Please Tell Me I’m Not Crazy: An Ethical Response to Clients Processing Near Death and Other Spiritual Experiences, Wednesday, 8-3-22 (Live Webinar)


Rev. Karen E. Herrick, PhD., LCSW, LMSW, CADC explains the characteristics and other factors of Near Death Experiences (NDEs), helping practitioners to gain a deeper understanding of clients and families working through these experiences. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*

Decisions…Decisions: Building an Ethical Roadmap When Choices Are Not Always Clear, Wednesday, 7-27-22 (Live Webinar)


Join practicing counselor and clinical supervisor, Jodi Geis-Crowder, LPC, ACS, for a thought provoking evening of discussion around ethics in mental health-based practice. Participants will study distinct areas of moral and ethical principles surrounding practitioner decision making models, what clinicians need to know to practice ethically in the technology age, and related practice considerations surrounding ethical vs legal obligations. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*

House Full of Stuff: Clutter in the American Home, Wednesday, 4-13-22 (Live Webinar)


Welcome to another evening with Simple Spaces founder, professional organizer Katie Tracy as we dig deeper into how we are impacted by the space that surrounds us! Participants will review research on the current impact of clutter on American families, examine differences between clutter and hoarding, (as well as warning signs) and discuss common causes of clutter and disorganization. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*

Opioid Addiction, Chronic Pain and Mindfulness Seminar! 3-21-22 (Live Webinar)


A BRAND NEW “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar! Gain an understanding of addictive disorders, with a focus on the specifics of opioid addiction. This webinar will discuss the neurological and psychological components of dependency disorders and the neurochemistry of opioids. We will also address the persistent driver of opioid use and dependence: chronic pain and a practical understanding of techniques for clinical practice of mindfulness. Both classes meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 2 is a pain management training. Get up to 6 CE Credits!

Equity and Justice for All? Examining Aspects of Race and Socioeconomics Within the Criminal Justice System, Monday, 6-27-22 (Live Webinar)


We invite you to join an eye-opening dialogue, gaining a deeper understanding of the intersection of race and the criminal justice system with Dr. Crystal McLeod. Participants will study the direct impact of the criminal justice system on the mental health of black Americans, including community impact and financial limitations as a result of their involvement within this system. Dr. McLeod will also discuss social norms and labeling theories, along with their impact on recidivism, while exploring the concepts of rehabilitation vs incarceration. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*