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10 Get Your Groups in Gear: For Children & Teens
6 Clinical CEUs
December 13, 2013
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Club Dining Room at Magill Commons
Spruce up your groups with creative and expressive therapeutic activities and games! In this engaging and interactive workshop you will gain knowledge and skills of group development, engagement, use of strengths, verbal and non-verbal communication, building self-esteem and mutual aid within the group. You will also, explore the use of therapeutic activities to enhance social skills, assertiveness, anger management, stress management, self-esteem and body image. The activities and games are suitable and adaptable for children ages 6-18 as well as children with special needs.
Helene Knee, MSW, LCSW,
received her master’s degree in social work in health and rehabilitation from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign. She has been working with families that include children with special needs for over 25 years. She is presently a clinical social worker at the Craniofacial/Pediatric Specialty Center at Saint Peter’s University Hospital. She has also worked as a case manager for Special Child Health Services. She is a skilled group facilitator for children and teens and has worked with children with ADHD, LD and developmental disabilities. She is presently a field supervisor at Monmouth University.