Allen Superior Court is pleased to offer Continuing Education Units for LSW, LCSW, LMHC and LMFT licensure approved through Category One of the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency.
In order to receive hours, attendees must sign in at the Conference Registration Desk on the “Continuing Education Hours Sign-in/out” sheet with the time they arrived at the Conference. At the end of the Conference, attendees must return to the Registration Desk and sign-out on the same sheet, indicating the time they are leaving the conference. Attendees are responsible for their own signatures, and may not sign in/out for other conference attendees. Allen Superior Court/Great KIDS make Great COMMUNITIES will not issue Continuing Education Units to attendees who do not sign in and/or out. Additionally, payment must be received (applicable only for Conference on Youth attendees) for CEU’s before they can be issued.
This process has been developed in conjunction with the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency’s rules and regulations for tracking licensure hours. We appreciate your assistance in this matter.
CEU’s will be mailed to participants after the Conference. No partial credit will be issued – participants MUST stay for the entire conference in order to receive CEU’s, signing out after the last workshop.
Learning Objectives for the Annual Conference on Youth
By participating in the Annual Conference on Youth, the audience will be able to:
• Identify several best-practices in working with youth in at least two key areas
• Understand the principles of positive youth development
• Utilize new techniques in their work with youth to increase mental and/or physical health and wellbeing of clients
• Apply positive youth development concepts to their work with youth resulting in building resiliency factors in youth
• Have a working knowledge of the 40 Developmental Assets
• Identify at least one community partner they can rely on to complement client services
• Understand the benefits of using positive youth development concepts in their work with youth and families
• Understand how increasing assets in youth increases overall youth health and well-being
• Apply prevention techniques to their work and personal lives to increase the safety, wellbeing, and health of youth