Join Andrea Brognano, LMHC on a journey through addiction and recovery. Attendees will gain enhanced insight surrounding the intersections of Mental Health and Substance Use, effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a treatment modality, and a closer look at the role of clients’ family in the recovery process. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
Alexa Donnelly shares unique insights and perspectives in working with survivors of domestic violence as well the offenders. Participants will review warning signs, learn where to find resources, and examine the ethical considerations and nuances that often surround the complex dynamics where family, social, cultural, and legal systems meet. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours (Category 1 Ethics).
Get ready to learn from the unique perspective of Simplicity Expert, Professional Organizer, and “Simple Spaces” founder, Katie Tracy, MHRM. This live-interactive webinar will explore the most common causes of disorganization faced by individuals and families, the various underlying mental and emotional connections to our “stuff” and how to address them, an overview of resources available to help clients simplify their lives as well as living and working space. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
Join Clinical Social Worker and Certified Health Coach Kori Grillo as we explore the impact of gender in the the professional environment as well as the contemporary social context. Gain insight about shedding gender based anxiety and fear surrounding personal success, understanding each individual’s definition of personal success, and the modern complexities of negotiating multigenerational environments and systems where encounters with varying expectations surrounding gender roles are often brought to light. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
CE You! welcomes you to an evening with working therapist and breakthrough author in the understanding of Anorexia Nervosa, Steven Levenkron, LMHC. The author of four books, this live webinar is sure to bring new insights for practitioners around the areas commonly misunderstood about eating disorders and more. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
Therapist, Author and Lecturer Rev. Dr. Karen Herrick, PhD, LCSW, CADC brings a unique perspective to examining implications of the vagus nerve, repressed traumatic memories, the resulting immobilizing fear, as well as the exploration of spirituality in regard to holistic client needs assessment and as a mechanism for promoting healing. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
“Wow, it all was great!” – CL, Social Worker, DC
“This is so different than other CEU classes, Thank you!” – anon. DC
This CE You! Marathon Seminar includes three excellent classes (a total of 9 category I CEUs). You can attend all three classes or select individual classes. Includes evening Ethics class!
Meet “Allergic Girl”, therapist, author and advocate Sloane Miller. Examine how to live well while managing severe and life-threatening food allergies. Recognizing food as a common centerpiece of cultural and social norms, practitioners will increase awareness about the food allergic client’s experience and learn actionable tools to use immediately with food allergic clients in need of support. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
This CE You! Marathon Seminar in DC! Includes three excellent Ethics classes (get up to 9 CEUs in one day). Take a look at Ethical Issues that may arise when treating people of different religions, learn about the Positive Youth Development Model and acquire an ethical approach to working with people that drive you crazy!
CE You! welcomes back therapist, author and lecturer Rev. Dr. Karen Herrick as we study the spiritual side of Jungian psychology. Participants will be able to better comprehend differences between Freudian Psychology and Jungian Analytical Psychology, the relevance of Jungian Analytical approaches in understanding the life problems social workers address, Jung’s views on religion and the spiritual experience. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.
CE You welcomes early childhood expert Erica Komisar, LCSW. As seen in the Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, Fox & Friends and more, Erica guides us into the neurological impact of parents and primary caregivers in the first three years of life. Participants will gain enhanced comprehension surrounding the facts about early childhood resiliency, the ingredients of successful parenting, and how to be a helpful resource for clients in establishing healthy priorities while navigating the ever elusive work/life balance. Earn 2 CE Contact Hours.