Continuing Education & Clinical Training

continuing education

Fellowship Hall is approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP No. 6839) and the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) to provide credits for continuing education classes. 

For more information on which credits are available for the courses we provide, please reference our course list below with continuing education units and types indicated. For the requirements for submitting credits for credential renewals, clinicians may visit the NCSAPPB website at or the NBCC website at

NCSAPPB Course Credit Descriptions


Training Fees


$40 single class – registration closes 24 hours prior to class

$20 single class for currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students. Email your current class schedule to and we’ll send you a Student Discount Coupon Code. You must be currently enrolled to receive this discount.

$50 walk up registration – subject to availability

  • Registration Fees are non-refundable, but may be transferred to another individual for the same session with 24 hours advance notice.
  • Reservations will not be rolled over between sessions.
  • For information about possible group rates, please contact us at
  • Each class has been granted credit hours by the NCSAPPB and/or the NBCC (as indicated).
  • You must attend the entire training class to receive credit. If you arrive late, leave early, or are not present for any portion of training, a certificate will not be issued
  • Lost certificates will not be re-issued

Questions or complaints?
Contact our Outreach Coordinator at or 336-621-3381.  

For information regarding credit hours, contact the  NCSAPPB at 919-832-0975, or the NBCC at 336-547-0607



Thursday, August 16, 2018, 1:00-5:00PM
Soul Collage
credits: 4 NBCC; 3.75 NCSAPPB (GSB) Credit 18-099-G
presented by Margaret Wyche, LPC, LCAS, CCS

SoulCollage® is a creative and rewarding collage art therapy technique developed by Seena Frost, MA, M.Div.  In shaping SoulCollage®, Frost drew from the works of Fritz Perls’ gestalt therapy, Virginia Satir’s work with parts, and from art therapy which holds that art-making in and of itself is therapeutic. Frost was also inspired by Jungian concepts of the unconscious and archetypes.   She too was moved by Jungian, James Hillman’s, concept of the soul’s code, as well as by the value of personal narrative and myth-making. .  The “Soul” in SoulCollage® refers to the complex and mysterious Self about which we seek to become more aware.   The SoulCollage® process is in two parts: 1) making SoulCollage® cards, and 2) using SoulCollage® cards.  Through the process of making SoulCollage® cards a personal deck of cards is created.   Each SoulCollage® card contains one energy depicting one aspect of the person who is collaging the card. Energies fall into four categories or suits: personality parts, relationships, physical energies, and archetypes.

Once cards have been made, they can be used in a number of ways to assist a client in accessing his or her own inner guidance and meaning and expressing these to others.

About the presenter: I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist and a Certified Clinical Supervisor. I have also completed three years of training in Somatic Experiencing (SE) which is a body-awareness approach to trauma. Dr. Peter Levine realized that human beings have an innate ability to overcome the effects of trauma. SE supports our bodies to access our body’s innate wisdom and apply it to healing and resolving the effects of trauma. What I love most about my work is being allowed on the journey with individuals and families as they grow and heal emotionally and spiritually.

I specialize in working with adults around a wide assortment of issues and concerns including grief and loss, codependency, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction and other life challenges. I facilitate creative expression groups and SoulCollage(R).I also work with families of chemically dependent individuals to facilitate interventions.

I have over 25 years experience working with individual and families. One of the things I love most is incorporating SoulCollage(R) into my work with individuals and families. SoulCollage(R) offers a way to tap into one’s own wisdom and intuition.

Walk up registration is $50


Thursday, September 20, 2018, 1:00-5:00PM
Addiction and Domestic Violence
credits: 4 NBCC; 4 NCSAPPB (SS) Credit 18-029-S

presented by Christine Murray, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT

Domestic violence and other forms of interpersonal violence often co-occur with substance abuse in clinical populations. However, historically there is a lack of training and treatment coordination among professionals who work within domestic violence agencies and substance abuse treatment programs. The purpose of this workshop is to provide substance abuse professionals with an understanding of the dynamics of abusive relationships and assessment and counseling strategies that help to support survivors, hold offenders accountable, and prevent future violence. Particular attention will be paid to strategies for coordinating treatment between domestic violence, mental health, and substance abuse professionals to promote more coordinated treatment and response approaches. This presentation will include lecture, small and large group discussion, and interactive activities.

About the presenter: Dr. Murray is passionate about working to end intimate partner violence and other forms of abuse. Her research, teaching, and service all reflect this commitment to supporting survivors, holding offenders accountable, and preventing future violence. Recently, most of her work has centered on understanding and ending the stigma surrounding intimate partner violence. She is the Co-Founder of the See the Triumph Campaign (, which is a research-based social media campaign that highlights the stories of hundreds of survivors of past abuse. She also serves as the Director of the Guilford County Healthy Relationships Initiative, which is a partnership between UNCG and the Phillips Foundation to promote happy, healthy, and safe relationships of all kinds. Outside of work, Dr. Murray enjoys coaching youth basketball, volunteering in the community, and running.



Thursday, October 18, 2018, 1:00-5:00PM
Evidenced Based Practices for Co-Occurring Disorders
credits: 4 NBCC; 3.75 NCSAPPB (SS) (PSY) (EBT) (ETHICS .5) Credit 18-050-S
presented by Joanna Linn, Ph.D., LPCS, LCAS, CCS, NCC

This training will explore practical implications of current research involving co-occurring disorders. A structured but flexible model will be presented to assist professionals in evaluating and engaging individuals effectively. Interactive learning methods will be emphasized throughout this training to address an array of co-occurring mental health and substance abuse needs in an integrated treatment approach.

Topics will include: identifying the complex needs of individuals with co-occurring disorders in substance abuse treatment systems; utilizing a quadrant system for basic screening, treatment planning and referral; an overview of evidence-based interventions and treatment applications for co-occurring disorders; as well as ethical and licensure considerations of scope of practice for practitioners and supervisors.

About the presenter: Joanna received her undergraduate degree in education, her master’s degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University and her doctorate in counseling and counselor education from UNC-Charlotte. She has been a counselor in a variety of settings ranging from Opioid Addiction Clinics and Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Programs to counseling patients with alcohol and drug-related trauma in a Level I Trauma Center. Her research areas of interest include Empathy and Secondary Traumatic Stress, Compassion Satisfaction in Helping Professionals, and Evidence Based Practices in Addiction Treatment. She currently works in Corporate Compliance at an MCO, teaches classes in substance abuse counseling and wellness as an adjunct instructor at a local community college, and conducts trainings throughout the state for NC Council of Community Programs and AHEC. She has presented at multiple organizational, regional, state, and national conferences and is a past chair of the Cutting Edges Techniques committee of the IAAOC division of the American Counseling Association.