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LPCA in Savannah: Trainings and Townhall
Friday, November 12, 2021, 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM EST
Category: LPCA Sponsored NBCC approved

LPCA in Savannah:   Trainings and Townhall Event

The 3.0 CE Hour Ethics Workshop and Luncheon is $29 for LPCA Members and $59 for Non-Members.  The afternoon CE Events are Free for everyone. You will be able to register for events independently below.  Registration is required for all events.

This is a live in-person event

Date:  Friday, November 12, 2021

Location:   South University, 709 Mall Blvd, Savannah, GA 31406  

8:30 AM              Check-In  

9:00 AM              Ethics, Ethics and More Ethics Workshop (3.0 Ethics CE Hours)  (Fee Event)  With Dr. Russell Floyd, LPC

10:30 AM            Break

10:45 AM            Ethics Workshop con’t

12:15 PM            Lunch (Hosted by Summit Behavioral Health) (Fee Event)

1:00 PM              Serving Those Who Served Us: Working with Veterans, Combat Stress and PTSD (1.0 CORE CE Hour) (Free) With Dr. Holli Kelly, LMFT

2:00 PM              Town Hall Meeting - PC Compact and other advocacy news (1.0 Core CE Hour) (Free) with Johnnie Jenkins, III, LPC, CPCS, RPT-S

Ethics, Ethics and More Ethics

Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists requires a minimum of 5 Hours of Ethics for each renewal cycle.  This presenter believes every counselor should go beyond that minimum and acquire as many hours of Ethics as possible.  This workshop will focus upon the foundational concepts of ethical understanding by reviewing and discussing the standards set forth by the Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, ACA, and NBCC.  The importance of utilizing your code of ethics as a method to increase your professional competencies and to prevent ethical violations will be shared.  This presenter will present five methods to increase your competencies - with ethics, ethics and more ethics.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will learn 5 Foundation Concepts found in the Code of Ethics from Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists, ACA and NBCC.
  2. Participants will understand the importance of the relationship between improving our ethics and becoming a highly competent counselor.
  3. Participants will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the 5 methods presented to prevent ethical violations.

Serving Those Who Served Us: Working with Veterans, Combat Stress and PTSD

When a veteran returns home post-deployment, reintegration can be challenging for both the veteran and family members. Understanding how deployment and experiencing combat can lead to mental health challenges, including PTSD, can be beneficial in assisting veterans who are integrating back into civilian life. This workshop focuses on developing a deeper and more comprehensive overview of these issues for veterans and how to effectively work with veterans and their families in a clinical setting including resources for veterans.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Common readjustment issues for veterans and their families will be discussed and how to assist with and address these issues for trauma recovery, including military sexual trauma
  2. Reactions and triggers to Combat stress will be explored and various coping techniques and interventions will be presented on how to reduce the intensity of these symptoms
  3. Focus will be given to resources for veterans, particularly those experiencing combat stress and trauma, and the importance of peer support services 

Presenter bio: Dr. Russell Floyd, LPC Dr. Floyd is a Licensed Professional Counselor in GA; and a clinical member of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of GA and the American Mental Health Counselor Association.  Dr. Floyd is the proud son of Dave and Laura Floyd. He is the 5th of 11 children. This large family taught Dr. Floyd the importance of cooperation, caring, and sharing with others.

As a teen, Dr. Floyd was a March of Dime Doorknocker, and this instilled in him the importance of charity and compassion towards others. These childhood values and a desire to help others motivated Dr. Floyd to seek a Doctoral Degree in Counseling.

Dr. Floyd has worked in many counseling settings, which have included Community Based Counseling Centers, Private Practices, High Schools., Colleges/Universities, and prisons and jails.

Working in these various settings reinforced Dr. Floyd's counseling paradigm that a safe therapeutic milieu is necessary to support recovery and wellness.

Dr. Floyd supports the recovery and wellness process by the introduction of the SAMSHA 8 Dimensions of Wellness. Dr. Floyd engages all in a Positive Counseling Approach to facilitate positive growth and development and stable mental health.

Presenter bio:  Dr. Holli M. Kelly, Ph.D, LMFT Dr. Kelly is the Director of the Marietta Vet Center in Georgia that helps combat veterans, survivors of military sexual trauma, and military bereavement cases. Her clinical work expands over two decades and she is a nationally approved supervisor in Marriage and Family Therapy. Dr. Kelly has held adjunct faculty positions teaching courses in Marriage and Family Therapy and she regularly presents at national and international conferences on systemic dynamics and interventions, particularly regarding trauma. She has specialized training in Hypnosis,  Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), and Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR). 

Facilitator Bio:  Mr. Johnnie L Jenkins, III LPC, CPCS, RPT-S, Mr. Jenkins is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and Certified Professional Clinical Supervisor in Georgia with more than 20 years’ experience.  Mr. Jenkins’ private practice experience includes working with families. He holds memberships in the American Counseling Association, the Association for Play Therapy, the Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia, and the Georgia Association for Play Therapy. He holds the following degrees: Bachelor of Science in Biology from Mercer University in Macon, GA and a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology from the Georgia School of Professional Psychology.  Mr. Jenkins was an adjunct at Argosy University Atlanta teaching classes in Play therapy, Child and Adolescent Counseling, Family and Couples Counseling, and Practicum and Supervision.  He was also Chair of the Human Services Department. Mr. Jenkins is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Policy from Walden University.

Date: Friday, November 12, 2021

Time: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM

CE Hours: 3.0 Ethics and 2.0 Core for 5.0 CE Hours total

This is an LPCA and NBCC Approved Workshop

Registration Fee:   $59.00 for Non-Members
                               $29 for members

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This is an LPCA  and NBCC Approved Workshop