Dates: Thursday, April 21st to Sunday, April 24th 2022 Check in at 4:00 and check out at 11:00
Location: Courtyard Marriott on Jekyll Island Closest airport is Jacksonville, which is about an hour away
Cost: $350 p/p Does not include food and lodging; Limited to 100 participants
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TRACKS FOR THE CONFERENCE:
Faith in Counseling:
How do we incorporate faith into the clinical setting in an ethical way? This will include talks surrounding making faith practices a part of treatment, appropriate evaluation of one's faith and how it influences their mental health, and what are the ethical implications of making faith a part of treatment.
Faith in Business:
How do you start and grow a faith-based practice? How do you market and network with Christian organizations? This track is all about making faith a part of the business side of your practice. Other possible topics are setting your fees, establishing values, writing copy surrounding your faith-based practice, etc.
Faith in Action:
How do we make faith an action in our lives and in our clinical work? This track covers the experiential side of the conference. We will have professionally led activities such as yoga on the beach, meditation, prayer, and moments of solitude.
For more information on the speakers as well as what they will be speaking on, click here.
Jessica Tappana MSW, LCSW | Simplifying Your Approach to SEO
Dawn Gabriel, MA, LPC | Soul Care For Therapists - Why Self Care Just Isn't Working
Rev. Tres Adames, MDiv, BCPC | Theological Integration in Faith-Based Counseling
Joe Sanok, MA, LLP, LPC, NCC | How working less helps you level up
Nakita Scott, LCSW | Jesus as the First Social Worker: Connecting Biblical Truths to Social Work Core Values, Ethics, and Trauma-Informed Care in Christian Higher Education
Alison Pidgeon, MA, LPC | How to Run a Group Practice Based on Your Values
Jennifer A Glasscock, LCSW | Partnering with churches: Creating a Church Assistance Program
Cindy Brock, MA, LPCC | Conceptualizing the Client Through a Biblical Lens
Julie Herres - Owner: GreenOak Accounting | Profit First in Private Practice
L. Gordon Brewer, Jr., MEd, LMFT | Vocation, Career & Calling: Integrating your practice and beliefs as a way of life
Christy Pennison, LPC-S | When to Take a Leap of Faith in Private Practice
Amanda Landry, LMHC, CAP, NCC | Benefits of Integrating Yoga into Your Counseling Practice and Your Life
William Hemphill, I MDiv, LPC | Using the care cycle to Regulate Your Emotions
Angelle M. Schott, LSW, CSC | Fanning the Flame
Martin Altman, LPC | Re-Understanding ADHD, A Creative and Interactive Experience
Jane Carter, LCMHC | Private Practice as Spiritual Practice: Your Business is Here to Grow You.
Daniel Fava | How To Create A Complete Online Marketing Strategy For Your Private Practice
Aaron Potratz, LPC NCC CCTP & Nathan Hawkins, LPC CCTP CH.t | Preparing Your Clients For Therapy
Brenda Stewart, LMHC, NCC CCMHC The Cost of Caring
James Marland, MAM, MBA | 3 Secrets for reducing employee management headaches
Where and when is the Faith in Practice Conference?
4/22 - 9:00AM - 5:30PM - 10 Session options as well as a lunch break
4/22 - 5:30PM - Happy Hour hosted by Practice of Therapy
4/23 - 7:30AM - Beach Yoga!
4/23 - 9:00AM - 5:30PM - 10 Session options as well as a lunch break
4/23 - 5:30PM - SURPRISE (working out the details on this event)
4/24 - 9:00 - 12:00PM - Check-out and closing talks
What is the cost of the conference and how do I sign up?
It is $350/ticket. You can go here to purchase your ticket.
What is included in my ticket to the event?
20+ talks from experts about starting and growing a faith-based practice as well as how to work with clients from a faith-based background. Plus, free time with the consultants to pick their brains about your business.
What is not included in my ticket to the event?
You will need to purchase your food and lodging separately. There is a restaurant at the hotel as well as a Starbucks. Jekyll Island is a small island that is easy to get around with many fantastic restaurants.
What is included with my lodging at the hotel?
This hotel is packed with amenities. Here are a few:
Chairs and towels for the beach and pool
The largest pool on Jekyll Island!
2 hour bike rentals
Basket of golf balls (in case you want to get out to one of the amazing courses)
Outdoor firepits and games
Can I bring my family members?
Yes! They are welcome to join you but cannot attend the conference events without a ticket. There is lots to do with kids such as the Sea Turtle Museum on Jekyll Island or the zoo in Jacksonville.
What airport should I fly into?
You can fly into Jacksonville International Airport (JAX) which is an hour drive from Jekyll Island. The Savannah/Hilton Head Airport (SAV) is just over an hour away.
How do I get from the airport to the hotel?
You can rent a car at the airport or look into a transportation van, if you want to rent with your friends. Here are a few options:
Golden Isles Executive Transportation: www.giexecutivetransportation.com, Patty Ventola - Customer Service Coordinator: (770) 560-6807 firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden Isles Transportation: Ken Calhue is a local with and has luxury vehicle transport between Brunswick (about $50 one way), Jacksonville ($150 one way), Savannah ($175 one way) airports: 912-258-9778 or email@example.com
American Corporate Sedan & Limo: Jerry Hooper; www.Jaxride.com 904-994-4043
We no longer need speakers this year but there is always next year.
Will I benefit from the conference if I am not a faith-based practice owner?
Yes. Even though the conference is mostly tailored to faith-based practice owners, if you do not have a faith-based practice, you will still benefit from learning how to meet the needs of these clients as well as how to market to faith-based businesses such as churches. Plus, there will be some amazing speakers and sponsors to pick their brains.
How many tickets are available?
We have already sold the majority of tickets. We are limiting the event to 100 participants to allow for a more intimate experience as well as to help decrease exposure to COVID.
What are the COVID protocols?
We are asking participants to wear masks while indoors and to take a COVID test prior to arrival. We will continue to monitor COVID protocols as we get closer to the event.