When the Autopilot is Broken:
An innovative approach to understanding executive dysfunction, neurodivergence, and mental health
Renowned speaker, author, and licensed professional counselor KC Davis is partnering with Hamm Clinic to present her innovative philosophy around care tasks and mental health.
There are lots of reasons why care tasks may be difficult for a person: mental health struggles, chronic pain and illness, neurodivergence, trauma, seasons of life such as grief, postpartum, or small children, caretaking responsibilities, or lack of childhood modeling. Perhaps most paralyzing is the shame felt when one is unable to complete care tasks. Internalized messages of laziness and failure compound the feelings of overwhelm and make care tasks seem even more insurmountable.
KC’s approach reminds us that shame is the enemy of functioning. As shame and isolation increase, mental health plummets. Self-loathing sets in and motivation vanishes. The possibility of self-actualization, loving and connective relationships, and full life satisfaction… begins to feel miles away. This lively, interactive training will help you to better serve your clients of all kinds through transforming how you think about the most basic things we do each day.
This is a full-day training aimed at mental health professionals. It will take place on Friday December 15, 2023 from 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM CST via Zoom.
About the Presenter
KC Davis is a licensed professional counselor, author, speaker, and the person behind the mental health platform Struggle Care. KC’s compassionate and practical approach to self and home care for those dealing with mental health, physical illness, and hard seasons of life has drawn over a million followers on social media in less than a year. Her book, “How to Keep House While Drowning” has sold over 70,000 copies and is currently an Amazon bestseller.
KC Davis began her therapy journey at 16 when she entered treatment for drug addiction and mental health issues. After getting sober she became a speaker and advocate for mental health and recovery. Professionally, KC has worked most of her career in the field of addiction in roles such a therapist, consultant, and executive director. She lives in Houston with her husband and two daughters.
Hamm Clinic has been approved by the MN Board of Social Work to provide 6 CE credits for this activity. We have submitted requests for CE approval to the MN Board of Psychology and the MN Board of Behavioral Health. Updates on CE status will be posted here and on Eventbrite.
To ensure broader access for valued members of our professional community, a limited number of discounted tickets ($55 plus fees) are available for Minnesota-based students and retired professionals.
Hamm Clinic is committed to addressing the shortage of BIPOC mental health providers in Minnesota using a variety of approaches. A limited number of free tickets will be made available for Minnesota-based mental health professionals who identify as BIPOC. Please note that “mental health professionals” includes psychotherapists, case managers, social workers, and direct care professionals in all mental health allied fields. Please email email@example.com for more information.