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Self Care Skill Training & The Ethics of Self Care (1.5 Free CEs)
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While the concept of self care is not new, for many of us, effectively putting it into practice is new. This workshop will help you evaluate your current self care routine, and will give you tools to support your self care. We’ll discuss what the Code of Ethics has to say about our need for self care, and you’ll receive some on-the-spot self care through a rejuvenating mindfulness-based practice called iRest®.

12/9/2018
When: Sunday December 9, 2018
1-3pm
Where: Ann Arbor District Library – Pittsfield Branch
2359 Oak Valley Dr
Ann Arbor 48103
United States
Contact: Ellen Craine
248.539.3850


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Self Care Skill Training & The Ethics of Self Care

Sunday,  December 9, 2018
1-3pm

Ann Arbor District Library – Pittsfield Branch

2359 Oak Valley Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

1.5 Free Ethics CEs

 

While the concept of self care is not new, for many of us, effectively putting it into practice is new.
This workshop will help you evaluate your current self care routine, and will give you tools to support
your self care. We’ll discuss what the Code of Ethics has to say about our need for self care, and
you’ll receive some on-the-spot self care through a rejuvenating mindfulness-based practice called
iRest®.

 

Learning Objectives:
1. Help participants identify their personal symptoms of stress, and their current self care needs.
2. Provide participants with education and tools to support their own stress management and self
care.
3. Promote the consideration of social workers' ethical obligation to practice self care.

 

Presenter: Amalia Briggs, LMSW. Amalia is a mental health clinician, meditation
teacher, and founder of Great Lakes Mindfulness, which delivers mindfulness-based interventions
through online therapy, guided meditation, and professional staff training and development. After
receiving her clinical training from the University of Michigan, Amalia spent years working at a
nonprofit organization as a clinician and clinical supervisor, and also co-founded a treatment-based
parenting class in Washtenaw county called THRIVE.

 

1.5 Free ethics CEs are available. Free for NASW members, $25 for non-members.

 

RSVP to Ellen Craine at emcraine@crainemediation.com.

 

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