ABOUT THE TRAINING
Are you looking for creative interventions that may be effective with clients who struggle with anxiety and depressive disorders? Emotional Freedom Techniques such as tapping are becoming increasingly popular in professional mental health circles—but do they work? In this course, we will explore what Emotional Freedom Techniques are and what the research literature says about whether they can help us help our clients. Finally, we will look at some of the implications of using Emotional Freedom Techniques with BIPOC clients.
ABOUT YOUR TRAINER
Sheerah Neal, EdS, (FL), LPC (MS), NCC, Registered Play Therapist Sheerah Neal is a creative clinician who is National Board-Certified and independently licensed to practice in Florida and Mississippi. She co-owns New Day Counseling & Wellness, LLC along with two other amazing and accomplished Black Women. Sheerah has clinical experience serving a variety of populations, including adults who have survived complex childhood trauma, women dealing with postpartum depression, individuals addressing sexual assault survivorship, individuals addressing human trafficking survivorship, and those struggling to manage everyday life challenges. Sheerah is especially passionate about serving children and specializes in play therapy. She is actively engaged in research focused on improving wellness for BIPOC individuals, as well as others in the global community.
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This event costs $25
There will be no CEUs for this event.
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