Highlights of this year's conference include topics:
Working Across Generations
Eating Disorders and their Treatment
Micro dosing of Psychedelics
1.5-hours Ethics specific credits
1.5-hours Supervision specific credits
Up to 10 credits for NCSAPPB & CRCC Credit
Banquet Luncheon Provided
Silent Auction to support the Navigate Pregnancy & Recovery Clinic
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.
Heather Krol, PhD
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.
Elizabeth ‘Gail’ Marsal, PhD, LCAS
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.
Peter Eischens, MS, CRC
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.