Lee Carlson Center is a proud member of AspireMN, an association that works to improve the lives of children, youth and families served by member organizations through support for quality service delivery, leadership development, and policy advocacy.
This month AspireMN is launching registration for Facilitated Conversations with Field Experts on issues pertaining to work with clients amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Please consider connecting for this important series.
Two team members Matt Lindberg and Nicole Rohrer from Lee Carlson Center are being featured in the series.
Registration is now live.
Mindfulness for You and Your Clients
Thursday, May 28, noon – 1:00 pm
With Matt Lindberg, Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Wellbeing
What is Mindfulness? How can it be helpful? The session will focus on mindfulness practices that you can use with kids and parents.
Key words/concepts for this session include: experiential, problem solving, moving forward, developing your practice, and sharing resources.
REGISTER HERE: https://www.aspiremn.org/events/register.aspx?id=1382812
Supporting Telehealth Play Therapy with Young Children
Tuesday, June 2, noon – 1:00 pm
With Nicole Rohrer, Lee Carlson Center for Mental Health and Wellbeing
Learn strategies for conducting tele-play therapy sessions with young children and their parents. Discuss challenges and successes to utilizing tele-play therapy with clients. Create your own “cheat sheet” of activities to use with clients.
REGISTER HERE: https://www.aspiremn.org/events/register.aspx?id=1382814
Get Registration Information for AspireMN – Facilitated Conversations with Field Experts