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The next CSWA-S monthly lunch and learn will be on Wednesday October 26th from 11:30-1:00pm at St. Leo University, 7426 Hodgson Memorial Drive. Networking and sign in will be from 1130-12 and presentations will run from 12-1. Thanks to our wonderful partnership with St. Leo University, lunch will be provided! 

Patrick Mooney and the rest of the representatives from the college counseling programs in the area are hard at work developing a quality program for CSWA-S members.

The topic will be, LGBTQ – U: Contemporary Gender Related Issues in Area Colleges. Please read below for additional information and learning objectives.  

As colleges throughout the region and the nation address the needs of an increasingly diverse student population, issues related to gender are increasing in number and complexity.  Mental health clinicians in colleges and the surrounding communities need to know about the issues that have an impact on their clients and they need to know about available resources in order to effectively work with gender non-traditional students.

This presentation and panel discussion features people from area colleges and universities who will speak from the unique perspective of each of their very different college campuses.  They will;

·         identify issues affecting the LGBTQ community

·         identify problems that they see and discuss how they are addressing them

·         describe resources that are available.

The panel discussion will allow mental health clinicians at colleges and in the community to discuss this topic and share information so that these students may be better served.

Learning objectives:

Participants will have the opportunity to become aware of and be able to identify issues that have an impact on the LGBTQ community on area college campuses.

Participants will have the opportunity to become aware of and be able to identify resources that are available to help address some of the individual, group, and systemic problems that exist.

Participants will have the opportunity to develop connections with resources in the community and on campus in order to better serve their student/clients.

Support Group for Female
Veterans, Active and Retired Military
 
Have you experienced Post Traumatic Stress (PTSD) and/or Military Sexual Trauma (MST) during your service?
 
A new group is starting for female survivors how to find mildronate online of trauma to promote emotional regulation, coping skills and improve relationships. This is not a group to process details of trauma, but to explore how trauma effects thoughts, feelings and actions, and connect with like-minded individuals.
 
STAIR – Skills Training in Affective & Interpersonal Regulation is a new protocol developed by military providers who understand this population. It will be led by an experienced civilian clinician in a private Midtown Savannah office. The group is limited to 8 participants. It is a closed group, meaning no new members will be included after group begins, in order to promote safety and trust.
Thursday evenings from 5:00-6:30 for 10 sessions.
A brief phone interview and commitment to complete the group is required. Insurance/Tricare Accepted.
 
Contact Melanie Mills LPC at 912-436-6481 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." target="_blank" rel="nofollow" shape="rect">melaniemillThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

Do you currently hold a doctorate and are interested in teaching? St. Leo University has a current opening for Assistant/Associate Professor of Human Services at their Savannah campus. Please visit  here for complete information on the position. You will need to submit your application through the St. Leo University website.

 

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