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November 28th Newsletter

Integrated Therapy Services

Sarah Weiler

Monday was the first of two tremendous days spent at Integrated Therapy Services (ITS) with Sarah Weiler. ITS offers a variety of therapy services using the DIR approach. They focus on looking at the whole child, working with families to use a holistic approach. We had great discussions about handling difficult conversations through sharing a clear vision and stating negotiable and non-negotiable items up front. Our comfort level with failure was also a topic of discussion as we reflected back on our month of speakers and how they overcome failure in their endeavors.


Teambuilding/Telecommunication/Chamber of Commerce

Another fact packed day at ITS with Sarah Weiler as we started the day off building an obstacle course, working on team building and opening the conversation of how relationships drive what you do and the rate of success you accomplish. Telepractice was also a big topic for the day as we learned how doctors and clinicians are using technology to connect with their patients from far distances. This followed with conversations about WebEx, HIPPA, and cloud based systems. We ended our time together discussing the Chamber of Commerce which Sarah is the chair of. Starting in December two representatives from our class will attend Chamber meetings as a liaison for our group.


Just a reminder...Save the date for the 2015 Jasper CEO class business. It will take place on February 19th at Quail Hollow here in Jasper County. Stay tuned for more details! 

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