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Self-Care and Stress Management: Applying a Personalized Approach (Non-CEU Version)

Started Jun 21, 2024

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Full course description

Overview

Join this interactive 3-hour online, trainer led, course on self-care and stress management. This training will define and explore types of stress and impacts of stress on the brain and body, while helping participants identify holistic practices, and individualized strategies to address their unique stressors. Participants will practice stress management skills during the course and will create a self-care plan that they can utilize in their everyday lives.

Objectives

  1. Recognize and reflect vulnerabilities in life and why stress reduction and self-care are important.
  2. Identify and introduce holistic strategies for self-care practice.
  3. Practice and create Individualized practices for self-care and stress management. 

Registration and CEU Information

  • This listing is for those not wanting CEUs.
  • Please see the CEU version if you need CEUs.
  • The live webinar will be held June 21, 2024, from 12:00 - 3:00pm.
  • Once registered, you will be able to access the course site to complete the Zoom registration to receive the link for the webinar.

Trainers: Anna Yas and Steve Ploum

Anna Yas currently serves as a Systems of Care Specialist with the Provider Assistance and Training Hub (PATH). She holds a master’s degree in social work and is an LCSW in the state of Illinois. Anna is responsible for providing training, coaching, and field support in Systems of Care, Wraparound, and other curriculum relevant to assisting providers. Over the past decade, Anna has served in various roles and settings within community-based mental health.

Steve Ploum, MA, LCPC, is a Field Specialist at the University of Illinois School of Social Work’s Provider Assistance and Training Hub (PATH) where he provides training and field support pertaining to IM+CANS, IM-CAT/Crisis Safety Planning, and using the CANS in treatment planning and supervision. Steve holds a Masters in Counseling/ Art Therapy and has been a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LCPC) since the early 90’s having worked predominantly in child welfare before joining the PATH team in 2018. He maintains a small private practice and has been an adjunct and an assistant professor at a couple Chicagoland universities.  He’s been married for 30 years, has two grown kids, and to help balance work and play, he also writes music and performs as a musician, sings in a choir and coordinates a quarterly concert series in his hometown.