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FHU / Dickson to Host Free Workshop for Helping Professionals

Henderson, Tenn. - Feb 09, 2015

Freed-Hardeman University / Dickson will present a free workshop for behavioral health professionals March 5, 8:30am - 12:05pm at the Renaissance Center in Dickson.

Dr. James H. Dalton, assistant professor of counseling at FHU, will introduce attendees to the results of stress, compassion fatigue and burnout. He will also suggest practical steps to care for self by making changes in and outside of the workplace. Dalton is a licensed professional counselor in Arkansas and a nationally certified counselor. He holds a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Regent University.

This free opportunity will allow counselors, social workers, ministers and others in the helping professions to earn three continuing education credits for their respective licenses. This program has been approved by the National Association of Social Workers – Tennessee Chapter (provider# NASWTN2015-0011) for 3.0 continuing education units.

Advanced registration for the event will be appreciated; however, registration at the door is also available. To register, go to fhu.edu/selfcare.

Freed-Hardeman offers a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in an integrated residential/online program. To learn more, visit fhu.edu/gradcounseling.