Webinar Category: Adolescents

The Center's Free Webinar Series is broadcast on the second Friday of each month. The live webinars are recorded and archived on our website for free remote viewing at any time. CEUs for any of the archived videos in our library are available for a nominal fee.

Past Webinars

Our past webinars are recorded and available here within one week following the live broadcast. All past webinars are free to view anytime. Each is worth one CEU by purchasing the post test via the PURCHASE CEU link at the bottom of the webinar page. After taking the post test you will receive a pdf of the certificate associated with that webinar.

Vaping and the Developing Brain

How Big Tobacco is Capitalizing on Adolescent Brain Development and What Health Professionals can do About it

With 1 in 5 Minnesota high school students reporting e-cigarette use in the prior month, health care professionals caring for them must understand the short and long-term impact on the adolescent and young adult brain.
Learn More

Current Health Perspectives on the Legalization of Cannabis

Current Health Perspectives on Legalization of Marijuana PowerPoint Slides The debate continues over medical marijuana and broadly legalizing its use among adults. There are several…
Learn More
Overview and Contributions to Our Understanding of Adolescent Mental Health

The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study

The ABCD Study Webinar PowerPoint Slides The Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study is a national Consortium study funded by the National Institutes of Health. To date, 11,875…
Learn More
Applications for Adolescents with Depression

Personalized Intervention for Psychosocial Problems

This webinar provides evidence and a rationale for clinicians as they consider alternative approaches to seeking a useful treatment match with clients. Applications are specific to adolescent depression but…
Learn More
50 Shades of Developing Gray Matter:

Adolescents and Marijuana

Marijuana is the most commonly used “illicit” drug in the United States. Approximately 12% of individuals 12 years of age or older reported using this drug in 2013, and…
Learn More

The Crossover Youth Practice Model

The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, The Juvenile Justice Coalition of Minnesota and Casey Family Programs have been working together with multiple jurisdictions across Minnesota in order to support…
Learn More
Youth, Drug Abuse and Co-existing Disorders:

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,…
Learn More
Contact

Trainings Tailored to Your Team’s Needs

Talk with us about how we can build an evidence-based practice training plan for your team.