Fall 2016 Workshop Series: KIDS in Crisis

The Department of Counselor Education at the University of Montana, in conjunction with Children’s Museum Missoula, is pleased to announce the details of our Fall 2016 Workshop Series: KIDS in Crisis.

This unique workshop series can be taken for three UM graduate credits in Counselor Education, or for up to 39 professional continuing education clock hours for counselors, social workers, or psychologists. The workshop consists of three Friday-Saturday sessions, featuring expert presenters in the field. Sessions will be held in the Phyllis J. Washington Education Center, Room 241, from 8:30-4:30 on the following dates:

Session I: Nov 18-19, Sandcastles & Soggy Spots: Using play therapy to engage caregivers and foster resiliency, Crystal Amundson, MS, LCPC, RPT-S

Session II: Dec 2-3, Grief Matters: Stabilizing and strengthening families following loss and trauma, Tina Barrett, Ed.D., LCPC, and Kimberly Parrow, M.A.

Session III: Dec 9-10, Welcome, Honor and Connect: Building capacity for schools and families to partner for children, Jennifer Calder, Outreach & Communications Director, KIDS COUNT, UM

The fee associated with the workshop’s three UM graduate credits is $800. Cost to attend without earning graduate credit is $300 for each session individually, or $800 for all three sessions.

Please see the Registration Form for registration and payment instructions, session descriptions, and presenter bios. Registration forms and check payment can be submitted to the Counselor Education department at UM. Online payment is available as well, on the Children’s Museum website https://www.childrensmuseummissoula.org/.

We hope to see you there!