Webinar: Now, More Than Ever: The Ethical Practice of Rehabilitation Professional Self Care

Now, More Than Ever: Rehabilitation Professional Self Care

Recorded: Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Create an Account or Login to watch the recorded version and complete the evaluation.. CRC credit is available for viewing this training and completing the evaluation.

Join us for a free 90-minute Live Presentation and Question & Answer Session! Who has time for self-care? If ever the concept of self-care was applicable, now is the time!

This training will focus on self-care for rehabilitation professions. “Unprecedented” is a term we have heard way too many times over the past year, but it really is an accurate descriptor for the experiences we have all shared these past 12 months.

Never before have we had to pivot and change our whole system of service delivery, all while thinking about how to educate our children at home, protect our parents from an unseen virus, deal with economic related anxieties, while simultaneously managing feelings of loss and grief.

This webinar will be close-captioned and a transcript will be available.

About the Presenter:

Robert J. Froehlich, Ed.D., LPC, CRC is an Associate Professor of Counseling with the George Washington University’s (GWU) Rehabilitation Counseling Program.  He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) (Virginia and South Carolina) and a nationally Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). His areas of training and research expertise include ethics in the vocational rehabilitation and counseling settings, psychiatric rehabilitation, career development and counseling, and rehabilitation leadership development. Dr. Froehlich currently serves as chair of the CRCC Ethics Committee and as a member of the Virginia Counseling Association Ethics Committee. 
(804) 794-6667 | rfro@gwu.edu

This training was developed with support from the: National Association of Rehabilitation Leadership (NARL) and the Innovative Rehabilitation Training program (CFDA: 84.263C) at The George Washington University funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA).

Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the U.S. Department of Education nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education.

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