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Clinical and Nonclinical Trainings 

From Mental Health First Aid and HIV to Gambling Trainings and Suicide Prevention, we are your source for continuing education in behavioral health. Our courses are certified for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and where appropriate, other certifications.

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Training Institute

2017 Spring Catalogue

Mental Health First Aid- April 6 and April 7, 2017

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an eight-hour course that teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. The training helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
 

Practical Application of Ethics in Clinical Practice- July 6, 2017

This 3 hour training will discuss several avenues of ethics in clinical practice. Participants will be provided with relevant codes of ethics pertaining to their clinical licensure and will have the opportunity to discuss and process several cases with a group of licensed professionals.

Clinical Supervision Series

This series offers a total of 24 clinical supervision CEUs over four sessions, which meets the requirements for applying for a supervision counselor designation. Register for individual sessions or receive a discount rate when registering for the entire series. If you would like to register for the entire series but are unable to attend one of the individual sessions, a second series will be offered in the Fall. You may personally arrange to attend a Fall class in its place. Please contact Carol Metlicka at 216-431-4131 ext. 4202 for more details.

 

Management and Administrative Aspects of Clinical Supervision- March 29, 2017

This six-hour training will aid participants in developing appropriate processes and procedures related to management and administrative aspects of clinical supervision. Participants will practice appropriate documentation, reporting processes, and supervision skills that will enhance their ability to engage in the management and administrative aspects of clinical supervision. 

Using Assessment and Evaluation Tools- April 19, 2017

This six hour training will cover topics of assessment and evaluation of a supervisee’s overall knowledge, skills, and self-awareness. The course will include opportunities to practice using formal and informal evaluation tools to aid the supervisee in skill attainment and enhancement. 

Attending to Counselor Development- May 10, 2017

This six hour training will cover models of clinical supervision with a focus on counselor development. The course will include practice and application of supervision and learning models to enhance supervisee development.

Legal, Ethical, and Professional Responsibilities- June 21, 2017

This six hour training will include a robust review of the legal and ethical issues associated with clinical supervision. Participants will have an opportunity to learn the most recent rules, laws, and ethics associated with the responsibility of clinical supervision. There will be an opportunity to discuss these concepts within the training group to enhance practical application and understanding. Participants will be provided with tip sheets and resources for easy reference.

 

Register for all four sessions in series to receive a $60 discount!- Entire Series

For more information on trainings

Contact Carol Metlicka
216-431-4131, x4202
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