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Evidence-Based Case Management Workshops & Conference Comes to New Orleans, March 29-April 1, 2016

Join us in historic New Orleans for four (4) days of comprehensive evidence-based and strength-centered program sessions designed for the human, social and justice services professional.

Care Coordination, Family Engagement in Community, Employment Focused Services & Motivational Interviewing

March 29-April 1, 2016

New Orleans, Luisiana, USA

Four (4) comprehensive evidence-based and strength-centered workshops.  Elect to attend a 2-Day program, or stay all 4 days for 2 comprehensive programs and save.  Bring your team, spread out and build capacity for the work ahead.  Earn up to 26 CE Training Hours.

AT-A-GLANCE

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Days 1 & 2 - March 29 - 30, 2016

Case Management & Care Coordination: Evidence-Based & Strength-Centered Approaches

This workshop teaches the processes for assessing, planning, facilitating and advocating for options and services designed to help clients efficiently meet their individual needs. Participants will be in a position to learn how to play their rightful role as the collaborative assistive partner working with individual clients to achieve outcomes they desire.

Employment Focused Career Services: Core Skills for Durable Workforce Development

Evoke and strengthen capabilities individuals already possess using skills learned at this comprehensive employment focused workshop.  The program is designed to address current and coming trends for helping clients become gainfully employed - even in the face of severe barriers.  Oriented toward getting clients ready with skills currently demanded by area employers, this program teaches participants how to expand the range of resources available for meeting the job search and job retention needs of the difficult to serve client.

Days 3 & 4 - March 26-27, 2015

Family Engagement Services: Evidence-Based Practices for Working in Communities

Imagine you have an entire team to assist you as you provide quality interventions to the individuals and families you serve. Also, consider what it would be like if you could decrease the level of resistance you experience as you provide quality interventions.

Motivational Interviewing (MI): Core Skills for Durable Behavioral Change

Teams perform like the pros they are using Motivational Interviewing skills. MI is proven to be fully compatible with various approaches as a method that helps people resolve ambivalence toward change through discovery of intrapersonal fuel by placing complete responsibility for change on the individual. It's a must-have method in your tool kit.

Bring your team, spread out and build capacity for the work ahead.

Join us in historic New Orleans for four (4) days of comprehensive evidence-based and strength-centered program sessions designed for the human, social and justice services professional.

Care Coordination, Family Engagement in Community, Employment Focused Services & Motivational Interviewing

March 29-April 1, 2016

New Orleans, Luisiana, USA

Four (4) comprehensive evidence-based and strength-centered workshops.  Elect to attend a 2-Day program, or stay all 4 days for 2 comprehensive programs and save.  Bring your team, spread out and build capacity for the work ahead.  Earn up to 26 CE Training Hours.

AT-A-GLANCE

12

Days 1 & 2 - March 29 - 30, 2016

Case Management & Care Coordination: Evidence-Based & Strength-Centered Approaches

This workshop teaches the processes for assessing, planning, facilitating and advocating for options and services designed to help clients efficiently meet their individual needs. Participants will be in a position to learn how to play their rightful role as the collaborative assistive partner working with individual clients to achieve outcomes they desire.

Employment Focused Career Services: Core Skills for Durable Workforce Development

Evoke and strengthen capabilities individuals already possess using skills learned at this comprehensive employment focused workshop.  The program is designed to address current and coming trends for helping clients become gainfully employed - even in the face of severe barriers.  Oriented toward getting clients ready with skills currently demanded by area employers, this program teaches participants how to expand the range of resources available for meeting the job search and job retention needs of the difficult to serve client.

Days 3 & 4 - March 26-27, 2015

Family Engagement Services: Evidence-Based Practices for Working in Communities

Imagine you have an entire team to assist you as you provide quality interventions to the individuals and families you serve. Also, consider what it would be like if you could decrease the level of resistance you experience as you provide quality interventions.

Motivational Interviewing (MI): Core Skills for Durable Behavioral Change

Teams perform like the pros they are using Motivational Interviewing skills. MI is proven to be fully compatible with various approaches as a method that helps people resolve ambivalence toward change through discovery of intrapersonal fuel by placing complete responsibility for change on the individual. It's a must-have method in your tool kit.

Bring your team, spread out and build capacity for the work ahead.

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