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CenterPointe Hospital Behavioral Health Lecture: Expressive Therapy Techniques by Cathy Lander-Goldberg, LCSW, Friday, December 6, 2019

CenterPointe Hospital Behavioral Health Lecture NO COST ~ Networking ~ Door Prizes TOPIC: Expressive Therapy Techniques PRESENTER: Cathy Lander-Goldberg, LCSW St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute DATE: Friday, December 6, 2019 TIME: Registration & Continental Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Lecture 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. LOCATION: CenterPointe Hospital Gym (2-story building toward back, right side of campus) 4801 Weldon Spring Parkway, St. Charles (Weldon Spring), MO 63304 Continuing  Education Contact Hours: 1.5 contact hours will provided for Missouri Social Workers, Missouri Counselors and Addiction Counselors. A certificate of attendance verifying 1.5 contact hours will be awarded to all participants to submit to their respective licensing boards. About the Presenter: Ms. Lander-Goldberg earned her master’s degree in social work from Washington University in St. Louis in 2003. She is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in eating disorders, depression, infertility, self-harm, grief and loss with adolescent and adult females. Ms. Lander-Goldberg often incorporates expressive therapy techniques such as journaling, photography and...Read More >

CenterPointe Hospital Announces September 2019 Employee of the Month: Patrick S.

CenterPointe Hospital is very pleased to announce that Patrick S. has been elected for the September 2019 Employee of the Month Award! Patrick’s nominations included the following accolades: “Patrick is an excellent social worker who is well respected by his peers and patients and is very dependable. Patrick is the go-to social worker for his peers in my absence and has a wealth of knowledge related to utilization review and discharge planning.” “Patrick is always super helpful. I’ve stopped him for help and to ask questions several times, and he’s always willing to stop what he’s doing and help, and never says he’s too busy. He’s also a really hard worker and extremely ethical, as well.” “Patrick has been instrumental in my learning at CenterPointe Hospital.  His kind demeanor and quick wit make him a joy to work with, especially to an intern.” Congratulations, Patrick! From the Administration and Staff of CenterPointe Hospital

Transforming Obstacles into Opportunities at the Missouri Hospital Association Trade Show

At the 97th Missouri Hospital Association (MHA) Annual Convention and Trade Show, attendees heard the inspirational stories of leaders who embraced the difficulties in their professional and personal journeys and transformed their obstacles into opportunities. MHA is dedicated to sustaining an environment that helps hospitals serve their communities, advocates for policies that improve health and health care in the state, and provides data, decision-support tools and operational resources to help hospitals and health systems deliver the best care possible.      

Coming Soon! True You Recovery

The area’s first residential treatment center dedicated to meeting the needs of LGBTQ+ members. True You Recovery is a designated safe space for members of the LGBTQ+ community to access substance use treatment. In addition to providing a comprehensive substance use treatment curriculum, True You Recovery will also provide: An environment which allows clients to be their authentic self throughout treatment• Affirming therapists and staff Gender inclusive rooming Unique LGBTQ+ programming designed specifically for the LGBTQ+ community Peer Support A safe environment – emotionally, psychologically and physically – for members to go through this journey with their community Gender affirming environment Family support True You Recovery was created by the community for the community! Anticipated opening Early Fall 2019. Stay tuned for more information! Download flyer HERE.

Can You See Me Now?

The pictures of those we’ve lost to the battle against opioid/heroin use touched the hearts of all who attended the 4th Annual NCADA Opioid/Heroin Remembrance and Resource Event held at Barolino’s on November 4th. Community providers in attendance shared resources offering help to those affected by opioid/heroin use, as well as support to family members. For more information about treatment for opioid/heroin addiction go to:  www.CenterPointeHospital.com        

Community Services Summit 2019 Draws the Biggest Audiences Ever!

Hosted by the Community Council of St. Charles County, the Community Services Summit is a day-long series of workshops led by local providers designed to build a stronger community through professional connections and education about issues. The Community Services Summit is the Council’s premiere networking event, bringing together hundreds of professionals wanting to make a difference in our community and provides professionals valuable resources and information on the topics most critical to working with children and families today.    

TMS Treatment for Depression at CenterPointe Hospital

Jennifer Zluhan, TMS Program Manager at CenterPointe Hospital, talks about TMS Therapy and how it’s used to effectively treat depression when medications aren’t working. Call CenterPointe at 1 (800) 345-5407 to learn more about TMS Therapy and if it’s the right choice for you. Watch the video HERE. Learn more about TMS Therapy HERE.                  

CenterPointe Hospital Staff Halloween Costume Contest Winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the CenterPointe Hospital Staff Halloween Costume Contest! The winners of the contest are: Single: Irshad K. Duo: Ally M. and Adrienne L. Group: Patrick S., Jodie H., and Leslie L.

Hotdogs, Spiders and Ladybugs – Oh, NO!

Duo Dogs become Hotdogs, Spiders, and Ladybugs for Halloween – bringing lots of smiles and laughter to all! Learn more about the benefits of pet therapy at:  https://duodogs.org/

International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day November 23rd

Survivor Day is the one day a year when people affected by suicide loss gather around the world at events in their local communities to find comfort and gain understanding as they share stories of healing and hope. On Saturday, November 23, 2019, loss survivors will gather around the globe in small and large events while growing together in their grief journey. Each event is unique and offers various programing, however each event site will feature an AFSP produced documentary that offers a message of growth, resilience and connection. FOR MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE.

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