Continuing Education Event – Adjusting Our Leadership during Changing times – webinar – 2/17/2022
Recovery Centers of America has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7002. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Recovery Centers of America is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. This course qualifies for 1 credit hour.
‘We’ve always done it that way.’ This 1-hour, 1 NBCC CEU training will cover overcoming resistance towards organizational change during evolving times.
1. Identify 3-4 reasons why change is so challenging for individuals and groups.
2. Understand 2-3 theories of organizational development.
3. Identify 2-3 ways that leaders can spearhead positive change efforts, especially during challenging times.
4. Understand 2-3 initiatives that RCA has implemented to evolve with changing times.
Dawn Belamarich Berry, LPC, LCADC, CCS, CCGC is excited to bring her experience as a leader and clinician into her new role as Senior Vice President, Clinical and Operational Excellence. Upon completing two master’s degrees and working in various social service and treatment settings, Dawn found a permanent home within the social service fabric of South Jersey. For over a decade, Dawn has been an influential leader within the field, carrying roles such as therapist, supervisor, and administrator, and she developed an unrelenting passion for working with those dealing with addiction. From working with adults in a state prison environment to working with youth in intensive outpatient and aftercare modalities.
Dawn has not only developed a concrete understanding of how addiction works but has also developed the most important characteristic in addiction and mental health treatment: knowing how to best guide individuals on their journey to bring about positive, sustainable change. In her new role as Senior Vice President, Clinical and Operational Excellence, Dawn hopes to continue to aid individuals in bringing about positive change on their path to recovery.