Brown Bag Lunch Training (1 CEU): Increasing Supports for LGBTQI Youth
May 12th, 2017: 12:00-1:00pm
Youth who identify as a sexual minority often have a need for additional supports. This training offers ideas for working with the youth to identify their needs in order to provide them with the most effective services.
- Bring your lunch and join us for our first Brown Bag Lunch Training through Pacific University’s MSW program!
- Location: 40 E. Broadway, Eugene OR 97401
- Parking validation available at the Overpark at 10th & Oak and Parcade at 7th & 8th at Willamette
- Please RSVP here, or let me know via email if you plan to attend.
- Questions? Contact Suzy Kropf, 541-485-6812 firstname.lastname@example.org
Training led by MSW Faculty member, Del Quest, PhD, MSW.
Del practiced as a clinical social worker in an adolescent residential treatment facility which served youth experiencing substance abuse and mental health diagnoses and youth in out of home placements. Her research focuses on how best to support and train emerging professionals for the diverse and challenging situations they will face in the field.
She is primarily interested in how social environments impact young people and how social workers and youth workers can best offer culturally responsive services. Her research includes topics related to suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention, advanced generalist social work curriculum, LGBTQ youth, and youth in out of home care.