January 17, 2022 19:32 EST

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Webinar –”Therapists, PTSD, and the Military”

Join us for this upcoming webinar…

“Therapists, PTSD, and the Military: The challenges & pitfalls associated with developing a strong therapeutic relationship”

Presented by Tony Dice, PhD, CSAC

This free webinar is scheduled for January 19 1:00 – 2:30pm EST and offers 1.5 CE credits.

This presentation provides an overview of the issues to consider when treating PTSD in active-duty military and veterans. Research that highlights the divergence in prevalence rates of PTSD and other post-deployment mental health problems across nations, and potential causes and implications will be explored.

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I hope you are able to join us!

Morgan Pagels
National Clinical Outreach
Summit Behavioral Healthcare, LLC
Phone: (443) 307-7256
Fax: (800) 480-5157
Admissions: (888) 518-0416

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Youth Challenge Academy

Mentors Needed for DE Cadets in next Youth ChalleNGe Class

Change the world; influence a life one youth at a time!

SEEKING MENTORS  for Youth ChalleNGe Class 57

Oct 2021 – Mar 2022

The Youth ChalleNGe (YC) program provides a second-chance opportunity to Delaware at-risk youth. Our Cadets have moved on to pursue higher education, seek employment, and some have joined the military. Mentor/Mentee relationships are key to supporting the Cadet’s success.

See informational flyer attached. Anyone interested to be considered, please complete and submit a Mentor Application to the Program POC:  Mrs.
Karen Hughes.

Mrs. Karen M. Hughes
Youth ChalleNGe Program Counselor Liaison

2021 Class57_Volunteer Mentors Needed FLYER


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Brain Injury Educational Webinar Series

Educate Delaware 2021: An Educational Webinar Series for Delaware’s Brain Injury Community

This Brain Injury Association of Delaware (BIADE) webinar series provides life skills, resources and useful information on current trends and topics related to brain injury. Brain Injury can cause many kinds of physical, cognitive, behavioral, and emotional impairments that are sometimes temporary and sometimes permanent depending on the individual and the severity of the brain injury. Impairments can range from subtle to severe. The BIADE Webinar Series will provide useful information for survivors, family members, caregivers, and members of the brain injury community.

Cheryl Doucette

2021 BIADE Webinar Series - Public View (v3) - Final Draft
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Delaware National Guard

Youth ChalleNGe Information Sessions

The Delaware National Guard announces INFO SESSIONS for the next Youth ChalleNGe class.

The National Guard’s Youth ChalleNGe program is for high school dropouts, those no longer attending, and those failing in high school. The Youth ChalleNGe program is a highly structured military styled, non-traditional educational environment that integrates training, mentoring, tough love, and diverse educational and extracurricular activities. The Youth ChalleNGe Academy is a 17-1/2 month program that offers at-risk youth the opportunity to get a GED after a 22-week in-resident program located in Laurel, MD. This program is an excellent opportunity for students that cannot conform to a traditional learning environment and are willing to learn but need discipline.

Program requirements are as follows:

  • Age: 16-18 years old
  • Legal: No violent or felony offenses and cannot currently have charges pending
  • Mental: No history of mental disorders
  • At-risk students: Students who dropped out or are in the process of dropping out of high school.

There is no cost for tuition, room, or meals.

The start date for the next class is October 11, 2021. Interested candidates should apply by September 15, 2021.

Information session briefings will be conducted in the coming weeks (see attached flyer) for those who want to learn more about the program. If you are unable to attend an info session, contact Mrs. Hughes to schedule a private appointment.

Karen Hughes
Youth ChalleNGe Counselor Liaison
302-326-7102 OFFICE

2021_Class 57 YC Info Sessions
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