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2023 ANNUAL LCPCM FALL CONFERENCE
Caroline Falk, LCPC and Sharnise Hendrick, LCPC
“What About Us?: Managing Burnout”
Myrja Paul, LCPC and Tyler Mabry, LCPC
The schedule for our day together is as follows:
9:00AM Business Meeting
9:15 - 12:15PM Morning Presentation
12:15 - 1:30PM Luncheon
1:30 - 4:30PM Afternoon Presentation
This presentation is an overview of many critical factors in:
· assessing, and
· treating dissociation.Caroline Falk, LCPC is an EMDR certified therapist and consultant. She began her career working with co-occurring substance abuse and trauma treatment. For nine years she worked with trauma and dissociative disorders. She co-owns Lotus Embodied Counseling with Sharnise Hendrick, which is a practice created from their shared passion for working with survivors of interpersonal trauma.
In the past three years Caroline has narrowed her focus to developing curriculum and training for therapists working with advanced trauma disorders and survivors of high demand groups.
Sharnise Hendrick, LCPC, RYT500 is passionate about offering clinical services that support the development and experience of self-connection. She specializes in the treatment of complex trauma and corresponding concerns related to dissociation. As a registered yoga teacher, Sharnise is a certified Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga Facilitator (TCTSY-F). She is EMDR-certified and has advanced clinical training and experience in utilizing EMDR with clients who present with significant dissociation and attachment trauma. Sharnise is an adjunct professor at Towson University, where she teaches a graduate counseling course in the treatment of trauma.
"What About Us?: Managing Burnout"
This presentation will enable participants to:
· explore current implications and vulnerabilities that increase burnout;
● identify warning signs of burnout;
● explore how burnout impacts the ability to provide adequate care;
● recall useful coping techniques to integrate into their daily life to prevent burnout; and
● develop a self care plan to implement in daily life to better manage burnout.
Myrja Paul LCPC is the owner and Clinical Director of Sol Counseling & Consulting. Myrja received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University and her Master of Science degree in Clinical Community Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Myrja’s mission is to decrease the stigma of mental health, particularly in communities of color. Her goal is to help people feel empowered to live, not merely exist or settle. She chose the name Sol because “the sun is a daily reminder that we too can rise again from the darkness, that we too can shine our own light”.
Tyler Mabry LCPC is a certified DBT professional and certified trauma and resilience specialist. After graduating from Bowie State University with a Bachelors of Science in Psychology, Tyler pursued a Master’s of Art in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Trinity Washington University. Tyler chose this profession after noticing mental health disparities in the black community, despite the daily traumas faced in school, work, and home environments. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic and holistic approaches, which focus on mindfulness, motivation, and emotional regulation.
Registration deadline is 11:59pm October 15, 2023.
Attendees will be required to sign in and out in order to receive a CEU certificate. Partial credit will not be given. A link will be sent to an evaluation form and the certificate on Monday, October 30.
LCPCM Members: $125
Student: $65 (not for LCPCs or LGPCs)
Retired: $55 (not working as an LCPC)
Student: $25 (not for LCPCs or LGPCs)
*If you join when you register, you are eligible for the membership rate.
Note: Late registrations and walk-ins will be charged an additional $20 (if space is available)
A $15 cancellation fee will be charged for all refunds
Approved by the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors.
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