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We are excited to announce the start of our first specialty group designed for educators. We have reviewed the current research on workplace stress for educators, and we have conducted local research of our own. Because educators are infused in every facet of our lives, we feel compelled to respond to the call for an undeniable need within our community. Overwhelmingly, educators feel they can benefit from attending a group created specifically for their needs. The group is designed to meet the members "where they are" in their professional and personal lives. The moderator will assess and address interacting commonalities and factors that lead to deteriorating emotional and mental health. Paula McCarther, LCSW will moderate the group. Paula spent 23 years as Director of School-based Services for the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS). She worked directly with educators and administrators to address complex issues involving personnel, students, and parents. Her skills and years of experience contribute to an understanding of the interrelated issues that can adversely affect staff within the school system. Moreover, she has been successful in helping educators and administrators understand the dynamics of the adverse interrelated issues and to incorporate healthy practices into their professional and personal lives.
Peyton Woodruff, LAC comes to us as a Licensed Associate Counselor, soon to be a Licensed Professional Counselor. As part of Insight's vision for a healthier client base, Peyton will be offering her yoga expertise in two seperate formats. 1) Within the psycho-education received in the mental health therapy setting. 2) Within the standard format of a studio/classroom setting where the groups may benefit from the full spectrum of yoga techniques to address issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, and even pain relief. Please feel free to contact our office for more information.