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Department of Mental Health Annual Trends Workshop

Department of Mental Health Annual Trends Workshop

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  1. Date: 04/18/2006 Time: 09:00 am– 02:30pm Location: Health Science Center HC122 For More Details Please Contact: Myra W. King, MSW, LICSW (301) 565-0142 Beth Albaneze, MA. CTRS, CPRP (301) 346-6738 Jeff Chuang, MCSE (301) 650-1697 Dr. Charles Marcantonio Ph. D. (301) 650-1394 Department of Mental Health Annual Trends Workshop (Spaces are limited; Pre-registration required) For Web Registration Please go to : http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/Departments/socscitp/mentalhealth/workshopreg.htm Presenter: Ron Klein, CAAC, NBCCH is a certified Master Hypnotherapist, a Certified Trainer of Neuro-Lingulistic Programming (N.L.P.), and an Addictions Counselor. He has over seventeen years experience as a trainer and therapist. Session I: What is Hypnosis? Come join us as we explore the secrets of the Hypnosis world and learning its areas of application through video demonstrations. By attending this workshop the audience will learn other techniques' that Mental Health Professional utilizes Session II: Storytelling Therapy The workshop guides the process throughout, briskly explaining and modeling each segment, instructing participants on how to tell stories and (no less important) how to hear them. The setting he creates is safe enough for participants to take intelligent risks, and inclusive enough for all tribes to be affirmed. Facilitator: Kelly Cresap, Ph.D., is an author, teacher, storyteller, workshop leader, humorist, and former NPR commentator. He teaches writing,literature, and storytelling therapy at University of Maryland-College Park and Montgomery College.