Dedicated to improving quality services to organizations and families:
1. Title of Presentation:
Keys to Successful Relationship "from childhood to adulthood"
explores relationships from physiological and psychological perspectives. It will discuss the types and phases of relationships,
perceptions, compromises and truth.
Learning Objectives: Keeping the Fire Burning
learn why some marriages succeed and others fail.
Participants will learn the meaning of commitment.
will learn the six phases of a relationship.
Participants will learn how to balance intimacy and autonomy.
will learn the importance of listening, reacting and acting.
Participants will learn about natural and unexpected changes
in the physical body (both male and female) that can affect the self-concept and self esteem.
Participants will be able
to examine physiological problems associated with marital difficulties and the little blue pill.
needed - Minimum of three to eight hours
See Educational Trainings for other topics.
Don See or Allen Huff
Title of Presentation:
Life Of and After Domestic Violence.
2. Area of Focus: Domestic Violence and Other Co-occurring Disorders
• To educate participants about the Domestic Violence Cycle and its progression
• To teach participants two important factors of fear and pain
• To teach participants to recognize
and refer at-risk patients for treatment
• To provide a profile of a typical perpetrator and victim
To teach participants that domestic violence is a co-occurring disorder and the need to address all issues
educate participants how a victim can become a perpetrator.
• To provide a summary of lessons learned and tools
used in the fight against domestic violence
Description of Workshop:
This workshop will explore the
life of domestic violence (DV) victims, the DV life cycle, inter-generational domestic violence, classical conditioning and
co-occurring disorders. It will further explore just how widespread domestic violence is and how victims, once victimized
and freed, may become perpetrators.
Other Training Includes:
3. Board Training (Effective Communication)
Executives that have met the challenges of working with their board of trustees have
indicated a need to establish and maintain healthy board relations as one of their primary responsibilities.
On going communication with board of trustees is a key to having a successful organization. Successful CEOs keep
their trustees informed by sharing information regularly, meeting with them individually over breakfast, lunch or
Dinner, and ensuring they are aware of both negative and positive information regarding the organization. These executives address
trustees concerns, answer their questions, and move them toward a common mission and direction. These executives view
their board members as a team that is needed to fulfill the mission of the organization. In these organizations
there is a job responsibility for the board of trustees and a very clear agency's mission.