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  • Based in Part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 350-351 (Video Versions are available at allceus.com/YouTube) Course Objectives -Post Traumatic Stress and the development of gambling issues -Issues related to the co-occurrence of food addiction and gambling disorder -Explore financial interventions with problem gamblers -Learn about triggers for problem gambling and related issues in the elderly -Review the relationship between gambling and domestic violence -Review the literature related to patients with alexthymia who also have gambling disorder. -Identify issues and interventions related to treatment of persons with bipolar disorder and gambling problems -Explore the public stigma of gambling issues -Identify unique concerns, issues and recommendations for people with gambling issues who use internet gambling modalities.
    $72.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives - Identify grief, trauma and depression triggers - Explore ways to deal with them Trauma and Grief - Trauma results when people feel a lack of control, disempowerment and unsafeness - Grief is commonly associated with a sense of powerlessness over the loss of something important (people, pets, faith, ability to do what you feel you “should”) - Grief can be traumatic - Trauma almost always results in losses to be grieved
    $3.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: -Learn about the inner child -Examples of behaviors that can traumatize the IC -Impacts of trauma on the IC -Core issues faced by many people with a wounded IC -Strategies to being healing the IC
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: -Define Neuro-Atypical -Explore how they may experience the world differently -Reflect on experiences not traumatic to people who are neurotypical may be traumatic to those who are neuroatypical -Hypothesize about how common parenting practices might be traumatic and overwhelming to the infant/toddler who is neuro-atypical -ACEs in individuals who are neuroatypical -TIC for people who are neuroatypical
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Learner Objectives • Describe prenatal development and birth process. Demonstrate awareness of the critical development that occurs during the prenatal period to three years of age. (FDOH B-1) • Define, discuss and apply major theories of human growth and development (e.g., Erikson, Vygotsky, Piaget) and the interrelatedness of the developmental domains. (FDOH B-2) • Distinguish between differences related to cultural practices (ethnic and regional) and educational delays, as these differences relate to coaching families in ways to help their children make developmental progress. (FDOH B-3, B-14) • Describe the etiology and symptomology of common developmental disabilities or conditions in young children and their developmental effect, including disorders of central and peripheral nervous system; bones muscles and joints; genetics, metabolic and gastrointestinal tract; heart, lungs and circulation; chronic illness; sensory systems; and learning disabilities/cognitive delay. (FDOH B-3,B-4,B-5,B-7) • Identify characteristics of physical contexts influencing development and learning. (FDOH B-7, B-3, B-4) • Describe sequences, characteristics, and interrelationships in development across domains, including attachment and social/emotional development, sensory perceptual and motor development, development of knowledge and understanding, development of communication and language. (FDOH B-14, B-7, B-6, B-5, B-4) • Describe theoretical and research models regarding interactions between disabilities, risk factors, environments and development. (FDOH B-14, B-6, B-7, B-5, B-4, B-3) • Identify potential effects of general and specific disabilities, delays, or risk factors of parent-child interactions and on different domains of development. These include attachment and social/emotional development, sensory perceptual and motor development, development of knowledge and understanding, development of communication and language, environmental/cultural, abuse and/or neglect, biological, prematurity, birth trauma, and parental involvement. (FDOH B-3, B-14, B-7, B-4) • Explain variations in development that may be the result of a disability or health condition and their potential affect on future development. (FDOH B-7, B-4, B-6)
    $45.00 for 90 days
  • Learn how to use the Journey to Recovery Workbook to guide substance abuse and co-occurring disorders treatment https://www.youtube.com/user/allceuseducation/search?query=journey 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
  • The Neurobiological Impact of Psychological Trauma: The HPA-Axis (Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode 112) Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders Part 2: Physiology of Addiction and Mental Health Issues (Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode 111) Introduction to Neurobiology: Dopamine, GABA, Serotonin, Acetylcholine (Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode 007)
    $42.00 for 90 days
  • Examine the effects of traumatic stress Learn about normal brain development across the lifespan Explore the neurobiology of PTSD Highlight the changes in cognition and brain structure associated with PTSD Identify crucial components to effective PTSD treatment Examine the effects of pharmacotherapy on brain function Learn about the function hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis in the stress response systems, and abnormalities in the HPA axis in persons with PTSD Identify specific neurochemicals implicated in the development of PTSD including chatecholamines, serotonin, amino acids (specifically GABA) and peptides.
    $18.00 for 90 days
  • Based on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 114, 156 Cognitive Therapy with Anxiety, Chronic Conditions and PTSD;
    $27.00 for 90 days
  • • Evaluate the strengths, basic objectives, and the delivery of Psychological First Aid, including when and for whom the interventions would be appropriate. • Review the methods used to contact and engage disaster survivors, enhance immediate and ongoing safety, to provide physical and emotional comfort, and to offer practical help to survivors. • Examine ways to help establish brief or ongoing contacts with primary support persons or other sources of support, including family members, friends, and community helping resources, and determine methods to link survivors with available collaborative services needed at the time or in the future. • Identify common psychological reactions to traumatic experiences and losses, particularly the differences in how children, adolescents, adults, and older adults react and cope https://www.youtube.com/user/allceuseducation/search?query=first
    $21.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives This course is designed to familiarize the clinician with the psychosocial issues of diabetes, kidney disease, and chronic conditions and provide them with tools to assist in management of the psychosocial aspects of these conditions. Additionally, since the diagnosis of a chronic condition or development of a disability can be traumatic, and since the majority of people have experienced some level of trauma in their lives, participants will also explore the psychosocial aspects of trauma and ways to assist their clients in dealing with that trauma.
    $51.00 for 120 days
  • Objectives • Explore the causes of PTSD • Examine PTSD through a strengths-based lens • Identify tools to help patients deal with PTSD symptoms • Define complex trauma • 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 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 • Explore PTSD symptoms in terms of how they are a way the brain is trying to help the person survive. • Review the Neurobiological Impact of Psychological Trauma • Identify potential interventions to help clients better manage these symptoms.
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives: • Explore crisis/ disaster counseling • Define Rape Trauma Stress Disorder • Identify characteristics of persons with RTSD • Discuss interventions for RTSD
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • $9.00 for 90 days
  • Based on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 151 and 30 Video and text materials are also provided as an option for those who prefer to learn by reading.
    $6.00 for 90 days

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