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Region 6 - AHEC - Affective Disorders in Children: Practice Applied to Theory
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LPCANC Region 6 and Charlotte AHEC have partnered to bring a series of workshops to Mecklenburg County. Registration will be done through the AHEC Office; please visit the Charlotte AHEC website for more info!

4/18/2016
When: April 18
9am - 4:30pm
Where: Center for Learning and Development, Bldg K, Classroom 19
5039 Airport Center Parkway
Charlotte, North Carolina  28232
United States
Contact: Chanyne C Cupil, BS
704-512-6523

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Affective Disorders in Children: Practice Applied to Theory

Presenter: Natasha Pemberton-Todd, MS, MA, LPC, LPCS


 


Presented in partnership with LPCANC & Charlotte AHEC

Monday, April 18 - 9am - 4:30pm


LPCANC Members: $115

Non-Members, early bird rate $125

Earn 6.0 Contact Hours


Affective disorders typically refer to mood disorders, bipolar disorders, and anxiety disorders. They are the most common set of disorders encountered by clinicians. So it is imperative that clinicians are highly knowledgeable and skilled in identifying and treating these disorders. This incredibly interactive workshop will: (1) familiarize attendees with the affective disorders; (2) sensitize attendees to the diagnostic differences among such disorders; (3) present an overview of best practice treatment protocol and interventions; and (4) provide opportunities to enhance diagnostic and treatment competencies.

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe affective disorders;

2. Identify diagnostic differences among such disorders;

3. Acknowledge best practice treatment protocol and interventions;


Presenter Bio: Natasha Pemberton-Todd cultivates effective clinicians and equips people with creative strategies for effective living. She is a North Carolina Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor as well as a training and performance improvement specialist with extensive experience in group facilitation, individual coaching, women, and children's issues.

Natasha received a Master’s degree in Community Counseling from Andrews University in 2001. She also holds a Master’s degree in Education with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement from Capella University. This training and performance improvement specialization has greatly enhanced her counseling, administrative and supervision practice.

Over the years, she has pursued specific training in play therapy (application across age groups), trauma treatment, parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT), working with very young children, disaster mental health, mood disorders, anger management, attachment, working with children of substance abusing parents/caregivers, and many other areas.
Natasha thrives on inspiring people to unleash leadership and managerial wherewithal in all areas of life and possesses over 20 years of experience as a public speaker, facilitator, and administrator--particularly in the volunteer-driven non-profit sector.

Natasha currently works part time at a school for high intelligence children in the role of school counselor. She and her husband Dr. Carlos Todd also run their own private practice and consulting agency—Conflict Coaching and Consulting.

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