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Retraining Your Brain to Deal With Worry
Thursday, January 18, 2024 – 6pm
Brett Novick, LCSW, EdD
One of the most common issues that many of us deal with is worry. Worry can cause constant disturbing thoughts of the past and future that tiringly churn in our heads and rob us of the peace within the present. What can we do to enjoy the moment, decrease our worry, and get “unstuck” out of the constant worries in that cycle in our heads? This workshop will help us begin a journey to finding an effective path to walking alongside our worries. To register, please click on the links below to complete the registration form and pay to secure your spot. Thank you!
Dr. Brett Novick holds a Master’s Degree in Family Therapy and post-degree certification in School Social Work and Educational Administration and earned his EdD in Educational Leadership. He has worked as a School Social Worker/Counselor for the last 23 years and is an adjunct instructor at Rutgers University and Stockton University. He has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice, community mental health, and substance abuse settings over the last twenty-five years. Additionally, he has supervised family counseling, school counseling, and centers for abused and neglected children, adults & children with developmental disabilities and has been a licensed foster parent. Brett has authored seven educational and self-help books. He has written two SEL and CBT children’s books and created four therapeutic games for youth. Additionally, he has written for several
national educational, parenting, and mental health magazines. He has been humbled with awards for his work in education, with the NJEA Martin Luther King Jr. Human and Civil Rights, NJ State Governor’s Office Jefferson Award for Public Service as well as his District’s Teacher of the Year and Ocean County Counselor of the Year and the NJ State Holocaust Education Commission’s Hela Young Award.
All About Grief
This grief educational course is meant to support those who have either experienced a loss or those who are trying to support someone else who has experienced a loss. In this course, you will learn the ins and outs of grief. This will include the types of grief, the grief timeline, how to best support yourself and others during the grieving process, and more. In this course, you will develop a roadmap to help you as grief is a journey. We will also provide you with resources and book titles to further support you.
Effective Communication For Couples
In this course, you will learn skills and strategies to effectively communicate in your relationships. Topics will include: – Unhealthy Vs. Healthy Patterns – How To Set Healthy Boundaries – The Use of “I Statements To Create Dialogues as Opposed to Defensiveness” – Active Listening Skills – Balancing Business & Joy, and more.