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  • DU

    Cocktails & Continuing Ed
    with DORA


    Thursday, September 14, 2017
    Check-in: 5:30-6 PM | Program: 6-7 PM | Reception: 7-7:30 PM
    Ammi Hyde, University of Denver
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    Thanks for your interest in this event. Our availability for joining us in person has sold out. We will be offering an option to tune into the presentation via Zoom.

    Please join us via this link:

    Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://udenver.zoom.us/j/4225698507

    Attention all Colorado psychologists!

    Did you hear that the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) is enacting new continuing education requirements that apply to you?

    We imagine you have questions and want to know the scoop! Join experts from DORA as they review the new CE requirements. Find out everything you need to know and get the opportunity to ask questions.

    Also - hear from DU's Center for Professional Development about upcoming CE programs that will help you fulfill your requirements in no time. Learn the difference between CE, CEU and Contact Hours, and let us know what programs you'd like to see offered!

    Free event; parking permits may be purchased.

     

  • DU

    Colorado Resilience Collaborative:
    Launch & Community Reception 


    Wednesday, October 11, 2017
    Check-in: 5:30 PM | Program: 6 PM | Reception: 7:30 PM
    Reiman Theater at Margery Reed Hall, University of Denver
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    GSPP's International Disaster Psychology Program announces the launch of the Colorado Resilience Collaborative (CRC). CRC is an interdisciplinary initiative that addresses identity-based violence due to radicalization and discrimination based on race/ethnicity, nationality, faith and ideology. The project aims to promote insight, healing, and action at individual, family, organizational, and community levels. CRC will provide services that use a trauma informed, culturally competent, and inclusive approach. Our team will develop collaborative partnerships that support personal, social, cultural and political action.

    Panelists from local agencies will share their experiences raising awareness, reducing risks, and promoting healing in contexts related to identity-based violence in Colorado.

    Free Event & Open to the Public

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