Working With Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender and Questioning Youth: Best Practice for Providing Care - Online Live Workshops (CE Training Hours-1.5)

Online Webinar

2:30 PM - 4:00 PM EST (11:30 AM-1:00 PM PST)

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Program Summary

This is a full-day online summit for addressing how to effectively engage with youth and their families. Situations as:


can and do have a profound impact on the health and functioning of youth, their families and communities.

Attend these interactive, informative evidence based workshops to review assessment, and intervention approaches that are useful for working with youth and engaging with their families. 3 expert presenters with work with you for these sessions, including a young adult (and now an expert and keynote speaker) who was a mother at the age of 13, youth suicide and criminal justice expert, a social worker who also struggled with their own family's challenges with drug use and addiction, and a professional who shares own experiences of staying in the closet while coming out at the same time! You WILL be in a position to leave these sessions with new knowledge, skills and national resources.

Attend this informative workshop to review and gain the knowledge and skills required to successfully plan and facilitate remote family team conferences. The workshop will address: Family Teaming: Best Practice Principles: in-person and remote, decision making points, required resources: technology and staffing, skills to plan and facilitate and ethics and confidentiality.

Be in a position to learn best approaches for providing care for Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender and Questioning Youth. Understand;

  • Definitions, what do all the terms mean
  • How do I know if my youth is questioning?
  • How do I support a youth who identifies as LGBTQ
  • Connecting youth to resources
Who Should Attend?

Services providers and their staff, managers, supervisors, program managers and professionals who coordinate services and resources for helping clients and their families succeed.


* Pay online, or request invoice. Purchase Orders (PO's) welcome


June E. Fisher, MSW, LSW, Principal, Dynamic Training Solutionsjfisher2

June E. Fisher, MSW, LSW has over 20 years of experience providing training and education services to professionals, children, youth, families and their communities.  Ms. Fisher provides dynamic interactive live and web-based workshops for families, agencies and communities.  Her knowledge and skills include working with human and social services teams and systems in the areas of intellectual disabilities, child welfare, trauma, mental health, and drug and alcohol.

Ms. Fisher is nationally recognized for her skills as a Certified Trainer and Curriculum Writer.  In 2009 she was named “Trainer of the Year” by the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Training Program.  She is also a Certified Federal and Child and Family Service Review (CFSR) Evaluator experienced with the mandated Federal outcomes and the program improvement plan (PIP) process.

She has been a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in Cumberland County Pennsylvania since 2009. 

Ms. Fisher works with the Pennsylvania Child Welfare Resource Center at the University of Pittsburgh and also serves as associate faculty member at Joyfields Institute for Professional Development.

Ms. Fisher earned her Bachelors of Social Work degree from Temple University and her Masters in Social Work at Widener University.

Event Properties

Event Date 02/16/2021
Event End Date 02/16/2021
Cut off date 02/11/2021
Individual Price $95.00
Speaker Mark Lowis, LMSW, MCSW, MINT, CEBP, & Author, "Motivational Interviewing: Durable Change Through Intrinsic Motivation
Number Hours 1.5
Location Online Event

Group Rate

#Registrants Rate/Person ($)
2 85.00
4 75.00
8 65.00
12 55.00
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