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  • Molloy College: Speech-Language Pathology - Continuing Education
    enhance communicative functioning At the same time many procedures purported to be effective have not been subjected to systematic research This presentation will highlight those programs and procedures that have support in empirical evidence Learning Outcomes After attending this presentation attendees will be able to List comprehensive programs for addressing ASD Name practices with an evidence base that address specific social communicative symptoms of ASD Identify practices with inadequate evidence Defining and discussion of concepts Applied behavior analysis Milieu communication training Joint attention Naturalistic behavioral approaches Relationship based approaches How to use concepts in day to day work Methods for choosing intervention methods Developing sequences of interventions to address communication development in children with ASD Discussing most effective programs with families Speaker Bio Rhea Paul Ph D CCC SLP is Professor and Founding Director of the Speech Language Pathology Graduate Program at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield CT an Affiliate at Haskins Laboratories and Professor Emerita at Southern Connecticut State University She received her B A from Brandeis University her Master s degree in Reading and Learning Disabilities from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and her Ph D in Communication Disorders from the University of Wisconsin Madison She is author of over 90 refereed journal articles 40 book chapters and nine books She has been Principal Investigator on research projects on language disorders and autism funded by the National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders the National Institute of Child Health and Development the National Alliance for Autism Research the Meyer Memorial Trust and the Oregon Medical Foundation She has been a Professor and Principal Investigator at the Yale Autism Center of Excellence and received Faculty Scholar awards from Portland State University and Southern Conn State University In 1996 she received the Editor s Award from the American Journal of Speech Language Pathology and was awarded in the inaugural Ritvo Slifka Award for Innovative Clinical Research by the International Society for Autism Research in 2010 She has been a Fellow of the American Speech Language Hearing Association since 1991 and is currently Editor for Language at the Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research She received the Honors of the Association from ASHA in 2014 Speaker disclosure the speaker has disclosed that she received royalties from Brookes Publishers for the book Let s Talk from which material for this talk is drawn She does not have any non financial relationships to disclose Time Ordered Agenda 3 25 hours with 30 minute check in 15 minute break and 2 5 hour program 9 9 30 a m Registration Check in and Breakfast included in tuition 9 30 9 45 Basic review ASD 9 45 10 00 Why do we need evidence 10 00 10 15 Sources of evidence and types of interventions reviewed comprehensive and focused interventions 10 15 10 45 Comprehensive treatment programs 10 45 11 00 Break 11 00 11 45 Focused interventions 11 45 12 00 Interventions with insufficient evidence 12 00 12 15 Summary Conclusions Questions

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  • Molloy College: Addiction Studies
    Please click here for a listing of all the courses currently scheduled that are approved for Social Work Continuing Education credit including non CASAC courses Courses Offered The program consists of 24 courses that vary in length from 3 29 hours and together total 350 hours the list of courses in the program can be found below Click here for a complete list of upcoming courses scheduled Click here for the courses currently offered at our Rockville Centre campus Click here for the courses currently offered at or Suffolk Center campus Please note not all courses are offered every semester Course Hours Tuition Adolescent Treatment From Intake to Discharge 13 185 Case Finding and Treatment Planning in Chemical Dependency Treatment 6 95 Case Management Principles and Techniques for Substance Abuse Counselors 3 50 Client Counselor Interaction 18 260 Community Education and Prevention 7 110 Competencies And Methods of Counseling 18 260 Counseling Special Populations and Cultural Competencies 24 345 Drug Courts the Mandated Client 6 95 Ethics And Confidentiality in Professional Practice 12 hours in class plus 2 hour Mandated Reporter Training Online 14 210 Family Dynamics and Family Treatment in Chemical Dependency 29 425 From Street to Rehab Assessment Evaluation Planning 15 215 Fundamentals of Group Counseling For Chemical Dependency Treatment 30 425 Health Wellness and Communicable Diseases 16 230 Integrating Spirituality Into Treatment 3 50 Introduction to Addictive Behaviors 18 260 Introduction to Diagnostic Criteria 19 375 Overview of Chemical Dependency And Its Treatment 18 260 Physiology Pharmacology And Addiction 24 345 Physiology Pharmacology And Addiction Part II 19 275 Relapse Prevention 9 130 Self Help Groups 9 130 Strategies for Engaging the Difficult Client 17 240 Tobacco 6 95 Vocational Rehabilitation in Substance Abuse Treatment 9 130 Total 350 5 095 Approved for NY State Social Work CE credit Please click here for a listing of all the courses currently scheduled that are approved for Social Work Continuing Education credit including non CASAC courses Course Descriptions Plan of Study Schedules and Locations Courses are offered at night during the day and on Saturdays The number of sessions each course meets varies from anywhere to 1 session to 10 sessions as do the number of hours Courses are offered throughout the year including the summer The courses can be taken at either our Rockville Centre campus or at our Suffolk Center in East Farmingdale Since there are no prerequisites for any of the courses you may begin your studies at any time and any course or courses can be taken first However it is suggested that the course Overview of Chemical Dependency and its Treatment should be taken first if possible There is no time limit to complete the program and you can take as many or as few courses as you would like to take each semester The choice is yours The program can usually be completed in 1 2 years Click here for a complete list of upcoming courses scheduled Click here for the courses currently

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  • Molloy College: Business, Accounting and Management
    Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Personal Enrichment Online Courses Off Campus Programs Registration Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Careers and Professional Development Programs Business Accounting and Management Business Accounting and Management Whether your needs are to advance in your current position or to find a new career Molloy College Division of Continuing Education and Professional Development answers your needs by offering courses and certificate programs to keep your knowledge and skills up to date Our courses focus on many areas of expertise All courses may be taken individually and some such as in management and human resources can be taken in pursuit of a certificate The following areas in business are offered and a full description of these areas can be found by clicking on the links Bookkeeping and Accounting Fundraising Management Human Resource Management Management Non Profit Management Notary Public OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU If you take a course have attended each class and still do not master the course work we invite you to re register for the same course same level free of charge Your registration will be accepted on a space available basis within one year of the course end date Re registration in the course is required In addition during the first hour of class the

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  • Molloy College: Career Development
    enhancing skills including goal setting time management personal organization and creativity Tuition 110 LISTEN TO YOUR HEART AND SUCCESS WILL FOLLOW Design a life that makes you happy by learning how you can use work to express yourself and share your interests and talents Tuition 95 Starts every month throughout the year View Course Details Click on the course titles above for course details including a long description a syllabus an instructor biography and a list of technical requirements Online Course Lessons Assignments and Requirements Click here for an overview of the online course lessons assignments and requirements Technical Requirements All courses require Internet access e mail and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser Some courses may have additional requirements Please visit our Online Instruction Center at www ed2go com molloy for more information Schedule and Tuition New course sessions begin monthly Tuition for most of the courses is between 95 110 Course Format While the courses are all instructor led you do not have to log in at any pre defined time Instructors lead the courses through discussion areas that can be accessed at any time after the course starts Courses run for six weeks with an available 10 day extension period at the end and most take an average of 24 hours to complete One lesson is released every Wednesday and Friday for the six week duration of the course You do not have to be present when lessons are released and you can login to the courses at any time after the course starts You will have access to all lessons until the course ends However the interactive Discussion Area that accompanies each lesson will automatically close two weeks after the lesson is released Thus we strongly recommend that you complete each lesson within two weeks of its release Your lessons will include text based practical instruction illustrated examples audio files if needed and supplemental material that your instructor thinks you ll find helpful or interesting Your lessons will also be accompanied by an assignment that will help you gain practical first hand experience with the new skills taught in the course These assignments will be optional and self evaluating However some course topics will require feedback from your instructor which will be provided within the Discussion Area of the classroom Each time you complete a lesson you will also be asked to take a brief multiple choice quiz The interactive multiple choice quizzes are designed to test your comprehension of the course material When you complete a quiz you will receive an instant analysis of your work The six week 12 lesson format used in instructor led courses gives you an optimal amount of time to read reflect upon and apply the material you will find in each lesson We ve found that the pace we use leads to the highest possible levels of completion and student satisfaction In addition this classroom is built around a set of 12 interactive Discussion Areas that

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  • Molloy College: Career Seminars
    s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth Academics Undergraduate Programs Continuing Education and Professional Development Careers and Professional Development Programs Career Seminars Career Seminars Click here for the upcoming sessions and to register Many times a career choice that was interesting at age 20 or 30 may not be as appealing later in life If you find yourself in that position then one of the free Molloy College career seminars may be just what you need to help find the right career path Molloy College offers a series of career seminars in a variety of different professions All career seminars are led by experienced professionals who offer real advice about career and academic paths and talk about both the satisfaction and challenges of their chosen careers The career seminars are generally offered in the following areas Addiction Counseling Health Information Management Medical Records Health Care Biller Home Inspection Human Resources Management Interior Decorating Medical Assistant Medical Coding Specialist Nonprofit Management Paralegal Studies Pharmacy Technician Real Estate Salesperson Click here for the upcoming sessions and to register All the career seminars will be offered at the Rockville Centre campus The career seminars are one and a half hours long and are offered free of charge The seminars are usually offered 2 3 times a year in January May and in September in the evening from 6 7

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  • Molloy College: Career Training Program
    training for computer based integration and the automation of most house hold major appliances Students will learn safety issues and requirements how to use tools and equipment Will also learn structured wiring network and telephony home theater distributed video and audio lighting appliance control irrigation pool and spa control security and access control systems and trouble shooting Special emphasis is placed on how to install home theater systems and turning your home into a controlled audio and video environment Students study video projection surround sound matrix 5 1 and 7 1 room preparation speaker placement and tuning audio amplifiers and manufacturer specifications All classes will be held at Molloy s Suffolk Center located just off Route 110 at 7180 Republic Airport Grumman Lane East Farmingdale New York 11735 Directions to the Suffolk Center can be found at www molloy edu suffolk directions asp Advanced PC Upgrading and Repairing Course Number MRS 2000 40hrs 2975 This course examines PCs in depth outlines the differences among them and presents options for configuring each system In this course you ll find out exactly why your motherboard s chipset might just be the most important part of your PC and what can go wrong when you settle for a run of the mill power supply that can t get enough juice to that graphics card you just bought You ll also find in depth coverage of technologies such as new six core processors from Intel and AMD processors with onboard graphics graphics cards for the fastest 3D gaming the latest audio cards SATA 6Gbps and USB 3 0 in the latest motherboards advances in Blu ray and solid state drives and more Upgrading and Repairing PCs focuses on several objectives The primary objective is to help you learn how to maintain upgrade and troubleshoot your PC system To that end Upgrading and Repairing PCs helps you fully understand the family of computers that has grown from the original IBM PC including all PC compatible systems This book discusses all areas of system improvement such as motherboards processors memory and even case and power supply improvements It covers proper system and component care specifies the most failure prone items in various PC systems and tells you how to locate and identify a failing component You ll learn about powerful diagnostics hardware and software that enable a system to help you determine the cause of a problem and how to repair it When you finish this course you should have the knowledge to upgrade troubleshoot and repair almost any system and component All classes will be held at Molloy s Suffolk Center located just off Route 110 at 7180 Republic Airport Grumman Lane East Farmingdale New York 11735 Directions to the Suffolk Center can be found at www molloy edu suffolk directions asp Introduction to Lift Trucks and Aerial Machines Course Number LTA 1000 24 hours Tuition 2715 This 24 hour course is designed for students who are interested in receiving a hands on experience with

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  • Molloy College: Child Care
    Associated CDA caregivers make a difference in the care and education of young children The continuing education department of Molloy College offers a 120 hour CDA program for the three childcare settings Home visitor personnel Family child care Center based The CDA competency standards are the core of the program in addition to learning pediatric first aid and the identification and reporting of child abuse neglect The Council for Professional Recognition headquartered in Washington D C operates the CDA National Credentialing Program The CDA program represents a national effort to credential qualified caregivers who work with children from birth through age five As more and more childcare centers secure their NAEYC National Association for Education of the Young Child Certification the demand for The Child Development Associate will be even more highly prized than it is now The Child Development Associate is a person who has successfully complete CDA assessment and has been awarded the CDA Credential S he is able to meet the specific needs of children and works with parents and other adults to nurture children s physical social emotional and intellectual growth in a child development framework The program will be directed in the following 8 content areas 1 Planning safe healthy environment to invite learning 2 Steps to advance children s physical and intellectual development 3 Positive ways to support children s social and emotional development 4 Strategies to establish productive relationships with families 5 Strategies to manage an effective program operation 6 Maintaining commitment to professionalism 7 Observing recording children s behavior 8 Principles of child growth and development Credentials are not awarded solely for the successful completion of the 120 hour course CDA candidates are also required to have 480 hours of experience working with children under 5 years of age in a structured child care center within the past 5 years It is recommended that students incorporate the work experience component during the course work Instructor KAREN WOODMANSEE L M S W Course Number CC 0900 Tuition 895 includes textbook Click here for the current schedule of classes Scholarship The Educational Incentive Program EIP was established by New York State to assist students with on going training and education in the childcare field Through EIP you may be eligible for funding toward the cost of the above mentioned childcare program To find out more and to apply online visit http www ecetp pdp albany edu eip shtm or call the EIP Information line at 1 800 295 9616 Schedule of Classes The CDA program is only offered once per year from approximately mid January to mid August The program usually meets one night a week from 6 45 9 45 p m and 6 Saturdays from 9 00 a m 4 00 p m Saturdays to be determined in class Click here for the current schedule of classes The schedule of classes comes out in our catalog which is mailed twice a year January and July to students who have made an inquiry

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  • Molloy College: Mental Health Conference
    in your tuition 1 00 2 00 p m Lecture 4 Unlocking the Secret to a Happy Brain Gratitude 2 00 3 00 p m Lecture 5 Connect to Life Purpose 3 00 4 00 p m Closing Meditation and Q A Closing Remarks Drew Bogner Ph D President Molloy College Speaker Bio Romila Dr Romie Mushtaq M D ABIHM is a traditionally trained neurologist and an expert in the field of mind body medicine the branch of medicine that promotes the science behind mindfulness based techniques Through her mindful living program Mindset Matters she helps individuals heal from stress retrain the brain and shift mindset Dr Romie completed her medical training and education at the Medical University of South Carolina The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and The University of Michigan where she won numerous teaching and research awards She also served as an assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin After surviving lifesaving surgery Dr Romie traveled the world learning mindfulness based techniques such as yoga and meditation and is now a certified hatha yoga instructor She is also board certified in integrative and holistic medicine and heals clients at the Center for Natural and Integrative Medicine in Orlando Florida Dr Romie is a highly sought after professional speaker teaching the medicine behind mindfulness to groups and corporations She is an expert contributor for the Huffington Post and is regularly featured in national and local media outlets such as Fox News NPR and Livestrong com You can learn more about Dr Romie on her website www DrRomie com Learning Objectives After attending a full day seminar attendees will be educated on the following learning objectives Module 1 Medicine Meets Mindfulness The Mind and Body s Response to Stress a Defining mindfulness in modern day psychology terms b What is the mind body connection and its relationship to health relationships and self awareness c What are Mindfulness Based Therapies d Is Mindful Living Just a Trend or Lifestyle Change Module 2 Self Healing through Self Compassion a The science and psychoneuroimmunology behind the Stress Response and the Relaxation Response b Redefining self care self love and self compassion c Compassion fatigue and career burnout d Practical mindfulness based exercises to teach clients for self care Module 3 The Power of Forgiveness in Mental Health a The I in Illness is Isolation The Rosewell Community Study b Forgiveness Resentment Anger and Mental Health c Practical mindfulness based exercises for forgiveness Module 4 Unlocking the Secret to a Happy Brain Gratitude a Defining happiness and joy b Science of happiness and joy c Role of gratitude in sustained happiness and joy d Practical mindfulness based exercises to teach clients gratitude Module 5 Connecting to Life Purpose a The role of daily meditation practice in healing compassion fatigue and career burnout b Defining purpose through service c Practice mindfulness based exercises to start a home meditation practice Speaker Discloser Speaker disclosure the speaker has disclosed that she has no financial or

    Original URL path: http://www.molloy.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/continuing-education-and-professional-development/careers-and-professional-development-programs/clinical-mental-health-conference (2016-02-13)
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