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Training Announcements

The “Project Management” training is now available for registration.  It is scheduled to take place on May 17, 2013, from 9:00am to 4:00pm, at the Seven Counties 914 East Broadway Building (1st floor, Conference Room 1).


This hands-on workshop is designed to train supervisors to plan and manage work-related projects. In addition, participants will learn to manage change in the midst of a project. Participants are encouraged to bring their project plans to class for some real-time hands on assistance and guidance. Before the end of the training, participants will engage in a process improvement exercise and practice their project management skills.


Learning objectives:


1)       Understand key components of project management;

2)       Learn how to efficiently lead project initiatives;

3)       Understand how to approach change management

4)       Learn best project communication practices; and

5)       Learn how to develop internal mechanism to track project costs in labor and physical materials. 


***Important*** Registration closes May 13, 2013.


SCS affiliates, CSH staff members, and external participants will need to contact the Training Institute to register.

The EMDR – Basic Training Part I” training is a three day training event that will take place at the Seven Counties Services (SCS) Stonestreet location.  It will be held on Friday, August 2nd (8:00am – 5:00pm); Saturday, August 3rd (8:00am – 5:00pm); and Sunday, August 4th (8:00-4:00pm). 
The address is 9702 Stonestreet Road, Louisville, KY 40272.
The format of this workshop has been designed by the originator of EMDR, Francine Shapiro, Ph.D. The workshop leaders have been individually selected and trained by her to provide the comprehensive information necessary for appropriate client selection and effective utilization of EMDR. This is the workshop program that has been taught by Dr. Shapiro since 1990 at the EMDR Institute. 
Participants will learn:
·         How to identify the parameters that are treatable with EMDR;
·         How to use EMDR as a form of psychotherapy;
·         The components involved in the approved EMDR approach;
·         The 8 phases of EMDR needed for comprehensive treatment;
·         Clinical implications of existing research;
·         The criteria for client selection;
·         Strategies for effective and safe use of EMDR; and
·         Issues, problems and goals of treatment for utilizing EMDR.
Qualifications for Attending:  
Each participant must meet HAP’s qualification and eligibility standards:  EMDR HAP Training is available to clinicians who work thirty (30) or more hours per week for public or non-profit organizations in a clinical mental health capacity. Clinicians may work for more than one non-profit to reach the 30 hour per week requirement.
A clinical background is necessary for the effective application of EMDR. Attendance at the workshop is limited to mental health professionals who have a master’s degree or higher in the mental health field and are licensed or certified through a state or national board which authorizes independent practice.  
Intern/graduate student requirements:   
Completion of graduate level coursework at an accredited school and is on a licensing track under state sanctioned supervision by a licensed clinician.
Training fee:  
There is a training fee of $395.00 per participant. It can be paid by visiting the training registration website (see registration information below).
If you are interested in attending this class, please visit the HAP’s training registration calendar at:
The Seven Counties Services training event is listed towards the bottom of the page. The Training Institute has reserved 22 seats for SCS staff members.  The remaining 8 seats, designated as unreserved, are open to external participants.
To obtain a training registration code, please contact the Training Institute (SCS staff only).
Registration deadline:  
The registration closing date for this training is July 19, 2013
To obtain CEU’s, participants must attend all sessions in their entirety. The Training Institute has applied for 20 CEU’s for the three day event.   It is approved by Social Work and Psychology, and it is pending with LMFT, LPCC, and CADC.