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Ethical Standards and Technology: What a-‘bot’-us?
This course will briefly review the history of digital ethics standards in counseling and will look at our relationships to technology. It will also explore the impact of post-human technological philosophy on our professional ethics, centering on the importance of remembering to ask, “What Does It Mean to Be a Person”?
Ethics and Risk Management in Online and Distance Behavioral Health
Presenter: Frederic Reamer, PhD
This on-demand online course will explore cutting-edge ethical issues arising out of behavioral health professionals’ growing use of digital technology, electronic interventions and communications, and social media to deliver services and communicate with clients.
Family Planning for Women with Opioid Use Disorder
This course describes the complexities of family planning decision making, with a focus on specific factors that influence family planning for women with opioid use disorder (OUD).
Gabapentinoids in Chronic Pain: Nuts, Bolts and Pearls
Review the utility of gabapentin and pregabalin for the treatment of pain, and compare and contrast the clinical use of these agents, with a focus on dosing, tolerability, monitoring, and patient education.
Indigenous Culture: Foundations for Educators and Health Professionals
This foundations course will connect the origination of the Wabanaki people, their traditional belief system, and the impact of language on their world view. Experiences of living and passed Native people are shared.
Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp)
Geared toward providers working with people who experience psychosis, participants in this course will learn about the spirit and structure of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis (CBTp) for Practitioners
As follow up to the Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis course, this course offers a deeper look at how practitioners can utilize CBTp to help their clients.
Invitation to Change Approach: Integrating CRAFT, MI and ACT
Presenter: Nicole Kosanke, PhD
The Invitation to Change approach draws from the most effective behavioral strategies and concepts found in 3 evidence-based treatments: CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy). In this brief introduction to Invitation to Change, you will learn how this approach brings together science and kindness.
Making Pain Management Less Painful
Non-Opioid Psychotropic Medications in the Treatment of Chronic Pain
This course reviews evidence-based non-opioid medications in the treatment of chronic pain, highlighting dosing and adjustment considerations, comparing and contrasting various medications, and providing an appropriate treatment regimen.