On Friday July 28, I will be co-leading a CEU presentation titled “Supporting Your Clients in the College Environment”. Please see the information below for this FREE training:
Supporting Your Client in the College Environment
Who should attend: Anyone who works with college aged youth.
About this event: Over the past two decades, there has been a significant increase in individuals with existing mental health diagnoses attending college. Student Accessibility/Disability Services offices provide academic accommodations to assist and support students with visible and invisible diagnoses persist and succeed in the higher education environment through providing appropriate academic accommodations. This presentation will introduce mental health clinicians to college accommodations and provide guidance on completing necessary paperwork for their clients. This presentation will also cover how mental health symptoms may manifest differently in the college academic environment and how to assist clients attending college with appropriate on-campus resources for support and assistance for academic success.
Location – Kent State Stark; 6000 Frank Avenue NW, North Canton, OH 44720
Sciences & Nursing Building (SNB) Room 101
Cost – This is a free training.
Education credits – 1.5 CEUs available.
Limited space, please register by July 20, 2017.
Please contact me directly with any questions!
Emily L. Ribnik, M. Ed., LPCC-S
Clinical Mental Health Counselor
Chair – Campus Mental Health Coalition
Past President & Chair, Membership Committee – Ohio College Counseling Association
Chair, Professional Development Committee – Ohio Counseling Association
“Some say that the path from internal turmoil begins with a friendly ear. My ear is open if you care to use it.” TMNT, 1990
Campus Center – Lower Level
6000 Frank Avenue NW
North Canton, Ohio 44720
Confidential Fax: 330-244-3283