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EDUCATION SCHOOL OF CONTINUING ED U C ATI O N
Professional Development in
Human Services C O N V E N I E N T LY L O C AT E D U P S TA I R S
Health Services Mediation Multicultural Practice Social Work Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Trauma Counseling Youth Work
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School of Continuing Education (SCE) is the largest provider of noncredit continuing education in Southeastern Wisconsin,
SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY........................................................................... 6-8 TRAUMA COUNSELING..................................................................................................... 8 YOUTH WORK.................................................................................................................. 9 SCE ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS....................................................................................... 10 GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................... 11
with nearly 13,000 participants, 1,000 programs and 600 practitioner instructors. Our state-of-the-art classrooms and conference services are located in downtown Milwaukee – the heart of the city’s business and commercial district. SCE is one of 14 schools and colleges at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
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THE VALUE OF PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES Professional certificates are an affordable and convenient way to increase your value in the workplace. Over the past several decades, certificates have been the fastest-growing postsecondary credential awarded. Frequently attained as a supplement or a stepping stone to a degree, certificates are earned through noncredit, hands-on professional development in a specific career discipline. Courses are taught by industry experts, and the skills acquired are relevant and immediately applicable on the job.
WHO SHOULD PURSUE A PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATE? • Working Professionals – update current skills, gain new ones, advance your career and increase your earning potential • Recent College Grads – bridge the gap between your education and new job requirements • Career Changers – jumpstart your employment in a new field, quickly and economically
WHY CHOOSE SCE? A professional certificate from the School of Continuing Education comes with the distinction and quality that the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has to offer. UWM is Wisconsin’s premier public, urban university with a strong international reputation for excellence in education.
• Local industry experts with real-world knowledge and advice • Opportunity to network with like-minded professionals • Convenient downtown location • Amenities, including course materials, meals and discounted parking
HUMAN SERVICES CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS AT SCE With a multitude of human services courses to choose from, you have the power to shape your future with pertinent training. We offer certificate programs in two of our human services fields that map out a track for you.
Family Mediation Certificate Certificate in Trauma Counseling
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HEALTH SERVICES sce-HumanServices.uwm.edu Mary Pick 414-227-3353
Pro-active Conversations with Aging Clients and Families Learn how to delicately broach the difficult conversations involving the aging process and the important medical and legal documents to have in place. Difficult conversations include safety at home, driving, need for additional supports at home, moving to a retirement community and end-of-life decisions. Discuss descriptions of various community resources and levels of care, with case studies included throughout. Tue., Oct. 8, 8:30am-12:30pm Instructor: Annalee Kruger Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-6151
Spanish for Healthcare Professionals Practice basic Spanish in order to better serve your Limited English Proficiency patients. With the ability to greet patients and exchange information using key vocabulary in Spanish, you’ll improve your efficiency and the quality of care you can provide. Fri.-Sat., Oct. 18-19, 8am-4:30pm Instructor: Joel Espinoza Fee: $345 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7740-6152
Health Services Combo Pack Register for four courses at once and save! Visit sce-HumanServices.uwm.edu for details.
1. D ementia or Delirium? Treatable vs. Non-treatable Conditions 2. Grief and Loss 3. P ro-active Conversations with Aging Clients and Families 4. Taking Care of You
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Employers! How Well Do You Know Your Employees? Are your employees as engaged and productive as they could be? Consider the impact that distractions with personal issues such as being a family caregiver, single parent or partner in an abusive relationship can have on employee productivity, quality of customer service and morale. Discover how simple, frequent and genuine communication can increase employee satisfaction, build trust in your leadership and organization, and improve profitability. Tue., Oct. 22, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructor: Annalee Kruger Fee: $189 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-6160
Practical Strategies for Conflict Resolution in Health Care Settings Leaders and managers have a responsibility to handle any disputes that arise. Discuss the conflict cycle and the importance of emotions in a rational process. Learn how to intervene early without mirco-managing. Explore a range of interventions, problem solving strategies and the science behind decision making. Tue., Oct. 29, 8am-4:30pm Instructor: Sue Bronson, MS Fee: $255 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-6186
Dementia or Delirium? Treatable vs. Non-treatable Conditions Discover the differences between dementia and delirium, while learning about many dementing illnesses and the things to expect throughout disease progression. Be prepared to help families navigate through the dementing illness process and to facilitate imperative conversations in a timely manner.
Taking Care of You Family caregivers are often the “invisible patient” with significant unmet needs. Learn the signs and symptoms of compassion fatigue and how to best intervene. Help them help themselves to a healthy lifestyle, which involves a balance of their social, emotional, physical, financial and work-life well-being. Tue., Dec. 10, 8:30am-12:30pm Instructor: Annalee Kruger Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-6158
Grief and Loss throughout the Aging Process Socially, emotionally and physically, grief and loss can be debilitating to your clients if not addressed. Learn about common perceptions of grief and loss, how your perceptions may impact your client, and how your client’s own perceptions may be self-limiting. Tue., Jan. 7, 2014, 8:30am-12:30pm Instructor: Annalee Kruger Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-6157
Habits of Successful Organizations Programs for change are often ineffective at the organizational level. This is because not enough attention is given to the habits that form an organization. Develop an understanding of how employees react to change, how habits turn into routines, and how to transform your organization successfully. Thu., Apr. 24, 2014, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructor: Barbara Bartlein, RN, LCSW Fee: $345 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7710-5918
Tue., Nov. 5, 8:30am-12:30pm Instructor: Annalee Kruger Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-6159
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sce-mediation.uwm.edu Mary Pick 414-227-3353
The certificate meets the criteria for Wisconsin Act 355 mediating parenting plans, Wisconsin Association of Mediators Model Standards for Training and received the approval of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Earn the certificate by completing the full 40-hour, five-day course. Sept. 11-13 and Oct. 1-2, 8:30am-5:30pm Instructor: Sue Bronson, MS Fee: $1395 CEUs: 4.0/CEHs: 40/CLEs: 35 Program No. 7740-1083 OR
Mar. 26-28 and Apr. 15-16, 2014, 8:30am-5:30pm Program No. 7740-6117
MULTICULTURAL PRACTICE AND OVERVIEW sce-HumanServices.uwm.edu Mary Pick 414-227-3353
Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices: Working with African Americans Increase your awareness of mental health information as it pertains to African Americans in the United States. Address areas related to demographics, historical factors and sociopolitical issues for African Americans with particular attention to influential contemporary issues and practice considerations.
: Course Accessible: Oct. 7-31 Instructor: India Gray Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-5877 OR
: Course Accessible: May 4-31, 2014 Program No. 7740-5876
: Course Accessible: Jan. 2-31, 2014 Instructor: Ava Yang, PhD Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-5927
Counseling Contemporary Multiple Heritage Couples, Individuals and Families
Develop the necessary background for conflict resolution services in all aspects of family concerns, from divorce, custody disputes, and separation of never-married or same-gender couples, to intact marriages, family businesses and estates. This program is distinguished by its focus on strengthening family functioning in the context of adversity. Visit sce-mediation.uwm.edu for full certificate details.
Tue.-Wed., Oct. 22-23, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructor: Sue Bronson, MS Fee: $545 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7740-1084
Explore the history of Hmong people, and learn about their immigration, acculturation, identity, kinship and family structure. Begin understanding Hmong gender roles, religion and spirituality, beliefs about health and wellness education, counseling considerations, and other psychosociocultural influences.
Family Mediation Certificate
Learn to manage family dynamics, identify needs and protect elderly from the risk of abuse. Help elders and their families make decisions and resolve disputes such as acute and long-term care issues, family issues, adult guardianship, end-of-life decisions and estate matters.
Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices: Working with Hmong Americans
Elder Care Conflicts: Resolution Skills
The multiple heritage population is one of the fastest growing segments in the U.S., so it is important that counselors develop a greater knowledge and understanding of the issues, concerns and challenges this population faces. Examine the lives of contemporary multiple heritage couples, individuals and families, including trans-racial adoptive families.
: Course Accessible: Feb. 2-Mar. 9, 2014 Instructors: Kelley Kenney, PhD, Mark Kenney Fee: $169 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7740-5926
Multicultural Knowledge of Mental Health Practices: Working with LGBTQ Develop an understanding of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) population in the United States, including demographic characteristics and sociopolitical history, in order to discern influences on mental health. Discuss specific topics such as LGBTQ identity, intersection of multiple identities and social class.
: Course Accessible: Mar. 2-31, 2014 Instructor: Arpita Ghosh Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-5952
Interviewing Children: How to Use Art and Play as Tools
SOCIAL WORK sce-HumanServices.uwm.edu Mary Pick 414-227-3353
Stages of Change in Substance Abuse Treatment: DSM-V Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Explore the DSM-V criteria for substance use disorders. Learn how to integrate the Stages of Change Model into arriving at diagnoses and developing client-centered treatment plans as well as stage-specific intervention strategies. Fri., Jan. 10, 2014, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructor: Cheryl Rugg Fee: $229 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7740-6349
Social Work Ethics and Boundaries
Fulfill the state requirement for ethics and boundaries training with this instructorled, interactive course. Participate in case discussions and explore examples that were referred to the state in order to prepare yourself for a variety of potential situations and successfully guide your practice through them.
Understand the importance of and rationale behind using art and play during sessions with children and families. A variety of play-based techniques and effective interview questions will be explained and demonstrated during small group discussions. Sat. May 10, 2014, 8:30am-12:30pm Instructor: Linda Britz Fee: $99 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-6054 OR
Fri. May 16, 2014, 8:30am-12:30pm Program No. 7740-6056
Couples Counselor Training : Based on the best-selling book Why Did I Marry You Anyway?, this course covers the top three myths that sabotage relationships, building blocks that all couples must master and strategies for constructive arguments between couples. Download a FREE coupleâ€™s workbook and take advantage of quizzes and assignments to use in your couples counseling.
: Course Accessible: Aug. 4-31, 2014 Instructor: Barbara Bartlein, RN, LCSW Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-5875
: Course Accessible: Mar. 3-31, 2014 Instructor: Barbara Bartlein, RN, LCSW Fee: $79 CEUs: 0.4/CEHs: 4.0 Program No. 7740-5873 OR
: Course Accessible: July 1-31, 2014 Program No. 7740-5872 OR
: Course Accessible: Aug. 4-31, 2014 Program No. 7740-5871
SOLUTION-FOCUSED BRIEF THERAPY (SFBT) sce-SFBT.uwm.edu Mary Pick 414-227-3353
Beyond Basics: Learning Solution-Focused Brief Therapy through Case Dialogues and Peer Consultation : Rehearse and discuss with other professionals the application of SFBT to your own cases and practice. Serve as a consultant in an online group of your peers as you sharpen your own skills in SFBT practices to initiate and sustain solution-building conversations with cases, colleagues and beyond.
: Course Accessible: Oct. 21, 2013Feb. 3, 2014 Instructor: Thorana Nelson, PhD Fee: $1295 CEUs: 5.0/CEHs: 50 Program No. 7770-6032
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Overview : SFBT examines the philosophical foundation of social constructivism, successful termination criteria in goal negotiations and a token approach to interviewing for solutions. Join a community made up of therapists from all over the world, for the opportunity to learn, discuss and practice the current theories and strategies of SFBT.
: Course Accessible: Nov. 3. 2013-
Feb. 23, 2014 Instructor: Teri Pichot, LCSW, MAC, LAC Fee: $1295 CEUs: 5.0/CEHs: 50 Program No. 7770-6107
SAVE THE DATE: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Families of Color Nov. 8
Wisconsin Clinicians of Color (WCOC) presents a one-day conference in partnership with the UWM School of Continuing Education and the UWM Helen Bader School of Social Welfare. WCOC is a membership organization of credentialed and/or certified mental health professionals working to improve the mental health needs of people of color in Wisconsin. Visit the Social Work section of sce-HumanServices.uwm.edu for more details as they are announced!
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Full Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Intensive Training Program Spend eight consecutive face-to-face days of training, taking in lectures on the SFBT model, doing exercises targeting specific solutionfocused techniques, studying videotaped sessions, watching live interviews with clients and other work on specific example cases. Course may be applied toward the requirements for the International Solution-Focused Practitioner Certificate program in SolutionFocused Brief Therapy. This certificate is offered by the Institute for Solution-Focused Therapy, and Denver Solutions in association with the International Alliance of SolutionFocused Teaching Institutes (IASTI).
The eight consecutive days (made up of five separate courses) of SFBT Intensive Program training can be taken altogether or individually.
Solution-Focused Coaching and Mentoring Techniques
As a time-challenged therapist, social worker, psychiatric nurse or other healthcare professional, this two-day intensive training provides you with an overview of core solutionfocused techniques, incorporating video, live demonstration and practice exercises. Build or refresh SFBT skills to utilize in reciprocally recognized work.
Tackle professional and self-development issues as you build solution-focused techniques to enhance your everyday levels of work and personal satisfaction, increase employability, address difficult career or life decisions, and develop graceful, yet effective ways to handle issues with co-workers, bosses or supervisees.
Course is required for the Solution-Focused Practitioner Certificate, and includes recent updates in the solution-focused approach. Wed.-Thu., Mar. 26-27, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $330 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7770-2000
Staying Solution-Focused with Multi-Problem, Mandated and “Challenging” Clients
Fri., Mar. 28 and Mon., Mar. 31, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $330 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7770-1996
Tue., Apr. 1, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $165 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7770-1997
Treating Addictions and Unwanted Habits: An Evidence Based Solution-Focused Approach Help clients restore their ability to “choose to do something different” than an unwanted behavior, such as drugs and alcohol, internet addiction, sex addiction, shopping addiction, problems with weight control, etc. Detailed handouts and lively skill building practice exercises guide you through practical evidence based solution-focused techniques. Wed.-Thu., Apr. 2-3, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $330 CEUs: 1.4/CEHs: 14 Program No. 7770-1998
Learn to work effectively with multi-problem, court mandated and seemingly unmotivated clients. Avoid burn-out and exhaustion, and prevent future panic with solution-focused techniques, lively skill-building exercises and detailed handouts. Take the opportunity to discuss your own “challenging” cases if you wish. Prerequisites: Evidence Based SolutionFocused Interviewing Skills I or equivalent.
Prerequisites: Evidence Based Solution-Focused Interviewing Skills I or equivalent.
Wed.-Fri., Mar. 26-28 and Mon.-Fri., Mar. 31-Apr. 4, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $1200 CEUs: 5.6/CEHs: 56 Program No. 7770-1995
Evidence Based Solution-Focused Interviewing Skills
Solution-Focused Teaching Skills for Supervisors and Trainers Enhance solution-focused training skills by addressing your unique needs as a supervisor or trainer. Learn to effectively communicate in a variety of professional settings and treatment contexts with mental health and social work staff, medical interns, physicians, other health care providers, foster parents and outreach. Prerequisites: Evidence Based SolutionFocused Interviewing Skills I; Staying SolutionFocused with Multi-Problem, Mandated, and “Challenging” Clients; or equivalent. Fri., Apr. 4, 2014, 8:30am-5pm Instructors: Terry Trepper, PhD, Yvonne Dolan Fee: $165 CEUs: 0.7/CEHs: 7.0 Program No. 7770-1999
All SFBT programs may be applied toward the 50-hour training requirement for the International Solution-Focused Practitioner Certificate program in Solution-Focused Brief Therapy. For details regarding the IASTI, please visit sce-SFBT.uwm.edu.
TRAUMA COUNSELING sce-counseling.uwm.edu Pa Vang 414-227-3277
Certificate in Trauma Counseling Extend you capacity to work with trauma survivors of abuse, violence, war, accident, crime and disaster. This multidisciplinary training program is open to clinicians and practitioners in medical, mental and behavioral health services as well as social service, pastoral and bereavement counselors who work with survivors of substance use, eating disorders, physical illness, criminal justice, rehabilitation and recovery. Visit sce-counseling.uwm.edu for full certificate and course details. Earn an SCE Certificate in Trauma Counseling by completing Trauma Counseling I and II. Upon successful completion, you’ll be eligible to apply for certification as a Trauma Services Specialist or Trauma Specialist with the Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists.
Trauma Counseling I Understand psychological, behavioral, somatic and cognitive sequelae in children, adults and communities who have experienced traumatic events. Get an overview of trauma, identifying traumatic populations and issues involving traumatic injury and resolution. Understand the neurobiology of trauma and trauma’s affect on brain development, the body, traumatic memory and learning. Note: To enroll for graduate credit (Nursing or Occupational Therapy) contact: Pa Vang at 414-227-3277 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Off campus graduate resident tuition is approximately $1869.
: Course Accessible: Sept. 2-Dec. 12 Instructor: Leah Arndt Fee: $1375 CEUs: 4.2/CEHs: 42 Program No. 7420-Z170
Trauma Counseling II
Receive an overview of diagnosis and assessment instruments as well as therapeutic techniques used to address trauma issues in counseling acute and chronic traumatized clients. Address methods for intervening pre-, trans- and post-trauma. Prerequisites: Trauma Counseling II may be taken before Trauma Counseling I if you are either well read in at least one population of trauma survivor (e.g. domestic or child abuse) or are an experienced practitioner with a trauma population such as combat veterans, sexual assault and domestic violence survivors, or abused children. Note: To enroll for graduate credit (Nursing or Occupational Therapy) contact: Pa Vang at 414-227-3277 or email@example.com. Off campus graduate resident tuition is approximately $1869.
SAVE THE DATE: The “Building Bridges and Connecting Lives” conference on May 21-23, 2014 is for military personnel, veterans and clinicians. Visit sce-counseling.uwm.edu for more details.
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6 Sat., meets 9/7, 9/21, 10/5, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 9am-4:30pm Instructor: TBD Fee: $1375 CEUs: 4.2/CEHs: 42 Program No. 7420-1401
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YOUTH WORK sce-YouthWork.uwm.edu Gevon Daynuah 414-227-3351
12 Wed., Sept. 18-Dec. 11, 9am-12:30pm (No class Nov. 27) Instructor: Gevon Daynuah Fee: $180 CEUs: 4.0/CEHs: 40 Program No. 7615-0918 OR
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Guiding Childrenâ€™s Behaviors in Afterschool/School-Age Programs Training Learn guidance and behavior management from a positive, assets-based perspective. Understand how to work with youth so that they are engaged in trying new things, learning to be aware of their feelings, taking responsibility for their actions, and interacting with peers in positive ways. 2 Sat. Aug. 31-Sept. 7, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructors: Dea Wright, Quinn Wilder Fee: $45 CEUs: 1.5/CEHs: 15 Program No. 7610-6094
Working with Transgender Youth
Youth Work in Out-of-Home Care (formerly Youth Development Certificate Program)
2 Sat. Sept. 28-Oct 5, 8:30am-4:30pm Instructors: Quinn Wilder, Dea Wright Fee: $45 CEUs: 1.5/CEHs: 15 Program No. 7610-6093
Working with Youth of Color : Discover culturally competent techniques for working with youth of color by learning to use knowledge of culture and ethnicity in relational practice with youth. Engage in an interactive exploration of cultural diversity, and critically evaluate your role in managing a youth program that appropriately considers ethnic identities and human diversity.
: Course Accessible: Sept. 30-Nov. 23 Instructor: Gevon Daynuah Fee: $175 CEUs: 2.4/CEHs: 24 Program No. 7610-6161
Burnout Prevention for Youth Workers Explore how the physical, emotional and behavioral demands of youth work can create high levels of stress for youth workers. Learn how to identify factors associated with burnout and strategies for coping. Develop reflective techniques and interpersonal skills for balancing your own needs and expectations with those of the youth you serve.
: Course Accessible: Oct. 7-Dec. 13 Instructor: Quinn Wilder Fee: $225 CEUs: 4.0/CEHs: 40 Program No. 7610-6215
Introduction to the Youth Work Profession : What is youth work, where did it come from, and what are the ideas, institutions, academic, and practice traditions that influence the profession today? As an early-career youth worker, learn to access opportunities to be more effective with youth and build a career pathway that will make a meaningful impact in the fields of youth work and youth development.
: Course Accessible: Oct. 14-Nov. 8 Instructor: Quinn Wilder Fee: $95 CEUs: 1.2/CEHS: 12 Program No. 7615-6216
Risk and Resiliency Factors in Youth Learn how youth work and youth programs address issues of risk and promote resiliency. Discover how individual characteristics such as temperament, personality, social and emotional skills, family, poverty, and ethnicity affect a youthâ€™s help-seeking behaviors and ability to build and call upon support from family, youth workers, teachers and other caring adults.
Explore skills, approaches and relationships for working effectively with youth in residential care settings. With an emphasis on working with at-risk youth from an interactive, developmental and case management perspective, the curriculum covers fundamental concepts and competencies. Learn to apply them to your work with youth who face special risks and challenges.
Learn resources for building fun, innovative and academically enriching activities in afterschool settings. Review how to intentionally design an activity so that it extends student knowledge and supports program goals for school-age children. As an afterschool youth worker, course content will assist you in developing thoughtful, engaging and exciting programs.
For those new to the field and those who have always wanted a sound overview of afterschool and youth development, this course focuses on broadly defined developmental, quality and regulatory frameworks for afterschool programs. Explore the philosophies and goals for high-quality programs based on the principles of child growth and development.
4 Mon., Sept. 9-30, 6-9pm Instructor: Maureen White, PhD Fee: $95 CEUs: 1.2/CEHs: 12 Program No. 7615-0909
Afterschool/School-Age Curricular Framework Training
Noncredit: Foundations in Afterschool and Youth Development :
Explore terms, definitions and personal identity characteristics of transgender youth. Dig into the challenges transgender youth face and factors that lead to their need for out-ofhome care. Learn about their unique adverse conditions and approaches youth workers can take to promote healthy development and resiliency.
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4 Sat., Oct. 5-26, 10am-1pm Instructor: Maureen White, PhD Fee: $95 CEUs: 1.2/CEHS: 12 Program No. 7615-1005
4 Mon., Nov. 4-25, 6-9pm Instructor: Maureen White, PhD Fee: $95 CEUs: 1.2/CEHS: 12 Program No. 7615-1104
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