3-Core Integrative Certification Course
The Academy of Integrative Mental Health is proud to present ‘3-Core Integrative’-a certification program for integrative mental health practitioners. The 3CI certification program is founded on the 3 most research-backed components of the integrative/holistic approach to mental health- mindfulness, exercise and nutrition. 3CI presents the comprehensive research on these foundational pillars of integrative mental health, and consolidates it into bitesize chunks that practitioners can assimilate and relay to clients. Most importantly, 3CI introduces specific integrative assessment tools, treatment planning templates and interventions that can be used immediately in sessions. Practitioners will finish the training with a road map for effectively utilizing the three evidence-based components of integrative mental health to compliment their preferred theoretical orientation.
Decolonizing and Unsettling Mental Health Webinar Series
This is a pay-what-you-can course and we offer options from $0-$300, which will pay-it-forward to continue increased assess to professional development education.
Shinrin Yoku in Clinical Practice
This course will introduce the practice of Shinrin-Yoku (forest bathing or forest therapy), briefly review the research and benefits, describe and practice the key components forest bathing and introduce clinical applications for general and specific presenting issues.
Introduction to Somatic Practices
This webinar will introduce somatic practices in a clinical setting. You will gain an understanding of the biological trauma response, approaches to somatic theory and practice and a detailed conversation on therapist resonance and attunement in session. We will also share interventions and role play a somatic session.
Meditation for Mental Health Professionals
Studies have indicated a positive impact of meditation in reducing stress and enhancing general wellbeing. Several studies have also suggested that meditation can be helpful for the treatment of anxiety, addiction, aggression, suicidality and depression.
Movement for Mental Health Professionals
Movement, because it is no-cost and a relatively easy to model and teach, is often overlooked as an effective mental health therapy. Evidence overwhelmingly suggests that it can be used conjunctively with other methods of treatment.