Emotions are energy in motion. How we embody them into our current state of being determines our mood, disposition, dopamine and cortisol levels, and much more. If we find ourselves in a state of anxiety, James suggests ways to work out a path through, and closer to peace of mind, calm, confidence, and more.
Group counseling is a highly popular and widely employed format in the field of counseling. It is imperative for counselors to have a solid understanding of this format, along with the utilization of Evidence-Based Practices such as motivational interviewing, specifically in a group setting.
The 2023 Because We Care workshop will ask the questions “Do you remember why you chose healthcare; Do you remember the importance of laughter; and Do you remember what resources are available to you, your patients and their families?” Oftentimes we become so wrapped up in the daily tasks we lose sight of the reason we’re here and struggle to survive. We will discuss how important laughter is, what resources are available and how to support staff and families when loss occurs.
Join us April 21, 2023 from 9AM - 12:15PM In Person at Northwest AHEC at 475 Deacon Boulevard, Winston Salem, NC.
The 2022 Because We Care workshop will focus on the impact self-care has on how health care professionals interact with patients, families and colleagues. We will also discuss various ways to support families after the loss of a pregnancy/baby/child.
Join us virtually on June 16-17, 2022 for the NCPAT Conference. This year’s conference will feature a highly interactive learning experience from the House of Ruth Maryland Training Institute. Topics will include research on effectiveness of intervention programs, program design, being part of a community coordinated response, and supporting resilience and self-care.