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Santa Clara Title IV-E


Pre and Post Licensure Courses

The Title IV-E Collaborative is excited to share with you a ‘sneak peek’ at the pre and
post licensing classes that will be available this fiscal year . All the classes you will need as
an associate as well as all the renewal classes will be available locally and at no charge to

Legal & Ethical Issues

Instructor: Thomas Plante

Nov—Dec 2009
Substance Abuse
Partners: Instructor: Rosemary Tisch

West Valley College

HIV and Youth
-Mae Conroy-
Instructor: Jerry Solomon
County of Santa Clara
Human Sexuality
Social Services Agency
2/24/2010 & 2/25/2010
-Lynette Harrison-
Instructor: Joyce Lisbin
-Linda Martinez-
Business and Professional Code– Section 28
EMQ FF 3/5/2010
Learning & Development Instructor: Miriam Wolfe

Aging and Long Term Care
4/22/2010 & 4/23/2010

www.emqff.org Instructor: Michael Peck

Bio Psycho Social Aspects of Aging

Instructor: Michael Peck

The Santa Clara County Social Services Agency partners

Supervision of Interns—2 Days
with West Valley College and EMQ FamiliesFirst to offer
5/11 /2010 & 5/12/2010
quality Title IV-E training to state licensed/approved child Instructor: Melanie Stern
care institutions providing care to foster and adopted children,
and current and prospective foster and adoptive parents. Intimate Partner Violence
Maureen Lowell
Nov—Dec 2009 Classes
To register for any of these classes go to www.emqff.org and click on Training.
Follow the steps to register or you can contact Christina Parker within the
EMQ FF Learning and Development Department at 335-1816 for assistance.
*Room locations for these courses will be posted on the website*

November 2009
CPR First Aid
Participants in this course will receive American Red Cross Participants in this course will receive American Red Cross
Adult, Infant & Child CPR certification, valid for 1 year from Community First Aid & Safety certification, valid for 3 years
date of completion. Basic emergency procedures and tech- from date of completion. Basic emergency responses to bleed-
niques for cardiopulmonary resuscitation, rescue breathing, ing, shock, burns, muscle, bone, joint, head & spine injuries,
choking and heart attacks are provided. The instructional bites, stings, and sudden illness are provided. The materials
vehicles used in this course include video, a laminated quick used in this course include video, first aid kits, role play, &
reference skills card, role play with mannequins, and lecture lecture and is administered by American Red Cross certified
and are administered by an American Red Cross certified instructors.
11/12/2009 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
11/6/2009 8:30 am to 1:00 pm Instructors: Ann Bundlie
Instructor: George Mageles
11/13/2009 8:30 am to 12:30pm
11/11/2009 8:30 am to 1:00 pm Instructor: George Mageles
Instructors: Ann Bundlie
11/25/2009 8:30am to 12:30pm
11/24//2009 8:30 am to 1:00pm Instructors: Ann Bundlie
Instructors: Ann Bundlie

Mindfulness for Professionals

Confidentiality/HIPAA and Child/ Elder Abuse Learner Objectives: Identify the common elements of mindful-
Staff become acquainted with confidentiality and abuse re- ness, Teach easy-to-understand mindfulness practices to cli-
porting laws. They are taught about the confidentiality laws ents, Evaluate your own level of mindfulness, Understand the
including California's Lanterman Petris Short Act and the three levels of meditative practice and their relationship to
federal HIPAA guidelines. The course reviews procedures for mindfulness in daily living, Describe the latest developments in
child and elder abuse reporting, privacy notice, consent neuroscience related to effective counseling, Explain the
forms, and child and family rights through lecture, power- brain's arming system, Utilize basic terms and concepts of
point presentation, and class discussion. brain function in the counseling process, Apply specific mind-
fulness practices in both your personal and professional
11/5/2009 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Instructor: Ann Bundlie 11/4/2009 8:30am— 4:00pm
Instructor: Terry Fralich

Managing Loss and Change: Survival Tools Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Day 2
Loss is a fact of living. Grief is the natural, human response Thursday 11/19/2009 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
to any loss or change. Issues such as death, living with a Instructor: Ann Bundlie
serious illness, job loss or change, separation, divorce, vio-
lence and sudden or traumatic incidents confront us both
personally and professionally on a daily basis. Explore life
affirming coping tools. Identify how to recognize stress and
grief responses in yourself and others, as well as identify December 2009
positive action steps for healing. Outcome: Identify dynamics
of loss and change that can cause a grief response, Identify
Confidentiality/HIPAA and Child/ Elder Abuse
behaviors, feelings and thoughts that are common responses
in grief, Practice tools for responding to your own grief experi-
ence, Utilize the four step process of: Acknowledge, Express, 12/2/2009 8:30 am to 12:00 pm
Act and Celebrate as a format for grief recovery Instructor: Ann Bundlie

11/4/2009 CPR
Instructor: Janet Childs
12/3/2009 8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Instructors: Ann Bundlie
Crash Course in DSM IV
You will take away evidence-based, state of the art treatment
planning guidelines for the ten most common psychiatric 12/4/2009 8:30– 1:00pm
diagnoses. Enhance differential diagnosis skills and improve Instructor: George Mageles
your knowledge of current standards of practice. In addition,
learn how to use the DSM-IV to more effectively interact with 12/8//2009 8:30 am to 1:00pm
the medical community, and those agencies responsible for Instructors: Ann Bundlie
supervising our work. We will focus on the specifics of risk
management through effective documentation, and communi- First Aid
cating concisely and successfully with fellow caregivers, fami-
lies and third party payers.
12/4/2009 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Instructors: Ann Bundlie
11/16/2009 9:00am to 5:00pm
Instructor: Robert Bogenberger
12/10/2009 8:30am to 12:30pm
Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Day 1 Instructors: Ann Bundlie
The goal of this training program is to train care workers to
help young people develop new responses to their environ- 12/11/2009 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
ment that will enable them to achieve a higher level of social Instructor: George Mageles
and emotional maturity. The techniques presented in this
training program are designed to provide the skills, knowl- Bridges out of Poverty
edge, and confidence direct care workers need in order to This training gives both social service providers and the
deal with children and young people in crisis and to be in community members key lessons in dealing with individuals
control of the situation in order to bring about change and from poverty. Topics include increasing awareness of the
growth. This course will provide both structure to make sense differences in economic cultures, how those differences af-
of young people's difficult behavior, and tools to prevent and fect opportunities for success, developing an action plan to
manage crisis situations. It will present a therapeutic ap- improve services to clients.
proach to crisis intervention. A TCI certified instructor facili-
tates this lesson with the aid of video, role-play, and group 12/10/2009 8:30am to 4:30pm
Instructor: Teri Dreussi Smith
Wednesday 11/18/2009 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Instructor: Ann Bundlie

Visitation, Coaching and Active Intervention Upcoming 2010 Trainings:
Visitation is one of the largest predictors of successful reunifi- *Please check the website for times and locations*
cation. In this training, participants will explore coaching
strategies and action interventions in an effort to promote Supervision of Interns– Refresher
healthy and successful visitation. Participants will also look at
assessment and planning to determine the appropriate level
Supervision of Visitation
of visitation. Lecture, role play, video, and demonstration will
be used to allow participants to practice specific coaching
and intervention techniques. The training emphasizes a Trauma and the Brain
strength-based approach addressing appropriate communi-
cation and strategies for coaching individuals to change be- Trauma, PTSD and Traumatic Grief
haviors. Target Audience: The training will be targeted to
child welfare workers, support workers, foster parents, and The Gift of ADHD
those persons interested in learning more about strategies
that will enhance visitation in an effort to improve outcomes Solutions to Impulsivity, Teaching Kids to Slow down
for children and their families.

12/10//2009 9:00am to 430pm

Instructor: George Doub

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Day 1

12/15/2009 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Instructor: Ann Bundlie

Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Day 2

Wednesday 12/16/2009 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Instructor: Ann Bundlie


Many of our classes provide free continuing education for licensed professionals. Please check after the
course name for the symbol that indicates what CEU’s are offered or have been requested for a specific
course. You must sign in on the separate CEU sign in sheet at the beginning and end of each class session,
provide your professional license number, and provide your mailing address to receive continuing education
credit and a certificate.

Certificates are e-mailed directly to the licensed professional. Please retain these for your records.
If you have any questions about continuing education courses please contact Ann Bundlie at 408-335-1815
or email at abundlie@emq.fforg.


Group Home Administrator’s credit approved 2
Group Home Administrator’s– course has been submitted for review *
MCEP– course has been submitted for review

Board of Behavioral Sciences– PCE 4472; Board of Registered Nursing– CEP 13193; California As-
sociation of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors– 4S-94-282-0811; California Department of Social
Services, Administrator Certification Program -Provider # 1000593-730-2; Mandatory Continuing Edu-
cation for Psychologists- EMQ001

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