Professional Counselors Continuing Education 2019 - 16 hours

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Ethical Practice for Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Counseling

Mental health professionals today face many complex ethical considerations related to a host of factors: increasing client diversity, new methods of providing services including distance counseling and therapy, new forms of digital technology, as well as the use of social media. The dynamics of a complex modern practice require counselors and therapists to reconsider issues of confidentiality, informed consent, multiple relationships, patient privacy, and records security. The practitioner must keep pace with revised ethical standards of practice and the needs of an increasingly diverse population. A working knowledge and daily application of revised ethical guidelines is required of all mental health counselors, therapists, and staff to provide the highest level of service to their clients.

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Adolescent Bullying and Depression
Explain the unique aspects of brain growth during adolescence that contribute to bullying, identify youth bullying populations and bullying behaviors, discover how depression is tied to adolescent bullying and explain prevention and intervention methods with youth, parents and schools.
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Prescription Drug Abuse: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment
Identify the most abused classes of prescription drugs, assess symptoms of opioid, CNS depressant and stimulant drug abuse, describe the effects of the three classes of drugs on the central nervous system and explain strategies for the prevention of prescription drug abuse.
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Understanding Enabling Behavior and How to Address It
What is enabling behavior, summarize the elements of this behavior and current strategies related to behavior change, Explain techniques to address and stop enabling behavior and identify the elements of confrontation and explain how to use them.