NEW Newark & Camden Courses
Registration is now closed.
$35.00 for non-DMHAS state employees
$40.00 for Rutgers faculty
$20 for matriculated Rutgers students.
**Can be free to DMHAS funded mental health, substance use, and prevention agencies. New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services offers tuition remission for a limited number of applicants. To apply, complete the DMHAS Scholarship Application. Carefully check eligibility and application requirements. Applications must be received requested seminar(s). Applicant will be informed of scholarship decisions ~1 week prior to the requested seminar(s).
Newark0201: Motivational Interviewing **Will be held at 73 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair
Instructor: Katherine Glick, LPC, LCADC, BCHHP, MAC, ACS, CCS
This course will discuss and explore the foundational principles of the Transtheoretical Model and other health behavior theory in the context of a client's personal change process. The principles and key topics of Motivational Interviewing will be reviewed and explored, with particular focus on the application of principles to various case examples. Rogerian principles of client-centered relationship-building will also be explored as they relate to a client's experience through the change process. Participants will have opportunities to practice new skills in role-play and other experiential exercises..
CEU Hours: 6
Camden0301: Working with Challenging Clients
Instructor: Katherine Glick,LPC, LCADC, BCHHP, MAC, ACS, CCS
This course is designed to build the clinician's understanding and toolkit for working with challenging or difficult clients. The interpersonal and intrapersonal mechanisms of defensiveness and resistance will be discussed and explored, with specific focus on enhancing the clinician's understanding, empathy, and communication skills when encountering difficult clients. Key strategies will be applied to case examples and other experiential exercises.
CEU Hours: 6