Workshops & Courses

If you would like to pay by check or Purchase Order,
or if you have questions about continuing education credits,
please email JenniferKap@CarePlusNJ.org.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction: Professional & Personal Use

Presented by Dr. Ken Verni

Thursday, December 15th | 9am-1pm

Participants will learn to implement mindfulness programs to enhance health, emotional well-being and use adaptive coping skills. Participants will cultivate a working knowledge of positive psychology, and at least two formal and two informal mindfulness practices to use daily with the clients they serve in clinical settings.

Addressing Domestic Violence: Interventions for Families

Presented by Julie Roebuck MSW,LCSW

Thursday, January 19th | 9am-1pm

Participants will learn to implement mindfulness programs to enhance health, emotional well-being and use adaptive coping skills. Participants will cultivate a working knowledge of positive psychology, and at least two formal and two informal mindfulness practices to use daily with the clients they serve in clinical settings.

Informed Consent: Working with Gender Transitioning Clients

Presented by Dr. Carol Clark, LMHC, CAP, CST

Thursday, February 9th | 10am-12pm

Informed Consent goes beyond the physical effects of hormone therapy or surgery, to cover the full spectrum of psychological, social, and environmental effects of the transition process. This workshop will cover the topics which a provider needs to inform transitioning clients for them to be reasonable in their expectations before, during, and after transition.

All the Youth Grieve: Complicated, Prolonged & Healing

Presented by Jennifer Velten MA, LPC, ACS, CCTP

Thursday, April 27th | 10am-12pm

Grief by its very nature contains components of thoughts, behaviors, emotions and physiological changes. Participants will take a look at acute grief, complicated grief and the new DSM 5 TR diagnoses of Prolonged Grief Disorder. The workshop will also cover how to integrate grief and loss, including adapting to profound changes from a resiliency framework.

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Presented by Ashley Morolla MA, LPC, ACS, CCTP

Wednesday, May 17th | 10am-12pm

This national 8-hour course that teaches participants the difference between normal adolescence versus mental health problems, and what you might see as far as behaviors or physical symptoms if a problem is developing. The course teaches the basic skills to intervene and respond to a youth in psychological distress.

For CE and registration information, please contact: JenniferKap@CarePlusNJ.org.

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