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Social workers, psychologists, licensed professional counselors, educators, school personnel, mental health professionals, clinicians, health and human service practitioners, and other health care professionals
Often times those we serve feel alone in their journey of healing. Group work is a great way to provide a collective experience and grow ssupport systems. This workshop focuses on the application of social work group theory as it applies across the life span to client intervention groups. Three focal areas are addressed within the context of social work group theory: the individual group member, the group as a whole, and the environment in which the group functions. Attention is also given to a theoretical approach for working with individuals with diverse backgrounds in diverse settings. This workshop is both lecture and interactive style learning.
Isis Bey, LCSW, CCTP II
A Master’s Level Clinician, Ms. Bey completed her education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Charlotte, NC. She has over 20 years experience working with children and families. Ms. Bey is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the North Carolina Social Work Licensing Board. She is Nationally Certified as a Trauma Clinician, Gang Specialist and Parent Educator. Ms. Bey is the founder and owner of Harmony Health Therapeutic Services and an Adjunct Professor with Johnson C. Smith and Winthrop Universities. Ms. Bey has taught courses that include: Group Therapy Advanced Practice, Trauma and Social Work Practice, Generalist Social Work Practice, Social Work Ethics, Field Instruction and more. Ms. Bey is also an NC Supervisor for Clinical Social Workers.
Her experience in the clinical field includes but is not limited to: Crisis Intervention, Assessment, Individual, Group and Couple’s Counseling, and Trauma. She also has practice experience using Mindfulness, Spiritual Social Work, Drumming and Dance as a therapeutic tool. Training experience includes advocacy, ethics, implicit bias, systematic disparities, group therapy, child welfare, parent education, gang intervention, human trafficking, and domestic and teen dating violence.
Ms. Bey offers treatment, training and supervision through an Eclectic Humanistic Approach. This is a person-centered, strength’s based approach. The belief is that the participant is the expert of his or her life experiences. Ms. Bey is a guide and coach in the treatment or learning process, offering tools, feedback, resources, skills and techniques to assist the individual in the healing or learning process. Ms. Bey uses treatment modalities that are trauma informed and evidenced based. Ms. Bey loves spending time with her family, engaging in community work and traveling.
Charlotte AHEC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5096. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Charlotte AHEC is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.