CISP Fall Conference Webinar 2020
September 18, 2020
And Doctor Makes Three: Mental Health and Fertility Challenges
Abbie Winter LMFT
Ethics and Legal Considerations
Tyler Coe, Attorney at Law
Please join us Friday September 18, 2020 as we engage virtually in the Fall CISP Conference! We will welcome Abbie Winter, M.S. LMFT in the morning as she speaks about the clinical process of working with clients navigating the spectrum of experiences and challenges through the fertility journey. After a break for lunch we will welcome back Tyler Coe Attorney at Law with Whitfield and Eddy Law to lead our Ethics Presentation. Tyler provided a highly engaging and informative Ethics program at our 2019 Fall Conference and is back due to the resounding positive response received from attendees!
This training is worth 6 CEU's for the full day or 3 CEU's for the morning and afternoon sessions each. The afternoon session will count towardthe 3 Ethics CEU's required for biennial licensure renewal. This training meets requirements set forth by the Iowa Boards of Behavioral Science and Social Work for Continuing Education.
$120 for AM and PM trainings
$60 for AM training
$60 for PM training
Abbie Winter, M.S. LMFT
Abbie Winter is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist with a private practice in West Des Moines, IA, where she works closely with local and nationwide fertility clinics. She has worked with clients facing fertility struggles for nearly 10 years, providing ongoing counseling and mental health evaluations for third party reproduction. She graduated with her MS from Iowa State University, where she was a lecturer in the Marriage & Family Therapy department from 2009-2012. She is a Clinical Fellow with the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapists (AAMFT), Allied Health Professional Member of American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), and former Communications Chair for the Iowa Association of Marriage & Family Therapists (IAMFT).
Objective 1: Learn the most common causes of infertility and associated medical interventions.
Objective 2: Explore the unique impact of fertility challenges on mental and relational health.
Objective 3: Discuss treatment strategies and the role of the mental health professional for clients going through infertility.
Tyler L. Coe, Attorney At Law
Tyler Coe is an attorney with Whitfield and Eddy Law where focuses his practice on families and the personal needs they may have both during and after dissolution. He is able to assist in matters involving children and can help establish plans that prepare for their future. Tyler also provides mediation services, which enables the parties to have greater control over their end result. Additionally, he assists clients with pet custody issues. Tyler believes it is never too soon to establish plans for life, including consulting on pre-nuptial agreements. With every stage in life, and accompanying changes in responsibilities, Tyler can provide insight and detail to help build confidence in a sound life plan. Tyler’s community involvement includes serving on a non-profit board that was ranked on Business Record’s Book of Lists as one of the top-25 most ininfluential boards in the Des Moines metro area and the Downtown Des Moines Chamber of Commerce. He regularly provides media outlets and professional organizations with commentary on Iowa law.