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Friday
04
MAY

PM Session- First Friday Workshop

13:30
16:30

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Afternoon Session: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
What is Child Abuse? & Defining Child Sexual Abuse Victims & Offenders.
Presenter(s): Gladys C. Ojeda, B.A
Education Team Lead at ChildSafe

This workshop will provide participants with a basic foundation for understanding, identifying and reporting all suspicions of child abuse. It will provide an in-depth look at victims and offenders of sexual abuse, allowing participants to walk away with a better understanding of they dynamics involved. Participants will also be able to recognize the indicators and effects of child abuse and neglect of children.

Gladys C. Ojeda, B.A.

Click HERE for downloadable copy of flyer.

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Each session is $35.00, $25.00 with a valid student ID.
Reservations may be made by phone. Walk-ins welcome but RSVP guarantees a seat. Cancellations or changes on workshops may occur. No refunds, however, you may receive a voucher for future attendance.

**SACADA is a certified by the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (TCBAP) CEU provider for LCDC, LPC, CCJP, Social Workers and LMFT**

To register for a workshop, call (210) 225-4741. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards.
Register at http://www.sacada.org/first-friday-workshops-2018/
Walk-ins welcome but RSVP guarantees a seat.
Cancellations or changes on workshops may occur.

No Refunds; however, you may receive a voucher for future attendance.
Student will receive a discount of $10.00 off per session with proof of valid student ID.
To receive the student discount, participants must pay at the registration table on the day of the workshop showing proof of their current student ID.

For more information, contact Andrea Salazar at ASalazar@sacada.org or call (210) 225-4741.

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