Upcoming Training's at Seafield’s Amityville Training Center
“Cultural Considerations in Group Practice Settings”
This half day experiential hands on training will provide alcohol and substance abuse clinicians with group practice behaviors exercises with a range of vulnerable diverse populations in our treatment settings. An understanding of culture, power, privilege and policies among workers and group members will be discussed.
Throughout the course, the impact of ethnicity, racism, sexism, ageism, homophobia, religion/spirituality, economic and education status will be explored in the context of the working therapeutic alliance between group leader and group members. Professional self-reflection and use of self as a group facilitator will be stressed.
Some knowledge on models of group practice, the stages of group development, the planning and formation of groups, group composition, and group dynamics is useful. Please bring in a group you have led or are leading to support group theory, application and interaction skills necessary for all group work.
Thursday, April 27, 2017
8:30 AM-Registration and Networking
9 AM- 12 PM-Presentation
3 Continuing Education Hours
(Social Workers & CASAC's)
The speaker this month
MARIYLN V. URRAYA RN, LCSW, CASAC SAP
*All training's are free for Seafield employees if approved by a supervisor*
For additional information on upcoming events
e-mail Jo Venturelli at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 631-237-8596
The Training Center is also available for rental use by other organizations who contribute to the well being of the community. For more information please contact Chelsea Cox at 631-237-8596