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Wellness Strategies, Burnout Prevention, & Mindfulness-Part 2

**CEU's are UNAVAILABLE for Archived Viewing**

This 2 hour webinar explores not only current research findings linked to wellness and mindfulness but also how mental health clinicians and those in helping professional roles can utilize this information to implement preventative and restorative practices in their work and personal lives. The presentation will also include practical examples that individuals can provide to families dealing with stress, anxiety and other difficulties that can provide barriers to wellness.

How to obtain CEUs:

  • We provide National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and Georgia Marriage and Family Therapy CE credits. More information on how to obtain CEUs can be found here.

How to join the Webinar:

  • To connect to this webinar, which is hosted by DoD, you must install security certificates if you are not on a military installation. Instructions can be found here: http://www.extension.org/pages/70592
  • The security certificates instructions have changed and so has the listed DCO number. The new DCO number is 1-844-347-2457 (Option 1, Option 3).
  • For those who cannot connect to the Adobe site, an alternative viewing of this webinar will be running on Ustream: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/milfamln 
  • Also you can connect to the Adobe webinars using the iPhone, iPad, and Droid apps. Search for DCO Connect in the respective stores.
  • No registration is required.

    Presenter Information:

    Adrienne Baggs, PhD is an Assistant Professor at Argosy University Denver and a restorative yoga teacher. She is passionate about contributing to a more holistic paradigm in Counselor Education and Supervision. While pursuing her doctoral degree at the University of Florida, she specialized in spiritual issues in counseling and holistic therapeutic approaches, such as mindfulness and yoga. Her current research agenda is focused on 1) The effects of restorative yoga and trauma, and 2) The psychology of suffering.  Clinically, she's worked in schools, prisons, substance recovery centers, and college counseling centers.

    Isabel Thompson, PhD also serves as an Assistant Professor in Mental Health Counseling at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She holds a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Florida and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida. Her areas of research include wellness, mindfulness, and the application of contemplative approaches in clinical practice. Isabel has examined how counselor coping practices impact reported levels of burnout and compassion fatigue. In addition, Isabel integrates meditative and self-care practices into her day-to-day life. When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son and being in nature.

    Cover photo image: Creative Commons Licensing [Kacy Mixon, June 3, 2006]

    This presentation is not endorsed by the Department of Defense and the information, as well as any opinions or views, contained herein are solely that of the presenter.

    Created by Kacy Mixon