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Spring 2019 Professional Development Series

Prevocational Services

S9 Methods for Teaching Employment Related Skills: April 13, 2019, 10a-4p. Location: Rutgers at Camden County College, 200 College Drive, Jefferson Hall, Room 302, Blackwood, NJ

Career Services

Enhancing Service Through Concurrent Documentation: April 10, 2019, 10a-12:30p. Location: Live webinar via Zoom.

Shared Decision Making for Career Planning: May 1, 2019, 10a-3:30p. Location: Rutgers at Camden County College, 200 College Drive, Jefferson Hall, Room 302, Blackwood, NJ

New Hire Supported Education Series in Collaboration with the Career Connection of MHANJ of: June 11, 18, 25 and July 9, 2019, 10a-4p. Location: Middlesex County Fire Academy, 1001 Fire Academy Drive, Sayreville, NJ

To register, please contact Debbie Rich: debbie.rich@rutgers.edu

New Training! Cognitive Remediation & Executive Functioning

Join us in Piscataway on Wednesday April 3, 2013 for a FREE training on Cognitive Remediation. This training is an overview of a burgeoning approach to improving employment and educational outcomes among people with psychiatric conditions.   Michelle Mullen-Gonzalez will review the current research and outcomes associated with cognitive remediation in mental health. Multiple cognitive remediation strategies will be reviewed and participants will have an opportunity to practice and experience selected cognitive training approaches.
For additional information contact Brittany Stone: stonebl@umdnj.edu. To register, please visit our website or email Debbie Rich: richd1@umdnj.edu

FREE!!! NewTraining: Narrative Approach to Career Development

Don’t miss our new training: Narrative Approach to Career Development! It’s part of the Career Development Training Series in the advanced track. The training will be held on 1/23/13 from 9:45am-4pm at UMDNJ’s Stratford campus. For more information or to sign up for this new training please go to our website.

 From the Trainer:

People in recovery pursuing their career goals confront many challenges, however, confronting challenges while pursuing career goals is not unique to people with psychiatric illness. How did you get to where you are today? Chances are it was a process, or as more recent career development theorists Drs. Cochran and Savickas contend, it is the story of your career!

This interactive training will teach providers how to help individuals they work with reframe their thinking about themselves in regard to their careers. Attendees will develop their own career narrative during this training, and be provided with tools to help people in recovery develop a career narrative that will be empowering and assist with choosing a career path.