Using Social Work Skills for Helping Boys and Their Families: Ages 3 to 18
The Tulane School of Social Work is proud to present this 3-hour CEU event by Dr. Marvin Clifford entitled "Using Social Work Skills for Helping Boys and Their Families: Ages 3 to 18." The workshop will be held on Saturday, Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Tulane School of Social Work, and registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. in Room 104. Participants will received 3 CEUS for attending.
This 3-hour workshop will focus on skill development for social workers interested in working with boys and their families. Emphasis will be upon individual, family, group therapies and evidenced-based practices for interventions. Some of the problems to be discussed include: ADHD, ODD, Asperger’s behavior, school, grades, homework, depression, anxiety, peer and social skills, relationships, parents, and development. Some discussion of addictions will also occur. How to work with certain problems and issues boys bring to social workers will be addressed and anger management skills, and emotional regulation skills will be taught as well. The teaching style will be didactic, PowerPoint, case examples, interaction with the audience, possible role play and small group discussions and sharing from the audience about their own experiences and practice. A handout will be provided.
Workshop Objectives include:
Dr. Marvin W. Clifford, Ph.D., LCSW, is with the Ochsner Health Systems in New Orleans. He has been there more than 22 years and is the Director of Employee Assistance Programs, and also the Director of Group Therapy Programs. He works with boys and their families and does individual, family, group and couples and relationships therapy and also works with girls and women. He specializes in mental health, addictions and co-occurring disorders. Dr. Clifford is also on the adjunct faculty of the Tulane University School of Social Work.
Registration Information and Fees
The early registration fee is $45 and will end on Friday, Nov. 9. After Nov. 9, the fee will increase to $60. Payments can be made via check or money order (payable to Tulane School of Social Work) and should be mailed immediately after completing the online registration form. Payment must be postmarked by Nov. 9 to receive the early registration rate. Please mail your payment to:
Attn: Marvin Clifford Workshop
Tulane School of Social Work
6823 St. Charles Ave., Bldg. 9
New Orleans, LA 70118
Participants will be able to park in any spots on Tulane's campus that are NOT marked "Reserved All Hours." Please see the uptown campus map for more detials about building locations.
For more information, contact Parker Sternbergh at email@example.com or at 504-862-3475.