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CE Courses for Georgia Composite Board of Professional Counselors, Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists Social Workers, Counselors, and Marriage & Family Therapists

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This webinar presents the criteria for Anxiety Disorders as described in the DSM-V and discusses the appropriate medications to be used when treating each type of anxiety disorder. The presentation...  Read More

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This course deals with drug and recovery cultures. It includes an explanation of what drug cultures are and their role in substance abuse treatment as well as: how drug cultures...  Read More

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This course examines behavioral health treatment for major racial and ethic groups. It includes: Counseling for African and Black Americans. Counseling for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and other Pacific Islanders,...  Read More

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This course examines pursuing organizational cultural competence. It includes organization values, governance, planning, evaluation and monitoring, language service, workforce and staff development, and organization infrastructure. It has tasks within each...  Read More

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This course examines trauma specific services in trauma-informed care. It includes: trauma-specific treatment models, Addiction and Trauma Recovery Integration Model (ATRIUM), Beyond Trauma: A Healing for Women, Concurrent Treatment of...  Read More

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This course address clinical issues across services. It includes: trauma-informed prevention and treatment objectives, treatment issues and making referrals to trauma-specific services, building trust, building resilience, pacing and timing, grief...  Read More

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This course discusses screening and assessment in trauma informed care. It includes: barrier and challenges to trauma-informed screening and assessment, cross-cultural screening and assessment, choosing instruments, and trauma-informed screening and...  Read More

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This review discusses the importance of investigating both sex and gender differences in addiction and relapse in studies of humans and in animal models. Addiction is both a cultural and...  Read More

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This course examines a singular effective treatment for co-occurring PTSD and addiction. The authors chose to study women, as they prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder is markedly higher in women...  Read More

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This course examines a sociocultural perspective of trauma informed care. It includes: before you begin, structure of the TIP, what is trauma?, trauma matters in behavioral health services, trauma-informed intervention...  Read More

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This course focuses on trauma awareness. It includes: types of trauma, natural trauma, human caused trauma, individual, group, and mass traumas, community trauma, interpersonal trauma, historical trauma, IPV, adverse childhood...  Read More

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This report presents outcomes from the national evaluation of demonstration and expansion and sustainability grants. The evaluation of these grantees provides a resource to identify service practices that are best...  Read More

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This is a methodology and research intensive course that course examines the use of Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROM’s) for quantifying and qualifying and later improving the treatment of common...  Read More

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This course examines the link between family violence and adolescent self-control, and how in impacts adolescence. It is a meta-analysis totaling of 20,000 participants. Theoretical moderators of age, country and...  Read More

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This course discusses adapting two evidence based treatments for substance use disorder so that they are culturally appropriate for American Indian/Alaska Native populations. A small random control trial is conducted...  Read More

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This course examines children in South Africa who became orphans as a result of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Orphanhood is associated with a significant detrimental impact on child mental health outcomes....  Read More

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This course examines the need to engage men in psychotherapy and improve help-seeking, given low treatment engagement and high rates of suicide. It explores: clarifying structure, building rapport and a...  Read More

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This report addresses the problem of mass violence in the United States and, specifically, the extent to which mental illness is or is not contributing to this social pathology. The...  Read More

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This course examines culturally responsive evaluation and treatment planning. It includes the 9 steps important in evaluation and treatment planning: Step 1-Engage Clients, Step 2-Familiarize Clients and Their Families With...  Read More

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This course discusses core competencies for counselors and other clinical staff. It includes: core counselor competencies self-assessment for individual cultural competence, self-knowledge, and cultural knowledge of behavioral health. It has...  Read More

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