Dr. Dean with his vast experience in providing seminars, workshops, and presentations is hired by the following entities and presents on a comprehensive list of topics, a selection of which is listed below:

  • Independent School Districts, and Schools  (Can cover entire day of professional development and in-house trainings with a full menu of options and topics)
  • Universities and Colleges
  • Hospitals, Psychiatric Facilities, and Rehab Centers
  • Non-profit organizations and professional associations
  • Private Practice Groups
  • Law Firms and Law Professional Associations

Dr. Dean and his professional training company, Ulead Ulearn Professional Training Company are approved continuing education provider (CEU) for the Texas  LPC Board, Texas LMFT Board, and Texas Social Work Board; additionally many of the workshops are also approved by the Texas Bar Association and can count towards Continuing Legal Education (CLE):

One or multiple topics can be selected by our clients, the order, time, and details of content can all be modified to suit the needs of your organization.
The biographies of each expert presenting on the selected topics will all be provided to the organization so that appropirate marketing and education can be provided. Additionally, If an entire day (3-4 topics and presentations) are selected each attendee will receive a customized manual related to the entire days of training.

Selected Seminars, Workshops, and Presentations:

(Each topic is marked with the following icons to indicate best fit for organization,

  • Protected Health Information, HIPAA, HITECH, and TX HB 300 Medical Privacy Act Training (4 hours)
    Meets and Exceeds HB300 and HIPAA Compliance Training. Presentation also counts for 4 hours of ethics continuing education units (CEU) and continuing legal education (CLE) .

    Grief and Bereavement (1.5 hours)
    Grief is a natural process in the course of the human experience. Everyone grieves at one time or another. However, complications occur if the grieving individual is left without a healthy means of expression. Unfortunately this is all too often the case! This training will educate the participant with forms of grief and unique, respective qualities. Additionally, the relationship between grief and trauma will be thoroughly explained. Means of identifying grieving behavior will be discussed. Activities will be described that can facilitate healthy, individual grieving and, consequently, healthy development in the child, adolescent and adult alike.

    Social Media and Technology on School Campuses; Implications and Interventions  (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Training highlighting newest social media platforms, and how they are utilized.  The benefits and disadvantages of having these apps in a relationship or for children, teens, and on campuses is discussed.

    Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Nonsuicidal Self Injurious Behaviors (NSSI) can be a complicated and confounding issue. While self-injury is not an official diagnosis, it remains frustrating and confusing for families and mental health professionals alike. This training will provide a brief background on origins of NSSI. This will include the key differences between NSSI and suicidal behavior. A brief cultural perspective on self-injury will also be presented. Relationship between NSSI and significant diagnoses will be discussed. An introduction to facilitative activities and techniques with the self-injurious individual will be provided as well.

    Inclusion and Diversity Training: What is  to know in working with Minorities, Immigrants, or Individuals from Diverse Backgrounds (LGBT, Poverty, etc…)(1.5 / 3 hours)
    As our society becomes more diverse, we begin working with individuals that we may not know much about or their cultural or familial background. Our trainings sessions not only prepare the audience in understanding the finer details of expectations from individuals of diverse cultures, they also point to, how this understanding can directly translate into growth and effectiveness management of these individuals.

    Understanding the Anatomy of Depression and Anxiety and their impact on Anger or Addiction  (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Anxiety and depression are frequently diagnosed conditions that permeate our society. Many individuals live with one or both of these conditions without realizing it! This training will define each diagnosis and explain the relationship between the two. A simple, tangible method for conceptualizing these states of being will be outlined. Additionally, simple and realistic techniques for managing depression and anxiety will be described.

    Other Popular Topics:
    Classroom Management Through Relationship (Elementary and Secondary split) (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Social Media IQ (Safety & Intelligence)/ Dating (Violence, Health Habits) (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Assertive Training (Anti-bullying/ Self Esteem Training) (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Substance Abuse & Alcohol Treatment/ Assessment Training (1.5 / 3 hours)
    Rethinking Sexual Addiction, treating out of control sexual behaviors with current DSM-V diagnosis. (1.5 / 3 hours) 

    For a complete list of experts Dr. Dean works and collaborates with please visit www.UleadUlearn.com


Nelson Mandela, the former President of South Africa, who endured many years of hardships in order to lead his nation once stated “Education is the most powerful weapon that one can use to change the world.”

Education is often a concept that people in the poorest of cities and countries dream to obtain. Education is an asset. It is an advantage so strong, that once you have it, it can be the most powerful tool or weapon that any person has ever used in the history of man-kind to change his or her life.
When the system of education through the medium of institutes and universities was first created, this was the goal that people aspired towards.

Today with education readily available in the industrialized world.  The depth of wisdom is no longer reach through primary or secondary education. Rather, it is often gathered in the post graduate, workshops, professional developments, and seminars that are often organized by ones place of employment or those required for continuing education requirements of one’s professional licensure.

It is this genre of education that is often most valuable for most professionals, because not only can they directly apply it to their work and to enhance the lives of those they come into contact with, but also because it allows their lives to become much more efficient. Dr. Dean and his team of expert consultants provide customized, practical, relatable, engaging presentations.  This way not only do employees and staff of an organization remain engaged and connected, but also become much more willing to participate and growth of your practice.

Why practical education?

Practical education over its theoretical counterpart has been an obvious choice amongst students and professionals. This is applicable to any subject that people wish to study at that moment. For instance, imagine a chemistry lesson is in progress. Students are continuously bombarded with random facts about chemical structures, formula, reactions, theories and so many other details. Now, after an hour or two of theoretical brainstorming, students are sent to a laboratory and asked to experiment on everything that they studied in the last hour. There is a striking difference between the two:

  • It develops a better understanding: Instead of the artificial paper-made structures that they made in the past hour, they get to contradict the humdrum that they experienced. They probably didn’t believe that chlorine was a greenish yellow gas, or hydrogen sulphide smelled of rotten eggs, but when they performed it themselves, it just made so much more sense.
  • Acquiring crucial skills: The joy of creating something is the greatest ever experienced. It makes you feel responsible for what you made, and you begin to take charge. Students learn essential lab skills, like accuracy, patience and concentration, which would be tough to learn otherwise.

It is as a result of these reasons that Dr. Dean strives to make each session he is asked to lead as practical, clinical, or applicable as humanly possible. This way, at the conclusion of each of his training sessions, attendees walk away with a solid understanding of not only the why, but also the how.