The course meets requirements for 3 CEUS for LMFT, LPC, LEP & LCSW as required by California Board of Behavioral Sciences – CEU Provider #60295.
Jodi Klugman-Rabb, LMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage & Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT, LPCC, LEP & LCSW and she maintains responsibility for this course and its content.
15 minute break not counted toward CEU hours
Certificates of completion award in exchange for participation and completed evaluations
Cancelation & Refunds: 100% refund given up to 7 calendar days prior to event, 50% refund given 7 days or less, except same day cancelations forfeit entire fee
Parental Identity Discovery™ Training
Parental Identity Discovery™ is an original 3 CE unit course thoughtfully integrating a unique combination of grief, trauma and family systems skills to support the DNA discovery population such as non-paternal events (NPE), falsified or mislead parentage.
The objective is to help NPE clients assimilate the unwanted changes in their identity, mood and family dynamics, while increasing coping skills and self-actualization. This multimodal, multimedia course provides a sophisticated understanding of the clinical implications of NPE and teaches specific clinical interventions. A unique and growing subpopulation to grief and trauma, NPE have specific needs not often met in a single mental health professional until this course.
I pioneered Parental Identity Discovery™ to provide a cohesive, integrated protocol dedicated to this growing and often misunderstood population. As an NPE myself, I experienced the profound struggle with identity, grief and unwanted changes in family dynamics personally.
Professional Case Consultations
Case consultations are available to colleagues world wide in the mental health field to facilitate successful resolution of DNA discovery issues, including identity crises, identity formation and family dynamics.
Dominican University of California
Adjunct Professor, teaching Career Counseling, Family Therapy and Couples Therapy in the Counseling Psychology graduate program.
As an expert in DNA discovery and identity, I speak about the importance of identity and belonging, the influence of family and culture in belonging, and patterns that play out in world relationships such as social and work circles.
Incorporating more than 16 years of clinical experience with new work and research in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology field, I integrate original family patterns with work life using engaging stories and humor.
Date TBD, Napa Center for Thought & Culture
Previous speaking engagements
2020: Right to Know - webinar
2020 ADHD in Middle School Conference, online
2019 CHADD International Conference on ADHD, Philadelphia
2019 NPE Friends Fellowship Conference, Texas
2019 NPE Symposium, Seattle
2017 CHADD International Conference on ADHD, Atlanta
On-going Sonoma State University guest lecturer