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  • Molloy College: Music Therapy
    conferences offered this spring will be Mindset Matters A Mindful Living Program for Stress Management 6 CE hours Friday April 8 2016 8 00 a m 4 00 p m Madison Theatre Public Square Molloy College Rockville Centre campus Mindfulness based stress reduction and mindfulness based cognitive therapy are scientifically proven modalities of therapy to heal stress based disorders such as anxiety depression other mood disorders chronic pain high blood pressure and hormonal imbalances Additional benefits of mindfulness based therapies are reported quality of life increase workplace productivity and improved communication between individuals Back by popular demand is one of our keynote speakers from our last conference Dr Romila Mushtaq Dr Romie Mushtaq has developed her own Mindful Living Therapy Program called Mindset Matters Trademark pending This program includes a five step process to help clients heal from stress based disorders and connect to inner peace despite life s external chaos Personal healing is a critical cornerstone in healing relationships with spouses family members or colleagues The conference is approved for 6 Continuing Music Therapy Education CMTE credits Molloy College maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria Registration along with further details is available on the conference webpage at www molloy edu ce mhc For further information or to be placed on our mailing list please call 516 323 3554 or email cthomas molloy edu Healing Trauma The Resiliency of the Human Spirit 4 CE hours Friday May 20 2016 8 a m 1 p m Public Square Madison Theatre Rockville Centre campus John Briere PhD and Christine Courtois PhD ABPP are international experts on the subject of complex trauma treatment Dr Briere will focus on the neurobiology of trauma and the integration of cognitive behavioral attachment relational mindfulness and biological approaches to trauma treatment Dr Courtois will address sequenced relationship based interventions as well as spiritual approaches used to treat trauma and foster resiliency in trauma survivors Dr Briere and Dr Courtois offer real world strategies for clinical practice that are informed by cutting edge behavioral science The conference is approved for 4 Continuing Music Therapy Education CMTE credits Molloy College maintains responsibility for program quality and adherence to CBMT policies and criteria Registration along with further details is available on the conference webpage by clicking here For further information or to be placed on our mailing list please call 516 323 3554 or email cthomas molloy edu 8th Annual Palliative Care Conference 6 CE hours Friday June 3 2016 8 30 a m 3 30 p m Madison Theater Rockville Centre campus Molloy College in collaboration with community partners is pleased to be offering its 8th annual Palliative Care Conference on Long Island The conference will be held on Friday June 3 2016 from 8 30 a m 3 30 p m in the Madison Theater at Molloy s Rockville Centre campus The agenda for the day will include a Keynote Session and a series of topics offered during three concurrent sessions Breakfast

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  • Molloy College: Non-Profit Management Certificate Program
    the spring The method and schedules that a course will offered can be found after the course title in the listing after the Certificate requirements below 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 or registered within the last 6 months However the most up to date scheduling information can be found on the program webpage We will also email you monthly reminders of the upcoming schedule if you have provided us with an email address Request a catalog or j oin our mailing list Certificate Requirements To earn the Certificate in Nonprofit Management each student is required to successfully complete six courses the Core course three required courses and two elective courses No sequence is required however for those without previous experience we recommend beginning with the Core course as it will provide you with an overview of the basics of nonprofit management Once all courses are completed the student must notify the Division of Continuing Education Professional Development at Molloy College to issue you your certificate Core Courses choice of either for Certificate Survey of Nonprofit Management classroom course offered every fall and spring or Introduction to Nonprofit Management offered online every month Required Courses 3 of 5 required for Certificate Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials offered online every month Marketing Your Nonprofit offered online every month Human Resources Fundamentals offered online every month Financial Accounting For Non Financial Managers classroom course offered in the winter and summer semesters Leadership and Management classroom course offered in the fall and spring semesters online course Elective Courses 2 of 3 required for Certificate Grant Writing offered online every month Special Events Planning offered online every month Effective Communications offered in the fall and spring semesters Course Descriptions Click here for course descriptions Online Course Information The online courses are instructor led and meet for 6 weeks You ll spend roughly two to four hours each week completing two engaging lessons in an enjoyable interactive learning environment Expert instructors develop and lead every course and you ll be able to interact with them and with fellow students in lively online discussion areas New sessions start every month so you can sign up anytime Upon completing a course with a passing score you ll get a certificate of completion from Molloy College To take the courses online you will need internet access e mail and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser Each online course offered in the program contains details including a long description a syllabus an instructor biography and a list of technical requirements Just click on the course title above for additional information Click here for an overview of the online course lessons assignments and requirements For further information on the online courses including course descriptions and tuition rates please click on the course titles above or visit us at www ed2go com molloy email us at conted molloy edu or call

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  • Molloy College: Nursing Continuing Education
    State Nurses Association an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation Provider number NYP273 9 7 12 Courses and programs are offered in the following areas AHA Basic Life Support and Renewal includes Instructor Course Hemodialysis Training EKG Series Intro to EKG Interpretation and Advanced 12 Lead EKG Interpretation Infection Control Nurse Practitioner Review Nursing Skills Workshops Wound Care Enteral feedings and Colostomy Care Respiratory Care Injections and IV Care GU skills and Catheterizations Palliative Care Conference Pediatric Nursing Skills 2 different courses Professional Skills Training IV Skills Phlebotomy Physical Assessment Central Venous Access Medication Calculations Pharmacology etc R N Refresher School Nursing 7 different courses Spanish for the Healthcare Provider Statistics For more information on nursing s continuing education courses contact Kathleen Lapkowski RN M S CNOR at 516 323 3555 or e mail klapkowski molloy edu Course Schedules and Locations Courses are typically offered throughout the year on day evening and weekend schedules Most courses can be taken at either our Rockville Centre campus or at our Suffolk Center in East Farmingdale You may begin your studies at any time The schedule of classes comes out in our catalog which is mailed twice a year to students who have made an inquiry or registered within the last 6 months However the most up to date scheduling information can be found on this webpage We will also email you monthly reminders of the upcoming schedule if you have provided us with an email address Request a catalog or j oin our mailing list Registration and Payment Register online for most course anytime At Molloy we believe that registration should not be the hardest part of taking a class So we make it easy to register online by phone fax mail or in person Mail in registration must be received 5 days prior to the start of the course Telephone registrations by calling 516323 3550 are accepted with a Visa or Master Card until the start of class Our office is open from 8 a m to 7 p m during the week and from 8 30 a m 12 30 p m on Saturdays The R N Refresher and Hemodialysis programs both have a separate application and admissions process that is necessary prior to registration for those programs The application and admissions process for those programs can be found in the respective program descriptions There is limited enrollment in some classes and popular courses fill up quickly Register early don t be closed out of a course All registration applications are processed in the order they are received Payment must be paid in full at time of registration Tuition is indicated after each course description Grant funding may reduce the fee of some classes Classroom Assignments A confirmation with your campus building and room assignment will be mailed and or email to you upon receipt of your registration Sometimes room assignments may not have been made at the time of your registration If that

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  • Molloy College: Paralegal Certificate Program
    legal professional A variety of substantive law courses make up the curriculum and students are encouraged to customize their studies with electives that fit their overall career goals You could be on your way to a new career in as little as two semesters Successful completion of the required courses earns a Certificate in Paralegal Studies and the skills necessary to assist in the legal activities of law firms businesses corporations financial institutions and government offices Students have the option to participate in pro bono programs that provide access to justice for underserved individuals Paralegals participate in the delivery of legal services by assisting clients and supporting attorneys in numerous ways Graduates are capable of conducting legal research client and witness interviewing analyzing legal documents drafting pleadings and assisting with trial preparation A paralegal works directly under the supervision and direction of an attorney and may not give legal advice or otherwise engage in the practice of law Career Changers can benefit from this course of study The Paralegal Studies Program teaches legal skills that can be utilized in combination with the student s life experience to provide a better understanding of the legal system For those who contemplating law school completing the certificate in Paralegal Studies can be a way to experience the study of law without the financial burden and time commitment Paralegal Studies Brochure Download the Paralegal Studies brochure Molloy College is committed to providing the legal and business communities with qualified paralegals whose education encompasses the theoretical practical and ethical skills necessary for employment as a legal professional American Association for Paralegal Education AAfPE The Paralegal Studies program at Molloy College is a member of the American Association for Paralegal Education AAfPE is the nation s largest and continuously operating organization dedicated to promoting quality paralegal education Part of its mission has been to establish standards by which to measure paralegal education The American Association for Paralegal Education is the recognized source for standards in paralegal education and the continuing development of quality teaching Entrance requirements Admission Procedures Applicants must have a minimum of 60 college credits 18 of which must be in general education or an associate s or bachelor s degree Candidates need to complete an application for admission Click here for an application Please request your undergraduate school to submit an official transcript to Dr Judith Mathers Maloney Director Paralegal Studies Molloy College Criminal Justice and Legal Studies Department 1000 Hempstead Avenue Siena Hall Rockville Centre NY 11571 5002 After receipt of your application you will be contacted for an in person interview Questions Please contact Dr Judith Mathers Maloney Director of Paralegal Studies at 516 323 3812 or jmaloney molloy edu Plan of study and courses Courses are offered every semester fall September December spring January May and summer May June June July in the day and in the evening You may start your studies at any time and unlike many other paralegal programs you may work with your advisor to select

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  • Molloy College: Pharmacy Technician
    hours per day for a total of five days The program is offered three 3 times a year fall spring and summer Classes are only offered in Rockville Centre only in the summer Click here for the current schedule If you have made an inquiry or registered for the Career Seminar you will automatically be sent the upcoming schedule for the rest of the year once it becomes available The schedule will also be posted on this website To be placed on the mailing list call 516 323 3550 or email conted molloy edu or go online Faculty and Curriculum Faculty selected to teach in the program consist of pharmacists and nurses who have hands on experience Molloy College faculty use the topics as outlined by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board PTCB as a framework in the design of the curriculum In addition because Molloy College and its faculty have been approved by the PTCB as PTCB Advocate Educators the faculty are provided with additional tools to support our program and to help prepare our students to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam PTCE As part of those tools the faculty have access to practice exams to help students judge their readiness to take the PTCE For an outline of the curriculum click here Admission Candidates for the Pharmacy Technician Certificate Program must complete an application for admission Candidates need a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent to be considered for admission No application fee is required For an application click here or call the Division of Continuing Education and Professional Development at 516 323 3558 The application deadline is two weeks prior to the start of classes each semester Students will be notified of their admission status approximately one week after the receipt of their application You should complete the application and send it back as soon as possible to avoid being closed out of classes There is no fee involved to apply and a deposit is not necessary until you are accepted and register for classes Registration and Tuition Candidates who have been accepted into the program will be notified of the registration procedures Tuition for the program is 1 800 A tuition deposit of 900 is due at the time of registration and does not include the cost of the textbook practice exam or a lab coat The balance of the tuition is due prior to the start of classes However a payment plan is available Please call 516 323 3558 for further details Tuition can also be paid by MasterCard or Visa Some forms of financial are available see below Our Guarantee If you take this program 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

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  • Molloy College: Planned Giving Certificate Program
    and require no prior knowledge in the specific area except the Practicum The Practicum can only be taken by those pursing the certificate and must be taken last However it is suggested that for those students taking courses toward the certificate the course The History of Planned Giving should be taken first Each course meets for one 3 hour session except the course Gift Planning and Donor Giving which meets for three 3 hour sessions Courses are graded pass fail The program is presented by instructors with extensive planned giving and related experience as well as having excellent teaching skills Interactive classes and expert lecturers enable students to learn from others representing a wide range of organizations The courses in the program are offered once a year in the fall usually on Thursday evenings starting in October All courses will be offered at Molloy s Suffolk Center at Route 110 7180 Republic Airport East Farmingdale COURSE DESCRIPTIONS SCHEDULING AND TUITION All courses are offered twice a year in fall and in spring usually on Thursday evenings starting in October and in March The listing of all the courses in the program as well of the schedule of classes for the upcoming semester can be found listed below Each course is 75 except for the 3 session course Gift Planning and Donor Giving which is 225 THE HISTORY OF PLANNED GIVING Students are introduced to the history of planned giving as well given an overview covering the need for planned giving Overview of techniques incorporated in planned giving and where planned giving fits in the fundraising model are also covered Instructor JAMES E MEYER Partner Greco Planning Group Inc Course Number PG 1000 Tuition 75 Section A Suffolk Center Campus 1 Thursday October 1 2015 6 30 9 30 p m FINANCIAL PLANNING FINANCIAL PLANNING 101 Students will learn about balance sheets tax strategies diversified portfolios the investment spectrum wealth accumulation retirement planning qualified and non qualified and much more Instructors RICHARD BERGEN CFP Principal RLB Wealth Planning Inc and ANTHONY PAPA CFP Principal Papa Englehart Strategic Planning Course Number PG 2000 Tuition 75 Section A Suffolk Center campus 1 Thursday October 8 2015 6 30 9 30 p m TAX PLANNING Learn the different methods of transferring wealth gift and estate taxes and income tax systems in this one session course Instructor ROBERT BARNETT Esq CPA Partner Cappell Barnett Madalon and Schoenfeld LLP Course Number PG 3000 Tuition 75 Section A Suffolk Center campus 1 Thursday October 15 2015 6 30 9 30 p m ESTATE PLANNING AND ELDER CARE ISSUES This course will cover Asset Protection Estate Planning Strategies Private Charitable Entities Risk Management Business Succession Planning etc Instructor LOUIS KAROL Esq CPA Partner Karol Hausman and Sosnik Course Number PG 4000 Tuition 75 Section A Suffolk Center campus 1 Thursday October 22 2015 6 30 9 30 p m GIFT PLANNING AND DONOR GIVING A three session course that will analyze gift planning and utilizing the problem solving

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  • Molloy College: Real Estate
    Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning 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 Real Estate Real Estate Molloy College offers two areas of real estate education click on either link below for further information Real estate salesperson s qualifying course satisfy the New York state education requirement to become a real estate salesperson Click here for a course description Current schedule of classes Real estate continuing education courses satisfy the continuing education requirements for real estate salespeople and real estate brokers Current schedule of classes Free Career Seminar Not sure if this career is right for you Attend our free career seminar This career seminar is led by experienced professionals who will offer real advice about career and academic paths and talk about both the satisfactions and challenges of their own chosen careers The seminar is one and a half hours long given in the evening and offered twice a year every September and January There is no charge for the seminar which is held on our Rockville Centre campus Click here for a current schedule of classes and to register Registration Registration is on going and you have until the first day of class to register However it is strongly recommended that you register at least one week prior to the start of a class Click here to register online To register by phone by fax in person or by mail Click here and follow the directions Current schedule of classes Mailing List Request a Catalog 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 or registered within the last 6 months However the most up to date scheduling information can be found on the program webpage We will also email you reminders of the upcoming schedule if you have provided us with an email address Request a catalog or j oin our mailing list 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

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  • Molloy College: Social Work Professional Development
    Work CE credit Social Work Conference 4 CE hours plus 2 CE hours for optional session Healing Trauma The Resiliency of the Human Spirit 4 CE hours Friday May 20 2016 8 a m 1 p m Public Square Madison Theatre Rockville Centre campus John Briere PhD and Christine Courtois PhD ABPP are international experts on the subject of complex trauma treatment Dr Courtois will be presenting on the effects of trauma on the individual including the spiritual aftereffects of trauma and she will present a sequenced relationship approach to the treatment of trauma She will also address the subject of post traumatic growth and resiliency Dr Briere will be presenting on specific interventions that are effective in the treatment of trauma including affect regulation mindfulness and titrated processing techniques He will also discuss the pain paradox as an important aspect of trauma treatment Dr Briere and Dr Courtois offer real world strategies for clinical practice that are informed by cutting edge behavioral science Optional Afternoon Post Conference Workshop Working with Dysfunctional and Self Injurious Behaviors in the Complex Trauma Survivor 2 CE hours John Briere Ph D 1 00 4 00 includes lunch 1 2 p m Further information can be found on the Social Work Conference webpage by clicking here Click here to download the conference brochure Addiction Studies Program CASAC and Recredentialling various contact hours A number of course offered in the Credentialed Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor CASAC program have been approved for Social Work CE credit The following courses are approved along with the number of hours and the tuition 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 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 Introduction to Addictive Behaviors 18 260 Introduction to Diagnostic Criteria 19 375 Strategies for Engaging the Difficult Client 17 240 Tobacco 6 95 Vocational Rehabilitation in Substance Abuse Treatment 9 130 The course schedule and registration information can be found on the following webpage www molloy edu ce addiction 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 Courses will be offered at both locations on a rotating schedule

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