THE PRESENTERS, Matt Dunatchik, LPCC and Libby Steele, LPCC:
Matt Dunatchik is a licensed professional clinical counselor who graduated with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Dayton. He has worked in a college counseling setting as well as with adolescents in an Intensive Outpatient Group Program. He is a graduate of the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio. He enjoys his work with teenagers and adults as well as parents and families. He also enjoys presenting various workshops around Columbus for schools, parents, teachers, clinicians and the community. Currently he works at a small group private practice called Gestalt Columbus.
Libby Steele is a licensed professional clinical counselor who graduated with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from the University of Dayton. She has trained through the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio’s three-year postgraduate program and in the dynamic Oaklander Gestalt Play Therapy model. She has worked in wide array of settings and enjoys working closely with individuals and their families to provide a supportive and engaging environment for real and lasting change. Through her work with Gestalt Columbus she has had the privilege to present on parenting and mental health topics in schools and community settings throughout Ohio.
Friday, January 21, 2022
9AM - 12PM
3 Credits for LPCs, LPCCs, LPCC-S LSWs, LISWs, LISW-S
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