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Highlights
Scott D. Miller, PhD:
   “What Works” in
   Therapy: How to
   Improve the
   Effectiveness of Your
   Clinical Work page 4

The Balancing Act of Dr.
   Melfi and Tony
   Soprano: Walking the
   Tightrope of Ethical
   Clinical Practice in
   Trauma Work page 4

Words That Change
  Minds, Mastering the
  Language of Influence
  page 5

“Children Who Kill”:
   Understanding
   Extreme Violence in
   Children page 6

Administrative
  Management
  Certificate Program-
  Institute for
  Nonprofit Agencies
  page 13
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                                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS
           Addictions/Substance Use:
              Assessing Lethality ......................................................................................................................................................................Page 9
              From Wrestling to Dancing: A Motivational Interviewing Approach to Client Behavior Change ..................................Page 7
              Methamphetamine: Emerging Trends in Proliferation, Treatment and Prevention ...........................................................Page 6
              Solution Focused Approaches to Difficult Client Situations ..................................................................................................Page 8
              NEW! “What Works” in Therapy: How to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Clinical Work .........................................Page 4
              NEW! Words That Change Minds, Mastering the Language of Influence ..........................................................................Page 5

           Administration and Management:
              Fall 2010 Administrative Management Certificate Program- Institute for Nonprofit Agencies ......................................Page 13
              NEW! Words That Change Minds, Mastering the Language of Influence ..........................................................................Page 5

           Children, Adolescents and Families, and General Practice Topics:
               NEW! “Children Who Kill”: Understanding Extreme Violence in Children ......................................................................Page 6
               Effects of Domestic Violence on Child Witnesses ....................................................................................................................Page 6
               New Medications: Staying Current in Psychopharmacology Treatments for Mental Health Disorders ........................Page 6
               NEW! “What Works” in Therapy: How to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Clinical Work .........................................Page 4
               NEW! Words That Change Minds, Mastering the Language of Influence ..........................................................................Page 5

           Credit Courses (or take as a workshop):
               Assessing Lethality (trauma elective) ........................................................................................................................................Page 9
               Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety and Depression in Adolescents ..........................................................................Page 8
               From Wrestling to Dancing: A Motivational Interviewing Approach to Client Behavior Change ..................................Page 7
               Helping Children & Families Cope with Loss: What Color is Dead? (trauma elective) ....................................................Page 8
               Overview of Interventions with Traumatized Individuals and Their Families (trauma elective) ...................................Page 9
               Play Based Interventions and Approaches ...............................................................................................................................Page 9
               Schema Focused Therapy: Understanding Lifetraps (trauma skill intervention) .............................................................Page 8
               Solution Focused Approaches to Difficult Client Situations ..................................................................................................Page 8

           Social Work Licensing Exam Preparation Program ......................................................................................................................Page 7

           Trauma (take workshops individually or as part of the Required or Elective courses in the Trauma
             Counseling Certificate Program)
               Effects of Domestic Violence on Child Witnesses (elective) ...................................................................................................Page 6
               Schema Focused Therapy: Understanding Lifetraps (trauma skill intervention) .............................................................Page 8
               NEW! The Balancing Act of Dr. Melfi & Tony Soprano: Ethical Clinical Practice in Trauma Work (elective) ...............Page 4
               Trauma Counseling Certificate Program Application ............................................................................................................Page 12
               NEW! What Works” in Therapy: How to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Clinical Work (elective) ..........................Page 4
           **See the Credit Course list for other trauma courses which can also be taken as noncredit workshops.
           Contact Information ............................................................................................................................................................................Page 3
           Credentialing/CEU Information .......................................................................................................................................................Page 3
           Discount Information .........................................................................................................................................................................Page 3
           Driving Directions and Hotel Information ....................................................................................................................................Page 11
           Evidence Level Classification System .............................................................................................................................................Page 10
           General Information ...........................................................................................................................................................................Page 11
           MSW Recruitment Session ................................................................................................................................................................Page 10
           NYS OASAS Credentialing Information .......................................................................................................................................Page 3
           Registration Forms ...................................................................................................................................................................Pages 14 & 15
           Registration Information and Instructions ....................................................................................................................................Page 11


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                                 CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT


                                               September 8th – 10th, 2010
                                   Crowne Plaza Fallsview, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada
         The Decolonizing Indigenous Health Research Conference has four themes related to decolonizing Indigenous
       health: Knowledge Sharing, Mentorship, Health and Wellness, and Seven Generations. The conference provides an
        opportunity for community members, educators, health workers, researchers, and students to meet and to learn
                from each other about current issues, practice, and research findings related to Indigenous health.
                                   Visit the website for details and registration www.dihrc.org
4                                           WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS
                                                      FEATURED PRESENTATIONS
     Do not miss
        these
    opportunities!                             “What Works” in Therapy:
                                  How to Improve the Effectiveness of Your Clinical Work

     Instructor: Scott D. Miller, PhD, co-founder                                             Research on this approach conducted at
     of the Center for Clinical Excellence, and the                                           multiple sites across a wide range of clients
     co-director of the Institute for the Study of                                            and presenting complaints, indicates that
     Therapeutic Change, Chicago, Illinois.                                                   clinicians can improve the outcomes of those
     Based on research related to evaluating                                                  cases most at risk for failure by as much as
     treatment effectiveness, Dr. Miller trains and                                           65%.
     consults throughout the United States and
     abroad, to help agencies and clinicians                                                    Learning Objectives: identify the evidence-
     achieve superior results. He also          has                                             based factors responsible for client change
     written numerous books and articles such                                                   in treatment, regardless of professional
     as, The Heart and Soul of Change: What Works                                               discipline or preferred treatment model;
     in Therapy and The Heroic Client: A Revolu-                                                review the research and history pertaining
     tionary Way to Improve Effectiveness through                                               to the Outcome Rating Scale and Session
     Client-Directed Outcome Informed Therapy.                                                  Rating Scale; learn systematic ways to assess
                                                                                                the clients' perceptions of progress and
     Overview: For today's practitioner, finding                                                satisfaction so that therapy may be
     reliable information about “what works” in therapy—                   empirically tailored to the individuals' needs and
     separating fact from fiction—can be challenging. Since the            characteristics; utilize the simple and reliable Outcome Rating
     1960's, the number of treatment approaches has exploded,              Scale and Session Rating Scale for evaluating progress and
     going from 60 to over 400 at last count.” So, “what works?”           outcome in treatment; identify three ways for therapists to use
     Drawing from a comprehensive review of 40 years of outcome            the information about session-by-session impact to enhance the
     research, content focuses on practical, common sense, and             services they are delivering to clients. Course content reflects
     empirically-supported therapeutic skills that can be used for         evidence levels A, B, C- see page 10.
     the efficient and effective resolution of problems trauma
     survivors and other clients bring to treatment. Regardless of                  This workshop offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward
     which evidence-based or other treatment approach being used,                    the Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.
     clinicians need to assess its effectiveness. This dynamic training
     will provide clinicians with a simple, valid, and reliable option     Date: Wednesday, July 21, 2010           Training Hours: 6
     for maximizing the effectiveness and efficiency of treatment          Location: UB Center for Tomorrow         CEU's: .6
     based on using ongoing client feedback to empirically tailor          Time: 8:45 am to 4:30 pm
     services to the individual client needs and characteristics: the      Special Price: $99/$89 certificate participants,
     Outcome Rating Scale and Session Rating Scale. Videos of use                         group discounts see page 3
     with clients will demonstrate application of these tools.



                                  The Balancing Act of Dr. Melfi and Tony Soprano:
                           Walking the Tightrope of Ethical Clinical Practice in Trauma Work

                                      Instructor: Lisa R. Ferentz, MSW, LCSW-C, Diplomate of the American Psychotherapy Association;
                                      President and Founder of The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy and Education, Inc.; Clinical
                                      Instructor at the University of Maryland Dept. of Family and Community Medicine; private
                                      practitioner and clinical consultant specializing in trauma; in 2009, she was given the "Social Worker
                                      of the Year" Award by the Maryland Society for Clinical Social Work.

                                      Overview: For new and experienced staff, this highly interactive training will explore, in creative
                                      and fun ways, ethics in trauma work and process the many red flags that indicate a possible
                                      deviation in the standard of care. Issues include: establishing a therapeutic relationship with a
                                      trauma survivor; confidentiality; general conduct; the client-therapist relationship; sexual
                                      misconduct; boundaries; conflicts of interest; legal obligations, the duty to warn and report;
                                      handling addiction; and termination. Participants will have the opportunity to process a variety of
                                      scenes depicting the fascinating therapeutic alliance between Dr. Melfi and mob boss Tony Soprano
                                      from the HBO series "The Sopranos." These clinical encounters, with their victim/perpetrator

                                                                                                                         Continued next page
                                           WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS                                                                                   5
                                                     FEATURED PRESENTATIONS
  Do not miss
     these
 opportunities!                               Ethical Clinical Practice in Trauma Work
                                                                   Continued

dynamics will allow us to process scenarios that both subtly and         the standard of care in the client- therapist relationship; identify at
overtly challenge professional ethics and trigger counter-               least three deviations in sexual conduct; provide three examples of
transferential responses in the helping professional. Issues of          conflicts of interest in the client-therapist relationship as outlined;
professional competence, appropriate service provision and               provide three examples of how counter-transference creates
referring to specialized clinicians will be discussed. Trauma            deviations in the standard of care and at least five ways in which
survivors appear in many settings in addition to individual mental       clients' transferential responses test the limits of ethical practice;
health therapy including addictions programs, group counseling,          identify ethical guidelines for appropriate termination. Course
case management, health care, etc. We have an ethical responsi-          content reflects evidence levels C, D and E- see page 10.
bility to provide trauma-informed care in all of these environ-
ments. Throughout the training, participants will have the                          This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward the
                                                                                     Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.
opportunity to apply ethical issues to actual case examples that
resonate with all of these practice settings.                            Date: Monday, July 26, 2010              Training Hours: 6
                                                                         Location: UB Center for Tomorrow         CEU's: .6
Learning Objectives: review the general ethics of the need to            Time: 8:45 am to 4:30 pm                 Fee: $99/$89 certificate
provide trauma-informed care; identify common ethical concerns                                                     participants, group
as they relate to boundaries, general conduct and confidentiality;                                                 discounts see page 3
describe at least five red flags that indicate a possible deviation in



                           Words That Change Minds, Mastering the Language of Influence

Instructor: Kenneth Allen, LCSW-C, owns                                                        styles where it is utilized to assist managers,
and directs a Behavioral Health Practice in                                                    companies, and organizations around the
Pasadena, Maryland; consultant and trainer                                                     globe to work together more effectively. For
to agencies and corporations in                                                                managers, the LAB can be useful in hiring,
communication, people skills, and the                                                          inter-viewing, and writing. It has been the
change process; Cognitive Behavioral                                                           base for designing job descriptions and
Specialist, expert treating mood disorders                                                     advertise-ments. Once you understand a
and complex PTSD; Certified Neuro-                                                             person's language you can design your
Linguistic Programming practitioner and                                                        responses to engage them and maximize their
Certified Trainer of Words that Change                                                         energy and motivation. This program can be
Minds, the Language and Behavioral Profile;                                                    used with individuals or groups that have a
continuing education trainer for the School of                                                 need to interact, communicate, and work
Social Work, University of Maryland at                                                         together to avoid problems, achieve goals, or
Baltimore.                                                                                     take action and make an improvement or a
                                                                                               change. It is equally effective when working
Overview: Would you like to know what                                                          with clients in a clinical setting as well as
motivates your clients or staff to perform or change? Would it           employees in a human service setting. Case examples will be
interest you to be able to clarify the differences that block            provided to illustrate use with clients and employees/co-workers.
communication between people at work or at home; and then have           There will be a priority of having some fun!
a strategy to more effectively communicate interventions? Would
you like to learn to design compelling statements to build deep          Learning Objectives: review a mix of the motivational and
rapport with people? Words that Change Minds, the Language and           behavioral traits of the LAB Profile; begin to identify your own
Behavior Profile (LAB), was developed in 1985 and is a process of        motivational style for improved professional and personal growth;
using a person's language to deeply understand how they are              view client or staff 'problems' in an improved or different way; tap
motivated, make decisions, and act. Using a set of a dozen               into people's personal strengths and values to build more effective
questions that are easily woven into casual conversation, or used        results and change; improve or change your communication style
more formally as a group survey, it helps you pay attention to how       to better energize the people you work with. Course content reflects
people talk when they answer, thus providing you with valuable           evidence level D- see page 10.
insights about what they find compelling. As an advanced
communication toolset, it easily melds with Cognitive, Solution          Date: Friday, July 23, 2010                 Training Hours: 6
Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Eriksonian and Problem               Location: UB Center for Tomorrow            CEU's: .6
Solving approaches. It is a natural fit with mediators and any           Time: 8:45 am to 4:30 pm                    Fee: $89, group
negotiation. The LAB Profile also fits with various management                                                          discounts see page 3
6                                              WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

                     New Medications:                                        its street names, usage/administration, manufacturing process and the
    Staying Current in Psychopharmacology Treatments                         pharmacology of the drug and its effect on the body/mind; discuss the
                for Mental Health Disorders                                  impact on society, law enforcement, social agencies and health care;
                                                                             review the latest treatment responses to meth addiction and explore
Instructor: Dr. Eileen Trigoboff, RN, PMHCNS-BC, DNS, DABFN,                 how meth prevention can be added to science based programs without
CIP; clinical nurse specialist with a doctorate in nursing science           jeopardizing fidelity to the programs; and review safety issues
specializing in psychiatric nursing and psychopharmacology; Director         (especially important if meth use is suspected). Course content reflects
of Program Evaluation at Buffalo Psychiatric Center; private practice        evidence levels C, D, F- see page 10.
clinician, consultant, triple Board certified, trainer and author of
numerous books and journal publications, Buffalo, New York.                  Date: Monday, July 19, 2010                Training Hours: 6
                                                                             Location: UB Center for Tomorrow           CEU's: .6
Overview: This workshop is for new as well as experienced staff who          Time: 8:45 am to 4:30 pm                   Fee: $89, group discounts
need current information about new medications being prescribed for                                                        see page 3
adults and children with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and
schizophrenia. Whether working with a client who has already been
prescribed a medication or advocating for someone who needs a                                   “Children Who Kill”:
medication or a medication change, understanding the latest                          Understanding Extreme Violence in Children
developments in psychopharmacology is essential. The use of Saphris,
Fanapt, and Pristiq are just a few of the medications that will be           Instructor: Kenneth J. Duszynski, MEd, CRC, Director of Forensic
discussed. Marketed medications and investigational compounds                Services at Mid Erie Counseling & Treatment Services; twenty years
with promise will be explored. Content will include the use and main         experience in the criminal justice area; certified police academy trainer
effects of current medication protocols in treatment of mental health        for mental health issues, Buffalo, New York.
disorders as well as the latest research contributing to the clinical
application of these medications.                                            Overview: Every day we are confronted by more and more headline
                                                                             stories which appear to report senseless homicidal violence and other
Learning Objectives:         review overall classes of psychiatric           acts of extreme violence perpetrated by youth. School shootings, gang
medications currently being marketed; discuss clinical uses of the           drive-bys, family massacres and serious assaults which lead to serious
medications; potential problems with these medications as treatment;         physical injury seem to be more and more prevalent. Violent behavior
recognize specified effects/side effects of these medications in clinical    in a child at any age must be taken seriously and is a unique set of
practice. Course content reflects evidence levels A, B, C, D- see page 10.   behaviors that needs to be handled specifically. For staff with some
                                                                             experience, this workshop will examine the causes, analyze the
Date: Friday, July 30, 2010                Training Hours: 6                 specifics of the behaviors and begin to pose solutions to the problem.
Location: UB Center for Tomorrow           CEUs: .6
Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm                    Fee: $89, group discounts         Learning Objectives: review the nature and scope of the problem of
                                              see page 3                     youth violence; identity the personality characteristics, risk factors and
                                                                             warning signs of psychopathic youth (age four through adolescence);
                                                                             discuss the truth behind treatment success with these individuals;
           Methamphetamine: Emerging Trends in                               obtain and discuss effective management strategies (prevention and
           Proliferation, Treatment and Prevention                           treatment options) to work with these children and adolescents in an
                                                                             effective and humane manner. Course content reflects evidence levels
Instructor: Eric Perry, BS, CASAC, CPP, Senior Prevention Specialist,        A, B, C, D, E, F- see page 10.
Wyoming County Partners for Prevention, Warsaw, New York.
                                                                             Date: Tuesday, July 20, 2010               Training Hours: 6
Overview: A full-day training to provide participants with infor-            Location: UB Center for Tomorrow           CEU's: .6
mation about methamphetamine issues. Methamphetamine                         Time: 8:45 am to 4:30 pm                   Fee: $89, group discounts
manufacture and usage is becoming a more local problem as                                                                  see page 3
evidenced by the many meth lab arrests in the WNY area. It is essential
that treatment and non-treatment professionals have current
information and strategies for addressing the many consequences that              Effects of Domestic Violence on Child Witnesses
are connected to meth's use and manufacture. This workshop will
provide background information about meth, statistics on the                 Instructor: Tara Hughes, LCSW-R, Emergency/Disaster Mental
prevalence of use and the impact that the drug has had on society,           Health Consultant; Adjunct Faculty, University at Buffalo School of
including the effects on children. This workshop will also explore the       Social Work; twenty-two years experience with children, adults, and
signs and symptoms of use, referrals, and individual safety concerns.        families in crisis in various settings including extensive work with
Treatment and prevention issues that are unique to this drug will also       issues such as sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, traumatic
be addressed.                                                                accidents, and devastation after natural disasters; trained in Critical
                                                                             Incident Stress Management through the International Critical
Learning Objectives: review the history of meth and current
prevalence and trends; learn to identify the drug methamphetamine,                                                               Continued next page.
                                                WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS                                                                             7
                  Effects of Domestic Violence                                                 Social Work Licensing
                                Continued
                                                                                           Examination Preparation Program
Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF); New York State Disaster Mental
Health Lead and instructor with American Red Cross, Buffalo, New             Instructors: Denise Krause, LCSW, Clinical Associate Professor and
York.                                                                        Associate Dean for Community Engagement; Susan Green, LCSW,
                                                                             Clinical Associate Professor; Kathryn Kendall, LCSW, Assistant Dean
Overview: The workshop will focus on the many ways children are
                                                                             for Admissions and Recruitment, University at Buffalo School of Social
affected by domestic violence; inclusive of social, developmental,
                                                                             Work, Buffalo, New York.
emotional and cognitive. Special focus will be placed on Post
Traumatic Stress Disorder, and the potential for long term negative
                                                                             Overview: Two-day intensive review program to prepare MSW
effects as a result of exposure. The presenter will offer some techniques
                                                                             graduates to pass the LMSW and LCSW state licensing exams. Consists
and tools for assessing domestic violence exposure, will offer
                                                                             of comprehensive reviews of social work practice, policy, theory and
techniques on talking with children exposed to violence, and will
                                                                             test taking techniques to increase speed and accuracy. Participants
present techniques to help parents reconnect to their children after
                                                                             receive the current two volume Social Work Examination Services
violence has occurred.
                                                                             Comprehensive Study Guide with 1400 sample questions and practice
Learning Objectives: review the continuum of children's exposure to          tests. **If a participant should not pass the exam, they may retake the
domestic violence; identify the short and long term risks associated         course at no additional cost, although there is a charge if a new set of
with exposure to domestic violence for children; identify variables that     books is requested.
affect a child's response to domestic violence; identify clinical themes
that emerge in working with children affected by domestic violence;                   Date: Thursday & Friday, June 3 & 4, 2010
review the use of a variety of assessment and intervention techniques                 Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York
for working with children impacted by domestic violence exposure.                     Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm each day
Course content reflects evidence levels B, C, D- see page 10.                         Fee: $289 (includes books)

            This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours towards the
               Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.

Date: Thursday, July 29, 2010               Training Hours: 6
Location: UB Center for Tomorrow            CEU's: .6
Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm                     Fee: $89/$79 certificate
                                             participants, group
                                             discounts see page 3



                       2010 MSW Graduate Credit Courses and Workshops
                                                          Open to Lifelong Learners!
                                     Credit courses are open to MSW students as well as individuals who are
                                          not currently enrolled in the full or part-time MSW program.


         From Wrestling to Dancing: A Motivational                           changing problematic behaviors is an occurrence that extends well
     Interviewing Approach to Client Behavior Change
                                                                             beyond “addictive behaviors”; the immobilizing effects of
                                                                             ambivalence can be seen in many practice spheres. In addition, the
                           Instructor: Peter M. Sobota, LCSW, Clinical
                                                                             course will discuss MI's application to practice with “mandated” and
                           Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo
                                                                             “resistant” clients. It will also focus on practical application of the
                           School of Social Work, Buffalo, New York.
                                                                             material. Presentation of material will be accompanied by discussion,
                                                                             case application, and experiential activities. Content reflects evidence
                          Course Description: This course is
                                                                             levels A, B, C, D, E, F- see page 10.
                          organized as an introduction to the
                          principles, strategies, and the spirit of the
                                                                                 Dates: July 19 & 20, 2010
                          Motivational Interviewing (MI) approach to
                                                                                 Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
                          help clients build commitment and reach a
                                                                                 Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York
                          decision to change problematic behaviors.
                                                                                 Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 990 XCE- page 14
                          This is a critical skill which all human service
                                                                                 Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
                          professionals should master. The theoretical
                                                                                 Training Hours: 12.5 hours
                          basis of MI lies in the construct of
“ambivalence” and the conflict between indulgence and restraint that
is so prevalent when clients consider behavior change. The difficulty in
8                      2010 MSW Graduate Credit Courses and Workshops

               Solution Focused Approaches to                               restructuring; behavior chain analysis; problem solving; social skills
                   Difficult Client Situations                              training, among others. Techniques to increase the adolescent's
                                                                            motivation for counseling, as well as, methods to involve parents in the
                         Instructor: Denise Krause, LCSW, Clinical          treatment will also be addressed. Content reflects evidence levels A, B,
                         Associate Professor and Associate Dean for         C -see page 10.
                         Community Engagement, University at
                                                                            Prerequisites: Participants are expected to have prior experience or
                         Buffalo School of Social Work; specializing in
                                                                            coursework involving clinical services for adolescents with mental
                         solution focused practice and interventions
                                                                            health disorders.
                         with families, adolescents and groups,
                         Buffalo, New York.
                                                                                Dates: July 22 & 23, 2010
                                                                                Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
                          Course Description: This course will focus
                                                                                Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York
                          on building solutions in a contemporary
                                                                                Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 997 XCE- page 14
                          social work and human service practice envi-
                                                                                Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
                          ronment. By integrating solution focused
                                                                                Training Hours: 12.5 hours
                          approaches within the context of family-
centered practice, participants will learn clear and useful techniques to
apply in their work with difficult clients. Case discussions, experi-             Helping Children and Families Cope with Loss:
ential techniques and exercises will integrate theory with practice.                           What Color is Dead?
Participants will learn not only the theoretical assumptions behind
solution focused work, but also how to: develop solution focused            Instructor: Day Cummings, LMSW, RN, Certified Bereavement
treatment plans across multiple problem areas with difficult clients;       Counselor, Founder and President of Circle of Daughters, Inc., Buffalo,
how to apply solution focused techniques with difficult clients and         New York.
their multiple systems; and how to evaluate solution focused                Course Description: This course provides the participant with an
treatment plans across multiple problem areas with difficult clients.       understanding of the unique needs of the grieving child and family.
Content reflects evidence level B -see page 10.                             Course content will cover theory and research related to identifying
                                                                            the grieving child and interventions to meet the child and family's
    Dates: July 21 & 22, 2010                                               needs. Special attention will be given to certain populations including
    Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day                                        families dealing with traumatic loss. Emphasis will be placed on
    Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York                     assisting the participant to develop a repertoire of skills in working
    Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 979 XCE- page 14                 with the grieving individual. Content reflects evidence levels A, B, C-
    Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15                                       see page 10.
    Training Hours: 12.5 hours
                                                                                        This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward the
                                                                                          Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.
        Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety and                              Dates: July 26 & 27, 2010
                Depression in Adolescents
                                                                                Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
                                                                                Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York
                         Instructor: David M. Pratt, MSW, PhD,
                                                                                Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 707 XCE- page 14
                         Principle Psychologist, WNY Children's
                                                                                Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
                         Psychiatric Center; Clinical Assistant
                                                                                Training Hours: 12.5 hours
                         Professor of Psychiatry, University at Buffalo;
                         private practice, Amherst, New York.
                                                                               Schema Focused Therapy for Trauma-genic, Personality
                                                                                and Co-Occurring Disorders: Understanding Lifetraps
                          Course Description: This course will provide
                          training in evidenced-based, cognitive-           Instructor: Jay A. Swarthout, CRC, LMHC, Behavioral Health
                          behavioral treatment of depression and            Manager, Kaleida Health Buffalo General Hospital Community
anxiety disorders in adolescents. Day 1 will focus on the treatment of      Mental Health Center, Buffalo, New York.
adolescent depression and suicide prevention. Participants will be
trained in the Mood Management Program (MMP), an evidenced-                 Course Description: The purpose of this course is to provide a
based, manualized, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) program for           practical knowledge of the Schema Focused Therapy Model. Schema
depressed and suicidal adolescents. Participants will receive practical,    Focused Therapy is incredibly helpful to organize and intervene with
hands-on training in all 14 modules of the MMP and receive a copy of        people who have multiple traumas, as well as healthier people who get
the treatment manual. Day 2 will focus on cognitive-behavioral              stuck in repeating destructive behavior patterns. Individuals will
therapy of anxiety disorders, including specific phobias, social anxiety    become acquainted with the nature of each of the Lifetraps or
and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Evidenced-based, CBT treatment           maladaptive schemas, their domains, the pathogenic early learning in
approaches for these anxiety disorders will be presented. Participants      their origin, and the ways they play out in self-defeating behaviors of
will learn CBT skills including: psycho-education; feeling awareness;       the adult. An overview of the model, components of assessment, case
mood monitoring; somatic management; exposure therapy; cognitive                                                               Continued next page.
                       2010 MSW Graduate Credit Courses and Workshops                                                                               9
               Schema Focused Therapy Continued
                                                                             York; and formerly with Emergency Outreach and Trauma Response
conceptualization, and the phases of treatment will be presented. At         Services for Crisis Services, Buffalo, New York.
the conclusion of this course, individuals will have an understanding
of the model and the steps for incorporating this integrative tool for the   Course Description: This is a skill focused course on how to assess and
treatment of a wide range of clients who have histories of                   respond to adults with psychiatric emergencies where there is a risk of
psychological trauma and meet criteria for personality, other mental         lethality (suicidal/ homicidal/self-harm). It will include identification
health and substance use disorders. Content reflects evidence levels A,      of high risk factors and how to conduct lethality assessments for
B, C- see page 10.                                                           individuals, including those who are diagnosed with severe and
                                                                             persistent mental illness and/or under the influence of substances.
           This course offers 12 SKILL INTERVENTION hours                    Participants will learn the levels of lethality; how to use lethality
          toward the Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.               assessment tools and rating scales; how to complete documentation of
                                                                             services which reflect clinical assessments in accordance with the most
    Dates: July 27 & 28, 2010                                                current evidence and best practices; how to create an intervention plan
    Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day                                         for identified lethality, and when it is appropriate in professional social
    Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York                      work practice to break confidentiality based on a current lethality
    Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 977 XCE- page 14                  assessment. Content reflects evidence level B- see page 10.
    Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
                                                                                         This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward the
    Training Hours: 12.5 hours
                                                                                           Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.

                                                                             Dates: July 29 & 30, 2010
                        Assessing Lethality                                  Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
                                                                             Location: UB Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, New York
Instructor: Lynda Battaglia, LCSW, AOT Program Coordinator, NYS              Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 991 XCE- page 14
Office of Mental Health Western Field Office; formerly Forensic              Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
Mental Health Specialist, Attica Correctional Facility, Attica, New          Training Hours: 12.5 hours



           Jamestown Community College                                                           St. Joseph's Villa
               Jamestown, New York                                                              Rochester, New York

          Play Based Interventions and Approaches                                     Overview of Interventions with Traumatized
                                                                                            Individuals and Their Families

Instructors: Rachel M. Ludwig, LCSW, Chautauqua County                       Instructor: Doyle Pruitt, LCSW, PhD Candidate, Private Practice,
Department of Social Services and Mary McIntosh, LCSW, BCBA.                 Canandaigua, New York, previously Supervising Counselor of the
                                                                             Sexual Abuse Program for Family Counseling Service of the Finger
Course Description: This course provides the participant with an             Lakes, Inc., Geneva, New York.
understanding of the theories surrounding play therapy and
experiential learning with a focus on those who have experienced             Course Description: This course provides an overview of the most
trauma. Techniques can be used with children (age group varies per           current evidence and best practices in the treatment of individuals who
technique) and many of the strategies are applicable to adults. The goal     have experienced a traumatic event or series of events. Emphasis will
of this course is to provide an opportunity to learn about the history of    be placed on the therapeutic, developmental, cultural, and social needs
play therapy, the role of the play therapist, core play therapy theories,    of the individual and their family system. Specifically, the course will
the play therapy process, ethics, play-based observation and treatment       review the assessment process, including frequently used
planning. Participants will also be exposed to a variety of play therapy     standardized measures, and the various intervention approaches
techniques with an opportunity for skill practice.                           utilized with the population. Therapeutic considerations impacting
                                                                             the effectiveness of interventions, such as the therapeutic relationship,
            This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward the                   trust, and professional self-care, will also be reviewed. Content reflects
              Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.                      evidence levels A, B, C, D, E- see page 10.
    Dates: June 18 & 19, 2010
                                                                                         This course offers 6 ELECTIVE hours toward the
    Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
                                                                                           Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling.
    Location: Jamestown Community College, 525 Falconer St. 2nd
       floor, Hultquist Library Bldg., Jamestown, New York                       Dates: June 25 & 26, 2010
    Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 989 XCE- page 14                      Time: 8:45 am - 4:30 pm each day
    Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15                                            Location: St. Joseph's Villa, 1099 Jay St. Bldg. P, Rochester,
    Training Hours: 12.5 hours                                                       New York
                                                                                 Credit Course: 1 credit MSW Course #SW 973 XCE- page 14
                                                                                 Noncredit workshop: $175, page 15
                                                                                 Training Hours: 12.5 hours
10                   2010 MSW Graduate Credit Courses and Workshops

             Fall 2010 Graduate Credit Courses Open to Lifelong Learners
               These courses are open to individuals who are not currently enrolled in the full or part-time MSW program.

REG #        COURSE         COURSE TITLE                                                      CREDIT        DAY                TIMES
                #                                                                             HOURS

070822        SW 554         Motivational Interviewing                                            3        Monday              9 am - 11:50 am

492855        SW 556         Forensic Social Work                                                 3        Wednesday           6 pm - 8:50 pm

295925        SW 557         Evidence-Based Mental Health Practice                                3        Online              Online

044295        SW 580         Psychopathology                                                      3        Online              Online

084102        SW 582         Multicultural Issues                                                 3        Monday              9 am - 11:50 am

356725        SW 589         Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse                                      3        Wednesday           2 pm - 4:50 pm

342230        SW 593         EMDR- summer 2010: starts May 17th. Visit the                        3        Wednesday           6 pm - 8:50 pm
                             website page: http://www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/                                                  Plus 3 Saturdays
                             msw/documents/EMDRApplication.pdf

 PLEASE NOTE: For information on how to register for these courses, visit www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/msw/nondegree.asp


                            EVIDENCE LEVEL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM
Instructors for workshops have been asked to provide information regarding the levels of research based evidence behind their content.
Please be aware that while the ideal standards for evidence based practice are Levels A and B, there are many approaches and treatments for
which research has not yet been done at the A and B level. Therefore, one or more of the other levels will apply to the content. Many workshops
provide content that shares multiple treatment methods, and one or more levels will be listed. The sentence at the end of the workshop
description identifies the applicable levels. Their definitions are listed below. These classification levels are one system used by the Agency for
Healthcare Research and Quality to rate evidence.

  Level A: randomized, controlled clinical trials
  Level B: well designed clinical studies without randomization or placebo comparison
  Level C: service and naturalistic clinic studies combined with clinical observations, which are sufficiently compelling
           to warrant use of the treatment technique or follow the specific recommendation
  Level D: long standing and wide-spread clinical practice that has not been subjected to empirical tests
  Level E: long standing practice by circumscribed groups of clinicians that has not been subjected to empirical tests
  Level F: recently developed treatment that has not been subjected to clinical or empirical tests




              Is there a Graduate Social Work Degree in Your Future?
                                                                This informational session is designed to provide participants relevant and
                                                                detailed information about graduate social work education at the University at
                                                                Buffalo for the MSW, MBA/MSW, MPH/MSW and JD/MSW programs. The
                                                                MSW program offers both full time and part time options; advanced standing is
                                                                available to qualified individuals. For additional information on the programs,
                                                                visit the website at www.socialwork.buffalo.edu or email
                                                                sw-info@buffalo.edu or call 716-645-3381.
   Date: Thursday July 22, 2010
                                                                            For the PhD program in social welfare, please indicate
   Time: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm                                                         your interest on the registration form and
   Location: 684 Baldy Hall, University at Buffalo, North Campus                           someone will contact you.
                                     WORKSHOP REGISTRATION INFORMATION                                                                                                    11
  Registration Information & Confirmation                                              Cancellations made 5 working days before the training date will receive a credit
                                                                                       letter only, minus a $25.00 processing fee. No reimbursements will be made after
Pre-registration is required for all workshops using the registration form.            the 5 business day limit. When the University cancels a training, refunds will be
Payment must accompany registration.                                                   paid in full. "No-Shows" without prior notification will not be reimbursed
                                                                                       and will be billed in full for the cost of the trainings.
No registration confirmations will be sent. You will be notified only if a program
is closed and you will be given the option of choosing another program or                Readings
taking a refund or a credit letter.
                                                                                       For the two-day workshops that are also offered as graduate credit courses,
  Eligibility                                                                          individuals taking it as a workshop are expected to do the readings but do not
                                                                                       have to take exams or write papers required of the credit students.
All programs are open to anyone who registers and pays the fee, unless specific
limitations are stated.
                                                                                                               To Register for WORKSHOPS
  Refunds/Cancellation Policy                                                                                          See Page 15
Refunds, or credit letters if desired, will be issued to those who cancel 10                                To Register for CREDIT COURSES
working days before the training date, minus a $25.00 processing fee.                                                 See Page 14


                               CREDIT COURSE REGISTRATION INFORMATION

 Tuition and Fees                                                                        differently on the Tuition Waiver Request Form issued by the Field
                                                                                         Education Department.
University tuition for graduate courses is $349.00 per credit hour ($552.00 out of     • You may use the waiver for 1, 2, or 3 credits. However, if you do not use
state), the Comprehensive Fee is $35.13 per credit hour and the Student Activity         the entire amount specified on the waiver in that semester, you lose the
Fee is a minimum of $3.00 per session with a maximum of $6.00. The University            remaining amount. Waivers are for in-state tuition costs.
reserves the right to change its tuition and fees at any time. More detailed tuition   • Please call the Field Education Office with Tuition Waiver questions at
and fee information can be obtained from the Student Response Center at                  (716) 645-1234.
http://src.buffalo.edu
                                                                                         Payment for Credit Courses
 Matriculated Students
                                                                                       You will be billed directly by the University for tuition and fees. DO NOT send
You MUST complete the form on page 14 in order to register for a credit course.        payment to the Continuing Education office for credit courses.
Registration information will be sent to you including how to register on-line at
www.myub.buffalo.edu                                                                     Credit Course Cancellation

 Field Education Tuition Waivers                                                       Cancellations for credit courses must conform to University policies and
                                                                                       procedures. You will be billed for tuition unless you drop a course within the
School of Social Work Field Educators can use their Tuition Waivers to take            specified time period. Please visit the Student Response Center website at
credit courses. These credit electives are particularly appealing to practitioners     http://src.buffalo.edu/ for information on proper add/drop procedures.
because of the shorter time frame and the focus of the one credit courses. Please
read the following procedures if you plan to use a Tuition Waiver in the Summer          Registration for Lifelong Learners or Nonmatriculated Students
Institute. Waivers are for tuition only. You must pay fees.
 • If you are using a Tuition Waiver, you must take the course for credit. It          (not currently accepted into a University at Buffalo degree program)
    cannot be used for noncredit workshops.                                            1. Complete the entire registration form on page 14.
 • You cannot use your Tuition Waiver in the same semester you earned and              2. Please check the credit course(s) you wish to attend.
    requested it. (For example, Tuition Waivers requested in the Summer,               3. Include proof of undergraduate degree (copy of
    cannot be used in that semester to pay for Summer courses.)                           diploma or transcript).
 • Tuition Waivers are issued for 3-credits unless Field Educators specify             4. Sign registration form and send to the address on the form.


                                             GENERAL TRAINING INFORMATION
  Training Sites                                                                         Facilities
UB North Campus- Center for Tomorrow, Amherst, NY 14260                                Please bring a sweater to the training sessions. Room temperature is not always
Campus map: www.buffalo.edu/buildings/building?id=cft                                  uniform in all training areas.
Directions to the Rochester and Jamestown sites are at                                 All training sites are handicap accessible and offer a smoke-free environment.
www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted/directions.asp                                       Please contact us early for your ADA needs at sw-ce@buffalo.edu

  Hotels and Driving Directions                                                        Please Note: The School of Social Work reserves the right to change and/or
                                                                                       make substitutions in any part of this program. No person in whatever relationship
Visit our website at www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted
                                                                                       to the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, shall be subject to
Arrival at trainings by 8:30 am is recommended.
                                                                                       discrimination on the basis of age, race, religion, sex, marital, or veteran status. The
  Lunch                                                                                University at Buffalo complies with all federal and state laws relating to non-
                                                                                       discrimination, affirmative action, and accessibility to individuals with disabilities. The
Lunch will be on your own. A local restaurant guide will be available.
                                                                                       State University of New York does not discriminate on the basis of age, religion, national
                                                                                       origin, veteran status or sexual orientation.
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       Trauma Counseling Certificate Program
                                                                                 TRAUMA COUNSELING
                APPLICATION                                                     CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
• A Bachelor's degree in a human service discipline and one     A high percentage of personal problems that present in a wide
  year of direct client contact. SEND RESUME AND COPY           range of service settings, are driven by traumatic experiences
  OF DEGREE.                                                    which contribute to the origins of their treatment needs. Trauma
OR                                                              survivors make up a large percentage of the clients in most service
• Current enrollment in or have completed a Master's degree     settings, yet few settings include services to meet their needs. This
  program in an applicable clinical human service discipline.   makes it hard to engage, retain and effectively treat these
  SEND PROOF OF CURRENT ENROLLMENT OR                           individuals and their families. This combined with research
  DEGREE AND RESUME.                                            demonstrating that psychological trauma contributes significantly
                                                                to the development of many problems, such as many psychiatric
      A NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE OF                       disorders, addictions, behavioral disorders, suicidal behavior,
             $15 MUST BE INCLUDED.                              personality disorders, and violent behavior, makes it essential for
Name:________________________________________________           human services staff to deliver trauma-informed services
                                                                regardless of agency setting.
Home
Address:______________________________________________
                                                                Through participation in the Trauma Counseling Certificate
______________________________________________________          Program, professionals can improve their knowledge and skills so
                                                                they can better understand and engage this population, and set up
Phone: (H)___________________________________________
                                                                the most meaningful, effective treatment services. Theory and
        (W)___________________________________________          intervention skills will be covered through Required courses,
Email:________________________________________________          selection of at least one Skill Intervention course and selection of
                                                                Elective courses.
Agency Name:________________________________________
Job Title:_____________________________________________         • Enroll any time and take up to 3 years to complete this
                                                                  continuing education program for a total of 96 training hours,
                                                                  which equals sixteen days of training. Required courses are
PAYMENT METHOD:                                                   repeated on a regular basis. Electives vary.
  Check: payable to Research Foundation of SUNY, in the         • Check the spring, summer and fall catalogs for available trauma
  amount of $15.                                                  workshops.
                                                                • 48 hours of six Required courses for a foundation of theory
  Credit Card: Complete section below.
                                                                  and practical knowledge
Print name as it appears on credit card:                          - Overview of the Nature and Treatment of Trauma (12 hours)
                                                                  - Individual Approaches to Trauma Treatment Parts 1 & 2 (12
______________________________________________________
                                                                    hours)
Credit Card
                                                                  - Group Approaches to Trauma Treatment (6 hours)
Number:______________________________________________
                                                                  - Self Care in Trauma Work (6 hours)
Expiration Date:________________________                          - Trauma and Addiction (6 hours) *The 3 credit course Dual
                                                                    Disorders course may be substituted.
Signature:_____________________________________________
                                                                  - Treatment Issues for Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual
Charge will appear as UBF Activities,Inc. on your statement.        Abuse (6 hours) *The 3 credit course Adult Survivors of
                                                                    Childhood Sexual Abuse may be substituted.
    Send this application, documentation, resume
                                                                • Select at least one 12 hour Skills Intervention course (other
    and $15 application fee to:
                                                                  skills interventions count as Electives if chosen): Schema
       UB School of Social Work
                                                                  Focused Therapy (12 hours), EMDR (a 3 credit course through
       Office of Continuing Education
                                                                  the School of Social Work counted as 12 hours), Critical
       232 Parker Hall
                                                                  Incident Stress Interventions (12 hours), and Prolonged
       Buffalo, NY 14214-8004
                                                                  Exposure (12 hours)
                                                                • Select your choice of 36 hours of other Trauma Elective
            FOR OFFICE USE ONLY                                   courses that are most relevant to your training needs.
     ACCEPTED: ________YES ________NO                           • Note: Some School of Social Work Credit courses taken up to 3
                                                                  years prior to your first Trauma workshop can count toward
     DATE RECEIVED: ______________________
                                                                  the certificate requirements. Visit our website at
     DATE SENT: ________________________                          www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted for the course list.
                       Certificate Programs                                                                           13
                                  Enhance your education
                               through specialized offerings.
                                       estimony from clinicians participating in the
                                           Certificate Program in Trauma Counseling:
                                           "The certificate in trauma counseling has made me more knowledgeable of the
                                                etiology of trauma and PTSD in the children and adults of the cases I
                                                supervise. It has made me more sensitive to seeing the underpinning of
                                                trauma such as sex abuse and domestic violence.”

                                           "… I was exposed to excellent experienced trauma instructors. They enhanced
                                                my knowledge and understanding of trauma. ... These workshops were
                                                invaluable, a must for any therapist!”

                                           "The Trauma Certificate Program has given me a good foundation of
 Turn to page 12                                knowledge in order to identify how trauma related symptoms impact the
  for details and                               lives of my clients. I am able to develop treatment plans with a deeper
application form.                               understanding and ability to differentiate between trauma related
                                                symptoms and other disorders. ”


                                           Continuing Education is essential to help human service
                                          professionals remain current with the skills and knowledge
                                                needed to provide the best possible care to clients.


                    from the Institute for Nonprofit Agencies

Administrative Management
   Certificate Program                     Overview
                                         9/16 & 9/23           Strategic Planning
                                         10/7 & 10/14         Inspiring Leadership
                                         11/9 & 11/16         Effective Communication in Teambuilding
                                         11/30 & 12/7         Human Resources
                                         10/21 & 12/16        Roundtable Discussions


                                           Requirements
                                         • Attend three out of four 2-day workshops
                                           and the associated Roundtable Discussions.
                                         • Complete all class assignments.
                                         • Receive a successful evaluation of their competency skills.

                                           Scholarships
                                         Scholarship applications for eligible agencies in Erie and Niagara
                                         counties are available at www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted

                                           More Information
                                          Visit our website at www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted
                                          for the brochure which features more information and Scholarship
                                          Application or email us at sw-ce@buffalo.edu
14                                CREDIT COURSE REGISTRATION FORM
                                              DEADLINE JULY 16, 2010
                                      Please read the instructions on page 11 before filling out this form.
                                     Students taking Credit Courses Must Complete the Entire Form.
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY




                Please Check One:




                                           SUMMER 2010 CREDIT COURSES

                   SW 990 XCE From Wresting to Dancing: Motivational Interviewing                          A ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 979 XCE Solution Focused Approaches to Difficult Client Situations                   B ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 997 XCE Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Children & Adolescents                           C ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 707 XCE Helping Children & Families Cope with Loss: What Color is Dead?              D ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 977 XCE Schema Focused Therapy: Understanding Lifetraps                              E ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 991 XCE Assessing Lethality                                                          F ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 973 XCE Overview of Interventions with Traumatized Ind. & Families (Rochester)       G ______ 1 Credit
                   SW 989 XCE Play Based Interventions and Approaches (Jamestown)                          H ______ 1 Credit



                   ONCE YOUR COURSE SELECTION IS
                                                                           You are not registered for the course until
                   RECEIVED, the Office of Continuing Education
                   will email you the course registration number           you complete the University registration
                   so that you can complete your registration with                process online or by phone
                   UB at www.myub.buffalo.edu (for current
                   matriculated students) or through the phone           Additional information on tuition, fees, drop/add
                   system BIRD by calling 716-645-7800.                  dates is on page 11 and on the UB Student
                   Instructions for BIRD can also be found at            Response Center at http://src.buffalo.edu
                   http://src.buffalo.edu/bird/index.shtml

                                    Do not send payment. Students will be billed by the University.


 MSW Evening Program:                                                                                           OFFICE USE ONLY
 7/22 _____ MSW Recruitment
 Session (No Fee)                                         UB School of Social Work                              Person ID:
 Check here if interested in        Complete & Mail     Office of Continuing Education       or Fax to:
 receiving information about:        entire page to:                                        716-829-3938
                                                                232 Parker Hall                                 Trans ID:
         MSW or                                             Buffalo, NY 14214-8004
         PhD programs                                                                                           Date Proc.:
                                               sw-ce@buffalo.edu       Telephone: 716-829-3939
                                      2010 WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM                                                                                                                15
PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY

Name: _______________________________________________________________E-mail: __________________________________________________

Agency: ________________________________________________________________Job Title: _______________________________________________
Home
Address: ______________________________________________City: ____________________________________ State: _____ Zip: __________________

Work Phone: _______________________________ Home Phone: ________________________________


Two-day workshops                                                                                                                                                     I am currently
June 3 & 4     Social Work Liscensure Preparation Course                                        (includes books)            ____        $289       13 Hrs        enrolled or have applied
June 18 & 19   Play Based Interventions and Approaches                                                                 I ____           $175       12.5 Hrs      for the Trauma
June 25 & 26   Overview of Interventions with Traumatized Individuals & Their Families                                 J ____           $175       12.5 Hrs      Counseling Certificate
                                                                                                                                                                 Program:
July 19 & 20   A Motivational Interviewing Approach to Client Behavior Change                                          K ____           $175       12.5 Hrs
July 21 & 22   Solution Focused Approaches to Difficult Client Situations                                              L ____           $175       12.5 Hrs      * Trauma Certificate
                                                                                                                                                                   Program participants
July 22 & 23   Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety & Depression in Adolescents                                      M ____           $175       12.5 Hrs
                                                                                                                                                                   will pay a reduced rate
July 26 & 27   Helping Children & Families Cope with Loss: What Color is Dead?                                         N ____           $175       12.5 Hrs        of $79.00 for most full
July 27 & 28   Schema Focused Therapy: Understanding Lifetraps                                                         O ____           $175       12.5 Hrs        day workshops that
July 29 & 30   Assessing Lethality                                                                                     P ____           $175       12.5 Hrs        fulfill a required or
                                                                                                                                                                   elective workshop
One-day workshops                                                                                                                                                  toward the certificate
July 19        Methamphetamine: Emerging Trends in Proliferation, Treatment & Prevention                               Q ____           $89        6 Hrs           program.
July 20        “Children Who Kill”: Understanding Extreme Violence in Children                                         R ____           $89        6 Hrs
July 21        “What Works” in Therapy: How to Improve Effectiveness                                                   S ____           $99/$89    6 Hrs
July 23        Words That Change Minds, Mastering the Language of Influence                                            T ____           $89        6 Hrs
July 26        The Balancing Act of Dr. Melfi & Tony Soprano: Ethical Clinical Practice                                U ____           $99/$89    6 Hrs
July 29        Effects of Domestic Violence on Child Witnesses                                                         V ____           $89/$79    6 Hrs
July 30        New Medications: Current Psychopharmacology Treatments for MH Disorders                                 W ____           $89        6 Hrs


                                                                              Fee Subtotal:                     $ _____________
                          Subtract $20 if registrant is taking 3 or more summer workshops                       $ (____________)
                                                                              TOTAL PAYMENT:                    $ _____________                   Agency Group Discounts - see page 3


 Administrative                    9/16 & 9/23     Strategic Planning............................................................$225                         Credit Card
 Management                        10/7 & 10/14    Inspiring Leadership.......................................................$225                            Registration
                                   11/9 & 11/16    Effective Communication & Teambuilding .................$225
 Certificate                       11/30 & 12/7    Human Resources ...........................................................$225
                                                                                                                                                                ONLINE
 Program                                 *10/21    ½ day Roundtable .......included in program
                                         *12/16    ½ day Roundtable .......included in program
                                                                   .......................................... Total: $ _________

      *Roundtable discussions are required for participants enrolled in the Certificate Program.
      Check here to purchase the four series of workshops at a reduced rate of $750.
      Check here to enroll in the Certificate Program for a reduced rate of $600 (choose 3 workshops).
      Check here if you are applying for The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation scholarship.
      The scholarship application form MUST be attached to this registration form. Scholarship application
      forms may be obtained by calling (716) 829-3939 or at www.socialwork.buffalo.edu/conted.                                                    Complete & Mail entire page to:
      DEADLINE FOR A SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION IS August 2, 2010 FOR THE CERTIFICATE
      PROGRAM OR FOR ALL 4 TRAINING SERIES, AND FOUR WEEKS PRIOR TO THE START OF                                                                  UB School of Social Work
      EACH INDIVIDUAL WORKSHOP (IF YOU ARE ONLY APPLYING FOR AN INDIVIDUAL                                                                        Office of Continuing Education
      WORKSHOP). Applicants will be notified of the scholarship decision by University at Buffalo staff.                                          232 Parker Hall
                                                                                                                                                  Buffalo, NY 14214-8004
 Payment Information                                                                                                                              or Fax to: 716-829-3938

If paying by check: Please make checks payable to: Research Foundation of SUNY.
If paying by credit card: We accept all major credit cards for the payment of registration fees:                                                  OFFICE USE ONLY
Print Cardholder Name: ____________________________________________________________________
                                                                                                                                                  Person ID:
Credit Card #:________________________________________________ Expiration Date:______________
                                                                                                                                                  Trans ID:
Amount: $______________        Authorized Signature:_____________________________________________
Charge will appear as UBF Activities, Inc. on your statement.                                                                                     Date Proc.:

								
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