Clinical Seminars

04/06/18, 4:46 PM
Upcoming Events
      Hoffman Homes for Youth is committed to the ongoing education and support of mental health clinicians and staff. To this end, we offer a number of seminars and workshops throughout the year in conjunction with McDaniel College. 
       Each day-long workshop includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and a guided tour of our program. Participants are encouraged to ask questions, engage in thoughtful discussion and network with professional colleagues. Each seminar session is approved for three (3) Continuing Education hours.

Friday, April 20, 2018

Therapy, Supports, and Accommodations for ADHD and Executive Function Disorder -- 8:30 AM

            Presenter:  Jennifer Neemann, Ph.D., McDamiel College

 ODD and Its Related Diagnoses: Treatment and Coping Strategies -- 12:45 PM

           Presenter:  Jennifer Neemann, Ph.D., McDamiel College

   View Seminar Brochure

For more information or with questions, please contact:
Lori Garman
Vice President of Quality & Risk Management
Hoffman Homes for Youth
815 Orphanage Road
Littlestown, PA 17340
717-359-7148, ext. 2200
Fax: 717-359-2600
 
Previous Seminars Hosted at Hoffman Homes

Best Practices in Our Work With Childhood Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Presented by Michelle Young, LCSW-C

 View Seminar Brochure

Working with Individuals with High-Functioning ASD: A Clinician’s Guide

Presented by Michelle Young, LCSW-C

 View Seminar Brochure
When Dating Becomes Dangerous
Presented by Michelle Young, LCSW-C
 View Seminar Brochure
Engaging Challenging Families
Presented by Catherine Orzolek-Kronner, Ph.D
 View Seminar Brochure
When the Body is the Battlefield: Helping Others to Break the Cycle of Self-Injury 
Presented by Heidi Huber MSW, LCSW-C
 View Seminar Brochure
The Intersection of Multicultural Competence and Emotional Intelligence on Leadership: Concepts and Considerations for Mental Health Practitioners  (Half-Day Session)                        
Presented by Matthew R. Shupp, Ed.D
 View Seminar Brochure
The Transition from DSM-IV-TR to DSM-5: A Review for Counseling and Related Professionals
Presented by Todd K. Whitman, Ph.D., NCC, LPC, ACS
 View Seminar Brochure
Balancing the Mind: Using Grounding and Mndfulness Techniques in Clinical Practice
Presented by Jennifer Clements, Ph.D., MSW.
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Eating:  A Complicated Issue in a Fat-Phobic Culture
Presented by Catherine Orzolek-Kronner, Ph.D and MIchelle Young, LCSW-C
  View Seminar Brochure



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