We have been contacted by a client with wings and a baby face who insisted we needed to do more research on Valentine’s day. Some might say we need to find some help with our hallucinations, but we just decided to make them a client. Here is our totally scientific, research-driven poll. Please take a minute to respond and we will publish aggregate results next week. Your responses remain anonymous and confidential.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2016 12:30 PM— 2 PM
ERIE COUNTY FAMILY COURT, 5TH FLOOR WAITING AREA
This training will:
- Share information about our Immigrant/Refugee Communities directly from the community.
- Explore what we need to know as practitioners in order to best support and represent families from Immigrant and Refugee Communities in Family Court and Child Welfare matters.
Presenter: Awadiya Ahmed Yahia, Ph.D.
Topic: A Conversation with Representatives from the Sudanese Community of Erie County
To Register, Go To: https://24.selectsurvey.net/nyscourts/TakeSurvey.aspx?SurveyID=76KHn836
For Information Contact:
Aimee L. Neri, LMSW, 8TH Judicial District Liaison
Child Welfare Court Improvement Project
716-845-2753 or email@example.com
Sometimes, data visualizations can be a lot of fun. On our customer feedback form, which we have used for several years, we asked customers to provide 5 one-word adjectives describing CCNY’s work, and turned it into a visualization based on the words used most frequently. Today is our yearly retreat where we reflect on the work we’ve done, and prepare for our future work. We will hand out magnets with this image for all staff to remind them of the great work we’ve done. If you want to do the same, get some words and head over to http://www.wordle.net/.
The Erie County Department of Mental Health and the University Psychiatric Practice have collaborated to provide a monthly mental health seminar on a variety of topics. It will occur on the 3rd Wednesday of every month, beginning October 21st, 2015. Please note that there are only 40 spots available for the October 21st seminar and it will be on a first come first serve basis. Please RSVP (for the October 21st seminar ONLY) to Chelsea.firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday October 16, 2015. She will be sending a monthly notice for each seminar. If you have any questions, please contact Chelsea Dominick at (716) 858-1531 or Chelsea.email@example.com.
The Buffalo Psychiatric Center
400 Forest Ave
Buffalo, NY 14213
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Dr. Peter S. Martin, MD, MPH
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry University at Buffalo & Associates
Proposed Seminars are below:
10/21/15– Normal Development and Attachment
12/16/15 – Aggression and Behavioral Disturbances in Childhood
1/20/16 – Anxiety
2/17/16 – PTSD
3/16/16 – Depression
4/20/16 – Bipolar Disorder
5/18/16 – Autism Spectrum Disorders
6/15/16– Substance Use Disorders
7/20/16 – Common Medications in Mental Health
8/17/16 – “Mental Health” vs. “Behavioral Health” – What does it mean?
9/21/16 – Intersection between Mental Health and the Juvenile Justice System