This event is presented by The Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health and the National Association of Social Workers. This webinar educates participants about the health effects of climate change as they relate to social work practice. The presentation addresses the physical and mental health consequences of climate change, as well as the impact of extreme weather events on communities, with a particular focus on disaster response in Puerto Rico.
This online program addresses the opioid crisis from a social work perspective, and offers cutting-edge presentations by thought leaders to enhance your knowledge of practice trends, policy, and research findings, and the ability to earn 12 CE hours, including ethics credits.
PsychArmor Institute offers free, self-paced courses for behavioral health care providers working with active military and veterans.
Center for Deployment Psychology
The Center for Deployment Psychology trains military and civilian behavioral health professionals to provide high-quality, culturally-sensitive, evidence-based behavioral health services to military personnel, Veterans and their families. CDP offers live and web-based trainings.
Home Base Program
The Training Institute at Home Base increases awareness and access for Post-9/11 Veterans and Military Families to high quality care through education. Trainings provide healthcare professionals, first responders, military families and community member access to free on-demand courses on topics such as military culture, PTSD, traumatic brain injury, complicated grief and supporting suicide survivors.
NASW | Leadership Ladders
In large organizations, such as state and federal government agencies, there may be career development resources and opportunities for selected employees who demonstrate leadership potential.
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