We would like to bring to your attention several professional workshops that will be offered in advance of the John Jay College Biennial International Conference, June 6-9, 2012. Registration for these workshops is open to conference attendees and all other interested students and professionals who are able to attend. Both 1-day and 2-day workshops will be offered; 2-day workshops will take place June 5 and 6, while 1-day workshops will be offered during the day on June 6, just prior to the opening of the conference itself that evening.
Four pre-conference workshops will be offered: "Motivational Interviewing," facilitated by Dr. Michael P. Giantini, "Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training," facilitated by Drs. Haleh Ghanizadeh and Shari Manning, "Introduction to Qualitative Data Analysis Using Atlas ti Software," facilitated by Dr. Valli Rajah, and "Issues Related to Missing Data," facilitated by Dr. Robert Brame. Workshop descriptions and facilitator biographies are available on the conference website at http://johnjay.jjay.cuny.edu/ic_ny/workshops.asp; the two clinical psychology workshops will carry CE Credits for interested professionals in the field.
For those interested in the conference proper, the theme of the conference is Global Perspectives on Justice, Security and Human Rights. For more information about the conference, see the following link:
Those wishing to move directly to the registration process, for the workshops or the conference itself, can find online registration here:
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