Thu, May 12|
CCW: The Mind-Body Connection
Have you ever wondered why when you're nervous your stomach turns or perhaps when you are overwhelmed you get a headache? It's because our mind and body are connected!! In this workshop, you will hear from a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Holistic Coach in-training about how our minds & body...
Time & Location
May 12, 2022, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
About The Event
Have you ever wondered why when you're nervous your stomach turns or perhaps when you are overwhelmed you get a headache? It's because our mind and body are connected!! In this workshop, you will hear from a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Latania Franklin and Holistic Coach in-training, Stacy Robertson, about how our minds and body communicate with one another. This workshop will be discussion-based with time left at the end for Q&A!! So bring your questions and journals because this workshop is definitely going to be a treat!
This workshop will be hosted by Latania Franklin, LCSW and Stacy Robertson, LCSW.
Latania Franklin, LCSW: Latania J. Franklin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Latania obtained her master’s degree in social work from Loyola University Chicago in 2014. After graduating from Loyola, Latania worked as a school social worker for 5 years in a public charter high school in Chicago. After obtaining her LCSW license in 2018, Latania entered the world of private practice. Latania specializes in family trauma. Latania has mainly worked with minority and underrepresented populations. Outside of her work, Latania has been featured on two podcasts and was a co-host of Sista Afya's podcast Soften. Latania’s main goal as a therapist is to help her clients reach their highest potential by helping them process their past so they can live the life they deserve.
Stacy Robertson, LCSW: Stacy Robertson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Holistic Wellness Coach In-Training with the International Association of Wellness Professionals (IAWP). When people experience the powerful feelings of stress, anxiety, overwhelm, and anger, it is not uncommon for the time to care for themselves to take a back seat. Her great passion is to support people in unraveling these feelings to find the keys to navigate their journey towards better self-care and self-love. Her educational background includes a B.S. in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities and Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. Professionally, she's worked as a School Social Worker, primarily in the high school setting, for 17 years and is currently the Manager of Social Work Support for the Noble Network of Charter Schools in Chicago.
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