Friday, October 23, 2020, Noon – 1 p.m., via Zoom
Presented by Ceci Hudson Torn, LPC-I, co-founder and chief operations officer of Ethos Behavioral Health Group
About the Presentation:
The Humanwell Initiative – Building Behavioral Health is the focus of Ceci’s current doctoral studies at The University of Southern California. Systematically looking at how research, best practices, trends, and innovations are setting the current environmental context in the space of adult and adolescent behavioral health is at the core of her work. The term “behavioral health” can be defined as the promotion of mental health, resilience and wellbeing. This talk focuses on the use of agency, empowerment and awareness to promote mental health by building resilience and wellbeing.
Hear more from Ceci at this complimentary talk, which will offer clinicians the option of earning 1 Continuing Education credit upon successful completion of a course evaluation at the conclusion of the presentation.
About the Presenter:
An exemplary, long-spanning career in mental health and finance has put person-centered-care at the heart of Ceci’s work. She has gathered a wealth of experience at one of the nation’s largest residential summer camps, which provides her with a unique lens to approach treatment in a residential setting. Ceci received her master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health from Wake Forest University and is currently pursuing a doctorate in social work from The University of Southern California. Since co-founding Ethos Behavioral Health Group in 2018, Ceci now spends her time providing clinical services and business leadership across all Ethos healing centers as a Licensed Mental Health Professional and Ethos’ Chief Operations Officer. She and her husband Chris are continuing to serve children and families with the launch of Camp OTX in the Texas Hill Country, all while raising 5 children of their own.