Courses: New Courses
Introduction to Psychedelics in Mental Health (2 CEUs)
Participants will learn about the benefits of psychedelic medicine, specifically ketamine, to treat mental health and the importance of social workers' (and behavioral health professionals') involvement in the psychedelic renaissance.
Abuse in Later Life: Our Role in Supporting Older and Dependent Adults (2 CEUs)
This workshop will benefit social workers and advocates working in aging services and/or with dependent disabled adults in California. Participants will learn about the signs and types of elder/dependent adult abuse and reporting responsibilities.
Clinical Supervision of ASWs, AMFTs, and APCCs (15 Hours)3 Courses
These 3 modules meet the 15-hour BBS-mandated training for new clinical supervisors.
Clinical Supervision: Ensuring the Pre-licensure Practitioner’s Scope of Competence (6 CEUs)
This course examines important issues relevant to the supervisor's key responsibilities.
See My Color: Why Racial Colorblindness is Unethical (3 CEUs)
Racial colorblindness is modern day racism and denies the racial disparities that continue to exist in various systems.
Progress in Psychodiagnostics: DSM-5-TR (from -5 and -IV-TR) (3 CEUs)
This clinical workshop is a critical opportunity for all clinicians to stay abreast of contemporary progress in psychodiagnostics.
Understanding and Supporting the LGBTQIA2S+ Community (2.5 CEUs)
This workshop will develop and enrich your knowledge of the LGBTQIA2S+ culture, community, and share the history of the struggles faced.
Queer Social Work: Formulating LGBTQIAP2+ Affirmative Practice (2 CEUs)
This workshop centers Queer Theory as a critical theory-driven and progressive framework to serve LGBTQIAP2+ communities.
Post-Traumatic Growth in an Age of COVID (1 CEU)
This workshop defines the forms of trauma experienced by social workers (and other health/mental health practitioners) during the COVID-19 pandemic.