Ready for a fun Closing General Session?

Are you ready for some stories and some fun at the Closing General Session of the 2022 CACTE CareerTech Summit?  Neesha Lenzini, the keynote speaker and a CACTE member,  will give a brief history of the work of an overachiever, perfectionist and workaholic – can you relate?   The title of her presentation? “Please Don’t Call Me Superwoman – I am Currently in Recovery!” She will share the judgements and misconceptions directed at her as a single mom of five working in the counseling, education, and correctional world.  Come prepared to laugh, identify your own stressors and discover real-life personal ways to reduce your stress and take a little bit better care of yourself. No-pressure mental health and self-care focus provided!

Neesha Lenzini is a practicing Licensed Professional Counselor, a CTE Instructor for Future Forward at Bollman (Adams 12) as well as a Psychology Adjunct Professor at Front Range Community College.  Ms. Lenzini holds a Master of Science in Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling degree from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of New Mexico with a Psychology major and Sociology minor.  She has worked in the human services field, including probation, for over 25 years. Ms. Lenzini specializes in the fields of child abuse, dual diagnosis adults, domestic violence, and education.  She is in the second year of creating and instructing the “Introduction to Behavioral and Mental Health” Program at Future Forward at Bollman, where Neesha has appeared with students and as a professional for the Colorado Youth Career Fair.  She was the first certified Motivational Interviewing Trainer with EPIC and is a National Trainer for Thinking for a Change including Negative Nancy in NIC videos as well as State Trainer in Standardized Offender Assessments Revised. In addition to her professional life, Neesha is a single mom of five amazing children, and Safe Sport Director for a local youth hockey organization. 

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