Tag: Training

Free Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist and Certified Doula Program training opportunity

Free Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist and Certified Doula Program training opportunity

| August 2, 2022

The Center for Health and Recovery is offering free Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist and Certified Doula Program training vitally from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. from Aug. 22 through Aug. 26 and in-person from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m from Aug. 29 through Sept. 2 at CHR in Phoenix.

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Connection Spotlight — CCC&Y provides variety of free online training including ‘Thriving Families’

Connection Spotlight — CCC&Y provides variety of free online training including ‘Thriving Families’

| July 26, 2022

The Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth provides a variety of free online training programs for parents, caregivers and all community members.

Our free Thriving Families webinar is a great starting place for parents, caregivers and community members brand new to the topics such as brain development, adverse childhood experiences, resilience and mindfulness.  It is a great jumping off place to go deeper in knowledge and support through the rest of our library of webinars.

With thousands of views across our various topics, we are sure there is something for all community members and professionals.  Whether you are seeking the best info for your family, your community or a program you work for, get a taste for our research supported prevention and community work.

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Connections Spotlight — Is Your Team Speaking the Same Language?

Connections Spotlight — Is Your Team Speaking the Same Language?

| March 22, 2022

Coconino Coalition for Children and Youth recently talked to a CEO of a youth-serving organization who is onboarding several new employees. He was pleased to know that CCC&Y had resources to ensure all staff could be trained in trauma-informed practices. We shared our list of on-demand webinars, and our CEO partner is now ensuring they are incorporated into the onboarding protocol.

With Child Abuse Prevention Month approaching in April, CCC&Y would love to support you to ensure all staff have the tools they need to become trauma-informed. CCC&Y has on-demand webinars on our website www.coconinokids.org. In addition, training topics can be provided to your organization on a day and time that work for the staff. Training is conducted either virtually or in person and is tailored to meet the needs of specific groups within Coconino County.

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Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y presents free web resource — ‘Mindfulness for Professionals and Parents’

Connections Spotlight: CCC&Y presents free web resource — ‘Mindfulness for Professionals and Parents’

| June 15, 2020

CCC&Y has created Mindfulness for Professionals and Parents, an hour-long free webinar that highlights the importance mindfulness holds for both individuals and for those we are working with. Participants said:

“I felt better immediately at the beginning of the training!”

“Mindfulness is an important part of daily operations! We need to remember to take time for ourselves. I love the acronyms and will share with my NAU students!!!!”

“I found the training to be very relevant at this time in our lives.”

CCC&Y has multiple reasons for focusing on mindfulness as a strategy in our community.  We know the benefits it has for overall mental and physical health.  We know that it is a useful strategy to help with both substance abuse prevention and child abuse prevention.  Further, as Ruth King notes,

“When we are unconscious of how we affect each other, we are more likely to cause harm.  However, when nonharming is at the forefront of our awareness, it becomes an anchor, a way of reminding us, moment to moment, to pay attention- to live mindfully.”

In an effort to address how we treat each other and ourselves we invite you to explore more on this topic.  Let’s all work toward healing together!

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Adolescent Brain Training

Adolescent Brain Training

| October 29, 2018

Barb Iversen is a Family Life Coach with many years of experience in providing parenting education and professional development. This training focuses on the impact of stress and how traumatic events can affect the different facets of life in childhood and adolescent brain development. Participants will identify strategies to promote healthy development and adaptive coping.

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Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

| October 14, 2018

Teen Brain is designed for both the parent of a child who is, or will soon be a teen, and for individuals that regularly interact with this age group. The session will focus on the scientific overview of this second opportunity to influence brain development, the first being the early development of a child’s brain.

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Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

| October 7, 2018

Teen Brain is designed for both the parent of a child who is, or will soon be a teen, and for individuals that regularly interact with this age group. The session will focus on the scientific overview of this second opportunity to influence brain development, the first being the early development of a child’s brain.

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Neurosequential Model of Caregiving Training #2

Neurosequential Model of Caregiving Training #2

| October 7, 2018

2 Hour Foster/Adoptive Parent Training “The Neurosequential Model in Caregiving: The Arizona Training Project”

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Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

Free Teen Brain Training Workshop

| September 30, 2018

Teen Brain is designed for both the parent of a child who is, or will soon be a teen, and for individuals that regularly interact with this age group. The session will focus on the scientific overview of this second opportunity to influence brain development, the first being the early development of a child’s brain.

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Neurosequential Model of Caregiving Training

Neurosequential Model of Caregiving Training

| September 16, 2018

2 Hour Foster/Adoptive Parent Training “The Neurosequential Model in Caregiving: The Arizona Training Project”

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