2.5 clock hour Continuing Education Credits are provided as a recorded session if you pass the post-test following the course video content. The certificate of completion will be emailed to you within 10 minutes after passing the post-test.
Counseling Theory/Practice and the Counseling Relationship
Human Growth and Development
Social and Cultural Foundations
Wellness and Prevention
Families face risks for addiction, child sexual abuse, violence, and other major causes of toxic stress. This course will review the evidence provided by research and teach participants how to integrate interventions to reduce risks and build resiliency into their practice.
Areas of focus for the course will include the impact of risk factors on individuals, families, and communities. From there the interventions that can be used to reduce these risks will be discussed including examples of how to implement them into practice. Research on current understanding of efforts of building resiliency versus reducing risks if further discussed in context of using the information in a psychoeducational way. The clinical use of these strategies, handouts, and Socratic values based questioning will be completed.
Workshop attendees can expect to:
• Objective 1) Learner will be able to identify what a risk factor and protective factor is and is not and list one example of each.
• Objective 2) Learner will be able to identify how ACEs impact communities, families, and individuals.
• Objective 3) Learner will be able to identify Risk factors for individuals and at least 1 intervention for use with individuals.
• Objective 4) Learner will be able to identify Risk factors for families and at least 1 intervention for use with families.
• Objective 5) Learner will be able to identify Risk factors for sexual assault and at least 1 intervention for preventing it or addressing it after.
• Objective 6) Learner will be able to identify prevention (resiliency) for individuals, families, and communities.
1) Introductions and Disclaimers
a. Ethical Considerations
b. Cultural Considerations
c. Risk and Resiliency
d. Measurement tools
ii. Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
3) Risk factors
a. Social Economic Status
ii. Work hours
iii. Resources available
i. Substance Misuse/Abuse
iii. Electronic Use
c. Sexual Assault
4) Resiliency Interventions
a. For Children
b. For Families
c. For Communities
a) The Takeaway
c) Contact information
Other Course Information:
Partial credit/partial attendance is not allowed for this course.
If you have any questions about this course or would like to request accommodations, you can contact us.
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National Provider Number (NPI): 1417308024
Washington State License Number: LH60827185
Leo DeBroeck, MS, LMHC, CMHS, MHP is Child Mental Health Specialist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State. He is CBT Plus certified through the University of Washington and Harborview Sexual Assault and Traumatic Stress Center. He has worked full-time at a community health center as a Mental Health therapist with a team of other Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. he has previous experience working with children and adolescents at an intensive inpatient program in Spokane, Washington for several years. He has completed his Masters of Science in clinical psychology with his thesis on factors in suicide. He has published scientific research on young adults related to suicidality. He writes and has published children's therapy books for use in counseling settings. These are published on Amazon, for use in therapy settings addressing grief, addiction, neglect, abuse, self-confidence and others. He is the president and founded an LLC called Counselor's Choice Award that reviews counseling products and therapeutic tools. This also offers Continuing Education Courses. He has taught Continuing Education courses throughout the United States of America, Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. He has worked in several different levels of care for mental health treatment including long-term inpatient care, WISe wraparound intensive services, school-based therapy services, and outpatient clinical settings.
NATIONAL BOARD OF CERTIFIED COUNSELORS (NBCC)
Counselor’s Choice Award has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education
Provider, ACEP No. 7344. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.
Counselor’s Choice Award is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL WORKERS
Counselor's Choice Award Continuing Education is an National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Washington State Chapter Approved Continuing Education Provider and offers approved clock hours for events that meet Washington State CE Counselors requirements. This workshop has been approved for CEs by the Washington Chapter, National Association of Social Workers (NASW) for Licensed Social Workers, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. (Provider #1975-490)
OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF LICENSED ALCOHOL AND DRUG COUNSELORS
Counselor's Choice Award Continuing Education is an Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEPTM) and offers OSBLADC-approved clock hours for events that meet Oklahoma State Board of Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. (Provider #20230154)