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Talking to Kids About Sex: Trauma-Informed, Inclusive, and Ethical Sex Education for Youth
Presented by Giselle Levin, PsyD
Course: #1652Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This intermediate course provides therapists with foundational knowledge and skills for opening up conversations about sex with children and adolescents. The course outlines sexual development in children and adolescents, discusses fundamentals of effective sex education with youth, and describes methods for ensuring that sex education is both trauma-informed and LGBT-inclusive. Ethical considerations and guidelines for clinical practice are discussed.

Achieving Resiliency After Trauma: Ways to Support Symptom Relief
Presented by Samantha Silverman, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1727Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This course focuses on educating clinicians on interventions for trauma informed care. This course briefly delves into empirically researched interventions to help trauma survivors achieve growth after trauma.

Ethical Interventions in Working with Immigrant and Refugee Clients
Presented by Rachel Singer, PhD
Course: #1599Level: Intermediate2 Hours
By the very nature of their flight from hardship, refugees experience high rates of mental health disorders, including depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Recognizing the particular vulnerability of this population, it is imperative that clinicians are adequately prepared to provide ethical and culturally competent treatment using evidence-based interventions. This course will identify potential ethical concerns that may arise in treating this population, and further investigate strategies for mitigating these challenges, and it will further provide an overview of multicultural components for providing clinical support for immigrant, refugee, and asylee clients.

Working with Survivors of Human Trafficking for Health Care Providers
Presented by Hannah Halbreich, MSW, LICSW
Course: #1670Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
An introduction to human trafficking for professionals working in health care settings. Topics covered include important terminology, the different types of human trafficking, and the scope of the problem within the United States. How to recognize the signs and risk factors for trafficking and conducting trauma-informed screenings for victims is also reviewed.

The Pyramid Model in Early Childhood: Improving Social Emotional Competence and Reducing Challenging Behaviors - Part 1
Presented by Pamelazita Buschbacher, EdD, CCC-SLP
Course: #1668Level: Introductory2 Hours
Challenging behaviors in young children are often met with exclusion from settings considered essential for development. However, when correctly set up, community, school, and therapy environments can facilitate growth when employing supportive, evidence-based methods. This course explains the Pyramid Model, an approach promoting social-emotional skills acquisition to minimize problematic behaviors in children 18 months to 7 years old.

Tinnitus and Trauma: Clinical Implications for Working with Tinnitus
Presented by Jennifer Gans, PsyD
Course: #1562Level: Introductory2 Hours
This course explains why tinnitus can trigger a traumatic response and get the brain "locked in" to the sensation. It discusses the Tinnitus Trifecta that causes and maintains bothersome tinnitus, provides effective management tools (the Tinnitus Healing Triad) to help patients, and highlights the vital role of therapists in reducing tinnitus suffering.

Clinical Implications of Trauma Work: Identifying, Remediating and Buffering Against the Interpersonal, Ethical and Professional Pitfalls of Addressing Trauma
Presented by Aaron Gillespie, PsyD
Course: #1563Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course explores essential aspects of clinical practice, emphasizing their dual importance in comprehension and guiding clinician behavior in personal and professional settings when working with trauma survivors. Topics covered include the impact of trauma work on clinicians, proactive self-care, ethical and legal considerations, and practical measures for clinician well-being when working with trauma in real-life situations.

Repressive Coping, Trauma, and Behavioral Change
Presented by Benjamin Ampel
Course: #1553Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course will explore the repressive coping style. Specifically, this course will contextualize repressive coping in an emotional regulation framework, and then explore how repressors present in clinical settings, how well repressors cope with severe trauma and loss, and how they respond to clinical settings. A special emphasis will be placed on how repressors cope with bereavement and other emotional trauma.

Youth Experiencing Homelessness and Human Trafficking: Use of Motivational Interviewing to Move Beyond Engagement
Presented by Cheryl Pooler, DSW, LCSW
Course: #1732Level: Intermediate1.08 Hours
Motivational interviewing (MI) is an evidence-based clinical approach focusing on change. This webinar explores the use of MI with homeless/foster youth who have been trafficked and how to move beyond engagement effectively. This course is Part 2 of a two-part series. Part 1 of this series is available in the course library.

What is EMDR?
Presented by Heather Moshier, MBA, CAADC, LSW
Course: #1709Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
EMDR Therapy is an evidence-based treatment option. This course explores EMDR Therapy and offers insight and education on the AIP model, theory, and components of EMDR therapy. In addition, this course will explore clinical implications. This course is designed for therapists who are not trained in EMDR Therapy.

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