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Ethical Considerations of Blended Families

This course looks at a variety of case scenerios surrounding blended families.

"This was the best ethics course I've ever taken"- Pauline


  • Understand how blended families are similar to and  different from the traditional "intact" family.
  • Learn about the integration process that blended families must achieve for optimal functioning.
  • Identify seven ethical considerations in treating blended families.
  • Learn to use a values-based approach to think through ethical dilemmas with this population
  • Use five family therapy strategies when helping blended families integrate.

3 CE (Ethics)
Autism Spectrum Disorders

This is an introduction and suggested refresher course to Autism Spectrum Disorders.


  • Overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the problems that may come accompany ASD
  • Overview of diagnosis and available aids for families
  • Overview of adults with ASD
  • Learn treatment options of Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Overview of causes and treatment of ASD
4 CE (Diagnosing)

Mental Health Professionals MUST hold teachers and paras accountable for sticking up for kids who are bullied! Why do we think bullying will go away without adult intervention? The emotional effects can lead to suicide.  


  • Learn the needs of children who are bullied
  • Learn why children may not report bullying
  • Learn the role of mental health professionals and how to intervene
1 CE
Bullying Today!

Take an inside look at a parents findings after logging into her 13 year old sons social website page for 6 months. You will learn how bullying has changed and learn how to stop it.


  • View a parents "inside look" at what social website looks like.
  • Learn the facts surrounding bullying.
  • Learn about the data surrounding cyberbullying
  • Learn the overall signs and effects of bullying
  • Learn about intervention and prevention surrounding bullying
  • Learn the role of school administrators and mental health professionals

8 CE
Children with Sensory Processing Disorder - Serving and Understanding Their Needs

***New Video Course!***

Course includes a PDF of presentation information, Video, and Online Exam.


  • Understanding Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Challenges in Caring for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder
  • What is "Typical" of these Children
  • Modifications and Tools that Improve Treatment
2 CE (Treatment)
Children with Sleep Problems - Serving and Understanding Their Needs

***New Video Course!***

Course includes a PDF of presentation information, Video, and Online Exam.


  • Identify Common Sleep Problems
  • How it Impacts Daily Functioning
  • How Sleep Changes with Age
  • Steps to Take if Problems Persist
2 CE (Treatment)
Children with Visual Impairments - Serving and Understanding Their Needs

***New Video Course!***

Course includes a PDF of presentation information, Video, and Online Exam.


  • Understanding types of visual impairments
  • What is "Typical" about children with vision impairments
  • How to best serve these children
  • Tools that enrich the learning environment
2 CE (Treatment)
Electronic Aggression

This course summarizes what is known about young people and electronic aggression, provides strategies for addressing the issue with young people, and discusses the implications for professionals and parents.


1. Define electronic aggression and uderstand the avenues of harassment 

2. Learn the red flags and behaviors of victims  

3. Review implications of electronic aggression

3 CE
Ethical Boundaries in School Social Work

The course describes the ICRRC system of ethical processing, in which integrity, competence, responsibility, respect, and concern are considered to establish a rationale for making any decision.

Objectives: Participants will be:

  • Familiar with the connection between values and ethics
  • Aware of the decision making steps and addressing ethical dilemmas
  • Aware of the boundaries between informed consent and self disclosure
  • Familiar with the boundaries between confidentiality, duty to warn, and mandatory reporting
  • Aware of boundaries and relationships
3 CE (Ethics)
Mental Health Meds and Suicide Risk

New! This is a must read for all mental health professionals. Seperate articles discuss medications as well as the importance of gun safety as it relates to mental health.   

1. Types of medications used to treat mental health disorders
2. Side effects of medications
3. Directions for taking medications
4. Warnings about medications from the FDA

5. Reducing gun violence 

6 CE (Diagnosing and Treatment)