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Navigating the Stigma, Discrimination, & Psychosocial Impact of HIV/AIDS
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
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Course: #122Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Every social worker will encounter clients who have or may have HIV or AIDS. This course addresses the stigma, discrimination, and psychosocial impact of HIV/AIDS.

HIV/AIDS: Transmission & Infection Control Considerations
Presented by A.U. Bankaitis, PhD, FAAA
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Course: #128Level: Introductory2 Hours
The purpose of this course is to educate allied health care professionals on HIV fundamentals. Incidence, transmission, and infection control considerations relevant to patient management will be outlined.

Understanding and Treating Collective Trauma in the Age of Covid-19
Presented by Tiffany Hall, MS, LMFT
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Course: #117Level: Advanced1 Hour
In this course, participants will learn about collective trauma and its effects on individuals during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Participants will be able to identify various types of traumatic responses and clinical interventions to treat them.

Mental Healthcare for Gender Minority Youth
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
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Course: #115Level: Introductory1 Hour
Every social worker will encounter clients who identify as transgender or as another gender minority. This introductory course offers terminology and foundational clinical guidance on the population.

Breaking the Cycle of Stress: Stress Management Tools for Social Workers
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #112Level: Introductory1 Hour
As helping professionals, stress management and burnout prevention are key to lasting in the field and in our careers. In this course, you’ll learn how this stress triggers the “cycle of stress”, how to break this cycle and practical tools to help you better manage it on a daily basis.

Rethink Your Daily Routines to Reduce Stress
Presented by Jessi Andricks, MS, CCC-SLP
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Course: #113Level: Introductory1 Hour
Daily schedules and routines are often set-up in ways that build stress. In this webinar, you’ll learn strategies to rethink your daily routines and use them to reduce your stress.

Courageous Conversations on Racism and Religious Bigotry: Engaging Clients and Colleagues
Presented by Allan Barsky, JD, MSW, PhD
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Course: #110Level: Intermediate1.5 Hour
This webinar demonstrates a practical framework for engaging clients and colleagues in courageous conversations about potentially challenging topics: racism and religious bigotry. Participants will learn specific theories, strategies, and skills for dealing with expressions of racism or religious bigotry within a therapeutic or professional relationship.

A Social Worker’s Introduction to HIV/AIDS
Presented by Kryss Shane, MS, MSW, LSW, LMSW
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Course: #111Level: Introductory1 Hour
Every social worker will encounter clients who have HIV or AIDS, who are at risk of contracting HIV/AIDS, or who are impacted by HIV/AIDS in some way. This introductory course offers terminology and foundational knowledge of the population.

Tele-Counseling: The Ins and Outs of Providing High Quality Online Services
Presented by Sara Smith, MS, CCC-SLP, Jessica Y. Greene, PsyD, LPC
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Course: #106Level: Introductory1 Hour
Is it possible to provide high-quality services in the virtual setting? Yes! This course outlines a practical approach to tele-counseling, including strategies for completing daily therapy tasks when working online and real-world examples of digital counseling activities.

COVID-19 Reveals the Pressing Health Needs for African Americans
Presented by V. Nikki Jones, DSW, LCSW, LMFT
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Course: #105Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to have a devastating and disproportionate impact on African Americans. This presentation explores factors associated with COVID-19 within the African American Community and how social workers can address health disparities across micro, mezzo, and macro levels of practice.