Registration for any or all webinars
|EXPECT VALUE – BPTI has been offering continuing education since 1997
Live 2 CE Webinars presented on Saturdays (and one Friday) from October through early December, 2021
No refunds on Earlybird sales – each webinar date = $35
Ethics for the Counseling Professions webinar I&II – Sat. Oct. 2nd & 9th from 10-12 am
LIVE webinar presented by Tim Campbell, Ph.D. Bioethics – 4 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs.
Ethical values of autonomy, beneficence, and justice underpin all clinical actions. Dr. Campbell leads a case-centered discussion of ethical decision-making in areas of immigration issues, technology, and substance use disorders. Participants must attend both sessions to get credit.
Survivors of Domestic Violence: How Far We Came to Creating Safe Space – – Sat. Oct. 16th from 10-12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presented by Allison Ross, LCSW, Ph.D. Ass’t Clin. Director of Sanctuary for Families, NYC – 2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs for professional development hours only
Survivor of gender violence can face significant emotional and psychological barriers following abuse. Dr. Ross discusses the problem of gender violence and evidence-based trauma-informed treatment approaches that help survivors thrive.
Exploring the Ethical Obligations of Social Workers/Behavioral Health/Allied Health Professionals: Boundaries, Confidentiality and Mandated Reporting – Sat. Oct 23rd from 10 – 12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presented by Kathryn Krase, Ph.D., JD. LMSW. – 2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs for professional development hours only
This course brings real-world context to ethical concerns often experienced by professionals in practice. Through an exploration of boundaries, confidentiality and mandated reporters, this course will provide a framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm
Counselor Resilience Under Fire – Sat. Nov. 6 from 10 – 12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presented by Ruth Campbell, LCSW, Ph.D. & Richard Coleman, LMSW -2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs.
COVID has led to grief reactions in clients and stress and burn-out for counselors. How are counselors coping? What self-care strategies work well? Listen to a presentation that is meant to help you find ways to refresh your sense of well-being and nourish your inner self.
Current Stresses on Immigrant Mental Health: Immigration Policy Effects – – Sat. Nov 13th from 10 – 12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presentation by Smita Dewan, LMSW, Ph.D. LL.B – Assistant Professor at City Tech, CUNY – 2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs for professional development hours only
Dr. Dewan discussed the impact of immigration policies on the mental well-being of immigrants. She 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.
Motivational Interviewing: Introduction to the Basics – Sat. Nov. 20 from 10-12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presented by Tina Iler, LCSWR, BPTI SWCE Consultant for US/Canada – 2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs. This two-hour beginner level LIVE webinar for social work and other clinical professionals introduces the fundamentals of Motivational Interviewing (MI), a collaborative client centered approach that strengthens a person’s own motivation and commitment to change.
Dynamics of Couples in Recovery – Fri. Dec. 3rd from 10 – 12 am – 2 CEs
LIVE webinar presented by Afua Forson, MD, LMFT , BPTI President – 2 CEs for NYS SWers, LMHCs, CASACs
Dr. Forson outlines the Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) 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.