TRAININGAdvanced Topics in Addressing Youthful Problem Sexual Behavior – Virtual Online Training 2021
The New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc., with funding from the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission, is offering scholarships to qualified applicants to attend the 2021 nine-hour virtual training entitled: Advanced Topics Addressing Youthful Problem Sexual Behavior, an Advanced Workshop.
Internationally recognized specialist in problem sexual behavior by youth, Joann Schladale, MS, LMFT, has created a team of national trainers in response to two five-year federal grants studying her treatment model, Practice Self-Regulation™ (PS-R). In 2021 this virtual training is placing a spotlight on the expertise of New Mexican specialists who are PS-R National Trainers now teaching professionals around the country. Statewide expertise is being highlighted in order to best serve the cultural needs throughout New Mexico.
You are invited to apply for a scholarship to attend the nine-hour Advanced Course entitled: Advanced Topics in Addressing Youthful Problem Sexual Behavior, an Advanced Workshop of the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc.
PREREQUISITE — To be eligible to attend, you MUST HAVE COMPLETED the two-week certification course at some time in the past.
In order to attend, all applicants are required to submit at least three topics for the agenda (see application form). Please be as specific as possible about challenges you face addressing problem sexual behavior in order to best meet your need for attending. We strongly encourage you to provide a case consult as participants always report that these are very helpful! As soon as suggestions are received, Joann will create the agenda so we can further collaborate to enhance everyone’s learning experience.
We look forward to seeing you on screen early next year!
- Eligibility: Up to 40 New Mexicans will be chosen for participation
1. Participant must have attended a previous two-week training given by Joann Schladale
2. Agency supervisor must approve participant’s ‘training leave.’
Since the space is so very limited and the scholarship costly, please do not apply if you will have to be on call during this time. Thank you!
E-mail to Ellen Gatewood at elleng
@nmcsap.org AND fax the signature page to (505) 883-7530. For questions contact Ellen Gatewood via email or at (505) 883-8020.
Social Work/Counseling credits will be applied for.
This training provided by the New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Inc. with funding from the New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission.