THANKS TO OUR 2019 CONFERENCE SPONSORS:
Welcome! Christian Counseling Professionals of Chicagoland began in January 2011 with over 30 individuals from 17 Christian counseling agencies gathered at Meier Clinics of Wheaton. In this initial meeting, we discussed ways to collaborate and offer mutual training, marketing, and outreach projects. A Steering Committee was formed and meets faithfully each month to create objectives and goals as a unified group of believers.
“Successful Practice Management in Ever-Changing Healthcare Times”
October 18, 2019 CeU Workshop
Linden Oaks Outpatient Center
Featuring a Panel Discussion with Leaders in the Field
Various topics will be discussed including:
8:30am - Registration/Light Breakfast/Networking
9:00am-10:30am - CEU Panel Discussion
10:30am-11:00am - Q&A with Panel
This workshop is worth 2 CEUs and is free to CCPC Members ($10 for non-members)
Save the Dates
January Workshop - "Counseling After the Affair"
Friday, January 24, 2020 - Linden Oaks Outpatient Center
Featuring: Rory Scher, LMFT
March Conference - "Out of the Shadows, Under the Cross: Sexual Addiction and the Church"
Tuesday, March 17, 2020 - Wheaton Bible Church
Featuring: Dr. Patrcik Carnes, PsyD, CSAT and Pennie Carnes. LPC, CSAT
Recap of February 2019 Conference
Dr. Gary Chapman, famous author, and speaker blessed attendees of the conference entitled, "Helping Teens While We're Still Under Construction" worth 5 CEUS, with guidance on the 5 Love Languages of teens, raising teens in a screen-driven world, grace in anger and dealing effectively with our own failures. All who attended were impressed by Dr. Chapman's years of wisdom and transparency on these topics.
Recap of January 2019 Workshop
Dr. Jeffrey Johnson, Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services of Central DuPage Hospital/Northwestern Medicine in Winfield, IL, presented fascinating information in his workshop entitled, "What You May Not Know About Substance Abuse" worth 2 CEUS. All who attended were received an extensive history of substance abuse treatment and were advised on the ethics of treating these disorders.