Self Care/Experiential Treatment

When:                                    December 12, 2019


Where:                                  Lottie Beal Gibson Center of Excellence


                                                130 Industrial Drive, Greenville, SC 29607


Training:                           Self Care/ Experiential Treatment


Presenter:                          James Campbell


Time:                                      Registration 8:30
9:00AM to 4:30PM


                                                Lunch included during an Awards Ceremony


Credit:                                   6 Hours


Audience:                              Art Therapists, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, School Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Medical Professionals


Fee:                                        Registration is $75.00
Employees of BHSA Region 1 Agencies (A/OBHS, BHSPC, CCCADA, The Forrester Center, UCCADA, Phoenix Center, Cornerstone, Newberry, Saluda, Laurens, plus Spartanburg and Anderson/Oconee Mental Health) may attend monthly Region 1 trainings at no charge; however, registration is needed in advance.


Description:


Description:        Session 1


It has often been said that actions speak louder than words.  It is also true that actions have the ability to change what words alone cannot. This session is an exploration of kinesthetic and experiential techniques designed to engage those you serve more effectively and to have greater clinical impact than traditional modalities alone can afford.  


Objectives:



  1. Grasp the role of novelty in our brain physiology related to growth and learning.

  2. Gain an understanding of the strengths and limitations of traditional verbal and auditory treatment modalities.

  3. Develop a deeper understanding of the role of experiential exercises in treatment.

  4. Gain exposure to and an understanding of the role of experiential exercises for those you serve.


Description:        Session 2


Those who serve in the human services field often encourage clients to participate in effective stress management and self-care, and with good reason. Unfortunately, one may often struggle to find effective suggestions for clients regarding practical ways to participate in self-care.  Even more concerning, you often fail to practice healthy self-care yourself.  This session explores the importance of and practical means for participating in healthy self-care.


Objectives:



  1. Understand the fundamental role of good self-care in good client-care.

  2. Explore factors that contribute to stress.

  3. Evaluate the benefits and costs associated with stress.

  4. Identify and prioritize self-care as a means of greater health, effectiveness, and longevity in the field.


James E. Campbell, LPC, LAC, MAC, CACII, has been working professionally in the human services field for over twenty-four years.  His passion is helping individuals, families, and relationships to heal and assisting them in building on the strengths they possess.  He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addiction Counselor, a Master Addictions Counselor through NAADAC, a Certified Addictions Counselor II through SCAADAC, and is a member of both NAADAC and ACA.  James is the current President of SCAADAC. James is the Founder of Family Excellence, Inc., the Director and Lead Trainer of Family Excellence Institute, LLC, and is a nationally recognized author and speaker.

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