4 Clinical and 2 Social & Cultural CEs - This course will provide detailed insight and awareness to the experience, training and perspective of law enforcement officers to assist mental health professionals in working with and building partnerships with law enforcement.
Presented by: Meghan Corrigan, LCSW, LCADC, Lieutenant John Morrin, & Renee White ESQ
$40.00 - $132.00 (depends on options selected)
20 Clinical CEs - Interested in supervising colleagues on the path to their LCSW? This workshop has been approved by the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners as satisfying the 20 hours of post-graduate course work necessary to becoming a clinical supervisor. You must be present for each day of the workshop to receive credit.
Presented by: Scottie Urmey, LCSW, TEP
5 Clinical CEs - This workshop is designed to introduce the skills and techniques necessary in the treatment of food and eating related issues. Participants will: differentiate between normal and disordered eating, identify different dynamics of eating such as dieting, bingeing and compulsive eating; and, practice techniques such as mindful eating, self-soothing, and detailed inquiry.
Presented by: Leigh Garfield, LCSW, BCD
5 Social & Cultural Competence - Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women – more than car accidents, muggings, and rapes combined. This workshop will provide an overview of what constitutes domestic violence. Participants will increase their understanding of domestic violence and its impact on survivors, learn the warning signs and symptoms, and become familiar with available resources.
Presented by: Monique Pearlman, MSW, LSW
3 Clinical CEs - Join us for this hands-on workshop at Bluemont Equine Sanctuary. Participants will engage in a hands-on demonstration mimicking a psychotherapy session. At this training participants will learn the basics of equine behavior, its benefits in the therapeutic setting, various intervention techniques, how to refer clients, and what further training is needed to do this type of work.
Presented by: Sara Velez & Brooke Lichter
3 General CE - Throughout this workshop, participants will learn about the role of the palliative care social worker, how palliative care differs from hospice care, and will further discuss palliative care and the aging population.
Presented by: Lauren Parks-McGill, MSW, LSW
2 General CEs -This workshop will focus on how to create and implement a Return to Learn Plan for youth and students who have required a fit to return and/or safety assessment, who have been hospitalized, or who have completed a particle hospitalization or IOP program.
Presented by: Nicole Nolan, MPP, LCSW
3 Clinical CEs - Psychological Trauma and Addictions is one of the largest public health issues facing our society. In this training, you will learn the most up-to-date theoretical models in integrated treatment of trauma and addictions, as well as, ways to incorporate skills and techniques into an integrated treatment approach.
Presented by: Aubrey B. Hunt, LCSW, LCADC, CCS
5 Clinical CEs - This presentation brings visibility to the experience of traumatic childbirth. Participants will: learn the essential components of traumatic birth; identify risk factors for developing PTSD due to childbirth; discuss the impact of traumatic birth on women’s health; disparities in minority maternal health and understanding the consequences of chronic PTSD on mom, baby & partner.
Presented by: Geraldine “Gerry” Viggiani, LCSW, LCADC, PMH-C
5 Clinical CEs - During this fun and interactive workshop, attendees will learn different ways to use activities and games to engage with clients to help them achieve their mental health goals. Attendees should bring their own games or activities they want to turn into therapeutic games.
Presented by: Erin Nau, Ph.D, LCSW