Counselor group offers marriage seminar
A program for mental health professionals on "Marital Distress: Assessment and Intervention at the Pre-Separation and Pre-Divorce stage" will be held Wednesday, Oct. 28, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Makoto's Japanese Restaurant in Boone.
The program will be presented by the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina (LPCANC).
Participants will receive one hour of training credit. CEU is free to LPCANC members; $10 additional for nonmembers.
The speaker will be Robert Wolf, a licensed marriage and family therapist and an ordained minister. He is a former Marine and combat veteran of the Vietnam era.
He operated a private practice, Crossgates Marriage and Family Enrichment Center in Brandon, Miss., from 1986-1990. He also worked as contract counselor for Jackson Recovery Center, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Jackson, Miss., from 1986-91. He was the assistant director and later acting director of Hebron Colony and Grace Home Inc., a not-for-profit drug and alcohol retreat program, from 1992-1997.
Currently, he operates a private practice in Boone.
For more information and to register, contact Tammie Brettschneider, regional coordinator for the LPCANC, by Oct. 26 at the following: (firstname.lastname@example.org)