When

Tuesday, October 31, 2023 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM EDT
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Where

Mental Health America of NKY & SWOH (Blue Ash) 
11238 Cornell Park Dr.
Blue Ash, OH 45242
 

 
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Contact

Kara Atwell
Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio 
859-431-1077 
katwell@mhankyswoh.org

Continuing Education (CEU) Information 

Mental Health America of NKY & SWOH is an approved sponsor of continuing education by the Kentucky Board of Social Work (KBSWSP 202320). 

Both sessions have been submitted to the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Work, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for 3 CEU per session.

Cancellation Policy

No-shows and cancellations within 48 hours of the event will be assessed a $50 fee to cover preparation time, materials provided, and other various expenses. Cancellations are accepted up to two working days before the training. If less than 50% of registrants attend, the event may be cancelled or rescheduled.

*May change individual attending at no cost.

Learning to Press Pause with Functional Tapping


The morning session is full. You can sign up for the afternoon session here.

Session 1: October 31 | 9 AM - 12 PM in-Person: Stress, Anxiety Relief with EFT/Tapping (Introduction)

If living through COVID-19 has taught us anything, it is that we must be mentally and emotionally strong to function through times of crisis, immense stress, uncertainty, and fear of the future. Couple this with the continuous human rights stressors and self-resiliency, and reaching one’s full potential is compromised. So how can we equip ourselves and our clients with the tools to persevere through hard times like these?

The goal of this workshop is to introduce a tool that helps reduce anxiety, impulsivity, trauma, and secondary trauma. In this experiential skill development session, participants learn Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), commonly called Tapping. It’s called Tapping because you tap on Acupuncture Meridian Points on your face and upper body.  This evidence-based self-modulating tool reduces stress and anxiety; it treats trauma and other negative emotions without re-traumatization and is FREE to self-administer anytime and anywhere.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how stress affects cognition and critical thinking
  • Describe How Tapping works
  • Implement Functional Tapping (FT) for stress, anxiety, and grounding.

Session 2: November 7 | 9 AM - 12 PM via Zoom: Building Mastery and Confidence in EFT/Tapping

Prerequisite: Stress, Anxiety Relief with EFT/Tapping (Part 1)

This course will review the material from Session One and build skill confidence. It is offered a week after the first session so participants can practice what they learned in Session One. This session addresses skill applications and troubleshooting. Attendees will also practice these skills with their cohorts so that they leave the course confident to incorporate this practical, effective and life-changing tool for personal or professional use.

Learning Objectives

  • Explain how stress affects cognition and critical thinking
  • Describe How Tapping works
  • Implement Functional Tapping (FT) for stress, anxiety, and grounding.
  • Demonstrate Public Tapping
  • Create a plan to incorporate Tapping for clients or personal use

Presenter: Tijana Coso, BA, MA, EFT Certified Tapping

Tijana teaches Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), commonly called Tapping to organizations and conferences: National Association of Social Workers, Counseling/ School Associations, Head Start, Association of Educating Young Children, and other associations/agencies for mental health, educational institutions, child development, and trauma. Her EFT expertise also assists with trauma-informed care, self-regulation in schools (SEL), secondary trauma, implicit bias, and those battling addiction.

She is an affiliate trainer with Bessel van der Kolks Trauma Research Foundation, The Therapeutic Alliance and a State of Ohio Child Welfare Training Program, an Ohio Department of Education Approved Trainer, and a visiting trainer at the Gestalt (OH, MA). She is best known for creating Functional Tapping (FT), a simplified version of EFT that takes the confusion out of EFT. Functional Tapping is easily replicated, making it valuable stress, anxiety, and grounding tool to be used and taught to others.