On Friday, June 3, The Pittsburgh Regional Training Collaborative (PRTC) in partnership with The University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work will present “Social Networks, Boundaries and Responsibility for Service Providers, Educators and Clinicians.” Experts from Education, Healthcare, Faith-based Communities, Social Service Providers, and CYF, Mental Health, Drug & Alcohol are invited to attend.
- Date: Friday, June 3, 2011
- Time: Registration & Continental Breakfast: 9:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., Program: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
- Location: Three Rivers Youth’s Administrative Building, 6117 Broad Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (East Liberty, Near Target)
- Parking: Meter parking lot directly across the street from Building - $1 per hour, credit & debit cards payment capabilities
- Fee: $25 per person for non-members, $20 per person for PRTC members
- To register: Download a faxable registration form (Word 97-2003 format) or call 412-441-5020
The registration fee includes Continental Breakfast and Break Refreshments. There are CEU’s, CAC and Act 48 credits available. (The fee for CEU’s is $10.00 – please make checks payable to PRTC.)
In this workshop, you will gain an understanding of what your social responsibilities are and how to fulfill them while maintaining confidentiality. You will learn strategies to identify and anticipate boundary-related conflicts and avoid costly errors. Session speakers will assess various situations where these dilemmas occur and offer practical solutions.
- Cindy Leonard, MBA, Technology Services Manager, Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University
- John Amato, MED, Director of Training and Consultation Services, Familylinks
- Lisa L. Garrett, Esquire, Director in the Labor and Employment Group at the law firm of Cohen & Grigsby, P.C.
The Pittsburgh Regional Training Collaborative is a group of Child and Family Service agencies that share resources, ideas, and information to improve services in training. The mission of the Collaborative is to provide agencies with similar regulatory & accreditation mandates an opportunity to create networks, share resources and experiences to develop practical solutions to the delivery of quality services and staff performance.