August 30, 2017 *, 60 minutes
8pm Eastern 7pm Central, 6pm Mountain, 5pm Pacific)
*this webinar WILL be recorded, but access will require a separate purchase. Recorded webinars are available here for purchase a week after the live webinar has taken place.
Number of CERPs & CNEs
1.00 L CERP and 1.00 CNE
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Peggy Healy, MSW, LCSW
By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to:
- Identify factors that contribute to the mother-baby breastfeeding crisis.
- Define traits, characteristics, and challenges of those in helping professions.
- Outline three “wellness model” theories
- Discuss benefits of and strategies for improving self-care
Peggy is a former postpartum doula and IBCLC, currently a licensed clinical social worker working as a perinatal social worker at Evanston Women’s Hospital, and as a therapist in private practice. Her work focuses primarily on supporting women and families in the perinatal time. She is also mom to five adult children, and grandmother to two adorable boys.
As someone who is passionate about her care giving roles as mother and helper, and often working with people in crisis, Peggy is a strong advocate for and lifelong seeker of effective strategies for self-care and wellness.