- Class 1 - Digital Ethics: Technology in the workplace
March 15, 2018
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
- Class 2 - Keepin’ It Real! Cultural and Social Competence, HIV among African Americans
March 15, 2018
1:45 pm - 4:45 pm
- Class 3 - Teaching kids to be the helpers: Talking to kids about violence and terrorism in today's culture
March 15, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Ethics, Cultural Competence, Digital Technology, HIV, Talking to Kids Marathon!
March 15, 2018
North Point Library
1716 Merritt Blvd
Dundalk, MD 21222
This CE You! Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes
(a total of 9 category I CEUs).
You can attend all three classes or select individual classes.
The Cost of the full seminar is $149.
Two classes are $99. One class is $59.
Refreshments served through out the day, Free Parking
Class I – 10:00am – 1:00pm (3 Category I CEUs)
Digital Ethics: Technology in the workplace
Confidentiality is a huge part of providing health care. HIPAA and ethical codes provide some guidance, but it can be confusing to understand what is being asked of us in regards to implementation of confidentiality with the use of technology.
This interactive training will help participants understand the common factors that cause breaches and how to use risk assessments to plan and implement changes that need to occur. Participants will learn how to assess, respond to, and implement changes to meet guidelines for confidentiality.
Attendees will have an opportunity to examine some of the common mistakes and potential issues, that can arise through use of technology. Small group work during this training will assist participants to develop solutions to these concerns that can be integrated into practice. (Trainer, Sherrie L. Ludwick, LCPC, NCC is a relationship repair specialist, and is trained in Somatic Experiencing & other techniques used to treat trauma.)
Class II – 1:45pm- 4:45pm (3 Category I CEUs – HIV, Cultural Competence)
Keepin’ It Real! Cultural and Social Competence, HIV among African Americans
This interactive training will explore cultural and social competence regarding HIV among African Americans, particularly African American women. Participants will review social determinants that interfere with African American women making safer sex choices. This training will offer prevention counseling skills that can be implemented in a variety of settings to minimize the rate of infection among African Americans.
The training will include discussions on dispelling myths, stereotypes, generalizations, and microaggressions made by society. Participants will be motivated to be social justice “change agents” and advocates for the rights of individuals at-risk of contracting HIV and living with HIV. (Trainer, Lisa R. Connors, LCPC, M.Div, MA, NCC, has served in the HIV field for 20 years, a current member and past Co-Chair of the HIV Planning Group (HPG) for the state of Maryland, and past member of the Board of Directors for the Maryland Chapter of NASW. She has also served as the Division President of the Maryland Association for Spiritual, Ethical, & Religious Values in Counseling, a division of the Maryland Counseling Association.)
*Evening Cultural Competence*
Class 3 – 5:30pm – 8:30pm (3 Category I CEUs)
Teaching kids to be the helpers: Talking to kids about violence and terrorism in today’s culture
What do we tell the children? This is a question parents, teachers, social workers and counselors grapple with when acts of terrorism take place. This new training (inspired by Mr. Rogers’ advice to “look for the helpers”) will cover steps clinicians can take to help address these questions and provide age-appropriate answers in a culturally competent manner. This interactive training will help participants feel empowered to have these difficult conversations with children and ultimately help children feel safe. Participants will become knowledgeable regarding cultural factors that may impact a child’s ability to process or cope with the event.
Through the use of interactive discussions, group exercises and case examples, participants will have opportunities to practice the skill of having these difficult conversations with children. You will learn helpful tips for ways to encourage and empower children in times when they may feel frightened by what is going on in the world. (Trainer, Annie Sutton, LCSW-C)
This CE You! Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 category I CEUs). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. The Cost of the full seminar is $149. Two classes are $99. One class is $59.
Free Parking, Refreshments are served through out the day.
Venue: North Point Library
Handicap Accessible, Free Parking!