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Working with Young Adults: Impact from Trauma, Housing Instability, and Survival Behaviors
What You'll Learn:

Human development from adolescence to adulthood
Communication, Rapport Building, and Empathy Based skills
Understand influences on behavior and determine the root trigger
Improve response to resistance and negative behaviors

This training educates participants on key skills and intervention techniques to use when working with young adults. The course focuses on the impact of trauma and homelessness on human brain development, as well as building effective intervention skills to use with this population. Course includes in depth review of human development and how development impacts behavior during young adulthood. As well as, how to identify development, survival, or trauma related behaviors in clients. Participants will engage in empathy and awareness building activities to explore how housing insecurity, underdeveloped communication skills, and survival behaviors impact an individual’s ability to thrive. Participants are given 30 different communication, rapport building, and engagement focused skills.

Clock Hours: 4 hours, 4 CEUs
Approved by the SOH, CSWMFTB for 4 CEU hours; approved for Social Workers and Counselors. Provider # RSX031901, RCX071902

Target Audience: Social Workers, Counselors, Mental Health Professionals, and Direct Service Staff with beginner to intermediate experience

May 12, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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