nova Live/Real-time, Interactive, Webinars

Many states consider our real-time, live interactive webinars as “formal classroom” or “face-to-face” training.  We are in the process of getting written confirmation from each state to this effect.  The certificates will indicate that you participated in an interactive workshop.

 

States we have received formal confirmation that our interactive webinars would be acceptable to count toward the required live training:

  • Alaska Board of Professional Counselors
  • Connecticut Certification Board
  • Iowa Certification Board
  • Maryland Board of Professional Counselors
  • Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals (Must still apply for post approval: http://ocdp.ohio.gov/ce.stm)
  • Ohio Boards of Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy (must still apply for post-approval: http://cswmft.ohio.gov/Renewal/PostProgramApproval.aspx)
  • Pennsylvania boards of Social Work, Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy

Note:  Participants in states NOT requiring live CEUs can still take the webinars and receive CEU credit.  Additionally, if your state requires live CEUs, but is not listed, it means we have been unable to get a response either way about acceptability. 

States NOT accepting webinars toward the live CEU requirement:

New Hampshire,  New Mexico and Tennessee still consider any form of webinar, live, or not, as homestudy

Live Interactive Webinars

(Can be used for counseling CEUs or addiction counselor precertification training)

The live Addiction Counselor Precertification Training via interactive webinar meets each Tuesday and Thursday beginning at 1pm EST. When you sign up, you will get instructions on how to use Zoom, our interactive platform. It is easy and makes the courses available on most devices.

Curriculum (Each Course is 1 Contact Hour)

  • Understanding Addiction
  • Addictions: Course and Development
  • Overview of Behavioral Addictions
  • Understanding Triggers and Cravings and How to Stop Them
  • Overview of Co-Occurring Disorders and Their Impact on Course and Treatment
  • Bio-psycho-social impact of Co-Occurring Disorders on the Individual, Family, Community
  • Models and Theories of Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Social-Ecological Model
  • What are the Risk and Protective Factors for Co-Occurring Disorders
  • Pharmacology: Stimulants, Depressants, Hallucinogens,
  • Pharmacology: Marijuana.
  • Pharmacology: Designer Drugs
  • HIV, and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Hepatitis TIP 53
  • Screening Overview
  • Communication Skills (Screening
  • Screening and Special Populations
  • Screening: Detoxification
  • Assessment: Motivational Interviewing
  • Assessment: Process, Instruments, Content and Completing the Integrated Summary
  • Assessment: Diagnosis and Differential Diagnosis
  • Assessment: Continuum of Care, Step Down Philosophy and Level of Care Guidelines
  • Assessment: Stages of Readiness for Change
  • Treatment Planning: Understanding Temperament and Individual Differences
  • Treatment Planning: Hierarchy of Needs
  • Treatment Planning Purpose and Process
  • Treatment Planning: Depression
  • Treatment Planning: Anxiety
  • Treatment Planning: PTSD
  • Treatment Planning: Chronic Pain
  • Treatment Planning: ADD/ADHD
  • Case Management, Referral and Service Coordination
  • Referral: Purpose, Process
  • Referral: Advocacy and Self-Advocacy
  • Case Management and the Recovery Oriented System of Care
  • Case Management TIP and Influences of a Multidisciplinary Team
  • Case Management: Program Orientation
  • Case Management: Continuing Care, Relapse Prevention and Discharge Planning
  • Counseling Overview
  • Counseling: Human Growth and Development Birth to 11
  • Counseling: Human Growth and Development Adolescence and Early Adulthood
  • Counseling: Human Growth and Development: Older Adults
  • Overview of Counseling Theories
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Motivational Enhancement Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Mindfulness and Acceptance Therapy
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy
  • Individual
  • Group TIP 41. Substance Abuse Treatment: Group Therapy
  • Family Counseling Overview
  • Family Counseling: Co-Dependency
  • Family Counseling: TIP 39. Substance Abuse Treatment and Family Therapy
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Adult Education Basics
  • Education: Multicultural Issues
  • Documentation: Overview: Purpose, Best Practices, Types, short cuts
  • Documentation: Assessment and Reassessment
  • Documentation: Strengths-Based Treatment Planning and Progress Noes
  • Documentation: Discharge Planning and Relapse Prevention Plan
  • Professional Responsibility: State and federal confidentiality, treatment and reporting requirements
  • Ethics: Scope of Practice Counselor, Peer Counselor, Coach/Sponsor
  • Ethics: Ethical Decision Making
  • Professional Responsibility: Self Care and Burnout Prevention
  • Professional Responsibility: Supervision and Professional Development
  • Adolescent Treatment TIP 32
  • Treatment of Older Adults
  • Criminal Justice TIP
  • Criminal Justice: Thinking For A Change
  • Trauma Informed Care: TIP 57
  • FASD
  • Chronic Pain TIP 54