Date(s) - 03/16/16
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Registration and breakfast is at 8:30 AM
Presenter: Martha Flemming, PCC-S, LICDC
3 CEU’s for Counselors, Social Workers and Nurses
Many people dealing with an addiction or mental health issue, are also experiencing grief over losing a loved one. For some, it’s their unresolved grief that led to them turning to substances to cope with their profound pain. This workshop is for any clinician working with clients who have a mental health diagnosis or addiction, and want to understand the impact unresolved grief has on their recovery.
Speaker Bio: Martha S. Flemming has been in the counseling field since 1983. She is experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of concerns. These include addictions, mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, grief, life transition issues, spirituality, marriage and family concerns, premarital counseling, relationship problems, past abuse/trauma, personality disorders, and other issues. She deals with older children, adolescents, and adults. Martha has been a counselor with New Source since 1996. She is available for speaking on a variety of topics and leads workshops for churches and other community groups. She is also available to preach and to lead worship services and retreats, having received extensive seminary training. A graduate of Hiram College and Ashland Theological Seminary, Martha is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Ohio. She maintains active participation in professional organizations, and has held a number of offices in the local chapter of the Ohio Counseling Association.