Vince Winn MA, LPC, CRAADC, LNHA
Vince is currently the Vice President of Integrated Health Services for Preferred Family Healthcare in Kirksville, MO. He supports integrated mental health and substance abuse services in the northern part of the state.
Vince is currently the Vice President of Integrated Health Services for Preferred Family Healthcare in Kirksville, MO. He is a LPC, a CRAADC, and a LNHA. He supports integrated mental health and substance abuse services in the northern part of the state. He also functions as the Administrator for a 52-bed Residential Care Facility licensed with DHSS. Vince graduated from Evangel University, Springfield, MO in 1985 with a BA in Biblical Studies and a minor in Psychology. He holds two Master’s degrees, graduating from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, TX with a MA in Marriage and Family Counseling in 1989 and also a MA in Religious Education in 1989. He has been working in the counseling field since 1988, working in multiple settings including inpatient, day treatment, outpatient, and community mental health. Vince has owned outpatient practices in Texas and Missouri and currently owns other business interests. Vince also has ten years of experience as a school Principal.
Topic: Dignity/Conflicts/Client Care/Workplace Issues
Title: It All Begins With Dignity
Synopsis: What is the motivating force behind all human interaction – in families, in communities, in the business world, in treatment, and in relationships from the personal level to the international level? DIGNITY. It is the desire to be treated well. It is an unspoken human yearning that is at the heart of all conflicts, yet no one is paying attention to it. When dignity is violated the response is likely aggression, even violence, hatred, and vengeance; the human connection is the first thing to go. During the presentation we will discuss circumstances that give rise to dignity violations. We will continue by exploring ten elements of dignity that, when honored, cause people to feel their dignity has been recognized and that they have been treated well. Relationships flourish under these conditions.