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Greensboro “Fall Training Opportunities” 11/27/2018
November 27 @ 9:30 am - 2:00 pmFree
9:30- 11:30 am
Morning Workshop: Maintaining Professional Boundaries
Those who choose to work with children and families in the child welfare system do so because of a desire to help. This interest in helping others can be an asset, and a risk factor. It is important to ensure healthy boundaries from the beginning of the client relationship, and be able to quickly recognize if lines begin to get blurred. When boundaries between client and helper are not clearly defined, the consequences can range from burnout to ethical violations. Participants in this workshop will identify what is meant by healthy boundaries, evaluate their own strengths and needs in this area, and discuss how to maintain boundaries in their work.
Afternoon Workshop: Resilience-Assisting Youth with Grief and Loss
Grief and loss can be uncomfortable subjects to address with children. However, it is important that social workers, parents, and caregivers are able to assist children with the grief process. This training will introduce participants to the effects that separation and loss can have on children and their ability to form healthy attachments. Participants will learn ways to help children manage loss in a healthy way.
Location: CHS Lucas Building-Training Room
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