OKMHCA Fall 2020 Zoom Conference
We are excited to announce the OKMHCA will host the OKMHCA Fall 2020 Conference via Zoom on Friday December 4th from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM and Friday December
11th from 8:30 to 11:30 AM. Ms. Julie Kellogg, M.S., LMFT will present an Enneagram Workshop that will offer three hours of ethics CEUs on December
4th, and three hours of supervision CEUs on December 11th. Participants must attend both sessions to obtain supervision CEUs, and must attend the first session in order to attend the second session. Please register below. Registration for the conference will only be offered online through this website.
The conference cost is $50.00 and is limited to the first 90 registrants. The deadline for registration is 7:00 PM on December 3rd, 2020. There are no
additional discounts provided for this conference. This fee will include both workshops, and six continuing education units. Once you have registered,
you will receive a confirmation e mail with the Zoom conference link and the conference materials.
We are excited to offer our first online conference and hope to see you all soon on Zoom!
Friday, December 4th
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Ethics and the Enneagram: Ethics and the enneagram is an interactive educational experience. Who hasn't grown weary of online meetings which tend to
be a little impersonal? This workshop has been designed to be exactly the opposite! Our topic is actually extremely personal as we'll discover and
discuss how our ethical practice is affected by our personality. Specifically, we'll look at how our Enneagram (pronounced any-uh-gram) type coors
the way we work with our clients and coworkers.
The interplay of each Enneagram type's core features (fears, desires, weaknesses, and longings) affect the decisions made every day, and home and at work.
After we've spent some time reviewing the types, we'll discuss how those differences affext the way you work. The Enneagram can help you do your best
work, and this is the heart of ethical practice.
Friday, December 11th
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Supervision and the Enneagram: Supervision and the Enneagram with build on the knowledge gained in the first workshop. Perhaps you enjoyed our dip
into the Ennegram during part one of this workshop. Part two allows us to dig further and look at what makes each person distinct from others of his
/ her same number. We'll look at the following specifiers: wings, stances, orientation to time, how you might adapt in times of stress and strength,
Just as in part one, once we have a working understanding of how these specifiers affect the way your number works, we'll address how this affects your
ethical practice as a counselor and / or a supervisor. Even if you are not a supervisor, the time spent digging deeper into the layers of Enneagram
wisdom will prove a valuable way to spend your Friday morning.
About the speaker: Julie Kellogg attended the Oklahoma State University Marriage and Family Therapy program and has served as an LMFT
in with populations in community mental health, the severely mentally ill, and adoptive families. She has been an adjunct professor at the University
of Central Oklahoma since 2012. She has most recently immersed herself in the Enneagram, which is sometimes referred to as a personality typing system,
though she prefers to describe it as "the different ways to see the world". She has been amazed by the doors of understanding the Enneagram has swung
open for individuals and for those with whom they interact. Ms. Kellogg loves to share the merits of the Enneagram wih anyone who will listen, including
counselors and supervisors.
REGISTRATION IS NON-REFUNDABLE
Online Registration is now closed
Membership Registration www.oklahomacounseling.org
Oklahoma Counseling Association - $50.00
Division: Oklahoma Mental Health Counselor Association - $10.00