Delta State University Division of Counselor Education & Psychology will host its 28th annual F.E. Woodall Spring Conference for Helping Professions on Wednesday, April 8, on the third floor of James M. Ewing Hall on the campus.
This one-day workshop is a terrific opportunity to network with other counselors, attend valuable and enlightening workshops, and receive CEU credit hours.
Multiple breakout sessions throughout the day highlighted by a morning keynote will provide community counselors, school counselors, counselor educators, social workers and other helping professionals with valuable toolsfor use in a wide variety of situations and work environments.
Dr. Mary Bartlett will present the keynote address, “Legal and Ethical Considerations in Working with Suicidal Clients” at 10 a.m. in the Henry J. Jacob Conference Center of James M. Ewing Hall.
Dr. Bartlett is an assistant professor and coordinator of the community counseling track in the department of counseling at the University of Montevallo in Montevallo, Alabama.
She is a licensed professional counselor, a nationally certified counselor, a counseling supervisor, and a certified family life educator. Her area of research is suicide, and she speaks nationally on suicide prevention, clinical assessment of suicidality, and various related topics. She is an authorized trainer for the American Association of Suicidology and the Suicide Prevention Resource Center, and serves as a board member for the Alabama Suicide Prevention Task Force, the Alabama chapter for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the Alabama Counseling Association.
Registration fee is $30 for faculty, staff, and the general public and $1 for Delta State students with proper identification.
For more information or to register, please contact Jessica Willis in the Division of Counselor Education & Psychology at (662) 846-4364 or e-mail email@example.com.