Additional Training Options 

Various Training Offerings that Engage, Inform, and Inspire
For Effective Service Delivery in a Demanding Service Environment

Training Philosophy

Today's health care service providers and managers face many hard realities and uncertainties with managed behavioral health care demanding we become more outcome oriented (effective) and time-sensitive (efficient).  The mission of Kreider Consulting, LLC is to address this challenge by providing high quality, evidence-based in-house training and consultation at reasonable cost.

   My trainings are custom designed to provide the specific, practical, cutting-edge skills necessary for contemporary practice.  My consultations are designed to implement and integrate effective skills, strategies and structures that create empowering, adaptive, and effective service organizations. 

   Together my trainings and consultations provide essential resources to transform current challenges into opportunities from which consumers, service providers, and agencies will each benefit.  Increased consumer satisfaction, increased staff morale and creative participation, reduced staff burn-out and turn over, and increased quality of care are several typical benefits.

   My intention with all trainings I offer is to engage, inform and inspire.  My commitment is to work collaboratively with agencies to equip their staff with essential skills for effective, compassionate service delivery in this demanding environment.


I have offered a variety of evidence-based, outcome-oriented, and competency-based clinical trainings, including:

Brief, Effective, Evidence-Based Mental/Behavioral Health Interventions:

Facilitating Positive Outcomes Time-Efficiently

 

Client-Directed, Outcome-Informed Therapy:

Evidence-Based Practice for Using What Works in Therapy

 

Ericksonian Hypnotherapy

      Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

 

Motivational Interviewing (Transtheoretical Model):

Evidence-Based Approach for Engaging Clients in Behavioral Change

 

The Language of Change:

      Using language to promote therapeutic change

 

Therapeutic Metaphors:

      An ageless, graceful, non-invasive technique for creative change

 

Facilitating Therapeutic Moments

      Making Therapeutic Use of Every Encounter

 

Helping Those Diagnosed With ADHD:

Multi-modal Treatment

 

Trauma, Neuroscience, and Relationship:

      The Science of Healing: Helping When Life Hurts Deeply

 

Task Centered Therapy

      A Pragmatic Approach to Problem-Solving in Case Management and Clinical Practice

 

Helping Children Who Have Experienced Crisis, Grief, and Trauma

      Supporting Resilience to Recover from Overwhelming Events

 

Hypnotic Patterns and Techniques In "Talk Therapy":

Utilizing Hypnotic Properties in Verbal Interactions to Access Unconscious Resources

for Therapeutic Change

 

Working With Rather than Against “Client Resistance”

      Understanding and Collaborating Around Positive Intentions

 

Narrative Approach:

Hosting Therapeutic Conversations

 

A Tale of Two Narratives

      Stories that Empower, Stories that Disempower: Co-Constructing Useful Stories

 

Imagery Techniques

       For Physical and Emotional Healing

 

The Development and Care of the Helping Professional:

      Avoiding Compassion Fatigue, Promoting Compassion Satisfaction

 

Helping Those Who’ve Been Traumatized

      While Avoiding Vicarious Traumatization

 

Punctuating Client Narratives

      For stories of Hope, Healing, and Empowerment

 

Co-Constructing Stories of Possibility

      Helping Clients Rise to Meet Their Challenges

 

Becoming a Healing Presence In Therapeutic Practice

      Moving Beyond Technique In Therapeutic Process

 

EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)

      Practical Application of Energy Psychology for Rapid Symptom Resolution

 

“Deep” Use of Self in Clinical Practice

      “Being With” Clients in their Journey of Healing

 

Mental Health Issues of Children in Child the Welfare System

Common Diagnosis of Children “in the System”

           

Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)

Promoting Resilience When Adversity Strikes

 

When Suicide Is Clients’ Solution to Their Problems

Reducing Risk by Promoting the Potential for Life

 

Mind, Body, and Spirit Healing:

      Promoting Wholeness and Integration

 

Non-Violent Compassionate Communication:

      Practical Communication Skills for Healing Connections

 

Nuance and Neuroscience in Couples Therapy:

      Working With Brain Organization To Improve Relationships


Spiritually Informed Therapy:

      Accessing the Sacred in Therapeutic Encounters


Neuroscience, Neuroception, and Neuroplasticity:

      Practical Applications in Psychotherapy


The Neuroscience of Self-Care:

      An Evolutionary understanding of the need to care for one's brain


Self-Care as an Ethical Obligation;

      Caring for mind, body and spirit as fundamental to competent practice


Meditation and Mindfulness in Personal and Professional Life:

      Quieting the Mind and Listening to the Body to access "Wisdom"

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