Day One This eight-hour training is designed to enable professionals, policy makers, and managers to identify burnout at work and how it relates to an employee’s job attitudes, including job self-efficacy, job satisfaction, and turnover intent. Participants will learn about transformational leadership, and how it can be used at any organizational level to promote a safe and productive work environment. Learn how burnout can affect employee morale, and identify employee workplace challenges and identify strategies to address these challenges.
Dr. Gilbert Franco, Ph.D. Clinical Supervisor at McAlister Institute, El Cajon, CA.
“Evidence-based” is another buzz word seen as all-important in counseling and yet everyone seems to have their own definition of what it means. This eight-hour training will lay a foundation for what evidence-based means to different facets of the helping profession and the process a treatment modality would go through to achieve this status. Learn specific techniques from three evidence-based theories (CBT, ACT, Risk-Needs-Responsivity Model) and how to appropriately integrate the techniques.
Dr. Julie Hayden, Psy.D. Dean of Behavioral Sciences, Southern California Seminary. Executive Director, Rhombus
BBS PCE# 3687
provided by Southern California Seminary
2075 E. Madison Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92019