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Social Work and Criminal Justice: An Essential Partnership
Presented by Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
Course: #1067Level: Introductory1.25 Hour
Social workers are in a position to make profound contributions to the criminal justice system. This webinar explores the unique ways social workers can provide professional services in community-based settings (police departments, probation and parole, public defenders’ offices, courts) and correctional institutions. This webinar also explores ways social workers can educate criminal justice colleagues about complex factors that cause criminal behavior, promote crime prevention, and engage in criminal justice reform and advocacy.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in Social Work
Presented by Frederic G. Reamer, PhD
Course: #1064Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of complex boundary and dual relationship issues in social work. Dr. Frederic Reamer will present a typology of boundary challenges; include case examples; and discuss practical strategies to protect clients and help prevent lawsuits and ethics complaints.

Animal-Assisted Interventions to Enhance Social Work Practice
Presented by Yvonne Eaton-Stull, DSW, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1063Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course reviews the emerging, beneficial specialty practice of animal-assisted social work. The presenter shares practical knowledge of interventions and implementation with individuals and groups.

Motivational Interviewing: A Different Way of Looking At It
Presented by John Smith, PhD, LCSW
Course: #1057Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will cover the basics of Motivational Interviewing along with taking a practical look at how it can be used in most treatment settings.

Traumatic Grief: Where Trauma and Grief Intersect
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW, Leslie Davila, MS
Course: #1046Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
This course explores sudden, tragic, and/or unexpected loss through the lenses of trauma and grief and how they intersect under the definition of traumatic grief. In addition, this course identifies clinical approaches/concepts that can be applied to traumatic grief.

Florida: Rules & Laws
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
Course: #1050Level: Intermediate3 Hours
This is a compliance course for Florida Social Workers. This course focuses on the Rules and Laws that govern ethical social work practice in the state of Florida.

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Provider Number 50-29950.

Medical Errors, Patient Safety, and Root Cause Analysis: What you need to know
Presented by Susan Holmes-Walker, PhD, RN
Course: #1047Level: Introductory2.5 Hours
The primary goal of this course is to increase knowledge on the importance of preventing medical errors for social work professionals. A review of the principles of patient safety, risk prevention, and root cause analysis will provide a solid foundation on which to understand and apply lessons learned in clinical practice.

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling Provider Number 50-29950.

Psychosocial Screening in a Pediatric Hospital Setting
Presented by Michael Hoffman, PhD, MS, LCP
Course: #1042Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will present considerations for developing and implementing a psychosocial screening program within a pediatric hospital setting, including reviewing different types of screening, selecting specific measures, and scoring. This course will also cover topics such as a tiered model of psychosocial service, dissemination, and implementation, and briefly touch on research considerations.

Suicide and Self-Harm in the Elderly
Presented by Teresa Fair-Field, OTD, OTR/L
Course: #1028Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will discuss the signs that go beyond depression to reveal active suicidal or self-harm risk. We will address the prevalence of suicidality in long-term care settings, elevated risks in care transitions, steps to improve the comfort and ability to conduct effective interviews and risk assessments, the Baby Boomer cohort effect, and provide clinical tips and resources.

Disenfranchised Grief: When Grief and Grievers Are Unrecognized
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1013Level: Introductory1 Hour
Grief is disenfranchised when others avoid talking to someone about a painful loss or use a cliché that minimizes that loss. When this happens, the visible evidence of the grief tends to disappear from public sight. Essentially, when a loss is minimized, the griever may feel tentative or inhibited about grieving the loss publicly.