Archive for Continuing Education

Career Workshop | Interview Tips and Tools

Join the CityU Career Center for: Interview Tips and Tools

Open to students, alumni and staff!

Learn the most important things to know about interviewing and practice an interview as well.  

Come with questions! You may bring your lunch.

Practical tips and guidelines will be provided by the CityU Career Center!

Cost: Free

Career Workshop| Resume and Cover Letter Review

Join us at the CityU Career Center for a Resume and Cover Letter Review.

Bring your resume and a cover letter!

Open to students, alumni and staff.

You may bring your lunch.

Come with questions!

Cost: Free

Career Workshop | Networking for Success

Join the CityU Career Center for Networking for Success

Open to students, alumni, and staff.

Come with questions! You may bring your resume and lunch.

Cost: Free

Career Workshop | LinkedIn Profiles and Strategies

Description: LinkedIn is the most powerful online tool that allows you to research industries, companies, job openings and contacts via the most up-to-date information. It is a great way to develop and build a network of professional contacts and relationships, in order to get to the job you really want.

Come with questions!

Cost: Free
Parking: Nearby street meters & pay lots

Career Workshop | Resumes and Cover Letters 101

Join us at the CityU Career Center for: Resumes and Cover Letters 101

Come and write a successful resume and cover letter to find an internship or a job.

Open to students, alumni and staff.

You may bring your lunch and current resume.

Come with questions!

Cost: Free

Career Workshop | Career Search – Where to Start?

Career Workshop | Career Search – Where to Start?

This workshop will help you learn how to find what you are looking for in a career while using your unique pattern of strengths.
Open to students, alumni and staff!
Come prepared to explore career paths in this hands on workshop.
Cost: Free

Fetal Alcohol/Neurobehavioral conditions (FA/NB) encompass the spectrum of brain-based conditions with a wide range of symptoms. This session establishes a research-informed conceptual foundation linking brain function with behaviors and introduces an evidence-based emerging best practices approach to developing appropriate and effective person-specific strategies in all settings.

This workshop was designed for parents and professionals; content is relevant for the range of disciplines. It provides a common language for participants to enhance ongoing collaboration and networking among those working with people with FASD in all systems. Participants in past trainings have included parents, people with FASD, teachers, nurses, physicians, attorneys, judges, mental health and addictions professionals, psychologists, and social workers, and employers, among others.

6 CE hours available for LMHCs, LICSWs, LMFTs, and CDPs; 6 Clock Hours available for Educators

Register online.

About the Presenter
Suzanne C. Emery, Masters in Leadership of Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner. Certified by FASCETS as a facilitator of the FASCETS Neurobehavioral Model, member of the FASCETS board of directors as well as serving as Program Director. Suzanne lived in Costa Rica for over 20 years serving families and children at risk. She worked as resident nurse at a children’s home and then as a supervisor of health for a large child care organization for over 15 years. Suzanne is the founder and lead facilitator for a project started in 2013 “Created to be Free: hope for families affected by alcohol”. She leads workshops, provides consulting services as well as facilitates family support groups working in the area of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders as well as other Neurobehavioral conditions, using the FASCETS brain-based approach. She is a single mother of two wonderful young men. The younger one lives with FASD. She is originally from the Portland area.

Most of us want to go into private practice to help others achieve peace and happiness in their lives, and perhaps to work independently rather than for someone else. We bring our considerable clinical skills into this venture, but it is important to also remember that a private practice is a business. As sole practitioners, we need support, supervision, and great self-care skills in order to maintain a successful practice over time. In this workshop, regional area experts will present on topics related to the “nuts and bolts” of setting up and maintaining a successful private practice in the helping professions.

After the completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the ethical considerations related to starting and maintaining a private practice
  2. Understand how to create a trauma-informed private practice
  3. Synthesize the logistical business and licensing aspects of operating a private practice
  4. Summarize marketing strategies that promote effective branding

This event will satisfy three CE credits for Ethics.

Register online.

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