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  • 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
  • Objectives

    • Learn why these habits contribute to recovery from addiction and mood issues and techniques to help clients implement them
      • Awareness and Authenticity
      • Acceptance
      • Gratitude
      • Compassion
      • Breathing
      • Purposeful action and Long-Term Goals
      • Back-Talk
      • Thought Conditioning
      • Be Sense-sational

    Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 175 Models and Theories of Co-Occurring Disorders

    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives

    • Explain how trauma informed practices and trauma specific services can enhance client retention, treatment outcomes and organizational standing
    • Understand the difference between trauma-informed and trauma-specific services
    • Demonstrate knowledge of how trauma affects diverse people throughout their lifespans and with different mental health problems, cognitive and physical disabilities, and substance use issues
    • Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of trauma on diverse cultures with regard to the meanings various cultures attach to trauma and the attitudes they have regarding behavioral health treatment
    • Identify the 16 components of trauma informed care
    • Describe the impact of trauma on the individual, family and community
    • Review best practices for trauma screening and assessment
    • Develop an understanding of behavior as communication which may have been learned or developed as a way of coping with trauma and will learn skills and tools to enhance rapport, motivation and client activation.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of the variety of ways clients express stress reactions
    • Describe how these reactions “make sense” from a survival/reinforcement perspective
    • Identify ways to help clients develop alternate responses while maintaining personal power and a sense of safety
    • Give examples of when clients trauma histories may have triggered the use of : Avoidance, aggression, passivity
    • Learn approaches to enhance client empowerment and choice.
    • Explore approaches to trauma-informed crisis intervention
    • Identify biopsychosocial interventions that can assist in the recovery from trauma.
    • Learn ways to enhance mindfulness
    • Explore techniques for addressing cognitive distortions
    $72.00 for 120 days
  • Objectives

    • Identify the organizational costs of employee turnover
    • Define trauma
    • Explore the effects of trauma and HPA-Axis dysregulation
    • Identify problematic employee behaviors and explore how they might relate to prior trauma
    • Discuss sources of trauma (or trauma re-enactment) in the workplace
    • Explain what a trauma organized system is.
    • Explain how trauma contributes to employee stress, behavioral issues and turnover.
    • Identify at least 10 common workplace stressors and bad habits that contribute to turnover
    • Explain how trauma informed processes are at work and need to be addressed not only in clients, but also staff (mitigating trauma)
    • Give at least three examples of behavior as a form of communication
    • Describe characteristics of healthy organizations
    • Identify interventions for sources of workplace stress and turnover
    • Effectively use the psychological flexibility matrix to chart helpful and unhelpful responses to situations
    • Explain behavioral principles underlying behavior and behavior change.
    • Demonstrate ability to explore the benefits and drawbacks of all behaviors to better understand how to motivate change.Learn techniques to create a healthy trauma-informed organizational culture that inspires growth and reduces turnover.
    • Learn about the SELF Model (Safety, Emotional Management, Loss, Future) and apply it to workplace events and employee behavior
    • Use the SELF Model to solve complex problems and develop a sense of purpose instead of abandoning the organization.
    • Learn ways to encourage people to grow and adapt to change
    • Provide at least 3 examples of activities to help staff create a vision of a healthy workplace and rewarding career that inspires purposeful action
    • Identify at least 5 ways to demonstrate a that diversity and participation is valued
    • Discuss ways to build a culture of democracy
    • Give at least 3 examples of ways to model nonviolence and enhance safety
    • Define emotional intelligence
    • Discuss the benefits of emotional regulation
    • Explain the benefits and process of developing a system of open communication
    • Develop a plan for how to create a commitment to growth and change based in social responsibility in their work settings
    • Demonstrate an understanding of the characteristics of healthy organizations and how to use principles of motivation and behavior change to encourage these characteristics.
    • Learn the principles of motivational interviewing
    • Demonstrate the ability to effectively use motivational interviewing with staff to address factors that impair motivation
    • Describe at least 3 interventions that can be used to enhance the development of a staff community
    • Explain the principles of positive, strengths-based management and apply those principles to scenarios based on current or past staff issues.
    $60.00 for 120 days
  • Objectives
    • Define motivational interviewing
    • Define rolling with resistance
    • Define the FRAMES approach
    • Identify effective techniques for increasing motivation
    This multimedia course for counselors, social workers, pastoral staff and marriage and family therapists is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Podcast 43, 202, 203. Text-based materials are also provided in the course for those who prefer to learn by reading.
    $12.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives:

    • Explore historic and well-established contemporary counseling theories, principles and techniques of counseling and their application in professional counseling settings;
    • Define Readiness
    • Learn how to use the readiness ruler
    • Identify the 4 types of precontemplators
    • Identify processes people use to move through the stages of change
    • Explore the TransTheoretical Model of Change
    • Discuss the 7 steps in the change process
    $12.00 for 90 days

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