Laurie Reid, LMFT, MCAP
Laurie Reid is a Florida and Georgia licensed marriage and family therapist, certified addictions professional and a Joint Commission accreditation consultant for substance abuse and mental health treatment centers. She has over 18 years of experience serving individuals, families and communities in the behavioral healthcare field. After her naval military service, Reid earned a BS degree with a major in sociology from Wichita State University and an MS degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Friends University.
Reid is an expert in quality assurance, clinical processes, clinical documentation and specialized clinical documentation for utilization review, and she often provides consultation to agencies seeking state licensing and accreditation with The Joint Commission. One of her most visible and well-defined talents is her ability to clearly communicate clinical issues to administration and to clearly communicate administrative issues to clinicians.
Monday October 26th
Maximizing Your Wellness During a Pandemic — How to Soar Above the Panic
1.5 CE Credit
As behavioral healthcare provider, we always want the best outcomes for our clients. But all too often we may be neglecting our own self-care in the process of healing those who seek us out for help. During this unpreceded time of a global pandemic, more than ever we need to tap into self-care strategies to keep our sanity. This workshop will focus on creatively exploring methods to assist providers in recognizing the importance of being resilient and identifying how to nourish themselves in order to maintain and maximize wellness while sheltering-in-place orders are in effect across our nation. The opportunity to take a personal inventory to identify and analyze our emotional, physical, mental and spiritual wellness status will be provided.