The events of 2020 have shaken our communities and homes in ways few of us predicted. Amidst a global pandemic and an abolition movement, helpers and healers are as essential as ever. We are called to provide support in ways that stretch us emotionally, physically, and energetically. Supporting clients, patients, and community members begins by cultivating wellness practices for ourselves. This webinar will explore ways that mindfulness can serve as one such wellness practice. Practitioners of various healing approaches can benefit, including mental health practitioners, healthcare providers, caregivers, students, or other essential service providers. Mindfulness, the practice of nonjudgmental awareness of our present here-and-now-experiences, can be practiced for brief or long time periods in various environments. A common misconception about mindfulness is that it must be practiced for lengthy periods of time in ideal conditions. Realistically, these ideal conditions are not always available to us. This experiential webinar will explore the primary attitudes of mindfulness and ways participants can create personal practices to suit their everyday needs. Participants will be invited to engage in various mindfulness activities throughout the webinar with the intention of providing a unique healing experience during this time together. Anyone can benefit from this opportunity to connect with other helpers and healers, regardless of your experience or understanding of mindfulness. We look forward to sharing this experience with you.
Meet the presenters!
Meggan Havelka, M.Ed., LPC-S, NCC, is a dedicated mindfulness practitioner and counselor with over 16 years of experience with clients of all ages in the areas of domestic violence, foster care/adoption, and special education. Meggan firmly believes in the integration of mind, body, and spirit for healing and true wellness, and incorporates mindfulness education and practices with clients, colleagues, and educators. Meggan utilizes training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), mindfulness practices, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) in her work with clients in the clinical setting.
Nicole Allen, MS, LPC, RPT, NCC is a certified expressive arts therapist who has over 7 years of experience in clinical practice, supervision, and Counselor Education. Nicole’s clinical practice centers on the healing of complex trauma through body-based approaches such as expressive arts therapy, EMDR therapy, Dancing Mindfulness, and play therapy. Nicole is a doctoral candidate at the University of North Texas where she specializes in the intersections of trauma and systemic oppression. Nicole integrates mindfulness into each of her personal healing and expressive practices.
Live attendance for the full 3-hour webinar is required in order to earn CE credit. This session will be hosted through the video conferencing platform Zoom. Once you have registered on our website, you will receive an email confirmation of your registration that will include a link to download the Zoom software, if needed, and a link to join the Zoom session on the day of the event. Please allow a few extra minutes prior to the webinar start time if you need to download Zoom or are unfamiliar with the process. Please refer to this article if you need more information about how to join a Zoom meeting: https://www.howtogeek.com/662339/how-to-join-a-zoom-meeting/. Please direct questions to NAllen@lotusflowermound.com.
3 CE’s available for LPC’s. This webinar meets Continuing Education requirements as set forth in the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors Administrative Code, Chapter 681, Subchapter J, Rule 681.142.
3 CE’s available for LMFT’s. This webinar meets Continuing Education requirements as set forth in the Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists Administrative Code, Chapter 801, Subchapter K, Rule 801.264.
For other professionals, please refer to your licensing board for further information on your Continuing Education requirements.
Social Workers /LMSW:
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors /LCDC:
Participants are eligible for a full refund, minus a 3% processing fee, for cancellations up to 48 hours before the event. If canceling within 48 hours of the webinar, participants are eligible for a 50% refund, minus a 3% processing fee. Participants who fail to attend the event or who leave early are not eligible for a refund. Cancellation requests or questions should be emailed to NAllen@lotusflowermound.com.