Tara Jungersen, Ph. D., will be presenting at the First Annual Helping Professionals Conference, scheduled for April 9-11 in the British Virgin Islands. Jungersen is currently an assistant professor in Counselor Education at Nova Southeastern University’s Center for Psychological Studies. As a counselor educator, she specializes in clinical mental health counseling, compassion fatigue, and clinical supervision. This conference will focus on children and families overcoming the effects of childhood abuse. Jungersen presentation will center on intimate partner violence and its impact on child abuse and neglect.
All helping professionals, including mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists and school counselors, are invited to attend this dynamic conference. The conference also features Jennifer Freeman, co-author with David Epston and Dean Lobovits, of the book: Playful Approaches to Serious Problems: Narrative Therapy with Children and their Families. Also joining the event will be Keyon Dooling, former NBA Star Player of the Miami Heat, founder of the Respect Foundation, and child abuse survivor.
Those interested in joining the event can register at: http://www.cimorgecounseling.com/hpconference/index.html (CEU’s provided as applicable).