Haruv Institute - Annual Report 2018


One-day Training Seminar for WelfareWorkers of the Native American Tribes January 9, 2018 In collaboration with: The School of Social Work, University of Oklahoma Goal: To provide knowledge on child welfare, with emphasis on early childhood trauma and general background on the motivational interview. (Social Work Skills in Child Welfare). Target Population: Welfare workers.

Number of Participants: 60

Location: Tahlequah (Native American town)

Budget : $ 1,500

One-Day Training Seminar for Students of Nursing January 24, 2018 In collaboration with: The School of Social Work and the School of Nursing, University of Oklahoma Goal: Opening lecture on the subject ACES, identifying traumas that impact on the functional and physical condition of the person in therapy, and experimenting simulation. Target Population: Students of nursing.

Number of Participants: 20

Location: University of Oklahoma

Budget : $ 500

Simulations – A One-day Seminar of the Kaiser Foundation: Parental Guidance for Parents of Young Children February 23, 2018

Goal: To provide tools for coping with situations that therapists encounter in their daily work, experimenting with simulation and discussing ways of coping with conditions of poverty and neglect. Target Population: Therapists at the Best Organization who work with families with young, maltreated children living in poverty.

Number of Participants: 45

Location: University of Oklahoma

Budget : $ 2,000


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