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06/08/18 Distressing Voices: A Simulation
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Upcoming June Seminar Offerings

6/1/18 Ethics Sexual/Gender Minorities
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Leslie Phillips Seminars®


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Leslie Phillips Seminars® has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6667. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Leslie Phillips Seminars® is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs​.​  Leslie Phillips Seminars® has been approved by the Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners, #0516. 
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Ethical Considerations in Treating Sexual and Gender Miniorities
June 1, 2018   8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration 7:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m
6 CE HOURS  (NBCC, SW Approved)
PRESENTER: LYNN HAZARD, LICSW, PIP, CAMS-II

​ DHR

2206 OAKWOOD AVENUE NW

HUNTSVILLE, AL 35810 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

•Learn about the culture of sexual and gender minorities and incorporate this knowledge into treatment
•Have reviewed the Code of Ethics from ACA & NASW that is applicable to working with sexual and gender minorities
•Be able to discuss ethical considerations for Assessment of Medical Treatment, Informed Consent, and Confidentiality with sexual and gender minority clients
•Recognize situations related to boundaries, transference, and counter-transference of sexual and gender minority clients
•Increase understanding of the variety of specialized counseling issues of and beneficial modalities used with sexual and gender minority clients
•Understand appropriate use of the DSM-5 diagnosis of Gender Dysphoria


PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY LYNN HAZARD, LICSW, PIP, CAMS-II
Lynn M. Hazard, LICSW-PIP, has provided social work since 2006.  Most of her clients were trauma victims from preschoolers to older adults.  She began presenting for Leslie Phillips Seminars® in 2016. Her social work experience includes individual counseling, adoption home studies, intern and new graduate supervision, case management, and licensure exam preparation tutoring. Lynn focuses on evidence-based practices that incorporate mind, body, and spirituality. She is experience in trauma healing, play therapy, and is now an certified anger management specialist. Before becoming a social worker, Lynn was also an Occupational Therapist (28 years), teacher and blind rehabilitation specialist.  She has an MSW from The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), MA in Education from The University of Alabama at Birmingham, BSW from UAB, and both a Masters and Bachelors from Western Michigan University. 


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Distressing Voices: A Simulation

June 8th, 2018

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Registration 7:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m
6 CE HOURS  (NBCC, SW Approved)

PRESENTER: DR. LINDA ROGERS, LPC-S, NCC

DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES

2206 OAKWOOD AVENUE

HUNTSVILLE, AL 35810 


​Are you working with clients that are hearing distressing voices? Psychosis and schizophrenia are the two conditions most commonly related to hearing voices, however many clients hear distressing voices that do not fall into either diagnosis. Come gain experience with learning what distressing voices are and are not, as well as encounter a simulation experience to increase your understanding of the lived-experience of psychiatric disability and increase empathy for those who struggle with it, and the impact their involvement/intervention can have on a voice-hearing person.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES 

Gain a better understanding of what distressing voices are and are not.
Learn positive strategies to assist someone experiencing distressing voices.
Gain an understanding of the role of medications in treatment; myth that medications eliminate all voices.
Gain a simulated experience of distressing voices while attempting to complete various tasks. 


PRESENTER: DR. LINDA ROGERS, LPC-S, NCC
Dr. Rogers has been in the counseling field since 2003. She is licensed professional counseling supervisor and national certified counselor. She has worked with clients of all ages. She was a program director at Mountain Lakes Behavioral Healthcare (Jackson County AL) and supervised numerous outpatient and outreach services and programs including Intensive Child/Adolescent In-home program, Intensive Adult In-Home program, Assertive Community Treatment Team program, Rehab Day Program, case managers, outpatient therapists, Intake Coordinator and practitioners providing mental health consults at Highlands Medical Center Emergency Room screening for inpatient hospitalization; voluntary/involuntary hospitalizations.  She served as Chair for the Multi-needs committee in Jackson County, Board Member of Jackson County DHR, on the DHR QA committee conducting interviews on clients served to ensure quality assurance. Dr. Rogers is an adjunct instructor for Alabama A&M, and is currently in private practice offering individual and family therapy with a focus on anxiety, depression, childhood behavioral problems and those having trouble adjusting to various life changes.  Dr. Rogers holds an Ed.D.-Doctorate of Education - Counseling Psychology from Argosy University, Arlington, VA (2013) and a MA-Masters of Professional Counseling (2005) from Liberty University.



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TRAUMA INFORMED MENTAL HEALTH CARE

June 15, 2018   8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Registration 7:45 a.m. to 8:15 a.m
6 CE HOURS  (NBCC, SW Approved)
PRESENTER: LYNN HAZARD, LICSW, PIP, CAMS-II
​  DHR

2206 OAKWOOD AVENUE NW

HUNTSVILLE, AL 35810


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:


Review the latest neurobiological findings about effects of trauma on brain development
Identify what makes mental health assessment and treatment  “trauma-informed”
Recognize differential diagnoses commonly seen with survivors of childhood trauma
Determine when traumatic experiences require psychological interventions
Increase awareness of the critical components of trauma-informed treatment
Learn basic safety and stabilization techniques for client self-regulation
Discover common challenges to treating survivors of developmental trauma
Identify practitioner vulnerabilities and the need for self-care


PRESENTER: LYNN HAZARD, LICSW, PIP 
Lynn M. Hazard, LICSW-PIP, has provided social work since 2006.  Most of her clients were trauma victims from preschoolers to older adults.  She began presenting for Leslie Phillips Seminars® in 2016. Her social work experience includes individual counseling, adoption home studies, intern and new graduate supervision, case management, and licensure exam preparation tutoring. Lynn focuses on evidence-based practices that incorporate mind, body, and spirituality. She is experience in trauma healing, play therapy, and is now an anger management specialist. Before becoming a social worker, Lynn was also an Occupational Therapist (28 years), teacher , and blind rehabilitation specialist.  She has an MSW from The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa), MA in Education from The University of Alabama at Birmingham, BSW from UAB, and both a Masters and Bachelors from Western Michigan University.  


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Refunds: If a refund is requested by the participant, a partial refund, minus a $25.00 adminstrative fee will be given within two weeks of the event. All cancellations must be in writing, thus emailed to leslie@daretodreamlife.com is preferred. No refunds will be issued if received less than 2 weeks of the event.  Please note if a participant fails to contact us as well as fails to appear for the seminar, no refunds will be issued, nor will attendance of another seminar be allowed. 
 
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1.     If a customer loses, misplaces, fails to get their certificate before leaving for the day, or otherwise cannot find their certificate that was originally provided at their seminar, Leslie Phillips Seminars® will provide an additional certificate electronically with an administrative charge of $15.00.  Customers may utilize the buy it now option on our website at www.daretodreamlife.com or contact leslie@daretodreamlife.com to pay by check. 
 
2.   If a customer requests a certificate to be mailed through the United States Postal Service, Leslie Phillips Seminars ® will mail the certificate with an administrative charge of $20.00. Customers may utilize the buy it now option on our website at www.daretodreamlife.com or contact leslie@daretodreamlife.com to pay by check.
 
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06/15/18 Trauma Informed MH Care
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