PractitionerPro® Trainings

Expanding Behavioral Health Services to Meet Community Epidemic Needs

Psychosocial Treatments

The Psychoeducation programs of Insight Therapies LLC teach people about stress, and how stress is affecting your body, thoughts, feelings, and behavior. The programs provide action-planning coping strategies, communication skills, goal planning, problem-solving skills, and how to recognize the signs of stress. Family psychoeducation programs decrease stress, improve relationships, and often helps both the patient and families alleviate strains at home while promoting health and wellness. The programs offer benefits to both mental health disorders and physical health problems.

Psychosocial Treatments ~ 28 Day Course

Family-to-Family ~  12 session course for families and friends 

                who have a loved one with mental or medical illness.

Integrated Health Care

Integrated health care is an approach that treats both mental and physical problems and disorders. It recognizes that a physical ailment requires treatment of the whole person body, mind, and spirit. Backed by science, studies show that stress management using cognitive-behavioral methods decrease symptoms of depression, anxiety, stress, and pain as well as improves positive mood, memory, and quality of life. Stress Management is also beneficial as a prevention and intervention method for Postpartum Depression, ADD-ADHD, High BP, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Pain Relief, Migraines, Insomnia, and common symptoms including Nausea, Fatigue, and more. The benefits proven by research reduce medical and mental health symptoms, provide coping skills, and allow conditions the ability to improve and to become manageable.

Treatment Model

The treatment model is a combined CBT approach that employs relaxation, cognitive, and communication skills interventions (Interpersonal Skills).

What Is Assertiveness?

Have you ever been to a party and found yourself avoiding someone because you didn't know what to say? Have you ever realized, after the fact, that you had been unfairly criticized or taken advantage of? Are you hesitant to express your thoughts or opinions? Do you find dealing with authority figures difficult? These are examples of situations that involve assertive behavior. Assertiveness can be defined as communication in which one expresses oneself in a direct and honest manner in interpersonal situations, while simultaneously respecting the rights and dignity of others.

What Is Assertiveness Training?

Assertiveness training can be an effective treatment for certain conditions, such as depression, social anxiety, and problems resulting from unexpressed anger. Assertiveness training can also be useful for those who wish to improve their interpersonal skills and sense of self-respect.

Reasons for Assertiveness Training

Assertiveness training is based on the principle that we all have a right to express our thoughts, feelings, and needs to others, as long as we do so in a respectful way. When we don't feel like we can express ourselves openly, we may become depressed, anxious, or angry, and our sense of self-worth may suffer. Our relationships with other people are also likely to suffer because we may become resentful when they don't read our minds for what we are not assertive enough to be telling them. There are no hard-and-fast rules of what assertive behavior is; rather, it is specific to the particular time and situation. In other words, behavior that is appropriately assertive for one person in one situation may be either excessively passive or too aggressive for someone else in a different situation. Finally, assertiveness training is based on the idea that assertiveness is not inborn, but is a learned behavior. Although some people may seem to be more naturally assertive than others, anyone can learn to be more assertive.

Although these ideas may sound simple and straightforward, behaving assertively can sometimes be difficult for almost anyone, and is often impossible for some people. For this reason, assertiveness training focuses not only on talking about the importance of assertiveness, but also on learning assertive behaviors and practicing these behaviors with the help of a professional therapist.

What Is the Difference Between Assertiveness and Aggression?

People sometimes confuse assertiveness with aggression, believing that assertiveness training might make them pushy or inconsiderate of others. In fact, assertiveness can be thought of as a middle point between passivity and aggression. In interpersonal situations, passive behavior occurs when you focus on the needs and desires of another person, but ignore your own needs and wishes. In contrast, aggressive behavior occurs when you force your own needs on others. Source: ABCT

Meditation, Mindfulness & Guided Imagery

A Practical Education and Mobile Ready toolkit

Classes offer Student Kit: Mobile Coach adaptable for PC, Smartphone or Tablet. Ready-to-use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Exercises: Therapeutic Relaxation Exercises & Techniques include Audios, Videos, Music, and Interpersonal Skill Building worksheets.

Get a student starter kit to deliver in-person therapy, virtual or mobile coaching. Four Programs included in the student starter kit. Run programs, workshops, groups, or provide self-help tools to patrons.

About Training

With this exceptional meditation program, working in mind-body medicine, you’ll develop confidence and skills to deliver a meditation practice working with both children and adults to teach meditation, and relaxation techniques to others. Register Today for Home-Study Training You get a customizable starter kit that delivers Meditation, Mindfulness & Guided Imagery exercises that expand into developing Interpersonal skills. A Complete starter kit gives you all the tools you need for a fast start-up: Patient /Trainer Workbook, child/adult brochures, audios, videos, music, and workbooks, How to Handle Anger, Stress and Assertiveness Training.


Promote relaxation with scientifically proven methods to reduce anger, anxiety, depression, stress, and pain as well as improve positive mood, memory, and quality of life.

Select Your Program Choice



Health and Wellness Coach

Maternity Stress

                      Family Coach:

Parent PAT Parent as Teachers

Caregiver CAT Caregivers as Therapeutic Agent


Peer Addiction Recovery Health Coach

Peer-to-Peer Health Coach

Peer-to-Peer Parent Health Coach

Employee Peer Health Coach

Family Services Peer-to-Peer Health Coach

Pregnancy & Maternity Care Peer-to-Peer Health Coach

For more information or to make a request call Martha Watson, Ph.D., CAMS II, Stress, Bullying & Anger Management Specialist Distance Education Coordinator

(814) 662 – 5338

Insight Therapies LLC