The mission of Haymarket Center is to aid people with substance use disorders in their recovery by providing comprehensive behavioral health solutions. Our emphasis on continuing education is one of the ways we assure our mission is seen through. Our Spring Workshops offer a variety of topics for professionals looking to continue their education and sharpen their skills.
Workshop II 3/2/19
Presented by: Cheri DeMoss, MA, LCPC, CAADC, MAC, NCADC II
Cheri DeMoss is founder & director of Empowering Options Counseling Innovations specializing in educational therapy.
Topic: Superman’s Lack of a Flight Plan
Most of us have experienced the unpredicted shame, blame and emotional upset in the game called life. But few of us have been taught the rules to the game! We don’t know how to spot the garden variety, everyday emotional assaults or effectively prevent ourselves from being Shamed. More About Superman's Lack of a Flight Plan
Workshop III 3/16//19
Presented by: Dr. Jinnie Christerna, Rh.D, LCSW, CHT
Dr. Jinnie Cristerna, the only practicing RoHun doctor in Chicago, is also a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Illinois, a graduate of the University of Chicago, an Ordained Minister, Clinical Hypnotherapist, former sports psychology manager for USA Taekwondo, and media expert for local and national news outlets has been practicing for 27-years.
Topic: The Role Forgiveness Plays in Healing & Recovery
Letting go and moving on is easier said than done; especially in recovery. Regardless of what caused our pain, the process of truly letting go and moving on is complicated and only happens when we understand the real meaning of forgiveness. Read More about the Role Forgiveness Plays in Healing & Recovery
Workshop IV 3/30/19
Presented by: Bob Carty, LCSW, CADC, CCJP
For nearly forty years, Bob Carty has participated in the addictions treatment profession in various roles – counselor, supervisor, trainer, mentor, administrator, board member and educator. Bob has participated in our Continuing Education program, presenting at many of our workshops and Summer Institutes
Topic: Engaging & Motivating Clients
Clients coming into treatment are rarely ready to change. Counselors need to create a context for change, which includes building rapport and reducing denial. In this workshop, we examine the foundational skills of Motivational Interviewing. Read More About Engaging & Motivating Clients
Workshop V 4/13/19
Presented by: Jim Scarpace, MS, LCSW
Jim Scarpace is Executive Director at Gateway Foundation for both the Aurora and Joliet, Illinois locations.
Topic: Trauma-Informed Care for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders
This training examines the relationship between trauma triggers and their impact on Substance Use Disorders. As a result of this training, the learner will develop an understanding of the types of trauma and their impact on both the psychological as well as the physiological health of a client. Read More About Trauma Informed Care for Individuals with Substance Use Disorders
For more information on workshops and biographies of our presenters, please visit us at our Bio and Information Page. To go directly to registrations visit our registration page. Maintaining the overall health, safety, and security of all clients at Haymarket is a top priority. If you or someone you know has a substance abuse problem and is looking for a comprehensive behavioral health solution, call Haymarket Center at 312-226-7984 or visit our website.