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The Intersection of Being API and Queer

Asian and Pacific Islanders who are also LGBTQ+ face a unique set of challenges based on social and cultural norms and traditions. This one hour webinar will highlight key cultural and social factors that influence and impact the experience of being API and LGBTQ+ in the US.

Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)
Status: Open

Moral Injury in the Helping Fields

We will explore the concept of moral injury, the damage inflicted on one's conscience when one perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress their moral compass.

Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

How To Provide Smoking Cessation Treatment To People With Severe Mental Illness

This webinar provides information about smoking addiction among individuals with mental illness. Practical information about safe, effective tobacco cessation treatment for this group is also provided.  Medications that can be prescribed as well as other tools to help individuals quit are discussed. Myths About Tobacco…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Minimizing Retraumatization in Interviewing and Assessment

Promoting recovery and resilience for individuals impacted by trauma involves developing and implementing interventions specific to the individual trauma experience, and examining ways to reduce re-traumatizing people through their contact with services and systems. Patricia Shannon, PhD is a researcher and professor in the University of Minnesota’s School of…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Refugees and Substance Use in the Karen Community

The experience of trauma in their native country is all too common among immigrants and refugees who are in the United States–and Minnesota. Many develop post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and many have mental health symptoms that stem from the difficulties with resettlement. Also, many refugees and immigrants have…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Integrated Mental Health and Substance Abuse Assessment

Clinicians are well aware that a comprehensive assessment provides the foundation for treatment planning and interventions. Undertaking an Integrated Assessment of mental health symptoms and substance use disorder typically adds complexity and challenges. This presentation will focus on the tools and strategies that can shape an assessment that…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Chasing Change Talk

This webinar is focused on motivational interviewing strategies for evoking and reinforcing change talk. Research indicates that the more the client uses change talk during the interview, the more likely they are to actually move from ambivalence to action. The presenter will demonstrate the use of reflections that evoke…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)

Youth, Drug Use and Co-existing Disorders: Intersections on the Developmental Highway

Adolescence is an exciting time of development, as it inherently involves the exploration of identity, independence and peer relationships. This period may also include risk-taking behaviors, including drug use, as well as the onset of mental and behavioral disorders. This webinar will discuss evidenced-based assessment, intervention and treatment programs…

On-Demand, Virtual Webinar
1 CEU(s)