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Ethical Practice in Social Work
This course fulfills the 3 hour requirement for Ethics.
Taking Care of Yourself While Helping Others (Preventing Burnout and Compassion Fatigue)
Mental Health and the Aging Population
Medication Management of Opioid Dependence
The Heroin Abuse Epidemic in America: Identification, Treatment and Prevention
The Epidemic of Illicit Drug Use: Prescription Medication and Street Drugs
Working with Your Client's School
Telemental Health Service for Social Work, Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy Practice
Technology has changed the delivery of services in all health-care professions and social work, counseling, and marriage and family therapy are no exceptions. Delivering these services using media-assisted communication technology, termed telemental health (TMH), carries many benefits for clients and promising innovations for the delivery of mental health care. However, the practitioner who plans to integrate technology-based services needs to identify and manage the challenges that TMH presents, which are discussed in this course.
Suicide Assessment and Prevention for Health Professionals
Mental Health Treatment for Persons with Substance Abuse Issues and HIV/AIDS
Professional Ethics and Boundaries
Prescription Drug Abuse: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment
LGBTQQI: Understanding the Acronyms
Juvenile Gang Affiliation: Etiology and Intervention
Intimate Partner and Domestic Violence
Internet Addiction to Cybersex and Gambling: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment
Informing and Supporting Parents and Other Caregivers When Their Child Has Been Sexually Abused
Mental Health Disorders: Diagnosis and Treatment for Social Work Practice
Mindfulness and Mental Health
Identifying and Promoting Healthy Mental Health Workplaces
The Returning U.S. Veteran of Modern War: Background Issues, Assessment and Treatment
Understanding Fetal Alcohol Syndrome and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Understanding Enabling Behavior and How to Address It
Understanding Asperger Syndrome
Understanding Adolescent Suicide for Mental Health Practitioners
Trauma-Informed Care for Older Adults
While much has been written about trauma-informed practice, little has focused on developing such a practice for older adult clients. Although many clinicians are aware of the pervasiveness of trauma in their younger clients, they are often unaware that the after-effects of trauma not only remain present with older adults but sometimes actually worsen. In addition, even for clients who have never been formally diagnosed with PTSD, certain things may trigger past trauma, and this too can happen more with older adults. Some clinicians shy away from doing trauma work with older adults, believing they may be too fragile, while others may be too quick to misdiagnose their clients or perceive them as non-compliant instead of recognizing their responses as being a result of their history.
The Use of the Internet in Therapy: Guidelines and Best Practices
Withdrawal Management and Substance Use Treatment Fundamentals
Motivation in the Workplace
Violence in the Schools: Prevalence, Impact and Solutions
Using Personality Types to Improve Work with Clients
Understanding Neurotransmission and the Disease of Addiction
Post-Therapy on Disasters
Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Treatment and Best Practices
Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI): Etiology, Treatment and Prevention of Cutting
Narcissistic Personality Disorder: Has It Become an Epidemic?
Improving Employee Retention in the Workplace
The Impact of Unhealthy Relationships
Elderly Mental Health: Depression and Dementia
Complicated Grief: When Grieving Becomes a Mental Health Issue
Counseling Supervision: Responsibilities and Considerations
Cultural Competence in Mental Health Practice
Cultural Competence in Mental Health Practice: Principles, Preparation and Priorities
DSM-5-Overview: What You Need to Know
Clearing the Air about Medical Marijuana: Research Conclusions for Treatment
Fundamentals of Neurobiology and Brain Science for Social Workers
Ethics in Social Work and Counseling and HIPAA Privacy Rules
Ethics and Boundaries
Ended Beginnings: The Psychological Impact of Pregnancy Loss
Early Attachment Theory: Research and Clinical Applications
Eating Disorders in Children and Adults
Elderly Abuse in America: Prevalence, Etiology and Prevention
Clinical Mental Health Supervision
Chronic Illness and Depression
Identifying and Addressing Cyber Bullying
Adolescent Bullying and Depression
Human Trafficking in the United States: Modern-Day Slavery
Mental health professionals are on the front lines of the fight against human trafficking. Social workers, mental health counselors, and other professionals in the mental health and helping professions must be alert to the often-overlooked signs of trafficking in their clients. This course is designed to provide a sensitive review of the issue of abuse in human trafficking and how it affects victims and their families. This modern slavery issue has been gaining ground, and the silent victims are in critical need of care and interventions.