Cause Collective trainings and meetings will be done through Zoom for the time being. In some cases we will need to re-schedule, so watch for emails for more information.
We will also communicate specific details directly with the registrants of each training.
SKILL SHARE PROGRAM:
The Cause Collective Skill Share program connects member agency staff with a specialist to discuss a nonprofit topic or would just like a bit of mentoring in a confidential 'one to one' setting for one hour.
Once we receive the form, you will be contacted by one of our specialists within 2 weeks to set up a meeting. If you do not hear anything by then please email Jason at email@example.com.
We will contact you directly if we do not currently have any specialists in your requested topic.
This is a brand new program, and we welcome feedback in the process.
CLICK HERE to request time with a specialist and see what topics are available to discuss.
Ethical Principles to Guide Human Services Professionals
Thursday, January 14th | 8:30 - 10:30 am | Webinar
Professionals in the field of human services face a wide range of concerns and situations, related to the populations we treat and support, which can be complex and require decision making based on a guiding and supportive code of ethics. The use of a developed code of ethics not only supports thoughtful and protective decision making but also the integration of supportive and effective treatment strategies, it also protects all individuals involved in human services relationships. This two-hour presentation will offer an opportunity to better understand counseling principles of ethical practice as defined by the American Counseling Association and include the interactive experience to apply these principles to presented case studies. This presentation will promote the implementation of these principles in the daily work of human services professionals to best support those we serve and to better protect professionals from ethical pitfalls.
Goal: To engage professionals in the field of human services in a discussion of ethical principles and explore their implementation to best support ethical interaction and practice.
1) To identify and define ethical principles as outlined by the American Counseling Association.
2) Utilize real life case studies to strategize the implementation of these principles to guide ethical, best, and supportive practice.
3) Review an ethical decision-making model as outlined by the American Counseling Association
TRAINER: Crayton Jirovsky is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor in the State of Nebraska. He completed his graduate counseling work at The University of Nebraska at Kearney and has been licensed and practicing the treatment of co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders on an outpatient basis in the State of Nebraska since 2011. He has worked in a variety of settings, working with both adolescents and adults, to overcome personal and family mental health concerns, Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) and substance use related concerns. He has worked diligently to utilize evidenced based practice and the development of the therapeutic alliance to promote client growth and movement toward positive outcomes. He is currently in private practice and has been for the past 5 years.
2 hours of Certified Social Worker CEU's can be provided for this training.
VCC Training:Through The Eyes of Volunteer Coordinators: Real Stories of Stresses, Successes and Hope in Lincoln
Wednesday, January 20th | 11:30 - 1:00 pm | Webinar
Three of Lincoln's very own Volunteer Professionals will share how they've navigated the current climate, what obstacles they've faced, and how they've overcome the odds to keep their volunteers informed and engaged with their nonprofit.
TRAINERS: Victoria O'Neil - Born and raised in Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Victoria graduated from Western Michigan University with her Bachelors of Science degree. While working for a major cellular phone manufacturer she earned her Masters in Project Management. She has over 30 years of working in the customer service industry. While taking a break from working full time, and caring for her five children, she decided to get involved in the nonprofit field and hasn't stopped since. She's been with Matt Talbot & Outreach since February of 2017. She loves the team at Matt Talbot. She's currently working on getting her Volunteer Administration Certification and plans on taking the test in April.
Alyssa Christensen - is the Grief Support Director of the Mourning Hope Grief Center. Originally from Brandon, SD, Alyssa graduated in 2013 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a B.A. in Psychology. She spent five years working in the hospice field as a Bereavement and Volunteer Coordinator. Alyssa transitioned full time to Mourning Hope in July of 2018. She manages Mourning Hope’s family, young adults, school, survivors of suicide loss, and volunteer programs.
Georgann Roth, CVA - is a Lincoln Nebraska girl through and through. GBR! Her background is varied; graphic arts, baking, being a maker, and helping people find their true self. She graduated with a Bachelors of Journalism from UNL and has since worked at Community Action. Currently, she holds the honor of serving our community through engaging volunteers to share their talents with Community Action's many programs. She currently chairs the Volunteer Coordinator Council Planning Committee to assist our communities Volunteer Professionals in volunteer engagement.