Professional Development Series

This series enables licensed mental health professionals to meet DORA (Department of Regulatory Agencies) requirements through workshops conducted by outstanding professional presenters. People House’s Professional Development Series can help you meet DORA licensing requirements. These workshops do not count as CEU’s.

If you are interested in applying to present a Professional Development Series workshop for 2018, please contact Ellie Patterson at 303-480-5130 or

All workshops are held the second Tuesday of every other month month from 1:30-6:00 PM at People House in Denver, located at 3035 W. 25th Avenue, off of Federal. Each workshop provides 4 hours of Continuing Professional Development credit. Investment per workshop: $65. Buy a package of 4 workshops for $200 and save $60 PayPal - The safer, easier way to pay online!  Register using the links below, or call PH 303-480-5130.


Note: Tickets are non-refundable. If a situation arises in which you cannot make the presentation that you purchased a ticket for, the ticket will be transferred to one of our other Professional Development Series presentations. All ticket dispute decisions will be decided by the Executive Director of People House.


October 10th | Neurofeedback: Facilitating Change in Therapy and Treatment| Presented By: Susan Tzankow

Do you have clients who are endlessly stuck? According to trauma specialist Bessel van der Kolk, neurofeedback is the missing link in resolving trauma, the underlying factor in most dysfunctional mental, emotional and behavioral adaptation. Neurofeedback has been proven effective in resolving issues of ADD/ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, depression, addictions, chronic pain, sleep, and much more as well as facilitating peak performance, well-being and spiritual growth. Through presentation and live demonstration, Certified Advanced NeurOptimal™  Neurofeedback Trainer, Susan Tzankow will introduce you to how this cutting edge modality can be a game changer for your clients.



November 14th | The Complexity of ADHD: A Holistic Approach| Presented By:Dr. Christl Everett

Have you ever wondered why you can write a paragraph in 15 minutes one day and the next it takes you all day? Does sound disrupt your thought process? Does your child have an A intelligence but brings home D’s on his/her report card? This class will help you understand these and other symptoms of ADHD. Throughout this class we will draw upon personal and professional experiences and current research to understand the social and personal implications of ADHD. Topics covered include: history of ADHD, learning diversity, current diagnostic protocols, heredity, comorbid conditions, nutrition, physical health (GI tract & allergies), environmental factors, executive functioning, neurodiversity and personality niching, resources, and managing ADHD holistically.

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