Online Courses

Online Previously Recorded Workshops and Classes

The Hiebert Institute has a library of previously recorded classes and workshops.  They are available to individuals who are working on the Hiebert Institute Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy or individuals who wished to view them as part of the continuing education,  Please contact the agency for costs and access to the videos:
marfamcslg@aol.com

 

Classes

HI 773  Premarital Counseling
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   6 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  32

 

HI 774  Introduction to Marriage Counseling
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   6 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  32

 

HI 775  The Self in Marriage
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   6 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  28

 

HI 776  Communications & Marital Interactions
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   28 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  28

 

HI  777  Divorce:   A Predictable Crisis
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   6 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  28

 

HI 780  After the Affair - Parts 1 and 3
Instructor:  Derek Ball
Length:   28 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  28

 

HI 886 - Skills in Couple Counseling
Instructor:  Derek Ball
Length:   28 hours                     Credit:  3                     CEUs:  28

 

Workshops

HI 892 Preparing for the MFT Exam
Instructor:  William Hiebert
Length:   6 hours                                                         CEUs: 6

 

Marital Patterns: LDS Social Services Tape
Seven marital patterns taken from couples at the clinic of LDS Social Services in Utah. Each pattern is presented in a clip designed to show the pattern not to demonstrate therapy. Then, each pattern has one or more clips of the therapist working with the couple. Some of the therapists are student interns, others by 2licensed therapists.

 

DSM-V and the ICD-10 for LMFTs, LCSWs, and LCPCs
Instructor:  Daniel Stillwell
Length:   6 hours                                                         CEUs: 6
A one-day workshop on using the DCM and ICD for systemic therapists.

Marriage, A History: From Obedience to Intimacy, or How Love Conquered Marriage
Presenter: Stephanie Coontz

Stephanie Coontz addresses the Annual Conference of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and speaks to the evaluation of love as the dominant means for entering marriage in the 21st century
Length: 1 hour

 

The Transparent Brain in Family Therapy
Presenter: Suanne Hanna, Ph.D.

What approaches to family therapy fit with different parts of the brain?  With recent advances in neuroscience, and the evidence mounting, couple and family therapy have never been more relevant!  In this 3-hour live webinar, Suzanne Midori Hanna outlines 5 principles for brain-based family therapy.  Course objectives are:
1.  List five concepts of neuroscience relevant to family and societal relationships.
2.  Describe the neurobiology of interpersonal process.  
3.  Locate brain-friendly elements within common models of family therapy.
4. Integrate body-based interventions into everyday practice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rjqYxWSXXE