April Counseling Event: Post-its-to-Practice Virtual Symposium
The Post-its-to-Practicum Virtual Symposium will provide various sessions that focus on supporting the needs and changing the narrative of children and adolescents involved in the child welfare system and those with an incarcerated parent.
This workshop is designed for helping professionals, graduate students and supportive adults who have an interest in these fields. Attendees will explore interventions and best practices that will support their advocacy efforts and connect with other professionals and supportive adults in these fields.
Attendees may earn a certificate of up to 4 clock hours of continuing education for this half-day workshop.
Session topics delivered by guest facilitators include:
College and career readiness for foster youth
Support for formerly incarcerated parents in re-establishing child-parent relationships
Social/emotional support for foster youth
Mental health needs for children from diverse sexual and gender identities
This event is sponsored by the NCCU Counselor Education Program, NCCU Juvenile Justice Institute (JJI) and Our Children's Place of Coastal Horizons.