Essential Telehealth

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

Josh Klapperick 0 205
20 CEH
11:30am - 5pm ET
March 11, 18, 25, Apr 1
Presented by Charlie Safford
Description: The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.
 
Register for "Essential Telehealth"

Essential Telehealth

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

Josh Klapperick 0 205
20 CEH
11:30am - 5pm ET
March 11, 18, 25, Apr 1
Presented by Charlie Safford
Description: The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.
 
Register for "Essential Telehealth"

Essential Telehealth

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

Josh Klapperick 0 205
20 CEH
11:30am - 5pm ET
March 11, 18, 25, Apr 1
Presented by Charlie Safford
Description: The 20-hour, four module telehealth program will provide important information to bring mental health clinicians up to date on best practice guidelines, approaches, infrastructure and techniques for teleconferencing-based treatment. Additionally, this program will provide guidelines for best ethical decision-making processes to guide treatment decision making and establish a clear record of the ethical decision-making process to increase protection from liability and practice complaint issues while providing distance-based services.
 
Register for "Essential Telehealth"

The Most Common Form of Family Violence: Sibling Aggression and Abuse

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

Josh Klapperick 0 245
2 CEH
9 - 11am ET
Presented by Dr. Joanne Linden & Tiffani Arsenault
Description: In this interactive session, participants will learn that sibling aggression is the most common form of family violence, but it is often minimized or dismissed. Research findings will be presented on the prevalence of sibling aggression (including variation by socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity, ability, and gender), types of sibling aggression (i.e., physical, property, psychological, sexual), and the associations between sibling aggression and mental and physical health. Participants will learn how to disentangle sibling rivalry from sibling aggression and abuse (SAA). The discussion will be informed by research on perceptions of SAA among practitioners and individuals from diverse cultural backgrounds.
 
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Shifting from a Behavioral to a Regulation Approach

NASW New Hampshire Chapter

Josh Klapperick 0 324
4 CEH
12:45pm - 5:00pm ET
Presented by Danielle Heaton
Description: Regulation of the nervous system, often referred to as being calm, is an important part of mental health and is a learned process through co-regulation. Utilizing neuroscience, trauma informed care and social emotional learning techniques, gain a better understanding of what influences one's regulated state. Learn to recognize the signals when someone is becoming dysregulated, how the environment may be triggering and tools for a healthier outcome. Shifting your approach from a behavioral perspective to regulation focused response helps everyone, but is crucial for the 1-in 5 neurodiverse individuals whose struggles are not visible.
 
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