Events

Samuel Daily, LPC

February 21, 2019: "Surviving Cancer and Its Impact on Mental Health" 1 hour lecture

Presented at the Susan G. Komen Survivorship Series at Hope Cancer Resources in Springdale, Arkansas. The survivorship series is a quarterly workshop that aims to inform Cancer survivors and their families on a range of topics to empower them in their battle against cancer. This presentation consisted of an overview of common mental health challenges faced by people who survived cancer, as well as effective treatments involving yoga, mindfulness, creativity, and sensormotor processing.

February 19, 2019: "Overview to Treating PTSD with Group Therapy" 1 hour lecture

Presented to social work undergraduate students' group therapy course ath the University of Arkansas. This lecture covered the diagnostic criteria for PTSD, common Group therapy structures for PTSD, and demonstrated using family sculpting and psychodrama in a group.

February 8, 2019: "Tripartite Stages and Effective Treatment Modalities for Trauma Recovery" 2 hours

Presented to Masters and Ph.D. students and staff in Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work interning at the University of Arkansas Counseling and Psychological Services. This presentation provided an overview of the three stages of trauma recovery and an introduction to top-down and bottom-up approaches for treating PTSD.

February 1, 2019: "Trauma and its Impact on Mental Health" 2 hours

Presented to Masters and Ph.D. students and staff in Counseling, Psychology, and Social Work at the University of Arkansas Counseling and Psychological Services. This presentation provided an introduction to the physiological effects of adversity and PTSD on the body and brain and the implications for effective treatments.

March 8, 2018: Cyberhygiene

Join Samuel Daily, LPC as he participates in a panel discussion to help Northwest Arkansas residents learn how to best protect their families and themselves when using social media. A separate session will be available teens and tweens.



Our Clinicians in the Media

Dr. Bill Spaine
"The Secret"

Dr. Spaine lends his expertise as a clinical psychologist to a panel discussion of the best-selling book by Rhonda Byrne. Hosted by local NBC affiliate KNWA's Nelie Jones for ten weeks beginning May 11, 2007.



"The Secret Revealed" Workshop Explores Beliefs Behind Best Selling Book, DVD

The Morning News, Saturday, July 14, 2007, by Bettina Lehovec. Dr. Spaine discusses the philosophy behind The Secret and the author's emphasis on money.



"The Psychology of Happiness"

Citiscapes Metro Monthly, April, 2008. Dr. Spaine discusses the elusive nature of happiness and the use of therapy to pursue a happier, more fulfilled life.