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The CHRIS Training Institute strives to provide licensed social workers, professional counselors and marriage and family therapists with high-quality, reasonably priced opportunities to acquire continuing education unit (CEU) credit hours needed for your license renewal. Below are our 2020 Professional Education course offerings.

Click on any of the trainings below to get more detailed information:

February 28 -29, 2020: Somatic and Attachment Focused EMDR Therapy for Chronic Pain – the SAFE Approach

CEU Eligible: 12 Core Hours (GSCSW & LPCA)

 

Time

 

Day 1: 8:00-5:00 (6 training hours)

Morning Session 8:00-9:30

Break 9:30-9:45

Morning Session 9:45-11:15

Break 11:15-11:30

Afternoon Session 11:30-12:30

Lunch 12:30-1:30

Afternoon Session 1:30-3:00

Break 3:00-3:15

Afternoon Session 3:15-5:00

 

Day 2: 8:00-5:00 (6 training hours)

Morning Session 8:00-9:30

Break 9:30-9:45

Morning Session 9:45-11:15

Break 11:15-11:30

Afternoon Session 11:30-12:30

Lunch 12:30-1:30

Afternoon Session 1:30-3:00

Break 3:00-3:15

Afternoon Session 3:15-5:00

Total of: 12 Training Hours

 

Location

CHRIS 180’s Main Office – CHRIS Training Institute
1030 Fayetteville Road
Atlanta, GA 30316

Located across the street from our previous location at 1017 Fayetteville Road. Free parking.

Cost: $225. Click here to register.

 

Training Description

The AIP model states that most pathologies are derived from earlier life experiences that are maladaptively stored in the nervous system. As EMDR therapists, we see things like panic attacks, depression, and intrusive thoughts as symptoms—not the problem. The same is true for most chronic pain and illness. Pain is often a symptom and indicator of something deeper that is going on in the client’s system. In order to effectively treat chronic pain, we must do more than simply treat the symptom. As the AIP model advises, it is necessary to reprocess the early adverse experiences that are at the root. This training will cover ways to work with pain in all eight phases of EMDR. This will include improving the client history and preparation phases by teaching current pain neuroscience, as well as somatic and attachment theories that are tailored to working with pain. Participants will learn how to apply the same principles in the reprocessing phases to target past events, present triggers, and future potential challenges to alleviate not only the sensation of pain, but the emotional disturbance and diminished sense of self associated with it.

 

Training Objectives

Day 1:

  • Participants will be able to summarize how current pain neuroscience can be applied to the EMDR model, particularly how pain is produced by the brain, not the body.
  • Participants will be able to identify ways of working with pain in phase one by using pain-informed history taking. Emphasis will be given to identify symptoms and medical conditions commonly associated with sensitization of the nervous system.
  • Participants will be able to describe how early life experiences and attachment patterns influence pain in adulthood.
  • Participants will be able to recognize how clients develop certain patterns of behavior, personality, and attachment to avoid pain, and how these patterns often perpetuate the pain experience.

 

Day 2:

  • Participants will be able to identify ways of working with pain in phase two including pain education and somatic resourcing.
  • Participants will be able to summarize current research about how EMDR has been used to treat pain.
  • Participants will be able to target for reprocessing the adverse childhood experiences that may be at the root of persistent pain.
  • Participants will be able to use the basic EMDR protocol to reprocess pain in phases three through eight.

 


 

About the Trainer

Tyler Orr is a Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, EMDRIA approved consultant, EMDR trainer with the Personal Transformation Institute, and founder of the Chattanooga Center for Mind/Body Therapy. Tyler’s approach to counseling and teaching integrates EMDR, mindfulness, nonduality, transpersonal psychology, somatic psychotherapy, and attachment-focused techniques. Tyler specializes in working with chronic pain and is the co-founder of the Insight Pain Institute—an organization dedicated to training practitioners of various disciplines to work with persistent pain and illness.

March 10, 2020: Families First Prevention Services Act Education Event

Date(s): March 10, 2020 

 

Time:– 1pm to 4pm 

 

Location1030 Fayetteville Road SE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30316 

 

 

Facilitator: Chantel Kufeji, LMSW Cindy Simpson M.Ed 

 

Training Description:  

CHRIS 180 has partnered with the state to host a free provider- led information and education resource to support Child Caring Institutions (CCIs) to understand and adapt to the systemic changes, policies, accreditation, and CPA application resulting from Georgia’s implementation of the Family First Prevention Services Act.  

This act reforms the federal child welfare financing stream to provide services to families who are at risk of entering the child welfare system. The bill aims to prevent children from entering foster care by allowing federal reimbursement for mental health services, substance use treatment, and in-home parenting skill training. It also seeks to improve the well-being of children already in foster care by incentivizing states to reduce placement of children in congregate care. 

 

Cost: 

Free. Click here to register. 

March 12 & 13, 2020: Substance Use, Trauma, and Working with Families

CEU Eligible: 12 Core (GSCSW & LPCA)

 

Date(s): March 12 & 13, 2020 

 

Time: March 12, 9am to 5pm 

March 13 9am to 5pm 

 

Location1030 Fayetteville Road SE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30316 

 

 

Facilitator: Jessica Donaldson, LCSW and Krista Behrens, MSCP 

 

 

Training Description:  

You don’t need to know about drugs to treat drugs. This training will teach clinicians how to work with substance use in a nonthreatening way, that bolsters their current practice. It will help Clinicians apply their attachment and trauma informed practices to substance use treatment. Learn to identify, assess, and diagnose substance use disorders. This training will also provide information on the landscape in metro Atlanta of resources and treatment options. 

  

Main Objectives: 

Objective 1  Using an attachment and trauma informed lens to understand substance use treatment 
Objective 2  Learn to accurately assess and diagnose for substance use disorders 
Objective 3  Be in a position to comfortably start a conversation about drugs and implement practical applications 

 

 

Cost: $190. Click here to register. 

March 12 & 13: Fostering Resilience in Trauma-Impacted Youth and Families: The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) Treatment Framework

CEU Eligible: 12 Hours (GSCSW & LPCA)

 

Date(s): 

  • March 12 & 13

 

Time:  

  • Day 1 
  • 9:30am to 10:30am: Foundations and overview of the ARC Framework 
  • 10:30am to 10:45am: Morning Break 
  • 10:45 to 12:15pm: Caregiver Affect Management 
  • 12:15pm to 1:15pm: Lunch 
  • 1:15pm to 3:15pm: Attunement 
  • 3:15pm to 3:30pm: Afternoon Break 
  • 3:30pm to 4:30pm: Effective Behavioral Response, Integration of Attachment 
  • Day 2 
  • 9:30am to 10:30am: Introduction to regulation, Affect Identification 
  • 10:30am to 10:45am: Morning Break 
  • 10:45 to 12:15pm: Modulation, Expression 
  • 12:15pm to 1:15pm: Lunch 
  • 1:15pm to 3:15pm: Executive Functions 
  • 3:15pm to 3:30pm: Afternoon Break 
  • 3:30pm to 4:30pm: Self and identity, Trauma Experience Integration 

 

Location1030 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316 

 

Facilitator: Jen Packard, LCSW 

 

Training Description: 

As many as one in four youth will experience a potentially traumatic exposure, and many of these will be multiple or prolonged. The impact of these stressors is far-reaching, and often repeats across generations as yesterday’s impacted children become tomorrow’s parents and caregivers. Establishing effective practice for this population is a priority, but is challenging, given their diverse histories, their varied presentations, the multifaceted contextual, cultural, and developmental influences which shape them, and the wide range of systems within which they seek care. 

 

The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) (Kinnibrugh & Blaustein, 2005; Blaustein & Kinniburgh, 2010) framework is a core-components treatment model, developed to provide a guiding framework for thoughtful clinical intervention with complexly traumatized youth and their caregiving systems. Drawing from the fields of trauma, attachment, and child development, the framework recognizes the importance of working with the child-in-context, of acknowledging the role of historical experiences and adaptive responses in current presentation, and of intervening with the surrounding environment – whether primary caregivers or treatment system – to support and facilitate the child’s healthy growth and development. Rather than identify step-by-step intervention strategies, the framework identifies 10 key “building blocks”, or intervention targets, key skills/goals within each domain, developmental and cultural considerations, and potential applications across settings. 

 

In this workshop, we will examine the theoretical foundations underpinning this framework; build skills and knowledge in each identified treatment domain; and discuss case applications and considerations across contexts.  

  

 

Training Objectives: 

  1. Participants will be able to describe three priority domains of intervention for youth and families exposed to complex trauma. 
  1. Participants will be able to identify 10 core targets of intervention with trauma-impacted youth. 
  1. Participants will be able to describe at least one intervention technique within each of the primary identified treatment domains. 

Bio: 

Jen Packard is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with nine years of experience. She is the Clinical Supervisor of Trauma-Informed Care, therapist, and trainer for CHRIS 180. She is the Project Director for the Trauma STARs in Schools project, funded by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN). She is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She is trained in the Attachment, Regulation, and Competency (ARC), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), and The Seven Challenges for adolescent substance abuse.  In addition to these evidence-based models, Jen practices from the paradigms of interpersonal neurobiology, attachment, and mindfulness-based psychotherapy. She incorporates play therapy and art therapy principles and techniques in her work.  Jen earned her BFA in Contemporary Dance from University of North Carolina School of the Arts in 1999 and earned her MS in Social Work from Columbia University School of Social Work in 2008.  

 

Price: $190. Click here to register. 

 

 

March 27: Mental Health Ethics in a Culture of Contempt: Revisiting Moral Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Date(s):

  • March 27th, 2020
  • May 7th, 2020
  • August 14th, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 8:30am to 4:00pm

 

Location: 1030 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316

 

Facilitator: Jackson Rainer, Ph.D., ABPP

 

Training Description:

It is human nature to think.  In this politically charged time characterized by polarization and fragmentation,  and outrage and abuse, personal decisions are made more on emotionality and impulse than a thoughtful consideration of data, truth, intent, and impact.  A well cultivated critical thinker:

  • Raises vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely;
  • Gathers and assesses relevant information, using abstract ideas to interpret it effectively;
  • Comes to well-reasoned conclusion and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards;
  • Thinks open-mindedly within alternative systems of thought, recognizing and assessing, as need be, their assumptions, implications, and practice consequences; and,
  • Communicates effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems.

This workshop will deepen the understanding of the nature and role of moral concepts, based on the therapeutic goal that ethical dilemmas are not resolved by a set of answers provided by another, but through acquisition of a set of skills that enable the individual to arrive at workable answers and decisions with integrity and meaning.

 

Training Objectives:

  1. Participants will review theories and principles of moral reasoning and demonstrate methods for applying critical thinking to ethical dilemmas
  2. Participants will speak to the sociological and psychological presentation of contempt, polarization, and fragmentation and its systemic impact on an individual’s quality of life
  3. Participants will apply how moral theories and considered judgments are integral in counseling case analysis and intervention

Price: $135. Click here to register.

 

April 7, 2020: Adventure in Business - Team Building Open House Event

Date(s): April, 7, 2020 

  

Time: 8:30 to 4:30 

Location1030 Fayetteville Road SE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30316       

Facilitator: Cindy Simpson M.Ed. & Rob Collins, LMSW 

Training DescriptionCHRIS 180 is launching its Adventure in Business/ Team Building program that focuses on the construction of integrated teams to drive results and adapt with ever-changing markets. We accomplish this through a series of targeted assessments, practical solutions, and a custom training.  

Join us as we share the most recent research with the tried and true methods to build teams that that are both effective and flexible. We’ll review our assessments, how we measure an integrated team, and teach you how to start building your own effective teams 

Cost: $20. Click here to pay. 

 

 

April 9 & 10, 2020: Comprehensive Child and Family Assessments ADVANCED

Date(s): April 9 & 10, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (5.5 hour instruction time)

Day 2: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (5 hour instruction time)

 

Location: 1030 Fayetteville Road SE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30316

Facilitator: Yvonne Davis, LMSW and Diana Cortina-Rodriguez, LMFT

Cost: $190. Click here to register.

 

Training Description: Day One of this training is designed to provide CCFA Assessors with a detailed description of the essential elements of the Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment. It will include an overview of the key parts of the CCFA, the major milestones in the 25-day process, and the specific components that create the final product. The material covered is an indispensable tool for those agency personnel recently approved or in the process of being approved by the state of Georgia to add to their assessment toolbox.

Day Two is designed to provide CCFA Assessors with training to assist when encountering reluctant or resistant families with current DFCS involvement.  It will include an overview of different types of resistance often seen by professionals, key reasons for reluctance in participation, and demonstrate ways assessors can bring the gap between family and department needs in creation of a strengths-based service plan. This course will bring to light barriers experienced by professions when engaging families involved with DFCS and how barriers affect the CCFA process.  Assessors will learn their professional responsibility and ways to create family interest in creation of their service plan using effective evidenced based clinical interventions.   Each day of this two day workshop, is designed to provide participants with practical and focused information to increase their confidence and competence with completing a quality CCFA.

Main Training Objectives:

  • Participants will obtain a complete overview of the purpose of the CCFA and practice completing key sections (i.e. The Family Assessment, Recommendations, Genogram, Form 419, Strengths/Needs Statements, etc.)
  • Participants will learn ways to build a bridge between family and professional interest to create a comprehensive family assessment and practice interviewing techniques to engage difficult individuals.
  • Participants will be able to explain how the four processes and OARS skills of Motivational Interviewing (MI) can impact client interviews
April 20, 2020: Trauma STARs: Understanding Trauma and Trauma Informed Practice

Date(s): April 20, 2020

Time: 8:45am – 12:00pm (3 hour instruction time) 

LocationCHRIS Training Institute, 1030 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA. 30316 

Facilitator: Rita Mathis, LCSW 

  

Training Description 

This workshop provides training participants with an understanding of how trauma impacts children, families, adults, caregivers and providers. The content will aid in an increased understanding of trauma, implications of complex trauma exposure, address child traumatic stress and secondary trauma with professionals and caregivers, and considerations for practical approaches that can be used to enhance interactions and engagement with youth that have been exposed to trauma. This workshop will aid in helping participants identify trauma informed integration strategies that can be applied to their work settings. Finally the workshop will address the creation of a trauma-informed practice through Trauma STARs (Safety. Trustworthiness. Awareness. Relationship Driven) model of integration. 

Training Objectives: 

  • The participant will understand the impact of trauma and understand trauma research.  
  • The participant will understand the trauma informed practice framework and guiding principles to providing trauma informed care.  
  • Participants will learn the trauma informed integration strategies that can be applied to their work settings 

 

Cost: $150. Click here to register. 

 

April 30 - May 1, 2020: Trauma: Impact, Assessment and Diagnosis

CEU Eligible:  10 Core Hours (GSCSW & LPCA)

 

Date(s):

  • April 30th & May 1st, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 9am – 4:30pm

Day 2: 9am – 3pm

Total of 10 hour instruction time

 

Location: 1017 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316

 

Facilitator: Jennifer Packard, LCSW

 

Training Description:

The purpose of this training is to provide professionals with a comprehensive understanding of trauma and the impact of child and adolescent trauma/complex trauma on multiple domains (Neurobiology, Physiology, Attachment, Affect Regulation, Behavioral Control, Cognition, Memory, Dissociation and Self Concept.) Participants will learn and/or review DSM 5 Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders. Participants will gain the knowledge, skills, and values needed to provide comprehensive trauma assessments and build competency in completing the trauma assessment component of the Comprehensive Child and Family Assessments (CCFA).  Participants will be trained to use UCLA PTSD RI, CATS (Child and Adolescent Trauma Screening), Life Events Checklist (LEC) and PTSD Checklist (PC-L) assessment tools, complete a written report of assessment, and make recommendations.  The training participant will be provided a two-day in-person training.

Training Objectives:

To gain/review knowledge:

  • Mental health definition of trauma and the different types of trauma.
  • How various types of trauma impact children and adolescents.
  • Complex trauma and the ongoing impact of complex trauma.
  • Biological and neurological consequences of trauma.
  • Impact of trauma on attachment
  • Distinguish between appropriate sexual exploration and development versus sexual behavior problems
  • PTSD DSM-V Criteria including the criterion for avoidance, hyperarousal, and reexperiencing
  • Instruments for trauma and PTSD assessment
  • Expertise in completing the UCLA PTSD RI Assessment and CPSS Assessment tools using video, vignettes and case examples.
  • Expertise in how to write up a trauma assessment.

 

 

Cost: $250. Click to register.

May 7: Mental Health Ethics in a Culture of Contempt: Revisiting Moral Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Date(s):

  • March 27th, 2020
  • May 7th, 2020
  • August 14th, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 8:30am to 4:00pm

 

Location: 1030 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316

 

Facilitator: Jackson Rainer, Ph.D., ABPP

 

Training Description:

It is human nature to think.  In this politically charged time characterized by polarization and fragmentation,  and outrage and abuse, personal decisions are made more on emotionality and impulse than a thoughtful consideration of data, truth, intent, and impact.  A well cultivated critical thinker:

  • Raises vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely;
  • Gathers and assesses relevant information, using abstract ideas to interpret it effectively;
  • Comes to well-reasoned conclusion and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards;
  • Thinks open-mindedly within alternative systems of thought, recognizing and assessing, as need be, their assumptions, implications, and practice consequences; and,
  • Communicates effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems.

This workshop will deepen the understanding of the nature and role of moral concepts, based on the therapeutic goal that ethical dilemmas are not resolved by a set of answers provided by another, but through acquisition of a set of skills that enable the individual to arrive at workable answers and decisions with integrity and meaning.

 

Training Objectives:

  1. Participants will review theories and principles of moral reasoning and demonstrate methods for applying critical thinking to ethical dilemmas
  2. Participants will speak to the sociological and psychological presentation of contempt, polarization, and fragmentation and its systemic impact on an individual’s quality of life
  3. Participants will apply how moral theories and considered judgments are integral in counseling case analysis and intervention

Price: $135. Click here to register.

 

August 14: Mental Health Ethics in a Culture of Contempt: Revisiting Moral Reasoning and Critical Thinking

Date(s):

  • March 27th, 2020
  • May 7th, 2020
  • August 14th, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 8:30am to 4:00pm

 

Location: 1030 Fayetteville Road, Atlanta, GA 30316

 

Facilitator: Jackson Rainer, Ph.D., ABPP

 

Training Description:

It is human nature to think.  In this politically charged time characterized by polarization and fragmentation,  and outrage and abuse, personal decisions are made more on emotionality and impulse than a thoughtful consideration of data, truth, intent, and impact.  A well cultivated critical thinker:

  • Raises vital questions and problems, formulating them clearly and precisely;
  • Gathers and assesses relevant information, using abstract ideas to interpret it effectively;
  • Comes to well-reasoned conclusion and solutions, testing them against relevant criteria and standards;
  • Thinks open-mindedly within alternative systems of thought, recognizing and assessing, as need be, their assumptions, implications, and practice consequences; and,
  • Communicates effectively with others in figuring out solutions to complex problems.

This workshop will deepen the understanding of the nature and role of moral concepts, based on the therapeutic goal that ethical dilemmas are not resolved by a set of answers provided by another, but through acquisition of a set of skills that enable the individual to arrive at workable answers and decisions with integrity and meaning.

 

Training Objectives:

  1. Participants will review theories and principles of moral reasoning and demonstrate methods for applying critical thinking to ethical dilemmas
  2. Participants will speak to the sociological and psychological presentation of contempt, polarization, and fragmentation and its systemic impact on an individual’s quality of life
  3. Participants will apply how moral theories and considered judgments are integral in counseling case analysis and intervention

Price: $135. Click here to register.

 

October 15 & 16, 2020: Comprehensive Child and Family Assessments ADVANCED

Date(s): October 15 & 16, 2020

 

Time:

Day 1: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (5.5 hour instruction time)

Day 2: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm (5 hour instruction time)

 

Location: 1030 Fayetteville Road SE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30316

Facilitator: Yvonne Davis, LMSW and Diana Cortina-Rodriguez, LMFT

Cost: $190. Click here to register.

 

Training Description: Day One of this training is designed to provide CCFA Assessors with a detailed description of the essential elements of the Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment. It will include an overview of the key parts of the CCFA, the major milestones in the 25-day process, and the specific components that create the final product. The material covered is an indispensable tool for those agency personnel recently approved or in the process of being approved by the state of Georgia to add to their assessment toolbox.

Day Two is designed to provide CCFA Assessors with training to assist when encountering reluctant or resistant families with current DFCS involvement.  It will include an overview of different types of resistance often seen by professionals, key reasons for reluctance in participation, and demonstrate ways assessors can bring the gap between family and department needs in creation of a strengths-based service plan. This course will bring to light barriers experienced by professions when engaging families involved with DFCS and how barriers affect the CCFA process.  Assessors will learn their professional responsibility and ways to create family interest in creation of their service plan using effective evidenced based clinical interventions.   Each day of this two day workshop, is designed to provide participants with practical and focused information to increase their confidence and competence with completing a quality CCFA.

Main Training Objectives:

  • Participants will obtain a complete overview of the purpose of the CCFA and practice completing key sections (i.e. The Family Assessment, Recommendations, Genogram, Form 419, Strengths/Needs Statements, etc.)
  • Participants will learn ways to build a bridge between family and professional interest to create a comprehensive family assessment and practice interviewing techniques to engage difficult individuals.
  • Participants will be able to explain how the four processes and OARS skills of Motivational Interviewing (MI) can impact client interviews
OUR CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICY

Please plan to arrive early or on time for these events.

 

The CHRIS Training Institute’s policy for issuing continuing education credits is based upon State Law and guidelines set forth by the Georgia Composite Board which state that “participants must attend the entire presentation in order to receive continuing education credit.” If you are more than 15 minutes late in arriving for a seminar, you are welcome to remain for the balance of the presentation, but we will not be able to issue continuing education credits to you as a participant. This is according to agency regulations requiring attendance at the entire presentation in order for CEUs to be issued. This policy applies to early departures as well – if you leave more than 15 minutes early, we will not be able to issue CEUs for your participation.We instituted this policy to ensure that our accreditation to offer CEs is not put into jeopardy. We will also not be able to issue you a refund for the registration fee if you arrive late to the training as we already counted on your presence in planning for the seminar. It is our goal to continue to provide you with quality, reasonably priced opportunities to acquire credits needed for your license renewal.

 


CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY

  • Cancellations received up to 10 calendar days prior to class will be refunded 100% of the full training fee.
  • Cancellations 4-9 calendar days prior to class will be refunded 50% of the full training fee. As a courtesy, we will allow you to apply 50% of your payment toward a future CTI training course within one year of the cancellation date.
  • Cancellations 1-3 calendar days prior to class, and no-shows, are subject to payment for the full amount without future training credit.
  • Registrant substitutions may be made at any time.
  • Please note that if you do not cancel or do not attend, you are responsible for payment.

CANCELLATION OF COURSE BY CHRIS Training Institute (CTI)

  • CTI reserves the right to cancel or change a class at any time, including but not limited to, lack of participation, classroom, equipment or trainer availability.
  • Notification will be provided within 14 calendar days of the class, whenever possible.
  • Registrants will not be charged for the course.
  • CTI is not liable for any direct, or indirect, consequential or special damages that may be incurred due to a cancellation of a scheduled class, including, but not limited to, cancellation penalties for transportation or accommodations.
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