A non-profit agency
Founded in 1979
Positive, innovative, effective therapy
Individuals – Couples – Families – Children – Groups
Save the Date!
Friday March 13
The Future of Psychotherapy:
New Frontiers in Evidence Based Approaches with Kids, Teens, & Families
A Workshop with Scott Shannon, M.D.
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Not for Credit:
Discounted rates for non-profit groups that register 3 or more individuals together!
$65 for CEU’s (Must register 3 or more individuals together)
If you prefer, mail in your payment to:
FTI Workshop, 111 E Arrellaga St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Payable to: FTI
Be sure to include your name, email address, and number of tickets you wish to purchase (CEU or not for credit).
Refund Policy: The registration fee, less $15 processing charge, will be refunded if written notice of the cancellation is faxed, emailed or postmarked 1 week prior to the workshop. Thereafter, there will be no refunds.
Questions?: Send emails to email@example.com or contact Nancy Villalobos at (805) 882-2424 ext.111 11am-5pm. Messages returned within 48 business hours.
- Positive… building on the strengths of each client
- Brief and cost-effective…providing feedback and individualized prescriptions for change
- Practical… teaching healthy ways to communicate, manage emotions, let go of the past, problem-solve, and get along with others
- Supportive… aiding families in periods of transition, illness, loss, or crisis
- Preventative… placing value on dealing with difficult issues before they become overwhelming problems
- Integrative… addressing personal, interpersonal, and spiritual issues that face clients on physical, emotional, intellectual and philosophical levels
- Community-oriented… working in close cooperation with schools, physicians, social services, and other professionals
- Research-based… integrating the latest scientific and clinical research into treatment
Who we can help:
It may come as a surprise, but the Institute sees many healthy individuals who want outside professional guidance before severe problems occur in their family. An ounce of prevention can save many months of suffering!
Other common referrals include:
Children with symptoms such as depression, disruptive behavior, psychosomatic disorders, poor academic performance, attendance problems, unrealistic fears
Adolescents exhibiting uncontrollable behavior, substance abuse, eating disorders, school related problems, social isolation or relationship problems
Couples who are withdrawn from one another, experiencing communication, intimacy or sexual problems, verbally or physically abusive, persistently angry, guilt ridden or depressed, or wanting pre-marital assessment
Families who are having trouble communicating or who are going through difficult transitions such as divorce or separation, remarriage or joining of two families, the loss or illness of a family member
Individuals who are interested in methods to overcome unwanted behavior patterns, who wish to explore the current impact of past events and relationships, or who are seeking growth and enrichment of their lives