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NBCC CE Hours: 6

Effective recordkeeping is vital to effective clinical work and is a key part of sound professional practice. In this workshop we will examine Washington State and Federal legal standards regarding clinical documentation. We will also discuss documentation best-practices to support effective clinical work while minimizing risk of liability. Participants will gain increased understanding of the current standards regarding clinical documentation. This course is intended to meet ethics continuing education requirements.

Purchase $120
Presenter
Eric Strom

NBCC CE Hours: 6

Expanding your clinical practice with employees can provide a range of opportunities and potential pit falls. In this workshop we will examine the legal, ethical, and practical standards regarding employment in health care.

Purchase $149
Presenter
Eric Strom

NBCC CE Hours: 4

Identify therapeutic impact of COVID-19 and social distancing on the human brain and explain it to clients. Apply somatic- and cognitive-based “tips and tricks” for reducing anxiety and increasing self-efficacy during ever-changing times. Analyze clinician self-care and avoid compassion fatigue and burn-out. Develop a plan for successfully treating clients online.

Purchase $100
Presenter
Hannah Smith

NBCC CE Hours: 15

Providing supervision can be a rewarding addition to a clinical practice. Through direct instructions, presentation of real-life scenarios, and group discussions, participants will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of supervision best practices to improve their effectiveness and skill as clinical supervisors.

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Presenter
Eric Strom

NBCC CE Hours: 4

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) has been proven to be a clinically robust and highly effective therapy for all types of people who struggle regulating their emotions. By incorporating modern-day neuroscience, this course will take your basic understanding of the four basic skills – Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, Distress Tolerance, and Interpersonal Effectiveness – to the next level, giving you added understanding of the skills themselves and an increased authority in teaching and using them.

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Presenter
Hannah Smith

NBCC CE Hours: 6

As mental health professionals we are acutely aware of the necessity to maintain ethical standards. Many clinicians have not read the standards recently and risk making subtle clinical judgement errors. Rather than focus on didactic review and theoretical analysis of each, this seminar is designed to highlight common daily ethical problems.

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Presenter
Bruce Spencer

NBCC CE Hours: 3

The recent worldwide public health emergency is sending unprecedented numbers of healthcare providers online. While new technology can provide us with powerful tools to continue to connect and communicate in this changing environment, many mental health professionals are finding themselves less than fully prepared to implement telehealth services. This 3 hour law & ethics seminar is designed to present an introduction into the basic legal and ethical considerations of implementing or expanding your telehealth practice. In this seminar we will discuss Washington State and Federal laws and a range of applicable ethical codes as we work through the rapidly evolving standards. Participants will gain an understanding of how to strategically implement technologies in their clinical practice.

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Presenter
Eric Strom

NBCC CE Hours: 6

We are blessed being a profession that doesn’t enforce mandatory retirement upon us when we reach a certain age. (The majority of people who are no longer working didn’t stop voluntarily…) Clients see our aging and grey hair as wisdom. We can work as much, or as little, as we choose. There will come a time when you are ready to stop working – and retirement has a number of issues you must address before you can retire...

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Presenter
Sandy Voit

NBCC CE Hours: 6

Studies show that LGBTQ+ teens are significantly more likely than peers to experience depression, anxiety, substance-related problems, and suicidal thoughts. They’re also more likely to engage in self-harming behaviors, experience trauma, become homelessness, and under-perform in school settings. Despite these well documented concerns, mental health professionals often feel poorly prepared to provide quality care when meeting with this population. This workshop will provide an interactive, non-judgmental space to explore clinical and ethical considerations when meeting with LGBTQ+ teens.

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Presenter
David Flack

NBCC CE Hours: 3

Youth have been home since mid-March, due to both school closures and the stay-home order. During this time, teen clients have gone from generally unaffected by the coronavirus crisis, to mildly restless, to chronically bored, lonely, and lethargic. In other words, these teens have the Pandemic Blues.

Purchase $50
Presenter
David Flack

NBCC CE Hours: 3

Effective record keeping is vital to effective clinical work and is a key part of sound professional practice. This 3-hour follow up to the primary documentation workshop will provide a summary of Washington State and Federal legal standards regarding clinical documentation. We will then discuss participants’ questions, scenarios, and challenges to gain increased insight into strategies for implementing the legal and ethical standards regarding clinical documentation. This course is intended to meet ethics continuing education requirements

Purchase $65
Presenter
Eric Strom

NBCC CE Hours: 6

This dynamic and interactive workshop will help participants learn more about the brain basics and how to explain the complicated relationship between the neurobiology and psychology of anxiety in client-friendly terms, with the goal of reducing shame and increasing engagement. They will gain insight into the whole person and learn novel ways to deal with resistance in others. They may even learn a bit about themselves!

Purchase $125
Presenter
Hannah Smith

NBCC CE Hours: 6

In this workshop, we’ll develop the knowledge and skills to look behind those masks – in order to address the roots of this covert depression, the impact of the Guy Code, and the Stuckness that results when biological predispositions and environmental stressors collide. Since this Stuckness often includes Big Questions related to death, meaninglessness, and isolation, we’ll consider practical strategies for exploring existential themes with depressed adolescent males.

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Presenter
David Flack

NBCC CE Hours: 1

The Hypothalamus-Anterior Pituitary-Adrenal Cortex (HPA) axis has been a cornerstone in understanding mental health. This course will review the evidence provided by research and teach participants how to integrate it into their practice.

Purchase $25
Presenter
Leo DeBroeck

NBCC CE Hours: 6

Welcome to life after quarantine, where teen clients are bored, lonely and lethargic. For many, depression, anxiety, substance use, self-harm and other concerns have increased. For some, worries about the future have grown into existential dread. As the pandemic continues, these impacts will surely increase.

Purchase $100
Presenter
David Flack