Delta State University’s Division of Counselor Education and Psychology is hosting the 37th annual F.E. Woodall Spring Conference for the Helping Professions on March 23.
The conference boasts 32 breakout continuing education sessions and a keynote address. The event provides continuing education for counselors, social workers, psychologists, and other helping professions to receive quality, affordable continuing education opportunities.
The Woodall Conference has grown to welcome approximately 300 attendees a year. Participants drive in from Mississippi, Tennessee and Louisiana. The presenters are private practitioners, state professionals, and faculty members from 10 universities and colleges.
“We are proud to represent Delta State each year with our Woodall Conference,” said Dr. Cat Vincent, counselor education instructor and conference coordinator. “It’s an honor to be able to bring excellence in continuing education to our region.”
The keynote presenter will be Dan Buchner, the founder and principal of ‘praktikel, and inventor of the car back-up camera and Swiffer. praktikel is an innovative company that has taken on all kinds of problem-solving issues, including the field of counseling. Buchner will be presenting “Six Practical Tips for Innovation.”
“Many of our attendees have begun their careers with a degree from Delta State, and we are happy to continue their education as we contribute to these professional developments of helping professionals across the state Mississippi,” said George Beals, program coordinator and assistant professor in counselor education.
View the conference website at http://buytickets.at/deltastateuniversitycounseloreducation/140851. For more information, contact Vincent at email@example.com.