$90 – $100

Working with Young Adults: Skill Based Training

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Neighborhood PRIDE Meeting Room

248 E 11th Ave

Columbus, Oh 43201

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Young Adult Skill Based Training

2 Training Events - 6 CEUs Available - 1 Day

January 13th, 2020 9 am - 4 pm


Agenda

9 am Training #1 Begins

11 am Lunch Break

Noon Training #2 Begins

*Lunch is not being provided


Working with Young Adults: Impact from Trauma, Housing Instability & Survival Behaviors

What I will learn:

  • Human development from adolescence to adulthood

  • Communication, Rapport Building, and Empathy Based skills

  • Understand influences on behavior and determine the root trigger

  • Improve response to resistance and negative behaviors

This training educates participants on key skills and intervention techniques to use when working with young adults. The course focuses on the impact of trauma and homelessness on human brain development, as well as building effective intervention skills to use with this population. Intervention skills are designed for case managers, therapists, and front-line staff. Participants will engage in empathy and awareness building activities to explore how housing insecurity, underdeveloped communication skills, and survival behaviors impact an individual’s ability to thrive. Participants are given 30 different communication, rapport building, and engagement focused skills. All focusing on young adult clients.


Details:

  • Students: 50% with Discount Code 'Student' (Huck House reserves the right to request proof of school status)

  • Approved by the SOH, CSWMFTB for Social Workers and Counselors for 4 CEU hours. Provider # RSX031901, RCX071902. We are continuing to work to expand our CEU approval status to other professions.

  • Target Audience: Social Workers, Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, and Direct Service Staff with beginner to intermediate experience

Trauma Informed Care: Changing the Way We Think


What You'll Learn:

  • How to define, describe, and identify trauma in client

  • Identify trauma responses, triggers, and reaction

  • How to respond to clients when triggered

  • Impact of secondary trauma and the importance of self-care

This training provides education on evidenced based trauma informed care models, effects of trauma, and how to identify trauma histories in adolescents and young adult clients. Participants will practice various interventions to use with clients, learn how to identify if a client is within their window of tolerance, how to recognize trauma related symptoms, and how to engage with clients when they are experiencing a crisis or traumatic response. Participants will also gain education on signs of secondary trauma, stressors that contribute to secondary trauma, and how to reduce or prevent secondary trauma.

Details:

  • Students: 50% with Discount Code 'Student' (Huck House reserves the right to request proof of school status)

  • Approved by the SOH, CSWMFTB for Social Workers and Counselors for 2 CEU hours. Provider # RSX031901, RCX071902. We are continuing to work to expand our CEU approval status to other professions.

  • Target Audience: Social Workers, Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, and Direct Service Staff with beginner to intermediate experience


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If you have questions, comments, or concerns, please reach out to Huckleberry House Professional Development via email or (614) 294-8097.


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248 E 11th Ave

Columbus, Oh 43201

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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