Our promise is simple, we only teach what we know works.
When you attend a training with Huckleberry House, you gain evidenced-based and youth-informed skills. Every scenario, practice case study, and skill provided are specific to teen and young adult challenges. Find out more about our training and networking events below.
I’m interested in a private group training...
What is a private group training?
We offer two training formats: private and community. With private group training events, you pick who attends and get customized training for your staff or co-workers.
- Invite up to 30 friends and staff
- CEUs for you and other licensed professionals*
- Access to our materials and handouts
- You pick the curriculum
- Customize scenarios to fit your needs
- Invitation to our Facebook Group
- Optional: Add consultation hours for you or your staff
How do I sign up?
Email the Professional Development team with the name of the curriculum or topic you’d like training on. Our staff will work with you to schedule, plan, and host a productive event.
I’m interested in training for myself...
What does this include?
Attend one of our community training events to learn how to engage with teens and young adults.
- CEUs for social workers and counselors
- Access to handouts and free worksheets
- Scenario based skill building
- Time to ask questions
- Invitation to our Facebook group for professionals
December 18th, 2019 9 am – Noon
December 18th, 2019 1 pm – 3 pm
January 27th, 2020 9 am – Noon
January 13th, 2020 9 am – 4 pm
I’m interested in learning more about Huckleberry House...
For the past 50 years, Huckleberry House has prided itself on being an expert in adolescent and young adult care. Our driving force is our commitment to our clients. This year, we expanded our commitment to our clients by starting a new adventure — a Professional Development Program. Our commitment to our clients doesn’t begins within our doors, but within our community; we work to improve services offered to teens and young adults. Huckleberry House Professional Development Program aims to teach professionals across Ohio skills to make them experts in teen and young adult care.
Training sessions listed on the calendar and registration pages are suitable for individual students. Sessions can also be tailored for agencies seeking to train staff members.
For more information about agency training, contact:
Leslie Scott, MSSA, LSW, CTP-C
Professional Development Coordinator