WILSON COUNSELING

WILSON PLACE




TARGETED CASE MANAGEMENT TRAINING SCHEDULE - DBHDID APPROVED

TCM CORE Day 1 November 19, 2020 8:30am-3:30pm CST $100

TCM CORE Day 2 November 20, 2020 8:30am-3:30pm CST $100

TCM SUD December 3, 2020 8:30am-3:30pm CST $100

TCM SED December 17, 2020 8:30am-3:30pm CST $100

TCM SMI December 18, 2020 8:30am-3:30pm CST $100


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING SCHEDULE

Cell Phone Addiction December 4, 2020 9:00am-12:00pm CST 3.0 CEU’s $45

Storytelling-A Lost Art December 11, 2020 9:00am-12:00pm CST 3.0 CEU’s $45

Anxiety in Youth January 15, 2021 9:00am-12:00pm CST 3.0 CEU’s $45

Impact of Social Media on Youth January 29, 2021 9:00am-12:00pm CST 3.0 CEU’s $45


CEU Approvals: CEU’s approved for KY Social Work and LPC. Psychology and LMFT approvals pending.


Registration: Email [email protected] Payment due 3 business days prior to event. PowerPoint will be sent prior to beginning of event. All trainings to be presented via Zoom due to pandemic.


Target audience: Mental health professionals, case managers, victim advocates, peer support specialists, school personnel (teachers, FRYSC/Youth Service Centers), court-designated workers, social service workers, and parents.



Training Topic Descriptions

1. CELL PHONE ADDICTION


How much time we spend on our phones? How many times a day do we check email? Texts? FaceBook? SnapChat? Afraid you’ll miss something? Panic/worry when you have no signal? Have multiple chargers? Consider the research. Recognize the hooks. Control your technology with healthy boundaries, knowledge and a plan.

2. STORYTELLING


Storytelling is becoming a lost art. Older generations knew their family history through hearing stories from parents, grandparents and extended family members. Storytelling teaches lessons well-learned and keeps us feeling connected. Have fun while understanding the importance of casual storytelling.


3.  ANXIETY IN YOUTH


Today’s youth face additional challenges than prior generations. The Internet creates yet another setting to navigate. There are more pressures to achieve and succeed than ever before. Active shooter drills in schools. Sexting. Cutting. Isolation. Panic, anxiety, eating disorders have become common. This workshop examines anxiety in youth, signs and symptoms of anxiety in youth, as well as psychoeducation techniques and clinical treatment strategies to support youth in navigating the adolescent stage.


4.  IMPACT OF SOCIAL MEDIA ON YOUTH


Research reflects adolescents spend several hours daily on social media. To manage social media use, it is necessary to understand social media itself, cyberbullying and other online threats, and impact on youth mental health. This workshop examines prevalence, history of social media, in-depth exploration of the impact of social media on youth, empowerment and strengths-based strategies for proactive address, tips to manage social media use, adolescent developmental stages and tasks, and theoretical treatment approaches for clinical treatment of associated anxiety, depression and other disorders.