PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPSCare Plus offers "Innovations Workshops" on topics such as Social Media, Self Esteem, Eating Disorders, The Effects of Trauma, DSM-V Classification, Play Therapy and HIPPA/Confidentiality that will help you learn, grow, and build on your mental health professional foundation. They provide the highest quality, most current continuing education courses developed by mental health professionals who are experts in their respective fields. These continuing education courses are also a perfect opportunity to satisfy your requirements for licensing renewal. If you are paying by purchase order, please contact Caitlyn Yerves at 201-265-8200, ext. 5206 or CaitlynY@CarePlusNJ.org. Click below for the complete listing of groups, the cost, and their meeting dates.http://www.careplusnj.org/cpi-workshops/?utm_source=CPI+Workshop+Announcement+2016-17&utm_campaign=ConContact+Workshop+discount+072314&utm_medium=email
TRAUMATIC LOSS COALITIONThe Traumatic Loss Coalition for Youth Program (TLC) at RBHS-University Behavioral HealthCare is New Jersey's primary youth suicide prevention program and is funded by the Department of Children and Families, Division of Child Behavioral Health Services. The dual mission of the TLC is excellence in suicide prevention and trauma response assistance to schools following unfortunate losses due to suicide, homicide, accident and illness.
The TLC has operated as a county-based collaborative for 12 years with a TLC Coordinator in each county. These county Coordinators provide meetings throughout the year bringing together school personnel, mental health clinicians, juvenile justice personnel, law enforcement officials, social service agencies, child welfare workers and many others who work closely with youth. The meetings are effective forums for reviewing county crisis events, identifying service needs, and providing professional development through the inclusion of an educational component. Speakers for the educational component are experts in topics pertinent to the needs of youth.
Click here for more information and to view the 2016-2017 meeting dates.NJSCA ANNUAL CONFERENCEThe NJSCA Fall Conference is Friday, October 14th at Rider University! The conference this year has an amazing array of keynote speakers and breakout sessions that are sure to meet all needs. Space is filling up VERY fast, but school counselors can still register at www.njsca.org or directly at http://goo.gl/jPE9QD.
There are workshops on HIB, Mindfulness, Pathways for Undocumented Students, RTI, Anxiety, Cyberbullying/Social Media, and many more developed to accommodate and assist districts in the training of school counselors.
The NJSCA Fall Conference will also have Julia V. Taylor as keynote speaker, a national speaker on the topics of body image, bullying and social/emotional development.
If you have any questions please feel fee to email Dana Karas (President, NJSCA) at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
NYU CHILD STUDY CENTER:LUNCH AND LEARNNYU Child Study Center in Hackensack, in conjunction with the Region V Council for Special Education in Oradell, is offering Fall 2016 Lunch and Learn Workshops. Please click here to view the schedule for the Fall 2016 sessions along with a brief lecture description on each topic. If you wish to sign up, you may do so via email at CSC-NJ-Reception@nyumc.org or by contacting their office at 201-465-8111.