Required Training Classes

*Please Note: All Live Webinar Times listed (view details) are Eastern Time, Unless Otherwise Stated*

Requirements vary by state. Please consult your state board to determine your requirements.

Ethics

Trauma

Supervision

Human Trafficking

LGBTQ – Cultural Competence

Implicit Bias

Suicide Prevention

Domestic Violence

Pain Management

Cultural Competence

Veteran’s Health

DC Public Health Priorities

and Covid-19 Vaccines

Ethics



Join sex therapist Suzanne Dunn, MSW, LICSW, CST, for an insightful discussion around how supporting client sexuality and relationships ethically compels therapists to realistically ascertain their own comfort levels. Whether encountering varying practices such as monogamy vs polyamory, aiding recovery from sexual trauma, or factors surrounding sexual function and preferences, issues of safety and consent, participants will study ways in which to engage in ethics-centered thought processes to help distinguish if or when a provider’s personal beliefs or values around sexuality and relationships may impact the client-practitioner therapeutic alliance. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” Afternoon Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” all Day Webinar!
This one day Live Webinar includes an excellent 3 hour training on the basics of Imago Couples Therapy. Learn about Imago Relationship Therapy. What is Imago? How can you use this acclaimed therapy to become a great marriage therapist!? Also, an excellent three hour training on ETHICAL issues in couples work! Earn up to 6 CE Credits.


Join pediatrician Dr. Katherine Teets Grimm, M.D. as we examine the medical, social and behavioral aspects of identifying and reporting child abuse. Participants will gain enhanced insight surrounding behavioral and physical indicators of child abuse as well as processes, procedures and important ethical considerations when reporting child abuse. *This webinar provides credits towards DC Public Health Priority requirements. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join Angela B. Duncan PhD, as we navigate the ethics-based obligation to optimize client care. Participants will define and examine risk factors associated with deficient therapist self awareness of limitations, evaluate potential effects on the therapeutic relationship, discuss ethical standards and practices to heighten awareness of physical or emotional barriers and related decision-making processes, and identify when outside referral may be necessary to ensure fidelity to client interest and promote optimal client outcomes. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Embrace the Adoption Love Story with Megan Montgomery, LMSW; LICSW. Venture beyond biology, as we explore the evolving and fascinating intersection of ethics surrounding social and individual identity as well as policy framework, supporting families as they journey through this meaningful path to parenthood. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Therapy meets technology! Andrea Brognano, LMHC guides participants through the multidimensional aspects of cyberspace as a therapeutic setting. Gain enhanced insight surrounding the origin and background of online therapy and applied technology platforms, contexts and circumstances to be examined in determining appropriateness of online therapy for different client populations, as well as challenges and safeguards for maintaining client privacy and the ethical responsibilities of clinicians providing services online. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A CE You! Plus All Day Webinar!
Includes 2 Excellent Ethics trainings related to the implementation of confidentiality with the use of technology. Includes a new ethics training with a focus on creating an A+ Telehealth Practice! Class 2 also meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees Get up to 6 CE Credits – Ethics


Join practicing therapist, Lisa C. DeLuca, LCSW for a closer look at the myths and realities of assertiveness. Participants will examine correlations between assertiveness and client healing, gain deeper comprehension of definitions along with myths and misconceptions concerning assertiveness as well as the Ethical concepts surrounding assertiveness in the therapeutic setting, hindrances to assertiveness, and the impact of transference and countertransference in relation to assertiveness. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Katie Bingner, MS, LCPC, brings us an ethics-centered and trauma informed approach to managing treatment expectations for clients and practitioners. We’ll discuss the impact of treatment expectations on the therapeutic alliance and clinician effectiveness, as well as corresponding ethical perspectives around managing these expectations and recognizing how they influence clinical outcomes and client-centered practice. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Alexa Donnelly, LCSW discusses the complexities of leadership. Participants will explore some of the common expectations surrounding leadership, methods and traits associated with positive leadership, and ethics-based tools when confronting difficult conversations and situations with authenticity. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar! This NEW full day training includes two excellent classes. Begin the day with “Navigating The Challenging Road of Ethical Dilemmas in Mental Health” a new ethics training with Alesha Perkins. The afternoon class will tackle the difficulty of helping couples recover from infidelity with Couples counselor and domestic violence interventionist, Raffi Bilek. Earn up to 6 CE Credits, including Ethics.


Alexa Donnelly, LCSW 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. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” 2 hour Webinar! Join us at 2 PM. This seminar will describe how therapists can serve as ethical consultants, who help their clients balance their personal needs with their sense of responsibility to others. Dr. William Doherty, University of Minnesota, has introduced this cutting edge concept of the ethical consultation. But, has Doherty turned a staple of sound therapeutic practice on its head? Earn 2 CE Credits -Ethics.


Study the Ethical imperatives that inform and guide the delicate balance of managerial and clinical obligations within organizational policy and decision making. Nicole DelPrete, LMSW delves into the why and how of working relationships, and the values that create a compassionate culture and supportive climate, promoting an inclusive mission-centered approach. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


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.*


A NEW “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! The world’s largest minority group is people with disabilities, and this populations experiences crime, including human trafficking, at far higher rates than their counterparts without disabilities. Class 1 provides an overview of the problem of human trafficking, and guidance on how to interact and service human trafficking victims who have disabilities. Class 2 is an Ethics and cultural competence training that looks at racial disparities that continue to exist and the affect of racial colorblindness. Both classes meet requirements for DC Public Health Priority trainings. Earn 6 CE Credits.


Adoption Social Worker Megan Montgomery shares fascinating insights surrounding personal identity through the adoption perspective. Participants will learn how social media has impacted family search and reunion, explore ethical considerations for practitioners assisting clients pursuing family searches, and identifying the positive and negative aspects of DNA testing and social media. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join Dr. Tim Victorella as we review the foundational principles of trauma-informed care (TIC) and how these principles can impact daily clinical practice by informing a practitioner’s ethical imperative to avoid client re-traumatization. Ethical considerations will be reviewed to examine the interplay of policy and systemic issues which may lead to conflict when seeking to implement measures designed to cultivate a TIC environment. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C, takes participants on a journey surrounding the profound impact, permeating through the Whistleblowing process. Amid the Soul Searching giving way to examining the true cost as well as the deeper rewards of upholding our Ethics, participants will gain heightened comprehension surrounding an overview of laws concerning whistleblowing, the identification of retaliation tactics, and recognizing risk factors related to whistleblowing with respect to the mental health and psychosocial reach of upholding our Ethical values.*This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Your work with your individual or couple client(s) and their family members (even if their family is not in the room) is indeed its own “system”. Lisa DeLuca, LCSW-R will help us understand linear vs. systems thinking. You will learn to apply Family Systems to structure session work, to prevent common ethical hazards like triangulation and alliances that only serve to disempower clients and derail the work. Understand how to de-triangulate, and teach your client to do the same. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join clinical social worker and leading advocate for individuals with developmental disabilities, Alexa Donnelly, LCSW, as we define and explore the ethical mandate governing professional practice and promotion of Disability Justice & Culture! Participants will enjoy an overview of the ethical, historical, social and legislative framework surrounding developmental disabilities, the importance of language and promoting person-centered practice with the developmentally disabled population, and identifying ways to address ableism and advance neurodiversity, especially within the context of its importance to ethical standards. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics*


A “CE You! Plus” 4 Session Morning Mini Series! Join us for one hour a week on Tuesday mornings (8:30 – 9:30 AM Eastern Time). LGBTQ individuals are at an elevated risk of experiencing suicidality and suicide, and there is a need for treatment modalities that can address the unique needs of this community when providing treatment. We know that culturally competent care is one of the most important protective factors for members of the LGBTQ community. This course will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

Trauma


A CE You! Plus All Day Webinar! Includes 2 Excellent trainings. In Class 1 you will learn to help the people you work with increase the financial stability in their lives. Use the “Your Money, Your Goals toolkit” to help clients build skills in managing money, credit, debt, and financial products. Class 2 will review the key principles of Trauma Informed Care by SAMHSA. You will also analyze language of the 12 steps through a trauma informed lens, offering alternative language options to promote healing empowerment & prevent re-traumatization. Get up to 6 CE Credits!


Alexis Cate LCSW, CCTP, CASAC, guides participants into the corridor of how trauma memories are processed and the key component the body plays in trauma response. A review of assessment as it relates to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder diagnosis, as well as trauma reactions coexisting with fellow mental health diagnoses will be discussed, as well as insights surrounding the application of trauma informed therapy and related practices. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Trauma.*


Katie Bingner, MS, LCPC, brings us an ethics-centered and trauma informed approach to managing treatment expectations for clients and practitioners. We’ll discuss the impact of treatment expectations on the therapeutic alliance and clinician effectiveness, as well as corresponding ethical perspectives around managing these expectations and recognizing how they influence clinical outcomes and client-centered practice. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join Clinical Social Worker Karen Landmann, LCSW, for a deeper look at what we know about Stockholm Syndrome here and now. Participants will gain enhanced knowledge surrounding the definition and identifying characteristics of Stockholm Syndrome and its underestimated and often overlooked prevalence in relationships as well as social structure. This course will also discuss the role of Post Traumatic Stress in the occurrence of Stockholm Syndrome, and help practitioners navigate its complexities as well as action steps for effective treatment. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits*


Join Dr. Tim Victorella as we review the foundational principles of trauma-informed care (TIC) and how these principles can impact daily clinical practice by informing a practitioner’s ethical imperative to avoid client re-traumatization. Ethical considerations will be reviewed to examine the interplay of policy and systemic issues which may lead to conflict when seeking to implement measures designed to cultivate a TIC environment. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C, for a meaningful conversation about how practitioners can better understand and serve the veteran population. Participants will gain deeper insight around military culture and other exposures that may result from deployment, combat or personal trauma, the psychological impact of having served in war zones, cultural and mental health-based risk factors associated with military service, as well as tools to build resiliency for veterans and families facing these unique challenges. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the Veteran health training requirement for Connecticut and West Virginia licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits*


Explore the unique and fascinating elements of character with Anne Redelfs, M.D.! Participants will gain new insight surrounding often overlooked sources of deep-seated trauma that explain common dysfunctional character traits as well as extremes of asocial and antisocial behavior. We’ll examine the extensive consequences of unresolved childhood trauma and how these can be remedied through relating to this “inner rebel” and uncovering its “cause”. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*

 

 

Supervision


“A CE You! Plus Webinar”
Two new supervision Classes! Three CE Credits each. Get up to 6 Supervision CE Credits! Each of these classes fulfills the MARYLAND REQUIREMENT (and other states) for SOCIAL WORK supervisors renewing their license. For Maryland PROFESSIONAL COUNSELORS this training will count towards your 18 supervision CE Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Supervision Package!
Become a Supervisor! This NEW 18 hour supervision training package meets the requirement for Maryland Supervisor Certification training! LCPCs can fulfill their 18 hour Supervision Certification Requirement. Social Workers can select 12 hours of training to meet the training requirement for becoming a certified social work supervisor. Seasoned supervisors and managers can select 3 or more hours to get the Supervision Credits they need for license renewal. Participants earn up to 18 CE credits!

 

 

Human Trafficking


Join Theresa Flores, MA for a powerful story of survival and vital discussion of Human Trafficking. Participants will gain important and often surprising insights surrounding how to recognize a victim of human trafficking, the mental and physical implications of trafficking on victims, and therapeutic recommendations for working with survivors around trauma and health. Understanding the effects of trafficking and healing for long term recovery will also be discussed. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities” as well as fulfilling the Human Trafficking requirement for Michigan licensees . This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*


A NEW “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! The world’s largest minority group is people with disabilities, and this populations experiences crime, including human trafficking, at far higher rates than their counterparts without disabilities. Class 1 provides an overview of the problem of human trafficking, and guidance on how to interact and service human trafficking victims who have disabilities. Class 2 is an Ethics and cultural competence training that looks at racial disparities that continue to exist and the affect of racial colorblindness. Both classes meet requirements for DC Public Health Priority trainings. Earn 6 CE Credits.

 

Veteran’s Health


Join Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C, for a meaningful conversation about how practitioners can better understand and serve the veteran population. Participants will gain deeper insight around military culture and other exposures that may result from deployment, combat or personal trauma, the psychological impact of having served in war zones, cultural and mental health-based risk factors associated with military service, as well as tools to build resiliency for veterans and families facing these unique challenges. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the Veteran health training requirement for Connecticut and West Virginia licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits*

 

DC Public Health Priorities


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT. Questions about the Covid 19 vaccine? Are you unsure of the benefits? Concerned about it’s safety? This new training with vaccine development specialist Dr. Robert Edelman, MD, will answer many of the questions that people have regarding the covid 19 vaccines. This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT and the DC Public Health Priority requirement. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


Join Theresa Flores, MA for a powerful story of survival and vital discussion of Human Trafficking. Participants will gain important and often surprising insights surrounding how to recognize a victim of human trafficking, the mental and physical implications of trafficking on victims, and therapeutic recommendations for working with survivors around trauma and health. Understanding the effects of trafficking and healing for long term recovery will also be discussed. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities” as well as fulfilling the Human Trafficking requirement for Michigan licensees . This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*


A “CE You! Plus” Afternoon Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This class can also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


Join pediatrician Dr. Katherine Teets Grimm, M.D. as we examine the medical, social and behavioral aspects of identifying and reporting child abuse. Participants will gain enhanced insight surrounding behavioral and physical indicators of child abuse as well as processes, procedures and important ethical considerations when reporting child abuse. *This webinar provides credits towards DC Public Health Priority requirements. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This class can also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


Therapy meets technology! Andrea Brognano, LMHC guides participants through the multidimensional aspects of cyberspace as a therapeutic setting. Gain enhanced insight surrounding the origin and background of online therapy and applied technology platforms, contexts and circumstances to be examined in determining appropriateness of online therapy for different client populations, as well as challenges and safeguards for maintaining client privacy and the ethical responsibilities of clinicians providing services online. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A New “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar!
This new webinar includes a new training on working with survivors of sexual violence perpetrated against BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) through an anti-racism lens. Also included is a NEW training on using Motivational Interviewing with challenging clients. Class 1 meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 CE credits including 3 Cultural Competence credits!


A CE You! Plus All Day Webinar!
Includes 2 Excellent Ethics trainings related to the implementation of confidentiality with the use of technology. Includes a new ethics training with a focus on creating an A+ Telehealth Practice! Class 2 also meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees Get up to 6 CE Credits – Ethics


Alexa Donnelly, LCSW 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. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A NEW “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! The world’s largest minority group is people with disabilities, and this populations experiences crime, including human trafficking, at far higher rates than their counterparts without disabilities. Class 1 provides an overview of the problem of human trafficking, and guidance on how to interact and service human trafficking victims who have disabilities. Class 2 is an Ethics and cultural competence training that looks at racial disparities that continue to exist and the affect of racial colorblindness. Both classes meet requirements for DC Public Health Priority trainings. Earn 6 CE Credits.


Dr. Anne Redelfs is our guide as we study ways in which unexpressed, authentic emotions and thoughts lodge in our bodies and, over time, express themselves indirectly through injury and illness. Join us as we discover new concepts and theory around the metaphoric language of the psychological body which speaks through the physical body—an invaluable skill for working with clients! Participants will gain insight into physical symptoms and how they may reveal not only deeper psychological issues but also interventions to correct them. *This training meets the pain management training requirement for Michigan and meets requirements for DC Key Public Health Priorities. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT. Questions about the Covid 19 vaccine? Are you unsure of the benefits? Concerned about it’s safety? This new training with vaccine development specialist Dr. Robert Edelman, MD, will answer many of the questions that people have regarding the covid 19 vaccines. This new training meets the NEW DC COVID-19 TRAINING REQUIREMENT and the DC Public Health Priority requirement. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Pain Management Webinar!
Over time, our understanding of pain has become more comprehensive. This workshop will provide an understanding of pain as a mind-body phenomenon intricately linked to the psyche. Dr. Robin Cohen, PhD, PsyD,  will demonstrate ways of evaluating and treating pain using our knowledge of psychology, psychotherapy and neuroscience. This training meets the pain management training requirement for MICHIGAN and meets requirements for Washington DC “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded 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. Includes two classes. Take one class or both. Get up to 6 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
Over the past decade, drug overdose has claimed thousands of lives, torn apart countless families and decimated communities across the country. This devastating impact has been largely driven by the opiate epidemic. This course will describe numerous factors contributing to the current drug epidemic, including the historical context, as well as the biological underpinning of the addictive process. We will look at pharmacological treatment options that have developed which all clinicians should understand in order to help change the tide of the current crisis. Earn 1 CE Credit.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Pain Management Webinar! This 1-hour webinar will provide a basic overview of chronic pain and briefly outline therapies that have been shown to help with pain management and overall coping. Therapists are not expected to be pain physicians, but….
This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 1 CE Credit – Pain Management/ DC Public Health.

 

Suicide Prevention


This New “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar, includes 2 new Classes with psychotherapist and professor Elan Javanfard. Class 1 looks at the application of Alberts Robert’s seven-stage crisis intervention model which assists clinician’s effective intervening by emphasizing rapid assessment of the client’s problem and resources, collaborating on goal selection and attainment, finding alternative coping methods and more… Class 2 looks at introducing mindfulness as a tool for growth for your clients. Earn up to 6 CE credits.


This New “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar, includes 2 new Classes with psychotherapist and professor Elan Javanfard. Class 1 looks at the application of Alberts Robert’s seven-stage crisis intervention model which assists clinician’s effective intervening by emphasizing rapid assessment of the client’s problem and resources, collaborating on goal selection and attainment, finding alternative coping methods and more… Class 2 looks at introducing mindfulness as a tool for growth for your clients. Earn up to 6 CE credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! – This webinar will review definitions for different types of suicidal and self-harm behavior, provide framework for assessing suicidal risk, including imminent risk; use of chain analysis to develop a safety plan; brief overview of the effective elements of evidence-based treatment for adolescent suicidal behavior. Earn 1 CE Credit.


A “CE You! Plus” 4 Session Morning Mini Series! Join us for one hour a week on Tuesday mornings (8:30 – 9:30 AM Eastern Time). LGBTQ individuals are at an elevated risk of experiencing suicidality and suicide, and there is a need for treatment modalities that can address the unique needs of this community when providing treatment. We know that culturally competent care is one of the most important protective factors for members of the LGBTQ community. This course will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

Domestic Violence


Alexa Donnelly, LCSW 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. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
No matter what your area of practice, you may come across abusive relationships or domestic violence. This Full day Webinar taught by author Lisa Twersky, LCSW, a practitioner who has been working with victims of domestic violence for over 30 years, will provide a thorough training on the difficult and complex subject of domestic violence. Core struggles, clinical issues, and fundamental tasks will be addressed. Earn 5.5 CE Credits!

 

 

Pain Management


Dr. Anne Redelfs is our guide as we study ways in which unexpressed, authentic emotions and thoughts lodge in our bodies and, over time, express themselves indirectly through injury and illness. Join us as we discover new concepts and theory around the metaphoric language of the psychological body which speaks through the physical body—an invaluable skill for working with clients! Participants will gain insight into physical symptoms and how they may reveal not only deeper psychological issues but also interventions to correct them. *This training meets the pain management training requirement for Michigan and meets requirements for DC Key Public Health Priorities. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Pain Management Webinar!
Over time, our understanding of pain has become more comprehensive. This workshop will provide an understanding of pain as a mind-body phenomenon intricately linked to the psyche. Dr. Robin Cohen, PhD, PsyD,  will demonstrate ways of evaluating and treating pain using our knowledge of psychology, psychotherapy and neuroscience. This training meets the pain management training requirement for MICHIGAN and meets requirements for Washington DC “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded 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. Includes two classes. Take one class or both. Get up to 6 CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Pain Management Webinar! This 1-hour webinar will provide a basic overview of chronic pain and briefly outline therapies that have been shown to help with pain management and overall coping. Therapists are not expected to be pain physicians, but….
This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the NEW Washington DC criteria for topics identified as “Key Public Health Priorities”. Earn 1 CE Credit – Pain Management/ DC Public Health.

 

 

Cultural Competence


A “CE You! Plus” Afternoon Webinar! Multiple issues may arise when traditional religious values and LGBTQ+ clients intersect. This is true for clients as well as clinicians. This course will explore this complex dynamic, informing a culturally competent approach and moving to a synthesis of these seemingly conflicting ideas. This new class meets requirements for DC LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


Suzanne M Dunn, MSW, LICSW, CST shares with practitioners her vast personal and professional experience working with families of transgender, gender-queer, and non-conforming youth. Participants will gain insight around management of grieving expectations, important differences between curiosity and intrusivity when supporting families with trans or gender-queer children/family members, as well as useful tools and practices for social workers and mental health professionals who wish to strengthen their knowledge and become positive allies in the community for people who identify within the LGBTQIA+ population. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – LGBTQ Cultural Competence.*


A “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! Meet the Relationship Boosters! – This six hour training offers a new cultural competence class on working with couples of diverse backgrounds. We will look at principles of cultural competence and then we look at working with couples that have a different background than we do, as well as couples of mixed cultural backgrounds. Earn 6 CE Credits!


A New “CE You! Plus” All Day Webinar!
This new webinar includes a new training on working with survivors of sexual violence perpetrated against BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) through an anti-racism lens. Also included is a NEW training on using Motivational Interviewing with challenging clients. Class 1 meets the New DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 CE credits including 3 Cultural Competence credits!


A NEW “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! The world’s largest minority group is people with disabilities, and this populations experiences crime, including human trafficking, at far higher rates than their counterparts without disabilities. Class 1 provides an overview of the problem of human trafficking, and guidance on how to interact and service human trafficking victims who have disabilities. Class 2 is an Ethics and cultural competence training that looks at racial disparities that continue to exist and the affect of racial colorblindness. Both classes meet requirements for DC Public Health Priority trainings. Earn 6 CE Credits.


Join Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C, for a meaningful conversation about how practitioners can better understand and serve the veteran population. Participants will gain deeper insight around military culture and other exposures that may result from deployment, combat or personal trauma, the psychological impact of having served in war zones, cultural and mental health-based risk factors associated with military service, as well as tools to build resiliency for veterans and families facing these unique challenges. *This class can be used for credits towards fulfilling the Veteran health training requirement for Connecticut and West Virginia licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! Multiple issues may arise when traditional religious values and LGBTQ+ clients intersect. This is true for clients as well as clinicians. This course will explore this complex dynamic, informing a culturally competent approach and moving to a synthesis of these seemingly conflicting ideas. This BRAND NEW class meets requirements for DC LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training for mental health professionals as well as physicians, pharmacists and other professionals. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” 4 Session Morning Mini Series! Join us for one hour a week on Tuesday mornings (8:30 – 9:30 AM Eastern Time). LGBTQ individuals are at an elevated risk of experiencing suicidality and suicide, and there is a need for treatment modalities that can address the unique needs of this community when providing treatment. We know that culturally competent care is one of the most important protective factors for members of the LGBTQ community. This course will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

LGBTQ – Cultural Competence


A “CE You! Plus” Afternoon Webinar! Multiple issues may arise when traditional religious values and LGBTQ+ clients intersect. This is true for clients as well as clinicians. This course will explore this complex dynamic, informing a culturally competent approach and moving to a synthesis of these seemingly conflicting ideas. This new class meets requirements for DC LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits!


Suzanne M Dunn, MSW, LICSW, CST shares with practitioners her vast personal and professional experience working with families of transgender, gender-queer, and non-conforming youth. Participants will gain insight around management of grieving expectations, important differences between curiosity and intrusivity when supporting families with trans or gender-queer children/family members, as well as useful tools and practices for social workers and mental health professionals who wish to strengthen their knowledge and become positive allies in the community for people who identify within the LGBTQIA+ population. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – LGBTQ Cultural Competence.*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! Multiple issues may arise when traditional religious values and LGBTQ+ clients intersect. This is true for clients as well as clinicians. This course will explore this complex dynamic, informing a culturally competent approach and moving to a synthesis of these seemingly conflicting ideas. This BRAND NEW class meets requirements for DC LGBTQ Cultural Competence Training for mental health professionals as well as physicians, pharmacists and other professionals. Earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” 4 Session Morning Mini Series! Join us for one hour a week on Tuesday mornings (8:30 – 9:30 AM Eastern Time). LGBTQ individuals are at an elevated risk of experiencing suicidality and suicide, and there is a need for treatment modalities that can address the unique needs of this community when providing treatment. We know that culturally competent care is one of the most important protective factors for members of the LGBTQ community. This course will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

Implicit Bias


A “CE You! Plus” Afternoon Webinar! Take a new look at Implicit biases and how bias can contribute to unconscious attitudes and stereotypes that can manifest in the workplace, school setting, and in the healthcare system. Join the dialogue about where Implicit Bias comes from and how it can affect clinical treatment. This class meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees and it can also be used to fulfill the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. Earn 2 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This class can also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge as we explore the features and corresponding behaviors associated with Implicit Bias. In this eye-opening discussion, participants will identify the social and systemic ramifications of Implicit Bias, study the historical and biological context and origin of biases and their impact on daily personal and professional interactions, as well as gain tools to help bring implicit biases into conscious awareness. This class can also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This webinar also meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE/CME Credits.


A NEW “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar with Mona Fishbane, Ph.D., author of the book, “Loving with the Brain in Mind: Neurobiology & Couple Therapy” and recipient of the APA Family Psychologist of the Year Award. Two great new classes, “Healing Intergenerational Wounds: An Integrative Relational-Neurobiological Approach to Transform Family Relationships” and “Neurobiology of Implicit Bias & Transgenerational Trauma”. Class 2 meets the MICHIGAN requirement for implicit bias Earn 6 CE Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! Two excellent new classes. Class 1 “Neurobiology of Implicit Bias & Transgenerational Trauma” with Dr. Nancy Michael, Director of Undergraduate Studies for Neuroscience and Behavior at the University of Notre Dame. Class 2 looks at Cannabis use and Mental Health. This presentation will help participants understand how cannabis affects mental health and why people with mental health difficulties often use this drug. We will explore options for supporting cannabis users in social service settings. Class 1 meets the Implicit Bias training requirement for MICHIGAN Licensees. Earn 6 CE Credits!

 

 

Who Accepts our Credits?

 

  • Alabama Board of Social Work
  • Alaska Board of social work examiners
  • Arizona Board of Social Work
  • Arkansas Social Work Licensing Board
  • Arkansas Department of Health, Psychology Board
  • California Board of Behavioral Sciences
  • Colorado State Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Connecticut State Department of Public Health
  • DC (Washington) Board of Professional Counseling
  • DC (Washington) Board of Social Work
  • Delaware Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Florida Board of Clinical Social Work,Marriage & Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling
  • Georgia Board of Prof. Counselors, Social Workers, & Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Hawaii Social Work Program, Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs
  • Idaho Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation, Social Work
  • Indiana Board of Social Work
  • Iowa Board of Social Work
  • Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory Board
  • Kentucky Board of Social Work
  • Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Maine State Board of Social Worker Licensure
  • Maryland Board for the Certification of Residential Child Care Program Professionals (CRCCPA)
  • Maryland Board of Professional Counselors (Category A)
  • Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners (Category 1)
  • Maryland Psychology Board
  • Massachusetts Board of Social Work
  • Michigan Board Of Social Work (LARA)
  • Minnesota Board of Social Work
  • Mississippi State Board of Examiners for Social Workers and Marriage & Family Therapists
  • Missouri Committee for Social Workers
  • Montana Board of Behavioral Health
  • Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
  • Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers
  • New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW) (Canada)
  • New Hampshire Board of Mental Health Practice
  • New Mexico Board of Social Work Examiners
  • New York State Board of Social Work (CE Contact Hours)
  • North Carolina Board of Social Work
  • North Dakota Board of Social Work Examiners
  • Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board - FOR SOCIAL WORKERS ONLY - Other professionals may be required to get "Post Approval" 
  • Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Social Workers
  • Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
  • Oregon Board of Social Work
  • Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors
  • Rhode Island Board of Examiners in Social Workers
  • Rhode Island Board of Psychology
  • South Carolina Board of Social Work Examiners
  • South Dakota Board of Social Work
  • Tennessee Board of Social Workers
  • Texas Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Program (LCDC)
  • Texas State Board of Examiners of Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
  • Texas Board of Social Work
  • Utah Division of Occupational and Profesional Licensing - Social Work
  • Vermont Board of Social Work
  • Virginia Board of Social Work
  • Virginia Board of Counseling
  • Washington DC Board of Nursing
  • Washington DC Board of Professional Counseling
  • Washington DC Board of Social Work
  • Washington State Department of Health - Social Work
  • West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners (Live in person classes count as Category 1. Webinars count as category 2.)
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services - Social Work
  • Wyoming Mental Health Professions Licensing Board

... and other state boards.

ASWB - ACE Approval

CE You! is approved as an ACE provider by ASWB ACE to offer LIVE WEBINARS for CE credit.*

*Please note that ASWB approval applies ONLY to Live Webinars. It does not apply to Pre-recorded webinars and Live in Person Trainings.

CE You!, provider number 1573, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit.  ACE provider approval period: 3/27/2021-3/27/2024.

Live In Person Trainings 

CE You!'s approval for Live in Person Trainings are through the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners and the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work.

We are continuously updating our site with new states that accept our credits. If you don't see your state send us an email, support@ceyou.org, and we will get back to you with the information.

Our classes are ACCME certified for physician CME when indicated. Classes are APA approved when indicated.

 

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