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Pre-Registration fees are due by March 9th, 2018

Registration for both days:

PARC members: $70.00*

Nonmember: $100.00*

Student member: $30.00*

Registration for one day only:

March 18th $55.00*

March 19th $20.00

Exhibit Booth: $100.00

*Includes Friday Banquet Lunch
Registration at the door will be an additional $5.00.
Make checks out to PARC and send to:

Dr. Lloyd Goodwin


Health Sciences Bldg., mail stop 677


Addictions & Rehabilitation Studies

Greenville, NC 27858-4353

252-744-6292 or E-mail: goodwinl@.ecu.edu

Credits: Ten (10) credits (1.5 ethics specific credits; 1.5 clinical supervision specific credits) for LPC, CRC, CSAC, LCAS
Conference Site:

Inn at Pine Knoll Shores, Atlantic Beach, NC

511 Salter Path Road, Atlantic Beach, NC 28512

www.clamdiggerinn.com OR (252) 247-4155
Conference attendees will be granted a discounted rate for hotel accommodations. Room requests must be done via phone to receive this discounted rate.

PARC is a professional association of clinical substance abuse, mental health, and rehabilitation counselors/psychotherapists. Membership is open to professionals in a mental health discipline as well as counselors-in-training. Professional member annual dues are $30. Student annual dues are $15. For membership materials, please go online at www.nationalparc.org or contact Lloyd Goodwin.


East Carolina University

Allied Health –Addictions & Rehabilitation Studies

Greenville, NC 27858-4353





Professional Association


Rehabilitation Counselors
2018 Annual Conference

Current Issues in Addictions & Rehabilitation Counseling
March 16-17th, 2018

The Inn at Pine Knoll Shores

Clam Digger Inn”

Atlantic Beach, NC


Peter Eischens, MS, CRC

Mr. Eischens is a doctoral student at East Carolina University in the Rehabilitation Counseling and Administration program. He earned a MS in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in rehabilitation, at St. Cloud State University, and holds a CRC.
Jarmichael Harris, MS, LCAS

Mr. Harris is the coordinator of ECU’s Collegiate Recovery Community and Alcohol and Drug Staff Counseling for the Center for Counseling and Student Development at ECU. Additionally, Mr. Harris serves as the Mid-Atlantic Regional representative for the Association of Recovery in Higher Education.

Heather Krol, PhD

Dr. Krol is a clinical psychologist currently working at 3rd Wave Therapy in Durham, NC. She received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Krol completed a postdoctoral fellowship specializing in Eating Disorders treatment across the treatment continuum.

Elizabeth ‘Gail’ Marsal, PhD, LCAS

Dr. Marsal is an associate professor and program coordinator for Criminal Justice at North Carolina Wesleyan College. Prior to her career in academia, she worked as a Regional Supervisor for the Drug Alcohol Recovery Treatment Program (DART) with the NC Division of Prisons. She has also worked as a probation parole officer and juvenile detention supervisor. Her research interests include interpersonal relationships, gangs, at risk youth, and chemical dependency.  She is particularly interested in conflict resolution, generational differences, and administration and supervision.

Friday, March 16th

8:00 – 8:45am Conference Registration

8:45 – 9:00am Welcome & Opening Remarks

Kristin Cain, President PARC

9:00 – 10:30am

Boomers, Gen Xers, & Millennials – Recognition, Collaboration, & Supervision (Marsal)

  • Who we are

  • Collaboration vs. Conflict

10:30 – 10:45am Break

10:45 – 12:15pm

  • Supervision (CS) strategies across generations

  • Responding to ethical dilemmas across generations

12:15 – 1:45pm....... Banquet Lunch (provided)

1:45 – 3:15pm

Eating Disorders & their Treatment (Krol)

  • Overview of Eating Disorders, assessment tools, & treatment recommendations

  • Therapeutic alliance and eating disorders

3:15 – 3:30pm Break

3:30 – 5:00pm

  • Client empowerment and clinician discomfort around eating disorders

  • Skills to improve therapeutic alliance
Saturday, March 17th

8:00 – 8:20am Conference Registration

8:20 – 8:30am Announcements

8:30 – 10:00am

History and Significance of Recovery Messaging (Harris)

  • What is Recovery Messaging?

  • Developing a ‘personal recovery story’

10:00 – 10:15am Break

10:15 – 11:45pm

  • Integrating Recovery Messaging in practice

11:50 – 12:50pm

Micro-dosing: Use of Psychedelics in Treatment of Mental Health and Use Disorders (Eischens)

12:50 – 1:00pm…Closing Remarks & Evaluation

Conference Learning Objectives
By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Describe clinical supervision strategies with individuals from different generations

  • Practice ethical decision-making processes based on generational classification

  • Explore strategies for navigating generational differences in workplace

  • Identify key changes for eating disorders in DSM-5

  • Discuss common myths of eating disorders

  • Integrate new skills to enhance therapeutic alliance with clients with eating disorders

  • Understand the history and significance of recovery messaging in addictions and rehabilitation counseling

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the integration of recovery messaging in professional counseling language.

Pregnancy & Recovery Clinic

Silent Auction

The Silent Auction in support of the Pregnancy & Recovery Clinic will be held again this year to raise funds to support services and goods-provision to the perinatal population with a history of addiction.

If you have any silent auction items you would like to donate in support of the Navigate Pregnancy & Recovery Clinic, please contact Dr. Shari Sias (siass@ecu.edu).

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