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Childhood Emotional Neglect: The Often Invisible Form of Trauma
Presented by Katie Fries, MSW, LCSW
VideoAudio
Course: #1677Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
Trauma comes in various forms. This course provides knowledge of the definition and impact of childhood emotional neglect. Participants will learn how childhood emotional neglect may present in the context of therapeutic treatment.

Working with Parents in Child Therapy
Presented by Katie Fries, MSW, LCSW
VideoAudio
Course: #1676Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This course supports therapists in building strong relationships with parents in the context of child therapy. Therapists will gain insight into parents' needs and concerns in the context of child therapy in order to maximize positive clinical outcomes.

Examining the Psychosocial Implications of Mental Health and Cancer Care
Presented by Brittany Nwachuku, EdD, LCSW, LISW, OSW-C
Live WebinarMon, Feb 20, 2023 at 11:00 am EST
Course: #1700Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Social work is a key component of cancer care. This presentation introduces social workers and mental health professionals to the role of social work within oncology settings. Opportunities and strategies for clinical intervention will be reviewed, as well as how clinical social workers can utilize skills from other disciplines to provide support to patients and families.

Understanding Thanatology
Presented by Jennifer Carlson, MSW, PhD, CEM, LCSW
VideoAudio
Course: #1681Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
Thanatology is the study of death and loss. This course will examine death, grief, and loss and the social worker's role in working with individuals and families.

Strengthening Parent/Child Attachment in Therapy
Presented by Katie Fries, MSW, LCSW
VideoAudio
Course: #1675Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Parent/child attachment is essential. This course supports therapists in gaining skills to promote strong parent/child relationships within the therapy process. Practical play-based strategies will be taught to participants that can be immediately used in therapy sessions.

Infant Mental Health in Hospital Social Work Practice
Presented by Ann Matthews, MSW, PhD, LCSW, Julia Torquati, PhD
Video
Course: #16251.02 Hours
Understanding infant mental health is essential for social workers who work with infants and their families. This course provides information about key infant mental health (IMH) concepts, including parental reflective function and an explanation of how to apply IMH concepts to practice. In addition to building your knowledge, you will learn how to use IMH concepts and terms in your interactions with clients.

Cutting Too Close: Modern Treatment Approaches
Presented by Jennifer Christie, MS, LMHC, NCC, LCMHC
VideoAudio
Course: #1620Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Non-suicidal self-injury is prevalent. Therefore understanding modern treatment approaches for detecting and treating NSSI is essential. This course explores modern treatment approaches and how to apply practical therapy skills with NSSI clients.

Cognitive Therapy: Let's Talk About the Basics!
Presented by Jennifer Christie, MS, LMHC, NCC, LCMHC
VideoAudio
Course: #1619Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
Cognitive therapy is a widely used therapeutic intervention that is supported by evidence-based practice in treating various clinical issues. This webinar will explore cognitive therapy, its features, and uses.

Reducing Access to Lethal Means: The Social Worker's Role
Presented by Lauren Dennelly, MSW, LCSW
VideoAudio
Course: #1563Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
This course describes the importance of counseling clients on their access to lethal means and offers applicable strategies for clinical interviewing.

Cutting Too Close, Retiring Old Methods of Treating Self Injury
Presented by Jennifer Christie, MS, LMHC, NCC, LCMHC
VideoAudio
Course: #1585Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) is steadily increasing. Therefore social workers must be prepared to identify and effectively treat NSSI in all patient populations.

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