This course will review the etiology and symptoms of the Cluster B Personality Disorders and their impact upon the client's thinking, emotions, and behaviors.
This course will review the dynamics that exist when service providers encounter individuals with various “subclinical” mental health symptoms ranging from trauma-inducing environmental challenges to those of mental health disorders and substance use disorders.
This training will focus on complex ethical and boundary issues and problem-solving with challenging client dynamics, new technology, and varying roles in the behavioral health field.
Leadership styles are present in both supervisors and supervisees. By understanding these styles and their various features, individuals can find points of work compatibility. In addition, they can find when work style differences can cause conflict. Once these are known, modifications can be identified and made to create more productive work relationships. This training will focus on the DISC Leadership survey and gaining insight into personal and worksite styles.
This course will review the new diagnostic criteria in the DSM-V related to substance use disorders as well as each of the major categories of the substances of abuse. The substances reviewed will include narcotics, the stimulants, sedative-hypnotics including alcohol, hallucinogens, as well as the latest designer drugs.
This course will cover an overview of the diagnoses of ADD and ADHD in childhood through adulthood.
This course will cover the most prevalent DSM-5 diagnoses present in the mental health and substance using populations which present in treatment and criminal justice populations.
This course will review the development of social media and its impact on the socialization process. The issues of “present” relationships versus “virtual” relationships and their impact on psychological development will be addressed.
This course specifically covers the most current information regarding domestic violence as perpetrated by those across the gender spectrum. Effective means of intervention with, and support of, the victims will be discussed.
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