Guided Imagery - Professional Self-Care with Mind-Body Skills

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

Kyle Northam 0 292
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. 

Co-Regulation: Critical Skill Building for Neurodiverse Clients

NH Chapter - 4 Category A CEs - live on zoom

Kyle Northam 0 372
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.

Concussions and Brain injury: Clinical Considerations

1.5 Category CEs - live on zoom

Kyle Northam 0 286
Social workers encounter survivors of brain injury much more frequently than is typically presumed. Furthermore, many of the behaviors, cognitive and emotional states that may occur as a result of brain injury can be misdiagnosed and there is an unfortunate lack of knowledge among many behavioral health practitioners regarding the sequelae of brain injury.

Ethical Issues Related to Medical Aid in Dying and End Of Life Options

NH Chapter - 3 Category A CEs in ethics & suicide prevention on zoom

Kyle Northam 0 316
Medical Aid in Dying (MAID) is legal for our neighbors in Canada, Maine and Vermont. Vermont recently dropped its residency requirement for MAID which has implications for NH residents and practitioners. In 2024, the NH legislature will consider a medical aid in dying bill. This workshop will review historical medical, legal and religious decisions regarding end of life care which lead up to present day. 

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