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Are you the one?: How and when to find the right therapist
Recordings of previsous sessions can be viewed Here
Presenter: Dr. Erin Richardson-Clinical Psychologist - Dr.  Richardson is a certified Life Coach, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Supervisor, and National Certified Counselor with more than 10 years of experience in providing counseling and therapeutic services to adults, adolescents, children, and families that represent various cultures and ethnicities. She specializes in the integration of mental health and spirituality and focuses on healing the mind, body, and spirit. 
Are you the one?: How and when to find the right therapist
Session Objectives:
1) Participants will be able to identify when is the right time to find a therapist
2)Participants will be able to identify what qualities of a therapist are important to them 
3) Participants will explore resources to help them find the right therapist 

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Advocating for our Loved Ones - Loretta Veney - View Recording
After receiving the devastating news in 2006 that her beloved mother Doris was the first female in the family to suffer from dementia, Loretta began documenting the details of doctor visits, and recording people, places, and things as a substitute for her Mom’s lost memory. Loretta is a motivational speaker and trainer who has delivered more than 300 speeches and presentations on dementia and caregiving since 2014 and she offers a wealth of information and encouragement for her audiences.

SESSION OBJECTIVES
  1. Defining the role and required skills of an Advocate
  2. Explaining National Advocacy for Alzheimer's and Caregiving
  3. Give examples of the role of the Advocate
  4. Identifying Best practices for being an effective advocate
  5. Describe how to advocate for those who don't live with their loved ones
  6. Defining the role of an Ombudsman in solving issues
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Healing the Soul - Coping with relationships during the Pandemic– A mental health symposium
Darryl Green - View Recording

Darryl Green, founder of Deep Forgiveness will explore and define the coping skills needed to maintain balance in a world upended by the COVID19 pandemic.  Focusing how to communicate, work, prosper under difficult circumstances.
Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
  • Identify what is the New Normal
  • Recognize Open and Honest Communication
  • Name the keys to working through difficulties and disagreements
  • Discuss Self Love- Hope and Strength
  • Describe the importance of emotional support
  • Describe New Adventures within the new normal.

 

Alzheimer’s Disease - Faith and Caring - View Recording
This presentation will begin with easy to understand definitions and examples of the types,symptoms and stages of dementia. Participants will leave the session equipped with examples and strategies for preparing adequately to care for someone with the disease through the different stages, as well as the support that faith and faith communities can provide to families throughout this difficult journey.  
 


Stratagies for coping during the Pandemic – A mental health symposiumView Recording
Darryl Green, founder of Deep Forgiveness will explore and define the coping skills needed to maintain balance in a world upended by the COVID19 pandemic.  Focusing how to communicate, work, prosper under difficult circumstances.

Learning Objectives
  • Recap –Discuss what constitutes a healthy relationship
  • Identify unhealthy relationship elements(triggers)
  • Define Unhealthy Relationship
  • Identify signs of Toxic/ Unhealthy Relationship
  • Give examples of Coping Strategies
  • Recognize when you need to seek professional help?
Self Care Objectives View Recording
with Dr. Erin Richardson
 
Participants will be able to:
  1. Define the concept of self care as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic
  2. Identify self care strategies to incorporate into their daily routine during the pandemic.
  3. Construct a personalized self care plan
SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (SAD)
Learning Objectives for Seasonal Affective Disorder Presentation 
Presenter: Dr. Erin Richardson   

 
1)Participants will be able to define Seasonal Affective Disorder
2) Participants will be able to identify symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder 
3) Participants will be able to identify specific self care strategies to manage Seasonal Affective Disorder
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My Addiction, My Mental Health
Presenter: Joseph Jones
Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to
1) Identify behavioral/life changes that lead to substance use
2) Discuss humility and acceptance
3) Identify strategies that keep you in touch with your humility = mental Health
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Applying an Antiracist Lens to Your Public Health Practice
Dr. Maranda C. Ward
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Presenter:
Lorretta Veney
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