Clinical Network Workshop 2015
Saturday November 21, 2015
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
“Dying to Live”
Goals & Objectives
The goal of the workshop is to educate and enhance the clinical profession and community engagement toward a more effective and efficient outcome in case practice. The workshop is designed to address the individual within community, focusing on both the plight of the individual striving for meaningful existence within the contextual complexities of community development. The workshop provides an opportunity for continuing education to enhance efforts towards social action: mercy and justice.
Registration: 9:00 AM – 9:45 AM
Barris Malcolm, Ph.D
“The etiology and epidemiology of substance abuse and dependence and why we need addiction counseling”.
Barris Malcolm, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Administration and is the Coordinator of the Joint MSW/MDIV Degree Program between the School of Social Work and Yale University Divinity School. Barris teaches courses in administration, macro foundation theory and practice, social welfare policy and social service delivery systems. His areas of specialization include analysis of social welfare policy, microeconomics (cost/benefit) analysis, international issues, financial management, substance abuse, and homelessness.
Donation $20.00 – Lunch Included
Please Register by November 18, 2015
Register at (www.secondchurchdorchester.org) Givings
Make Checks Payable to:
Second Church in Dorchester
Mail to: Second Church in Dorchester: 44 Moultrie Street, Dorchester, MA 02124
The workshop is sponsored and presented as a ministry of the Missions Department of Second Church and Second Church Enrichment Center with the collaboration of community Agencies.
Missions President: Betty Thomas
Enrichment Center: Manual Pires