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  • This multimedia course is based, in part, on Counselor Toolbox Podcast 173
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episodes 061 - Hardiness and Resilience 062 -Mindfulness and Relaxation for the Family
    $12.00 for 90 days
  • This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 069 -Helping Clients Deal with Grief and Episode 246 Helping Client's Deal with Grief Part 2
    $9.00 for 90 days
  • Learner Objectives • Describe formal and informal assessments including observation techniques during free and structured play as a part of daily routines and use of assessment information for developing and evaluating Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSP). (FDOH C7, C8, E5, E7, E9, E10) • Demonstrate an understanding of assessment terminology (e.g. mean, reliability, validity). (FDOH C5, E3) • Demonstrate an understanding of the diagnostic process and assessment model/approaches, including strength-based and family-driven assessment principles (FDOH C1, C2, C3) • Describe typical norm-referenced, criterion referenced and informal measures utilized in early intervention settings for various functions (screening, diagnosis, instructional planning). (FDOH C5) • Describe the functions of various assessment activities in early intervention including child find, screening, eligibility determination, ongoing assessment, and monitoring progress in intervention. (FDOH A5, E5) • Demonstrate an understanding of the following influences on assessment and identify resources to meet the unique needs of families. (FDOH C4) • Identify the use of open and focused observation, curriculum and norm-referenced tests, criterion-referenced checklists, interviews and parent report for data collection appropriate to different assessment functions and eligibility/program planning. (FDOH C5, E5, E9) • Describe the uses and abuses of assessment instruments and the limitations to administration and interpretation of assessments as applied to young children with special needs. (FDOH C5) • Identify alternative approaches to designing data collection systems to collect developmental and behavioral information on young children, including family-based assessment and transdisciplinary assessment. (FDOH C2, C3) • Describe approaches for observing child/environment interactions, including play environments daily routines, parent/infant and child/child interactions. (FDOH C2, E5) • Identify at least one instrument in each of several types of approaches to data collection (screening instrument, developmental assessment, informational interview, behavior rating, parent-child interaction scale, play observation). (FDOH C5, C6) • Identify and discuss the development of an IFSP and its importance in partnership with family members, incorporating both family goals and approaches, appropriate to the cognitive, affective, language and motor needs of the child. (FDOH C9, F1, F2, F5, G1, G12) • Discuss knowledge of assessment strategies to determine family concerns, priorities, and resources (FDOH C9
    $45.00 for 90 days
  • Based on Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition by Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes and on podcasts 290-332 Objectives ~Understanding Addiction ~Understanding Mental Health Issues ~Enhancing Motivation ~Goal Setting and Behavior Modification ~Learning Style and Temperament ~Mindfulness ~Physical Needs ~Creating Safety ~Feelings, emotions and reactions ~Coping Skills and defense mechanisms ~Relationships and codependency
    $35.00 for 90 days
  • Learn how to use the Journey to Recovery Workbook to guide substance abuse and co-occurring disorders treatment Objectives Examine cultural and human factors which have been identified as contributing to the development of addictions Explore the definition of addiction in terms of both chemical and behavioral/process addictions Discuss the function of addictions and reasons for use Review the Jellenik curve as it relates to the predictable path of addiction development Discuss methods for assisting clients in writing complete autobiographies and methods for using them to further the client's recovery process Explore the consequences of addictive behaviors and mental health disorders Learn how to use motivational techniques including the decisional balance exercise to help engage clients in the treatment process.
    $18.00 for 90 days
  • Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 170 Exploring the Many Facets of Anger
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Florida Board Approved Medical Error Prevention Course Learner Objectives Identify types of medical errors common in counseling and a comprehensive integrated system of care Discuss pain assessment and management techniques and how pain influences the comprehensive treatment process Identify common documentation and communication errors in counseling and among multidisciplinary teams which may lead to medical errors
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Based on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode #333
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives -Identify signs and causes of burnout -Explore techniques for burnout prevention
    $3.00 for 90 days
  • This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 057 -Mindfulness
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Learner Objectives • Explain why pain management matters. • Name various treatment team members. • List drug and non-drug treatment options. • Learn the three classes of analgesics. • Name goals of pain therapy. • Develop skills for communicating with a medical practitioner about pain. • Describe pain using numerical, verbal and visual scales. • Discuss concerns for use of opiod medication for pain treatment. • Discuss and describe the "Opiod Contract". • List the five classes of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. • Identify prevalence of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the U.S. • Compare and contrast Injection and Infusion therapies. • Identify benefits and drawbacks of various treatments. • Learn four stress management techniques. • Classify methods of pain management that can be completed by the client on their own. • Learn about promising new treatment options.
    $24.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: • Explore historic and well-established contemporary counseling theories, principles and techniques of counseling and their application in professional counseling settings • Discuss the causes of PTSD • Examine PTSD through a strengths-based lens • Identify tools to help patients deal with PTSD symptoms • Define Cognitive Processing Therapy • Explore the 12 Session Protocol for CPT • Examine complex trauma from a developmental and strengths-based lens • Identify interventions to help patients acquire the skills to mitigate the impact of complex trauma
    $18.00 for 30 days
  • Objectives: ~Define accountability ~Explore ways to enhance motivation and buy-in ~Review techniques for writing a relapse prevention plan that emphasizes accountability ~Identify 10 accountability techniques
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • This multimedia course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 5, 115 & 211 Videos can be found at View multimedia content at Objectives: ~Discuss Drug and Alcohol Dependency, Recovery, and Relapse ~Define Chemical Dependency/Addiction, its Effects & Treatment ~Learn About the Developmental Model of Recovery ~Compare The Developmental Model of Recovery With Traditional Models ~Learn How to Classify of Recovery/Relapse History ~Learn About Relapse Prevention Treatment ~Identify Basic Counseling Skills and Relapse Prevention Techniques ~Discuss Addictions Group Counseling ~Discuss How Group Work Differs From Individual Counseling ~Review Group Counseling Theory ~Discuss Group Goals and Principles ~Identify Warning Signs and Recovery Planning
    $30.00 for 90 days
  • This course is based on a Counselor Toolbox Episode 070 -Relapse Prevention During the Holidays
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives • Learn about sleep • The function of sleep • Sleep cycles • How much is enough • How lack of sleep contributes to feelings of depression, anxiety and irritability • Understand the connection between sleep and circadian rhythms • Learn techniques for sleep hygiene
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Based in part on TIP 41 from SAMHSA and Counselor Toolbox Episodes 128-131 LEARNER OBJECTIVES Identify the five models of group therapy currently used in substance abuse treatment and the three other types of groups that can be integrated into the five models Differentiate between 12-step self-help groups and interpersonal process groups Identify at least 10 advantages of group treatment Identify the three modifications that need to be made to group treatment in order to improve its effectiveness in substance abuse settings
    $60.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: Impact of Substance Abuse on Families Introduction Families With a Member Who Abuses Substances Other Treatment Issues Approaches to Therapy Differences in Theory and Practice Family Therapy for Substance Abuse Counselors Substance Abuse Treatment for Family Therapists Integrated Models for Treating Family Members
    $12.00 for 90 days
  • LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Describe the effects alcohol and drug usage can have on the HIV and AIDS disease process in patients. • Describe the roles alcohol and drug usage have in the contracting of HIV. • List the members involved in the collaborative care of patients with HIV and AIDS. • Describe some of the common myths about HIV and AIDS. • Describe the risk factors associated with contracting HIV. • Identify preventative measures to avoid contracting HIV. • List the items included on an HIV/AIDS Risk Assessment Checklist. • Describe HIV infection preventative measures. • Identify the goals of risk-reduction counseling. • Describe the process of testing for HIV infection. • Describe the factors involved in HIV pre- and post-test counseling. • Identify the requirements for reporting HIV and AIDS test results. • Generally describe how HIV is medically monitored. • Describe how clinicians can increase client’s adherence to HIV medication regimens and compliance with prescribed care plans. • Describe how the client’s gender, culture and sexuality orientation influence their compliance with treatment. • List events which may initiate client relapse. • Describe relapse prevention techniques. • Describe the counselor’s role in supporting the client with HIV or AIDS cope with issues of death, dying, grief and bereavement. • Identify steps involved in case management for the client with HIV or AIDS. • Identify the legal regulations and processes in place to protect and assist clients HIV or AIDS.
    $84.00 for 90 days

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