It is just silly to pretend that mental health professionals do not experience the same issues and struggles that their clients and patients do. We all have periods of down time, or burnout. 67 more words
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Today’s guest blog post is by Kyle Simpson. Kyle is a graduate student in Anthropology at the University of Memphis.
When I tell people that I am working towards a Master’s Degree in Anthropology, the question is always the same, “What are you going to do with that?” I usually laugh and tell them that after my MA I plan to get a PhD and then teach at a university. 397 more words
Here are some links to educational/learning opportunities in the areas of addiction, suicide prevention, and critical incident stress debriefing.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Event Type: Seminar
55 Lake Avenue North
Faculty Conference Room, S1-342, MA 01655
Time: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM… 94 more words
The primary focus of psycho-educational workshops are to educate about a psychological concept or topic. Psycho educational groups are in all kind of settings including businesses, hospitals, universities and governmental/social services agencies. 160 more words
The 2013 Workplace Options’ (WPO) Global Provider Institute webinar series provides the opportunity for you to enhance your knowledge as a mental health professional. Each one hour long session is designed to expand your clinical repertoire in treating clients, and understanding the emerging treatment options available. 385 more words