Raymond Cameron, LMFT
"New Changes the State CAMFT Ethics Committee made on Law and Ethics"
Objectives: (Will be added shortly)
Raymond is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist who has been in practice in Temecula since 2001. Raymond has been helping Teens, Individuals, and Families to achieve their fullest potential by over coming life struggles such as depression, anxiety, panic attacks, social anxiety, alcohol & drug use, self harm, and intimate partner violence & child abuse.
Raymond is an interactive, Bowen Family Systems therapist. His therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. He integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, Raymond works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
September 25, 2020
Holli Kenley, LMFT
"Our Relationship With Technology: Introduction, Consequences of Consumption, and Corrective Response"
Holli Kenley is the author of nine recovery books and one novel. Holli currently works in the field of psychology as an experienced therapist,speaker and workshop presenter.She has a BA from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and has a Masters in Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage, Family & Child Counseling from Chapman University. She is a California Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a California State Licensed Teacher.
Thomas Gagliano, MSW
"Communication and Emotional Intimacy"
At 51 years old, self-professed “childhood bully” turned successful businessman, Tom Gagliano, went back to college to become one of the good guys; one of the healers. Equipped with a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from Seton Hall University; he enrolled in the MSW program at Rutgers. He graduated in August 2011 and became a Life Coach in January of 2012.
In addition to his educational pursuits, Gagliano’s journey has included conquering both personal demons associated with addiction, as well as overcoming a myriad of self-destructive core beliefs. His decision to transform himself and become free from his past has had far-reaching effects.
Gagiano is now a Life Mentor, key note speaker, published author and Social Worker. His focus is on the three principles he expounds to be the core elements of successful interpersonal relationships: Awareness, Action and Maintenance. Gagliano’s teachings can be found on BlogTalk Radio, webinars through his website, as well as on YouTube.
November 20, 2020
Dr. Jacqueline Mack-Harrison, PsyD, MFT
Jacqueline is a United States Air Force veteran with 20 years of experience working as a Licensed Vocational Nurse. Jacqueline has a strong desire to help couples, families, adult individuals find hope and healing as they work through anxiety, depression, illness related struggles, attachment issues, ADD/ADHD and challenges associated with military life.
Jacqueline is also interested in working with pastors, pastor’s wives, and ministry leaders who struggle with relationships, spiritual growth and finding balance. She completed her doctoral dissertation in Marital and Family Therapy at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Jacqueline is very involved in her church where she works alongside her husband who is an Associate Pastor. She leads marriage ministry, teaches bible study, and oversees the Christian Education Department.
This workshop has been postponed due to CoVid19.
Suicide Prevention Workshop 2021
"Assessment and Intervention: New Research and New Approaches"
Presented by Ben Caldwell, PsyDFriday March 5th, 2021
Doors Open at 8:00 AM with workshop starting at 8:30 AMSouthwest Riverside County Chapter of CAMFT invites you to join us for the most amazing mandated Suicide Prevention Workshop in Southern California where you can learn, eat, and enjoy yourself with us in Temecula’s beautiful wine county!
Identify two recent research findings in suicide that are causing clinicians to reevaluate their assessment and intervention procedures
Integrate two recent changes in preferred language around suicide.
Identify three current trends in suicidality
Identify five risk factors for suicide
Explain the difference between absolute risk and relative risk for suicide, and how this impacts suicide intervention strategies
Describe their responsibilities under California law related to terminally ill clients considering death by suicide
About the Speaker:
Benjamin Caldwell is the author of five books, including Basics of California Law for LMFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs, and Saving Psychotherapy. He serves as adjunct faculty for California State University Northridge. In his role as Chair of the Legislative and Advocacy Committee for the California Division of AAMFT, he was directly involved in California’s first-in-the-nation ban on reparative therapy for minors, and drove the change in title from “intern” to “associate” for prelicensed MFTs and PCCs. For his advocacy work, he was awarded the AAMFT Division Contribution Award in 2013. He maintains a private practice in Los Angeles, specializing in working with couples.
This lecture–format course will satisfy the State of California and BBS’ 2021 mandatory requirement for LMFTs, LCSWs, LEPs, and LPCCs per Assembly Bill 1436 of six (6) CEUs in suicide prevention.
Breakfast: A continental breakfast with morning beverages will be served at 8 am as people are registering.
Lunch: A gourmet buffet lunch with main courses of chicken and red meat, vegetables, salad and beverages are included in the cost of the workshop.
Location: Wilson Creek Winery (map)
Registration will open in January 2021.