NASW/Connecticut

May 2024 CE Blast

Continuing Education and Professional Development Webinars


In-person Seminars – held on the UConn Hartford Campus


The Clinical Interview - Fri, May 10, 9 am - 3:30 pm

Building a Private Practice, In-person - Mon, June 10, 9:30 am - 4 pm

One Stone Meditation for Our Clients and Ourselves - Fri, June 21, 9 am - 12 pm

 

Live Webinars


Unmasking Gang Culture: Understanding & Addressing Gang Behavior - Tues, June 4, 6 pm - 8 pm

Children and Grief: A Developmental Perspective - Wed, June 5, 10 am - 12 pm

Coming Home: Readjustment Reactions after Military Service & Deployment* - Sat, June 8, 10 am - 12 pm

Why the DSM Doesn't Acknowledge Sensory Integration Symptoms - Wed, June 26, 10 am - 12 pm

Building a Private PracticeVirtual, 3 pts - Thurs, July 9, 16, 23

Compassionate Care: Elderly Protection and Advocacy - Thurs, Aug 22, 2 pm - 4 pm

 

Approved for CECs.

*Program provides 2 hours of content on working with veterans.

 

Visit our website to view our entire schedule. Questions? Contact ssw.ce@uconn.edu.

Supportive ​Solutions

Behavioral Health and Wellness,​ LLC


Clinical Documentation 101 


Virtual Classes


Wednesday, May 15, 2024 12-3pm

Wednesday, June 12, 2024, 9am-12pm


Live Class


Friday, August 9th 2024, 9am-12pm

CT Women's Consortium

2321 Whitney Ave #401, Hamden, CT 06518


I HATE writing notes.. and you know you do too! We went to school to be clinicians, NOT authors!! And while in school, we learned all about clinical theories, diagnosis, interventions, etc., but clinical documentation was not part of any of our programs. Now here we are, most of us in private practice, writing notes the way we think they should be written with very little guidance from insurance companies. 

 

If you are in private practice and you accept insurance then you NEED to know how to write notes. Insurance companies can audit your charts at anytime and if your documentation doesn't meet their guidelines then you'll be giving back your hard earned money.. and A LOT of it!! 

 

This is an interactive course that includes  example of a biopsychosocial, progress note, treatment plan, and treatment plan update from a real client's chart using a SOAP template; examples of measurable vs. non measurable treatment plan objectives, audit tools, and more!


3 CEUS approved by NASW/CT


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Latino Community Services


May 22, 2024

9:00 a.m. to 2:00


Gender Responsive Trauma Treatment Inclusive of the Challenges Across the Gender Spectrum


This course will review the etiology and symptoms of Gender Specific trauma issues and their impact upon the client's thinking, emotions, and behaviors. 5 Cultural Competence CECs approved by NASW/CT


June 26, 2024

9:00 a.m. to 2:00


Understanding Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Juveniles and Adults


This course will cover the most prevalent information in regarding to Complex PTSD in Juveniles and/or Adults in the mental health and substance using populations which present in the treatment and criminal justice populations.  5 CECs approved by NASW/CT.


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Trans 101: An Introduction to Trans Affirming Care


June 5th 2-5pm


July 12th 9am-12pm


Live interactive webinar by Sarah Gilbert, LCSW


Approved for 3 cultural competency CEC’s through NASW/CT $80


This training is suitable for mental health professionals with little or no experience in working with transgender, non-binary and gender questioning clients. It’s offered on two different dates.


In this engaging, interactive, live webinar, you will be given a foundational knowledge of the diverse array of gender identities, gender expressions, and transition options for clients of all ages. I’ve created this training with actionable information that’s applicable to work with clients across the life span; you’ll leave with knowledge that you can start putting to use right away.


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