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18 Credit Continuing Education Program
18 Credit Continuing Education Program

Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Groups, Couples, & Family Therapy - CE Program (BOOK & TEST) - 18 Credits/Hours

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An 18-credit, 180 question book-based CE program based on the book:
Innovations in Clinical Practice: Focus on Groups, Couples, & Family Therapy

Target Audience
Psychologists | School Psychologists | Marriage & Family Therapists | Mental Health Counselors | Social Workers

Learning Level

Learning Objectives
  • Describe a suicidal assessment protocol for adults.
  • List specific types of group therapy, including 
                -  group treatments for children and adolescents with eating disorders,
                -  group therapy with older adults,
                -  multiple family group treatment for persons with schizophrenia,
                -  conducting group therapy in private practice,
                -  disaster preparedness and response groups,
                -  group treatment of addictions, and
                -  group counseling with African-American women.

  • Explain specific approaches to family therapy, including
                -  treatment of antisocial youth and families,
                -  emotionally focused family therapy,
                -  narrative family therapy, and
                -  family treatment for persons with neurological impairments.

  • Name specific types of couples counseling, including
                -  relapse prevention in couples therapy,
                -  solution-focused premarital counseling, and
                -  marital distress prevention programs.

Topics for Study
Treating antisocial youth and families Group treatments for eating disorders among children and adolescents Family therapy that is emotionally focused Group treatment of older adults Preventing relapse in couples therapy Solution-focused premarital counseling Multiple family group treatment for persons with schizophrenia Narrative family therapy Family, group, and individual treatments for patients with neurological impairments Doing group therapy in private practice How to develop groups for disaster preparedness and response The Suicidal Adult Assessment Protocol (SAAP) Group treatment of addiction using a cultural transformation approach Group counseling with African American college women

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