The Department of Counseling & Marital and Family Therapy (CMFT), in collaboration with the Hahn School of Nursing (HSON), at the University of San Diego (USD), was awarded two federal training grants by the Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA). The Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training (BHW) and Opioid Workforce Expansion Program (OWEP) grants have allowed the CMFT Department to provide additional training and workshops to students, alums, faculty, and community partners for free. The overall grant initiative is known as Project TeamUP!
Final Workshop of the Academic Year!
What is a Project TeamUP Workshop?
Project TeamUP workshops focus on a particular presenting issue, modality, population, or combination of the three. Workshops vary in scheduling as they are longer, more in-depth training facilitated by content experts. Project TeamUP is a certified Continuing Education Provider with the California Psychological Association, and select workshops offer CE credits to licensed psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and professional clinical counselors.
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Project TeamUP Workshop – Job Search, Resume/CV Preparation & Navigating the BBS Final 2022-23 Workshop!
Friday, April 21st, 2023, from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm PT AND/OR
Monday, April 24th, 2023, from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm PT
Hybrid format – in-person attendance allows for more tailored 1:1 support
Register here: https://bit.ly/TeamUPPD
Lily Vistica, LMFT (she/her), Director of Clinical Training at the University of San Diego, will lead attendees in a professional development workshop on resume/CV/cover letter creation, applying for jobs after graduation, and the BBS licensure process. Although the workshop will specifically focus on applying for jobs post-graduation, this workshop is open to all USD CMFT and PMHNP graduate students and alums. Lily will incorporate didactic and experiential techniques, including offering space to work on application materials while receiving individualized support. This workshop is designed to help you:
Describe the difference between a Resume and Curriculum Vitae (CV);
Describe the purpose of a cover letter;
Apply best practices to your resume and cover letter when describing current and past work experiences;
Identify job opportunities to meet the Project TeamUP commitment;
Assess the holistic experience of working in community mental health;
Identify loan forgiveness programs;
Describe the BBS licensure requirement for your specific track/focus; and
Demonstrate a working knowledge of BBS best practices and remedies for common mistakes in the application and licensure process.
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