Assessment for Suicidality: A Primer for Mental Health Clinicians

This program has been approved for 3.0 Suicide Prevention Category A Continuing Education Credits by the NASW, NH Chapter. CE #4180

Kyle Northam 0 133
This course is designed to provide a detailed overview of suicidality and implications for intervention on the part of every mental health clinician. This includes understanding and being prepared to identify the presence of suicidality and the level of risk, and to be able to provide a comprehensive assessment for the risk of suicide when a client comes into treatment.

Breath Work and Drawing - Professional Self-Care with Mind-Body Skills

VT Chapter - The first of a six-part series on zoom. 2 Formal CEs

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The demanding nature of the social work profession often competes with the desire to implement or sustain self-care practices. Each of these six workshop-style webinars provides an opportunity for you to grow on a professional and personal level. Balancing self-care moments and survival mode is an ever-evolving challenge and this training aims to honor that journey. 

DisAbilities Council: Serving Neurodiverse Individuals as Professional Social Workers (2 CEUs)

NASW-CA Virtual Workshop

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This workshop will focus on best practices to use when serving neurodiverse individuals as professional social workers. The effects of racial injustice, equity, and access to support services will be discussed as well as how social workers are addressing these disparities. The presenters will share their personal and professional experiences with neurodiverse individuals, and participants will learn interventions to use with clients and communities they serve.


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