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SOC220 - Social Work Ethics - Confidentiality
3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide the licensed social work professional with the ethical knowledge and guidelines to perform the Social Work job functions with confidentiality in mind. It will also provide possible direction when a social worker faces situations that are unclear ethically.
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SOC221 - Ethics in Social Work – Duty to Warn
3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide mental health professionals with an understanding of the concept of ethics as related to duty to warn. It will also focus on confidentiality vs. the Duty to Warn in regards to HIV disclosure for social workers.
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SOC222 - Understanding the DSM-IV-TR
1 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide mental health professionals with an overview of the DSM- IV-TR. It will give an explanation of the diagnostic classification and the components necessary to make a diagnosis.
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SOC223 - Supervision and the Clinical Social Worker
3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide mental health professionals with the understanding that the central focus of supervision is the quality of the practice offered by the supervisee to clients. It will explain the three aspects of supervision: administrative (normative); education (formative) and support (restorative).
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SOC224 - BIOTERRORISM: A NEW ROLE FOR SOCIAL WORKERS
3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
Terrorism, especially bioterrorism, has become a world-wide threat. Social Workers in all types of settings will be involved in a response to any terrorist crisis. This program will provide information necessary for a Social Worker if a terrorist attack, particularly a bioterrorist one, should occur.
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SOC225 - Introduction to Family Systems Therapy
1 CEU's / Contact Hours 
Family Systems Therapy offers a different approach to problem-solving for therapists and counselors in that it focuses on the interactions among individuals in a family system rather than focusing on individual psychopathology. This course examines the concepts and theories of Family Systems Therapy and illustrates why it continues to gain in popularity as a viable and effective alternative to more traditional therapeutic approaches.
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SOC226 - Peer Mediation Framework For School Counselors
1 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide clinicians with the basic framework and key principles of peer mediation. Clinicians will receive an overview in the steps of problem solving, basic counseling skills, and conflict resolution.
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SOC227 - Assessment and Treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
This course will provide the mental health professional with a broad knowledge base of the emotional and neurophysiologic implications of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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SOC228 - Health Literacy - How to Overcome Non-compliance and Medical Errors
4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
Poor health literacy is an emerging public health issue. This course will discuss:
  • Health literacy.
  • Why health literacy is important.
  • Who has literacy problems.
  • Impact of health literacy on medical errors.
  • Cultural impact on health literacy.
  • Barriers to communication.
  • Strategies on how to help and empower individuals with low health literacy skills.
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    SOC229 - More Than Meds & Therapy: A Holistic Guide to The Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
    5 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course describes a multi-pronged approach to treating bipolar disorder that goes beyond medications and psychotherapy.
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    SOC230 - Dangerous Teenage Behaviors, Causes and Treatment:
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course covers questions to ask, what symptoms to look for and provides social workers and parents with the necessary tools to help our children and teenagers combat the destructive social pressures that they find themselves immersed in and are therefore unavoidable. This course will address he destructive behaviors of sexting, self-induced fainting, binging (getting wasted) and car surfing.
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    SOC231 - Case Management: Across the Care Continuum
    4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    Case Management is a growing aspect of health care. This course will discuss:
  • Why Case Management is evolving as an important part of the healthcare field
  • What is Case Management
  • Case Management Activities
  • The Standards for Social Work Case Management
  • Important Case Management Acronyms
  • Legal aspects of case management
  • The role of a Social Worker in Case Management
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    SOC232 - Introduction to Domestic Violence
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course gives the student a broad overview of how to recognize symptoms of domestic violence, outlines the various aspects of relationship abuse, and provides treatment ideas for working with individuals who are experiencing abuse by an intimate.
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    SOC233 - Stress: Impact on Ethical Behavior
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will teach social workers about "good" stress and "bad" stress and how stress can impact ethics of in social work
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    SOC234 - Nutrition and Mental Health
    2 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will help Social Workers understand the value of healthy eating habits in relation to mental health. Taking care of one’s body is a powerful first step towards mental and emotional health.
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    SOC235 - Personal Safety for Social Workers
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will help Social Workers understand the threat of violence impacts on social workers both professionally and privately. The need for personal safety information is imperative to protect social workers and provide preventive strategies to enable them to provide safe, effective client interventions.
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    SOC236 - Geriatric Case Management:It All Begins with a Comprehensive Assessment
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    Due to the increase in America's elderly population, Geriatric Case Management is integral for the provision of safe, effective, client-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable health care. This course will discuss the various topics within Geriatric Case Management.
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    SOC237 - Chronic Pain - What Can We Do About It?
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    Unrelieved pain causes excess costs in the health care system as well as decreased patient quality of life. In 2010, chronic pain affected approximately 100 million American adults—more than the total affected by heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined.This course will help Social Workers learn the basics of what pain is and how to improve their patients lives by understanding and alleviating the pain experienced by them
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    SOC213 - Understanding Bipolar Disorder and Its Treatment
    4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course gives the student a broad overview of bipolar disorder including a history, symptoms, course of the illness, diagnosis, treatment and disease management. State of the art knowledge presented is gleaned from reliable sources such as NIMH, classic texts and current academic literature.
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    SOC210 - Incest and Child Sexual Abuse: Understanding and Treating
    5 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will provide mental health professionals with the knowledge to understanding and treating Incest and Child Sexual Abuse, including the definition, statistics, symptoms, diagnosis and diagnosing challenges, treatment and challenges involved in the treatment. The course material has been collected from current literature as well as time proven materials and the author’s many years of experience in working with Incest and Child Sexual Abuse.
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    SOC219 - Assessing Client Risk for Self Harm
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will help mental health professionals recognize behavior patterns and warning signs that a person may be at risk for suicide. It will define and standardize a continuum of behaviors and terminology. It will teach mental health professional to recognize risk factors as well as to identify protective factors.
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    SOC218 - Interviewing Skills for Chemical Dependency Counseling
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will provide mental health professionals with an understanding of a clinical interview. It will discuss the advantages of the interview along with the major types of clinical interviews that exist. Some of the therapist behaviors that affect the interview will also be explored. Characteristics of good interviewing skills and components of good listening skills will be identified. Assessing acute alcohol or drug intoxication will also be addressed.
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    SOC217 - Disability and the search for God
    1 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will search some clinical issues regarding chronic illness and disability, including looking for reasons, explanations, both spoken and silent, for meaning in suffering of any kind. We will explore self-perception, attitudes and perceptions of others and the effects of illness on families. In addition the impact on the clinician will be discussed.
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    SOC216 - Bereavement Counseling
    3 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course considers the difference between a typical grief reaction and complicated grief reaction. Recognizing and assessing the bereaved who may be at risk for developing a complicated grief reaction enhances the therapeutic relationship as well as the efficacy of treatment.
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    SOC215 - History of Dream Interpretation in Social Work
    4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will present an overview of the history of dream interpretation in order to help social workers and mental health workers identify the major theories regarding the use of dream interpretation in psychology.
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    SOC214 - Multiple Sclerosis:Understanding and Treating the Victims
    5 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will provide the professional with the knowledge for understanding and treating Multiple Sclerosis victims. This course will include the definition of Multiple Sclerosis, the statistics, symptoms, diagnosis, and types of the disease, treatments, prognosis, future of treatments for Multiple Sclerosis and literature and support groups available.
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    SOC212 - Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder: Boundary Implications
    4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course will introduce students to the terms clinicians should be knowledgeable about when dealing with thier clients boundaries and daily trauma.
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    SOC211 - EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique
    4 CEU's / Contact Hours 
    This course is an introduction to the Emotional Freedom Technique. EFT Sometimes called an emotional version of acupuncture, EFT uses a gentle tapping procedure, instead of needles, to balance the body’s energy meridian system. Based on the 5000 year old technology of acupuncture, EFT is a safe and noninvasive technique that can be effective with a number of different issues. It is an easy-to-learn, physician-approved, self-help tool.
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