CONTINUING EDUCATION

Registration

$30 for students and community members

$70 for professionals and faculty

 

Fees cover food, beverages, workshops supplies

Continuing Education Credit

The workshop has applied to offer 5 CE credits for participants’ attendance and engagement during the event.

 

The event is appropriate for beginning, intermediate and advanced level of skill when working with LGBTQ youth and emerging adults.  The workshop is designed for researchers and clinicians, and psychologists involved in public policy development.

 

The workshop has 3 learning objectives:

 

  1.  list at least three current challenges facing LGBTQ youth and emerging adults

  2.  identify at least three lines of action that psychologists can take to address current challenges facing LGBTQ youth and emerging adults

  3. describe how multiple minority identities intersect to create unique challenges for LGBTQ youth and emerging adults

 

 

Division 44 is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Division 44 maintains responsibility for the program

Refund/cancellation policy

Registered participants may request a full refund until seven (7) calendar days before the workshop, when a phone or email request is received by the workshop organizers.  If the request for a refund is within seven (7) calendar days before the workshop, a partial refund, 80% of the registration fee, will be returned to the registered participant.  No refunds can be processed after the event.  No-shows are responsible for the full registration fee.

 

If the event is cancelled, all registered participants will receive a full refund.

Complaint Process

During the conference, a student or community volunteer or CE Committee member will be present to assist with the process and answer questions.

 

The procedures for addressing complaints are as follows:

 

When a participant files a complaint, either orally or in written format, and expects action on the complaint, the following actions will be taken and complaints will be shared with the Div 44 CE Coordinator.

 

  1. If the grievance concerns a speaker, the content presented by the speaker, or the style of presentation, the individual making the complaint will be asked to put their comments in written format. Program organizers will then pass the comments on to the speaker, assuring the confidentiality of the complainant.
     

  2. If the complaint concerns a workshop offering, its content, level of presentation, or the facilities in which the workshop was offered, on-site program organizers will mediate and attempt to resolve the complaint on-site. If the participant requests action, the program organizers are empowered to:

    a. provide a credit for a subsequent year's workshop, or
    b. provide a partial or full refund of the workshop fee.

    Actions 2a and 2b will require a written note, documenting the grievance, for record keeping purposes. The note need not be signed by the grieved individual.‚Äč
     

  3. If the complaint is made after the program has occurred or concerns the CE programming more generally, the Complaint will be addressed it as follows:

    a. Request that the complainant submit a written complaint and propose an appropriate remedy,
    b. provide the instructor(s) with the opportunity to respond to the complaint and propose an appropriate remedy,
    c. review these documents, make a final determination, and decide on any remedy.

 

For further information, contact the Workshop Director, Richard A. Sprott, at richard.sprott@csueastbay.edu or at 510-919-4488.

 

Grievances regarding this program should be submitted directly to the Division 44 CE Coordinator, Jae Puckett, Ph.D., at jaepuckett1@gmail.com