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Working With Treatment Resistant Teens

Thursday, June 27th 12:00 • 2:30PM

$10 at the door for lunch and training

Registration at 12pm
The program starts promptly at 12:30pm.

Location:
Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital
1287 Fulton Road
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

Working With Treatment Resistant Teens

  • “Working with Treatment Resistant Teens,” is a training on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy [DBT] tools used by clinicians to help teens engage in their treatment.
  • Attendees will understand reasons teens are often resistant to treatment
  • Learn motivational interviewing tools to help teens engage in treatment

Emily Scoffield

Presented by:

Emily Scoffield, LCSW - Clinical Director Provo Canyon School

Emily Scoffield directs the clinical program at Provo Canyon School, which is an intensive, psychiatric youth residential treatment center in Utah. Emily began her clinical career in youth corrections and juvenile justice case management. At Provo Canyon she provides therapeutic services to troubled youth in state custody, with substance abuse and behavioral issues, while providing a nurturing, atmosphere of acceptance and understanding.

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About Lunch & Learn

Come join us at Aurora Santa Rosa Hospital every month for a new Lunch & Learn workshop. Eat lunch, socialize and learn more about important topics presented by experienced, practicing professionals. At the conclusion of each workshop, we will give tours of our facility for those who are interested.