Event Details

April 19, 2018 to April 20, 2018
9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Contact info

Hampton Inn Sea Tac
18850 28th Ave S, Sea Tac, WA 98188
Woodburn, Oregon

Name: Ruth Wells
Phone: 503-982-4220
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Seattle Breakthrough Strategies to Teach and Counsel Challenged Youth Workshop

Added by youthchange on 2017-07-24

We wrote the book on troubled and challenged students. And we teach the class. Classroom management and behavior problems stop here. You name the problems and this conference delivers hundreds of immediate, problem-stopping student behavior management strategies. You will learn hundreds of innovative, effective interventions for school failure, bullying, poor academic performance, poor motivation, work refusal, school violence, gangs, ADHD and more. College credit and clock hours offered. Free sample interventions, and free monthly Problem Student Problem-Solver magazine available at our web site, http://www.youthchg.com, or via email (dwells@youthchg.com), or call toll-free to 1-800-545-5736. Work-study financial aid available for all classes. Call for details. Seattle, WA: Apr. 19-20, 2018 Portland, OR: Oct. 12-13, 2017 Online, webinar, and on-site presentations available Flyer Available Online at http://www.youthchg.com/flyf06all4pages.pdf More Course Details at https://www.youthchg.com/teacher-workshops/

Intended audience

Teachers, counselors, foster parents, social workers, youth workers, parents, sped teachers, principals

Additional info

College credit $65, free clock hours. Call us with questions: 503-982-4220

Cost: $169, financial aid offered

Credits available: Yes


Categories: Conference

Diagnoses addressed: ADHD, Anxiety disorder, Bipolar disorder, Intellectual disabilities, Learning disabilities, Mental illness, Nonverbal learning disorder, Obsessive compulsive disorder, any emotional, social or school problem


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