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3rd Annual Emerging Professionals Symposium (SAC-DAVIS)

  • Saturday, June 09, 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • 5730 River Oak Way, Carmichael


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Sacramento-Davis District Presents The 3rd annual Emerging Professionals Symposium to be held on Saturday, June 9, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.,  at the home of Jean Rosenfeld (Outgoing District Coordinator), 5730 River Oak Way, Carmichael. Complimentary brunch, networking and socializing from 10 - 11:00 a.m. Presentations from 11 - 1:00

Come meet the future! 3 new professionals will discuss their areas of expertise. Incoming District Coordinator, Becky Melton, LCSW, will moderate.

10-11am Brunch and Networking
11am-1pm Presentations

Bring flyers/brochures, business cards, requests and suggestions. We’ll help you connect with others with your interests and needs.


Joua Yang- Clinical Considerations when Engaging with Hmong Clients

Bio: Joua is earning a master’s degree in counseling with an emphasis on school counseling. She has interned in school settings and works for Mutual Housing California as a Community Organizer and Residential Program Manager. She is bilingual in Hmong and English.

Learning objective: Familiarize mental health service providers with the Hmong community’s mental health needs, as well as the complexities and stigma of receiving help.

Robbie Limary- Kenobi, MSW- Exploration of Effectiveness of Residential and Wilderness Treatment Programs for adolescents

Bio: Robbie has been a clinical therapist at T-CORE and KIDS First providing treatment to children, couples, and families. He worked at Telos Residential Treatment Center in Utah in a variety of roles. He is also bilingual in Spanish.

Learning Objective: To understand the process of Residential Treatment Therapy and the benefits, success, and possible risks for adolescent clients and their family.

Jackie Nelson- Issues in Mental Health Treatment of Native Americans.

Bio: Jackie is a clinical intern in a private practice in Placerville with a specialty in Sexual Offenders. She has worked at El Dorado County Behavioral Health and the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, working with Native American and Alaskan Native families. She was an advocate and trainer in providing culturally competent services.

Learning Objective: To learn about resources and cultural considerations for treatment of Native American Families.

2 CEUs for LCSWs, MFTs and LPCCs. CEUs and brunch are free for members. Nonmembers: fee for attendance and brunch is $10, plus $20 if you want CEUs. If supervisors for ASWs approve, 2 hours may count toward licensure. Students and brand new graduates may attend free.

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