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Working with LGBTQIA+ Older Adults: Clinical Considerations

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Shari L Johnson, M.S.W., ACSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 CEs are available for $10 fee. Review CE accreditation and approvals for this course on tab above. In this interactive virtual workshop, participants will receive a working understanding of LGBTQIA+ older adult communities. Next, attendees will be guided through an experience meant […]

$65 – $85

Mental Health in the Childbearing Year

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Gretchen Davidson, LICSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 CEs are available for $10 fee. Review CE accreditation and approvals for this course on tab above. The childbearing year is a time of enormous physical, emotional and cultural transition. Many new parents report feeling overwhelmed, isolated, depressed and anxious. Some develop mood and […]

$65 – $85

The Whiteness of Fear: Fanon, Phobogenesis and Dehumanization

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Lisa L. Moore, M.S.W., Ph.D. Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 CEs are available for $10 fee. Review CE accreditation and approvals for this course on tab above. This course will introduce attendees to the concept of phobogenesis, a concept French psychiatrist Frantz Fanon crafted to elaborate on the ways whiteness operationalizes the […]

$70 – $90

Understanding Financial Behavioral Health: Considerations for Clinicians

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Jeffrey Anvari-Clark, Ph.D., MA, LMSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 CEs are available for $10 fee. Financial concerns can have a profound impact on behavioral health, yet the financial domain is rarely addressed in clinical practice. Within social work, teaching financial content is now prescribed by CSWE, and financial issues are highlighted […]

$70 – $90

Assisting Teens and Families in Joint Decision Making in Serious Illness

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Caitlin Scanlon, M.S.W., LCSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 Adolescence is a time when individuals are navigating autonomy. When experiencing illness, adolescents are working to balance desired autonomy while coping with dependence and vulnerability consequent to their illness. Experts recommend that adolescents have developmentally-appropriate involvement in decision-making, yet our medical system often […]

$80 – $90
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Mentalization Based Treatment

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Joan Lesser, Ph.D, LICSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 6 CEs Mentalization Based Treatment (MBT) is a recent psychoanalytic extension of attachment theory and research. MBT places strong emphasis on the relationship between attachment and mentalizing situated within the broader developmental gene-environment context. The multidimensional nature of mentalization will be addressed with attention […]

$150 – $165

Increasing adaptive racial socialization in Black boys: a psychodynamic analysis

Webinar

Live Interactive Webinar Instructor: Huey Hawkins, Jr., Ph.D., LCSW Level: Intermediate CEs: 3 CEs Black men living in America have been designated as an “endangered species” for a variety of reasons, namely the targeting and violence done to young Black men by police. Such experiences leave the parents of young Black boys to worry on […]

$80 – $90

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