Jan Ogren, MFT

Continuing Education Units (CEU) 

 for LMFT, LCSW, LPCC and LEP. 
Provided by Jan Ögren, MA, LMFT

CAMFT approved Continuing Education Provider # 025123


Currently due to COVID 19 no future workshops are planned at this time. 

Please contact Jan Ogren, MFT at Janowrites@gmail.com to be notified when the retreat center reopens. 

CAMFT approved Continuing Education Provider # 025123

Course meets the qualifications for 6 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences 

Comments from participants about the Psychological Shamanism workshops - 

"An excellent course and I will apply this to my practice. I have more confidence in using shamanism and I have more clarity. It normalized what I do." 

"Best CEU course I have taken. Course exceeded my expectations"


Ongoing Friday Workshops in downtown Santa Rosa 

Workshops will be experiential, fun, and practical. 

Focusing on supporting therapists so that they can empower clients and together we can help transform the world. 

Topics will include working with GLBTQQIAP and P* clients, exploding the gender spectrum, how to use Aikido and somatic practices in therapy, Psychological Shamanism, working with spiritual issues, using clients’ stories for healing, self-disclosure and countertransference, and other subjects.  


if you would like to gain CEU in a local, lost cost, fun setting contact
Jan Ogren at JanOWrites@gmail.com 
or (707) 544-7756 
you can watch some of my past presentations at "Videos of Presentations". 

 Jan Ögren, MA, LMFT is a licensed Marriage, Family Therapist, shaman, storyteller, and international author. Preferred pronouns are tey, tem, teir (non-binary, singular).
Tey earned a master’s degree from Sonoma State University in Counseling (MFCC) in 1989. For over 30 years, tey has worked in the psychotherapy field in private practice and offering talks and workshops helping people change their neurological programming and recover from trauma.  Jan was a subject matter expert for the BBS: Board of Behavioral Science Examiners for twelve years, and chaired the ethics committee for her local Marriage, Family Therapist for more than ten years. Tey has apprenticed with Native American teachers for over thirty years, learning to walk in both the “normal” world and in the mystical realms. She works closely with the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) combining spirituality and science and leads workshops in psychological shamanism, which is the blending of psychological and shamanistic teachings specifically designed for Western culture. Since 1989 tey has been a regular presenter at the International Conference on Shamanism and Alternative Methods of Healing.

Program Goals: To assist licensed therapists to fully explore and embrace their authentic selves so that they can help clients achieve their fullest potential.

Increase therapists understanding and ability to serve specific populations that are at higher risk for suicide and depression. Specifically focused on the GLBTQQIAP & P* population, cross-cultural and those experiencing spiritual crises.  

Create a safe learning environment and relevant educational materials to encourage clinicians to explore their own personal issues related to gender, sexuality, spirituality, and culture. Also address related biases, and counter transference issues that could affect clients.

Give clinicians tools to assess and treat clients during spiritual crisis and be able to distinguish between psychotic episodes and spiritual crises.

As clinicians become more knowledgeable and more comfortable within themselves they help clients by decreasing the risk of suicide and depression within these populations to allow fuller expression of the full spectrum of our individuality. 


* Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Pansexual and Polyamorous.

Non-Discrimination Policy: In support of the program goals to enhance and support authenticity this program is committed to the acceptance of all individuals or groups with respect  to  gender, race, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, or other prohibited basis. Enrollment in this program does not require attendees to adhere to any particular religion or creed in order to participate in training.  

Certificates: To obtain a CEU certificate participants must sign-in at the beginning of the workshop, attend the full workshop, sign-out at the end, and fill out an evaluation. No credit will be given for partial attendance. Certificates will be given out at the end of the workshop.

After completing the course, if you need another copy of the certificate, please contact me at JanOWrites@gmail.com and include you name, address, license number and date and name of the workshop you attended. There is a $15 administration fee for sending out a duplicate certificate. Duplicate certificates will be available for two years after the workshop. 

Concerns and Grievances: I am committed to offering CEU in a manner which promotes all participants learning in a safe, respectful environment and in compliance with all legal and ethical standards. If you have any concerns about the courses, including but not limited to the presenter, material presented, style of presentation, enrollment and  registration, or the facility please submit them in writing to JanOWrites@gmail.com.

Jan Ögren, LMFT is approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFT, LCSW, LPCC & LEP. Jan Ögren, LMFT maintains responsibility for this program/course and its content  
CAMFT approved Continuing Education Provider # 025123

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