Continuing Education

  • 3 Clinical CEs - This workshop delves into Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), offering practical strategies for addressing the psychological needs of children with PTSD, depression, and anxiety. Participants will learn trauma-informed, multicultural approaches for building strong therapeutic relationships in both individual and joint sessions for children and caregivers.
    Presented by: Ausirys Alvis & Yesenia Perez

    Price:

    $60.00

  • 3 Clinical CEs - Dive into DBT with this interactive workshop for clinicians. Explore key modules – mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness – learning practical skills to support teens and adults facing mental health challenges and relationship issues.
    Presented by: Nicolle Steakin, LCSW, CCTP, C-DBT & Lindsay Thein, LCSW, LCADC, SAC

    Price:

    $60.00

  • 3 Social & Cultural Competence CEs - Discover essential insights in our 3-hour asynchronous workshop: “LGBTQI+ Older Adults and Older Adults Living with HIV.” Dive into the NJ LGBTQI+ Senior Bill of Rights through six expertly-crafted modules. Learn from the field-leading experts on discrimination, health equity, and creating safe spaces. Empower yourself to make a positive impact.

    Meets criteria for MU Certificate in Aging.

    Price:

    $60.00

  • 5 Clinical Social Work CEs or 5 Nursing Contact Hours - This workshop is suitable for those that want to develop & reinforce skills and those that are new to practice. It covers practical skills for practitioners in Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its applications in behavior change. Participants will explore MI’s focus on change talk and learn techniques for eliciting and enhancing client motivation for meaningful behavioral changes.
    Presented by: Bernard Showers

    Price:

    $110.00

  • 2 Clinical CEs - Learn how the brain responds to information and how neurological differences impact the way an individual interacts with the world. We will introduce participants to the neuro-science behind being “quirky.” We will examine the impact of processing differences on communication, social ability and understanding, and then examine how the nervous system’s responses cause or exacerbate anxiety, depression, behaviors and more.
    Presented by: Alexandra Freer

    Price:

    $40.00

  • 5 Clinical CEs - This workshop focuses on the neuroscience of processing deficits and their impact on behavior, examining how they relate to various disorders such as PDA, ODD, spectrum disorders, sensory processing disorders, anxiety, depression, and ADD/ADHD. It will focus on developing empowering intervention plans using effective modalities, welcoming participants to bring their own cases for discussion.
    Presented by: Alexandra Freer

    Price:

    $110.00

  • 3 General CEs - Discover how to empower marginalized individuals and families in this 3-hour virtual workshop. Learn about how relational personhood and the person-centered approach, and explore strategies to create meaningful and dignified experiences for those in marginalized status. Join frontline social workers in advocating for transformative change.
    Presented by: Tawanda Hubbard, Ph.D. (cand.), DSW, MSW, LCSW

    Price:

    $60.00

  • 5 Ethics CEs - This workshop highlights the essential connection between ethics and professional well-being for social workers, focusing on self-care challenges. Participants will explore the updated NASW Code of Ethics, recognize their ethical duty to prioritize self-care, and gain practical strategies for sustainable practice.
    Presented by: Scottie Urmey, LCSW, TEP & Patricia Hannah, LCSW

    Price:

    $110.00