Strengthen your ability to work effectively with youth in residential care settings. Apply an interactive, developmental and case management perspective in your work with youth who face special risks and challenges. Use a relationship based, skill-development and discovery learning approach. Become well versed in developmental care, crisis intervention, family relationships, group work and human sexuality. This course meets state training requirements for youth workers in out-of-home care programs (e.g., group homes, residential care, and shelters). Dates: Feb 27-May 8 Instructor: Gevon Daynuah Fee: $180 CEUs: 4 (40 hours)
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