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Neuroarchitecture of Family Systems

 

NC EAPA November Training Updated

November 12, 2021 In-Person Only

Neuroarchitecture of Family Systems

Facilitated by:

Ward Blanchard, MFT, MBA, CCS, LCAS

Ward has a Masters degree in Psychology—Marriage and Family Therapy and an MBA in Healthcare Administration. Specializing in dual diagnosis, Ward obtained his advance addiction counseling education credential through California Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CADC- II). Ward is also a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS) and a credentialed Clinical Supervisor (CCS). Currently, Ward is honored to serve on the Board of Directors of Addiction Professionals of North Carolina (APNC), a NPO (501c3) empowering advocacy and professional development in the NC human service industry, as Vice President of Southwestern Region of North Carolina.
Ward’s passion is centered on treating and educating individuals, families, and professionals. He has presented extensively at national conferences, hospital systems, continuing medical education events, and public service events.

Location: The Blanchard Institute, 19902 N Cove Road, Cornelius, NC 28031

Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Cost: Members – $45.00/ Non-Members – $85.00

HOTEL INFORMATION
Four Points by Sheraton
16508 Northcross Dr.
Huntersville, NC 28078
704-766-2500
Group rate $91.00 per night – Last day to book 10/28/2021 by 3:00 pm
Book your group rate for NC Employee Assistance Professional Organization

6.0 Hours of Continuing Education

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Thank you, The Blanchard Institute, for partnering with NC EAPA to host this training!

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Merrill-Reid Social Personality Styles In The World Of Work

 

September NC EAPA Training Cancelled

Unfortunately, our September Training featuring Jon Murphy is being cancelled due to the uptick of cases related to the Delta variant of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Due to the robust nature of the presentation, it is not appropriate for a virtual platform.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience, but the health and safety of our attendees is our main concern. Please be safe, practice social distancing, and wash your hands.
Thank you for your understanding!
Adria Chambers, M.Ed., LCMHC
NC EAPA Vice-President and Education Committee Chair

 

 

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HOW TO IMPLEMENT SELF-CARE PRACTICES TO PREVENT COMPASSION FATIGUE

 

Summer NC EAPA Training Opportunity

 July 23, 2021 via ZOOM

HOW TO IMPLEMENT SELF-CARE PRACTICES TO PREVENT COMPASSION FATIGUE

Facilitated by:
Angie Miller, MS, LCMHC

Location: Your Choice, via ZOOM!

Time: 8:30am to 12:00pm

Lunch Menu: Whatever you want – from wherever you are!

Dress: Your choice…again! 3.0 Continuing Education Hours  

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Our Presenter:
Angie Miller, M.S., LCMHC, is a Mental Health Therapist and global fitness speaker and educator who blends her expertise to lead individuals and groups to better health inside and out. Angie owns Angie Miller Fitness, LLC, and she is the founder of Emotional Motion, a virtual retreat experience that helps mid-life women transform the way they think, feel, and move. She hosts a fitness and wellness podcast called Strong Mind Strong Body, and she is a Master Instructor for the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Angie’s rich experiences teaching Stress Management and Sports Psychology at Northern Illinois University, combined with her expertise as a yoga teacher, fitness instructor, and personal trainer, and therapist, influence her work and give her tools to help her clients optimize their physical and emotional health. Angie speaks at conferences throughout the United States and abroad on topics that include stress management, resilience training, exercise motivation, mindfulness, meditation, and positive behavior change. Additionally, she has created a series of exercise videos for at home fitness enthusiasts. She writes for professional journals, and provides digital content, including educational videos, articles, blogs for the National Academy of Sports Medicine, the Athletic & Fitness Association of America, and Gaiam Fit TV & Yoga..

http://www.angiemillerfitness.com

Topic:
COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the work we do as therapists. In our efforts to help others, many of us have forgotten how to attend to our personal needs. Come to this training to understand the impact of compassion fatigue and learn creative ways to build stress resilience. You’ll walk away with a renewed sense of energy as you explore the power of setting boundaries with those who take advantage of our helping spirit, and you’ll practice simple mindful movements that improve posture, enhance quality breathing, and decrease pain. .

Thank you, Angie Miller Fitness, for partnering with NC EAPA to deliver this training! 

http://www.angiemillerfitness.com

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Help for Complex Cases

 

Yet Another Great NC EAPA Training Opportunity, Coming Soon!

 May 14, 2021 via ZOOM

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Help for Complex Cases

Facilitated by:
Eric Ottinger, MA, LCMHC, LCAS

Location: Your Choice, via ZOOM!

Time: 8:30am to 4:30pm

Lunch Menu: Whatever you want – from wherever you are!

Dress: Your choice…again! 6.0 Continuing Education Hours  

***(note: After registering you will be directed to PayPal despite selected payment option; if you are exempt from payment, close the window at this point.)

Our Presenter:
Eric Ottinger, MA, LCMHC, LCAS began teaching in the 1990’s, delivering training in school systems, corporations, government, military, clinical and other settings over time. Eric has specialized in the treatment of co-occurring disorders in adults for over the last decade. Eric’s clinical practice and clinical trainings focus on evidence-based practices, particularly the intersection of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and mindfulness. Eric started his clinical training company, Recovery Rebel L.L.C., in 2017 in Charlotte to help disseminate evidenced base practices and assist the behavioral health workforce in avoiding burnout.

         

http://www.recoveryrebelrevolution.com

Topic:
Real people in real situations often do not fit neatly into categories; and if you work with people with multiple diagnoses then this course was designed with you in mind. Co-occurring disorders, trauma, personality complications, and multiple high-risk behaviors can derail and confuse traditional treatment protocols and systems to become ineffective. This class focuses on how to effectively apply the principles and processes of DBT to those with Borderline Personality Disorder, emotion dysregulation problems, substance use, self-harm and more.

Thank you, Rebound Behavioral Health, for partnering with NC EAPA to deliver this training! 

Alex.Cruz@ReboundBehavioralHealth.Com

**Click the NC EAPA May virtual training tab to register and we look forward to seeing you there!

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