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Empowering Those We Help: Building Trust and Credibility

This training will provide an overview of strategies for military helping professionals in serving as effective resources for families. The focus will be on how military service professionals can facilitate effective problem solving and other activities with families through collaborative approaches. Participants will increase their knowledge of key characteristics of helping professionals and factors involved in the establishment of credibility and trust for empowering military families.

 

Presenter

Alicia Cassels
4-H Extension Specialist and Assistant Professor, Curriculum
West Virginia University

 

Continuing Education (CE) Credit or Certificate of Completion

 

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*The cover photo image [Advisors can help with adjustment to civilian life] by the Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System (DVIDS) is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.  



 

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