Social Security Work Incentives for Student and Young Adults

Many parents think that their students or young adult children may not work and receive SSI or SSDI, Medicaid. They may believe any income will immediately cause a discontinuation of those benefits. This is not true. In this session, learn about: Plans to Achieve Self Support, 1619 (a), 1619(b), Property Essential to Self Support, and how Social Security views Earned Income, and how it does affect cash and medical benefits.     
Online / Web Delivered                            
Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

CPI – Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (NCI) FY19

This is a two-day training (12 hours total of staff training) for a one-year certification for new staff in crisis prevention techniques and de-escalation to assist with increasing the care, welfare safety & security. Please dress comfortably and wear closed toed shoes, as some training activities will be physical.

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Thursday and Friday, April 25th & 26th from 11:30-5:00 pm

If the training event is full. Please email the training coordinator Jill D Ramsey

Hearing Voices that are Distressing Workshop FY19

This training provides a simulated experience of what it may be like to “hear voices.” Designed to assist people with understanding the challenges of people who experience a mental illness and hear voices through a four-hour experiential training. The training includes a one-hour video, one-hour simulated “hearing voices” experience through use of an MP3 player and earphones with simulated scenarios/environments, and a one-hour group discussion.

This training is for all people interested in the Hearing Voices experience. The public is invited, along with medical personnel, behavioral health professionals, and educators.

Earn 4 Contact Hours for $20.00.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 01:00 PM until 05:00 PM

Please submit a form to request training: Training Request

Havening Training

The Havening Techniques are powerful tools that can be used to alleviate the consequences of traumatic or stressful events.

Havening or Delta Techniques™ is a method which is designed to change the brain to de-traumatize the memory and remove its negative effects from both our psyche and body.

These techniques have been developed and refined over the last fifteen years.

The first official training occurred May 2013 in the UK. Now we have grown and spread to all corners of the world.

Early Bird Discount: Register by March 1st, 2019 and save $200, pay $1470 to train with Dr Ron !!!

For more information or to register click on the date below:

Sat & Sun, May 18-19, 2019, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm both days at 2550 Denali St, 16th floor conference room.

The Science of Traumatic Stress

7th Annual Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute: The Science of Traumatic Stress
Hosted by the Alaska Child Trauma Center at Anchorage Mental Health Services with the support of the State of Alaska, Division of Behavioral Health.

SAVE THE DATE           Thurs.-Fri., June 13 & 14, 2019         DETAILS SOON!

Treating Complex Dissociative Disorders: A Practical Integrative Approach

This workshop will offer an overview of assessment and treatment of dissociation and complex dissociative disorders. On the first day participants will learn how to distinguish the four ways dissociation is defined in the literature, along with their different treatment implications. In addition, we will explore the specific symptom clusters of Dissociative Identity Disorder and its lesser form, Other Specified Dissociative Disorder (OSDD).

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Friday, June 7, 2019 at 09:00 AM until 05:00 PM and 

Saturday, June 8, 2019 at 09:00 AM until 05:00 PM

Fetal Alcohol & Other Neurobehavioral Conditions: Understanding & Application of the FASCETS Brain-Based Approach

A Three-Day Workshop for Parents and Professionals

Cost Range $450.00 to $550.00

Thur. – Sat., June 27-29, 2019, 9:00 – 4:00 Daily

This workshop provides information about Fetal Alcohol/Neurobehavioral Conditions (FA/NB) and the effects of alcohol and other drugs on the brains and behaviors of children, adolescents and adults.
FA/NB are brain-based, neurobehavioral conditions with behavioral symptoms. The workshop will educate you on a best practices approach for increasing understanding of FA/NB, reducing frustration, and expanding options. Case examples of successful accommodations are central to this training. 
C.E. Credit for National Association of Social Workers Oregon Chapter: 16.50

Conflict Resolution Skills/Alternatives to Violence (AVP) Workshop – BASIC

This beginning basic training will present conflict resolution skills through experiential learning exercises and practice with the goal of helping Direct Service providers and community members to think about and make choices to reduce conflicts in work and everyday settings. There will be 18 Contact Hours associated with this training.

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Classes will be listed as soon as they become available.

Conflict Resolution Skills/Alternatives to Violence (AVP) ADVANCED Workshop

This 18 hour second level workshop is for those who have already taken the Basic workshop.

In this Advanced training workshop, the content and experiential learning exercises will continue to explore skills of communication, conflict resolution, cooperation and affirmation.

Classes will be listed as soon as they become available.