TGCLC Spring 2014 CEU Schedule and Registration Form

CEU Registration Form – Spring 2014

Name (please print):_________________________________________________________

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Company/Agency:________________________________________________________________Address:_______________________________________________________________________Phone(________)_____________________Email:__________

PRICING per seat: $35 (2 or more)* $40 (Individual) $45 (week of workshop)

*2 or More – 1 registrant pays for 2 or more workshops. 2 or more registrants make 1 payment for a single workshop.

**Week of – any payment received after 4:00pm, the Friday prior to the session’s scheduled date is $45.00/seat, including walk-ins the day of the workshop.

___ 1.March 14. AM. Intro to Play Therapy
___ 2.March 14. PM. Art Therapy: M & M
___ 3.March 21. AM. Win/Win! Part I
___ 4.March 21. PM. Win/Win! Part II **
____ 5.March 28. AM. Basic Skills in Play Therapy
____ 6.March 28. PM. Healing Grief
____ 7.April 4. AM. Leadership and Mgmt.
____ 8. April 11. AM. Trauma Informed Care Part I
____ 9.April 11. PM. Trauma Informed Care Part II **
____ 10. April 25. AM. Understanding…Depression
____ 11. May 2. AM. Working with Caregivers…
____ 12. May 2. PM. Art Therapy with Children…
____ 13. May 9. AM. Mindfulness Part I
____ 14. May 9. PM. Mindfulness Part II **
____ 15. May 16. AM. Ethics for Psychotherapists…
____ 16. May 23. AM. Enhancing Child-Parent …
____ 17. May 23. PM. A Balancing Act…
____ 18. May 30. AM. A Primer on the DSM-5
____ 19. May 30. PM. Multicultural Competent…
____ 20. June 6. AM. Addressing Grief & Loss…
____ 21. June 6. PM. Right Side Up Parenting…
____ 22. June 13. AM. Activity Therapy
____ 23. June 13. PM. Ethics in Practice
____ 24. June 20. AM. Providing Mental Health Services to Military and Veteran Families
____ 25. June 20. PM. Supervision in a Behavioral…
____ 26. June 27. AM. Social Thinking & Play Therapy
____ 27. June 27. PM. The Motivation Fairy Cometh

** Requires morning session to participate in afternoon

Credit Card Information

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Name on Card:_______________________________________________________

C.C.#: ____________________________________________________________

Exp. Date:________________ Sec. Code:_____________

Mail Check/Payment with Registration form:

TGC Learning Center
PO Box 1604
Chalmette, LA 70044

TGCLC Spring 2014 CEU Detailed Schedule

1.March 14. AM. Introduction to Play Therapy (Erin Dugan, PhD)
2.March 14. PM. Art Therapy: Materials and Methods (Dorothy McGuire, ATR, LPC)
3.March 21. AM. Win/Win! Effectively Dealing… Part I (Bobby Tinner, LMSW)
4.March 21. PM. Win/Win! Effectively Dealing… Part II (Bobby Tinner,LMSW) **Must attend morning session to participate
5.March 28. AM. Basic Skills in Play Therapy (Erin Dugan, PhD)
6.March 28. PM. Healing Grief (Mark Skellie, PsyD)
7.April 4. AM. Leadership and Management in a Behavioral Health Environment (Mike McNeil, LCSW)
8. April 11. AM. Trauma Informed Care Part I (Bobby Tinner, LMSW)
9.April 11. PM. Trauma Informed Care Part II (Bobby Tinner, LMSW) **Must attend morning session to participate
10. April 25. AM. Understanding and Effective Treatment of Depression in the Elderly (Mark Skellie, PsyD)
11. May 2. AM. Working with Caregivers in Play Therapy (Erin Dugan,PhD)
12. May 2. PM. Art Therapy with Children, Adolescents, and Adults (Dorothy McGuire, ATR, LPC)
13. May 9 AM. Mindfulness Part I (Marie O’Neil, LCSW)
14. May 9. PM. Mindfulness Part II. (Marie O’Neil, LCSW) **Must attend morning session to participate
15. May 16. AM. Ethics for Psychotherapists in the Digital Age (Mark Skellie, PsyD)
16. May 23. AM. Enhancing Child-Parent Relationships through the use of Filial Therapy… (Erin Dugan, PhD)
17. May 23. PM. A Balancing Act: Accepting Your Client Just the Way they are… (Robyn DeWhirst, LCSW, BACS, LAC)
18. May 30. AM. A Primer on the DSM-5: A New Perspective for Mental Health Diagnosis (Mark Skellie, PsyD)
19. May 30. PM. Multicultural Competent Healing Professionals: Why Culture Matters (Dr. Brian Turner)
20. June 6. AM. Addressing Grief & Loss in Trauma Victims (Lisa Sayegh, LCSW-BACS, Phd)
21. June 6. PM. Right Side Up Parenting in an Upside Down World… (Bobby Tinner, LMSW)
22. June 13. AM. Activity Therapy (Erin Dugan, PhD)
23. June 13. PM. Ethics in Practice: Ethical Diagnosis & Treatment of…Personality Disorders (Mark Skellie, PsyD)
24. June 20. AM. Providing Mental Health Services to Military and Veteran Families (Lisa Sayegh, LCSW-BACS, PhD)
25. June 20. PM. Supervision in a Behavioral Health Environment (Mike McNeil, LCSW)
26. June 27. AM. Social Thinking & Play Therapy (Erin Dugan, PhD)
27. June 27. PM. The Motivation Fairy Cometh (Dr. Brian Turner)

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Webinar: Introduction to My Environment, myRTK and ECHO TRI Data Tools

Webinar: Introduction to My Environment, my RTK, and ECHO TRI Data Tools

 Monday, March 10, 2014

 11:00 am – 1:00 pm Central

The Dillard University Deep South Center for Environmental Justice (DU/DSCEJ) and the US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) will hostthe data tools Spring Webinar on Monday, March 10, 2014 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm central. The purpose of the webinar is to guide individuals through the data tools myRTK, My Environment, and ECHOS, to geographically view industrial facilities releasing toxic chemicals near their home, work and schools, access data on air and water quality and help users find permit, inspection, violation, enforcement action and penalty information in their communities.

 Presenters:

Sandra Gaona – myRTK Data Tool

Sandra supports data access and analysis for the Toxics Release Inventory program.  Sandra received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Scranton in International Business and her master’s degree from George Washington University in Environmental Engineering Management. Sandra has 12 years of experience working at the federal, state, local level on environmental information reporting and management, air quality permitting, and sustainable development.

Kim Balassiano – My Environment

Kim has been with the USEPA since 2007 and supports public access tool development for the Office of Environmental Information. Kim received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University in Foreign Service and has her Geography Masters degree from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She has worked as a GIS analyst and geospatial project manager for industry and the government for nearly 20 years.

Rebecca Kane – ECHO Data Tool

Rebecca Kane is a program analyst who has worked at EPA since October 2000. She’s spent most of her time in the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance working on the Enforcement and Compliance History Online (ECHO) website and other web products.

Registration

Registration is free. Click on the link below to register for the webinar:

Facilitator – Mary I. Williams – Dillard University Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

Contacts

Mary I. Williams – Dillard University – mwilliams@dillard.edu

Christine Arcari –  EPA – arcari.christine.@epa.gov

 

 

Webinar hosted by Dillard University Deep South Center for Environmental Justice and

US Environmental Protection Agency

 

 

 

Mary I Williams, M.Ed.

Assistant Director for Community Relations and Student Engagement

Dillard University

Deep South Center for Environmental Justice

2601 Gentilly Blvd, DUICEF Suite 227

New Orleans, LA 70122

504-816-4028 office

 

New Orleans’ Enrollment Summit: A Nationwide Day of Enrollment

New Orleans’ Enrollment Summit
A Nationwide day of enrollment in over eight major cities across the United States!
PARTNER IN AIDING UNDERSERVED COMMUNTIES GET ENROLLED AND SERVICED!

There is no cost to participate, display resources, and provide information.

March 15, 2014

10:00a.m.-3:00p.m.

Delgado Community College

City Park Campus

Set up time: 9:00 am Pick up time: 4:30 pm

Participating Organization Application

Organization Name:

Brief Description of Organization’s Mission:

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Bi-lingual Yes_____ No____ If Yes, language: ____________________________________

Does your organization provide printed information in any of the following languages, and will you be providing materials in these languages?

Spanish: Yes____ No____ Will provide: Yes____ No____ Portuguese: Yes____ No____ Will provide: Yes______ No_____ Vietnamese: Yes_____ No_____ Will provide: Yes No____ French: Yes____ No_____ Will provide: Yes____ No_____ Other:

How will your org. participate? (Health screenings, educational info, giveaways, etc.)

What time will your organization be available?
Entire event____ 10:00-3:00 Half day: ____ 10:00-1:00 or ____12:00-:300

Tables and chairs will be provided for your organization’s representatives. Is there anything else you need? (Electrical outlet, etc.)

Anything else we should know? (other organizations we should invite, if you would like to be situated next to a specific organization, etc.)

Please complete this application and return via email to julissa@puentesno.org

Please share this application with other organizations that might be interested in participating in this event. Thank you for your time and dedication to serving our communities!