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September 2018 Training: Sexual Harassment in the workplace

September 21 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

$35 - $85

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND: THE TOPIC WAS SOOOO INTERESTING AT MAY’S TRAINING, WE HAD TO HAVE IT FURTHER BROKEN DOWN. THEREFORE, WE HAVE GONE BEYOND THE BASICS. She will now be talking with us specifically about:

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: The EEOC perspective for EA professionals

Ms. Arlene Glover

Ms. Arlene Glover, The EEOC Greensboro Local Office Director will be discussing sexual harassment from the EEOC perspective. Specifically, she will: a) define what constitutes sexual harassment; b) discuss options for addressing this issue as reported from an employee; c) discuss requirements for workplace managers/supervisors to take to address this issue; d) discuss how the EA professional can support the individual client employee and client company in dealing with these concerns; e) address ways to raise awareness and support only appropriate and non-harassing interactions in the workplace.

 

The MeToo Movement: Supporting Employees and Organizations

Dr. Marvice Marcus

Dr. Marcus currently serves as a Staff Psychologist and Assistant Director of Training Programs at Duke University Counseling and Psychological Services. He earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Washington State University, and completed a predoctoral internship at Duke University CAPS.  Dr. Marcus has primarily worked in university mental health, spanning three regions of the United States.  Committed to innovation in higher education, equity and inclusion, and wellness promotion, Dr. Marcus employs critical social theories to facilitate positive change and improved life chance for disenfranchised communities.  Globally, he advocates for the redistribution of economic and material resources, both of which create social conditions that perpetuate marginality.

 

Dr. Marcus views clinical work as both a place of refuge for clients and an avenue for activism. He enjoys working with students who present with adjustment concerns, eating disorders, social and familial conflict, and identity-based stress/trauma.  His approach to therapy is integrative, mostly composed of interpersonal/relational interventions and emotion-focused strategies.

More specifically, Dr. Marcus is interested in developing ways to effectively use cultural studies to contextualize human suffering and problematize intersubjectivity. Other professional interests include men and masculinities, race and gender politics, and issues of diversity, inclusion and mattering/belonging at institutions of higher education.  In his free time, Dr. Marcus enjoys spending time with family and friends (laughter!), reading and listening to music, and visiting local eateries.

 

Book rooms now:       919.670.5000        Code:  NC EAPA

  $169.00 all inclusive of taxes, breakfast, parking, WiFi, and personal morning coffee concierge service.

May book Doubles or King rooms for this rate. Room block is limited. So book now. 

Deadline for booking rooms: August 21, 2018

Details

Date:
September 21
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$35 - $85
Event Category:

Venue

Mayton Inn
301 S Academy St
Cary, NC 27511 United States
Phone:
919-670-5000

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September Training Members 2018$35.00

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September Training Non-Members$85.00

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