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"I was Mentally Prepared for a Zombie Virus" - Dealing with Personal and Patient Trauma During a Pandemic"

  • Friday, May 15, 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Zoom webinar

Registration

  • Includes FREE 1.0 Continuing Education Contact Hours (CHEC) for CHES or MCHES individuals.
    (Please note: You must register with your InSOPHE account affiliated email address)
  • Registration for non-InSOPHE member includes 1.0 Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) for CHES or MCHES individuals.
  • Registration is free, but does NOT include Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) for CHES or MCHES individuals.

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WEBINAR DETAILS

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected each and every one of us in different ways. Due to the increased impact of trauma our society is facing in the wake of this pandemic, it's ESSENTIAL to take care of your mental health and well-being. Join InSOPHE for our upcoming webinar as we hear from one expert on how to positively cope with personal and patient trauma during the COVID-19 pandemic.

SPEAKER INFORMATION

Megan C. Fisher, LMHCA, LCAC, TTS

Megan C. Fisher, LCAC, LMHCA, TTS is the Director of Recovery Engagement at Porter-Starke Services, Inc (PSS).  Megan manages multiple federal grants awarded to PSS for increasing access to substance use and behavioral health services, closing gaps in the continuum of care, and leveraging resources in PSS communities.  She has over 12 years of experience in behavioral health and has worked in the clinical and administrative levels of residential, outpatient, community mental health, and corrections environments.  Megan is humbled to have been nominated for the Indiana Addiction Professional of the Year Award in 2017.  She is an active participant of regional and State coalitions, advocating for education and stigma reduction, as well as shaping policy related to substance use disorder treatment.  Megan is currently an Indiana State Lead for the Recovery Advocacy Project, a nationwide grassroots movement led by individuals in recovery.  Quite active in her personal life, Megan enjoys caving, obstacle-course running, and weight-lifting in her spare time. 

An application for continuing education has been submitted for this webinar event to the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC) for 1.0 Entry-level Category 1 Continuing Education Contact Hour (CECH).  Non-members may claim CECH credit for a small fee at registration.

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