Good Girls Gone Bad – Understanding Relational Aggression Among Girls

Kristen Williams, LCSW, MSW
Thursday, August 21, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.  or   11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Kristen Williams, LCSW, obtained her Master’s degree in social work at IUPUI. Prior to her graduate work, she obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Butler University with a major in Psychology. She spent a significant portion of her professional career at a residential facility occupying a variety of roles, including direct care staff, program director, and home-based therapist, gaining a wealth of experience working with adults and children diagnosed with intellectual disabilities. Kristen has also worked as a clinician and as a supervisor in community mental health. She worked with a specialized team focused on the stabilization, treatment, and rehabilitation of adults diagnosed with a serious mental illness as well as an intellectual disability. Currently, Kristen works at Valle Vista as the RTC Program Director.

Learning Objectives

1.    To increase awareness of relational aggression among adolescent females.
2.    Gain insight about the contributing factors and outcomes associated with relational aggression.
3.    Learn strategies to manage relational aggression among female adolescents.

Hospital location: 898 E. Main Street, Greenwood, Indiana
NO CHARGE: One hour to hour & half session. Breakfast/Lunch will be included.
Please Join us for this Informative Presentation – One CEU Credit Hour

“The Indiana Social Worker, Marriage and Family therapist and Mental Health Counselor Board has approved this organization to provide Category I Continuing Education for L.S.W., L.C.S.W., L.M.F.T., and L.M.H.C.  However, licensees must judge the program’s relevance to their professional practice.”

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