An educational series for clinicians and other community members who support those recovering from mental illness and addiction.
Friday, April 19, 2013
8 am–9:30 a.m.
Location: Lamkin Hall on Ivy Tech’s Bloomington Campus, 200 Daniels Way Bloomington, IN 47404
Presenters: Ivy Tech, Bloomington Faculty and Staff, Robert Soto, ABD, Associate Professor of Sociology and Eliza Erxleben, MS, Director of Student Advising
1.5 CEUs Available
This 1.5 hour presentation will:
• Explore various explanations of generational poverty
• Describe class-based mental models of the poverty class, the middle class and the wealthy class
• Describe bonding and bridging social capital and their role in mobility
Centerstone of Indiana is an approved sponsor of Continuing Education Units License #98000415A. This event qualifies for Category I Continuing Education Units with the Indiana State Psychology Board or Indiana Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist and Mental Health Counselor Board.
Presented by Centerstone and the Ivy Tech Community College Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
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