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LPCANC-AHEC Regional Micro-Conference - Wilmington
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Early Registration |LPCANC Member : $80.00 (Expires on 3/1/2016); Early Registration | Non-Member: $110.00 (Expires on 3/1/2016). Join now to get FREE First Friday webinars and other event discounts.

4/1/2016
When: 4/1/2016
9:00 AM
Where: South East Area Health Education Center - Pelican Classroom
2511 Delaney Ave
Wilmington, North Carolina  28403
United States
Contact: AHEC: Amanda Miller or LPCANC: Glenna Thurston
Amanda (AHEC) 910-667-9348; Glenna (LPCANC) 919-72

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 LPCANC - SEAHEC Present the 2nd Annual

Regional Micro-Conference

Wilmington, April 1

9am - 4:15pm

Registration opens at 8:45am


Presented in partnership with LPCANC & South East AHEC (SEAHEC)


Early Registration | Member : $80.00  (Expires on 3/1/2016) $110
Early Registration | Non-Member: $110.00  (Expires on 3/1/2016) $125

We apologize; the Military track is sold out! If you would like to be wait-listed, please click here! We will also use the wait-list to determine if another session should be offered.

Requirement for CCMC: Must be LPC, LPCA, or LPCS

Students:No Credit Offered: $25.00 - Students may register for the  Anxiety Track only

Students - Please Note: If you wish to take the Anxiety track and earn continuing education credits, you must register at regular rate. 


This regional micro-conference offers two distinct tracks.

  • Military - Track 1: This fulfills the face-to-face training requirement for the Certified Clinical Military Counselor, which is an orientation to the military culture, issues and conditions that will better equip LPCs to work with active military, veterans and their familiesSOLD OUT!  If you would like to be wait-listed, please click here! We will also use the wait-list to determine if another session should be offered.

  • Anxiety- Track 2: This covers understanding, diagnosing and treating anxiety disorders, including brain functioning and pharmacology.


Learning Objectives:

Track 1 - Sold Out

  1. Identify the unique medical, psychosocial, and vocational readjustment issues relevant to active duty military personnel, veterans, and family members.
  2. Recognize evidence-base treatment for facilitating optimal physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, vocational, and overall psychosocial wellbeing.

Track 2

  1. Identify the origins of the Harsh Inner Critic and its purpose
  2. Describe differential diagnose for Anxiety Disorder meeting DSM-V criteria and develop tools for therapy protocol.

  


For full brochure with presenter bios and other info, please click here. To register, please click here.

 


SEAHEC Refunds/Cancellations: If notification is received at least two business days prior to the start date, you may choose one of the following:

— Receive a refund, minus a 30% processing fee.

— Provide us with the name of a substitute who will attend the program in your place.


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