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Counselor Resilience Under Fire webinar 2.0 CEs ($35.00)

In this 2 hour long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in November, 2021, for social work and other clinical professionals, Ruth Campbell, LCSW, Ph.D. and Richard Coleman, LMSW discuss the Resilience Ecological Stress Model and apply it to demonstrate how counselors can respond to crises or to long-term disability to enhance resilience of individuals and communities. Participants will be able to: . . .more

Couples Dynamics and Recovery webinar 2.0 CEs ($35.00)

In this 2 hour long intermediate to advanced level recorded webinar, created in December, 2021, for social work and other clinical professionals, Afua Forson, MD, LMFT outlines the neurological basis of attraction/attachment and the neurological basis of addiction/recovery. She discusses Behavioral Couples Therapy as an evidence based treatment for couples for whom substance use is a problem. 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. Participants will be able to: . . .more

Current Stresses on Immigrant Mental Health webinar 2.0 CEs ($35)

In this 2 hour long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in November, 2021 for social work and other clinical professionals, Dr. Smita Dewan, LMSW, Ph.D. LLB discusses the impact of immigration policies on the mental well-being of immigrants. Dr. Dewan focuses  on how immigration policies create stressors for individuals and families and have a direct impact on their mental well-being, with resulting negative mental health outcomes, including trauma, isolation and acculturation stress. Participants will be able to: . . .more

Immigration Mental Health Evaluation Primer webinar 1.25 CEs ($22.00)

In this 1.25 hour long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in February, 2019, and updated in 2022 with new references, George Ramos, LMHC, Ph.D. offers a primer for social work and mental health professionals who are conducting and writing immigration hardship evaluations. Participants will be able to: . . .more

Motivational Interviewing – An Introduction to the Basics webinar 2.0 CEs ($35.00)

In this 2 hour long beginning level recorded webinar, created in December, 2021 for social work and other clinical professionals, Tina Iler, LCSWR introduces the fundamentals of Motivational Interviewing (MI), a collaborative client centered approach that strengthens a person’s own motivation and commitment to change. Participants will be able to: . . .more

Motivational Interviewing Tune up: Change Talk webinar 1.5 CEs ($26.50)

In this 1.5 hour long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in March, 2019 for social work and other clinical professionals, and updated in 2022 with a new reading list and references, Tina Iler, LCSWR offers a closer look at Change Talk. Participants will learn to: . . .more

Motivational Interviewing Tune up: Effective Engagement webinar 1.5 CEs ($26.50)

In this 1.5 hour long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in October, 2018 for social work and other clinical professionals, and updated in 2022 with a new reading list and references, Tina Iler, LCSWR identifies and explores engagement skills as a vital component in the establishment of a collaborative and trusting working relationship with clients. Participants will learn to: . . . more

Screenings, Brief Interventions, Referrals to Treatment and Beyond! webinar 2.0 CEs ($35)

In this 2 hour long beginning to intermediate level webinar, created in late 2020 for social work and other clinical professionals, Ruth Campbell, LCSW, Ph.D. and Richard Coleman, LMSW 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. Participants will be able to : . . .more

Survivors of Domestic Violence webinar 2.0 CEs ($35)

This 2 hour-long beginning to intermediate level recorded webinar, created in October, 2021, for social work and other clinical professionals, informs and educates clinicians about gender violence. Survivor of gender violence can face significant emotional and psychological barriers following abuse. Allison Ross, LCSW, Ph.D. discusses the problem of gender violence and evidence-based trauma-informed treatment approaches that help survivors thrive. Participants will be able to: . . .more