TRAINING EVENTS


Diversity Equity and Inclusion 4-part Series | Virtual Training

Tues, Jan 25 | Intergenerational Trauma | 9-11AM
Tues, Feb 1 |  Intersectionality and Marginalization | 9-11AM
Tues, Feb 8 | Culturally Responsive Diagnosis & Treatment | 9-11AM
Thurs, Feb 10 | Culturally Responsive Organizations | 9-11AM

  • Alliance Member registration fee, $39* per person / 2-hr training
  • General admission registration fee, $59* per person / 2-hr training
  • *All registrants: Save 10% on registration, when you register for the full series
  • Deadline for registration for each training is 2 business days prior to the training; deadline for registration for the series @ 10% discount is end of day, Fri, Jan 21.

This 4-part series can be attended as a full series, for a 10% discount per registrant, or as individual virtual training classes.  See below for general descriptions.  Watch your email prior to January 25 for full training descriptions and learning objectives. Not subscribed to our email distribution list?  Subscribe HERE.

  • Intergenerational Trauma 2-hr training on Tues, Jan 25, will provide an overview of intergenerational trauma as it relates to marginalized populations. The facilitator will share data related to intergenerational trauma and explore the impact on various systems. Resources and strategies will be shared to shift the dynamics and improve the prognosis for youth and families that are most significantly impacted.
  • Intersectionality and Marginalization 2-hr training on Tues, Feb 1, will provide an overview of intersectionality, marginalization and related dynamics. The presenter will share information on the impact of systemic inequities along with approaches to reinforce equity and inclusion.
  • Culturally Responsive Diagnosis and Treatment 2-hr training on Tues, Feb 8, will provide an overview of the importance of implementing culturally responsive assessment and treatment services.
  • Culturally Responsive Organizations 2-hr training on Thurs, Feb 10, will define what it means to have a culturally responsive work setting and provide strategies for leaders to implement.

Trainer:  Kamilah Tywmon, LPCC-S, MBA, Vice President of Community Based and Education Services, The Buckeye Ranch

Kamilah Twymon joined the Buckeye Ranch Family in December 2020 and is currently the Vice President of Community Based and Education Services. Raised in Central Ohio, she is a passionate advocate for marginalized populations and childhood mental health. Kamilah has been committed both personally and professionally to reducing risks inherent to social determinants of health. Her clinical areas of expertise include the intersection of mental health and education. Kamilah completed her undergraduate studies at Ohio Dominican University and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Additionally, Kamilah earned a Master of Science in Education with a focus in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton and a Master's in Business Administration from Otterbein University. Kamilah has significant experience in collaborating with school districts and community organizations to decrease the gap in access to care for youth and families, as well as implementing evidence-based practices for youth with intense needs. Additionally, Kamilah's clinical experience and knowledge of business practices through obtaining an MBA have supported effective program development and implementation. She continues to look for opportunities to disrupt typical patterns for problem-solving in the mental health field and apply innovative strategies for solutions and practice.


Supervision in Clinical Settings | Virtual Training

Friday, February 4 | 9:00AM - 12:15PM

  • Alliance Member registration fee, $79 per person
  • General admission registration fee, $95 per individual

This 3-hour presentation will review the types of supervision, the stages of supervision and some of the pitfalls that can occur when someone is becoming a supervisor. The transition from worker to supervisor will also be covered as well as supervision theories. Ways to improve the administrative, educative, and supportive roles will be discussed and demonstrated. Strengths that a social worker should possess if doing supervision will also be reviewed. This training will be approved for 3 CEUs for Ohio SW and Counselors, based on participation in full session; satisfies Ohio CSWMFT Board requirement for supervisors.

Learning Objectives:

  • The different roles that a supervision must have and display, as well as the characteristics under each role will be discussed and reviewed. Examples on how to fulfill this will be given
  • Participants will learn the roles and the requirements under each role
  • Participants will learn the weight and importance of each role and how to manage them all

Trainer:  Jennifer H. Haywood, LISW-S, LICDC-CS

Jennifer Haywood has been in the social work and addictions field since 1996. She has her MSW and LICDC-CS. She has trained groups since 1998, has been a full-time community lecturer at OSU since 2003 in the social work program, has a private practice, owns a rehab, Winterwood, for dually diagnosed clients, supervises social workers in the private practice setting and consults with companies on Motivational Interviewing skills.


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Course Fee: $19 for Alliance members | $29 for non-members (1.25-2 hr course; small increase for longer courses) 


All trainings are eligible and tracked for Continuing Education. Upon completion of the course (on-demand, and able to be stopped and started with tracking), users will complete basic online assessment, then will be emailed their CE certificate. Access content, training materials, and certificates in your account any time using the same user name and password as your MemberClicks login!

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More than 50 courses are available HERE.


 

Final 2021 Training dates: Dec 1-3 (Registration is now FILLED)
If you would like to be on a waitlist for December, please email [email protected]


2022 Training dates to be announced late November

Registration fee for 3-day virtual training includes all course materials and 12 Continuing Education Credits.  Participants of this training are required to have a Master's level degree, or be actively enrolled in a Master's level program.

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