James Campbell, LPC, LAC, MAC, AADC

Ethics - Navigating the Minefield of Compassionate Care

James Campbell has been working professionally in the human services field in South Carolina for over twenty-five years.  His passion is helping individuals, families, and relationships to heal through leveraging their strengths and supporting other helping professionals as they cultivate their skills and expertise to assist others more effectively. 

 

James is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Addiction Counselor, Master Addictions Counselor, and an Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor.  He is also a member of both NAADAC and ACA.  James is the immediate past President of Addiction Professionals of South Carolina (aka SCAADAC) and has worked in a wide range of clinical settings over the years.  Currently he serves as the Training and Technical Assistance Manager for the Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center located at the National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine, the Coordinator for the Well Being Partnership of Greenville, and works privately as a nationally recognized author, consultant, professor, and speaker.

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Andrea M. Fleming, Ph.D., LPC/S, LPC, LAC, CS, MAC

Resilience in Clinical Supervision Practices: Professional, Personal & Parallel Processing

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A native of Sumter, South Carolina, Dr. Andrea M. Fleming is an educator, expert trainer, mentor, entrepreneur and life-long learner with more than 25 years of experience as a clinical mental health counselor specializing in substance use disorders treatment. She is a graduate of Leadership Institute with Southeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center sponsored by the Morehouse School of Medicine.


Dr. Fleming was the first African-American board member appointed to serve with the South Carolina Association of Licensed Professional Counselors (SCALPC), now known as the South Carolina Clinical Mental Health Counselors Association (SCCMHCA), and is an appointee to the South Carolina Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Certification Commission. In 2010, she launched her business, The Gold Standard, LLC where she serves full-time as the principal consultant to behavioral and mental health agencies across the southeastern region, providing professional development workshops, quality assurance services, policy and accreditation preparation assistance, and clinical supervision for licensure and certification.


In May of 2020, Dr. Fleming completed the doctoral requirements for the Counselor Education and Supervision Program at the University of South Carolina and was a fellowship recipient with the Grace Jordan McFadden Professors Program. Her research was a qualitative inquiry focused on the role of dual role licensed supervisors in community behavioral and mental health agencies in South Carolina. She currently serves as an adjunct professor in the College of Education at USC, and most recently served as Co-Chair of the Supervision Interest Network for the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (SACES).


Besides her professional endeavors, Dr. Fleming is a charter member and Chaplain with the COLA City Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated. She is also a very active Life Member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated where she currently serves as President of the Iota Omicron Sigma Alumnae chapter of which she is a charter member, as well as the State Director for South Carolina.

Robert Breen, M.D.

Assessing and Developing Resiliency in the Treatment of Suicide Risk

Since 1993 Dr. Breen’s work with the Public Psychiatry Training Program at SCDMH and USC School of Medicine has been dedicated to training culturally competent psychiatrists in the modern practice of psychotherapy, psychopharmacology and psychosocial treatments for the benefit of persons with severe and persistent mental illness living in our communities. Training initiatives with an emphasis on participatory learning have been designed for all levels of multidisciplinary team members from psychiatric aides on up to consumers.

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