Carrier Clinic® Announce Winter-Spring Webinar Series; Topics Include Treating Transgender Patients, Music for Healing
Carrier Clinic has announced its winter-spring series of webinars that are designed for the public and clinicians alike. Topics will address a range of behavioral health themes. All webinars are free. Register online at https://carrierclinic.org/webinars.
2019 Behavioral Health Webinar Series Schedule
- Date: Wednesday, February 27
- Topic: “Culturally Competent Practice with Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Patients”
- Presenter: Joanne Wiedman, LCSW, adolescent social worker
- Notes: February is LGBT Awareness Month in some parts of the world
- Date: Wednesday, March 20
- Topic: “Music Therapy for Children and Adults”
- Presenters: Sarah Pugliese, MMT, MT-BC, board-certified music therapist, and Crista Orefice, MA, MT-BC, board-certified music therapist.
- Notes: March is Music Therapy Awareness Month
- Date: Friday, April 19, 12:30 p.m.
- Topic: “Disparities in Care and Access to Mental Health Services for Minorities”
- Presenter: Don Parker, LCSW, president, Carrier Clinic
- Notes: April is National Minority Health Month
- Date: Wednesday, May 22, 12:30 p.m.
- Topic: “Where to Go When You Think You Need Help”
- Presenter: Danyla Frazier, LCSW, NASW, manager of clinical social services.
- Notes: May is Mental Health Awareness Month
- Date: Thursday, June 6, 12:30 p.m.
- Topic: Gardening as Therapy for the Mind
- Presenter: Laura DePrado
- Notes: The summer growing season is upon us as horticultural therapist Laura DePrado explains the field of horticultural therapy: what it is, how it is used, and its value as a tool in the healing process.
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About Carrier Clinic
Carrier Clinic, a private, nonprofit Central Jersey behavioral health system, specializes in psychiatric and addiction treatment. Carrier’s system includes an inpatient psychiatric hospital, detoxification and rehabilitation center, adolescent and teen residential facility, and a fully accredited middle and high school for students classified as emotionally disturbed.