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PRN 2018 Spring Seminar
April 13, 2019
11:00 am – 12:00 pm AA Meeting
11:00 am—1:00 pm Registration Open
12:00 pm—1:00 pm Lunch Served
*Please note: Lunch will not be available after 1:00 pm.
1:00 pm—4:00 pm PRN Seminar
Location of Seminar/Hotel Reservations:
Sheraton Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center
1101 Woodlawn Ave, Georgetown, TX 78628
PRN participants will be given a discounted rate of $159/night. Secure this rate and room here.
This year’s seminar will be located just outside Austin at the beautiful Sheraton Georgetown, set on the banks of the San Gabriel River. Seminar attendees will receive a discounted rate of $159/night.
Participants $135 ($165 on-site/day of)
Students/Dental Assistants/Guests $75 ($100 on-site/day of)
Refund Policy: Cancellation requests must be received in writing no later than April 3, 2019. A cancellation fee of $25 will be deducted. No refunds will be given for cancellation requests received after April 3, 2019.
Registration is available here.
Your username is the email address PRN has on file. If you have forgotten your password, simply follow the “forgot password” link on the registration page. If you did not receive your username via email or have any difficulty with registration, please contact your case manager or Eden Males at (512) 615-9176 for assistance.
Michelle Zadrozny, LCSW, brings 20+ years of social enterprise, community health, and innovative partnership-building expertise to her social work practice. In 2013, Michelle developed and implemented Aspire, a comprehensive community-based Employee Assistance Program for H.A.N.D., a non-profit home care agency based in Austin TX. The project focused on creating a culture of wellness and serving the challenging needs of the low-income, part time, home care workforce through case management, counseling and training. Aspire won ‘Innovative Program of the Year’ by Leading Age Texas in 2015. Out of that work, Michelle launched the Central Texas Home Care Coalition, where she collaborates with other home care agencies to alleviate the stress on family caregivers through a variety of innovative community based social work services. Michelle has provided numerous trainings and workshops during the course of her EAP and HR consulting career, with a focus on leadership development and self-care.
Michelle will be presenting on the importance of self-care, which is the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own mental, spiritual, and physical health. Self-care is vital for preventing professional burn out, mental health struggles, and/or relapse. Specifically, Michelle will be discussing the importance of implementing proper self-care including: setting healthy interpersonal and professional boundaries, utilizing healthy coping skills, and stress reduction strategies. Michelle will also be providing guidance on how to discuss your mental health or substance use issues with their children and loved ones. *If you are interested in reading more about this topic, you may find “Trauma Stewardship: An Everyday Guide to Caring for Self While Caring for Others” by Laura Van Dernoot Lipsky, to be a helpful resource.