GOOD SHEPHERD SERVICES

The Human Services Workshops Calendar

Below please find our current list of workshops organized by month.  Identify your selection(s) from the list below by workshop number and proceed to the online registration form.  Please be sure to review our Registration Information page for important details about the registration process.

 

#401 - INDIVUDAL AND COLLECTIVE TRAUMATIC REENACTMENT: TRANSFORMATION TO HEALING

 Center for Trauma-Informed Practice

Trauma can be reenacted in the workplace in a number of ways, and on a number of levels. A reenactment can occur between a staff person and the participant with who s/he works. Beyond the individual or dyadic reenactment, there are group reenactments such as the parallel process and collective disturbance. In this highly interactive workshop, we will review the trauma reenactment triangle, as well as the healing triangle. We will review the need for addressing, rather than engaging in, forms of reenactment if the program wants to provide care that is minimally re-traumatizing. We will also review the group forms of reenactment. Finally, we will review how to indentify, address and ameliorate the effects of these different forms of reenactment.

  • Thursday, January 29, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Professionals in the Human Services Workforce
  • Instructor(s): Brice Moss, LCSW-R, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services, Mayra Lopez, LMSW, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services

#403 - AN INTRODUCTION TO WORKING WITH FAMILIES

This training provides an introduction to the fundamentals of clinical practice with families. Participants will learn how to conceptualize the family as a system paying close attention to relational dynamics and patterns of interaction.  This will help workers reframe and broaden their understanding of the problems many families experience. Participants will learn the basic interviewing skills necessary for working with families as well as techniques for addressing issues including parent-child conflict, school problems, and communication impasses. The training will place an emphasis on how social locators such as race, gender identity, immigration status, and culture exert an influence on family relationships and the worker-client relationship.

  • Friday, January 30, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Social Workers and Counselors Working with Families
  • Instructor(s): Walter, Vega, LCSW/Private Practice

#77 - IDENTIFICATION AND REPORTING OF CHILD ABUSE AND MALTREATMENT

 CASAC Renewal

This half-day workshop is designed to help social workers and caseworkers identify signs and indicators of child abuse and maltreatment. Participants will be able to identify indicators of child abuse and maltreatment, articulate the basis for culturally sensitive interventions, distinguish maltreatment from non-maltreatment and identify cultural stressors that can lead to possible maltreatment. This workshop is approved by the NYS Dept. of Education and offered under Provider # 70558.

Participants completing this workshop will receive a certificate of completion which satisfies CASAC/CPP/CPS credentialing renewal requirements.

 

  • Monday, February 02, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Vernon Dietz, LCSW/Trainer/Consultant/Private Practice

#379 - DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: IS IT RELATIONSHIP CONFLICT OR RELATIONSHIP ABUSE? DIFFERENTIAL ASSESSMENT AND RESPONSE

Relationships where there is domestic/intimate partner abuse are different in some key ways from relationships where there is high conflict and volatility.  Both kinds of relationships may be unhealthy and even dangerous, but differentiating between the two is important. Power dynamics, patterns, and coping skills used within these relationships are different, and therefore our responses to these relationships as providers must also differentiate. How do we know which is which? What are the differences? How do we make an assessment, and how does that assessment impact our response and intervention? This workshop will compare healthy, high-conflict, and abusive relationships along several key areas of assessment. Several tools will be introduced, and options for intervention and response will be explored in order to promote safety and best practice.  

  • Thursday, February 05, 2015
  • 9:30A.M. to 4:30P.M.
  • Geared to: Those that work with Youth and Young Adults, including, Supervisors, Program Directors, Therapists, and other Human Services Workers
  • Instructor(s): Catherine Hodes, LCSW, Safe Homes Project, Good Shepherd Services

#404 - UNDERSTANDING OURSELVES IN ORDER TO BETTER UNDERSTAND OUR CLIENTS

As human service practitioners, the gist of our work is around helping our clients work through problems, address life's challenges and enhance their well-being. But unlike many other professions, we are the instruments of our work. As a result it is critical that we are self-aware and that we model wellness for ourselves and our clients. This workshop will focus on ways to become more self-aware so that we can work with our clients from a place of emotional wellness, self-awareness and self-actualization. Specifically, this workshop will cover:  The Johari Window: A Model for Self-Awareness, Personal Development and Relationships With Self and Others; Understanding How Unmet Emotional Needs Drive Human Behavior; Dealing With The Stuff That Trips Us Up: How Childhood Wounds Keep Us Wounded Unless We Do The Work of Healing; The Fallacy of "Getting Over It," You Might Not Get Over It, But You Can Move Forward While Glancing Back; Understanding The Power of Hope, Motivation and Resilience.

  • Friday, February 06, 2015
  • 9:30A.M. to 4:30P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Cassandra Mack, MSW/President, Strategies for Empowered Living, Inc./Trainer/Consultant

#406 - KEEPING YOUR CENTER AND FINDING PEACE IN STRESSFUL ENVIRONMENTS

When we are overwhelmed by having too much to do and not enough time to do it we become stressed: a natural reaction to a seemingly impossible situation. During those times we lose our center. Our capacity to function diminishes as our psyche believes that we are in danger and goes into trauma response. In this workshop we will explore simple, quick techniques to return to a state of centeredness and balance. Most of the techniques we will explore are based on a variety of mindfulness practices and somatic grounding

  • Monday, February 09, 2015
  • 9:30A.M. to 4:30P.M.
  • Geared to: All Human Services Workers
  • Instructor(s): Monique Lang, LCSW-R, Private Practice NYC

#405 - TRANSFORMING MEETINGS: USING CIRCLE PRACTICE TO CREATE A LEADER IN EVERY CHAIR

In today's world we live with the paradox that meetings are the most important tool for working together and yet they can be the most unproductive and expensive strategy we use. Instead of "death by meeting", we can create a structure that encourages candor, courage and straightforward discussions that are inspiring, motivational and stirring. Imagine meetings that welcome diverse opinions, promote mutual understanding, discover inclusive solutions and shared responsibility. Using circle process encourages genuine contribution, creativity, inclusion and co-creation of a future in which there is more possibility than limitation, resulting in better outcomes in our work. We develop the capacity to deal with complexity, conflict, hurt and trauma.

  • Thursday, February 12, 2015
  • 9:30A.M. to 4:30P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff at all Level
  • Instructor(s): Nancy Fritsche Eagan, MSW/President, People Potential, Senior Facilitator Good Shepherd Services

#280 - POWER IN THE PEOPLE: STRENGTH-BASED COUNSELING SKILLS

The best outcomes are achieved by building upon the existing strengths of our clients. Sometimes we unintentionally cause clients to be dependent and take away their power; but there is power in all of us and we need to find creative ways to tap into the strengths that lie within our clients. This workshop goes beyond the rhetoric of strength based work and will help counselors to identify, explore and build upon client strengths for better program outcomes.

  • Friday, February 13, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Family Counselors and Youth Counselors with Little or No Experience Practicing Strength Based Counseling
  • Instructor(s): Crystal George-Moses, MSW, Adjunct Faculty, Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus/Consultant/Trainer

#279 - MANAGING DIFFICULT PERFORMANCE SITUATIONS

 CASAC Renewal

This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of how to manage difficult performance situations and address the obstacles hindering great staff performance. Participants will develop the skills to differentiate between the need for coaching versus the need for disciplinary action and learn how to hold effective conversations with team members. Exploration of setting and meeting goals with your staff will incorporate utilizing time frames and outline consequences. A model for giving and receiving feedback will also be included.

Participants completing this workshop will receive a certificate of completion which satisfies CASAC/CPP/CPS credentialing renewal requirements.

  • Monday, February 23, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Managers and Supervisors
  • Instructor(s): Karen Bernstein, LCSW-R, Adjunct Faculty NYU Silver School of Social Work/Consultant/Private Practice, and Mamie McIndoe, MEd/Consultant

#389 - CREATING TRAUMA-INFORMED SUPERVISORY PRACTICE: SUPERVISING TO PREVENT VICARIOUS TRAUMA AND TO MINDFULLY CREATE A POSITIVE PARALLEL PROCESS

Center for Trauma-Informed Practice 

This highly interactive workshop will review the ongoing effort at Good Shepherd Services to add trauma-informed supervision to trauma-informed care, and the social learning we have experienced along the way.  We will start with a review of what little information exists about supportive supervision in the literature, including an evidence based tool supervisors and agencies can use as a guide.  This workshop addresses how to use trauma-informed principals, concepts and tools in the supervisory practice and how to support staff’s resiliency and inoculate them against vicarious traumatization.

  • Tuesday, February 24, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Supervisors in Human Services Workforce, especially those working with a chronically stressed client population
  • Instructor(s): Brice Moss, LCSW-R, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services Mayra Lopez, LMSW, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services

#407 - AN INTRODUCTION TO: THE ART OF HOSTING CONVERSATIONS THAT MATTER IN HEALING TRAUMA

This one-day practicum introduces a way of working together that invites all voices into conversations that matter.  We engage in a way that activates the passion, wisdom and possibility in groups of people with diverse perspectives and skills.  We use participatory processes, such as Circle, World Cafe, Open Space and Appreciative Inquiry to heal trauma and to promote healthy and vibrant communities, organizations and families.  What emerges is a deeper learning, courage, inspiration and bold action

  • Friday, February 27, 2015
  • 9:30A.M. to 4:30P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff at all levels, Facilitators, Trainers, Supervisors and Managers, and Community Groups.
  • Instructor(s): Nancy Fritsche Eagan, MSW/President, People Potential, Senior Facilitator, Good Shepherd Services

#31 - PLAY THERAPY FOR THE VULNERABLE CHILD TRAUMATIZED BY LOSS AND SEPARATION

This workshop will provide participants with an overall view of the impact of loss and separation on the latency age child (6-11).  Participants will learn how to formulate assessments and identify risk factors through the use of play.  Experimental exercises and case material will be used to highlight play therapy techniques.

  • Wednesday, March 04, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Social Workers and Experienced Counselors Working with Children
  • Instructor(s): Josie Palleja, DSW/Trainer/Consultant

#91 - CUTTING: UNDERSTANDING SELF-ABUSIVE BEHAVIOR AS A DEFENSE IN TRAUMATIC RE-ENACTMENT AND HOW TO INTERVENE

By the close of this workshop, participants will be able to better understand how their clients have come to use cutting as a maladaptive coping mechanism and what it is that they get from this behavior in terms of helping themselves manage affect or re-experiencing traumatic events. Participants will learn how to contract with and talk to clients around changing this behavior to more adaptive and helpful coping skills. The goals for this workshop are to provide concrete intervention strategies and a context for understanding cutting behavior in terms of defensive coping.

  • Monday, March 09, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Social Workers, Workers in Residential Settings, as well as other Psychotherapy Providers
  • Instructor(s): Ellen Blaufox, LCSW/Social Work Supervisor for Trauma Services/Linden Hill Residential Treatment Facility – Jewish Board of Family and Children Services

#176 - SMART MOVES THAT SUCCESSFUL YOUTH WORKERS MAKE

An exciting, action-packed workshop adapted from the book, "Smart Moves That Successful Youth Workers Make" by Cassandra Mack. This workshop provides participants with a framework for effective youth practice. The workshop covers: the seven core competencies for effective youth work, the seven roles of the front-line service provider, common mistakes that youth workers make and how to maintain appropriate boundaries without losing your rapport with youth.

  • Tuesday, March 10, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Youth Service Providers
  • Instructor(s): Cassandra Mack, MSW President, Strategies for Empowered Living/Trainer/Consultant

#120 - GANGS & YOU

This multi-media presentation will be used as an educational tool to build awareness about gangs, the identifiers associated with them and proper intervention and prevention methods. The presentation will help social service professionals, case workers, and anyone involved with assisting families, understand the gang culture. Some aspects of the presentation will be: why kids join gangs, gang identifiers, body markings and tattoos, media influence, gang graffiti, and intervention and prevention.

 

  • Friday, March 13, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Ron "Cook" Barrett, Capital Region NY Gang Prevention Specialist

#370 - THE ART OF EFFECTIVE DELEGATION

CASAC

Delegation is one of the most important management skills. The art of effectively delegating enables you, the experienced or new supervisor/manager, to not take on or retain every task and to utilize and maximize all staff and resources available to you. This highly interactive workshop will teach you why, when and how to delegate with a focus on getting results that will help you reach your unit and organizations goals. You and your staff will also enjoy your jobs more!

Participants completing this workshop will receive a certificate eligible for CASAC/CPP/CPS/ Renewal credit only.

  • Tuesday, March 17, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Managers and Supervisors
  • Instructor(s): Mamie McIndoe, MEd/Consultant

#413 - CULTIVATING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET FOR HUMAN SERVICE PROFESSIONALS

This creative workshop helps the human services professional think like an entrepreneur using techniques highly prized by entrepreneurs such as recognizing opportunities, creative problem solving, minimizing risk and maximizing return with limited resources. In one full day session you will be motivated, reconnect with your passions and energized to act like and feel like an owner in your working day. Bring your open mind to brainstorming sessions and creative idea generation modules and learn creative problem solving and how to see possibilities and solutions and understand many perspectives. You will take your experience into your work and life every day, with the goal of seeking better outcomes for the people you work with and yourself.

  • Wednesday, March 18, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Human Services Workers
  • Instructor(s): Carrie McIndoe, Trainer, Consultant, Private Practice

#414 - ATTACHMENT, SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS, AND PARENTING: ADDRESSING INTERGENERATIONAL CHALLENGES

A caregiver’s ability to understand, or be attuned to, their infant’s non-verbal cues and provide consistent soothing and safety has served to ensure the survival of our species. Exploring the parent/child relationship as two sides of the same coin, allows us to utilize an intergenerational approach to helping children form secure attachments by teaching parents, who did not receive adequate parenting, how to read their infant’s cues and respond appropriately. We will learn to observe the parent/child interaction to identify secure, insecure and more problematic attachment styles. By acknowledging the need for trust, and the fact that insecurely attached individuals avoid seeking comfort from relationships, we can begin to understand substance use as a disorder of the attachment system. We will share our experiences of working with adults who have attachment and substance use disorder and interventions aimed at increasing the pleasure of parenting by teaching parents to understand and respond to their infants.

  • Monday, March 23, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Foster Care and Preventive Agency Workers, Child Welfare Specialists, Chemical Dependency and Mental Health Providers, as well as other Helping Professionals
  • Instructor(s): Monette Sachs, Ph.D., Consultant. Formerly the Director of Substance Abuse Policy and Planning for ACS

#415 - EMPATHY: WHAT WE SEE, WHAT WE HEAR, WHAT WE SAY

Why is it so hard to do the things we know we should do? Showing empathy to our colleagues and to our clients is the foundation of our work. Yet, we often are challenged by the behavior of others and as a result fall short of our own personal commitments. This course will help you to understand not only how to show empathy but also how to be aware of and rise above the challenges in your everyday work life. You will leave with tools and experience and a re-invigoration about why you have chosen to work in social services in spite of the many hurdles.

  • Wednesday, March 25, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Mamie McIndoe, MEd/Consultant & Karen Bernstein, LCSW-R/Adjunct Faculty, NYU Silver School of Social Work/Consultant/Private

#402 - TRAUMA-INFORMED CRISIS RESPONSE

 Center for Trauma-Informed Practice

This highly interactive workshop will demonstrate the need for a thoughtful, coordinated response to crisis that strikes within or that affects a program.  It will cover the required components of such a response, as dictated by an understanding of trauma, and how trauma can affect individual staff, teams, departments or even the agency as a whole.  Content will include information for line staff, for supervisors, for directors and for senior leadership in heightening their awareness to the need, and information on how to identify crisis, and how to respond in a way that maintains the emotional health and functionality of those affected by a crisis event.

  • Thursday, March 26, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Human Services Workers, especially Leaders, Supervisors and Managers
  • Instructor(s): Brice Moss, LCSW-R, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services, Mayra Lopez, LMSW, Director of Trauma-Informed Programming, Good Shepherd Services

#416 - ALIGNING PURPOSE, PRINCIPLES, AND PRACTICES IN OUR PROGRAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS

This workshop is a “clinic” for mission-driven organizations to reflect on the alignment of their mission, values, and services.  Inspired by the book, “Reinventing Organizations” by Frederic Laloux – we will sense into the “evolutionary” purpose of your organization, program or service and the principles that help to actualize this purpose. We will look at organizations and programs as complex living systems that evolve and adapt to tensions and natural change cycles. We will use reflective practices to explore questions such as: If trust is a core principle or value -- are our practices, policies and procedures consistent with trusting employees and/or program participants? What is the alignment between stated values and principles like open communication, strong relationships, compassion and teamwork – and the day-to-day practices in our organizations? Are our behaviors and practices in direct services and in supervision and management consistent with our principles and do they still serve the purpose of the program or organization? What level of self-management is possible in today’s human services organization? Join us for this “tune-up and alignment clinic” and come away inspired, committed and centered.

  • Wednesday, April 01, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Leaders, Supervisors, and Staff of Mission Driven Organizations
  • Instructor(s): Nancy Fritsche Eagan, MSW/President, People Potential, Senior Facilitator, Good Shepherd Services

#41 - OVERVIEW OF MENTAL DISORDERS AND RELATED MEDICATIONS

Designed primarily for service providers without formal mental health training, this educational workshop will provide an overview of mental disorders and their related categories, symptomology, and common medications. While the workshop content is NOT intended to bestow participants with professional diagnostic capabilities, case examples highlighting realistic expectations and effective responses will be discussed.

  • Wednesday, April 08, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Andrew Hamid, Ph.D., ACSW, CASAC/Adjunct Professor of Social Work, Columbia University

#417 - AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF HOSTING MEANINGFUL CONVERSATIONS IN PROGRAM EVALUATION AND DATA UTILIZATION

This highly experiential workshop will focus on how to use participatory practices to engage and transform your conversations around program outcomes. The Good Shepherd Services Program Evaluation and Planning Department has shifted its approach to participatory methods in discussing the logic model, data, compliance elements and planning for impact. We will use their real world experiences as a case study to share the application of the Art of Hosting (AoH) tools, skills and worldview. AoH is “an emerging set of practices for facilitating group conversations of all sizes, supported by principles that: maximize collective intelligence; welcome and listen to diverse viewpoints; maximize participation and civility; and transform conflict into creative cooperation.” Groups and organizations using the Art of Hosting as a working practice report better decision-making, more efficient and effective capacity building and greater ability to quickly respond to opportunity, challenge and change. People who experience the Art of Hosting typically say that they walk away feeling more empowered and able to help guide the meetings and conversations they are part of move towards more effective and desirable outcomes. We will practice how to generate powerful questions, create engaging agendas, host participatory conversations and use storytelling as a core tool in sharing data. 

  • Friday, April 10, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Program Evaluators, Researchers, Academics, Data analysts, Planners, and Program Directors and Leaders in Human Services
  • Instructor(s): Nancy Fritsche Eagan, MSW/President, People Potential, Senior Facilitator, Good Shepherd Services, Miranda Yates, Program Evaluation and Planning Director, Good Shepherd Services, Jenny Nix, Program Evaluation and Planning Deputy Director, Good Shepherd Services, and Laura Augustus, Evidence-Based Practice Manager Child Welfare, Good Shepherd Services

#150 - SUPERVISORY SKILLS FOR SOCIAL WORK SUPERVISORS

This workshop will focus on the how to’s of providing clinical supervision to workers. Also covered will be the roles and responsibilities of supervisors, the purpose of supervision, how to create a safe working and learning environment, ethical issues, how to teach cultural competency and how to conduct a positive and learning based evaluation. Participants should bring with them specific challenging scenarios that they encounter with supervisees that can be processed and addressed in class.

  • Tuesday, April 21, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: New Social Work Supervisors
  • Instructor(s): Karen Bernstein, LCSW-R/Adjunct Faculty, NYU Silver School of Social Work/Consultant/Private Practice

#208 - ENGAGING AND MOTIVATING ADOLESCENT DRUG USERS

CASAC

This workshop will provide participants with a framework for understanding and working effectively with young drug users who seem unwilling to address their drug use. Skill development exercises will focus on strategies for motivating and preparing drug-using adolescents for change. 

Participants completing this workshop will receive a certificate eligible for CASAC/CPP/CPS Renewal credit only. 

  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Andrew Hamid, PhD, ACSW, CASAC/Professor of Social Work, Columbia University

#418 - MANAGING UP: REACHING HIGHER, REACHING SMARTER

This workshop is specifically designing to teach attendees how to enhance their relationships with their managers. Attends will learn how to best communicate with senior administrators and colleagues and partner with them in ways that enhance their relationships and jobs. The workshop will also focus on how to understand the organizational goals and priorities so that attendees can prioritize, paraphrase, summarize and communicate to their bosses in the most effective manner. Attendees will leave the workshop with the skills to feel confident in communicating to their bosses in a new and improved manner.

  • Tuesday, April 28, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: All Staff
  • Instructor(s): Mamie McIndoe, MEd/Consultant & Karen Bernstein, LCSW-R/Adjunct Faculty, NYU Silver School of Social Work/Consultant/Private

#346 - BUILDING CHARACTER, SELF-ESTEEM, VALUES & LEADERSHIP SKILLS IN TEENS: SKILLS TO POSITION YOUTH FOR LIFE LONG SUCCESS

The teenage years are filled with a myriad of choices and challenges. As a youth service provider you have many opportunities to help teens stay on track and develop skills they can use for the rest of their lives. In this workshop adapted from the book, "Young, Gifted and Doing It: 52 Power Moves for Teens," by Cassandra Mack, participants will learn how to incorporate success principles and action steps into their existing services for teens. From goal setting and building character to developing a positive attitude and resisting negative peer pressure, the activities in this workshop are designed to assist service providers in helping teens build character, self-esteem, values and leadership skills.

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2015
  • 9:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
  • Geared to: Youth Service Providers
  • Instructor(s): Cassandra Mack, MSW/President, Strategies for Empowered Living, Inc./Trainer/Consultant

Workshop Locations

Unless otherwise noted, all workshops take place at: 

 

12 West 12th Street

New York, NY  10011

(near Fifth Avenue in the First Presbyterian Parish House)

 

T  212-243-7070, ext. 479

F  212-337-0060

E  HSW@goodshepherds.org

Fees

As of September 1, 2008 the following fees are in effect:


Half Day Training - $65

One Day Training - $125

Two Day Training - $250

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