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FSU Field Day and Silent Auction Nov. 21

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(Updated 10/15/19)

The Center for the Study and Promotion of Communities, Families and Children at the College of Social Work partnered with Save the Children to offer support to the children and communities of the Florida Panhandle impacted by Hurricane Michael through several programs and events throughout the year. Read more here

Caregiver Journey of Hope Workshop – November 7, 2019 (Panama City, Florida)

Caregiver Journey of Hope Workshops (Nov. 7, 9, 17) are interactive 3-hour workshop that aims

to strengthen supportive and effective learning environments for children and youth by promoting

the emotional well-being of parents, caregivers, and any individual involved in a child’s life. The workshop

is designed to support all caregivers in increasing their capacity to give support and guidance to children

that will result in increasing their potential to thrive at school and home. By focusing on the impact that

caregivers have on children, participants will reflect on how life, daily stressors, and reactions to stress

carries over into care-giving. Caregiver Journey of Hope enhances coping skills, builds trust and community,

and identifies individual and community strengths and resources to move towards creating healthy and

productive environments for children.

​Caregiver Journey of Hope Facilitators Training (Nov. 15) will train participants in this structured emotional program to provide child caregivers with a safe space to reflect on life’s journey. Facilitators will gain skills to help adults enhance coping skills, develop their natural resiliency, adopt knowledge on stress reactions, and strengthen their social support networks. Offering this workshop to child caregivers opens the door for action to improve the community and school conditions and creates a stable, supportive learning environment for children’s healing, protection, and care.

Lecture - Deep Tailoring of Digital Health: Novel Content and Tech Features
Join FSU's College of Social Work: Center for the Study & Promotion of Communities,

Families and Children for a presentation on "Deep Tailoring of Digital Health: Novel Content and

Tech Features" by Dr. Kenneth Resnicow, University of Michigan on Thursday, November 21, 2019, 

at the College of Medicine in the Main Auditorium from 3:00-5:00pm. Light appetizers and beverages

will be served. RSVP:
Field Advisory Workshop – November 21, 2019 (Tallahassee, Florida)

Social workers are invited to join the FSU College of Social Work and National Association of Social Workers,

Florida Chapter on Thursday, November 21 at Innovation Park for the following workshops:

Ethical Use of Technology in Social Work
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Presenter: Earl Ledford, LCSW, CST, CAP

Opiate Addiction
1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Presenter: Dr.Eugene Sun, MD

Medical Cannabis
2:45 pm-4:45 pm
Presenter: Josephine Krel, LCSW

*6-Hours CEU (continuing education units are available)

**Silent auction proceeds will support student scholarships.

Registration:$60 - Full Day/$35 - Half Day | $30 - Student

Questions? Contact Katrina Boone (