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Mental Health Trainings


CFGC offers a wide variety of mental health trainings throughout the year for Texoma LPCs, LMFTs, social workers, and school counselors.

 

In addition to furthering professional and competency development, these trainings enable clinicians to earn continuing education credit which meet or exceed regulatory licensure standards. For more information regarding our trainings, please contact our Clinical Director Tiffany Dancer at tdancer@cfgcenter.org.

We strive to be a local source for Texoma mental healthcare providers who want to improve their abilities to deliver social services. CFGC staff also provides education and training on Trauma Informed Care as well as other topics to local organizations and groups. Trainings are continuously being planned and will be announced on this page so please check back frequently. To stay informed about upcoming training and seminars, be sure to sign up for our email list at the bottom of this page!


2022 Schedule

Resilience: The Biology of Stress & The Science of Hope

Friday, June 3rd 9am-Noon

CWL-Grayson College

Join us as we watch this remarkable documentary and then spend time together discussing ACES and PCES in more detail and what we as providers can do with this knowledge. We will also have a discussion on community care, self-care, and, after care. Participants will also engage in mindfulness activities. CEs are available to Texas LPCs, LMFTs, and Social Workers as well as Oklahoma LPCs.

On Demand Trainings

If you are interested in taking one of our on demand trainings, simply click on the desired training and follow the registration process. Once registered, enter the passcode next to the link if needed to begin enjoying the training.

 


 

  • On the Here For Texas website, you’ll find a wide array of information on mental health topics, resources and professionals.
    Visit www.herefortexas.com to learn more.

  • The Texoma Behavioral Health Leadership Team (TBHLT) serves as the community's hub for mental health and wellness.
    Visit www.texomabhlt.org to learn more.