Continuing Education & Clinical Training

continuing education

Each year, Fellowship Hall offers continuing education classes for counselors which are held in our SECU Lecture Hall inside our Alumni Outpatient Center. The 2019 Class Schedule is below; sign up for all 8 classes for $280 and save $40!

Fellowship Hall is approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP No. 6839) and the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) to provide credits for continuing education classes.

For more information on which credits are available for the courses we provide, please reference our course list below with continuing education units and types indicated. For the requirements for submitting credits for credential renewals, clinicians may visit the NCSAPPB website at http://www.ncsappb.org/ or the NBCC website at http://www.nbcc.org/

NCSAPPB Course Credit Descriptions

Training Fees


$280 for 8 classes – $40 savings (one class free!)

$40 single class – registration closes 24 hours prior to class

$20 single class for currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students. Email your current class schedule to training@fellowshiphall.com and we’ll send you a Student Discount Coupon Code. You must be currently enrolled to receive this discount.

$50 walk up registration – subject to availability

  • Registration Fees are non-refundable, but may be transferred to another individual for the same session with 24 hours advance notice.
  • Reservations will not be rolled over between sessions.
  • For information about possible group rates, please contact us at training@fellowshiphall.com.
  • Each class has been granted credit hours by the NCSAPPB and/or the NBCC (as indicated).
  • You must attend the entire training class to receive credit. If you arrive late, leave early, or are not present for any portion of training, a certificate will not be issued
  • Lost certificates will not be re-issued

Questions or complaints?
Contact our Outreach Coordinator at training@fellowshiphall.com or 336-621-3381.

For information regarding credit hours, contact the  NCSAPPB at 919-832-0975, or the NBCC at 336-547-0607


2019 CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES 

 

Thursday, August 15, 2019 from 1-5pm

Diversity and Cultural Competency presented by Jack Register, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, CCS

Credits: NCSAPPB 3.75 SS (ETHICS) (EBT); NBCC  3.75

About the class: This workshop will focus on the ways clinicians can strengthen their understanding of how we recognize the needs of vulnerable populations and how we serve them.  We will look through a theoretical lens of critical multiculturalism as a foundation then layering on of evidenced-based practices of “recognition” of difference as the key to successful intervention.  This workshop challenges popular myths about populations living with addiction and mental health conditions as well as poverty. 

About the presenter: Jack believes in a holistic approach to working with clients, finding their strengths and resiliency first. He works with those struggling to find their identity and with those who have been abused by faith practices that discriminate against LGBTQA individuals. He also works with transgender individuals to walk them through transition successfully.


Thursday, September 19, 2019 from 1-5pm

Sex, Drugs, and Consequences (Sexually Transmitted Infections, including HIV Disease, Hepatitis A, B and C) presented by Lisa Moore, BS

Credits: NCSAPPB 3.75 SS (HIV)

About the class: The focus of this training it to review epidemiology and current trends of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV Disease, Hepatitis A, B and C (Blood borne pathogens). Prevention education, exposure controls and risk reduction information will be examined and participants will discuss handling and communicating sensitive information with clients.

 

About the presenter: Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Health Care Management from Appalachian State University.  She is a health educator with the state and nationally accredited Burke County Health Department.  As Health Education Supervisor she is responsible for coordinating, implementing, and evaluating community health education programs along with supervising the health education staff.  She provides evidence based programming to the citizens of Burke County.  Lisa also serves at the health department’s Public Information Officer.  Lisa has worked in Public Health for the past 27 years. For the past six years, Lisa has served on the Board for the Council on Alcoholism and Chemical Dependency and helps coordinates the nonprofits fundraisers.

 

Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 1-5pm

Spirituality and Recovery presented by Drew Jamieson, PhD, LMFT, MAC, LCAS-A

Credits: NCSAPPB 3.75 SS; NBCC 4

About the class: This training will address the vital role that spiritual health plays in overall health. It is informed by the biopsychosocial-spiritual approach to wellness. Participants will learn the difference between religion and spirituality, learn what is meant by spiritual health, see the connection of spiritual growth and posttraumatic growth, and learn ways that therapists/counselors can aide the process of spiritual growth. The experience of chronic illness in a family can be profoundly traumatic. Much of the presented material will apply to addiction recovery and the part that helpers can play in seeing spiritual growth in others.

About the presenter: Drew is a marriage and family therapist and addictions counselor in private practice at Greensboro Family Therapy and Wellness Center in Greensboro, NC. He also is Assistant Professor in Online Marriage and Family Therapy Programs at Abilene Christian University. He lives in Greensboro with his wife and children. Drew has practiced as a therapist for over 13 years and has been addictions certified for 9 years. He has experience working in residential addiction treatment (even at Fellowship Hall as Family Counselor.) Prior to moving to North Carolina, Drew was in Alabama in private practice for 11 years. In addition, Drew has experience working as Counselor at an oncology practice. During that time, he conducted research examining spiritual growth in partners of newly diagnosed cancer survivors.