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Living Connections
The Excel Center, in conjunction with Advocates for Children of Trauma, hosts Living Connections, a Support Group for parents and guardians of children with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Living Connections Support Group is held at The Excel Center of Fort Worth on the first Monday of every month from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. For directions, please visit The Excel Center of Fort Worth site.

Living Connections is dedicated to parent support and education combined with strategies focused on finding and understanding resources, preliminary needs for efficient records organization and individual solutions. Free onsite childcare provided during support group meetings. Light meal provided. For more information, contact Mike (817) 219-5459 or Conchita (817) 335-6429.  To view the Living Connections brochure, click here.

 

4th Monday CEUs
This free programming includes clinical cases and/or topics presented by local behavioral health professionals. The purpose of 4th Monday CEUs is to promote collaboration in the community to maximize longer term benefits for patients and families in Tarrant County. All licensed counselors and therapists receive 2 CEUs, a little networking and a light lunch at no charge! To register, please call (817) 509-4694.

 

Granbury CEUs
Granbury CEUs include clinical cases and/or topics presented by local health care professionals. The purpose of Granbury CEUs is to promote collaboration in the community to maximize longer term benefits for patients and families in Tarrant County. All licensed counselors and therapists receive 2 CEUs, a little networking and a light lunch at no charge! To register, please call (817) 509-4694.



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