All Courses

Alexithymia and Eating Disorders

This course synthesizes the literature on alexithymia and eating disorders and examines alexithymia levels across eating disorders (i.e., anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorder not otherwise specified), the role of alexithymia in binge eating disorder, and the influence of alexithymia on the development of eating disorders as well as treatment outcome. The clinical implications of the research conducted to date and directions for future research are also discussed.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 4, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Assessment of Anorexia

This course summarizes the available literature related to the assessment of anorexia in the adult patient context, synthesizing both research evidence and clinical consensus guidelines.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 5, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Behavioral Health Services for Homeless Populations

This course provides mental health professionals with information and tools to work more effectively with individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and who need substance abuse or mental health treatment. 

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 4, 2017
English
$28.00

CEs: 4 CE credit Cost: $28.00

Brain Basics – Understanding Sleep

This course discusses a variety of sleep-related topics, including a description of the stages of sleep, how much sleep humans need, the purpose of sleep, dreaming, circadian rhythms, and sleep disorders and their treatment.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 6, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Bullying and Cyberbullying Interventions

This course discusses bullying and cyberbullying and reviews the most current research on interventions focused on reducing bullying and/or increasing social skills.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 7, 2017
English
$14.00

CEs: 2 CE credit Cost: $14.00

Child Sexual Abuse – Outcomes and Prevention

This course discusses the prevalence of child sexual abuse, the associated mental health outcomes, and preventive strategies.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 8, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Community and Family Training for Substance Use

This course includes a detailed manual and accompanying handouts for implementing the intervention, “Community Reinforcement and Family Training – Support and Prevention” (CRAFT-SP), a group psychoeducational approach for “Concerned Significant Others” of individuals with substance use disorders.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 9, 2017
English
$35.00

CEs: 5 CE credit Cost: $35.00

Designer Drugs – Assessment and Management

This course familiarizes users with designer drugs, known as “legal highs,” summarizes common effects of these drugs, and provides treatment recommendations.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 9, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Ethics for Mental Health Counselors

This coursedescribes the American Mental Health Counselors Association ethics code, which is intended to help assist counselors in making ethical decisions, to define ethical behaviors and best practices for Association members, to support the mission of the Association, and to educate members regarding the ethical standards of mental health counselors.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 7, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

Ethics for National Certified Counselors

This ethics code establishes the minimum ethical behaviors and provides an expectation of and assurance for the ethical practicefor all who use the professional services of NCCs. Furthermore, it provides an enforceable set of directives and assures aresource for those served in the case of a perceived violation.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri
January 7, 2017
English
$7.00

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $7.00

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