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Telemental Health Pre-Summit, Social Work Breaks Barriers, Disaster and Trauma Response

Telemental Health Pre-Summit, Social Work Breaks Barriers, Disaster and Trauma Response
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We are thrilled to offer more ways to to expand your clinical knowledge and skills. First, a reminder that you can still register for our Telemental Health Pre-Summit, which will be held March 20th.  Registration ends on Friday 3/17. Second, we have two informative blog articles to share with you today on: 

 


Telemental Health Pre-Summit

Registration ends Thursday 3/16 (at midnight Eastern)

 

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‍Join us on Monday March 20, for the Telemental Health Pre-Summit on the following topics and earn 3.5 CEs for each course:

Trauma Informed Telehealth with Adolescents

Impact of Technology on Treatment 

 

Our fourth annual, 3-day Telemental Health Summit kicks off next week. Providers can attend the entire summit, or just one day including the Pre-Summit on March 20th. Learn more about best practices and specializations in telemental health and improve your skills and knowledge as a telehealth provider.


Social Work Breaks Barriers 

March is National Social Work Month

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‍March is Social Work Month, a time to reflect on the accomplishments of the field of social work. It is also a time to refocus on values and commit to important actions. Social workers engage at all levels as they work with individuals, families, groups, and systems by advocating for policy changes. It's vital that social workers actively break down the barriers which challenge the lives and well-being of LGBTQIA+ folks. In this article, Christopher McLaughin shares more about how a focus on cultural comptency can help social workers educate themselves and advocate for others.


Disaster and Trauma Response 

Operation Mind, Body, and Spiritual Resiliency

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‍The impact of disasters on emotional and psychological health cannot be understated. As multiple disasters continue to unfold before us, including the pandemic and increasing environmental catastrophes, explaining the factors of resiliency and recovery in the face of traumatic events is increasingly important. In this article, Dr. Mark Stebnicki shares his vision of Operation Mind, Body, and Spiritual Resiliency, which aims to deploy resources at all levels to help heal the traumas experienced due to events such as a pandemic, military action, and natural disasters.


 

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We look forward to hearing from you soon!

 

Sincerely,

Raymond Barrett

CEO and Founder

 

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