Academies

TherapyWorks Academy is a mental health, counseling and coaching academy.  With the current mental health crisis, mental health professionals are in a shortage. TWA offers coaching certifications, classes, workshops, and intensives. Offering both continuing education for the seasoned professional and certification programs for those who want to enter the field.

 

 

 


The Harmony-Arion Relationship Tools Academy (HART) is an innovative methodology developed by Michael Holler and Patsy Evans. Its foundation combines the wisdom of Transactional Analysis, The Gottman Method, and our combined 30 years of clinical experience.This academy offers classes, workshops, and intensives that teach progressive mental health, communication, and intimacy techniques and interventions. This program is designed to serve licensed professionals, individuals, couples, and those who desire entry-level work in the field.

 

 

 


The Balanced Resolutions Academy (BRA) is a business, leadership, and business psychology academy. BRA offers  soft skills, leadership, team building and  human resource academy. Our classes, workshops, and intensives are available on campus, via webinar, or onsite.  Topics include but are not limited to team building, leadership, human resources, and business. This academy is designed to serve individuals who desire individual career growth, small business owners who need help navigating the business world, and corporations seeking to develop or change their corporate cultures, prevent costly employee turn over, and desire employee educational growth.

 

 

 


The DivorceWorks Academy is your one stop Divorce and Relationship Transition support network. Knowledge is power. We have a variety of Financial, Legal and Mental Health workshops who specialize in working with individuals, couples and families to help make this major life transition as easy, private and inexpensive as possible.

Wether your divorce is high conflict or collaborative, we can provide the courses, workshops, and intensives needed to move forward with your life.

 

 

 


The Sex Positive Academy (SPA) is an educational community devoted to the education and advocacy of positive sexuality, healthy relationships, and intimacy. Our center consists of workshops, events, classes, seminars a multimedia resource library.  We work with relationship, sexuality, kink, mental health, and legal professionals and experts from all over the world.

Our classroom culture is one we are proud to model much of our philosophies and goals from the Center for Sex Positive Culture in Seattle, Washington.

“As proponents of sex-positive culture, the Center believes that the appropriate uses of sex extend beyond reproduction. They include creating personal pleasure, bonding intimate relationships, promoting spiritual growth, and enhancing emotional and physical health. In a sex positive world, everyone has the freedom and resources to pursue a fulfilling and empowering sex life. “

The SPA inspires and assists its volunteers, teachers, and experts to produce experiential events where students can explore their sexual interests in a physically and emotionally safe environment.

We also are proponents of healthy relationships and teach a number of programs designed to enhance communication, intimacy, and connection.


The Kink Aware Therapy Academy (KTCI) offers a fundamental and advanced working knowledge and important clinical considerations and interventions in the treatment of this population based upon one clinician’s 20 plus years of experience, the current research, and community literature.

The primary mission of KTCI is to educate medical, mental health, and sex education professionals on the proper care and understanding of those who identify as gender, sexual, or relationship outsiders. Our goals are to reduce the stigma associated with the “Kink” community and normalize the concept of sexual outsiders in the hopes of increasing awareness, research, and the quality of healthcare for these special populations.

With the advent of the Internet, those who participate in alternative forms of relationship, gender, and sexual expression have come together as a community and have created a new sexual minority subculture. The clinical needs of this community are different than the traditional mental health client and it is important for all mental health clinicians and healthcare providers to be familiar with the standard of care that may be different in the varied populations that make up this community.

Our programs include a companion textbook, Working with Kink Clients: A Clinician’s Manual. The text is designed to follow the program and offers an extensive appendix collection of tools for the students to use in their future work.