Virtual Conference | May 4th-5th,2023
Shades of Wellness: Celebrating the Basics While Inviting Differences and Innovation to the Field
Dr. Michell Greenidge
Dr. Greenidge is a licensed clinical social worker with over ten years of clinical experience. She holds an advanced practice Doctor of Social Work degree from the University of Southern California. Dr. Greenidge works with many populations including the military, having served for over 20 years. Throughout her career, Michell has worked with people with various concerns, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, relationship issues, career challenges, substance abuse, child and adulthood sexual trauma, PTSD, and a range of personality disorders. Dr. Greenidge specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, prolonged exposure therapy, and mindfulness. Dr. Greenidge is known as an adaptive and interactive speaker for audiences ranging from the military to universities. She is an alumna of the University of Southern California, the University of Tennessee, and Colorado State University-Pueblo.
Day 1 Session 3A: Social Workers at Work in the Military
In this session, explore the role of a social worker in the military and how we contribute to providing treatment to military personnel and their families. An in-depth review of military mental health first aid through the thorough review of services provided as well as ongoing efforts to promote diversity and inclusion in the military. The session will also include educational opportunities for social workers in the military and continuing education for aspiring practitioners looking to serve this population.
ClinicianFest By The Numbers
ClinicianFest is a 503c organization. Proceeds from ClinicianFest are used to fund the co-pays of those in need of mental health services but unable to afford such services in their entirety. We partner with over 216 vendors, agencies, private practitioners, and community support programs to support aid in communities with scarce mental healthcare access and resources. To date, we have assisted over 1100 clients in getting the care and aid they need on their journey.