Professional Programs - LynLake Centers for WellBeing
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Professional Development

At LynLake, we prioritize the ongoing education of our providers and clinicians. We offer various professional development opportunities spanning from internships and supervisory roles to consultation groups and CE-eligible training workshops.

Professional Development at LynLake

CEU Training

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LynLake offers live, virtual continuing education workshops on a monthly basis, to support ongoing professional development. Click to learn more.

Clinical Supervision

LynLake offers clinical supervision for pre-licensed therapists, provided by experienced, board-approved supervisors. Our multidisciplinary team includes supervisors with backgrounds in social work, marriage and family, professional counseling, and clinical psychology. They offer crucial oversight, ongoing feedback, and guidance to pre-licensed therapists as they develop the skills and experience required for licensure.

Internship Opportunities

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Our internship program provides a comprehensive and immersive learning experience for graduate students, allowing interns to collaborate closely with our team of licensed and board-certified therapists.

Consultation Groups

LynLake’s internal consultation groups offer a collaborative space for LynLake providers to come together, share insights, and seek guidance on challenging cases or professional dilemmas. These groups provide a supportive environment for peer learning, feedback, and connection amongst our team.

Upcoming Workshops

LynLake offers live, virtual continuing education workshops on a monthly basis, to support ongoing professional development. These workshops are complimentary for current LynLake therapists, and are offered to all other mental health professionals for $25.

These trainings are approved for 2 CEUs by the following boards: Minnesota Board of Social Work, Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy, Minnesota Board of Psychology & Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy.

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april 5, 2024

Empower to ACT!

Led by Habib Salama, PsyD

This session will explore the core principles of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), gaining insights into its unique approach and how it differs from similar therapeutic modalities. With a focus on practical application, attendees will explore the therapist's role and process involved, uncovering effective strategies to implement ACT in their practice.

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May 17, 2024

Reimagining Addiction: A Trauma-Informed & Relational Approach to Addiction

Led by Rachael Cavegn, MA, LMFT, BCN, and Leah Seeger, MA, LMFT, LADC

This workshop will discuss the intricate relationship between addictive behaviors and trauma, gaining insights into how this lens can impact diagnosis and treatment planning. Exploring topics such as harm reduction versus traditional approaches and the influence of language on healing, attendees will discover innovative strategies for supporting clients on their journey towards recovery. From fostering connections to navigating boundaries in relationships affected by trauma and addiction, this workshop offers a holistic approach to addressing complex issues.

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june 7, 2024

Sex Therapy to WPATH-Understanding the Therapeutic Roles of Therapists

Led by LynAnne Evenson, LMFT LADC ECSP

Attendees of this workshop will explore the fundamentals of sex therapy, examine the WPATH standards of care to support transition, assess biases within therapeutic environments, and gain skills for intervening and appropriately referring individuals to specialized care when necessary.

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