The conference theme of social justice affects everyone on different levels
and in different ways in the therapist/client relationship. To assist you
with an educational focus in a particular area, workshops have been identified
by tracks. Some workshops relate to more than one track and have been identified
that way for you. There are six tracks of learning being offered at this
year’s Annual Conference, and the track assignment was designed for
attendee educational focus and convenience when selecting workshops to attend.
You will not receive a certificate of completion. The following
is a description of each of the six tracks being offered and how to identify
Healing Track: Color coded with a blue dot, and composed of medical-related
topics such as sexuality, self-care, disabilities, brain injury, dementia,
neuroscience, psychopharmacology, trauma, integrated care, addictions and similar
Diversity Track: Color coded with a red dot, and composed of topics such as
racism, social justice, violence, terrorism, homelessness, human sexuality,
LGBTQIA, ethnic groups, spirituality, or other similarly related topics.
Justice Track: Color coded with a green dot, and composed of topics such as
law and ethics, divorce, co-parenting, parallel parenting, access to power,
resources, representation, legislation, case management, domestic violence,
anger management, diversion, addictions, foster care, adoption, social justice,
incarceration, adjudicated youth, or other similarly related topics.
Educational Track: Color coded with a purple dot, and composed of topics such
as restorative justice, violence/terrorism, LGBTQIA students, transgender children,
bullying, CASEL evidence-based social and emotional learning programs, ethnic
groups, bilingual learning, or other similarly related topics.
Trauma Track: Color coded with an orange dot, and composed of topics such
as PTSD, traumatic brain injury, addictions, suicide, domestic violence, reintegration,
disabilities, deployment, or other similarly related topics.
Family Track: Color coded with a gold dot, and composed of topics such as
families, divorce, couples, blended families, disabilities, dementia, advocacy,
eldercare, eating disorders, domestic violence, child maltreatment, early childhood
trauma, attachment, grief/loss, or other similarly related topics.
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The superscript key is used to indicate who is not able to earn CE hours for a workshop. If a superscript appears at the end of workshop code, check the key to see if the workshop CE hours apply to you.
1 Not for Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors
2 Not for RNs
3 Not for Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors and RNs
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