Catherine Eaton, LCPC-S, GCDF, NCC worked as a veterinary nurse for over ten years prior to transitioning to a career in counseling.
After earning a Master of Science in Pastoral and Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Loyola University Maryland in 2011 she found pet grief and loss is often overlooked and minimized.
MASERVIC 2018-2019 President, Dr. Carol ZA McGinnis will share lessons from the White Earth Reservation NBCC International Institute in this 3 hour workshop (3 CEs).
Interested MCA members can expect to make a large Native American drum and medicine bag in the tradition of the Ojibwe tribe to use in a personal or professional manner. Plan on an exciting workshop where you will learn important lessons from the Anishinaabe people that can be helpful when working with native as well as a wide variety of diverse clients.
This workshop will result in an invitation to participate in a new drumming circle and incur a $50 MCA or ACC member cost to cover CEs and all genuine drum and medicine bag materials.
Non-ACA/ACC members are welcome at a $75 per person fee for CEs and materials.
Cultural perspective of mental illness for African-Americans
Maryland Counseling Association
P.O. Box 2515Germantown, MD 20875
Phone: 410-931-5010 Fax: 410-931-5013