Taming Workaholism from An Attachment Perspective

The Southeastern Counselor Training Institute is excited to host Dr. Mary Gay in this synchronous, virtual, 3- hour CE event! (Core hours for LPC, Check back for other approvals). 

SCTI is proud to announce that we are now a certified Georgia Addiction Counselors Association Education Provider. GACA provider #21-135-02

Dying on the Hamster Wheel: Taming Workaholism from An Attachment Perspective
Saturday, November 13th, 9am-12pm

3 CE Core Hours for LPC’s (check back for other approvals)
Presenter: Mary Gay PhD, LPC, CPCS

Fee: $50 (Argosy Discount), $60 (Early Bird Discount Before 11/10), $70 Starting 11/10


At the conclusion of this training, participants will:

1) Learn to identify the patterns of compulsive work

2) Apply the addiction model to understanding “workaholism”

3) Explore the link between workaholism and the neurobiology of attachment

4) Identify specific interventions to treat workaholism from an attachment perspective

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Dr. Mary Gray

Mary Gay, PhD, LPC, CPCS

Mary is a Licensed Professional Counselor of GA and has been in clinical practice since 1995. She co-founded the Atlanta North Center for Change in Roswell, GA in 2000 and has held the Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor credential since 2016. Her specialty areas include working with children and adults who have experienced developmental trauma and attachment difficulties, depression and anxiety, personality disorders, and addiction. She is also the Evening IOP coordinator for The Summit Wellness Group

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