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Effectively Diagnosing and Treating Eating Disorders

Zoom-Webinar

People with eating disorders struggle to maintain healthy relationships with food and their bodies. That’s a fact, and so too is this: conditions such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), while treatable, can be life threatening if unaddressed. But what about the notion that eating disorders are a lifestyle

How to Support Someone with Depression

Zoom-Webinar

Depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States between the ages of 15 and 44. Yet, there is still stigma around the condition. Many believe that you can “just snap out of it” or that depression is simply a bad day or two. In addition, using the word casually can minimize the

Project Harmony Tour

Project Harmony 11949 Q St, Omaha, NE

The tour provides a history of Project Harmony and child advocacy centers, an overview of the various departments within Project Harmony, and the roles of our co-located partner agencies. Join us in person for a presentation of our campus. Click here to register for the tour. Please submit your certificate to your supervisor to receive

Through the Eyes of the Child: Exploring Protective Factors & Supporting Resiliency

Zoom-Webinar

Don’t miss the opportunity to gain valuable insight from a unique perspective – that of a child.  This webinar will provide a view, from a child's perspective, of the challenges, vulnerabilities, but most importantly, the resilience inherent within young children. Young children, especially those who've experienced maltreatment and the complexities of foster care, navigate their

Child Abuse and Neglect 101

Project Harmony Webinar

This course prepares mandatory reporters with the knowledge and skills to recognize and report child abuse and neglect along with an overview of the different types of abuse and their prevalence in Nebraska.  In this training, participants will discuss challenges associated with reporting abuse and neglect, practice asking minimal facts questions, and receive resources that