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Self-Care as a Practitioner: How to Care for Yourself While Caring for Others
Presented by Christina Marsack-Topolewski, PhD, MSW, LMSW
Course: #1976Level: Intermediate1.02 Hours
This webinar is designed to explore various strategies aimed at enhancing the quality of care provided to clients while ensuring the well-being of the professionals themselves. It acknowledges the challenges that social workers, counselors, and other helping professionals face while addressing the need to mitigate the risks of burnout and fatigue. Participants will learn valuable insights to support them in enhancing, supporting, and restoring their clients' functioning. This includes fostering resilience, managing stress, and maintaining healthy boundaries. Moreover, this webinar will equip practitioners with practical tools and techniques essential for sustaining their effectiveness and overall well-being in their professional practice. By integrating these strategies into their daily work, they can elevate the standard of care for their clients while cultivating a healthier and more sustainable approach to their own professional journey.

Introduction to GenAI and Chatbots for Healthcare Professionals
Presented by Leigha Jansen, EdD, CPACC, Carolyn Smaka, AuD
Course: #2053Level: Introductory1 Hour
This introductory webinar provides a foundational understanding of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) and chatbots, focusing on their relevance, utility, and applications for healthcare professionals. It includes a basic overview of AI as well as how-to walkthroughs with current GenAI tools for typical professional uses. It is designed to equip attendees with insights and essential resources to get started with GenAI or take their skills to the next level. Don't miss this opportunity to get ahead of the curve on the rapidly evolving landscape of GenAI - one of the most important innovations shaping our future.

Disaster Mental Health: Psychological First Aid on Disaster Assignment
Presented by Jennifer Carlson, MSW, PhD, CEM, LCSW
Course: #1846Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
This course explores Psychological First Aid (PFA) concepts, how best to use PFA to support survivor needs, and self-care strategies for responders.

How to Diffuse Difficult Conversations
Presented by Marva Mount, MA, CCC-SLP, FNAP
Course: #1943Level: Intermediate1.05 Hours
At times, communication can cause bumps in the road in any setting, especially when working on diverse and/or interdisciplinary teams. This course explores how to diffuse difficult conversations when there are many standpoints present and what to do to turn a difficult conversation into a positive experience. It will additionally explore how to repair a conversation when your intentions do not go as planned.

Introduction to Disaster: Understanding Emergency Management
Presented by Jennifer Carlson, MSW, PhD, CEM, LCSW
Course: #1844Level: Introductory1.02 Hours
Emergency management is critical for all professions, especially helping professionals. This course introduces the history and concept of emergency management and explores ethics, decision-making, and limitations of emergency management.

Burnout Among Mental Health Professionals: A Sociological Perspective
Presented by Sophie Nathenson, PhD
Course: #2075Level: Intermediate1.03 Hours
In this course learners will acquire knowledge in the sociological perspective of burnout and how role strain contributes to burnout at the individual level. The social and political context of burnout is discussed, as well as the organizational-level factors of burnout. Social and economic power differentials are examined as a barrier to improving the landscape of burnout among the helping professions.

Reasonable Modifications: What Does The ADA Say And What Are The Rights Of Your Clients?
Presented by Kathryn Sorensen, OTD, OTR/L, ADAC
Course: #1491Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This short course is designed to give social workers an understanding of the rights and laws of people with disabilities as put into law under the ADA, FHA, AACA and other laws. It is these laws that allow people with disabilities to engage in occupations in the areas of work, home, public and private entities, transportation, and communication.

Organizational Loss and Trauma
Presented by Tami J. Micsky, DSW, MSSA, LSW, CT
Course: #1422Level: Advanced1 Hour
Participants learn about the roots of loss and trauma in organizations. Participants also identify the symptoms of a traumatized organization and how best to implement interventions for movement and reconciliation.

HIPAA for Allied Health Professionals
Presented by Kim Cavitt, AuD
Course: #1467Level: Introductory1 Hour
This course reviews the foundations of HIPAA privacy, security, breach notification, and marketing requirements and guidelines. HIPAA requirements and considerations for telehealth are also covered.

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.

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