NEW!Three-Course Bundle: The COVID-19 Pandemic, Trauma, and Grief; The Maternal Mental Health Intensive for Young Parents (PMADs); and The Expectant Therapist
For a limited time, purchase our three new trainings for a bundled price of $299. Save an extra $50 with code PSI50OFF!
6 Total Bundled Course Hours
Mental health professionals today are confronted with the challenging task of guiding clients through unprecedented circumstances in a changing world. This Three-Course Bundle features Seleni's newest two-credit trainings, which equip clinicians with research-backed expertise and practical skills to provide compassionate support to populations with complex needs, as well as navigate the professional changes that accompany major life changes for practicing therapists.
The COVID-19 Pandemic, Trauma, and Grief - 2 CEUs
In addition to the many tragedies and disruptions, the methods by which we manage grief and loss have been upended as well. Human cultures have deeply ingrained traditions of honoring losses with family, friends, and communities, but in the era of social distancing, the long-established means by which we initiate and move through the grieving process have been changed or made impossible.
This professional training discusses normative and complicated grief, trauma, attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, and clinical tools to facilitate the grieving process and resolve trauma, specifically in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Maternal Mental Health Intensive for Young Parents (PMADs) - 2 CEUs
Pregnant and parenting teens contend with many of the same experiences of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and perinatal loss as grief as traditionally aged mothers, but in a different context that often includes additional social, economic, and developmental concerns. This course trains clinicians to provide comprehensive mental health care to this vulnerable population.
The Expectant Therapist - 2 CEUs
If you are a social worker, psychologist, therapist, counselor, or other professional currently practicing, balancing your work with your family-building journey presents a unique array of practical and personal concerns that you may feel unprepared for.
This one-of-its-kind course guides clinicians through the complex professional adjustments that will take place once you are expecting a child, from finances and logistics in the workplace to shifts in relationships and boundaries with clients.
Seleni welcomes students from a variety of professions who are dedicated to serving those facing challenges to their emotional wellbeing during the reproductive years. Our diverse student body includes mental health professionals, doulas and midwives, physical and occupational therapists, students and trainees, medical professionals, community advocates, and administrators.
This activity is co-sponsored by Postpartum Support International and the Seleni Institute. Postpartum Support International is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Postpartum Support International maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support, PLLC is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0477.
Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support, PLLC has been approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6950. Seleni Psychology Counseling and Support is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
This continuing education training can be utilized for DONA International recertification requirements and is approved for 8 CEUs for doulas.
Seleni’s MMHI Training Bundle is approved by Postpartum Support International as an alternate pre-requisite training in the 3-step Certification in Perinatal Mental Health.
The Seleni House Foundation, Inc. is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0095.
Professionals who are not members of the above organizations or professions are often still eligible to earn the CE credits they need by training with Seleni. Most state licensure boards and many national professional organizations grant reciprocity for eligible training programs and we encourage professionals to check with your home state board and/or professional organization regarding its policies on reciprocity prior to enrollment.
Nitzia Logothetis, MSc, MA, LMHC
Psychotherapist and Founder of the Seleni Institute
Nitzia Logothetis, MSc, MA, is a trained psychotherapist, as well as the founder and executive chairwoman of the Seleni Institute. Mrs Logothetis has a professional interest in maternal mental health, mood and anxiety disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder. She has worked as a school counselor at the Colegio Isaac Rabin in Panama and as a psychotherapist at the Karen Horney Clinic in New York.
After obtaining a degree in psychology from Brown University, Mrs. Logothetis earned an MSc in child development from the University of London. As an Honorary Associate Research Fellow at The Institute of Psychiatry in London, she engaged in research into neurological changes associated with autism and was a coauthor of several papers on the subject. She later earned an MA in counseling for mental health and wellness from NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
Christiane Manzella, PhD
Senior Psychologist & Training Instructor
Dr. Manzella comes to Seleni with extensive experience as a clinician, administrator, and professor of psychology. For more than 20 years, Dr. Manzella maintained a private practice in New York City where she provided psychotherapy and supervision in several areas, including grief and bereavement, her specialty.
Dr. Manzella specializes in working with parents after miscarriage, stillbirth, and child loss. Her clinical work also includes helping women and couples navigate fertility challenges as well as the complexities of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Her focus is on helping women and couples find ways to draw on their strengths and take the next steps that are right for them.
Dr. Manzella earned both her master's degree in clinical psychology and doctorate in counseling psychology from New York University. She carried out her doctoral dissertation research at Beth Israel Medical Center hospice, with postdoctoral supervision in grief and bereavement work. Dr. Manzella also has had specialized training at Postpartum Support International, the Postpartum Stress Center, and the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Manzella was named a Fellow in Thanatology: Death, Dying and Bereavement by the Association of Death Educators and Counselors. She has completed a three-year term as a member of their board of directors. She continues to teach at New York University and makes her home in New York City.