Tier 1 Intensive Training:
Take the Next Step to Collaborative Problem Solving
July 13-15, 2016
Think:Kids and the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) are pleased to offer our Tier 1 Intensive Training. Parents and professionals who have completed our Introductory Training are invited to join Think:Kids staff in learning more about Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), our evidence-based approach to understanding and helping children, adolescents, and adults with behavioral challenges. Participants with some prior exposure will learn to advance their skills in applying the model through a combination of engaging lectures, role playing, videotape examples, case presentations and breakout groups during this 2½-day symposium.
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Prerequisite: A one-day Think:Kids Introductory Training or the online Think:Kids Introductory Training: www.mghcme.org/thinkkids.
Day 1: 8:30 AM - Registration and breakfast
9 AM – 5 PM - Training
Day 2: 9 AM – 5 PM - Training
Day 3: 9 AM – 1 PM - Training
Breaks & Lunch: There will be two fifteen minute breaks on Day 1 and Day 2 in addition to a one hour lunch from 12:30 -1:30 PM on both days (lunch will be on your own). On Day 3 there will be a fifteen minute break from 10:30 - 10:45 AM. Breakfast will be served all three days.
Educators: This training has been approved by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for 16 PDPs.
Psychologists: An application for psychologist continuing education credits has been submitted. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org the status of psychologist CE credits.
Licensed Mental Health Counselors: An application has been submitted to the MMCEP for 16 continuing education credits.
Social Workers: This training has been approved by the NASW Collaborative of Boston College and Simmons College for 16 continuing education credits.
Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Other: A certificate of attendance will be provided for 16 units which can be submitted to the corresponding professional organization for consideration.
Location: Microsoft NERD Center - Horace Mann Room - 1 Memorial Drive Cambridge, MA
Location website: https://microsoftnewengland.com/About
Microsoft New England (MSNE) is a major center for technical innovation and research. Located in the heart of Cambridge, Massachusetts, the MSNE campus includes two buildings—One Memorial Drive and the recently renovated One Cambridge Center. At the core of MSNE is the Microsoft New England Research & Development Center (NERD). NERD is a world-renowned research and software development center, and is home to teams working on critical products and services like Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft SQL. NERD also serves as a center of gravity for the local tech community, having hosted more than 1,000 events and welcomed more than 100,000 visitors since opening in 2008.
Travel by T: On the T, take the Red Line to the Kendall/MIT stop. Walk straight up Main Street toward the Longfellow Bridge (past the Post Office, Bank of America). You will see the Parking Garage on your right, Take a right and you can enter the building from the side. Approximately a 5 minute walk.
Parking: We recommend that you take advantage of public transportation (www.mbta.com) if possible, as parking in the area can be costly ($18-$40 per day). To check the rates of nearby lots/garages, go to: Boston Best Parking/Cambridge. The building is located on Memorial Drive near the intersection with Main Street. Click here for directions to the conference center.
Rooms can be reserved at area hotels, including: theKendall Hotel, the Liberty Hotel, Boston Marriott Cambridge, the Courtyard Boston Cambridge, the Residence Inn and The Boxer Hotel (617-624-0202). Be sure to let them know that you are attending a Mass General Training and ask if they offer MGH discounted rates! Reserve early to ensure availability.
Cancellation Policy: Non-refundable. Substitutions are permitted.
Think:Kids teaches a revolutionary, evidence-based approach for helping children with behavioral challenges. Through training, support and clinical services, we promote the understanding that challenging kids lack the skill, not the will, to behave well – specifically skills related to problem solving, flexibility and frustration tolerance. Unlike traditional models of discipline, our approach avoids the use of power, control and motivational procedures and instead focuses on teaching kids the skills they need to succeed.
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