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Resiliency: Virtual CEU with The Carolina Center

Resiliency: How to Manage Stressors and Bounce Back from Difficult Situations

Thursday, May 21 at 11:30 am

Dawn Harbin, Ph.D., MA, LPCS/C, LPC, NBCC, NCC
Coordinator of Psychiatric Intensive Outpatient Programming
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health

In dealing with the COVID19 pandemic, many of us have had to drastically change our daily schedules and adjust to new expectations and stressors. How have you managed that? Resilience (or being psychologically hardy) plays an important part in our ability to bounce back, accept changes in our life and forge ahead without too many bumps in the road. We, as professionals, must practice gratitude for what we have and the opportunities that allowed us to become professionals but also take time for self-care.

One general CEU credit will be provided by The Carolina Center.

Please join us for this Virtual CEU presentation on Resiliency. Register via the link below.

Click here to register for this session.

After registering, you will receive instructions on how to join the meeting.
We hope you can join us!


The Carolina Center breaks ground on 18-bed expansion project

The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health broke ground recently on an 18-bed expansion that will help meet the growing demand for behavioral health treatment in the Upstate.

“Our goal in this expansion is to improve access to treatment for those dealing with addiction and mental health issues,” said Jerry Chapman, CEO of The Carolina Center. “Fortunately, the stigma surrounding mental health is decreasing and more people are seeking treatment. This expansion will give us an even greater ability to help those in need.”

Anticipated opening of the new unit is late 2020. The expansion project also includes a larger, more accessible admissions area as well as reconfiguring dining services in order to improve the patient experience.

“The Carolina Center has been the area’s leader in behavioral services for more than 30 years,” said Chapman. “It’s an honor to work with our community partners and serve more men, women, and teens who are dealing with mental health or substance use disorders.”

Pictured, left to right:
Jerry Tatum, JE Dunn, Ben Linduff, JE Dunn, Greg Schlangen, COO, The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, Gergana Dimitrova, MD, Medical Director, The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, Jerry Chapman, CEO, The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, John Willingham, Divisional Vice President, Universal Health Services, Inc., James Boynton, CFO, The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, Jennifer Daigle, Director of Nursing, The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health, Yancey Powers, WM2A Architects