Rutgers Juvenile Justice & Youth Development Program is enrolling for Spring/Summer 2023. The JJYD Certificate Program consists of 60 hours of live, instructor-led online learning. Complete the entire certificate (54 CEUs/61 CLEs) or enroll in courses (6 CEUs/6.8 CLEs) a la carte! https://ce-catalog.rutgers.edu/coursedisplay.cfm?schID=87122
The New Jersey Division on Civil Rights (DCR) offers trainings aimed at preventing and addressing discrimination through its Education and Training Unit.
Professional Education Program Continuing Education for Social Workers
This Center of Excellence hosts webinars for health practitioners focused on the best and latest practices to decrease behavioral health disparities impacting LGBTQ+ children, youth, young adults, adults, and older adults.
The Promising Path Collaboration Series: Enhancing Trauma Informed Organizations. All sessions are on Zoom from 10am - 12 pm. Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer dates for trainings are available. Trainings include: Sefl/Co-Regulation Tools, Debriefing, Workplace Development, Youth and Family Voice.
The Witnessing Beauty Yoga Teacher Training program aligns with trauma-informed methodologies that emphasize principles of neuroscience and ancient philosophies, while focusing on the domains of post-traumatic growth.
Psychological scientists examine potential beneficial and harmful effects of social media use on adolescents’ social, educational, psychological, and neurological development.
With increasing frequency, children are being removed from educational placements due to safety concerns, and their parents are told that, before their children can return to the classroom, they must undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
The law goes into effect in December of next year
Ocean County nonprofit takes action to reduce stigma and promote mental health awareness.
TOMS RIVER – Families, guardians, parents, and professionals who interact with children and adults with autism, developmental challenges, and special needs can discover effective safety steps during upcoming programs at the Ocean County Library.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. - Ocean Partnership for Children (OPC) is celebrating Autism Awareness throughout the month of April with a variety of internal and community events.