Tuesday, August 9, 2016 | 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Please join us on Tuesday, August 9, 2016, for a 2-hour live educational seminar/webinar led by Sue Blayre-White, MS, NCAC II, MAC, LAT, DOT-SAP. Sue will be introducing the basic principles of evidenced-based treatment programs, what they can do for our community and mental health care systems, and how we can work together as stakeholders to implement them throughout Wyoming.
The live event will be held at 821 W. Pershing Blvd, Cheyenne, WY 82001. Stakeholders and colleagues are invited to attend in-person or via our HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing and telehealth platform.
Participants may register to attend by clicking the appropriate button below or by calling 307-287-1184.
Sue Blayre-White, MS, CADC II, LAT, MAC, NCAC II, DOT-SAP
Sue Blayre-White is sole proprietor of Blayre Agency, LLC. Sue is known for her commitment in assisting individuals and agencies in achieving their full potential by working collaboratively with all involved entities. Her philosophy is strength based, allowing individuals to take personal responsibility and accountability for past and future behaviors, in a skill-building productive manner. Disputes are viewed as opportunities for growth and wellness.
Sue possesses 30 years substance abuse treatment experience; 25 years dual diagnosis treatment experience; 20 years trauma work experience; 25 years correction client work experience (in all disciplines); and 18 years workplace mediator experience . Sue has focused on correction client treatment and/or intervention, related program design and implementation. She holds 20 years’ experience in program evaluation, consultation and technical assistance as pertains to evidence based practices and program approval status. She works within and in collaboration with local, county and state agencies. Sue is a trained trainer, conducting state and national training events on all facets of evidence-based practices, motivational interviewing, domestic violence, and workplace wellness such as secondary trauma/compassion fatigue.
Sue has authored:
‘Conquering the Stages of Change: A Tool Box’ (Motivational techniques for each stage of change)
‘Choosing My Life Legacy’ (Domestic violence treatment Curriculum: Facilitator & Participant manuals)
‘Prideful Parenting’ (Parenting curriculum when domestic violence has occurred)
Please direct business, press, career, or stakeholder inquiries to:
Gary Villeneuve, Business Director