Entries by Traci Webber

LGBTQ+ Workplace Culture Summit – Council Bluffs/Omaha

Please join us for an affordable training event. Presented by One Iowa and OutNebraska, this new event provides resources and networking opportunities for employers and LGBTQ employees to cultivate safe and inclusive workplaces. Employers will learn more about the LGBTQ community, how to make more inclusive policies, and retain LGBTQ talent. October 3, 2019 Metro […]

Nebraska Behavioral Health Jobs – NEBHjobs.com

Check out our online recruiting tools at NEBHJobs.com Free website Dedicated exclusively to behavioral, mental health and substance abuse-related jobs in Nebraska Opt-in to receive our newsletter The Connection Visit the NEBHJobs.com website to fill out your profiles and get started networking with behavioral health professionals in Nebraska On the NEBHJobs.com website, employers can post […]

Support success in mental health and counseling

Schools, mental health centers, prisons, and many other institutions benefiting the public are strengthened by students who’ve earned a major in counseling. Their roles as counselors, community service managers, and social workers provide immeasurable support to their neighbors and communities, and efforts made to foster their academic health in turn foster the health of our […]

Nebraska Victim Assistance Academy 2019

This five-day, 40-hour certificate program provides statewide, standardized academic training for victim service providers and allied professionals. Monday, July 22–Friday, July 26 Apply at choose.creighton.edu/register/nevaa2019 Click here for more information. Creighton University Mike and Josie Harper Center Ballroom A, B and C 602 N. 20th St. Omaha, NE 68102 Tuition: $500 Includes breakfast, lunch, snacks […]

Juvenile Justice Suicide Prevention Conference

At their October 16, 2018 meeting, the Juvenile Services Committee (JSC) and the Nebraska Coalition for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) reviewed the 2018 annual report of the Office of Inspector General of Child Welfare.  During the review, members noted the rise in the reports of suicide attempts over the last three fiscal years. Members identified the need […]

What Is Cyberbullying? An Overview for Students, Parents, and Teachers

The Internet is a defining factor of modern education. In fact, education has become more accessible and widespread than ever before because of the Internet. From using digital textbooks to getting a degree online, more classroom functions and student experiences are moving into cyberspace — including, unfortunately, bullying. Despite all the good that the Internet […]