Resources: CEUs

Resources: CEUs

Creative Therapy Ideas: Making Heart to Heart ConnectionsHave you ever encountered a patient, client, student or loved one living with cognitive and/or communication challenges that limit their ability to make meaningful connections with others? Frustration can be high for all people involved; especially for the individual who is struggling.  Over the course of many years, the presenter has developed and adapted various creative approaches to therapy.  It is hoped that by sharing experiences, accounts and teaching strategies that the listener will be inspired to find ways to facilitate interactions that make a difference.

Lakeview is the established source for continuing education for professionals dedicated to the treatment of people affected by neurological and behavioral challenges. Free CEUs may be earned through visiting our interactive web site and registering for scheduled programs, such as our Third Thursday at Three Series.

Resources: CEUs

 

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Register for our Third Thursday at Three Series and earn one Certified Case Management or one Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Continuing Education Unit.  

December 18 -  A Treatment Continuum for Moderate and Severe TBI.    

This presentation will provide an overview of treatment recommendations following moderate to severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Rob Williams is the Administrator of Lakeview’s Midwest residential programs, Hillside School, and Behavioral Health Clinic in WI. Prior to joining Lakeview, Mr. Williams worked in various leadership roles for a major post-acute brain injury provider in Illinois from 1997-2013, specializing in neurobehavioral treatment. Mr. Williams has held direct care, clinical and administrative positions throughout his career. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Administration from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

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