I am a sole proprietor in practice. I seek guidance on how to achieve HIPPA compliance with emails and text messaging. Thank you.
Bob Cohen, LCPC
Please see information below for a free a CE webinar (1 CE) hosted by Sierra Tucson: The Role of Hormones in Mental Health; March 23, 12 pm EST
*CE approval information can be found at the top of the registration page under the tab “CE Information”*
Please contact Tamika Smith with any questions.
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Assessing and treating hormonal imbalances can be a powerful tool in an integrative, whole body approach to mental health care. Stress, addictions, nutritional deficiencies, menopause, medications and many other factors can impact hormone levels. Additionally, hormone levels directly and indirectly affect mood, energy levels, sleep and overall resiliency. In this presentation we will be exploring the specific ways in which hormones can play an important role in mental health treatment.
Maureen Schwehr, NMD, serves as Sierra Tucson’s director of integrative services. Her department provides a unique combination of physical and mental health support for residents. Dr. Schwehr oversees a team of experienced and talented staff whose services include naturopathic medical consults, acupuncture, physical therapy, chiropractic services, massage therapy, shiatsu, zero balancing, somato-emotional release, and craniosacral therapy.
In addition to supervising staff, she works one-on-one with residents to help them determine the root cause of their problems. Focus is given to nutritional status and hormonal balance, supporting biochemical pathways that help the body function more effectively. Dr. Schwehr holds a doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA.
Past experience includes a position as the medical director at Mirasol, a residential eating disorder facility. As part of the Sierra Tucson staff, she has the opportunity to be part of a truly integrative team that provides a unique, empowering perspective for residents.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Please join me for lunch on March 16!
The Lunch Bunch is a lunch group for mental health professionals to socialize over lunch. The goal is to meet new professionals, reconnect with others, and share resources and ideas while enjoying the welcomed distraction of good food. Each month we will spotlight a different private practice, as it is also our mission to support private practice owners.
Lunch is free for licensed professionals! All other professionals: $30
Upcoming Lunch Dates: (you can register in advance)
Register and read more HERE
Please contact me with any questions. 703-850-5204
Tamika R. Smith, MFT
Susan provides the type of supervision and support that I think most of us Aspire to find. She helps you grow into and toward becoming the counselor/therapist you are meant to be, mixing guidance while fostering autonomy and growth in perfect combination.
Trauma-Informed Care & Focused Supervision Group is Now forming for January 2023. The supervision group will be offered in person and on a HIPPA compliant telehealth platform. It will be facilitated by Candice R Dickens. Ms. Dickens is dually licensed as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia. She is pursuing her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision at Saybrook University and is a nationally certified trauma therapist. She has over 31 years of experience in the field of behavioral health and is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Imago Therapy, Ericksonian Hypnosis, Brainspotting, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Somatic Experiencing, and Level 1 Internal Family System. In addition, she is a frequent speaker at the Psychotherapy Networker, a PESI faculty member, and the owner of the BIPOC Trauma Directory Color of Trauma and Healing. For more information about the Trauma-Informed Care & Focused Supervision Group and for information about our Advanced Trauma Individual Supervision rates please visit our website at candicerdickens.com
Hi, my name is Susan. I am a licensed clinical professional counselor and board approved supervisor BOPCT in Maryland and CPCS in Georgia.
I understand how disappointing supervision with a person who doesn't find time for your supervision, or who just isn't a good fit.
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If you are looking for an internship Susan Scalone, LCPC is available with licensing in Maryland, Georgia, and DC.
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