Date(s) - Friday, October 6, 2017
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
The Barry Robinson Center
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Initiating Change and Transition by Using What You Know to Help with What You Don’t
Presented by: Kirk Woodring , LICSW
Kirk J. Woodring is a licensed independent clinical social worker and the Chief Clinical Officer of the Brattleboro Retreat. Located in southern Vermont, the Retreat was founded in 1834, is the nation’s 16th largest provider of mental health and addiction services, and a northeast regional specialty mental health and addiction treatment center. Mr. Woodring’s clinical specialties are in group treatment and in suicide risk assessment. He is an adjunct professor at the Smith College School for Social work, where he coordinates the group practice sequence and teaches advanced group therapy. Mr. Woodring is also the co-author of “Assessing the Risk: Suicidal Behavior in the Hospital Environment of Care” (HCPro, 2011). Mr. Woodring resides in the Massachusetts’s Pioneer Valley.