Lunch & Learn: When Experiential Learning Activities Go Wrong: Strategies for Creating Lasting Meaning Regardless

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About the Event

Examine facilitation strategies when working with experiential activities, especially when students or clients struggle to stay on task. Learn the importance of flexibility in treating ALL experiences as an opportunity to learn, as well as ways to deepen meaning through processing in the present moment. Case examples and experiential activities will be provided. 

Meet the Speaker

Taylor Freeman

Taylor Freeman, M.S.,LPC, LMFT, Clinical Coordinator- Huddle Up Program

Taylor Freeman is the Clinical Coordinator of Huddle Up, an experiential, multi-family, group program working with children ages 10-14 and their families. Taylor received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder and a Master of Science in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. Taylor is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, specializing in working with adolescent populations and their families.

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Coming Up

2017-04-21 4:30 PM 2017-04-21 6:00 PM America/Chicago Lunch & Learn: When Experiential Learning Activities Go Wrong: Strategies for Creating Lasting Meaning Regardless Momentous Institute bj@johnsonandsekin.com

106 East 10th Street, Dallas, TX 75203

Event Details

  • Audience: Mental health professionals & educators
  • Attendance Hours Provided: 1.5
  • Event Time:

    11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

  • Individual: $30
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