Ted Leavitt is a counsellor specializing in impulse control difficulties, and he will bring his knowledge around trauma to our conference with a focus on the parent/guardian/caregiver. We hope you will be able to make it to see him speak at Advocacy: Equitable Access to Education, our 4th annual conference held March 29th and 30th at the Civic Hotel in Surrey, BC.
Tickets available here:
Equitable Access to Education Conference
Ted Leavitt is a registered clinical counsellor in private practice in Abbotsford, BC and currently the program manager of Langley Youth and Family Services. Since 2006, he has worked with and specialized in impulse control difficulties including ADHD, addictive behavior, aggression, self-harm, and attachment trauma.
Workshop: Working Through The Trauma of Advocacy
You will learn:
-The self-awareness and skills to avoid burnout
-Removing barriers that drain your courage to speak up
-How to find and value your voice
The presentation will be an interactive lecture, Q&A-type workshop. Participants may be asked to share some of their experiences. The purpose of this workshop is to look beyond philosophy and provide practical paths to achieving the objectives.
You can learn more about Ted and and Connectivity Counselling here:
Ted is on Twitter @CounselorTed
Read all the details about our conference here: