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Video-Only CEU Participation Instructions:
1. We have hours of CEU's that are available for viewing. Watch any of our 3-hour trauma-informed video workshops that are just $40 each. Take a look at the titles below to decide which one sounds best for you!
CEU Workshop Titles
-"Ethical Considerations for Marginalized Populations"
-"Structuring Therapeutic Processes to be more Trauma-Informed, Ethical, & Effective"
-"Family & Generational Trauma: Improving Outcomes Means Families Healing Together"
-"Music & Movement in Healing the Injury of Trauma"
-"Trauma-Informed Communication, Avoiding Triggers & Facilitating Change"
-"Changing ACE Scores Where YOU Are!"
2. GREAT! Now just complete the registration form below
3. Yay look at you go! Now you'll scroll to watch the video of your choice. After the video is complete, please help us improve by filling out a course evaluation form found at the bottom of this page. In the feedback, section lists your name and credentials the date you watched the video, and the workshop title.
*For example: In the course evaluation, Gloria scored the course and typed in the feedback section: "I watched Ethical Considerations for Marginalized Populations on 6/5/2020 and appreciated the dynamic presentation - Gloria Ramirez, LPC"
& Finally, you will follow the prompts in the course evaluation for payment.
The cost is $40 per 3 hours of CEU's with a 25% discount for veterans, state employees, and seniors 65+ (Just apply coupon code 'newview' at checkout)
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ceu Workshop Videos
Treating Ultimate Avoidance: Ethical Considerations for Treating Addiction and Suicide
NEW! Trauma-Informed Communication: Avoiding Triggers for more Ethical & Healing Interactions
The purpose of this workshop is to provide a trauma-informed framework for improving basic communication and interactions, as well as therapeutic approaches and relationships with traumatized populations in our care. We know now that psychological and/or physical trauma, often quite related, are an injury to our mind and body, our thinking and emotions, our cognitive and physical state. And yet by improving our understanding of traumatic symptoms and sensitivities, we can improve therapeutic relationships and outcomes, by truly demonstrating and conveying our real desire and intention, and our ability, to help. I believe that we all come to this work to provide quality care and assistance to those who need us, but it is essential to continue to focus on emotional intelligence, as well as how our own influences, mood or stress-level may impact professional interactions, both with our consumers as well as members of our own teams. Sometimes it just involves some good old-fashioned common sense, but it’s also important to look at what evidence has demonstrated will improve the way we interact w/ one-another. The way we look, sound, our tone and volume, many verbal and non-verbal factors come into play, not to mention the words we choose and the way we structure our sentences. Positive communication does not always come as natural and instinctive, as many negative ‘norms’ and practices continue to be handed down from generation to generation, causing some likely influence upon us all. And positive communication does not mean that all matters discussed are positive or pleasant, of course! No, positive communication is most important and beneficial, when matters are more serious or even urgent, and the greater the crisis, then greater is the need for our most professional, calm, compassionate, and rational responses.
Brief introduction/Review of trauma, definitions, symptoms, cognitive, emotional, and physical impacts
Importance of understanding hyper-vigilance in survivors, implications for communications and interactions
Understanding how our own experiences, influences, beliefs and values can contribute to positive or negative interactions
Identifying common barriers or blockers to healthy/positive interactions, as well as strategies and concepts for improving our communications, responses, and approaches