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DSM-V 101 for School Based Health Care Providers

DSM-V 101 for School Based Health Care Providers The most recent revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) has many changes for children and adolescents. Keisha Mack, Licensed Clinical Psychologist from the Mecca Group, LLC will provide an introductory overview of the DSM-V and discuss changes to the diagnostic and coding

Driving the Behavioral Health Intersection in Schools: New Protocols

The School Based Health Alliance is sponsoring this webinar. Objectives: Explain rational for developing a set of national SBHC behavioral health protocols Name the 10 areas addressed by the SBHC behavioral health protocols Create behavioral health protocols for your SBHC Webinar Presenters Laura Brey Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist, School-Based Health Alliance Lauren Kazee

Stress and Coping Strategies

NASW-PA is sponsoring this workshop on stress and coping strategies that is geared toward providers. 3 CEUs available! Click here for more information and to register!

Autism Spectrum Disorder Seminar for Support Professionals (various dates)

PURPOSE: To communicate a free upcoming statewide training opportunity: Autism Spectrum Disorder Seminar, provided by the Bureau of Autism Services Clinical Team. TRAINING DESCRIPTION: This is a free introductory training specifically designed for direct support professionals and other community professionals who may interact with individuals with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in various environments. AUDIENCE: Professionals providing direct

21st Annual Lancaster-Lebanon IU 13 Educational Conference

Join IU 13 on June 19th for learning and networking!  Jeff Yalden is the keynote speaker – author and radio show host.  This conference is a wonderful opportunity for educators, parents, agency personnel, and administrators to connect and receive pertinent information at an affordable cost.   Click here for more information, or register at!

Media Literacy Conference – Sponsored by Drug Free PA

Many kids use YouTube, texting and other social media to learn new ways to experiment with alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, and illegal drugs. How do young people develop critical thinking skills to recognize and resist messages that promote self-destructive behaviors? In this program, you will learn how to use digital and media literacy as a

Movie & CEUs!

Messiah College and NASW-PA are hosting a CE event – Tough Love Offering a rare look at the inner workings of the American child welfare system, Tough Love chronicles the lives of two parents – one in Seattle and one in New York City – as each fights to be reunited with children taken out of their homes.

Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse (3 CEUs)

As you should have heard by now, Act 31 – related to mandatory reporting of child abuse and neglect – was passed into law and takes effect on 1/1/15. This law impacts our social work licenses and states that all social workers renewing their licenses will be required to complete 2 hours of training on child abuse

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