Integrative Clinical Interventions & Ethical Considerations for Social Work...

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Montreat Conference Center

401 Assembly Drive

Montreat, NC 28757

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This half-day workshop offers experiential learning as well as discussion and examples of strategies for combining these clinical interventions into an integrative approach, especially for individuals impacted by trauma. Self-care strategies and practical applications are also integrated into this workshop.This is a practical workshop where attendees will leave with new tools to effectively work with client populations.

  • Solution-Focused Therapy

  • Narrative Therapy

  • Ecotherapy

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

1. Define ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences study) and impact on both professionals and clients in the therapeutic process and the mind-body connection in trauma responses.

2. Identify key components of SFT, Narrative Therapy, and Ecotherapy clinical interventions which can be combined into an integrative approach.

3. Recognize possible ethical considerations and dilemmas when utilizing an integrative approach and strategies to resolve these ethical issues.

4. Identify practical self-care strategies to build resilience and strengthen responses to ethical challenges in the practice environment through small group application activities during workshop with particular attention to transitions.

NOTE: a special presentation of the HEALING BLUES to integrate the training content is included.

**4 CONTACT HOURS OF CEU CREDIT AVAILABLE INCLUDING 2 ETHICS HOURS**

NOTE: The North Carolina Board of Social Work does not require pre-approval of organized training events attended by the social worker. However, your continuing education activity is subject to audit. Although CEU or attendance certificates should not be attached to your Renewal Affidavit, you will need to be able to provide upon request, verifiable proof of attendance and credit hours. Please reference Chapter 63, Section .0401 of the NC Administrative Code for guidance on what constitutes appropriate and acceptable continuing education activities.

FACILITATOR: Valerie Radu, PhD, LCSW is a certified ecotherapist, clinical social worker, and educator based in the beautiful Tennessee Valley. She is the founder of Earth & Soul Ecotherapy which offers nature-based experiences for healing and stress management. Through these experiences, individuals can learn ways to connect or re-connect with the natural world on a deeper level and recognize the mutual relationships between humans and the earth. The gifts of the earth, when recognized and integrated into one’s life, can have a profound impact on overall health and wellness.

FACILITATOR/MUSICIAN: Rick Rushing III is a full-time musician who performs locally and regionally with his blues band, Rick Rushing & the Blues Strangers and is the past Board Chair for the FolkSchool of Chattanooga. In addition to being a skilled professional musician, Rick has over 15 years of experience as an advocate and social worker in therapeutic home-based services, child protective services, and inpatient child/adolescent psychiatric programs. He presented a peer-reviewed live performance and discussion on the healing blues at the 38th and 40th Annual Appalachian Studies Conferences. He regularly provides the Healing Blues experience for several victim services organizations in SE Tennessee.

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Montreat Conference Center

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Montreat, NC 28757

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