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Prevention and Education Specialists offer briefs, workshops and psychoeducational classes to units, commands, community organizations and individuals. All presentations can be customized to meet your goals or to address specific needs on topics such as:
4 Class Series that covers 8 anger management tools to teach participants how to cope and manage anger. Topics covered include empathy, communication, stress management, expectations, forgiveness, and more. Participants must attend all 4 sessions to receive certificate of completion.
Classes are held every Wednesday from 1130-1330
Classes are held every Tuesday from 1100-1300
Please note: You must register prior to attending as this is not an open group.
How to register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org OR scan the QR code below!
This training meets requirements for annual Family Advocacy Training and certifies officers designated as unit IDC voting representatives (Battalion- or Squadron- level COs/XOs). Any command member who works with families involved in (or are at risk of) child or domestic abuse is welcome to attend. For more information, call Family Advocacy Program at 645-2915 or 098-970-2915.
The next Full Day FAP/IDC & Refresher Training will be January 6,2022 at Camp Foster, Ocean Breeze, Southern Breeze Conference Room (1st Floor). 0800 (Sign-In) 0815-1500 (Training)
Do you need an IDC refresher? IDC refreshers are required once a year after initial training. Please contact Family Advocacy at 645-2915 or EMAIL email@example.com to schedule full day or refresher trainings.
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