Our hybrid supervision course is intended to provide foundational knowledge and skills for those assuming supervisory responsibilities in their career. The course meets the Minnesota Board of Social Work and the Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy requirements for individuals working in or hoping to engage in a supervisory capacity. (30.0 CEUs)
This conference will explore the unique factors that influence the grieving process. Conference sessions focus on effective strategies and interventions related to grief and loss, and how we can support ourselves and others with care and compassion during these challenging times. (8.5 CEUs)
This short course focuses on the challenges and issues surrounding ADHD in girls and women, including increased efforts to diagnose, manage and provide effective treatment while correcting gender disparity. (1.5 CEUs for successful completion)
This short course will focus on social work roles and how misunderstanding of them might impact our clients and potentially their outcomes. We will also discss strategies to improve public awareness and educate other disciplines. Defining the roles we play, and the knowledge and skills we offer, will better serve our clients and others that serve them (1.5 CEUs for successful completion).
This short course examines the role of social work in building inclusive and equitable practice in multidiciplinary settings. (1.0 CEU for successful completion)
This course explores the symptoms and behaviors that children display following a traumatic event. (1.0 CEU for successful completion)
This course explores the ASAM approach for assessing individuals in a holistic and culturally-minded manner. We will examine the six dimensions to rate severity and determine the level of care needed. Using this method will help you and your supervisees determine optimal treatment plans. (1.0 CEU for successful completion)
This course is focused on the topic of conflict. Strategies for dealing with conflict and communication styles will be discussed. (1.0 CEU for successful completion)
This course will focus on the Revisions to the Code of Ethics from NASW as they pertain to self-care and cultural competency. Ethical models as well as an ethical decision-making model will be discussed to aid the practitioner when encountering an ethical situation. (1.5 CEUs for successful completion)
Understand what it means to live and work ethically by employing the principles of moral courage. Participants will learn to gauge their own moral courage compass and how to apply concepts of moral courage in their own practice. (2.0 Ethics CEUs for successful course completion)
Self-care is often discussed in workshops with grand ideas of our finding balance in our lives. This course explores some of the struggles we experience in taking those ideas and transforming them into practice. This course explores the implications of not practicing self-care and how it impacts our clients. A Self-Care Plan template is provide as you begin a journey toward greater balance. (1.5 CEUs for successful completion)
Choose from French, German, and Spanish language courses on interesting topics. (2 Graduate Credits)
Choose from French, German, and Spanish language courses on interesting topics. (4 Graduate Credits)
This short course examines the difference between grief and depression and assists the practitioner to best address the needs and provide appropriate interventions to assist in the healing of the individual. (1.5 CEUs for successful completion)
This course selection is for Language Training Center (LTC) participants only who wish to receive undergraduate college credit for their language course (3 undergraduate credits)
This course selection is for Language Training Center (LTC) participants only who wish to receive undergraduate college credit for their language course (4 undergraduate credits)
Part one of a self-paced program designed to support individuals seeking a Minnesota teaching license through the non-traditional Licensure via Portfolio track. Students will focus on classroom lessons in the content area they are pursuing for licensure. Five asynchronous modules will provide students with materials to gain knowledge about topics supporting their path to Minnesota licensure.
Part two of a self-paced program designed to support individuals seeking a Minnesota teaching license through the non-traditional Licensure via Portfolio track. Students will focus on classroom lessons in the content area they are pursuing for licensure. Five asynchronous modules will provide students with materials to gain knowledge about topics supporting their path to Minnesota licensure.
This training will present the basic concepts of motivational interviewing and its significance in addressing ambivalence in the change process (3.0 CEUs for successful completion).
Understanding the importance of healthy boundaries and the impact they have on our interactions with clients, and ethical decision-making in the field is vital to our professional lives. Healthy boundaries and warning signs of blurred boundaries will be discussed, along with strategies for addressing boundary concerns and maintaining a healthy practice (1.5 CEUs for successful completion).
This short course outlines how wellness is essential in both preventative and reactive practice for both supervisee and supervisor. (1.5 CEUs for successful completion)
A 30-hour supervision training that you can take at your own pace. The course provides strong, foundational knowledge and skills to those with supervisory responsibilities in their career. The training meets the supervision requirement for the Minnesota Board of Social Work and also provides training beneficial to other supervisors in helping professions. (30.0 CEUs for successful course completion)
Join us for a live webinar exploring the relationship between courageous leadership and the well-being and functioning of our teams. (1.0 CEU)
Join us for a live webinar focused on reflective supervision. Participants will learn to identify the appropriate times to employ this method to benefit staff. (1.0 CEU)
Join us for a live webinar focused on societal and cultural influences, and racial injustices affecting social work practice. We will examine methods to support supervisors in promoting and managing anti-racist interaction while working with clients. (1.0 CEU)
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