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Continuing Education

EMU ​at ​Lancaster ​hosts ​an ​evening ​of ​continuing ​education ​on ​the ​third ​Thursday ​of ​the ​month, ​starting ​at ​6 ​pm. ​ We welcome nurses,  K-12 educators,  leadership and management professionals, pastors and lay leaders and students. 

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 2018 Events 

  • DementiaLive: Real-Life Dementia Simulation
    DementiaLive will allow participants to experience dementia firsthand. Participants will learn about sensory changes that occur in older adults. Through simulation and reflection, they will be able to identify best practices for working with older adults experiencing dementia. A discussion will follow the simulation to identify challenges in the care of persons with dementia and methods to improve interactions.
    Presenter:
    Martha Sitler, MBA & Kathy Roberts, Health & Wellness Educator
    Date: October 18, 2018
    Time:
    6:00pm-8:00pm
    Contact Hours:
    2
    Cost:  $30 for Nurses, Pastors and Lay Leaders who want contact hours
    $10 ​for the General Public ​(not ​receiving ​CEUs) ​
    ​$5 for Students ​(not ​receiving ​CEUs) ​
    Notes:
    *Paid ​online ​and ​in ​advance​
    ​** ​Extra ​charge ​for ​same-day ​registration ​or ​payment ​by ​check ​(no ​cash ​accepted)
    Register here

  • The Soul of Shame: Connection, Courage, Creativity:
    A workshop exploring trauma, shame, and the healing power of the faith community

    We all experience trauma from physical, psychological, social or spiritual events. Trauma, whether severe and less common or minor and more frequent, wounds our souls, injuring not only our minds, but our relationships and communities. These injuries not only cripple our ability to function but also diminish our capacity to be creative.
    - This workshop explores the nature of trauma with shame as its primary vector, and the healing power of community.
    - We will address primary principles of Interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB), the continuum of integration/disintegration, and the practical applications of IPNB in developing skills that lead to healing and human flourishing.
    - The participant will be able to identify and apply practices that support the integration of the mind, development of resilience, and emergence of enhanced creativity. The contribution of faith-based communities in the healing process will be discussed.
    Presenter:  Curt Thompson, MD
    Date: November 2, 2018
    Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (registration begins at 8:00 AM)
    Location: The S. Dale High Leadership Center
    1861 William Penn Way
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17605
    Cost: ​$60 ​- ​includes ​lunch 
    Contact ​Hours ​: Available for registered nurses and ​CEUs ​for ​pastors available ​for ​5 ​hours ​of ​content.  EMU is an approved provider by the Pennsylvania Department of Education for non-credit continuing education for registered nurses.  
    In addition, this program is sponsored by WellSpan Philhaven, an approved sponsor for Continuing Education Credits by the American Psychological Association for psychologists. WellSpan Philhaven is approved by the American Psychologist Association to sponsor continuing education credits for psychologists. WellSpan Philhaven maintains responsibility for the program and its contents. This program is approved for 5  APA continuing education credits.  WellSpan Philhaven has pre-approval from the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Work Examiners to sponsor continuing education credits to Pennsylvania Licensed Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Professional Counselors
    Register here by October 25
    Download the flier (pdf)

 

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