The University’s Professional Continuing Education department will hold an Integrating Mindfulness Concepts in Individual and Group Counseling, Clinical Supervision, and Self-Care Program. The program will take place on Friday, February 23, 2018, from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., in the Swartz Center for Spiritual Life, in the McGowan Community Room, Conference Room A, on the University’s campus.
Mindfulness-based treatment approaches are emerging as evidence-based practices that complement the therapeutic situation, especially considering the prevalence of exposure to compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, and
Upon competition of this training, the trainee will be able to identify attitudes of mindfulness
The featured presenter for the program is Ricardo Horn, LSW, an experienced healthcare administrator skilled in clinical supervision, trauma-informed systems of care, recovery-oriented systems of care, and mindfulness. Mr. Horn is the program director at Pyramid Healthcare, Pa., where he manages a 100-bed detoxification and rehabilitation program. He also serves as an adjunct instructor
This program is approved for six hours of professional development ACT 48 hours for educators; six continuing education hours for social workers in N.J., N.Y., and PA., LSW licensure renewal, and music therapists can self-summit for continuing education credits.
For additional information, please contact Carolyn M. Bonacci, director of professional continuing education at the University, at email@example.com, or call (570) 340-6061.