Online Courses

Courses Found:
10
Provider:
athealth.com
Category:
Family Therapy
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Child Custody: Assessment of Family Custody Issues Using Mental Health This course provides (a) a description of custody-related mental health evaluations, (b) ethical considerations involved in the evaluation process, (c) recommendations for conducting mental health evaluations, and (d) a format for the written report.

Credits:  1 $12.00
Chronic Pain: Biological Understanding and Treatment The authors discuss biopsychosocial factors related to chronic pain as a necessary foundation for understanding and helping clients who are in pain. They review familiar evidence-based counseling approaches including assessment considerations, use of psychotropic medications, cognitive-behavioral strategies, hypnosis and imagery techniques, family ...

Credits:  1 $12.00
Clinical Excellence: Interview with Scott Miller, PhD Scott Miller, PhD, talks about how therapists can achieve superior performance. Dr. Miller outlines steps that therapists can take to determine their level of performance, develop a plan of deliberate practice to improve outcomes, set specific target behaviors the therapist wants to change, and develop a detailed plan to accomplish that objective. ...

Credits:  1 $12.00
Ethics and Risk Management: E-mail Communication - Issues for Mental Health Counselors The authors discuss both the positive use of electronic communication and the need to address fundamental counseling issues that arise in using it. The article examines the AMHCA and ACA ethical codes for the use of technology in the counseling relationship.

Credits:  1 $15.00
Family Counseling: Family Involvement, Assessment, Closure, and Ethical Issues in Family Work This program is for therapists who want to improve their ability to manage family issues. Topics include identifying the need for family involvement; assessing family issues related to the presenting problem; closure issues with families; and ethical issues in family work.

Credits:  7 $80.00
History and Principles of Wraparound Services The wraparound process is a collaborative, team-based approach to service and support planning. This program gives a brief history of the development of the wraparound process and describes ten principles that guide wraparound services for children, youth, and families. Source: National Wraparound Ini ...

Credits:  2 $18.00
Issues in Foster Care: Overview of Attachment Theory Barbara Alexander, LCSW, BCD, president of On Good Authority, interviews Fran Stott, PhD, who provides an overview of attachment theory. Attachment theory posits that children instinctively attach to caretakers in order to achieve security and survival.


Credits:  1 $12.00
Multiple Dimensions of Culture in the Treatment of Adolescents and Their Families This program discusses the meaning of cultural values and treatment issues, including the neglected dimension of the cultural background of the therapist. The course illustrates the application of the multidimensional cultural approach in the case of a rebellious Mexican-American teenager.

Credits:  1 $12.00
Rebuilding Attachments and Encouraging Resilience Richard Kagan, PhD, offers tools that practitioners can use to help parents or other family members and children rebuild fragile or disrupted attachments, change patterns of destructive behavior, and implement safety plans to prevent further neglect, abuse, and trauma.

Credits:  1 $12.00
Working with Gay Youth Barbara Alexander, LCSW, BCD, president of On Good Authority, interviews Ritch Savin-Williams, PhD, Director of the Sex and Gender Lab at Cornell University, and Robert Galatzer-Levy, MD, child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist and co-author of The Course of Gay and Lesbian Lives about issues related to psychotherapy with gay youth ...

Credits:  2 $24.00