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Objectives: • Explore the nature and needs of individuals at all developmental levels • Review the most common theories of child development: Psychoanalytic, behavioral, social learning, cognitive, attachment, ecological • Apply theoretical concepts to child development • Hypothesize how failure to accomplish tasks in one area of development can negatively impact other areas
$12.00 for 90 days
Objectives: • Explore the nature and needs of individuals at all developmental levels • Define the client as a person, persons, group, aggregate or community with whom the clinician is engaged in a professional, therapeutic partnership. • Learn how to assist clients in assuming responsibility for their own learning and treatment • Discuss ways to develop collaborative partnership relationships with clients which are critical to the success of client centered learning • Explore ways to improve communication between clients and clinicians and align their conversations accordingly. • Identify information, resources and support for clients that will promote care a way that is evidence informed and respects clients' preferences. • Realize the importance for clients to understand the information in order to facilitate effective learning and treatment compliance • Define the components of the LEARN model.
$6.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Compare and contrast substance abuse treatment and family therapy • Explain how substance abuse treatment and family therapy can be integrated • Discuss the different definitions of family • Identify how families are distinguished from social support groups • Identify the four characteristics of families central to family therapy • Discuss five core components of the systems theory of marriage and family therapy • Discuss the four predominant family therapy models used in substance abuse treatment • Identifying the five stages of change in the Prochaska model • Identify the three levels of recovery in Kaufman's model • Identify the three phases of family change in substance abuse family therapy • Discuss criteria for determining the appropriateness of family therapy with substance abuse clients • Describe the impact of substance abuse on families • Describe the six characteristic patterns of interaction in a substance abusing family • Describe the five characteristic patterns of codependent behavior • Discuss for strategies for addressing substance abuse is that family • Explain the concepts of denial and resistance • Discuss the value of using integrated models for providing substance abuse treatment to families • Discuss the limitations of integrated models • Identify seven general questions we should be answered when choosing and applying a family systems model • Differentiate between the eight integrated models for substance abuse treatment • Identify special populations to consider when using family therapy • Identify some of the most prominent challenges to emerging family therapy and substance abuse treatment • Describe and I components that are necessary in order to provide a comprehensive range of program activities • Define what adequate treatment is characterized by within a culturally competent model of substance abuse treatment and family therapy.
$90.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode 386
$6.00 for 90 days
.Learning Objectives • Describe the need for continuity of care for the offender from substance use treatment facility into the community. • Identify different criteria included in the offender’s needs assessment upon entering treatment. • Define principles and criteria of transition plans. • List commonly used sanctions. • List commonly used rewards. • Describe events in the criminal’s developmental life that could have led to their particular way of thinking and acting. • Define criteria included in discharge planning. • List indicators of treatment success. • List services that are important to incorporate into the life of an offender being discharged from inpatient treatment. • Identify special issues or circumstances that require additional services or attention. • Define confidentiality guidelines and regulations.
$24.00 for 90 days
Based in Part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 350-351 (Video Versions are available at allceus.com/YouTube)
$72.00 for 90 days
Based in part on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episodes 312-318
$48.00 for 90 days
$48.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episode 362
$6.00 for 90 days
This course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episode 40 Goal Setting and 63 Multiple Dimensions of Motivation
$12.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 166 Interpersonal Skills
$6.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 169 CBT Group Activities and Interventions
$6.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • This article describes the basic attitudes and skills needed to ethically work with older adults.
$9.00 for 90 days
Approved by the Florida board for 4 hours of supervisor continuing education. This cannot be used toward the INITIAL 12-hour supervisor training course.
$12.00 for 90 days
This multimedia course is based, in part, on Counselor Toolbox Podcast 173
$6.00 for 90 days
This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Podcast Episodes 061 - Hardiness and Resilience 062 -Mindfulness and Relaxation for the Family
$12.00 for 90 days
This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 069 -Helping Clients Deal with Grief and Episode 246 Helping Client's Deal with Grief Part 2
$9.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Learn why HIPAA was created • Define Protected Health Information or PHI • Identify special requirements regarding transmission of Protected Health Information (PHI) • Identify consumer rights with regard to their PHI
$6.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Discuss advances in HIV prevention and treatment • List the goals of HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR) • Identify the principles of CTR • Differentiate between targeted and routinely recommended CTR • Identify settings and populations that are at increased risk for HIV • Learn about circumstances for which HIV preventative treatment exists • Identify information all clients who request counseling should receive • Identify the elements of HIV prevention counseling • List the characteristics of the effective HIV CTR counselor • List ways to reduce barriers to HIV CTR • Correctly match HIV test technologies and results (screening vs. confirmatory) • Identify the difference between a reactive and nonreactive sample • List possible referral needs for clients testing HIV positive or for high-risk clients • Identify barriers to accessing referral resources • Learn the 11 standards to assess for quality assurance
$30.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES The course covers guidelines from the CDC, OSHA and others regarding HIV, hepatitis and other blood borne pathogens. • Discuss advances in HIV prevention and treatment • List the goals of HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral (CTR) • Identify the principles of CTR • Differentiate between targeted and routinely recommended CTR • Identify settings and populations that are at increased risk for HIV • Learn about circumstances for which HIV preventative treatment exists • Identify information all clients who request counseling should receive • Identify the elements of HIV prevention counseling • List the characteristics of the effective HIV CTR counselor • List ways to reduce barriers to HIV CTR • Correctly match HIV test technologies and results (screening vs. confirmatory) • Identify the difference between a reactive and nonreactive sample • List possible referral needs for clients testing HIV positive or for high-risk clients • Identify barriers to accessing referral resources • Learn the 11 standards to assess for quality assurance
$30.00 for 90 days
Objectives • Review current information about the prevention, transmission and treatment of HIV • Review universal precautions for the prevention of HIV and needle sticks • Review current information about hepatitis transmission, symptoms and treatment. • Review information on current Florida law on acquired immune deficiency syndrome and its impact on testing, confidentiality of test results, and treatment of patients.
$6.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 181 Human Development and Mental Health Part 1
$6.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 182 Human Development and Mental Health Part 2
$6.00 for 90 days
Based on Counselor Toolbox Podcasts 93-96, 181, 182, 270
$30.00 for 90 days
This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 025- Thinking Errors and Episode 136 - Identifying and Addressing Thinking Errors
$6.00 for 90 days
This course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episode: 48 Text materials are also provided as an option for those who prefer to learn by reading.
$3.00 for 90 days
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
Based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes 142-144
$45.00 for 90 days
Learner Objectives • Describe prenatal development and birth process. Demonstrate awareness of the critical development that occurs during the prenatal period to three years of age. (FDOH B-1) • Define, discuss and apply major theories of human growth and development (e.g., Erikson, Vygotsky, Piaget) and the interrelatedness of the developmental domains. (FDOH B-2) • Distinguish between differences related to cultural practices (ethnic and regional) and educational delays, as these differences relate to coaching families in ways to help their children make developmental progress. (FDOH B-3, B-14) • Describe the etiology and symptomology of common developmental disabilities or conditions in young children and their developmental effect, including disorders of central and peripheral nervous system; bones muscles and joints; genetics, metabolic and gastrointestinal tract; heart, lungs and circulation; chronic illness; sensory systems; and learning disabilities/cognitive delay. (FDOH B-3,B-4,B-5,B-7) • Identify characteristics of physical contexts influencing development and learning. (FDOH B-7, B-3, B-4) • Describe sequences, characteristics, and interrelationships in development across domains, including attachment and social/emotional development, sensory perceptual and motor development, development of knowledge and understanding, development of communication and language. (FDOH B-14, B-7, B-6, B-5, B-4) • Describe theoretical and research models regarding interactions between disabilities, risk factors, environments and development. (FDOH B-14, B-6, B-7, B-5, B-4, B-3) • Identify potential effects of general and specific disabilities, delays, or risk factors of parent-child interactions and on different domains of development. These include attachment and social/emotional development, sensory perceptual and motor development, development of knowledge and understanding, development of communication and language, environmental/cultural, abuse and/or neglect, biological, prematurity, birth trauma, and parental involvement. (FDOH B-3, B-14, B-7, B-4) • Explain variations in development that may be the result of a disability or health condition and their potential affect on future development. (FDOH B-7, B-4, B-6)
$45.00 for 90 days
Objectives: • Discuss the federal legislation for Part C and references made to teams therein. (FDOH A3, A4) • Define the differences between o Multidisciplinary teams o Interdisciplinary teams o Transdisciplinary teams (FDOH C2, D1, E4) • Describe the roles of team members, including family members. (FDOH D2) • Describe teaming as it relates to o Intake and screening o Evaluation and assessment in natural environments o Providing feedback to families following evaluation/assessment o Report writing o Developing the IFSP o Intervention planning in natural environments o Service delivery (ongoing) in natural environments o IFSP updates o Reassessment o 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 o Benefits for children o Benefits for families o Benefits for providers (FDOH D3) • Describe procedures for conducting effective team meetings o Ground rules and roles o Clear goals and objectives o 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: o Accepting differences in skills and approaches o Ability to work toward consensus o Interest in teaching, learning and working across disciplines o Willingness to invest time and energy for the benefit of all o Commitment to working in full partnership with families o Openness to diversity in learning styles o Role release and the ability to let go of control o Ability to brainstorm and problem-solve o Demonstration of personal and professional maturity (FDOH D5) • Discuss the stages of team development o Forming o Storming o Norming o Performing o 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: o Increase provider knowledge and skills o Improve quality of early intervention services o 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
Learner Objectives • Describe formal and informal assessments including observation techniques during free and structured play as a part of daily routines and use of assessment information for developing and evaluating Individualized Family Support Plans (IFSP). (FDOH C7, C8, E5, E7, E9, E10) • Demonstrate an understanding of assessment terminology (e.g. mean, reliability, validity). (FDOH C5, E3) • Demonstrate an understanding of the diagnostic process and assessment model/approaches, including strength-based and family-driven assessment principles (FDOH C1, C2, C3) • Describe typical norm-referenced, criterion referenced and informal measures utilized in early intervention settings for various functions (screening, diagnosis, instructional planning). (FDOH C5) • Describe the functions of various assessment activities in early intervention including child find, screening, eligibility determination, ongoing assessment, and monitoring progress in intervention. (FDOH A5, E5) • Demonstrate an understanding of the following influences on assessment and identify resources to meet the unique needs of families. (FDOH C4) • Identify the use of open and focused observation, curriculum and norm-referenced tests, criterion-referenced checklists, interviews and parent report for data collection appropriate to different assessment functions and eligibility/program planning. (FDOH C5, E5, E9) • Describe the uses and abuses of assessment instruments and the limitations to administration and interpretation of assessments as applied to young children with special needs. (FDOH C5) • Identify alternative approaches to designing data collection systems to collect developmental and behavioral information on young children, including family-based assessment and transdisciplinary assessment. (FDOH C2, C3) • Describe approaches for observing child/environment interactions, including play environments daily routines, parent/infant and child/child interactions. (FDOH C2, E5) • Identify at least one instrument in each of several types of approaches to data collection (screening instrument, developmental assessment, informational interview, behavior rating, parent-child interaction scale, play observation). (FDOH C5, C6) • Identify and discuss the development of an IFSP and its importance in partnership with family members, incorporating both family goals and approaches, appropriate to the cognitive, affective, language and motor needs of the child. (FDOH C9, F1, F2, F5, G1, G12) • Discuss knowledge of assessment strategies to determine family concerns, priorities, and resources (FDOH C9
$45.00 for 90 days
Objectives: • Explain the principles of Internal Family Systems Theory • Discuss the concepts of the Parts in IFS • Explore ways to use IFS in counseling
$6.00 for 90 days
This course is based on Counselor Toolbox Episode 023- Internet And Gaming Addiction
$9.00 for 90 days
This course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episodes: 01 and 236 Text materials are also provided as an option for those who prefer to learn by reading.
$6.00 for 90 days
Objectives • To explain the military rank structure and organization and distinguish the primary mission and core values of each branch of service. • To describe differences and similarities between Active and Reserve components. • To discuss demographic characteristics of Service members. • To recognize general and deployment-related military terms. • Describe military terms and demographics • Discuss stressors in the military • Report programs offered by DoD relevant to combat and operational stress • Describe implications of military culture for clinicians
$12.00 for 90 days
$6.00 for 90 days
Based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episode 237 and SAMHSA TIP 46 Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient
$90.00 for 90 days
Objectives • To explain the military rank structure and organization and distinguish the primary mission and core values of each branch of service. • To describe differences and similarities between Active and Reserve components. • To discuss demographic characteristics of Service members. • To recognize general and deployment-related military terms. • Describe military terms and demographics • Discuss stressors in the military • Report programs offered by DoD relevant to combat and operational stress • Describe implications of military culture for clinicians
$12.00 for 90 days
Based on Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition by Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes and on podcasts 290-332
$35.00 for 90 days
Learn how to use the Journey to Recovery Workbook to guide substance abuse and co-occurring disorders treatment
$18.00 for 90 days
Based in part on Counselor Toolbox Episode 234
$6.00 for 90 days
Multimedia course offering text, video and audio methods of learning.
$24.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Define life skills and why they are important • Describe the different learning styles • Indentify the characteristics of each dimension of temperament • Discuss the levels of Maslow’s hierarchy • Identify other characteristics which may yield specialized needs.
$12.00 for 90 days
LEARNER OBJECTIVES • Explain why the linkages provided in a Recovery Oriented System of Care (ROSC) is effective as an adjunct to co-occurring disorders treatment • Identify the skills necessary to provide effective service coordination • Identify common causes for the breakdown of service coordination • Identify the eight principles of effective case management and differentiate that from counseling • Effectively identify service gaps and establish and maintain relations with agencies and governmental entities who can address these unmet needs • Identify information to be shared with referral sources and necessary documentation and/or releases to provide that information • Evaluate the outcome of the referral • Use clear and specific language that increase the likelihood of client follow through with the referral • Establish realistic treatment and recovery expectations with the client • Develop relationships with agencies in order to enhance case finding activities • Differentiate between the services required during pretreatment, treatment and aftercare
$12.00 for 90 days
This multimedia course is based in part on Counselor Toolbox Podcast 44. Text-based materials are also provided in the course for those who prefer to learn by reading.
$6.00 for 90 days

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