Real-Time 2020 November Webinar 2 CEs

BPTI is excited and pleased to announce our latest planned Real-Time webinars offered in 2020 for New York State SWers, LMHCs and CASACs.  All webinars will be two hours long and provide 2 CEs each. You will receive a link to the webinar a day before the training.

Couples Dynamics & Recovery
Fri. November 13, 10 am – 12 noon –  $30

REAL-TIME webinar presented by Afua Forson, M.D., MFT Assoc. 2 CEs on Friday, November 13 from 10 am to 12 noon. This 2 hour-long, beginning to intermediate level, webinar is a primer for counseling professionals who are working with couples. Forson outlines a behavioral and attachment-focused approach to assessing and counseling couples. She extends the discussion to those couples who may have a substance use disorder problem, describing 3 typical cases of couples in various stages of recovery and discussing effective interventions. Dr. Forson will be happy to answer questions during the webinar.

Ethics for the Counseling Professions – Sat. October 24, 10 am – 12 noon – 

Real-Time webinar presented by Tim Campbell, Ph.D. Bioethics – 2 CEs on Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 10 am to noon. This two-hour beginner – intermediate level webinar for social work and other clinical professionals covers ethical values which are the basis for ethical counselor practice, and ethical decision-making basics. Tim discusses information and ethical decision-making on a case-by-case basis in the areas of confidentiality, technological advances, immigration and addictions. Bibliography for course is available during the live presentation.

Screenings, Brief Interventions, Referrals and Beyond! – Sat. November 7, 10 am – 12 noon – usually $30, now $25 until 10/20

Real-Time webinar presented by Ruth Campbell, LCSW & Richard Coleman, LMSW – 2 CEs on Saturday, November 7, 2020 from 10 am – 12 noon. This 2 hour long beginning to intermediate level webinar for social work and other clinical professionals covers Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health Disorder prevention interventions. Campbell and Coleman discuss screenings, and brief interventions which can be made quickly to counter and improve SUD and MH symptoms. Additionally, they discuss how to decide when and whom to refer to further treatment. The latest information on prevalence of SUDs and MH disorders is the basis for this 2 hour webinar. Bibliography for course is available during the live presentation.