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Please check the sessions below that you attended to qualify for this academy. You needed to attend 6 different sessions to qualify.


121: Vietnamese Americans Perceptions of Play and Counseling
127: Child-Centered Filial Family Therapy: An Attachment-Based, Emotion Focused and Skill Training Approach
133: Techniques to Help Challenging Youth Make Positive Life Changes
159: The Autistic Spectrum: What Counselors Need to Know
176: Helping Them Cope: The Use of Self-Advocacy to Combat the Effects of Deployment and School Mobility for Military Children
209: Baby Power: The Impact of Infants and Toddlers on the Family System as Part of the Clinical Process
210: Mom is a Crackhead Stripper: Evidence-Based Interventions in Play Therapy for Traumatized Children
229: Developmental vs. Pathological: DSM-5 and Gender Identity Disorder in Childhood
244: Dialectical Behavior Therapy With Adolescents who are Difficult to Treat: Interventions and Techniques for Counselors
302: Threat Assessment of a Bully
310: Secondary PTSD in Children of Soldiers Returning From Combat Duty: Strategies for Helping Professionals
317: Counseling Adoptive Families: Post-Adoption Treatment Services
322: Treating Adolescents with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in a School Based Setting
332: A Framework for Promoting Thriving in Adolescents With Absentee (Deployed)Parents
347: With Crisis Comes Opportunity: Counseling Children & Adolescents in the Aftermath of a Disaster
348: Best Practices Regarding the Challenges of Informed Consent, Ethics, and Diversity When Counseling Minors
362: The Black Dog, Puff the Dragon and Other Sordid Tells of Adolescents: Effectively Treating Adolescent Comorbidity

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