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  • 28 Jun 2021 9:24 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The Way for Men is based on the full understanding of the human person and allows survivors of trauma with an experiential program to help them begin, continue, or further their healing journey. For more information on this retreat, and to sign up, click HERE

    Sue Stubbs MS, NCC, CCTP-II is a Masters level, Nationally Certified Counselor and Complex Trauma Professional with over 20 years of experience helping trauma survivors on their healing journey.



  • 21 Jun 2021 7:32 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The third talk is the one of the 3 to listen to first about Anxiety and Depression. The first talk entitled “Adoration” addresses healing Anxiety using Eucharistic Adoration in a specific way. The middle talk address how to help teens who struggle with pornography from a Catholic perspective. These talks can be found HERE

    Bryan Kelso LMFT is a Private practice Catholic therapist who seeks to unburden clients from psychological impediments to sacramental graces.


  • 14 Jun 2021 8:54 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The Way for Women is based on the full understanding of the human person and allows survivors of trauma with and experiential program that helps them begin, move forward or further their journey toward healing. Click HERE for the latest dates of upcoming retreats 

    Sue Stubbs MS, NCC, CCTP-II is a Masters level, Nationally Certified Counselor and Complex Trauma Professional with over 20 years of experience helping trauma survivors on their healing journey.




     


  • 7 Jun 2021 8:34 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The TRG foundation is based on the full understanding of the human person and allows survivors of trauma with practical tools to support them as they heal in order to engage more fully with their families and society. 

    The goal of the 9-week Trauma Recovery Group is to help survivors improve their day-to-day functioning. This group focuses on helping survivors to live effectively in the present moment, stabilize by identifying conflicts and unlearning specific distortions related to the effects of the trauma. This group is based on Dr. Colin Ross’s Trauma Model, an internationally recognized and research-based model for effective therapy with survivors of trauma. See HERE for the upcoming date of the group. Additional information about this group, and how to register can be found HERE

    Sue Stubbs MS, NCC, CCTP-II is a Masters level, Nationally Certified Counselor and Complex Trauma Professional with over 20 years of experience helping trauma survivors on their healing journey. 




  • 1 Jun 2021 8:57 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The Way: Stations of the Cross for Survivors of Abuse is the way Jesus took to overcome dread, confusion, deep hurt, betrayal and anger not only for his experience of abuse – which culminated in his death on the cross and new life in the Resurrection – but for your abuse as well. You can choose to walk The Way with him, learn his ways, transform your pain and suffering into a new life, the life God has always wanted for you, but that the sins of another acted upon you has disfigured in countless ways. This book is in line with the CPA in that it encompasses a full understanding of the human person in how they heal from abuse. The Way: Stations of the Cross for Survivors of Abuse can be found HERE

    Sue Stubbs MS, NCC, CCTP-II is a Master's level, Nationally Certified Counselor and Certified Complex Trauma Professional with over 20 years experience helping survivors of abuse on their healing journey. 


  • 17 May 2021 8:55 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    Scrupulosity is a very common source of distress for many of CPA members' clients and this podcast provides a very different take on the underlying, unconscious root causes of scrupulosity and how to treat it.

    This episode describes how scrupulosity as a symptom of a deeper issue and discusses how to find and resolve its root underlying causes.

    Peter Malinoski is a psychologist and co-founder of soulsandhearts.com, which provides psychological resources grounded in a Catholic worldview.

      

  • 10 May 2021 9:23 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    This Doctor Doctor podcast episode dives in to how physical symptoms can express psychological and emotional distress in Catholics, a topic most relevant to CPA members.

    We dive into the mind-body link and common causes, treatments, and practices you can use to relieve the distress that underlies physical symptoms.

    Peter Malinoski is a psychologist and co-founder of soulsandhearts.com, which provides psychological resources grounded in a Catholic worldview.

    Listen to this podcast HERE

       


  • 3 May 2021 8:42 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    The Interior Therapist Community focuses on the human formation of the Catholic Therapist through experiential exercises and psychoeducation informed by Internal Family Systems approaches and grounded in a Catholic anthropology. Nearly all ITC members are CPA members as well, and we promote the CPA.

    The Interior Therapist Community at soulsandhearts.com/itc provides a relational, experiential training ground for forming Catholic clinicians.

    Peter Malinoski, Ph.D. is a psychologist specializing in the human formation of Catholic clinicians who seek interior integration and community.

       

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  • 13 Apr 2021 12:00 PM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    Many CPA members regularly listen to the Interior Integration for Catholic Podcast, which promotes psychotherapy grounded in a Catholic anthropology. The Interior Integration for Catholics Podcast brings to you each week the best psychological information essential for your human formation. 

    Peter T. Malinoski, PhD. is a psychologist and co-founder of soulsandhearts.com, which provides psychological resources grounded in a Catholic worldview. 

    Tune into this podcast HERE.

      


  • 5 Apr 2021 8:27 AM | Mary Hanys (Administrator)

    Values Grounded Parenting is a new book that provides a way for parents to reclaim the joy of parenthood. It provides a practical and unique framework for raising respectful, responsible and healthy children. The book outlines 4 Pillars: Pillar I – Vision, Values, and Family Culture; Pillar II – The 5 C’s to Effective Values Grounded Parenting; Pillar III –Boundaries and Discipline; and Pillar IV – Productive Conflict and Mistake Making. 68

    Discipline and boundary setting, one of the most difficult aspects to parenting, is addressed in detail. The focus is on providing clear, firm boundaries and consequences that are purposeful and teach values grounded lessons. This approach to discipline provides a meaningful experience of discipline that is protective and purposeful without being punitive and shame based. Each chapter contains real world examples and plenty of practical strategies. Also, there are experiential activities throughout that parents and children can participate to help grow their values grounded culture.

    Values Grounded Parenting is a book that supports mental health professionals who work with children, teens and families. It offers a conceptual framework that provides clear direction for parents who are seeking to raise healthy, well-adjusted children. Throughout each chapter, there are many practical tips and examples along with experiential activities for parents to apply this effective approach. The noble vision and 4 Anchor values are consistent with Catholic virtues - values designed to cultivate a solid, life giving family culture.

    Dr. Michael Redivo is clinical psychologist specializing in child / adolescent psychology. He has counseled parents and families for over 25 years. His career has been centered on empowering families to grow and thrive as well as organizations that serve children and families. Dr. Redivo launched a private day school for youth with significant emotional, developmental, and behavioral challenges. In addition to his work as a family / child psychologist, he supervises mental health professionals and teaches graduate psychology students.

    The most challenging and rewarding role he has served is being a values grounded father and husband. Despite various career accomplishments, Dr. Redivo understands one of the most important and meaningful life pursuits is that of a father and husband. His book, Values Grounded Parenting, not only includes best practices from parenting research, but also real world examples that reflect the grit and joy of parenthood.


      


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