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Our Courses

We offer a variety of pre-recorded courses with approved credits.

Couples Dynamics
and Recovery

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Fifty percent of marriages end in divorce. This course discusses the biological basis of attraction, and evidence-based treatment for couples dealing with substance use problems.

Screenings, Brief Interventions, Referrals to Treatment, and Beyond!

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Rising overdose deaths make it imperative for counselors to diagnose substance use and mental health disorders quickly. This course demonstrates screenings and brief interventions to identify and counter SUD and MH symptoms.

Motivational Interviewing – An Introduction to the Basics

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Ambivalent about a life change? Motivational Interviewing techniques have been proven to be the best way to help clients resolve ambivalent feelings about change. This course demonstrates OARS skills, empathy and how to elicit Change Talk.

Motivational Interviewing Tune-up – Change Talk

1.75 CEs | $30

Move your client from ambivalence to action. This course discusses and demonstrates how to listen for and reinforce client Change Talk, using Motivational Interviewing techniques.

Ethics for the Counseling Professions Seminar

4.5 CEs | $79

Ethical decision-making is challenging, even for the most experienced counselor.  This course familiarizes clinicians with values underpinning ethical codes and with ethical decision-making skills, specifically Harms-Benefit Analysis instruction for cases featuring ethical conflicts.


2.25 CEs | $39.50

Medication or addictive drug? Both are facets of cannabis. This course discusses the history, usefulness, dangers, and treatment options for cannabis use. It also explores how legalization of cannabis has allowed the marijuana industry to change mental and physical health outcomes.

Counselor Resilience
Under Fire

2 CEs | $35

The Covid-19 pandemic brought unprecedented stresses to counselors. How do we cope? The Resilience Ecological Stress Model suggests how counselors can respond to enhance the resilience of individuals and communities.

Current Stresses on Immigrant Mental Health

2.25 CEs | $39.50

US policy changes create a difficult landscape for immigrants. This course explores immigrant expectations shaped by policy, and describes dilemmas that have resulted for immigrants because of policy change. Essential listening for those working with immigrants.

Exploring Ethical

2.5 CEs | $44

This course brings real-world context to ethical concerns experienced by counselors. This course provides a framework to make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm.

Motivational Interviewing Tune up – Effective Engagement

1.5 CEs | $27

Most clients are ambivalent about change. This course describes the Motivational Interviewing techniques that facilitate the all-important clinical engagement as a counselor collaborates with a client to accomplish change in the client’s life.

Immigration Mental Health Evaluation Primer

1.25 CEs | $22

Immigrants seeking to stay in the US often have significant mental health needs. Meeting those needs may demand an evaluation done by a qualified counselor. This course tells you what you need to know to perform such an evaluation.

Survivors of
Domestic Violence

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Creating safety takes patience, determination, and skill. This course discusses gender violence, the significant emotional and psychological barriers that survivors face, and evidence-based trauma-informed treatment approaches that help survivors thrive.

Essential Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Substance Use Disorders

2.75 CEs | $48

 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the most effective and frequently used techniques to facilitate client growth and change. Video roleplays of easy-to-use methods for substance-using clients will assist you to improve your skills.

Ethics for the Counseling Professions

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Ethical dilemmas in the counseling professions demand an understanding of ethical decision-making. Join Dr. Tim Campbell as he walks through harm/benefit analyses of cases in value conflicted situations in areas of client confidentiality, technology use by counselors, US immigration and substance use disorders.

Essential Motivational Interviewing for Substance Use Disorders

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Motivational Interviewing techniques are well-known for facilitating client engagement and change. Video roleplays of easy-to-use methods for substance-using clients will assist you to improve your skills.

Essential Co-Occurring Disorders for Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Clients with co-occurring mental health (MH) and substance use disorders (SUDs) are some of the most challenging clients to treat. Video roleplays of easy-to-use methods for these clients will assist you to improve your skills.

Behavioral Couples Therapy in the Management of Substance Use Disorders

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Join Dr. Afua Forson, MD, LMFT for a discussion of  Behavioral Couples Therapy as an effective evidence based model in promoting abstinence within the context of the couple relationship. The ultimate goal of this seminar is to educate the practitioner on how to effectively implement the systemic approach of BCT in the clinical setting

Understanding Implicit Bias – Reducing Barriers to Clinical Services

2.25 CEs | $39.50

Join Dr. Kathryn Krase for a discussion of how implicit and explicit bias affect physical and mental health care in America. Dr, Krase includes useful strategies for clinical professionals to reduce disparities in physical and mental healthcare access and delivery.

Effective Therapists – The What How and Why

2.5 CEs | $39.50

Join Tina Iler, LCSWR for an exploration of the puzzle pieces of successful therapy, looking at current and recent research findings, including how the COVID pandemic and virtual therapy has impacted the therapeutic alliance.

Using Attachment to Help Trauma Survivors

2.00 CEs | $35.00

Join Dr. Ruth Campbell and Richard Coleman, LMSW as they discuss how trauma challenges clients’ abilities AND how an attachment perspective provides a new avenue of approach to trauma treatment which has proved hopeful and helpful for both clinicians and clients.

Quality appreciated by many

About the CBT training – “Just a note to say thanks for working with me to get thru the technology challenges to access your training. Some of the best I’ve had in a while. After seeing how patient Richard was with his pretend clients, I found myself being a lot more empathetic! And the clients were a lot more “forthcoming” and more committed to therapy as a result!

LISW-CP – N.Carolina

About the Motivational Interviewing training, “It was very informative and I’ve been using this framework within my practice.” 

LCSW – Idaho

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