Working with Children and Adolescents in a Diverse Society
Students and mental health professionals will now have
the opportunity to discuss ways to counsel children and adolescents in today’s
diverse society thanks to a partnership between Hodges University and the
Southwest Florida Mental Health Association.
Children and Adolescents in a Diverse Society” workshop will be
from 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. February 25 at Hodges’ Fort Myers campus, which is
located at 4501 Colonial Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 33966. Professionals and
students in the field of human services, social work, psychology and counseling
are invited to hear mental health experts speak about the various forms of
counseling and therapies used when working with children and adolescents.
Topics will include Play Therapy, How Labels Affect
Children’s Identity, Adolescent Relationships and Gaining Momentum in Working
with Hispanic Families and their Children.
The cost to attend is $30 or $15 for students. There
is an additional $10 fee for individuals seeking continuing education units
(CEUs). The Mental Health Association of Southwest Florida will provide 4 CEUs
for all mental health providers and psychologists (Provider # BAP-307 Exp. 3/17
approved by Board of Psychology, Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family
Therapy & Mental health Counseling through the Department of Business &
Professional Regulations, State of Florida).
To register, visit http://www.hodges.edu/register/cmhc/.
For more information,
contact Dr. Ali Wolf at (239) 776-8277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.