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On Demand

Total Credits: 1

Faculty:
Sharon Bussing, MA, LPCC
Course Levels:
Appropriate for All Levels
Duration:
1 Hour
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Intimate partner violence (IPV) victims are often criticized for not leaving their abusive partners, and they are viewed as being complicit in their abuse. The Why Doesn’t She Just Leave? presentation answers this question with new research that reveals how abusers do not recognize fear and sadness in female faces and the grooming tactics the abuser utilizes to trap their victim.
Price:
$20.00 - $25.00

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Total Credits: 1.5 including 1.5 American Psychological Association, 1.5 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.5 National Board of Certified Counselors

Categories:
Sexual Victimization
Faculty:
Alissa Ackerman, PhD |  Guila Benchimol, PhD
Course Levels:
Intermediate
Duration:
1 Hour 32 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Restorative Justice is a survivor-centered approach to healing that honors the humanity of all parties involved. It offers unique and creative pathways for addressing the needs expressed by those impacted by harm. Sometimes those pathways involve direct interaction with the initial harm doer, while other times it includes those responsible for secondary or institutional harm. This workshop will explore the roots and fundamentals of restorative justice. It will then cover the use of restorative justice in individual and institutional cases.
Price:
$24.00 - $30.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 1.25 including 1.25 American Psychological Association, 1.25 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.25 National Board of Certified Counselors, 1.25 California Board of Registered Nurses, 1.25 California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals

Faculty:
Pete Nielsen, LAADC, MS
Course Levels:
Intermediate
Duration:
1 Hour 19 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
As the pendulum swings toward “harm reduction” approaches to treating addiction, many professionals find themselves wondering, “how do I support my clients while keeping a focus on abstinence in a world where medication assisted treatment is increasing?” This presentation helps participants understand the SMART recovery approach to behavioral change, which includes building and maintaining the motivation to change; coping with urges to use; managing thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in an effective way without addictive behaviors; and living a balanced, positive, and healthy life.
Price:
$20.00 - $25.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 2 including 2 American Psychological Association, 2 Association of Social Worker Boards, 2 National Board of Certified Counselors

Categories:
Trauma in General |  Adult Survivors and Vulnerable Populations |  Sexual Victimization  |  *Area of Emphasis: Domestic Violence
Faculty:
Johnnetta McSwain-Clay, Ph.D., MSW
Course Levels:
Appropriate for All Levels
Duration:
2 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
From the mean streets of Birmingham, Alabama, to the halls of academia, and from GED to Ph.D., Johnnetta McSwain, MSW, author, "Rising Above the Scars", sexual and domestic violence expert, adjunct professor, and international empowerment speaker extraordinaire, shares her personal 12 step journey of how an African American woman triumphed and overcame vicious cycles of unimaginable childhood sexual, physical and emotional abuse, violence and self-destruction.
Price:
$28.00 - $35.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 1.5 including 1.5 American Psychological Association, 1.5 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.5 National Board of Certified Counselors, 1.5 California Board of Registered Nurses, 1.5 State Bar of California

Categories:
Child Trauma - Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) |  Trauma in General |  *Area of Emphasis: Child Abuse
Faculty:
Amy Russell, MSEd, JD, NCC
Course Levels:
Appropriate for All Levels
Duration:
1.5 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Youth today are exposed to, and often experience, multiple forms of family violence throughout their childhood. In addition to maltreatment youth may themselves experience, they are also exposed to violence against their siblings, sexual assaults and intimate partner violence (IPV) against a parent.
Price:
$24.00 - $30.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 1.75 including 1.75 American Psychological Association, 1.75 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.75 National Board of Certified Counselors, 1.75 California Board of Registered Nurses, 1.75 State Bar of California, 1.75 California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals

Categories:
Child Trauma - Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) |  Historical Trauma, Systemic Trauma, and Marginalized Populations |  *Area of Emphasis: Child Abuse
Faculty:
Kimberly Allen, LSW
Course Levels:
Appropriate for All Levels
Duration:
1.75 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
This training aims to provide information to social service and education providers on how to form relationships with youth in safe and protective ways so that SGM youth feel secure enough to express their true selves and heal from the trauma.
Price:
$28.00 - $35.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 2 including 2 American Psychological Association, 2 Association of Social Worker Boards, 2 National Board of Certified Counselors, 2 California Board of Registered Nurses

Categories:
Historical Trauma, Systemic Trauma, and Marginalized Populations
Faculty:
Kevin J. Connors, MS, MFT |  Ernestine Briggs-King, Ph.D. |  Kunane Dreier
Course Levels:
Appropriate for All Levels
Duration:
2 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Structural racism or systemic oppression describes how racism is woven throughout current socio-economic and political systems, maintained by policies and procedures and standard operating practices, thereby reinforcing attitudes and beliefs sustaining racially based inequalities (Braveman et al., 2022). As such, structural racism implies and involves connections within and across multiple social systems at multiple levels involving health care, banking and financial systems, employment, education, and the criminal justice system (Gee & Hicken, 2021; Shelton et al., 2021). Moreover, the impact of structural racism, embodied as interrelated, interactive systems of inequity, extends across generations as a unified system of beliefs and values manifested as conscious and unconscious habits and social norms, represented as implicit biases, that in turn reinforce systemic racist behaviors and practices (Banaji et al., 2021; Groos et al., 2018; Payne & Hannay, 2021).
Price:
$28.00 - $35.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 1.5 including 1.5 American Psychological Association, 1.5 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.5 National Board of Certified Counselors, 1.5 California Board of Registered Nurses

Categories:
Trauma in General |  Trauma in Clinical Settings
Faculty:
Kevin J. Connors, MS, MFT
Duration:
2 hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
In domestic violence shelters, substance abuse rehabilitation centers, eating disorder programs, in-patient psychiatric facilities, and general out-patient clinics; there are people with experiences of profound trauma and abuse.  Unfortunately, these clients are often labeled difficult, resistant, and manipulative.  They present with treatment histories marked by repeated failures.  Central to this problem are undiagnosed dissociative defenses used by these deeply wounded people to avoid intense emotions and manage attachment crises.  Exacerbating and underlying dissociative defenses is the co-morbid diagnosis of complex post-traumatic disorder.
Price:
$28.00 - $35.00

Tags: Dissociation

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On Demand

Total Credits: 1.25 including 1.25 American Psychological Association, 1.25 Association of Social Worker Boards, 1.25 National Board of Certified Counselors, 1.25 California Board of Registered Nurses

Categories:
*Area of Emphasis: Domestic Violence
Faculty:
Rev. Geneece Goertzen, LMSW, MDiv, PhD student
Course Levels:
Intermediate
Duration:
1.25 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
Individuals experiencing abuse often first disclose to informal support networks, including faith leaders. However, faith leaders and religious communities often have little training on how to respond to abuse and are unprepared for these conversations. This presentation will review research statistics on clergy response and then discuss ways to engage with faith leaders, encourage them to create safer faith communities, and collaborate for the benefit of victims and survivors. We will discuss cultivating and nurturing connections with faith communities, the ethical integration of faith and practice, how to approach the topic of domestic violence policy in congregations, and how survivor spirituality can help empower healing and hope.
Price:
$20.00 - $25.00

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On Demand

Total Credits: 2 including 2 American Psychological Association, 2 Association of Social Worker Boards, 2 National Board of Certified Counselors, 2 California Board of Registered Nurses

Categories:
Child Trauma - Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) |  Prevention and Intervention
Faculty:
Lesley A. Slavin, Ph.D.
Course Levels:
Intermediate
Duration:
2 Hours
Format:
Audio and Video
Short Description:
This workshop will provide a framework for understanding and intervening with self-injury that is based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (Linehan, 1993; Miller, Rathus and Linehan, 2007) . It will provide practical guidelines that can be used to organize the way a youth's therapist, parents, and other members of the treatment team respond to incidents of self-injury and work with the youth to eliminate the behavior.
Price:
$28.00 - $35.00

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