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.

Anti-Oppressive
Practice (Maryland)

Cultural Competence

DC Public Health Priorities

and Covid-19 Vaccines

Domestic Violence

Ethics

Human Trafficking

Implicit Bias

LGBTQ – Cultural Competence

Pain Management

Professional Boundaries

Suicide Prevention

Supervision

Trauma

Veteran’s Health

Anti-Oppressive Practice


This essential course equips social workers and mental health professionals with the tools to create truly inclusive and affirming services. With therapist Katie Bingner, MS, LCPC as our guide, we’ll delve into recognizing diverse cultural values, beliefs, and practices within the LGBTQ+ community and beyond. Learn culturally sensitive communication and intervention strategies to ensure effective service delivery for all your clients. But inclusion goes deeper. We’ll explore how to identify and dismantle systemic barriers that create inequities for clients. You’ll gain the skills to advocate for policies and practices that promote social justice and dismantle discriminatory structures within systems and the broader community. We’ll also critically analyze the concepts of power, privilege, and oppression. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – LGBTQ Cultural Competence.*


This CE You! Plus Webinar includes 2 Excellent classes! Human Trafficking expert, Laura Cusack, MSW, will provide insights into the high rates of crime, including human trafficking, experienced by people with disabilities and offer guidance on how to interact with and support victims. In Class 2 we will examine how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppressions, confront implicit bias and engage in dialogue around racial healing, empowerment and equity. Class 2 is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Both classes meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Morning 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 New “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This full day of training features 2 excellent classes. Class one is an ETHICS training that looks at addressing and preventing microaggressions in the therapy room. Class two examines the alarming increase in youth suicide rates in recent years among Hispanic, Black, Asian and Pacific Islander youth as well as the elevated risk of suicide among 2SLGBTQIA+ youth. We will explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural humility amongst providers and apply culturally responsive strategies in suicide prevention. Class 2 also meets the new Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training requirement. Earn up to 6 CE credits!


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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 “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! In Class 1 Kathryn Krase, PhD, JD, MSW, looks at reducing Implicit Bias and reducing barriers and disparities in access and delivery of health and mental health services. Class 2 explores the role of mandated reporting by applying foundational ethical principles through the lens of racial & social justice. Both classes meet DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 1 also meets the MICHIGAN requirement for implicit bias and is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


Explore and reflect on your own views of race and racial bias with Dr. Monique Swift, PsyD, LMHC, LPC! Participants will also learn how our brains have a natural proclivity toward bias, as well as gain strategies for developing anti-bias clinical practice from a place of cultural humility. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers as well as the Maryland Implicit Bias requirement. This webinar can also be used for credits towards fulfilling the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Cultural Competence*


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 and social justice. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” Morning 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.


 

 

Ethics



A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar! In this brand new webinar, Susan Heitler, PhD, clinical psychologist and author of 6 books including ‘From Conflict to Resolution: Skills and Strategies for Individual, Couple, and family therapy’ discusses practical and ethical challenges of providing individual therapy for married individuals. Through research and case studies, and experiential learning, this webinar explores multiple ethical dilemmas, and offers potential solutions. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


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.


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 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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! African American males are one of the most underrepresented minorities in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields. Class 1 of this program, looks at ethical issue and using the Kallos Model to achieve equitable participation of African American males in STEM in the education system and beyond. Class 2 looks at the common experiences and potential needs for late-diagnosed autistic adults. Participants will examine potential presenting concerns leading up to diagnosis, barriers, resources and strategies for working with this client population in a neurodiverse-affirming way. Class 1 is an ETHICS Training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar!
Ethical dilemmas can sometimes leave you at a crossroads! This interactive class will provide education on ethics with use of the Code of Ethics as an ethical guideline. It will allow participants to take a step back and identify their driving force for making decisions and help them “Do the right thing!”. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


This New Full Day “CE You! Plus” Seminar includes 2 Ethics Webinars! Understanding the role of ethics, law, policy, and personal values is essential to making sound ethical decisions that involve patient care. Specific ethical dilemmas in medical settings will be introduced for learners to critically analyze through case studies. Class 2 will explore various ethical standards and how they relate to end-of-life (EOL) care. Ethical considerations and their impacts are discussed, as well as identification of when decision-making ability may be compromised. Cultural considerations will be discussed as well. These classes fulfill the Michigan Medical Ethics requirement for physicians. Attend 1 or both classes, earn up to 6 Ethics CE/CME Credits!


A New “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This full day of training features 2 excellent classes. Class one is an ETHICS training that looks at addressing and preventing microaggressions in the therapy room. Class two examines the alarming increase in youth suicide rates in recent years among Hispanic, Black, Asian and Pacific Islander youth as well as the elevated risk of suicide among 2SLGBTQIA+ youth. We will explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural humility amongst providers and apply culturally responsive strategies in suicide prevention. Class 2 also meets the new Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training requirement. Earn up to 6 CE 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 “CE You! Plus” Friday Morning Ethics Webinar! Mental health professionals are charged with the legal and ethical responsibility to maintain professional boundaries, but the obligation isn’t always so easy to discern. This new class with Kathryn Krase, Ph.D., J.D., M.S.W. provides a framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm. This class meets the new NEW YORK Appropriate Boundaries Training requirement. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday morning!


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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar! Who do I contact when I’m worried a client is going to hurt someone? Will I get in trouble if I talk about my clients outside of work? This class will explore the goals and limits of confidentiality through an analysis of ethical and legal complications. Attendees will leave with a framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm. Earn 3 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 3 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 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Explore the ethics of treating substance use disorders with Jodi Geis-Crowder, LPC, ACS! In this interactive presentation, participants will discuss the ethics of varying attitudes and beliefs surrounding abstinence versus harm reduction treatment models around substance use. We will identify known facts regarding the etiology of Opioids such as fentanyl, methods used for screening, narcan intervention, and corresponding qualifications for safe administration. Participants will also consider ethical aspects of mandatory disclosure relevant to SUD treatment for clients addicted to opioids like fentanyl and other substances. *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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar! – How do we work closely with clients while maintaining boundaries? How do we determine when a CPS report needs to be completed? What do we do when ethical and legal obligations seem to conflict. Join social worker, attorney, author and educator Kathryn Krase as we explore these and other ethical issues. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


A “CE You! Plus” all day Ethics Webinar! Are you wondering whether or not to disclose “something” to your clients? Self-disclosure has a number of dimensions, including clinical, therapeutic, technical, ethical, and in some cases legal or regulatory. How do you navigate the possibility or inevitability of a dual relationship? This new Ethics Webinar with Kansas and Missouri licensed Diane Bigler, LSCSW will examine these and many other ethical issues. Earn up to 6 Ethics CE Credits!


Curious to know what Freud might say? Explore the evolving role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in mental health with Jodi Geis-Crowder! Participants will define Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how it is being used in Chatbots and phone apps as a primary therapist, discuss the ethical considerations that apply to the use of AI as a behavioral health care option, noting they are not regulated by licensing boards codes of ethics, but rather an AI Value Platform Policy Statement. We’ll also examine the importance of mandatory disclosure regarding clients seeking services while utilizing adjunct AI, and the importance of working with a clinical supervisor/ clinical consultant and an information technology expert to navigate the clinical waters and to protect professional liability will also be discussed. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! In Class 1 Kathryn Krase, PhD, JD, MSW, looks at reducing Implicit Bias and reducing barriers and disparities in access and delivery of health and mental health services. Class 2 explores the role of mandated reporting by applying foundational ethical principles through the lens of racial & social justice. Both classes meet DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 1 also meets the MICHIGAN requirement for implicit bias and is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


Join CE You moderator, therapist, and founder of “Therapy Connection”, Andrea Brognano, LMHC as we explore the ethics of professional boundaries. Participants will examine practitioners’ ethical obligation to maintain appropriate professional boundaries and why these boundaries are important, defining and recognizing the potential dangers of dual relationships, as well as identifying circumstances that could impair objectivity and professional judgment. This webinar can also be used for fulfilling the New York State “Professional Boundaries” continuing education requirement for Social Workers. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar!
Ethical dilemmas can sometimes leave you at a crossroads! This interactive class will provide education on ethics with use of the Code of Ethics as an ethical guideline. It will allow participants to take a step back and identify their driving force for making decisions and help them “Do the right thing!”. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


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 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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Friday Afternoon Webinar!
This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers.
This training will examine the current problem, historic roots, ethical implications, and potential solutions for the racism that has emerged systemically in our police system. Trainer Shane King, LCSW facilitates an Undoing Racism Middle Management group in the Bronx to inspire, support, and increase anti racist leadership. Earn 4 Ethics CE Credits.


A “CE You! Plus” Friday Morning Ethics Webinar! – How do we work closely with clients while maintaining boundaries? How do we determine when a CPS report needs to be completed? What do we do when ethical and legal obligations seem to conflict. Join social worker, attorney, author and educator Kathryn Krase as we explore these and other ethical issues. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar! Who do I contact when I’m worried a client is going to hurt someone? Will I get in trouble if I talk about my clients outside of work? This class will explore the goals and limits of confidentiality through an analysis of ethical and legal complications. Attendees will leave with a framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm. 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 and social justice. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


A “CE You! Plus” Friday Morning Ethics Webinar! Mental health professionals are charged with the legal and ethical responsibility to maintain professional boundaries, but the obligation isn’t always so easy to discern. This new class with Kathryn Krase, Ph.D., J.D., M.S.W. provides a framework to contemplate ethical dilemmas and make informed decisions that insulate professionals from legal liability while protecting clients from harm. This class meets the new NEW YORK Appropriate Boundaries Training requirement. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday morning!


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.*


Explore authenticity with performer, author, and clinical social worker, Mark O’Connell! Discuss ethical scenarios in clinical practice with individuals and families, including questions around self disclosure, confidentiality in the therapeutic triad, as well as countertransference. Participants will study, from an ethical perspective, the vital practice of authenticity and the range of authentic versions of self for provider and client in session. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*


Ever wonder how mental health professionals end up on the wrong side of the law (or social media)? If so, join us with presenter Jodi Geis-Crowder, LPC, ACS, as we dive into real-life, headline-grabbing cases where ethical lines got crossed, and dissect what went wrong in a way that’s informative, and aimed to equip you with important tools to help navigate when to seek out legal consultation. So, buckle up and get ready to traverse the ethical landscape of social work and mental health practice with confidence. (And enjoy some lively discussions along the way!) *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 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.*


This “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Ethic Webinar Package includes 2 Ethics Webinars! You can purchase both or select just one. Class 1 looks at understanding the role of ethics, law, policy, and personal values as essential to making sound ethical decisions that involve patient care. Specific ethical dilemmas in medical settings will be introduced for learners to critically analyze through case studies. Class 2 will explore various ethical standards and how they relate to end-of-life (EOL) care. Ethical considerations and their impacts are discussed, as well as identification of when decision-making ability may be compromised. Cultural considerations will be discussed as well. Attend 1 or both classes, earn up to 6 Ethics CE/CME Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! 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 class 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” Full Day Webinar! This new program includes 2 Excellent trainings. Class 1 with Dr Karen Gail Lewis, therapist and author, offers a unique approach to how adult siblings can be a resource in individual and couples therapy. Class 2 with Dr. Mike Abrams, NYU professor, and co-author with Albert Ellis of several works on rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) and CBT, focuses on “Insights into the Origins of Sexual Trauma with Clinical Interventions”. This training is based on Dr. Abrams’ current research which has found new connections between childhood abuse and adult sexual functioning. Class 2 meets meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Earn up to 6 CE Credits.


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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Morning Webinar! Moral Injury is an emerging concept in the field of trauma response. This workshop will examine the history of moral injury beginning in the dark days of the Holocaust through the emerging research that is being published about COVID-19 and the impact of moral injury on healthcare public sector workers. Clinicians will learn about how to identify and treat moral injury, and strategies to protect themselves from the harm of moral injury. Earn 3 CE Credits!


This CE You! Plus Webinar includes 2 Excellent classes! Human Trafficking expert, Laura Cusack, MSW, will provide insights into the high rates of crime, including human trafficking, experienced by people with disabilities and offer guidance on how to interact with and support victims. In Class 2 we will examine how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppressions, confront implicit bias and engage in dialogue around racial healing, empowerment and equity. Class 2 is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Both classes meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 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 – Trauma.*


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 – Trauma.*


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.*


Join Karina Van Brunt, LMSW for an in-depth look at the effects of Vicarious Trauma (VT). Whether serving clients in helping professions known to be susceptible to Vicarious Trauma or noting the challenges of individuals living with the repercussions of Vicarious Trauma, we’ll engage strategies to help process and mitigate Vicarious Trauma symptoms. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Trauma.*


Do you ever feel like some clients are presenting a puzzle with missing pieces? Traditional approaches might not be enough for those struggling with intense emotions, flashbacks, or avoidance behaviors. This could be a sign of underlying trauma. Led by professional counselor and clinical supervisor Jodi Geis-Crowder , this webinar is designed for busy mental health professionals seeking to elevate their practice skills and become leaders in trauma-informed care. We’ll review recognition of trauma as well as delve deeper to enhance assessment techniques which help to identify the often-subtle presentations of trauma in clients. We’ll discover how cultural beliefs profoundly influence responses to trauma, and discuss effective treatment modalities. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Trauma.*


Join clinical social worker Alexis Cate as we study the characteristics and connections surrounding Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Participants will gain insight around the intersectionality of PTS and BPD, explore action steps to help mitigate the stigma of BPD in clinical work, and consider treatment approaches to build competencies in treatment co-occurring PTS and BPD. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits – Trauma.*

 

 

Supervision


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


This CE You! Plus Webinar includes 2 Excellent classes! Human Trafficking expert, Laura Cusack, MSW, will provide insights into the high rates of crime, including human trafficking, experienced by people with disabilities and offer guidance on how to interact with and support victims. In Class 2 we will examine how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppressions, confront implicit bias and engage in dialogue around racial healing, empowerment and equity. Class 2 is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Both classes meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!

 

Veteran’s Health


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded webinar! Gain invaluable insights into understanding and serving the veteran population in this upcoming webinar with Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C. Delve into the complexities of military culture, deployment, combat, and personal trauma, gaining a deeper understanding of the psychological impact of serving in war zones. Explore cultural and mental health-based risk factors associated with military service, and discover effective tools to build resilience for veterans and their families facing unique challenges. This class counts towards the Veteran health training requirement for CONNECTICUT and WEST VIRGINIA licensees. 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.
 


A “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This new program includes 2 Excellent trainings. Class 1 with Dr Karen Gail Lewis, therapist and author, offers a unique approach to how adult siblings can be a resource in individual and couples therapy. Class 2 with Dr. Mike Abrams, NYU professor, and co-author with Albert Ellis of several works on rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT) and CBT, focuses on “Insights into the Origins of Sexual Trauma with Clinical Interventions”. This training is based on Dr. Abrams’ current research which has found new connections between childhood abuse and adult sexual functioning. Class 2 meets meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Earn up to 6 CE Credits.


This CE You! Plus Webinar includes 2 Excellent classes! Human Trafficking expert, Laura Cusack, MSW, will provide insights into the high rates of crime, including human trafficking, experienced by people with disabilities and offer guidance on how to interact with and support victims. In Class 2 we will examine how racial trauma impacts the physical, social, and psychological health of individuals and communities. Participants will recognize systemic oppressions, confront implicit bias and engage in dialogue around racial healing, empowerment and equity. Class 2 is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Both classes meets the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Morning 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.


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” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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.


Explore the ethics of treating substance use disorders with Jodi Geis-Crowder, LPC, ACS! In this interactive presentation, participants will discuss the ethics of varying attitudes and beliefs surrounding abstinence versus harm reduction treatment models around substance use. We will identify known facts regarding the etiology of Opioids such as fentanyl, methods used for screening, narcan intervention, and corresponding qualifications for safe administration. Participants will also consider ethical aspects of mandatory disclosure relevant to SUD treatment for clients addicted to opioids like fentanyl and other substances. *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.*


A “CE You! Plus” Sunday Afternoon Ethics Webinar! – How do we work closely with clients while maintaining boundaries? How do we determine when a CPS report needs to be completed? What do we do when ethical and legal obligations seem to conflict. Join social worker, attorney, author and educator Kathryn Krase as we explore these and other ethical issues. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits on a Sunday afternoon!


Join Dr. Michell A. Greenidge’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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 “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! In Class 1 Kathryn Krase, PhD, JD, MSW, looks at reducing Implicit Bias and reducing barriers and disparities in access and delivery of health and mental health services. Class 2 explores the role of mandated reporting by applying foundational ethical principles through the lens of racial & social justice. Both classes meet DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 1 also meets the MICHIGAN requirement for implicit bias and is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


Explore and reflect on your own views of race and racial bias with Dr. Monique Swift, PsyD, LMHC, LPC! Participants will also learn how our brains have a natural proclivity toward bias, as well as gain strategies for developing anti-bias clinical practice from a place of cultural humility. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers as well as the Maryland Implicit Bias requirement. This webinar can also be used for credits towards fulfilling the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Cultural Competence*


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 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.*


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 New “CE You! Plus” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Friday Morning Ethics Webinar! – How do we work closely with clients while maintaining boundaries? How do we determine when a CPS report needs to be completed? What do we do when ethical and legal obligations seem to conflict. Join social worker, attorney, author and educator Kathryn Krase as we explore these and other ethical issues. Earn 3 Ethics CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Morning 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’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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 “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Watch at your own pace. Earn 8 CME or 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!
Numerous studies have shown the impact that various forms of bias can have on the delivery of care. For example, the concerns of women who present for treatment are more often ignored than those of men who present for treatment. And, the concerns of Black women, in particular, are ignored at their peril. This class explores the role of implicit and explicit bias in defining the systems that provide care in America. This course also includes strategies for individual professionals, and professionals in collaboration, to use in order to reduce disparities in access to and delivery of physical and mental health care services. This course meets the “Implicit Bias Training” requirements for MICHIGAN licensees. Earn 1 CE/CME Credit!


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


A New “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This full day of training features 2 excellent classes. Class one is an ETHICS training that looks at addressing and preventing microaggressions in the therapy room. Class two examines the alarming increase in youth suicide rates in recent years among Hispanic, Black, Asian and Pacific Islander youth as well as the elevated risk of suicide among 2SLGBTQIA+ youth. We will explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural humility amongst providers and apply culturally responsive strategies in suicide prevention. Class 2 also meets the new Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training requirement. Earn up to 6 CE credits!


Alexis Cate, LCSW, CCTP, CASAC brings attendees helpful perspectives on Suicide risk assessment and intervention techniques. Attendees will gain insight with respect to confronting the uncomfortable aspects of addressing suicide risk when engaged in direct conversation with clients, developing tools to take action and safety planning strategies surrounding client disclosures, and identifying and/or monitoring high risk individuals in the context of emotional symptoms and behavioral presentation. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 2 CE Credits.*


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! The QPR Method will teach you 3 simple steps that can help you prevent a suicide. This interactive training will bust common myths about suicide. Participants will increase their comfort level in working with suicidal clients. You will learn to recognize signs of suicidality, including situational, behavioral, and verbal clues. You will walk away with a better understanding of the nature of suicide and how to work with clients in a suicidal crisis. Earn 3 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” Previously Recorded Webinar! 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 class will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

Domestic Violence


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!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded webinar! The problem of Intimate Partner Violence is prevalent in society at large. While a diagnosis can be associated with the domestic violence, often the clinical focus may be on the diagnosis at the expense of dealing with the violence. This new training will increase the clinicians comfort level in working with DV to improve the emotional and physical safety of their the clients. Earn 3 CE Credits!

 

 

Pain Management


A New “CE You! Plus” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or 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 New “CE You! Plus” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Watch at your own pace. Earn 8 CME or 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


This “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar includes two top notch trainings. Class 1 will examine 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 and mental health settings. Class 2 looks at evidence based mental health approaches for working with immigrants suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety and PTSD. Participants learn the Psychological First Aid Approach used in crisis situations as well as the Cognitive Behavior Therapy Model and its uses in understanding this population’s responses to trauma. Class 2 is a Cultural Competence training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits including Cultural Competence!


A New “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This full day of training features 2 excellent classes. Class one is an ETHICS training that looks at addressing and preventing microaggressions in the therapy room. Class two examines the alarming increase in youth suicide rates in recent years among Hispanic, Black, Asian and Pacific Islander youth as well as the elevated risk of suicide among 2SLGBTQIA+ youth. We will explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural humility amongst providers and apply culturally responsive strategies in suicide prevention. Class 2 also meets the new Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training requirement. Earn up to 6 CE credits!


A New “CE You! Plus” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


Clinical psychologist Dr. Monique Swift offers deeper insights through a lens of cultural humility for practitioners working with Black clients and organizations serving the Black community. Participants will be equipped to better understand the historical context behind the present day psychological condition of Black people, review a model and operationalize key components of resilience, and describe a key construct, overlooked in mainstream psychology, pertinent to resilience in Black people. We will also learn a 3-pronged approach for strengthening resilience in Black people impacted by internalized racism/white supremacy. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Cultural Competence.*


Explore and reflect on your own views of race and racial bias with Dr. Monique Swift, PsyD, LMHC, LPC! Participants will also learn how our brains have a natural proclivity toward bias, as well as gain strategies for developing anti-bias clinical practice from a place of cultural humility. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers as well as the Maryland Implicit Bias requirement. This webinar can also be used for credits towards fulfilling the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Cultural Competence*


A “CE You! Plus” Friday Afternoon Webinar!
This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers.
This training will examine the current problem, historic roots, ethical implications, and potential solutions for the racism that has emerged systemically in our police system. Trainer Shane King, LCSW facilitates an Undoing Racism Middle Management group in the Bronx to inspire, support, and increase anti racist leadership. Earn 4 Ethics CE Credits.


A New “CE You! Plus” Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. All attendees earn 8 CME or CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Training Program. For DEA-Registered practitioners, this class fulfills your DEA 8 Hour opioid training requirement. This class is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to diagnose and treat Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) effectively. It focuses on key areas critical to providing culturally competent, evidence-based care. The course includes a comprehensive exploration of pain management and substance misuse, covering assessment, treatment planning, and opioid management, with a focus on recognizing signs of Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) in patients on prescribed opioids, and much more. This Class also meets criteria for DC Key Public Health Priorities. Watch at your own pace. Earn 8 CME or 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” Previously Recorded webinar! Gain invaluable insights into understanding and serving the veteran population in this upcoming webinar with Jacqueline Garrick, LCSW-C. Delve into the complexities of military culture, deployment, combat, and personal trauma, gaining a deeper understanding of the psychological impact of serving in war zones. Explore cultural and mental health-based risk factors associated with military service, and discover effective tools to build resilience for veterans and their families facing unique challenges. This class counts towards the Veteran health training requirement for CONNECTICUT and WEST VIRGINIA licensees. Earn 2 CE Credits!


A “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar! 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 class will help attendees gain competency and awareness of the community and unique elements for providing care. Earn 4 CE Credits.

 

 

LGBTQ – Cultural Competence


This essential course equips social workers and mental health professionals with the tools to create truly inclusive and affirming services. With therapist Katie Bingner, MS, LCPC as our guide, we’ll delve into recognizing diverse cultural values, beliefs, and practices within the LGBTQ+ community and beyond. Learn culturally sensitive communication and intervention strategies to ensure effective service delivery for all your clients. But inclusion goes deeper. We’ll explore how to identify and dismantle systemic barriers that create inequities for clients. You’ll gain the skills to advocate for policies and practices that promote social justice and dismantle discriminatory structures within systems and the broader community. We’ll also critically analyze the concepts of power, privilege, and oppression. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – LGBTQ Cultural Competence.*


A New “CE You! Plus” Full Day Webinar! This full day of training features 2 excellent classes. Class one is an ETHICS training that looks at addressing and preventing microaggressions in the therapy room. Class two examines the alarming increase in youth suicide rates in recent years among Hispanic, Black, Asian and Pacific Islander youth as well as the elevated risk of suicide among 2SLGBTQIA+ youth. We will explore strategies to break down barriers, increase cultural humility amongst providers and apply culturally responsive strategies in suicide prevention. Class 2 also meets the new Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training requirement. Earn up to 6 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” Previously Recorded Webinar! 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 class 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” Morning 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’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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 “CE You! Plus” all day Webinar! In Class 1 Kathryn Krase, PhD, JD, MSW, looks at reducing Implicit Bias and reducing barriers and disparities in access and delivery of health and mental health services. Class 2 explores the role of mandated reporting by applying foundational ethical principles through the lens of racial & social justice. Both classes meet DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. Class 1 also meets the MICHIGAN requirement for implicit bias and is a Maryland Anti-Oppressive Practice training. Earn up to 6 CE Credits!


Explore and reflect on your own views of race and racial bias with Dr. Monique Swift, PsyD, LMHC, LPC! Participants will also learn how our brains have a natural proclivity toward bias, as well as gain strategies for developing anti-bias clinical practice from a place of cultural humility. *This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers as well as the Maryland Implicit Bias requirement. This webinar can also be used for credits towards fulfilling the DC “Key Public Health Priorities” training criteria for DC licensees. This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Cultural Competence*


A “CE You! Plus” Morning 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’s evening webinar, 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 webinar also fulfills the NEW Implicit Bias requirement for MICHIGAN and MARYLAND licensees. This Live Webinar will include a pre and post test for Michigan Licensees to meet Michigan Implicit Bias Training Guidelines. This webinar meets the *NEW* Maryland Anti-Oppressive Social Work Practice content requirement for Social Workers. 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 “CE You! Plus” Previously Recorded Webinar!
Numerous studies have shown the impact that various forms of bias can have on the delivery of care. For example, the concerns of women who present for treatment are more often ignored than those of men who present for treatment. And, the concerns of Black women, in particular, are ignored at their peril. This class explores the role of implicit and explicit bias in defining the systems that provide care in America. This course also includes strategies for individual professionals, and professionals in collaboration, to use in order to reduce disparities in access to and delivery of physical and mental health care services. This course meets the “Implicit Bias Training” requirements for MICHIGAN licensees. Earn 1 CE/CME Credit!

 

Professional Boundaries


Join CE You moderator, therapist, and founder of “Therapy Connection”, Andrea Brognano, LMHC as we explore the ethics of professional boundaries. Participants will examine practitioners’ ethical obligation to maintain appropriate professional boundaries and why these boundaries are important, defining and recognizing the potential dangers of dual relationships, as well as identifying circumstances that could impair objectivity and professional judgment. This webinar can also be used for fulfilling the New York State “Professional Boundaries” continuing education requirement for Social Workers. *This webinar is live, real-time and interactive. Participants will earn 3 CE Credits – Ethics.*

 

 

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
  • 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: 3/27/2024-3/27/2027.

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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