Becoming a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Affirmative Clinician. Initial training.
Free training is available for licensed Family Therapists, Psychologists, Counselors, and Clinical Social Workers. Learn skills and practices associated with LGBT affirmative therapy in clinical settings. Instructed by the NDSU Couple and Family Therapy Program faculty - Dr. Tom Stone Carlson, Dr. Christi McGeorge, and Dr. Kristen Benson. Contact the FTC Clinic Coordinator Michelle Pearson for questions or more information. Participants will receive 3 free CEU's for attending this training.
Upcoming Training dates
February 28, 2014. Topic: Becoming an LGBT Affirmative Clinician. 1-4 pm. NDSU Alumni Center. Reimers Room. Free parking is available in the NDSU Alumni Center Parking lot.
April 4, 2014. Topic: Becoming an LGBT Affirmative Clinician. 1-4 pm. NDSU Alumni Center. Reimers Room. Free parking is available in the NDSU Alumni Center Parking lot.
Brown Bag Intensives. Follow up trainings.
For participants who have completed the initial training - continue your learning with our 1 hour Brown Bag Intensive trainings. Intensives are free with 1 hour of CEU's.
Upcoming Brown Bag Intensive Training dates
May 9, 2014. Topic: Working with Parents of LGBT Kids. 12-1 pm. NDSU Alumni Center. Klefstad Room. Free parking is available in the NDSU Alumni Center Parking lot.
In the news
PRAIRIE PUBLIC'S HEAR IT NOW. Listen to the interview that aired on March 6th, 2013 - Dr. Stone Carlson visits about LGBT Affirmative Therapy, our recent grants, the NDSU CFT program, and more.
FARGO FORUM. Read more about the grant funding, training, and the FTC's commitment to LGBT Affirmative Therapy in the Forum Article from February 8th 2013.
Special thanks to the Otto Bremer Foundation and the Fargo Moorhead Area Foundation.