A Learning and Networking Community
Friday November 6, 10am-12noon
REGISTRATION IS OPEN NOW!
Applying this theory to treat clients in these times of uncertainty and isolation.
Have you been curious about the Polyvagal Theory and it’s applications in our work? This theory is the science that underscores the somatic work we are doing.
Linking theory to practice is the heart of what we do.
Fri. Nov. 6 10am-12noon Join us for this interactive, engaging workshop!
Erin Hodge-Williams, MS, LCSW-C, Approved Clinical Supervisor
Erin Hodge-Williams is a licensed clinical social worker with a master’s degree from theUniversity of Maryland School of Social Work. Erin has over 25 years of experience working with children, adults and families in both clinical and non-clinical settings. Erin practices therapy with the Chesapeake Mental Health Collaborative in Towson. Her specialty is in addressing trauma; anxiety and depression; grief and loss; chronic/acute medical conditions; and life/career transitions. Prior to her work as a therapist, Erin was the executive director of Higher Achievement, a non-profit organization in Baltimore City serving middle school students and their families.