Education

Student Tours

All tours will be held at Heart of the City Health Center in the Grand River conference room. Grand River conference room is located on the 2nd floor at Heart of the City Health Center (100 Cherry Street SE). There is a free parking in the parking ramp off Cherry Street and LaGrave Avenue. Take the elevator in the center of the parking garage to the second floor, take a left off the elevator, the Grand River Room will be in between the two Maple Health Home waiting lobbies.

Tours will start promptly at the time indicated. Tours are available for all students, in all disciplines. Tours are limited to 20 students per tour, first come first serve basis. Registration is required, please register in advance by emailing info@cherryhealth.com.

Monday, October 22 at 10 a.m.
Thursday, November 15 at 1 p.m.

Trainings at Cherry Health

The Workforce Development Department at Cherry Health offers many professional trainings available to the public. Please see below for a list of upcoming trainings. To register for any of the trainings listed, please fill out the registration form.

Upcoming Trainings

CLASS IS FULL
C123.Mr. Ethics in Integrated Care (Beginning level for all)
6 Credits: Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours; MCBAP Related hours; and Professional Development. Credits and certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course. Participants must be present for all 6 hours of the training to qualify for CEs.
This course is appropriate for professionals who work in a multidisciplinary setting, with a specific focus on social workers and substance use professionals. Throughout the course, participants will explore how personal and societal morals impact professional ethics and decision making. The evolution of ethics within the social work field will be examined and compared to current ethical issues that professionals deal with daily. As many helping professionals are now working in integrated settings and hold multiple certifications, Codes of Ethics from a variety of disciplines will be reviewed. Interactive technology will be used to practice skills and encourage discussions. Time will be spent applying theories of ethics, decision making models, and applicable codes of ethics to simulate the complexity of ethical dilemmas through multiple case studies.
Friday, October 19, 2018; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Grand Cayman conference room; 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitators: Sue Bruggink, MA, LLP, CAADC, Kayleen DePue, MA, LPC, CCS, CADC, and Taylor Pettit, LMSW, CAADC

Healthier Communities: The Intersectionality of Substance Use, Strangulation, and Trauma with Domestic Violence
2 Credits: MCBAP Related hours; Ohio Nursing Association (ONA); Professional Development
This course reviews the prevalence of violence within the nation, as well as locally. The ways in which substance use plays an integral role with both survivors of intimate partner violence as well as perpetrators of violence will be examined. Information will be provided on several types of violence a person may experience, potential warning signs, and ways Integrated Healthcare Professionals (nursing, behavioral health, physicians, support staff) can both recognize and intervene to aid patients in accessing appropriate treatment. Community resources available to aid survivors of domestic violence will be discussed. Credits awarded upon successful completion of this event.
Monday, October 22; 1 p.m. – 3 p.m.; Grand Cayman conference room, 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitators: Staff from YWCA

C125.M Stages of Change – The Trans-Theoretical Model (TTM) Beginning Level for All
2 Credits: Social Work Continuing Education Contact hours; MCBAP specific credits; ONA nursing credits; Michigan Dental Board continuing dental education credits; Professional Development
This course will offer a review and practice of James Prochaska and Carlos DiClemente’s Transtheoretical Model for change (Stages of Change). The Trans-Theoretical Model of Change proposes that individuals move through six stages of change in relationship to physical health, substance use, and mental health related behaviors. This training describes how individuals move through the process of change and will introduce treatment strategies/interventions that can be used depending on which stage of change a person is in. This course will describe each of the Stages of Change; give examples of language indicators for each stage, and stage.
Wednesday, October 24; 1 – 3 p.m.; Grand Cayman conference room; 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitator: Kayleen DePue, MA, LPC, CCS, CADC, EMT

CLASS IS FULL
C208.12M – Motivational Interviewing for Substance Use, Behavioral and Physical Health Practice: Recognizing, Eliciting & Strengthening Change Talk and Dancing with Discord - Phase 2 (Immediate Level for All)
12 Credits: Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours; MCBAP Specific hours; Professional Development
“Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative, person-centered form of guiding to elicit and strengthen motivation for change.” Miller and Rollnick, Helping People Change 3rd Edition 2012. This course will continue the practice of open-ended questions, affirmation, reflection and summary (OARS) and use of the Spirit of MI as learned in Phase I. Phase II will also cover the techniques that make MI directional such as Recognizing Change Talk, Identifying Ambivalence (Discrepancies), Eliciting and Strengthening Change Talk, Dancing with Discord, Eliciting a Change Plan, and Strengthening Commitment. This course examines the concept of ambivalence and the central role it plays in change behavior, with a focus on substance use and chronic physical and mental health issues. Successful completion of C207.M: Motivational Interviewing for Substance Use, Behavioral and Physical Health Practice-Phase 1 is highly recommended. Credits awarded upon successful completion of this event. You must attend both sessions to qualify for CEUs. This two session class is highly recommended once for all clinical staff and clinical supervisors.
Thursday, October 25; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (1 hour lunch); Grand Cayman conference room; 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitator: Sue Bruggink, MA, LLP, CAADC

C432.M ASAM Criteria: for Substance Related and Co-occurring Conditions (Beginning Level for All)
3 Credits: Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours; MCBAP Specific hours; Professional Development
The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria were developed in 1991 in response to the need to have an organized manner for providers to communicate and treatment plan. The current version, 2013, of the ASAM Criteria is viewed as a best practice and is the most common tool used for communication between clinicians, referrals, and treatment planning. This course will offer a review and practice of the ASAM criteria for organizing assessment data to identify immediate & multi-dimensional needs, to aid in determination of treatment needs & level of care for individuals with substance-related & co-occurring conditions. The course is designed to equip the student in how to use the ASAM criteria to formulate appropriate clinical responses to presenting symptoms/issues. Credits awarded upon successful completion of this event.
Tuesday, November 13; 1 – 4 p.m.; Grand Cayman conference room; 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitator: Kayleen DePue, MA, LPC, CCS, CADC, EMT

C123.Mr. Ethics in Integrated Care (Beginning level for all)
6 Credits: Social Work Continuing Education Contact Hours; MCBAP Related hours; and Professional Development. Credits and certificate awarded upon successful completion of the course. Participants must be present for all 6 hours of the training to qualify for CEs.
This course is appropriate for professionals who work in a multidisciplinary setting, with a specific focus on social workers and substance use professionals. Throughout the course, participants will explore how personal and societal morals impact professional ethics and decision making. The evolution of ethics within the social work field will be examined and compared to current ethical issues that professionals deal with daily. As many helping professionals are now working in integrated settings and hold multiple certifications, Codes of Ethics from a variety of disciplines will be reviewed. Interactive technology will be used to practice skills and encourage discussions. Time will be spent applying theories of ethics, decision making models, and applicable codes of ethics to simulate the complexity of ethical dilemmas through multiple case studies.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018; 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.; Grand Cayman conference room; 1st floor at Heart of the City - West
Facilitators: Sue Bruggink, MA, LLP, CAADC, Kayleen DePue, MA, LPC, CCS, CADC, and Taylor Pettit, LMSW, CAADC

*Any patient information you may see or hear, either incidentally or by attending courses, must be kept confidential.

**Cherry Health and programs will strictly adhere to all federal, state, and organizational policies relating to patient, client and employee confidentiality.

***Trainings begin promptly, so please plan your arrival to accommodate parking and sign-in. National Accreditation rules indicate that if you are over 5 minutes late, you forfeit your CEUs for the entire training. Please note that this is a National Rule that will be enforced or we could lose our provider status to offer CEUs in the future. This Rule will be strictly followed.

Cherry Health, #1122, is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Cherry Health maintains responsibility for the program.

Cherry Health is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Ohio Nurses Association an accredited approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. (OBN-001-91) (OH-456, 6/1/2020).

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EatPlayGrow Workshops™

Parents and caregivers are invited to bring their preschoolers, ages 2 to 6, to 60-minute EatPlayGrow™ classes featuring storytelling, creative art-making, and hands-on fun. Related songs and movement activities are included throughout. Classes are free to attend and highlight a monthly health topic.

These interactive and engaging lessons are completely free of charge and open to the public, no reservations required.

*Spanish speaking instructors are available at each class.

Tuesday, October 23
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
KDL Cascade branch

Wednesday, October 24
10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
KDL Cascade branch