October 27, 2017
Simply Bee Presents At Amita Health Behavioral Medicine Institute
Simply Bee will partner with Chicagoland's best practitioners to train the medical field on the importance of treating eating disorders and self injury with a sense of urgency and compassion, click here for more information.
August 18, 2017
Self-Injury Treatment Provider Networking Breakfast: Anxiety Treatment and Self-Injury
Beyond Motivational Interviewing: Using ‘Therapeutic Strategy’ to Increase Clients’ Motivation
The Therapeutic Strategy is a two-part model for clinicians to use when assessing and treatment planning for ambivalent clients. For clients who struggle with self-injury, contemplation is the most important conversation. There are times when clinicians need to go beyond motivational interviewing techniques and provide qualitative measures to understand the clients’ capacity for change. The therapeutic strategy allows clinicians and clients to feel power and control in their fight self-injury behaviors while maintaining a therapeutic connection. The model uses strategy to build common language, introspection and ultimately motivation for healthy change.
July 19-21 &23
SIMPLY BEE partners with lead in lake forest, il
Reclaim will provide young adults an opportunity to practice their emotional intelligence skills and build up their leadership skills. Learn to lead your life in a positive direction during this four-day retreat aimed to promote an improved sense of self in a community of other like--minded individuals who want build the skills necessary to thrive in today's world. Eligible participants are those going into senior year of high school and/or currently enrolled in college
April 18, 2017
simply bee presents on Building Resiliency in Teens
Sponsored by the GBN Student Assistance Program (SAP) team in partnership with ag behavioral health and consulting
"SAP team members will kick off the workshop with information on GBN professional development and will introduce our guest speaker, Audrey Grunst, LCSW, Behavioral Health and Consulting, Licensed Therapist. Those who feel most resilient are in control, powerful, valued and connected. Audrey will show parents how to model these four key elements and foster resiliency in the home. Audrey will walk parents through an activity which uses the value-based decision-making model and how to embrace your child’s process of growth, not just the product of success."
March 4, 2017
Simply Bee presents at
glenbrook district 225 college colloquium
The college selection process can become stressful and overwhelming. Come learn of various coping strategies to manage the emotional roller coaster that can present itself. Learn how to stay relaxed and confident throughout the process and understand the emotional aspect families may feel.