1. Participants will review the Professional Quality of Life Scale (ProQOL) to ascertain their current level of burnout.
2. Participants will engage in creating their own burnout prevention plan for their workplace.
3. Participants will use an ethical decision-making model to case conceptualize an ethical dilemma related to counselor burnout.
1. Participants will see new creative techniques that are easy to use with most clients.
2. Participants will learn many new and unique ways to use the whiteboard as an effective tool in counseling.
3. Participants will learn how to use creative techniques with cognitive-behavioral theories.
4. Participants will be encouraged to be more creative in all aspects of counseling.
1. Participants will learn how psychological trauma changes the way the brain functions.
2. We will discuss and experience several methods of helping clients prepare themselves for doing trauma work.
3. Participants will engage in activities that are used in trauma therapy to work through memories and resolve them.
1. The participant will gain confidence in addressing spiritual issues in treatment.
2. The participant will become more familiar with resources for addressing spiritual issues in counseling.
3. The participant will examine how their own attitudes toward spirituality help or hinder their clients.
Cash, check or credit card accepted | Limited seating available
Cost: $75 for both days | $50 for one day | ½ price for enrolled students
Thursday, May 24
|Registration and Light Refreshments|
|8:30 a.m.||Jennifer E. Randall Reyes, PhD, LPC, ALPS Ethical Balancing Act: Recognizing and Managing Burnout (3 CEU)|
|10 a.m.||15 Minute Break: Refreshments sponsored by WM Counseling|
|11:45 a.m.||Lunch sponsored by Enliven Wellness Overcoming Exhaustion, Fatigue, and Brain Fog by Dr. James Leonette|
|12:45 p.m.||Ed Jacobs, PhD, LPC; Chris Schimmel, EdD, NCC, LPC Impact Therapy: A Multisensory, Theory-Driven Approach to Counseling (3 CEU)|
|2:15 p.m.||15 Minute Break: Refreshments sponsored by New Hope Treatment Centers|
|4 p.m.||End of Day 1|
|Friday, May 25|
|8 a.m.||Registration and Light Refreshments|
|8:30 a.m.||Keith L. Rieder, EdD The Practice of Trauma Therapy (3 CEU)|
|10 a.m.||15 Minute Break: Refreshments sponsored by Chestnut Ridge Center|
|11:45 a.m.||Lunch sponsored by Kidlink Treatment Services|
|12:45 p.m.||Keith L. Rieder, EdD Issues of Spirituality in Counseling (2 CEU)|
|2:45 p.m.||15 Minute Break|
|3 p.m.||Stars and Strides|
|4 p.m.||End of Day 2|
Contact Valerie Hutson, MA, LPC, ALPS
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital awarded Hospital
Accreditation from the Joint Commission
Highland-Clarksburg Hospital announced it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Hospital Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe and effective patient care. The Joint Commission generally reviews a Hospital’s accreditation on a tri-annual basis. Highland-Clarksburg’s original accreditation was October 2013.