Innovative, interactive trainings
For human service and education professionals
Understanding and Enhancing Your Style of Supervision
For Clinical and Non-Clinical Supervisors
Denise R. Wolf, ATR-BC, ATCS, LPC, LPAT – 3 CEU’s
This training is designed for human services supervisors who wish to further develop their skills and better understand their own styles of supervision. Methods to assist supervisees to improve their skills will be discussed. The workshop will include discussions and role plays illustrating issues in supervision.
The Crisis Cycle: Restoring Calm When Adults and Youth are Escalated
Frank Picone, LCSW – 3 CEU’s
When people become emotionally escalated and highly stressed the chance for damaged relationships and danger grows. This training will introduce the crisis cycle to use as a tool to identify pre-crisis, crisis and post crisis and their associated warning signs. The training is designed to assist staff to use effective attuned strategies to restore calm and safely prevent escalation. The techniques are applicable to crisis situations in a treatment environment, the workplace, or at home.
Pathways to Healing: Trauma Informed Strategies for Serving Those Impacted by Violence
Lisa Christian, LCSW and Emily DeCarlo, LCSW – 3 CEU’s
The country has experienced an increase in violence during the pandemic, including intimate partner violence, child abuse and gun violence. Gun violence alone increased by more than 30% in the United States according to a new study by the Penn State College of Medicine. Stress, domestic violence, lack of social interactions and greater access to firearms have likely contributed to the increase.
This training will provide participants with trauma-informed strategies to work with individuals impacted by violence. The training will cover topics including (but not limited to) the cycle of violence, the impact of trauma and social location, protective factors, trauma exposure response, social determinants of health, complex PTSD, and collaborative community responses to violence. There will also be themes around cultural sensitivity and humility and power and privilege discussed throughout the training. This training is designed to be interactive and will include case scenarios, videos, and discussion.
Sources for Human Services maintains a Continuing Education Co-sponsoring Agreement with the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research Center for Professional Development, a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Accredited program. As a CSWE accredited program Bryn Mawr College GSSWSR is a pre-approved provider of continuing education for social workers, professional counselors, and marriage and family therapists in PA and many other states.