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Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Work Practitioners
Presented by April Dirks, PhD, MSW, LISW
Course: #2221Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This webinar explores the basic principles of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. This therapy protocol is an effective treatment option for individuals who have PTSD from complex trauma exposure.

Recognizing and Supporting LGBTQ Clients from Intimate Partner Violence
Presented by Kaytlyn Gillis, MSW, LCSW-BACS
Course: #2125Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
This course offers an overview of LGBTQ dating violence, focusing on recognition, identification, and some response strategies. This course explores the unique dynamics and challenges faced by LGBTQ individuals in dating relationships, including barriers to seeking help and accessing support services. In addition, this course will provide strategies for providing culturally competent and inclusive support to LGBTQ survivors, as well as resources available for prevention and intervention.

Recognizing and Identifying Teen Dating Violence
Presented by Kaytlyn Gillis, MSW, LCSW-BACS
Course: #2124Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
Teen dating violence (TDV) is a prevalent and concerning issue affecting adolescents worldwide. This course provides a brief overview of TDV, including its definition, prevalence, risk factors, and impact on adolescents. Participants gain a deeper understanding of the dynamics of TDV and the importance of prevention and intervention strategies. This course aims to empower participants with the knowledge and skills needed to recognize and respond to teens dealing with dating violence.

Recognizing and Identifying Family Trauma: An Overview
Presented by Kaytlyn Gillis, MSW, LCSW-BACS
Course: #2123Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Our clients’ childhood environment shapes the foundation for their sense of self, how they feel about the world, and how they relate to others. If they experienced trauma or dysfunction along the way, it likely disrupted the pathways to these fundamental structures. Therefore, many of the reasons why clients come to see us have to do with their traumatic experiences, especially relational traumas. This webinar explores evidence-based techniques for working with survivors navigating the repercussions of family trauma.

Working Effectively with Youth: Supporting Young People to See Themselves, Be Themselves and Live Full Lives
Presented by Shira Sameroff, MSW, LCSW
Course: #2122Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This course offers theory and tools for working effectively with youth. This course highlights young people's challenges, including systems of oppression, and explores best practices for bolstering their strengths and building relationships based on connection, trust, and respect. In addition, the importance of self-awareness as a practitioner supporting young people is explored.

Supporting Students with Autism in a School Setting
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, MSW, LMSW
Course: #2120Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Students with autism often face varying and unique challenges in a school setting. This webinar provides strategies to support students with autism in school settings.

Understanding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as a Therapeutic Modality in Supporting Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, MSW, LMSW
Course: #2119Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder may commonly experience anxiety, depression, and/or a host of other mental health conditions. Due to the complexity and co-morbidity often associated with autism spectrum disorder, cognitive-behavioral therapy may be an effective therapeutic modality for some individuals with autism. This webinar explores cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques and strategies to consider when working with people with autism.

Decoding Coercive Control: Advanced Strategies for Proficient Domestic Violence Assessment
Presented by Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #2117Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Incorporating the patterns of coercive control in domestic violence assessments has been shown to have the most long-term impact on victims and survivors. This course explores strategies for moving away from assessing domestic violence from an incident model approach to incorporate the patterns of coercive control into assessment.

Culturally Competent Clinical Care and Ethics: BDSM, Kink, and Fetishes in Practice
Presented by Giselle Levin, PsyD
Course: #2201Level: Intermediate2.03 Hours
Working with patients involved in BDSM and kink can seem daunting for many clinicians. This course introduces clinicians to the principles and practices of BDSM and kink, with an emphasis on ethics, safety, and consent. Clinicians will learn to appropriately assess risk, navigate bias and stigma, and employ interventions to support and affirm BDSM, kink, and fetishes.

Operationalizing Cultural Responsiveness in the Clinical Setting
Presented by Stephanie Carnes, PhD, MSW, LCSW, LL.M
Course: #2115Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
Clinicians often experience societal dynamics, cultural values, power, and privilege differently from the populations they serve. Providing culturally responsive and affirming care is a guiding ethical commitment of the profession. This workshop explores the construct of culturally responsive care and will allow clinicians to operationalize values of cultural responsiveness in their own clinical settings.

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