Restorative Discipline in K-12 Settings

A restorative approach to discipline supports Social Emotional Learning (SEL). From this perspective, educators view misbehavior as a normal part of life and an opportunity for teaching and learning. When undesirable behavior occurs, educators respond in ways that help students strengthen their social and emotional intelligence. This course is helpful for anyone interested in a restorative approach to discipline.

 Sponsor:       1 Hour       $20     Online

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Self-Care in the age of COVID 19

Students will learn about how current events have heightened the risk for mental health providers to experience compassion fatigue and ambiguous loss, warranting the need for unique considerations for self-care.

 Sponsor: NBCC    1 Hour       FREE       Online

 

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Supervision and Cultural Humility

The Supervision and Cultural Humility course designed increase your knowledge of cultural humility and how to build in cultural humility to your work with supervisees and their clients. This course will explore many facets of supervising clinicians from a cultural humility lens. The supervision and cultural humility course is designed for as a continuing education unit for supervisors in many clinical fields, including, but not limited to: social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, and counseling. This course is designed to be either an introductory course, a refresher course, or an intermediate course for supervision competencies and is asynchronous.

 Sponsor: NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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Telemental Health

Through this course participants will learn best practices for handling crises or challenging cases in telemental health and the importance of screening clients for appropriateness prior to engaging in telemental health. This training will provide overview of ethical and legal considerations in clinical work using online therapy services as a delivery modality.

 Sponsor: NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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Telesupervision

Participants will review specific technological requirements that need to be set in order to provide an effective online supervision, explore ethical and legal guidelines for telesupervision, and assess challenges and benefits of online supervision.

 Sponsor: NBCC    3 Hours       75       Online

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