Posts Tagged ‘Continuing Education Units’

By On January 10th, 2017

Bariatric surgery might not bring positive life transformation

It’s impossible to be part of our culture, and not get ensnared in the cycle of striving for happiness. If we attain a certain possession, begin a new relationship or lose weight then our life will be transformed, and we will be happy. Of course, what usually happens once we attain one thing, it is…


By On November 21st, 2015

Brookhaven’s Professional Seminar Series

Part of my job as Education Outreach Coordinator is organizing our ongoing Seminar Series.  Lately, the topics of our seminars have related directly to my life. Earlier this month, Joanna Majka, from the Tristesse Grief Center, presented “Exploring the Grief Experience.”  Next month, Sheri Mashburn will present, “The Benefits of a Therapy Dog Team” on…


By On November 13th, 2014

Cynthia Gustavson will teach us how to use poetry in therapy

Written by Cynthia Gustavson, ACSW, LCSW If you see teenagers, I guarantee that many of them are writing poems to cope with their complicated lives.  Some volunteer their poetry, and some need to be asked about it. But then, what do you do with these intimate glimpses of insight? If you see children, you might be…

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