Foundations of Supervision

The Foundations of Supervision introductory course is a six-credit-hour foundational course for clinical supervisors. The course is broken up into six individual models that address the myriad aspects of supervision training: the basics of supervision, characteristics of quality supervisors, administrative expectations of supervisors, models of supervision, therapist development, and supervision challenges. The Foundations of Supervision course provides an understanding of the process of supervision, the expectations of supervisors, and a deeper understanding of the supervision process.

 Sponsor:  APA, NBCC    6 Hours       159      Online

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Helping Clients with Chronic and Life-Threatening Illness

This course provides an overview of how to approach couples and families in which one member has been diagnosed with a severe illness. The course covers three theoretical frameworks that can be applied to conceptualization of clinical treatment. Additional factors such as culture and psychosocial implications are presented to equip participants with information for a social justice and cultural competence approach to working with this population. This course can benefit all mental health professionals, including Medical Social Workers and Medical Family Therapists.

 Sponsor:  APA     3 Hours       $75     Online

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Inclusive Leadership

This course will help you build skills associated with inclusive leadership. You will learn to identify behaviors associated with inclusive leadership, describe and identify intrapersonal and interpersonal strategies associated with inclusive leadership, and explore ways to build inclusive organizations by using the inclusive excellence framework.

 Sponsor: HRCI       4 Hours       $100     Online

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Law and Ethics in Clinical Supervision: Combined

This introductory course will provide clinical supervision training and will highlight the ethical responsibilities of a clinical supervisor. Through this course you will enhance your knowledge regarding the role of a clinical supervisor, cultural competence, legal and ethical issues, and supervision contracts. This course fulfills the licensure requirements for six hours of continuing education in supervision and ethics.

 Sponsors:  APA, NBCC    6 Hours       159     Online

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Leading Virtual Teams

This course is focused on the development of key skills needed in leading virtual teams to support the success of virtual organizations. Through multimedia and interactive exercises you will be introduced to concepts associated with leadership and team dynamics and how they can be more challenging in a virtual environment. Through this course, experienced professionals and entry-level candidates will begin to build knowledge in diverse areas such as characteristics of virtual teams, effective leadership styles for virtual teams, authentic leadership, virtual coaching, and challenges and best practices in each of these areas. This course serves as an effective foundation to build upon as you continue developing skills through professional development.

 Sponsor:  HRCI     2 Hours       $50     Online

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Master School Nurse and COVID-19

This continuing education course will focus on support and preparation for the return of students to school during the COVID-19 pandemic. The target audience for this learning activity is school nurses, nurses, school administrators, teachers, parents, corporations, communities, and government officials.

 Sponsor:  BRN     2 Hours       FREE     Online

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Men's Health: Preventative Strategies to Improve and Sustain Health and Wellness in African American Men

This continuing education course will focus on the benefit of preventative health care for African American men. The target audience for this learning activity is nurses and other health care professionals. The information in the course is presented in three modules that include a self-assessment at the conclusion of each module. Each module requires critical thinking and real-world application of evidence-based research, guidelines, and preventive health recommendations.

 Sponsor:  BRN     1 Hour       FREE     Online

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Modeling Social and Emotional Intelligence for Children and Adolescents

Even before the pandemic, there was an obvious need for helping children and adolescents develop effective social emotional skills and dispositions. Since the pandemic, a resounding call for Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has continued to echo in homes, classrooms, and child-centered programs. This course is based on the premise that by improving our own social and emotional intelligence we are better able to model this for the young people in our lives. Our interactions at school, at home, or in our communities are seen, heard, and observed by children and adolescents. When we model self-care, compassion for others, and prosocial behaviors, children and adolescents learn to do the same. Enjoy this introductory course designed to help you enhance and model social emotional intelligence!

 Sponsor:       1 Hour       $20     Online

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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

This introductory course offers self-care ideas and strategies for engaging in self-care in the unique context of the COVID-19 pandemic and other stressors that have occurred alongside it. Students will learn about how current events have heightened the risk for healthcare and mental health providers to experience compassion fatigue and ambiguous loss, warranting the need for unique considerations for self-care. The information, strategies, and self-care ideas covered in this course will support mental health providers in ensuring their practice during this unique time continues to be ethical.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    1 Hour       FREE       Online

 

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