Internal Family Systems Therapy Training

In Syntero’s Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy training, attendees will be provided with an overview of the increasingly popular IFS Therapy model. The training will focus specifically on providing participants with a general understanding of the model, what sets it apart from similar approaches, and where to go for further training or resources. Attendees will leave having gained an understanding of the following:

  • An overview of the model and what it is all about
  • What distinguishes IFS from other models that conceptualize parts of self
  • The concept of self energy and the types of parts, with their respective roles according to IFS
  • The flow of the model
  • Where to go for more resources and further training

This training is approved for one CEU through the CSWMFT Board for counselors and social workers and will be facilitated by Syntero Clinical Site Manager Maggie Dangler, MSW, LISW-S.

Cost: $20 for community members; free for Syntero staff and interns

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • May 20th –  Downsizing – Whether this sounds like an enjoyable trip down memory lane or an overwhelming task, we’ll discuss your experiences and learn from each other about resources and helpful strategies. Upper Arlington Senior Center; Room 104

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • May 6thOpen Discussion via Zoom

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

31st Annual Catalyst for Positive Change Awards

Syntero will host the 31st Annual Catalyst for Positive Awards on Friday, April 22, 2022. The Catalyst for Positive Change Awards showcases students from Central Ohio high schools who have demonstrated outstanding community service and exemplify Syntero’s values of integrity, empowerment, innovation and inclusiveness. Syntero has invited students from 22 Central Ohio high schools in Franklin, Delaware and Morrow Counties.

2022 Keynote Speaker – Amy Acton, MD, MPH

     

Dr. Amy Acton is a licensed physician in Preventive Medicine and Public Health with over 30 years of experience in executive leadership, academic and nonprofit administration, philanthropy, government and community service, teaching and data analysis, medical practice, and health care policy and advocacy.

Speech topic: The Leader We All Wish We Had Is You!

 

Click here to learn more about the awards and sponsorship opportunities.

50+ Connections

Socially “connect” and learn from professionals who provide practical and resourceful information so we can “thrive” and not merely “survive” daily life. This is a relaxed and enjoyable forum, which encourages participation among attendees. This group meets from 1:00 – 2:15 PM and is facilitated by Syntero Older Adults Community Support Specialist Charity Eilerman. Any older adult in Columbus is welcome to attend.

  • April 15th – Connections Fun – Join in games and activities to connect with other participants. Upper Arlington Senior Center; Room 104

Participants must register and complete a waiver prior to participation. To register, please call the Upper Arlington Senior Center at 614-583-5320.

Triple P Back-to-School Workshop Series: Dealing with Disobedience

Supportive, small group programs to connect with other parents about raising young children. You can attend any or all of the classes below for free.  Open to parents and caregivers of children ages 8 or younger in Delaware or Morrow Counties.

Wednesday, 9/15/211:00-2:30pm: Developing Good Bedtime Routines Get advice on getting your kid to go to bed—and stay there.

Wednesday, 9/22/21-1:00 -2:30 pm: Dealing with Disobedience Get tips on how to get kids to listen and follow directions—and what to do when they don’t.

Wednesday, 9/29/21- 1:00 – 2:30 pm: Managing Fighting and Aggression Learn strategies for teaching kids to solve problems and get along with others.

Unable to make any of the above workshops? Or dealing with a different behavior? Individual parenting support is available at a time that is convenient for you!

For more information or to register,
Follow link below: Or text “Summer” to Kyra Snider at (614)-407-5957 or email Ksnider@syntero.org