Enhancing Knowledge Through Online Learning

Bimonthly online discussions are continuing education opportunities for mental health interpreters and clinician who work with deaf consumers.  QMHI's are required to have 40 contact hours continuing education per year.

All presentations are in the form of a webinar.  Links to the webinar will be send out a few days prior to the event.  This year our webinars will be hosted on Citrix (GoToMeeting).  To use this platform Please read documents on the Citrix Website. You can download a full User Guide HERE.

Important:  In order to assure time to process your registration, completed form and payment must be received 7 days prior to the event you wish to join.
Registration fee for all online discussions in calendar year 2016 is just $35.*User Guide HERE>

How to Register:

  • Send a check for $35.00 made out to ADARA- MHIT Fund along with the completed form to:

Shannon Reese, Services Coordinator
Alabama Department of Mental Health
Office of Deaf Services
P.O. Box 301410
Montgomery, AL  36130

* January to December 2017.  This fee is NOT pro rated. This fee is included as part of the registration for participants of the 2015 MHIT Interpreter Institute.  Registration for 2017 will be included in the 2016 Interpreter Institute fees.

Alexis Greeves
Presenter

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September 12, 2017

“Play Therapy and Attachment”

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Upcoming Events

All Events run 6:30 - 8:30 PM Central Time

November 14    TBA  

Moderator: TBA        

Target Audience:

Interpreters in Mental Health, Community Interpreters, Mental Health Professionals, School Counselors

Download the Presentation Flyer HERE

You only need to register once each calendar year

Registrations will need to be submitted

Pre- Reading

Alexis Greeves is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor with a specialized training in work with deaf and hard of hearing children, adolescents and their families. She received her undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and received her MA from Gallaudet University in Washington, DC. Upon graduation, Alexis worked as a school-based mental health counselor at the elementary school on Gallaudet’s campus. She then worked in the training department where she 

 

presented nationally on using play therapy techniques with deaf and hard of hearing children. She has taught the graduate-level Play Therapy class for the Department of Counseling at Gallaudet as well as for the Department of Counseling at Bethel University. She provides clinical supervision and consultation locally and long-distance and training on many topics related to providing play therapy and counseling services to deaf children. She lives in Minneapolis, MN with her husband David and their two daughters.