Contact Me About Self-Care Workshops or Seminars

Howard Brockman, LCSW, DCEP is available to provide you and your organization with workshops or seminars that will accommodate your budget and your clients’ needs. Self-care is becoming increasingly important for caregivers and helpers in all professions as the pace of life increases. Burnout and vicarious trauma are unfortunately all too common consequences for the caregiver and helper. Physical illnesses, often regarded as stress-related, are becoming all too common. These seminars provide current up-to-date research about the many and various hazards challenging helpers. They also provide powerful and effective tools that participants can use on their own after the seminar.

Helpers and caregivers constitute a wide variety of professions. Some of these include the following:

  1. Social workers
  2. Licensed professional counselors
  3. Registered nurses
  4. Psychologists
  5. Medical doctors
  6. Naturopaths
  7. Chiropractors
  8. Pastors, ministers and rabbis
  9. Paramedics
  10. Hot line phone operators
  11. Hospice personnel
  12. Baby boomers taking care of aging parents
  13. Family members taking care of a loved one with cancer
  14. Family members taking care of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease
  15. And the list goes on…

Howard Brockman has been a presenter at organizations and international conferences since 2000, including the National Association of Social Workers, Oregon Chapter, the Oregon Professional Counseling Association and the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology.

Seminars can be adapted to your time schedule and needs. 2 hour presentations, 4 hour or 6 hour seminars are available for scheduling. Cost to be negotiated. Please contact Howard directly by calling his office at 503-370-4546 or emailing him at