Professional Development Events & Workshops

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CADC / LCADC Training Courses

Paramus

CADC / LCADC Training Courses

As a certified substance abuse counselor, you can help individuals who are struggling with addiction along their path to recovery. If you are already a mental health clinician, the ability to treat co-occurring disorders will allow you to expand your capabilities - giving you the opportunity to help many others while furthering your career.

Reiki 1 Training and Attunement

Saddle River

Reiki 1 Training and Attunement

As part of this training you will learn the history of Reiki, receive an individual attunement to healing Reiki energy and learn hand positions for self-treatment and giving healing Reiki energy to others.

The Road to Community Wellness: Integration in Action - Bergen County Annual Wellness Conference

Paramus

The Road to Community Wellness: Integration in Action - Bergen County Annual Wellness Conference

The 2017 Bergen County Third Annual Wellness conference titled "The Road to Community Wellness: Integration in Action." This free conference is designed to promote educational and comprehensive wellness strategies across disciplines and the age continuum that will enable people to reach optimal health and to create partnerships that operate based on collaboration across disciplines, improving access to resources for Bergen County residents.

Please download flyer for detailed agenda, location/parking and related conference information.

FREE Training Opportunity -- Creating Healthy, INCLUSIVE Communities

Hamilton

FREE Training Opportunity -- Creating Healthy, INCLUSIVE Communities

Inclusive communities provide individuals with disabilities equal access to, and opportunities for healthy living. This can be achieved by implementing policy, systems, and environmental changes that increase access to physical activity, healthful food and healthy weight management initiatives. Workshop highlights:

  • Learn about Inclusive Health
  • Talk directly with state and national experts who will explain how to take advantage of resources and funding
  • Walk & roll away with tools and inspiration to get started quickly

Click here to also see information regarding the 2018 Healthy Community Grants Program.

Make Connections at NJAMHAA's Fall Behavioral Healthcare Meeting

Edison

Make Connections at NJAMHAA's Fall Behavioral Healthcare Meeting

Are you looking to make connections with industry leaders, but do not have the time or the resources? 
NJAMHAA's Fall Behavioral Healthcare Meeting will give you the opportunity to meet with leaders in the behavioral health and addiction treatment fields from across the state.

NJI's 39th Annual Conference (New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, Inc)

Montclair

NJI's 39th Annual Conference (New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis, Inc)

No human being ever lived without pain. We will trace various interactions between pain, attitude and possibility. Pain can radiate in many directions, at times permeate the psychic field, other times scarcely felt. Kinds of pain and range of response can be enormous.  How much and what kind of experience can one take and make use of?  We will discuss vicissitudes of pain and possibility and explore dimensions of experience pain can open or close

CASE PRESENTER:  Susan Goldman, LCSW, PsyA

Creating a Path to the Adult World

Paramus

Creating a Path to the Adult World

Everything you need to know about creating linkages to adult services and agencies for students with disabilities and their families.

Maternal Mental Health: Screening, Referral and Resources in Northern NJ

Hackensack

Maternal Mental Health: Screening, Referral and Resources in Northern NJ

The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey's Perinatal Mood Disorders initiative is pleased to offer FREE workshops in Union and Bergen Counties focusing on
maternal mental health.

Open to all community and clinic based professionals such as healthcare providers, home visitors, community health workers, lactation professionals, doulas and all others who work with
perinatal women.

Infant/Toddler Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Infant/Toddler Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach

This webinar will provide a national overview of States’ infant early childhood mental health (I-ECMH) systems-building efforts. The essential building blocks of an I-ECMH system will be presented, along with State examples, promising practices, trends, and innovations.