Alicia Perez, PCT Trainer
Carmen McCotter, PCT Trainer
Person Centered Thinking training is recommended for everyone involved in supporting people with intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental health needs, and others who use long term services and supports. Participants will develop skills in person-centered thinking through a series of remote discussions, applied stories, and guided exercises.
This remote version of Person-Centered Thinking Training will be instructor-led and interactive, using Zoom videoconferencing. The course includes six (6) 3-hour modules to be held from 9am to 12:00pm PT on May 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st, June 1st & 2nd. Participants must attend all sessions to receive a certificate of completion.
- Describe the benefits of person-centered descriptions and one page descriptions.
- Practice person centered thinking skills with a partner to create your own person-centered description and one-page description.
- Apply person-centered thinking practices to make a positive difference in people’s lives.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Mental Health, Aging, Healthcare, and Intellectual/Developmental Disability professionals and others interested in the practical application of person-centered thinking skills.
REGISTRATION: Advanced registration is required. Class size is limited. Registration will close 2 weeks prior to event. The cost is $175 per person.
CERTIFICATE: To receive a certificate of attendance, participants must attend all five online sessions of Person-Centered Thinking Training. Continuing Education Units are not issued for this training at this time.
To participate in this remote course you will want to make sure you have access to the following:
- Computer with reliable internet
- Webcam so you can see and be seen by others
- Computer speaker and microphone (headset or earbuds are recommended)
- Ability to access Zoom.us (videoconferencing app)