Sunday, October 6, 2013

Intervention Strategies Workshop

Shelter Presents:  
 Intervention Strategies to Engage Students
and Parents Struggling with School Anxiety and School Refusal (SASR):
Tools to Use in School and at Home
A Community Based Resource for Families 
in Crisis.
Assisting and protecting children who are abused, neglected, dependent or in need of supervision by providing 24 hour emergency and longer term housing and care. 
1616 Arlington Heights Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL  60004
Tel: 847-255-8060
Fax: 847-590-6184 
24 Hour Referrals
365 days a year

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Shelter, Inc.'s Community Education Department is proud to present this FREE seminar providing information dealing with school anxiety in children. 

"Intervention Strategies to Engage Students and Parents Struggling with School Anxiety and School Refusal: Tools to use in School at Home"  
Featured Speaker:
Jacqueline Rhew, M.A., CADC, L.P.C. 
Assistant Director of School Anxiety School Refusal
Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital 
  Friday, October 11, 2013
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Schaumburg Township District Library
130 S. Roselle Rd, Schaumburg
Adult Classroom
Admission is FREE - Light Breakfast Included

Licensed social workers & counselors will have the opportunity to earn three (3) CEU's at no cost
 by attending.
Seating is limited. 
Registration deadline is Monday, October 7th.
We expect this seminar to fill up quickly, please register early!

 Or contact Laura Ramser, 
 Community Education Coordinator
  847-590-6190 x37 
 Shelter, Inc. is a nonprofit child welfare agency that protects abused and neglected children and adolescents by providing foster care, emergency and longer-term group home services in a safe and caring environment.  Our Healthy Families Program provides home visits to first-time parents emphasizing children's well-being and positive parenting.  Increased public awareness concerning child abuse, neglect and other social problems directly impacting children and their families is accomplished through our Community Education Program.

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