LearningQUEST Offers Series of FREE Webinars During October

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September 23, 2020
During the month of October, LearningQUEST will offer a series of webinars to assist individuals and family who are currently “sheltering in place.” The series will focus on mental health issues, eating and wellbeing, and safety to children. Each presentation will last from 45 to 50 minutes with time for questions at the end.

Tuesday, Oct. 13, 7:30 p.m.
“Mental Wellness”
Presenter: Dr. David Barnhardt
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Dr. David Barnhart is a licensed counselor and Board Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor. He completed his doctorate at Peabody College of Vanderbilt University. He is a former Chair of the Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling. He has been in the private practice of counseling since 1978. Behavioral Sciences provides a full range of clinical treatment for mental health including anxiety, depression, family and couple counseling, stress management, ADHD treatment for children and adults, and psychoeducational assessment. Dr. Barnhart has extensive experience in clinical assessment. Since 2002 he has served as a Ministerial Assessment Specialist for the North Alabama United Methodist Church having evaluated over 470 candidates for pastoral ministry.


Tuesday, Oct. 20,  7:30 p.m.
“Eating for Energy, Health & Happiness”
Presenter: Pam Frazier
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Pam Frazier is the author of a soon to be published wellness book. She has served medical patients for 19 years and celebrates her 13th year as a therapeutic fitness instructor. She is a practicing integrative Nutrition Health Coach, therapeutic fitness instructor, and speaker with a focus on disease prevention and reversal. Pam’s professional experiences, years of patient advocacy, and deep compassion empowers her purpose to inspire, educate, and guide all to a better life of joyful health and happiness.



Tuesday, Oct. 20,  7:30 p.m.
“Keeping Kids Safe”
Presenter: Pam Clasgens
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Pam Clasgens is the Community Awareness & Prevention Director for the National Children’s Advocacy Center. She has a BA in Communicative Disorders from the University of Mississippi and an MA in Audiology/Audiologist from the University of Memphis. In addition to her work with NCAC, she is on the Advisory Board of Calhoun Community College.




For more information:
LearningQUEST
https://lquest.org/new-public-programs/