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Welcome!

 

The Michigan Child Welfare Training Clearinghouse is designed to provide a central location for child welfare training opportunities across the State of Michigan from the primary training providers. The training providers include: Children’s Trust Fund, DHHS Office of Workforce Development and Training, DHHS University In-Service, Michigan Federation for Children and Families, Prosecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan Child Abuse Training Services, and State Court Administrative Office.

 

Training programs are listed by profession.  To register for a training or obtain further information, please click on the registration link specific to each training.


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Wish to ad​d a trainin​g program?

To inquire about adding a training program to the Training Clearinghouse, please contact Kate McPherson at McphersonK@courts.mi.gov​ or (517) 373-5322.


Trainings ​

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collapse Audience : Adoption Workers ‎(37)
TitleTrauma Stewardship and Living Self-care
Event Date3/12/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how witnessing trauma or experiencing your own trauma will impact you. You will learn the signs of compassion fatigue and burnout for yourself and other workers.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting LGBTQ Adoptive and Foster Families
Event Date3/13/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will highlight not only the importance of having services tailored to LGBTQ adoptive parents and their families, but also it will include specific recommendations for best practices.
 
TitleUnderstanding Human Sexuality and Gender Expression: Impacts for Youth in the Child Welfare System
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression, and will provide an overview of different forms of gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ+ community.
 
TitleHuman Trafficking for Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date3/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review what precisely human trafficking is and how to identify it. Discussion will include how to assess for human trafficking, including warning signs, and MDHHS policies and procedures regarding child victims of human trafficking.
 
TitleMaking Trauma Informed Placement Decisions
Event Date3/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date4/10/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis part didactic, part experiential training will explore practices to engage with child welfare-involved families with caregivers impacted by mental illness.
 
TitleAdvocating for Children Within the K-12 Educational System
Event Date4/17/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to help foster care, CPS, and adoption workers learn the basic issues that are involved with children in the public school setting—specifically regarding special education and children with disabilities.
 
TitleInfants and Young Children in Foster Care: Attending to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Event Date4/23/2020
LocationLansing, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of infant and early childhood mental health, with attention to the mental health concerns for infants and young children (ages 0-5) in foster care.
 
TitleGrief and Loss in Foster Care: How to Support Children and Families
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will help attendees understand the trauma that is experienced not only from removal but through multiple phases of foster care and either reunification or adoption from the perspective of youth and the resource families.
 
TitleHelping Families of Children with Disabilities
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will describe childhood disabilities with an emphasis on physical disabilities. It will present the structural problems and difficulties caregivers face and will critically examine effective intervention strategies and techniques.
 
TitleMultisystemic Therapy: An Overview
Event Date4/29/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionMST is a highly effective evidence-based treatment model. This webinar will provide participants a better understanding of MST’s targeted population and the MST treatment process.
 
TitleEffective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date4/3/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionParticipants will learn the difference between supervision and mentoring. The presenter will define the ingredients of an effective mentor and the rationale and benefits for supervisors and staff giving and receiving constructive and positive feedback.
 
TitleGrandparents as Caregivers
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will review personal and professional perspectives of grandparents as caregivers and the role of these family dynamics will be explored through discussion and reflection in this interactive training.
 
TitleMiTEAM Principles: Effective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationGaylord, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/miteam-principles-effective-supervision-andmentoring-tickets-77941522191
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help attendees identify and implement creative and innovative ways to effectively use supervision and how to use mentoring in an effective and appropriate way as well identify the role of a mentor and how to maximize their time.
 
TitleWhen Self-care Isn’t Enough: Restorative Care
Event Date5/15/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionIn this training, self-care will be redefined to a more comprehensive term, “restorative care.” Participants will learn how restorative care differs from the hackneyed self-care term, which has lost its meaning.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
TitleConnecting Brain and Behavior
Event Date5/19/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on atypical brain development resulting from exposure to prenatal teratogens and/ or prenatal and early childhood chronic trauma.
 
TitleKinship Care Families: Recognizing Unique Strengths and Meeting Relevant Needs
Event Date5/20/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will review demographic information on kinship families, common challenges and strengths of grandparents as caregivers, needs and emotional themes common to children in kinship families, and highlight effects of the opioid crisis.
 
TitleStrategies for Supporting Youth Who Are Coming Out As Transgender
Event Date5/21/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will provide information that will help attendees use appropriate language, identify ways to provide positive support, and consider ways in which youths’ other identities may impact their coming out process.
 
TitleWhat’s Bias Got to Do With It? Toward an Understanding of Cultural Humility, Cultural Competence, and Personal Bias
Event Date5/29/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will examine the role of bias and its impact on cultural competence and cultural humility. Through a series of interactive individual and group exercises as well as the use of media, these three concepts will be explored.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date5/8/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar reviews secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, conditions that expose professionals to secondary traumatic stress, and assess exposure to workplace conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care.
 
TitleUnderstanding Secondary Trauma and the Importance of Professional Self-care
Event Date6/18/2020
LocationLansing, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training teaches professionals to understand the signs of secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace and the conditions that may expose them to secondary traumatic stress.
 
TitleMirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Most Biased of Them All: Values of a Social Worker
Event Date6/19/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will encourage participants to review and acknowledge their personal and professional values and beliefs and identify ways their biases impact their daily professional decision making.
 
TitleHow to Advocate for Families and Services to Facilitate Recovery
Event Date6/26/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will explore new policies that provide support, empower and protect service providers to be advocates for communities and to effectively forge partnerships that produce lasting results in recovery from an addiction.
 
TitleTrauma, Crisis Management, and Working with Kids in Care
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis trauma and crisis management training will provide participants with generalized information regarding trauma, and the effects of abuse and neglect and will demonstrate how experiencing abuse and neglect is often traumatic.
 
TitleWhen the Going Gets Hard: Building Attachment and Bonding While Preventing Disruption and Dissolution
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-the-going-gets-hard-tickets-78108780465
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help workers learn about ways to increase attachment and bonding in creative ways with children of all ages who struggle to attach to their families.
 
TitleCultural Humility: Understanding and Supporting Minority and Youth Populations
Event Date6/4/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how to appropriately approach working with those who may be different than you.  Explore cultural humility, personal and societal values, microaggressions, and ways to support minority populations and youth.
 
TitleSupporting Children with Chronic Pain
Event Date7/17/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.emich.edu/chhs/sw/activities/index.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Eastern Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will review pain assessment in verbal and nonverbal children, identify evidence-based treatments for chronic pain in children, and consider strategies to teach parents adaptive responses to their child’s pain.
 
TitleBeyond “No Means No”: Teaching Families About Body Safety and Consent
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training will teach you techniques to talk to families about body safety (appropriate and inappropriate touching, names for body parts, boundaries). Content will include videos, songs, and resources to implement right away.
 
TitleFostering Recovery with Clients Struggling with Substance Use
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to give you an overview and understanding of current approaches and interventions for clients who have substance use issues.
 
TitleHow Can We Help? Addressing the Emotional and Mental Health Concerns of Children and Youth
Event Date8/10/2020
LocationEscanaba, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-we-help-addressing-the-emotional-andmental- health-concerns-of-children-and-youth-tickets-77935740899
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will focus on the emotional and mental health concerns impacting children and youth. Understanding attachment and the role it plays in emotional and mental health development is critical when working with children, youth, and their families.
 
TitleChild Sexual Abuse Awareness, Prevention, Investigation, and Treatment Education
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationSt. Joseph, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleParent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Transdiagnostic Model to Reduce Toxic Stress in Young Children
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationWebinar
Registration
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of the Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) approach and how high-risk and underserved families benefit from this intervention.
 
TitleChild Welfare Workers: The Ethical Obligation and Opportunities to Advocate for Social Justice
Event Date8/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will explore a conceptual framework that challenges the traditional micro/macro-level practice dichotomy as it relates to the pursuit of social justice.
 
TitleLGBTQIA+ Youth in Foster Care: Recognizing, Responding, and Managing Emotional Pain
Event Date9/11/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of the prevalence of mental health concerns of LGBTQIA+ youth, introduce emotional pain as a concept to consider and methods to deliver services in accordance to ethical standards and obligations.
 
TitleHonoring and Empowering Adolescents
Event Date9/16/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review “normal” adolescent development, identify current issues teens face, as well as how trauma and environmental factors impact this developmental transition time.
 
TitleSuicide Prevention Tools: QPR, C-SSRS, and Safety Plans
Event Date9/18/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will equip participants to more thoroughly address suicide risk with three nationally recognized, evidence-based prevention tools. Participants will learn QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which is coined as the CPR for mental health.
 
collapse Audience : All Child Welfare Professionals ‎(1)
TitleParent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Transdiagnostic Model to Reduce Toxic Stress in Young Children
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php (under Topics of Interest “Webinars” or search course number)
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of the Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) approach and how high-risk and underserved families benefit from this intervention.
 
collapse Audience : Children's Protective Services Specialists ‎(41)
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Grand Haven
Event Date3/10-3/12/20
LocationGrand Haven, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501531&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleTrauma Stewardship and Living Self-care
Event Date3/12/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how witnessing trauma or experiencing your own trauma will impact you. You will learn the signs of compassion fatigue and burnout for yourself and other workers.
 
TitleUnderstanding Human Sexuality and Gender Expression: Impacts for Youth in the Child Welfare System
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression, and will provide an overview of different forms of gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ+ community.
 
TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleHuman Trafficking for Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date3/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review what precisely human trafficking is and how to identify it. Discussion will include how to assess for human trafficking, including warning signs, and MDHHS policies and procedures regarding child victims of human trafficking.
 
TitleMaking Trauma Informed Placement Decisions
Event Date3/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date4/10/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis part didactic, part experiential training will explore practices to engage with child welfare-involved families with caregivers impacted by mental illness.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Shelbyville
Event Date4/13-4/15/20
LocationShelbyville, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501533&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThis training is designed to increase attendees' understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleAdvocating for Children Within the K-12 Educational System
Event Date4/17/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to help foster care, CPS, and adoption workers learn the basic issues that are involved with children in the public school setting—specifically regarding special education and children with disabilities.
 
TitleGrief and Loss in Foster Care: How to Support Children and Families
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will help attendees understand the trauma that is experienced not only from removal but through multiple phases of foster care and either reunification or adoption from the perspective of youth and the resource families.
 
TitleHelping Families of Children with Disabilities
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will describe childhood disabilities with an emphasis on physical disabilities. It will present the structural problems and difficulties caregivers face and will critically examine effective intervention strategies and techniques.
 
TitleMultisystemic Therapy: An Overview
Event Date4/29/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionMST is a highly effective evidence-based treatment model. This webinar will provide participants a better understanding of MST’s targeted population and the MST treatment process.
 
TitleEffective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date4/3/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionParticipants will learn the difference between supervision and mentoring. The presenter will define the ingredients of an effective mentor and the rationale and benefits for supervisors and staff giving and receiving constructive and positive feedback.
 
TitleGrandparents as Caregivers
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will review personal and professional perspectives of grandparents as caregivers and the role of these family dynamics will be explored through discussion and reflection in this interactive training.
 
TitleMiTEAM Principles: Effective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationGaylord, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/miteam-principles-effective-supervision-andmentoring-tickets-77941522191
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help attendees identify and implement creative and innovative ways to effectively use supervision and how to use mentoring in an effective and appropriate way as well identify the role of a mentor and how to maximize their time.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Mt. Pleasant
Event Date5/11-5/13/20
LocationMt. Pleasant, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501581&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleWhen Self-care Isn’t Enough: Restorative Care
Event Date5/15/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionIn this training, self-care will be redefined to a more comprehensive term, “restorative care.” Participants will learn how restorative care differs from the hackneyed self-care term, which has lost its meaning.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
TitleConnecting Brain and Behavior
Event Date5/19/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on atypical brain development resulting from exposure to prenatal teratogens and/ or prenatal and early childhood chronic trauma.
 
TitleKinship Care Families: Recognizing Unique Strengths and Meeting Relevant Needs
Event Date5/20/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will review demographic information on kinship families, common challenges and strengths of grandparents as caregivers, needs and emotional themes common to children in kinship families, and highlight effects of the opioid crisis.
 
TitleStrategies for Supporting Youth Who Are Coming Out As Transgender
Event Date5/21/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will provide information that will help attendees use appropriate language, identify ways to provide positive support, and consider ways in which youths’ other identities may impact their coming out process.
 
TitleWhat’s Bias Got to Do With It? Toward an Understanding of Cultural Humility, Cultural Competence, and Personal Bias
Event Date5/29/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will examine the role of bias and its impact on cultural competence and cultural humility. Through a series of interactive individual and group exercises as well as the use of media, these three concepts will be explored.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date5/8/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar reviews secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, conditions that expose professionals to secondary traumatic stress, and assess exposure to workplace conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care.
 
TitleUnderstanding Secondary Trauma and the Importance of Professional Self-care
Event Date6/18/2020
LocationLansing, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training teaches professionals to understand the signs of secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace and the conditions that may expose them to secondary traumatic stress.
 
TitleMirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Most Biased of Them All: Values of a Social Worker
Event Date6/19/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will encourage participants to review and acknowledge their personal and professional values and beliefs and identify ways their biases impact their daily professional decision making.
 
TitleHow to Advocate for Families and Services to Facilitate Recovery
Event Date6/26/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will explore new policies that provide support, empower and protect service providers to be advocates for communities and to effectively forge partnerships that produce lasting results in recovery from an addiction.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Traverse City
Event Date6/2-6/4/20
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501583&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase attendees' understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleTrauma, Crisis Management, and Working with Kids in Care
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis trauma and crisis management training will provide participants with generalized information regarding trauma, and the effects of abuse and neglect and will demonstrate how experiencing abuse and neglect is often traumatic.
 
TitleWhen the Going Gets Hard: Building Attachment and Bonding While Preventing Disruption and Dissolution
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-the-going-gets-hard-tickets-78108780465
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help workers learn about ways to increase attachment and bonding in creative ways with children of all ages who struggle to attach to their families.
 
TitleCultural Humility: Understanding and Supporting Minority and Youth Populations
Event Date6/4/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how to appropriately approach working with those who may be different than you.  Explore cultural humility, personal and societal values, microaggressions, and ways to support minority populations and youth.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Iron Mountain
Event Date7/14-7/16/20
LocationIron Mountain, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501597&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleSupporting Children with Chronic Pain
Event Date7/17/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.emich.edu/chhs/sw/activities/index.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Eastern Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will review pain assessment in verbal and nonverbal children, identify evidence-based treatments for chronic pain in children, and consider strategies to teach parents adaptive responses to their child’s pain.
 
TitleBeyond “No Means No”: Teaching Families About Body Safety and Consent
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training will teach you techniques to talk to families about body safety (appropriate and inappropriate touching, names for body parts, boundaries). Content will include videos, songs, and resources to implement right away.
 
TitleFostering Recovery with Clients Struggling with Substance Use
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to give you an overview and understanding of current approaches and interventions for clients who have substance use issues.
 
TitleHow Can We Help? Addressing the Emotional and Mental Health Concerns of Children and Youth
Event Date8/10/2020
LocationEscanaba, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-we-help-addressing-the-emotional-andmental- health-concerns-of-children-and-youth-tickets-77935740899
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will focus on the emotional and mental health concerns impacting children and youth. Understanding attachment and the role it plays in emotional and mental health development is critical when working with children, youth, and their families.
 
TitleChild Sexual Abuse Awareness, Prevention, Investigation, and Treatment Education
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationSt. Joseph, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleParent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Transdiagnostic Model to Reduce Toxic Stress in Young Children
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of the Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) approach and how high-risk and underserved families benefit from this intervention.
 
TitleChild Welfare Workers: The Ethical Obligation and Opportunities to Advocate for Social Justice
Event Date8/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will explore a conceptual framework that challenges the traditional micro/macro-level practice dichotomy as it relates to the pursuit of social justice.
 
TitleLGBTQIA+ Youth in Foster Care: Recognizing, Responding, and Managing Emotional Pain
Event Date9/11/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of the prevalence of mental health concerns of LGBTQIA+ youth, introduce emotional pain as a concept to consider and methods to deliver services in accordance to ethical standards and obligations.
 
TitleHonoring and Empowering Adolescents
Event Date9/16/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review “normal” adolescent development, identify current issues teens face, as well as how trauma and environmental factors impact this developmental transition time.
 
TitleSuicide Prevention Tools: QPR, C-SSRS, and Safety Plans
Event Date9/18/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will equip participants to more thoroughly address suicide risk with three nationally recognized, evidence-based prevention tools. Participants will learn QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which is coined as the CPR for mental health.
 
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TitleChild Welfare Workers: The Ethical Obligation and Opportunities to Advocate for Social Justice
Event Date8/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will explore a conceptual framework that challenges the traditional micro/macro-level practice dichotomy as it relates to the pursuit of social justice.
 
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TitleTrauma Stewardship and Living Self-care
Event Date3/12/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how witnessing trauma or experiencing your own trauma will impact you. You will learn the signs of compassion fatigue and burnout for yourself and other workers.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting LGBTQ Adoptive and Foster Families
Event Date3/13/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will highlight not only the importance of having services tailored to LGBTQ adoptive parents and their families, but also it will include specific recommendations for best practices.
 
TitleUnderstanding Human Sexuality and Gender Expression: Impacts for Youth in the Child Welfare System
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will discuss the difference between sexuality and gender expression, and will provide an overview of different forms of gender expression and sexuality as understood in the LGBTQ+ community.
 
TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleHuman Trafficking for Child Welfare Professionals
Event Date3/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review what precisely human trafficking is and how to identify it. Discussion will include how to assess for human trafficking, including warning signs, and MDHHS policies and procedures regarding child victims of human trafficking.
 
TitleMaking Trauma Informed Placement Decisions
Event Date3/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionIn this webinar, you will learn how trauma affects children’s placements and how child welfare professionals can make placement decisions that are trauma informed.
 
TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date4/10/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis part didactic, part experiential training will explore practices to engage with child welfare-involved families with caregivers impacted by mental illness.
 
TitleAdvocating for Children Within the K-12 Educational System
Event Date4/17/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to help foster care, CPS, and adoption workers learn the basic issues that are involved with children in the public school setting—specifically regarding special education and children with disabilities.
 
TitleInfants and Young Children in Foster Care: Attending to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health
Event Date4/23/2020
LocationLansing, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of infant and early childhood mental health, with attention to the mental health concerns for infants and young children (ages 0-5) in foster care.
 
TitleGrief and Loss in Foster Care: How to Support Children and Families
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will help attendees understand the trauma that is experienced not only from removal but through multiple phases of foster care and either reunification or adoption from the perspective of youth and the resource families.
 
TitleHelping Families of Children with Disabilities
Event Date4/24/2020
LocationBig Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will describe childhood disabilities with an emphasis on physical disabilities. It will present the structural problems and difficulties caregivers face and will critically examine effective intervention strategies and techniques.
 
TitleMultisystemic Therapy: An Overview
Event Date4/29/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionMST is a highly effective evidence-based treatment model. This webinar will provide participants a better understanding of MST’s targeted population and the MST treatment process.
 
TitleEffective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date4/3/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionParticipants will learn the difference between supervision and mentoring. The presenter will define the ingredients of an effective mentor and the rationale and benefits for supervisors and staff giving and receiving constructive and positive feedback.
 
TitleGrandparents as Caregivers
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will review personal and professional perspectives of grandparents as caregivers and the role of these family dynamics will be explored through discussion and reflection in this interactive training.
 
TitleMiTEAM Principles: Effective Supervision and Mentoring
Event Date5/1/2020
LocationGaylord, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/miteam-principles-effective-supervision-andmentoring-tickets-77941522191
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help attendees identify and implement creative and innovative ways to effectively use supervision and how to use mentoring in an effective and appropriate way as well identify the role of a mentor and how to maximize their time.
 
TitleWhen Self-care Isn’t Enough: Restorative Care
Event Date5/15/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionIn this training, self-care will be redefined to a more comprehensive term, “restorative care.” Participants will learn how restorative care differs from the hackneyed self-care term, which has lost its meaning.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
TitleConnecting Brain and Behavior
Event Date5/19/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will focus on atypical brain development resulting from exposure to prenatal teratogens and/ or prenatal and early childhood chronic trauma.
 
TitleKinship Care Families: Recognizing Unique Strengths and Meeting Relevant Needs
Event Date5/20/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will review demographic information on kinship families, common challenges and strengths of grandparents as caregivers, needs and emotional themes common to children in kinship families, and highlight effects of the opioid crisis.
 
TitleStrategies for Supporting Youth Who Are Coming Out As Transgender
Event Date5/21/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis training will provide information that will help attendees use appropriate language, identify ways to provide positive support, and consider ways in which youths’ other identities may impact their coming out process.
 
TitleWhat’s Bias Got to Do With It? Toward an Understanding of Cultural Humility, Cultural Competence, and Personal Bias
Event Date5/29/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will examine the role of bias and its impact on cultural competence and cultural humility. Through a series of interactive individual and group exercises as well as the use of media, these three concepts will be explored.
 
TitleMindfulness, Wellness, and Creative Self-care for the Helping Professional
Event Date5/8/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar reviews secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace, conditions that expose professionals to secondary traumatic stress, and assess exposure to workplace conditions that may impact your mental health, wellness, and self-care.
 
TitleUnderstanding Secondary Trauma and the Importance of Professional Self-care
Event Date6/18/2020
LocationLansing, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training teaches professionals to understand the signs of secondary traumatic stress exposure in the workplace and the conditions that may expose them to secondary traumatic stress.
 
TitleMirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Most Biased of Them All: Values of a Social Worker
Event Date6/19/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will encourage participants to review and acknowledge their personal and professional values and beliefs and identify ways their biases impact their daily professional decision making.
 
TitleHow to Advocate for Families and Services to Facilitate Recovery
Event Date6/26/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will explore new policies that provide support, empower and protect service providers to be advocates for communities and to effectively forge partnerships that produce lasting results in recovery from an addiction.
 
TitleTrauma, Crisis Management, and Working with Kids in Care
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ferris.edu/socialwork/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Ferris State University
DescriptionThis trauma and crisis management training will provide participants with generalized information regarding trauma, and the effects of abuse and neglect and will demonstrate how experiencing abuse and neglect is often traumatic.
 
TitleWhen the Going Gets Hard: Building Attachment and Bonding While Preventing Disruption and Dissolution
Event Date6/3/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/when-the-going-gets-hard-tickets-78108780465
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will help workers learn about ways to increase attachment and bonding in creative ways with children of all ages who struggle to attach to their families.
 
TitleCultural Humility: Understanding and Supporting Minority and Youth Populations
Event Date6/4/2020
LocationKalamazoo, MI
Registrationhttp://wmich.edu/hhs/continuing
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Western Michigan University
DescriptionIn this training, you will begin to understand how to appropriately approach working with those who may be different than you.  Explore cultural humility, personal and societal values, microaggressions, and ways to support minority populations and youth.
 
TitleSupporting Children with Chronic Pain
Event Date7/17/2020
LocationYpsilanti, MI
Registrationhttps://www.emich.edu/chhs/sw/activities/index.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Eastern Michigan University
DescriptionThis training will review pain assessment in verbal and nonverbal children, identify evidence-based treatments for chronic pain in children, and consider strategies to teach parents adaptive responses to their child’s pain.
 
TitleBeyond “No Means No”: Teaching Families About Body Safety and Consent
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training will teach you techniques to talk to families about body safety (appropriate and inappropriate touching, names for body parts, boundaries). Content will include videos, songs, and resources to implement right away.
 
TitleFostering Recovery with Clients Struggling with Substance Use
Event Date7/24/2020
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ce/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis training is designed to give you an overview and understanding of current approaches and interventions for clients who have substance use issues.
 
TitleHow Can We Help? Addressing the Emotional and Mental Health Concerns of Children and Youth
Event Date8/10/2020
LocationEscanaba, MI
Registrationhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-can-we-help-addressing-the-emotional-andmental- health-concerns-of-children-and-youth-tickets-77935740899
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Spring Arbor University
DescriptionThis training will focus on the emotional and mental health concerns impacting children and youth. Understanding attachment and the role it plays in emotional and mental health development is critical when working with children, youth, and their families.
 
TitleChild Sexual Abuse Awareness, Prevention, Investigation, and Treatment Education
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationSt. Joseph, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleParent-Child Interaction Therapy: A Transdiagnostic Model to Reduce Toxic Stress in Young Children
Event Date8/28/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will provide an overview of the Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) approach and how high-risk and underserved families benefit from this intervention.
 
TitleChild Welfare Workers: The Ethical Obligation and Opportunities to Advocate for Social Justice
Event Date8/5/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will explore a conceptual framework that challenges the traditional micro/macro-level practice dichotomy as it relates to the pursuit of social justice.
 
TitleLGBTQIA+ Youth in Foster Care: Recognizing, Responding, and Managing Emotional Pain
Event Date9/11/2020
LocationAnn Arbor, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: University of Michigan
DescriptionThis training will provide an overview of the prevalence of mental health concerns of LGBTQIA+ youth, introduce emotional pain as a concept to consider and methods to deliver services in accordance to ethical standards and obligations.
 
TitleHonoring and Empowering Adolescents
Event Date9/16/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://socialwork.msu.edu/ceu/catalog.php
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Michigan State University
DescriptionThis webinar will review “normal” adolescent development, identify current issues teens face, as well as how trauma and environmental factors impact this developmental transition time.
 
TitleSuicide Prevention Tools: QPR, C-SSRS, and Safety Plans
Event Date9/18/2020
LocationGrand Rapids, MI
Registrationhttp://www.gvsu.edu/swce
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Grand Valley State University
DescriptionThis training will equip participants to more thoroughly address suicide risk with three nationally recognized, evidence-based prevention tools. Participants will learn QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer), which is coined as the CPR for mental health.
 
collapse Audience : Jurists ‎(1)
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
collapse Audience : Lawyer-Guardians Ad Litem ‎(1)
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
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TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Grand Haven
Event Date3/10-3/12/20
LocationGrand Haven, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501531&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Shelbyville
Event Date4/13-4/15/20
LocationShelbyville, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501533&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThis training is designed to increase attendees' understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Mt. Pleasant
Event Date5/11-5/13/20
LocationMt. Pleasant, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501581&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Traverse City
Event Date6/2-6/4/20
LocationTraverse City, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501583&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase attendees' understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
TitleForensic Interviewing:  The Next Step Iron Mountain
Event Date7/14-7/16/20
LocationIron Mountain, MI
Registrationhttps://www.ciclt.net/sn/events/e_signup.aspx?ClientCode=paam&E_ID=501597&RegType=ATT
ProviderProsecuting Attorneys Association of Michigan, Child Abuse Training Services
DescriptionThe training is designed to increase your understanding of the primary features of forensic interviewing and provide information to enhance your interviewing skills.
 
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TitleWorking with Parents Coping with Mental Illness
Event Date3/20/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://ssw.umich.edu/continuing-education/catalog
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training, Darkness to Light – Stewards of Children (www.d2l.org), is an evidence-informed, award-winning training that teaches adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse.
 
TitleUnderstanding and Supporting the Infant-Parent Relationship Affected by Substance Use
Event Date5/18/2020
LocationWebinar
Registrationhttps://051820infantparent.eventbrite.com
ProviderState Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division
DescriptionThis web-based meeting will explore how the infant-parent relationship may be affected by prenatal or postnatal substance abuse.
 
TitleWhat’s Bias Got to Do With It? Toward an Understanding of Cultural Humility, Cultural Competence, and Personal Bias
Event Date5/29/2020
LocationBerrien Springs, MI
Registrationhttps://www.andrews.edu/cas/socialwork/continuing/
ProviderDHHS, University In-Service: Andrews University
DescriptionThis training will examine the role of bias and its impact on cultural competence and cultural humility. Through a series of interactive individual and group exercises as well as the use of media, these three concepts will be explored.
 
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This project was funded by a federal Children’s Justice Act grant to the Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect administered through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, under Section 107(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f) of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) (42 U.S.C. 5106c et seq.) as amended by Public Law (P.L.) 111-320 enacted December 20, 2012, and the Victims of Crime Act of 1984, as amended (42 U.S.C. 10603 et seq.). In addition, this is a project of the Governor’s Task Force on Child Abuse Neglect, chaired by Detective Annie M. Harrison of the Ingham County Sheriff's Office.

 
 
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