International Men's Day is a worldwide intention to recognize, celebrate, and honor the positive value men bring to the world, their families, and their communities. This year, DBHIDS' EMOC will be orchestrating a virtual event set to raise awareness of men's well-being and specifically highlight the importance of positive role models with the theme, "Pillars of Hope: How Mentorship Shaped Us." Register in advance for this event: https://cbhphilly-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJErduyrrT0iHd1fkNGaGl-helF4hH0IrfxU After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. If you have any questions, please email DBHIDS' Raekwon Burton, Raekwon.Burton@Phila.Gov
Health screenings for women at ENON Baptist Tabernacle. Einstein Behavioral Health will be providing Behavioral Health Screenings.
Join us in-person at: Mental Health Partnerships Training Room 833 Chestnut Street, Suite 1100 Philadelphia, PA 19107 This training, adapted to address Peer's particular needs while working remotely, is intended to support staff in developing and maintaining appropriate boundaries in service provision, and explore and clarify ethical dilemmas. Participants will explore power and privilege and how these differentials affect our work. Participants will practice assessing decisions about boundaries and dual relationships. The Code of Ethical Conduct will be presented and participants will participate in interactive activities to support their learning experience and the implications of putting them into practice. This three-hour online experience will allow for question and answer, group discussion, activities and an evaluation. This 3-hour workshop fulfills the 3-hour CE requirement to maintain a CPS certification in the state of Pennsylvania.
This course lays the foundation for analyzing motivation: the psychological feature that drives a person to action toward a desired goal; the reason for the action; that which gives purpose and direction to behavior. Through presentations, groups discussions and other virtual engaging activities, participants will learn to apply Motivational Interviewing skills to the work they do with peer services recipients and other individuals they interact with in their daily live. Motivational Interviewing skills are beneficial to everyone in their daily lives. Sponsored by DBHIDS