2021 Virtual Conference
Available On Demand Now
Unlike any other year in our history, 2020 was filled with traumatic experiences. It was a rare experience where both clients and their providers both experienced trauma from the same events in real time. This year’s conference, entitled Post-Traumatic Growth, could not be more timely and will provide needed resources for mental health counselors. Many are familiar with Post-Traumatic Stress; however, many have not heard of Post-Traumatic Growth and even fewer know how to navigate this journey from struggle to strength for themselves and for their clients.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, SCCMHCA's 2021 Annual Conference will be held as a Virtual Conference. The safety of our staff, conference attendees, presenters, and sponsors is our priority.
We invite you to access the conference on demand!
The conference took place live on March 5-6, 2021.
Session One (3 CE Hours): Posttraumatic Growth (3)
Session Two (3 CE Hours): Narrative Therapy (3)
Session Three (6 CE Hours): Supervising the Traumatized Counselor (3), Ethics and Diversity in Supervision (3 Ethics Hours)
SCCMHCA is an approved provider of continuing education units by the SC LLR Board for Licensed Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Psycho-Educational Specialists (Provider #4521). Social Workers can also receive CEUs for this conference.
Richard G. Tedeschi, PhD
Learn more about our Virtual Conference speakers:
The Big Red Barn Retreat is a 501(c)(3) located in Blythewood, South Carolina, that provides free therapeutic services to active-duty service members and veterans struggling with military and combat-related stress issues. Established in 2014, the retreat helps more than 2,500 military personnel annually. The Big Red Barn Retreat was chosen as the fifth location in the nation to offer Warrior PATHH to Veterans and First Responders beginning in October 2020. All services provided at the Big Red Barn Retreat are funded through grants and private donations. For more information, go to www.thebigredbardretreat.org.