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  • Objectives • Concepts of social, political, economic, and cultural systems and their impact on drug taking activity. • The history of licit and illicit drug use. • Research reports and other literature identifying risk and resiliency factors for substance use. • Statistical information regarding the incidence and prevalence of substance use disorders in the general population and major demographic groups.
    $12.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives

    • Review the research on the impact of sleep deprivation on mood, arousal, functioning and somatic symptoms.
    • Identify causes of sleep disturbance
    • Learn interventions for helping clients improve sleep hygiene.
    Free for 30 days
  • Objectives:

    • Introduction to Cultural Competence
    • Core Competencies for Counselors and Other Clinical Staff
    • Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Treatment Planning
    • Pursuing Organizational Cultural Competence
    • Behavioral Health Treatment for Major Racial and Ethnic Groups
    • Drug Cultures and the Culture of Recovery

    Based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 142-144
    $45.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives

    • Define health  literacy
    • Explain why health literacy is important
    • Explore health literacy in a recovery oriented system of care
    • Identify at least 5 ways to improve health literacy
    $18.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives:

    • Define Neuro-Atypical
    • Explore how they may experience the world differently
    • Reflect on experiences not traumatic to people who are neurotypical may be traumatic to those who are neuroatypical
    • Hypothesize about how common parenting practices might be traumatic and overwhelming to the infant/toddler who is neuro-atypical
    • ACEs in individuals who are neuroatypical
    • TIC for people who are neuroatypical
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives:

    • Define the impact of disabilities on the 7 categories of functional capacity
    • Explore unique challenges for people with disabilities
    • Identify attitudinal, procedural and treatment barriers and methods to mitigate them
    • Review other identified behavioral targets
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives:

    • Learn about the interactions of neurotransmitters and hormones and how to increase them naturally including serotonin, dopamine, GABA, Glutamate, norepinephrine and more.
    $3.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives:

    • Identify the benefits of case management
    • Explore the impact of ineffective “standard” treatment
    • Identify goals of the case manager
    • Review the research identifying the most helpful factors in case management
    • Review assessment areas
    • Explore common needs of CM clients
    • Describe characteristics of effective care plans
    $6.00 for 90 days
  • Objectives
    • Define child development
    • Define atypical development
    • Identify one characteristic of fetal development that occurs during each stage (first trimester, second trimester, third trimester)
    • Describe each of the major domains of child development: motor/physical, cognitive, social/emotional, communication/language, and self-help/adaptive
    • Describe the typical (normal) sequences of child development as it pertains to the major domains
    • Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative differences in child development
    • Explain egocentrism and its influence on social relationships in infancy
    • Describe trends in the physical development of children from birth to age 3
    • Describe how thinking changes from birth to age 3
    • Explain why it is important to look at child development from a culturally relevant perspective.
    $45.00 for 90 days
  • oObjectives
    • Discuss the federal legislation for Part C and references made to teams therein. (FDOH A3, A4)
    • Define the differences between
      1. Multidisciplinary teams
      2. Interdisciplinary teams
      3. Transdisciplinary teams (FDOH C2, D1, E4)
    • Describe the roles of team members, including family members. (FDOH D2)
    • Describe teaming as it relates to
      1. Intake and screening
      2. Evaluation and assessment in natural environments
      3. Providing feedback to families following evaluation/assessment
      4. Report writing
      5. Developing the IFSP
      6. Intervention planning in natural environments
      7. Service delivery (ongoing) in natural environments
      8. IFSP updates
      9. Reassessment
      10. Transition planning
        (FDOH C3, C4, C9-11, E2, E3, E4, E6, G1-3, F1-3, 6)
    • Give reasons for and benefits of teaming when considering
      1. Benefits for children
      2. Benefits for families
      3. Benefits for providers (FDOH D3)
    • Describe procedures for conducting effective team meetings
      1. Ground rules and roles
      2. Clear goals and objectives
      3. Decision making process (FDOH E6)
    • Describe the major functions of the professional disciplines and related personnel who may be involved in teaming during the early intervention process, for example: nurse, ITDS, parent, physical therapist, speech/language pathologist, psychologist. (FDOH D4)
    • Discuss attributes of successful team members, such as:
      1. Accepting differences in skills and approaches
      2. Ability to work toward consensus
      3. Interest in teaching, learning and working across disciplines
      4. Willingness to invest time and energy for the benefit of all
      5. Commitment to working in full partnership with families
      6. Openness to diversity in learning styles
      7. Role release and the ability to let go of control
      8. Ability to brainstorm and problem-solve
      9. Demonstration of personal and professional maturity (FDOH D5)
    • Discuss the stages of team development
      1. Forming
      2. Storming
      3. Norming
      4. Performing
      5. Transforming (FDOH D6)
    • Understand the principles of collaborative consultation and discuss methods and strategies when using a consultative model in providing early intervention services to:
      1. Increase provider knowledge and skills
      2. Improve quality of early intervention services
      3. Promote teaming (FDOH D7)
    • Discuss components of effective communication as well as behaviors that interfere with effective communication. (FDOH E1)
    • Discuss adult learning principles that promote maximum involvement of family members and child care personnel. (FDOH C12)
    $54.00 for 90 days

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