Courses in Children/Adolescents

Human Trafficking: How to Identify and Take Action

In this introductory session on labor and sex trafficking, participants will become familiarized with these criminal activities at home and abroad. The A-M-P Model will be used as a foundation to inform the audience as they learn to identify a trafficking case and take appropriate action.

Instructor:  Tim Cassidy
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English
$30.00

CEs: 3 CE credit Cost: $30.00

Teen Dating Violence

This course provides an overview of behavioral health technologies, including emerging technologies and future opportunities to integrate technology with behavioral health services.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $10.00

Psychosocial Interventions for Anxiety in Kids with Autism

This course discusses the evidence for the use of psychosocial interventions to manage anxiety in children and adolescents.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $10.00

Promoting Wellness in Early Childhood

This course is designed to give participants an introduction to the Teach Me Professional Development experience while reviewing essential strategies designed to promote wellness in children. 
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 2 CE credit Cost: $20.00

Promoting Well-Being of Youth Through Skills Training

This course describes the effectiveness of universal school-based randomized clinical trials for children and youth aimed at promoting psychosocial wellbeing, positive development, healthy lifestyle behaviors, and academic performance by improving emotional and social skills.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 2 CE credit Cost: $20.00

Neural Mechanisms in Depressed Minors on Antidepressants

This course discusses the controversial relationship between antidepressants and suicidality in children and adolescents, and outlines three possible neurobiological mechanisms that might account for this adverse effect.

Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $10.00

Juvenile Sex Offenders – Etiologies and Typologies

This course provides an overview of the etiologies of juvenile sexual offending and the pathways related to the development, onset, and maintenance of sexually abusive behavior, and describes effective treatment approaches for juvenile sexual offenders as well as data on recidivism in this population.
Instructor:  Rida EL Amri

CEs: 2 CE credit Cost: $20.00

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

CEs: 1 CE credit Cost: $10.00

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

CEs: 2 CE credit Cost: $20.00