This unique program of narrative and experiential learning will give social workers and other mental health professionals, private practitioners, advocates, and supervisors the tools and techniques to guide themselves, their clients and communities through a moment of crisis. Applying her social work background, spirituality and relationships with friends and family, Becky illustrates the power of hope and healing originally inspired by her story, My Husband is Gay-Now What?
- Learn principles to help you, your clients and community through a life-changing moment. From the first romantic break-up, to health issues, to the loss of a job, to a child being diagnosed with diabetes, to the death of a family member-the principles are a guide to assist you through the crisis, to help with healing and to provide a sense of peace.
- Understand how to apply the principles with clients and communities to enhance clinical effectiveness within diverse cultures. Participants will walk through confidential, personal and clinical scenarios while focusing on the person-in-environment and strengths-based perspective concepts.
- Model hope and healing by incorporating the Hope & Healing principles into your own self-care by developing a self-care plan using the Producktivity® Principles: Identify. Connect. Organize.
This workshop workshop includes 6 contact hours of CE Credit, which is included in the registration fee
Please note lunch is not provided for this event
Becky Schwartz Corbett, MSW, ACSW is a national speaker, trainer and executive coach in intentional growth, leadership & career development, Producktivity®, and The Bridge to Hope & Healing®. She has 27 years of non-profit executive management experience with mission-driven organizations, membership & trade associations, and colleges & universities. Becky was born and raised in New Orleans and received a MSW degree with a concentration in planning and management and a BS degree in human development and family studies from The University of Alabama (UA). She is President & CEO of BSCorbett Consulting, a John Maxwell Team Certified Coach, Speaker, and Teacher, a member of the Academy of Certified Social Workers, career services consultant for the UA School of Social Work, and served as Chief Operating Officer of NASW from 2008 to 2013. Becky is fiercely dedicated to inspiring people to lead and helping individuals and organizations move ideas to action.
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