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Ageism 101
Presented by Makieya Kamara, MSW, MNL, LCSW
Course: #1365Level: Introductory1 Hour
As the population in the United States grows older it is imperative that those working with older adults have a working understanding of ageism. It is predicted that older adults will outnumber children by 2034. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic has instigated adverse conditions for ageism to enter the mainstream. This course explores critical reflection on age from a social constructionist perspective and the path to ageism experienced by older adults, and how understanding this path is essential for social work practice at every level.

Teleology: An Outcome-based Approach to Ethical Decision-making with Clients
Presented by Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD
Course: #1357Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
In this workshop, participants learn how to apply teleology, an approach to managing challenging ethical issues by exploring options for solution and choosing the option that has the “best consequences”. In this workshop, participants also learn how to engage clients, coworkers, and supervisees in collaborative discussions using conflict resolution and a problem-solving approach for ethical dilemmas related to self-determination, informed consent, conflict of interest, documentation, client abandonment, safety, and cultural humility.

Suicide in Primary Care: Screening, Assessment, and Intervention
Presented by Lauren Dennelly, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1361Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course includes detailed information on screening for suicide in primary care settings and offers participants an opportunity to learn and apply evidence-based screening tools and interventions to fictional case study examples.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Health Care: It's Not Just Black and White - Access to Healthcare
Presented by Susan Holmes-Walker, PhD, RN
Course: #1336Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This webinar is the third in a series of webinars that address diversity, equity, and inclusion in healthcare. This webinar focuses on access and the impact of implicit bias on access to healthcare services, quality of service, and service delivery. In addition, this webinar provides tools for facilitating and implementing effective diversity and inclusion initiatives.

Traumatic Identities, Forgiveness, and Empathy
Presented by Kristen Discola, PhD
Course: #1356Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
This webinar is the second in a series exploring the complex and multifaceted effects of trauma. This webinar explores various definitions and types of forgiveness, and focuses on the factors that impact the likelihood of forgiveness and the effects of cultural proximity upon the forgiveness process. In addition, the course explores the connection between cultural proximity, empathy (both speculative and experiential), and forgiveness following trauma.

Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse Training - Kentucky Requirement
Presented by Katrinna M. Matthews, DSW, MEd, LAPSW, Kim Anderson, PhD, MSSW, LCSW, Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #1358Level: Intermediate3.5 Hours
This three-part course is designed to provide training on intimate partner violence (IPV) and elder abuse. This course explores the causes, prevalence, and impact of IPV and elder abuse on victims as well as children and extended family. In addition, this training discusses how to address IPV and elder abuse, understanding lethality and risk, legal means of protection, mandated reporting, intervention, and resources.

Documentation in Social Work for Private Practitioners
Presented by Gabrielle Juliano-Villani, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1341Level: Advanced1 Hour
In this training, clinicians learn how to effectively document medical necessity in progress notes, what should be included in notes to justify treatment, and how to link the treatment justification to the treatment plans to meet insurers' standards (including Medicare and Medicaid). This course will also explore the ethics associated with social work documentation.

Substance Use & Recovery in the Military and Veterans
Presented by Heather Moshier, MBA, CAADC, LSW
Course: #1346Level: Intermediate1 Hour
We know that individuals impacted by substance use disorder can recover, yet subpopulations may experience greater difficulties than their counterparts. This webinar provides an overview of the connection of SUD in the Military and Veterans and helps professionals understand tenants and pathways to recovery for this population, and identifies why purpose is needed in recovery.

Clinical Social Work Skills
Presented by Nadia Tourinho, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C
Course: #1335Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course reviews the essential clinical competencies that must be developed to provide effective treatment. In addition, this course highlights fundamental techniques to enhance your clinical prowess, and reviews modern evidence-based methods such as, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). Last, this course focuses on adaptability, as all treatment plans must be able to "meet the client where they are" and how to effectively terminate treatment.

School-Based Approaches for Promoting Positive Behaviors
Presented by Tanika Johnson, EdD, MA, LPC-MHSP, LMHC, NCC, BC-TMH, CCTP
Course: #1349Level: Intermediate4 Hours
This four part course is designed to provide applicable interventions for targeting challenging behaviors in schools. The course explores functional behavioral assessment and the creation of effective behavioral intervention plans. In addition, this course provides evidence-based behavioral interventions that distinguish challenging behaviors and promote positive behaviors. This course also explores application of behavioral interventions and methods of measuring progress.

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