Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 4, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 9, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 10, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 17, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Volunteer Orientation

May 17, 2018 | Free

Want to learn how you can support Southwest Human Development with your time and talents? There are so many volunteer opportunities, from group events to ongoing engagments. Come and learn more about how you can get involved at one of our volunteer orientations! This 30-minute introduction will go over available opportunities, requirements and program information. Sign up today!

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 19, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 24, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 17, May 19, June 8 and June 14 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Care2Act May - 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Training

May 24, 2018 | Free

Networking 4:30 - 5:30Training 5:30 - 6:30 Using the 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team to Achieve More Whether getting others on board to support community activities is your role or something you volunteered to steer, guiding a team can be tough.  This interactive workshop will provide some insights on how & why we need to work better together as leaders to achieve better team results.  Based on the internationally best-selling leadership fable, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by​ ​Patrick Lencioni, The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ facilitates a unique learning​ ​experience that measures and develops the top five behaviors of a healthy, well-functioning​ ​team.  Led by a certified Five Behaviors Partner, participants will leave with an introduction to each of the Five Behaviors and some exercises that they can take home and offer in their own organizations.  Plus, we will get to know others in our Care2Act group- Yea! Presenter: Kellie Zimmet With her love of adventure you can often find Kellie Zimmet traveling combined with long-distance backpacking, having hiked thousands of miles locally & in Europe.  She’s up for almost any challenge as long as it doesn't include snakes. She is actively involved as a business mentor in the Phoenix Area including with Seed Spot.  She served as the director for Central Phoenix Woman in addition to many past board positions including the current with Kegelbell, a company focused on taboo women’s health issues. But let’s talk business results: Kellie believes that all great successes come from elevating human potential.  This includes business success.  As a founding partner at the consulting firm Elevate Human Potential, she works closely with companies in helping them to understand people issues and help them inspire the best work from their teams.  She loves solving “people challenges.” Utilizing the latest in psychometric assessment tools, she can help match the perfect candidates to the roles you need filled in your organization, craft the perfect coaching or training approach to improve performance or help promote talent effectively.  Her facilitated sessions include The 5 Behaviors of a Cohesive Team, Everything DISC, Teambuilding Workshops for charity, and a variety of management and leadership skills. Using wit, frank discussion and experience she skillfully inspires your team to bring their best selves to the workplace. 

Trauma-Informed Care: What It Means to “Hold Trauma in Mind” (Part 2)

May 29, 2018 | Free

SPECIAL NOTICE: The May 29 and the June 30 training dates will be held at Southwest Human Development's Main Office located at 2850 N. 24th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85008. All other trainings will be facilitated at the 40 Palms Office Building located at 4041 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85008. Prerequisite: Participants must complete the Trauma-Informed Care Part 1 training prior to attending the Part 2 training. Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.

Trauma-Informed Care: The Importance of Relationships (Part 1)

May 31, 2018 | Free

Trauma has a disruptive and potentially long-lasting impact on children, families, and communities. A trauma-informed approach to services supports well-being and recovery. Southwest Human Development is offering trauma-informed trainings designed for pediatric behavioral health providers participating in the AHCCCS Targeted Investments (TI) Program who work with children ages birth to 18. Core Areas of Focus Principles of trauma-informed care and implications of trauma in childhood The impact of trauma on relationships and the importance of relationships in helping children heal from trauma Characteristics of evidence-based trauma-informed practices Eligibility Trauma-informed care training is open to participants in the AHCCCS Targeted Investment (TI) Program in pediatric behavioral health including clinicians, supervisors and case managers who work with children ages birth to 18.