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Human Services Network of Colorado
Workshop Descriptions


Case Management

Connecting Paradigms  

Cultural Competence
Direct Service Provider Series
Legal Rights
Mandatory Reporting
Motivational Interviewing  Motivational Interviewing is a collaborative conversation style for strengthening a person's own motivation and commitment to change. It has been successfully used with populations where resistance is prevalent, including adults and adolescents who deal with legal problems, substance abuse and mental health issues.  Motivational Interviewing provides a “tool box” of techniques and strategies which will help you to be more effective in working with clients with a wide range of challenges.  
Trauma-Informed_Care
Verbal De-Escalation
Youth Engagement
Leadership
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Motivational Interviewing for Supervisors
Professional Ethics
Respectful Workplaces
Strategic Planning
Supervision Techniques
Team Building
Mental Health
Addiction Treatment
Anxiety & Depression
BiPolar Disorder
Cognitive Impairment
Grief and Loss
Intimate Partner Violence
Narcissism
Personality Disorders
PTSD & TBI
Sex Offenders
Suicidal Ideation
Self-Care
De-Cluttering
Emotional Intelligence
Healthy Boundaries
Positive Relationships
Relaxation & Introspection
Vicarious Trauma
Other
Advocacy Skills
Human Trafficking
Immigrants & Refugees
Working with Ex-Felons


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