February 23rd, 2019
TeleHealth: The New Frontier by Andria Botzet, MA, LAMFT
This presentation will include a discussion about online therapy including an overview of telehealth services, perspectives from providers and patients, as well as ethical considerations for engaging in this fairly new approach to providing counseling services.
ANDRIA BOTZET, LAMFT
Andria Botzet holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from the University of Minnesota and a certificate in marriage and family therapy from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. She has over 20 years of experience working at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Psychiatry, assisting adolescents and families who struggle with substance abuse and other addiction issues, as well as anxiety, depression, and other stressful life circumstances. Andria has also collaborated with multiple agencies as a subject matter expert in positive parenting and brief intervention techniques. She understands that sometimes life can feel difficult or overwhelming, and she admires people’s courage to seek assistance with these inevitable challenges in life. Andria loves working with individuals, couples, and families to help bring about changes to make life and relationships more satisfying. Andria’s warm, compassionate, and thoughtful nature balances her ability to encourage and challenge people to make change in their lives.
Outside of work, Andria enjoys spending time with her husband and three children up at their cabin or travelling to new destinations. She loves animals of all sorts, but has a special place in her heart for dogs. She also loves to be creative and crafty, and hopes to learn how to cook someday!
Under supervision of Richelle Moen, PhD, LMFT & Shelly Davenport, MS, LMFT, BSPC
Professional Membership: American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Minnesota Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Tuesday, December 4th, 2018!!
Join us for this awesome, member’s only, networking event. A chance to connect with other professionals in the field and have that MnCA “home” feel we all need! If you aren’t a member, please go to our membership page, sign up for membership, and join us for the fun!
The 2018 MnCA Annual Conference October 11th and 12th will kick off on Thursday, October 11th at the Shoreview Community Center with a half day Pre-conference “The Journey to Starting a Private Practice” by Amanda Cornelius. This will be an evening event from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
October 12th the Conference will be held from 8:00am-4:30pm at the Shoreview Community Center. This year’s theme “Navigating Your Professional Counseling Journey” will have many topics to choose from throughout the day to help guide you where ever you may be in your career. EARN UP TO 6 CEUs!
NCMHCE Worshop! October 25th: The next study preparation workshop will be held at Bethel University on Thursday October 25th from 6:00pm-9:00pm. Cost is 60$ for members and 80$ for non-members. LIMITED SEATING to 20! Don't miss on this opportunity to walk away with everything you need to prepare for the test. Trainer is Rebecca Lund MA, LPCC RPT-S. Email email@example.com to reserve you spot today. Full refund for requests made 10 days prior to the day of event minus a 10% administrative fee. No refund given within 10 days of the event.
Clinical Supervision Training: Begins October 20th. This course is designed for those who seek to be a board approved supervisor! CEUs to meet BBHT supervisor requirements will be provided. Cost is $850 for MnCA members and $990 for non-members. Limited seating. These 5 Saturdays will run from 8:00-5:30pm. Location: TBD -- Training conducted by Nicholas Ruiz, PhD, LP. To reserve your spot email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full refund for requests made 10 days prior to the day of event minus a 10% administrative fee. No refund given within 10 days of the event.