Supervision and Cultural Humility

The Supervision and Cultural Humility introductory course is a three-credit-hour course designed to provide supervision training, as well as cultural humility training. This course will increase your knowledge of cultural humility and how to build cultural humility into 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 training is designed as a continuing education unit for supervisors in many clinical fields, including social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, and counseling. This course is asynchronous and designed to be an introductory course, a refresher course, or an intermediate course for supervision competencies.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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Ethical Situations and Supervision

The Ethical Situations in Supervision introductory course is designed to examine ethical scenarios that can play a role in our work as supervisors. We'll present scenarios, describe how supervisors handled them, and discuss the ethical responsibilities involved. This course will explore the many facets of being in tune with ethical responsibilities within the supervision relationship. This ethical training program is designed as a continuing education unit for supervisors in many clinical fields, including social work, clinical psychology, marriage and family therapy, and counseling. This course is asynchronous and designed to be an introductory course, a refresher course, or an intermediate course for supervision competencies.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       75      Online

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15 hour - Clinical Supervision Training

This low-cost bundle is comprised of four courses and encompasses 15 hours of clinical supervision training. The four courses are Foundation of Supervision (6 hours), Supervision and Cultural Humility (3 hours), Ethical Situations in Supervision (3 hours), and Telesupervision (3 hours). In this introductory series, participants will explore what it takes to be effective, review different models, examine cultural components, revisit ethical responsibilities, and refresh their distance-based skills. This asynchronous bundle will equip mental health professionals with necessary information for successful clinical supervision.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    15 Hours       75      Online

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15 Hour - Chemical Dependency

This 15 credit hour course covers important information designed to support the professionals working with individuals and families experiencing substance use disorder. The course is delivered using a series of educational presentations and case studies designed to illustrate various concepts. Topics include the etiology of addiction, screening, assessment, diagnosis, evidenced based practices and programs, as well as cultural issues in working with individuals and families with substance use disorders. Course materials will prepare participants with the basic concepts relevant to assessment and treatment of addiction. The course will help to resolve questions of what causes substance use disorder, what should be done, and how many options for treatment should be known and considered. This course provides information that will be valuable for individuals that have or are planning a career in the treatment of substance use disorder or work in parallel service fields and desire to gain additional knowledge. Those who have received training in this area may find this course helpful as a refresher or as opportunity to explore areas that may not have been previously covered in training.

 Sponsor:  APA, NBCC    15 Hours       315      Online

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6 hour - Teletherapy Training

This introductory two course package will cover the critical areas of Telemental health and Telesupervision for mental health professionals through six individual modules. Topics include the benefits and challenges of online therapy services, best practices when performing remotely, legal and ethical considerations, and techniques and strategies that contribute to the efficiency of telehealth as a delivery modality.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    6 Hours       100      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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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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Exploring Legal, Ethical, and Professional Aspects of Clinical Practice

Throughout this continuing education course, participants will receive clinical practice training, including updates and changes to ethical and legal expectations and mandates. This information will be covered throughout six modules and includes quizzes, concluding with a final exam to test your understanding of the material. Mental health professionals will have an opportunity to explore complex and particularly muddy ethical and legal issues. This will assist you in using your clinical judgment and competencies when deciding on ethical and legal courses of action. This online course is useful for currently licensed professionals and will be taught as an intermediate course as it exceeds the Board of Psychology’s ethics and law requirement and the Board of Behavioral Science’s mandated six-hour ethics and law update requirement.

 Sponsors:  APA, NBCC    6 Hours       159     Online

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Death and Dying - Facilitating the Transition

This introductory course will explore how to support dying individuals and their families. You will consider psychological aspects of death and dying and assess theories of grieving. You will be asked to reflect on your own attitudes about death and dying and examine a range of cultural attitudes around death. You will develop knowledge and strategies for how to support the transition to death.

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       $75     Online

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Cultural Competence and Diversity

This course will cover historical models of cultural diversity including cultural competence models, cultural sensitivity, and cultural humility. It will also provide an introduction to the current trends in research and practice related to new approaches to diversity. This course maintains a systemic foundation and will describe a model of socio-cultural attunement and third order change informed by McDowell, Bermudez, & Knudson-Martin (2019).

 Sponsor: APA, NBCC    3 Hours       $75     Online

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