"Integrative Stress Management and the Workplace: "Emotivities" "

June 22, 2018

Please Join SFV EAPA for Breakfast, Networking and Continuing Education Earn two CE credits at June's San Fernando Valley Employee Assistance Providers Association meeting:

Integrative Stress Management and the Workplace: "Emotivities""

Presented by Kim Scott, MA., MFT

2.0 CE Credits provided for 9:00 – 11:00am course without break
CE Credits provided through CEPA #138918 CAMFT Approved Continuing Education Provider
$15 members $20 nonmembers

Learning Objectives:

Understand how the unconscious mind processes experiences, stores traumas, and leads to chronic stress and anxiety.

Explore how relaxation-breathing, visualization, mindfulness and hypnosis can reduce stress and anxiety, and how to determine when it is clinically appropriate to use each of the above-mentioned techniques.

Identify tools that you can teach your clients to use at home to reduce stress and anxiety, and to change their neuro-pathways.

Kim ScottMore and more clients/employees are overwhelmed by the demands of their fast-paced lives and our crazy world. They often find it hard to turn off their thoughts and their mind may keep spiraling about work while at home and about home while at work. Stress seems to have become a staple of our busy world. In fact anxiety is one of the primary reasons individuals give for coming into therapy. In the Emotivities class Relax, Refocus and Refresh, Kim Scott, LMFT will introduce an integrative approach to managing stress and anxiety Ms. Scott will also share specific techniques, exercises and handouts that you can use with your clients to help them resolve issues in each of these areas. She will share examples from her practice and will provide amble opportunities for you to practice and experience some of the skills discussed.

Kim Scott, M.A, MFT, is a licensed psychotherapist, educator and speaker who has over 25 years of experience in mental health, employee assistance, and relationship counseling. She graduated from California State University, Northridge with her B.A. Degree in Psychology and from Azusa Pacific University with her Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Child Therapy.

Ms. Scott is a relationship focused therapist, who utilizes complementary therapy approaches and techniques, to help her clients unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding them back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Ms. Scott maintains a private practice in Porter Ranch, California working with a wide range of clients. She is part of the Collaborative Counseling Center.

Ms. Scott has written articles on Mental Health Parity and the Value of an Employee Assistance Program published in California Broker Magazine and Self-Insured Magazine. Ms. Scott has also authored and taught many professional continuing education seminars for psychotherapists and employer groups. You can find and follow her blog, Therapeutic Musings, at https://sfvcollaborativecounseling.com/blog/

Program Costs:
Members: $15
Non-Members: $20
Students with I.D: $10

2 PDH / CEU Credits for CEAP,  LCSW, MFT

RSVP: For details, special accommodations or to RSVP, please contact Naheed Carter at Naheed.awan@gmail.com
or (240) 381-8154. Space is limited.

Friday, June 22, 2018
8:30 am Networking
9-11 am Program

SFV-EAPA Meeting Location:
The Canyon at Encino
17167 Ventura Blvd, Encino, CA 91316

The June 2018 meeting is sponsored by:
Center for Discovery

Meeting host:
The Canyon at Encino


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