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Assessing Challenging Behaviors with Functional Behavioral Assessments: Part I
Presented by Tanika Johnson, EdD, MA, LPC-MHSP, LMHC, NCC, BC-TMH, CCTP
Course: #1261Level: Intermediate1 Hour
Assessing Challenging Behaviors with Functional Behavioral Assessments is Part I of the Promoting Positive Behaviors: Cultivating a School-Wide Climate of Change for Student Success IV Part Series. Throughout this course, participants will develop an in-depth understanding of assessing for challenging behaviors in children using the Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) process. In addition, participants will develop effective strategies for data collection and forming hypothesis statements.

Child Abuse/Neglect: Evidence-Based Treatment
Presented by April Dirks, PhD, MSW, LISW
Course: #1181Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course is designed for helping professionals that work with children who have experienced trauma from child abuse and/or neglect. The fundamentals of Trauma-Informed Care and practice principles of Trauma-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy are covered in detail.

Assessing and Safety Planning with Confidence: Working with Victims of Domestic Violence
Presented by Sybil Cummin, MA, LPC, ACS
Course: #1125Level: Advanced1 Hour
This course provides the knowledge needed to correctly identify and assess the different levels of risk for victims and survivors of domestic violence. This course explores safety plan development and provides tools that can be used with victims and survivors to create effective safety plans.

Achieving Post Traumatic Growth
Presented by Samantha Silverman, MSW, LCSW
Course: #1123Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will define post traumatic growth and delve into a deeper exploration of how personal growth can be experienced in the aftermath of a traumatic event. Additionally, the course will offer clinical interventions and modalities to utilize with individuals attaining post traumatic growth.

How are Grief and the Coronavirus Similar?
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW, Heather Moshier, MBA, MS, CAADC
Course: #1112Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation explores how grief and coronavirus are similar by looking at ways of “working with” and “working against” grief and COVID. Additionally, the presentation addresses building narratives of our lived experiences of grief and COVID and how they are similar, and how both grief and COVID encompass a sense of vulnerability to our well-being.

Understanding the Impact of Collective Trauma on the Mental Health of the Millennial Generation
Presented by Tiffany Hall, MS, LMFT
Course: #1092Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course explores the unique mental health challenges facing millennials and potential clinical interventions to address those mental health challenges.

Social Distancing has Removed the One Thing We Need When We Grieve: People
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW, Nancy Eshelman, MJ, Kate Harrigan, MDiv
Course: #1083Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This presentation explores the effects that social distancing has on our grief rituals. We discuss the importance of rituals in regard to loss and grief, how being required to social distance has delayed grief rituals for many and will conclude by exploring the impact of social isolation as it has impacted and affected our society. We also describe the importance of rituals in the loss and grief process.

Traumatic Grief: Where Trauma and Grief Intersect
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW, Leslie Davila, MS
Course: #1046Level: Intermediate1.25 Hour
This course explores sudden, tragic, and/or unexpected loss through the lenses of trauma and grief and how they intersect under the definition of traumatic grief. In addition, this course identifies clinical approaches/concepts that can be applied to traumatic grief.

Disenfranchised Trauma: The Impact on Indirect Victims
Presented by Lisa Zoll, MSW, LCSW, Leslie Davila, MS
Course: #1003Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course will focus on disenfranchised trauma. Trauma, like grief, may also go unacknowledged and/or invalidated because the person who is traumatized (e.g., sexual assault, domestic violence) may fear that others will not understand, or that others may minimize their traumatic experience. When this trauma impact is unacknowledged, it can become disenfranchised.

Understanding Intimate Partner Violence: What it is, how to assess for it, and how to intervene
Presented by Kim Anderson, PhD, MSSW, LCSW, Katrinna M. Matthews, DSW, MEd, LAPSW
Course: #1206Level: Intermediate2.5 Hours
This two part course is designed to provide an overview of intimate partner violence (IPV), its causes, the prevalence, and its impact on victims as well as children. In addition, this course explores elder abuse and discusses social work assessment for IPV and elder abuse and intervention strategies.