understanding that crisis provides both danger and an opportunity helps people stay calm while searching for the opportunity. Learn how to prevent, intervene, and afterwards process crises. Practice using defusing anger skills in negotiating differences will be provided.
Doing What You Love and Loving What You Do
This workshop is for people who may have lost
their passion for what they do, or have maybe
never discovered their passion. Developed to
boost morale during challenging economic times,
this workshop helps people get in touch with the
reasons they want to feel better about what they
are doing right now, while developing a pathway
to what they really want to be doing later.
Disclaimer: You may lose some people after this
workshop, but they will be the people who
haven’t been engaged anyway.
Everyone Communicates, Few Connect
Participants will learn what could change in their lives if they develop as a better communicator. They will learn what effectiveness they could add to their lives, both personally and professionally, as a better communicator. By connecting better, you could make a greater impact in your relationships and in your career. The ability to connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your full potential
Focus & Balance during Crisis
When you encounter crisises, it is often labeled a crisis because you don’t know how to handle it. There is no playbook—no protocols or tried and true methods. This presentation provides a playbook for how to manage your life through difficult situations.
Grief Perception & Balance
This presentation helps you look at grief from a different angle. Grief is not an inevitable part of life, but rather a behavior we engage in to help us deal with loss. Understand how grief helps. Learn to use perception to create a balance, so you are no longer held hostage by your grief.
Growth Mindset from Choice Theory Perspective
In this presentation, we talk about Carol Dweck’s concept of mindset and explain that concept within a CT framework. People can get better at pretty much anything they want to with a strong enough commitment and willingness to invest time in the area they want to improve
How to Balance Work, School & Life
Do you find that there is not enough time in the day? Do you feel like you are over-committed? This workshop, unfortunately, does not help you find more time in your day. We only get 24 hours in each day, but it does help you manage your priorities, so the most important things are done first.
Leading Through Crisis
This is a time for reflective discussion on defining a crisis and includes discussion about how to distinguish between good and bad leaders and battling distractions during a crisis. We discuss things like mind wandering, negative thinking, and uncertain anxiety. We will discuss staying in constant communication with your team, delegating responsibilities to other leaders, and how to make sure that you think about and make decisions that align with your values. Participants will learn, “What is the difference between uncertain and unclear?” and “What does clarity from leadership mean during times of crisis?”
Post Traumatic G.L.O.W
Are you a professional who works with people who have trauma in their background? Would you like to learn some new techniques and different ways of case conceptualization around trauma? This workshop helps you understand that post-traumatic stress is not a disorder but rather a phenomenal coping skill to deal with overwhelming trauma. One way through this is to help those affected by trauma to find the G.L.O.W. – the gifts, lessons, opportunities, and wisdom – that are inherently part of every trauma
Problem Solving and Decision Making
This is a short workshop that offers tools for making difficult decisions. Problem-solving skills are exceedingly important for business, as well as your personal life. We cover the following topics: decision-making process, pros and cons and weighted decisionmaking methods, complex problems and decisions and how failing to prepare is the same as preparing to fail.
Explore a new paradigm for stress. What if stress is not about what happens to you, but it is a behavior you create to get something you want? Discover how once you understand you create stress, you can choose more effective behaviors. This workshop helps you take control of your life by reducing the negative consequences of stress.