DC:0-5 In Person Training (NYC) - Sep. 12 9am -5pm & Sep. 13 9am-1pm
Location: CUNY School of Law 2 Court Square Room 3-302 Long Island City, NY 11101
This comprehensive training is specifically designed for participants who are directly involved in the developmental and mental health evaluation and diagnosis of children birth to five years of age. This training provides history and background around the need for and development of a specialized diagnostic classification system for infancy and early childhood, as well as approaches to diagnosis from an Infant Mental Health perspective which is developmentally informed, relationship based, and contextual and culturally competent. Participants will learn about the multi-axial approach to diagnosis as well as understanding the contents of each axis including Axis I Clinical Disorders, Axis II Relational Context, Axis III Physical Health Conditions and Considerations, Axis IV Psychosocial Stressors, and Axis V Developmental Competence. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in Community of Practice calls following the training for support on use of DC:0-5™ in their practice.
Participation in this conference is free of charge and participants will receive a complimentary DC:0-5 manual.
This training will offer 11 CE contact hours for licensed social workers and LMHCs through the NYU Silver School of Social Work. Attendees will be able to access certificates online following the training.
All Trainings are 1.5 days (9am-5pm on Day 1 & 9am-1pm on Day 2)
Developing a Capacity to serve Adolescents and Young Adults with Substance Use Disorders in a Community Based Setting-- New York City
Location: 633 3rd Avenue Floor 19, New York, NY, USA
Do you currently serve youth and young adults under 21 years of age at risk of or with a Substance Use Disorder or do you have an interest in developing services to this population?
If the answer to the question above is yes, then this is the workshop for you. This one-day Regional Forum will review and assist you in learning about the “New” Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (OASAS Part 823 – Children’s Services) and the developing endorsement for Adolescent Services to the Part 822 Community Based Services. This will be a practical, hands-on working session that will assist you in exploring the clinical opportunities for servicing this population and their families, while also giving you the tools to determine fiscal viability in an ever-changing environment.
OASAS is pleased to be partnering with the Coordinated Care Center, Inc (CCSI) and Center on Addiction to provide this informative one day session.
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