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Addictions Counselor Training

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This is a combination of multiple classes on Addictions Counselor Training for a total of 400 training hours in the 12 core areas. Courses are self paced, and participation in the forums and webcasts is encouraged. All texts are available online and some can be ordered for free from health.org. The courses in this category of Addictions Pre-Certification training are designed to aid you in gaining the training and knowledge you need to sit for the Certified Addictions Professional Test. It is STRONGLY recommended that you take your time and really study each and every course. Forums, discussion questions and activities from the books are suggested throughout. Although they do not impact your grade for the course, they will help you internalize the information for the test and really assist you in developing your professional identity as an Addictions Counselor. Per conversations with the Board in 2006, the courses we offer are acceptable for hours toward preparing you for your certification exam. Information is provided in good faith. It is always still your responsibility to verify that the courses will be accepted. All of our classes however are approved by NBCC and therefore, accepted by most licensure boards. Therefore, if you are licensed and seeking certification, you will likely be able to kill two birds with one stone. All CEUs offers over 400 hours of precertification addictions training in all domain focus areas. We are developing a 12 session face-to-face lecture series to assist you in preparing to become a Certified Addictions Counselor through your state, NAADAC or NBCC.

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Addictions Treatment for Adults in the Criminal Justice System: TIP 44

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Addictions Treatment for Adults in the Criminal Justice System meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. This TIP was developed to provide recommendations and best practice guidelines to counselors and administrators based on the research literature and the experience of seasoned treatment professionals. It covers the full range of criminal justice settings and all the phases through which an individual progresses in the criminal justice system. It addresses both clinical and programmatic areas of treatment in efforts to achieve the treatment objectives of recovery and a life in the community for everyone.

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Advocacy

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2 hour course to meet certain state requirements for addiction counselor precertification training.

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Alzheimers and Dementias

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Identify differences between the dementias; Accurately diagnose dementias based upon symptomatology and onset; Identify effective medications; Identify common problems of persons with dementia; Identify pharmacological interventions to deal with associated problems; Describe considerations when making patient placement/treatment decisions; Differentiate between effective and ineffective interventions for persons with dementia; List the symptoms common to the dementias; and Discuss the types of information and education the patient and family require.

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Assessment and Screening for Co-Occurring Disorders

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Based on Treatment Improvement Protocols 31 and 42, this course is presented in video, PowerPoint, and text which are all available free online. Course Objectives: Differentiate between the function of screening and assessment. Complete an accurate screening and assessment. Identify multiple sources of information for the assessment. Describe the purpose of the assessment. Identify types of questions for each area of the mental status exam. Describe the LOCUS and ASAM patient placement criteria. Accurately make a placement of a client using information from the assessment and LOCUS and/or ASAM. Identify characteristics of depression, anxiety and substance abuse disorders. Identify differences in assessment between age groups (adolescents, adults, elderly). Identify considerations to assess validity/reliability and usefulness of various objective testing instruments.

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Assisting Families Through Transitions

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are as follows. Understand the dynamic process of assisting families though expected and unexpected life events. Describe the Flower EmPower framework based on the best practice guideline process. Describe the comprehensive and perennial approach to best practices in the area of assisting families through transitions. Understand the process of sustaining a caring environment representing different interrelated components of promoting family health. Describe the core of the flower which represents the nurse-family partnership. Describe the four petals of the flower which represent assessing family need, sustaining a caring environment, identifying resources and support and educating and providing information. Describe the stem of the flower which symbolizes the advocacy activities and policy changes needed to ensure that the nursing activities that support and strengthen families can grow and flourish. Describe the leaves of the flower which represent vision, values and principles and are the source of a burgeoning model of Supporting and Strengthening Families. Describe the roots of the flower which symbolize how this best practice model is grounded in five axioms which are responsibility, resources, respect, results and recognition. Understand how the Supporting and Strengthening Families Flower flourishes under conditions where support is provided for implementation of best practices.

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Bipolar and Depression

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Differentially Diagnose Bipolar Disorder; Recognize general medical conditions and drugs that may mimic depression or mania; Understand the goals of psychiatric management of bipolar disorder; Identify bipolar patients at increased risk of suicide; Understand the link between bipolar disorder and substance abuse; Identify key areas of consideration when making a treatment placement decision; Learn about the areas which patients with bipolar disorder and their families may need education; Become familiar with the most common psychopharmacological interventions for bipolar disorder.

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Best Practices

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Identify the eight components for effective psychiatric management of borderline personality disorder; identify client characteristics which would necessitate partial hospitalization or brief or extended inpatient hospitalization; list the five components which should be included when establishing a clear treatment framework; list the four steps in responding to crises list five techniques for establishing and maintaining a therapeutic framework and alliance; list the characteristics of effective treatment plans for patients with borderline personality disorder; compare and contrast psychodynamic therapy and dialectical behavior therapy ; identify 10 features/goals for individual psychotherapeutic approaches; discuss the utilization of group, couples, and or family therapy with persons with borderline personality disorder; summarize pharmacological treatments for persons with borderline personality disorder; and identify the symptoms that can be targeted with pharmacotherapy.

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Case Management, Referral and Service Coordination

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This course is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, mp3 audio, and video all of which are available free online to download. Course content is developed from the following TIPs: Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Vocational Services, Treatment Improvement Protocol Series 38; Substance Abuse Treatment for Adults in the Criminal Justice System, Treatment Improvement Protocol Series 44; and Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment, Treatment Improvement Protocol Series 27. The learning objectives are: Apply criteria for receiving community services, including fee and funding structures; Access community agencies and service providers, and their mission, function, resources and quality of services offered; Identify service gaps and advocate for new resources; Identify managed care and other systems affecting the client; Use appropriate technology to access, collect, summarize and transmit and document data on client including assessment, reassessment, change and discharge data; Communicate respect and empathy for cultural and lifestyle differences; Demonstrate appropriate written and verbal communication; Establish trust and rapport with colleagues in the community; Assess level and intensity of client care needed; Interpret, prioritize, and use client information; Solicit comprehensive and accurate information from numerous sources including the client; Work with client to select the most appropriate treatment; Involve family and significant others in treatment planning; Advocate for client services; Establish appropriate boundaries with client and significant others; Deliver case presentations; Participate in interdisciplinary team building, negotiation, advocacy, conflict-resolution, problem solving, and mediation; Observe and identify problems that might impede progress; Obtain informed consent and necessary releases of information; Communicate with the client, family and significant others and with other service providers within the boundaries of existing confidentiality regulations; Establish and maintaining non-judgmental, respectful relationships with clients and other service providers; Apply the confidentiality regulations when communicating with agencies; Implement follow-up and aftercare protocols. Assess adherence to treatment plans; Apply treatment outcome measures; Maintain contact and collaborate with client, referral sources, and significant others; Engage client in the treatment process; Access information from referral sources.

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Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect: Indicators and Interventions

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Child and Elder Abuse and Neglect is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives include: Describe the Power and Control Wheel; Identify the consequences of domestic abuse on the primary and secondary victims; List the seven steps in initial abuse screening; Identify the benefits of universal screening for domestic violence; Be able to identify the “next” question to ask when there is identification of abuse; Identify how to respond when the woman says “no” but there is a suspicion of abuse; Identify factors that may prevent a child or elder from disclosing abuse; Identify the 4 things necessary in any documentation of abuse; Understand the laws relating to reporting domestic abuse in the United States.

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Clinical Supervision in Addictions and Mental Health Counseling

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Clinical Supervision in Addictions and Mental Health Counseling meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Define clinical supervision; Discuss the purpose of supervision; Delineate the differences between supervision and counseling; Identify ten principles for leadership in the new organizational structure; Identify agency stakeholders; Discuss what traits make an effective supervisor; Self-evaluate in order to be able to articulate answers to the following questions - How do I believe change occurs, What are the crucial variables in training and supervision, How do I measure success in supervision, How do I contribute to that success, What learning objectives do I have for supervision, What techniques will I apply to ensure learning objectives are met; Identify the layers present in models of supervision - Philosophical foundation, Descriptive dimensions, The supervisor’s and supervisee’s stage of development, Contextual factors including personal characteristics and setting/environment; Examine approaches to supervision including developmental, psychodynamic, the skills model, the systems model and the alcohol and drug abuse model; Examine unique characteristics of addictions; Discuss what is involved in establishing a supervisory relationship, including contracts, individual development plans, referrals; Discuss how to assess the learning environment in your supervision setting; Learn about limits and managing the supervisory workload; Identify multiple methods for observation and the unique strengths and weaknesses of each; Become familiar with the five types of supervisory intervention and methods for providing feedback; Identify the six core areas for counselor competencies; Identify several major sources of anxiety for supervisees and methods to assist them; Develop a list of solution-focused methods for assisting supervisees in overcoming roadblocks; Define burnout and methods for burnout prevention; Review Ethical and Legal Concerns including documentation of supervision and key boundary issues.

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Co-Occurring Disorders: Brief Interventions based on TIP 34

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Brief Interventions for Co-Occurring Disorders meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: differentiate brief interventions from traditional interventions; identify reasons for using brief interventions; identify barriers to increasing the use of brief treatments; evaluate recent inventions and therapies for their appropriateness with a given client or population; identify methods for evaluating the effectiveness of treatment methodologies used; identify the stages-of-change from the Prochaska and DiClemente model; define the acronym FRAMES; identify the five basic steps brief interventions use to incorporate FRAMES; identify the effective use of workbooks in brief therapy; identify ways brief interventions can be beneficial in substance abuse treatment settings; understand research findings regarding the effectiveness and appropriate use of brief interventions; identify the stages necessary for programs using brief therapy approaches; identify appropriate populations with which to use brief interventions; differentiate between Brief Cognitive-behavioral therapy, three strategic interaction on therapy, grief humanist annexes dental therapy, Brief psychodynamic therapy, Brief family therapy and time-limited group therapy; identify the principles of each of the aforementioned Brief therapeutic strategies; effectively match patients to the most effective Brief therapeutic strategy.

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Counseling Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders: TIP 42

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Counseling Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Identify the four key findings regarding co-occurring disorders; Identify one of the main challenges for working with homeless populations; Define the “No wrong door” policy; Explain the benefit of mutual self-help for people with COD; Discuss integrated care as a priority for people with severe and persistent mental illness; Define the National Registry of Effective Programs and Practices; Differentiate between substance dependence and substance abuse; Identify the different levels of service for persons with co-occurring disorders; Define the Quadrants of Care; Define the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care as it pertains to treating persons with co-occurring disorders; List the Six Guiding Principles in Treating Clients with COD; Identify ways to ensure Continuity of Care; Discuss ways to improve Substance Abuse Treatment Systems and Programs; List the be Six Areas of Intermediate-Level Competencies Needed for the Treatment of Persons with COD; Explain the concept of Burnout and effective interventions; Identify the Role of Assessment Tools; List the Twelve Steps in the Assessment Process; Identify ways to Manage Countertransference; Explain Key Techniques for Working with Clients Who Have COD; List the Guiding Principles of Motivational Interviewing; Define and describe Motivational Enhancement Approaches; Identify the four sessions in Four-Session Motivation-Based Intervention; Adapt CBT for Clients with COD; Define the concept of Grounding; Identify effective Relapse Prevention Techniques; Define Relapse; Define and explain Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT); Summarize SAMM Concepts and Skills; Facilitate Client Participation in Mutual Self-Help Groups; Define and describe Assertive Community Treatment; Compare of ACT and ICM; Summarize the recommendations for persons with substance abuse disorders and each of the most common mental health disorders.

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Counseling Theories

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This course is designed to inform you about current best practices. This CEU course is appropriate for Addictions Counselors and Certified Rehabilitation Counselors, CRCs, working in mental health, addictions or vocational rehabilitation settings as it provides an overview of the most common counseling theories. All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online.

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Crisis Intervention

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Crisis Intervention is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online.

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Crisis Intervention and Case Management

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This course covers principles of crisis intervention and case management designed to aid the clinician in ensuring comprehensive, continuous treatment. All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Crisis Intervention and Case Management meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online.

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Culture of Addiction

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on the Culture of Addiction meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Enhance viewers’ understanding of current trends as well as the negative behaviors that promote excessive alcohol and illicit drug use; Develop an understanding of the recovery culture and how it reflects the courage, positive language, shared values and behaviors that surround individuals striving to overcome substance use disorders.

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Depression in Primary Care: Keys to Diagnosis and Patient Communication

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FREE Web Workshop & Teleconference Save the Date: Nov 11 2008 7:00PM EST. David Baron, MSEd, DO and Jay Fawver, MD will lead you and other primary care professionals in this interactive Web Workshop that features a case-based discussion showing best practices for recognizing and treating depression. Find out about proven diagnostic tools for identifying depression, brainstorm sensitive approaches to communicating with your patients about their condition, and select treatments appropriate for patients of different ages and with individual sets of comorbid conditions. Convenient 45-minute format! To register for this event, go to www.pcp.cme-today.com/cd/cd0128/bb0582.htm. Presenting Faculty: David Baron, MSEd, DO and Jay Fawver, MD David Baron MSEd, DO Professor & Chair Temple University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry Philadelphia, PA Jay D. Fawver MD President and Medical Director, Fawver Wellness Clinic; President, Psychiatric Innovations, PC, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry,Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana

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Detoxification TIP 45

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Detoxification is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. Objectives for the learner are: Understand the history of detoxification services; Identify the guiding principles of detoxification and substance abuse treatment; Identify challenges to providing effective detoxification; Identify the role of various settings in the delivery of detoxification services; Address psychosocial and biomedical issues during detoxification; Implement strategies for engaging in retaining patients in detoxification; Identify special considerations for patients needing detoxification including cultural diversity, single parents with small children, and financial barriers; Identify clinician characteristics most important to the therapeutic alliance; Understand the proper use of each psychosocial and biomedical screening and assessment instrument; Identify the clinical symptoms of intoxication and withdrawal from the most common substances; Identify medical complications of overdose or withdrawal from the most common substances; Define social detoxification; Identify the basic steps for management of delirium and seizures during alcohol withdrawal; Identify the different methods used for detoxification from each of the different most commonly used substances; Identify special populations, such as pregnant women, and special issues they may face during detoxification; Identify the general principles of care for patients with co-occurring medical conditions; Identify the general principles of care for patients with co-occurring psychiatric conditions.

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Documentation

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Documentation is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Become familiar with all standard paperwork used in private practice and community mental health; Understand the importance of documentation as an ethical and legal record; Gain knowledge of the new standards set forth by HIPAA; Be able to accurately and thoroughly complete all forms; Be able to identify types of questions to solicit various information; Identify 5 sources of information to be used in an assessment; Become familiarized with the most common diagnoses and how to assess symptoms; Learn how assessment integrates with individualized treatment planning.

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Domestic Violence

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Domestic Violence is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives for this course are: Describe the Power and Control Wheel; Identify the consequences of domestic abuse on the primary and secondary victims; List the seven steps in initial abuse screening; Identify the benefits of universal screening for domestic violence; Be able to identify the “next” question to ask when there is identification of abuse; Identify how to respond when the woman says “no” but there is a suspicion of abuse; Identify factors that may prevent a woman from disclosing abuse; Identify the 4 things necessary in any documentation of abuse; Understand the laws relating to reporting domestic abuse in the United States.

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Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Domestic Violence and Partner Abuse is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Describe the Power and Control Wheel; Identify the consequences of domestic abuse on the primary and secondary victims; List the seven steps in initial abuse screening; Identify the benefits of universal screening for domestic violence; Be able to identify the “next” question to ask when there is identification of abuse; Identify how to respond when the woman says “no” but there is a suspicion of abuse; Identify factors that may prevent a woman from disclosing abuse; Identify the 4 things necessary in any documentation of abuse; Understand the laws relating to reporting domestic abuse in the United States.

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Eating Disorders: Best Practices

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Summarize the diagnostic character resident is for anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder; Summarize the most common psychotherapeutic interventions for each disorder; Describe the characteristics of clients with each of these disorders; Identify common psychological and medical disorders that co-occur with eating disorders; Describe how to place patients in any appropriate level of care; Identify psychological or physical symptoms in comment in eating disorders which may necessitate hospitalization; and Summarize the goals of treatment for persons with eating disorders.

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Elder Care: Special Topics

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All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Elder Care meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives include: Increased public awareness of the importance of mental health in the aging population; Removal of stigmas for those seeking mental health services; Increased access to quality mental health care for the elderly; and Promotion of healthy aging strategies for all seniors, family caregivers, and others devoted to the overall health of our communities.

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Ethics and Professional Development

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This course uses a standard college Ethics textbook and the CRC Ethics code to provide you with the necessary training. This course has been preapproved by CRCC for 10 hours of ethics and 20 Hours of general continuing education. This CEU course is appropriate for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors, CRCs, working in mental health, addictions or vocational rehabilitation settings as it provides an overview of the current codes of ethics and ethical dilemmas. All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online.

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