Workshop and Training Offerings
ECAS offers a variety of CEU approved presentations for psychologists and LPC/LMFTs to help improve access to educational opportunities for Lane County therapists. The following is a non-comprehensive list of our therapist training opportunities.
Effective and Compassionate Exposure: Using Evidence-Based Approaches to Help Anxious Clients Live Their One Wild and Precious Life
Incorporating Outcome Measures Into Ongoing Therapy: Using Data to Strengthen the Therapeutic Relationship and Enhance Progress
Exposure and Response Prevention and Beyond: Effective, Evidence-Based Treatments for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Peripartum and Postpartum Anxiety and OCD in New Moms: Compassionate Assessment, Normalization, Validation, and Treatment
Engaging Trauma Survivors In The Work: Helping Hesitant or Fearful Clients Confidently Face Their Traumatic Memories
Beyond the WPATH Standards of Care: Supportive Care for Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Clients
Respecting the Client’s Experience: Compassionately Listening, Understanding, and Examining the Experiences of Marginalized Clients
Supporting My Partner With OCD Or Anxiety
Parenting My Anxious Child
Improving Communication In Intimate Relationships
Developing Self-Compassionate Resilience
Increasing and Enhancing Sleep
ECAS offers a variety of workshops to help decrease stigma, improve psychological education, and increase overall well-being and stress-management in the Eugene/Springfield community.
By working directly with businesses to develop and provide trainings to employers, managers, and employees, ECAS strives to decrease stigma, improve psychological well-being, and help businesses thrive.
Conquering Anxiety to Enhance Productivity
Improving Workplace Relationships
Breaking Habits to Build New Skills for Success
Engaging Your Diverse Workforce: How to Actively Support and Unify Across Differences
From county agencies to police and fire-departments, agencies need the skills to interface with the public confidently and also engage in effective self-care. ECAS works with agencies to learn how to competently engage with people with a variety of backgrounds and psychological difficulties.
Interacting With the Public Effectively, Confidently, and Compassionately
Acknowledging Implicit Bias to Improve Community Engagement
First-Responder Self-Care: Learning the Skills To Put Yourself First To Be There For Others