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Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus...
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Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus during this period of development, both positive ones as well as negative interactions such as bullying. This course will discuss the social and behavioral transitions for school-aged children as well as the warning signs of bullying and how families and teachers can be helpful in bullying prevention.
Once in elementary school, children enter a new world of social contexts as they build friendships and identify areas of interest both in school and in their communities. Peer relationships are a major focus during this period of development, both positive ones as well as negative interactions such as bullying. This course will discuss the social and behavioral transitions for school-aged children as well as the warning signs of bullying and how families and teachers can be helpful in bullying prevention.
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School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly...
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School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly because children spend a majority of their days at school and home accessing media. The Internet combines print, audio, and screen media into one easily accessed portal and has changed the way children socialize. This course will discuss the role that media and technology plays in the lives of school-aged children and the impact both media and technology have on socialization outcomes.
School-aged children use technology daily, and media and technology is rapidly changing becoming more advanced almost by the day. Media and technology impacts children's lives in astounding ways, particularly because children spend a majority of their days at school and home accessing media. The Internet combines print, audio, and screen media into one easily accessed portal and has changed the way children socialize. This course will discuss the role that media and technology plays in the lives of school-aged children and the impact both media and technology have on socialization outcomes.
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Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for...
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Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for understanding the beliefs and value system that guides parents as they socialize their children. Parents are not the only influence on socialization, however. Child care providers and schools also influence the socialization process. This course will discuss how parenting motivations and style impact socialization as well as how school settings relate to a child's overall socialization process.
Parenthood remains a core value in American culture, and the drive to become a parent is strong despite the high cost of raising a child. Understanding the motivation for parenthood sets the stage for understanding the beliefs and value system that guides parents as they socialize their children. Parents are not the only influence on socialization, however. Child care providers and schools also influence the socialization process. This course will discuss how parenting motivations and style impact socialization as well as how school settings relate to a child's overall socialization process.
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Deliberate self-harm is an important public health concern impacting children and adolescents. Although once considered rare, an increasing number of children and adolescents engage in deliberate self-harm or...
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Deliberate self-harm is an important public health concern impacting children and adolescents. Although once considered rare, an increasing number of children and adolescents engage in deliberate self-harm or self-mutilating behaviors, including hitting, cutting, burning, hair-pulling, skin picking, and other behaviors intended to create injury. While self-harming behaviors are frightening to others, underlining reasons for the behavior is typically to ease emotional distress. This course will explore the reasons children and adolescents engage in self-harming behaviors and review some of the underlying causes that have been identified. The course will also explore signs and risk factors seen with deliberate self-harm, as well as the most effective treatment approaches.
Deliberate self-harm is an important public health concern impacting children and adolescents. Although once considered rare, an increasing number of children and adolescents engage in deliberate self-harm or self-mutilating behaviors, including hitting, cutting, burning, hair-pulling, skin picking, and other behaviors intended to create injury. While self-harming behaviors are frightening to others, underlining reasons for the behavior is typically to ease emotional distress. This course will explore the reasons children and adolescents engage in self-harming behaviors and review some of the underlying causes that have been identified. The course will also explore signs and risk factors seen with deliberate self-harm, as well as the most effective treatment approaches.
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There are seven key principles that summarize the understanding of self-regulation development. This CE course provides a comprehensive framework for understanding those key principles of self-regulation in...
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There are seven key principles that summarize the understanding of self-regulation development. This CE course provides a comprehensive framework for understanding those key principles of self-regulation in context using a theoretical model that reflects the influence of biology caregiving and the environment on the development of self-regulation. Consideration of how stress and adversity may impact self-regulation along with the developmental tasks of self-regulation from birth through young adulthood with particular attention to contextual factors that may impact development are also discussed. Article Author: Office of Planning Research and Evaluation Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
There are seven key principles that summarize the understanding of self-regulation development. This CE course provides a comprehensive framework for understanding those key principles of self-regulation in context using a theoretical model that reflects the influence of biology caregiving and the environment on the development of self-regulation. Consideration of how stress and adversity may impact self-regulation along with the developmental tasks of self-regulation from birth through young adulthood with particular attention to contextual factors that may impact development are also discussed. Article Author: Office of Planning Research and Evaluation Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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This CEU course provides an overview of cultural competence for organizations serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds by exploring: what constitutes as cultural competence;...
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This CEU course provides an overview of cultural competence for organizations serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds by exploring: what constitutes as cultural competence; how cultural competence can be enhanced within organizations; cultural competence among individual staff and service providers; culturally adapted programs; and the measurement of cultural competence.
This CEU course provides an overview of cultural competence for organizations serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds by exploring: what constitutes as cultural competence; how cultural competence can be enhanced within organizations; cultural competence among individual staff and service providers; culturally adapted programs; and the measurement of cultural competence.
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This CEU course provides information to support sexual assault services programs in strengthening their organizational and individual responses to survivors of sexual violence through the use of a...
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This CEU course provides information to support sexual assault services programs in strengthening their organizational and individual responses to survivors of sexual violence through the use of a trauma-informed approach by discussing the following topics: understanding trauma; defining trauma-informed services; core principles of trauma-informed services; spheres of implementation; and a guide for integrating trauma-informed services. This material was reprinted with permission from The National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication entitled "Building Cultures of Care: A Guide for Sexual Assault Services Programs." This guide is available by visiting www.nsvrc.org.
This CEU course provides information to support sexual assault services programs in strengthening their organizational and individual responses to survivors of sexual violence through the use of a trauma-informed approach by discussing the following topics: understanding trauma; defining trauma-informed services; core principles of trauma-informed services; spheres of implementation; and a guide for integrating trauma-informed services. This material was reprinted with permission from The National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication entitled "Building Cultures of Care: A Guide for Sexual Assault Services Programs." This guide is available by visiting www.nsvrc.org.
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This course provides detailed information on: sexual harassment in the workplace; prevention of sexual harassment; employer responsibilities liability and obligations; employee responsibilities; types of...
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This course provides detailed information on: sexual harassment in the workplace; prevention of sexual harassment; employer responsibilities liability and obligations; employee responsibilities; types of sexual harassment claims; behavior that is considered sexual harassment; the steps one should take if they are being sexually harassed; and the EEOC's role in sexual harassment claims.
This course provides detailed information on: sexual harassment in the workplace; prevention of sexual harassment; employer responsibilities liability and obligations; employee responsibilities; types of sexual harassment claims; behavior that is considered sexual harassment; the steps one should take if they are being sexually harassed; and the EEOC's role in sexual harassment claims.
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This CEU course provides information to state and community-based sexual violence prevention educators and practitioners on preventing sexual violence against individuals who identify as lesbian gay bisexual...
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This CEU course provides information to state and community-based sexual violence prevention educators and practitioners on preventing sexual violence against individuals who identify as lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer or questioning (LGBTQ) by discussing background information practical tips and examples of existing LGBTQ-inclusive sexual violence prevention efforts and recommendations on how to design LGBTQ-specific prevention programming. This material was reprinted with permission from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication entitled "Guide for Transformative Prevention Programming: Sexual violence & individuals who identify as LGBTQ."
This CEU course provides information to state and community-based sexual violence prevention educators and practitioners on preventing sexual violence against individuals who identify as lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer or questioning (LGBTQ) by discussing background information practical tips and examples of existing LGBTQ-inclusive sexual violence prevention efforts and recommendations on how to design LGBTQ-specific prevention programming. This material was reprinted with permission from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication entitled "Guide for Transformative Prevention Programming: Sexual violence & individuals who identify as LGBTQ."
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This CE course provides advocates working in community-based sexual assault programs with an understanding of sexual violence in the military and to offer resources to support their collaborative efforts with...
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This CE course provides advocates working in community-based sexual assault programs with an understanding of sexual violence in the military and to offer resources to support their collaborative efforts with military personnel in responding to the needs of survivors and preventing sexual violence. This material was reprinted with permission from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication titled "Sexual Violence in the Military: A Guide for Civilian Advocates." This guide is available by visiting www.nsvrc.org. Article Author: National Sexual Violence Resource Center Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
This CE course provides advocates working in community-based sexual assault programs with an understanding of sexual violence in the military and to offer resources to support their collaborative efforts with military personnel in responding to the needs of survivors and preventing sexual violence. This material was reprinted with permission from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center's publication titled "Sexual Violence in the Military: A Guide for Civilian Advocates." This guide is available by visiting www.nsvrc.org. Article Author: National Sexual Violence Resource Center Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Childhood sexual abuse has multiple negative impacts across the lifespan. In the U.S. alone, an estimated one out of three females and one out of five males will be sexually victimized before they turn 18...
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Childhood sexual abuse has multiple negative impacts across the lifespan. In the U.S. alone, an estimated one out of three females and one out of five males will be sexually victimized before they turn 18 years old. Prior sexual abuse can often manifest through sexualized behaviors and mental health disorders in children and adolescents. Children who have been sexually or physically abused have been found to suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and attention deficit /hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Children who have experienced sexual abuse are also frequently diagnosed with anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, disruptive disorders, depression, suicidal ideation and suicide attempts. Children who have experienced sexual abuse may also victimize other children. Because of the extensive trauma seen in children and adolescents who have been sexually abused, effective treatment is paramount for reducing behaviors that place the individuals, their families, and the wider community at risk for ongoing trauma. This course provides a look at what is normal and not when considering sexualized behavior in children and adolescents. This course will also explore the reasons why youth may act out sexually. Finally, advice to parents and suggestions for effective treatment will be explored.
Childhood sexual abuse has multiple negative impacts across the lifespan. In the U.S. alone, an estimated one out of three females and one out of five males will be sexually victimized before they turn 18 years old. Prior sexual abuse can often manifest through sexualized behaviors and mental health disorders in children and adolescents. Children who have been sexually or physically abused have been found to suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and attention deficit /hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Children who have experienced sexual abuse are also frequently diagnosed with anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, mood disorders, disruptive disorders, depression, suicidal ideation and suicide attempts. Children who have experienced sexual abuse may also victimize other children. Because of the extensive trauma seen in children and adolescents who have been sexually abused, effective treatment is paramount for reducing behaviors that place the individuals, their families, and the wider community at risk for ongoing trauma. This course provides a look at what is normal and not when considering sexualized behavior in children and adolescents. This course will also explore the reasons why youth may act out sexually. Finally, advice to parents and suggestions for effective treatment will be explored.
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This course was developed from the Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012 publication which presents statistics and trends for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States through 2012...
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This course was developed from the Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012 publication which presents statistics and trends for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States through 2012 and summarizes data on the three notifiable disease for which there are federally funded control programs: chlamydia gonorrhea and syphilis
This course was developed from the Sexually Transmitted Disease Surveillance 2012 publication which presents statistics and trends for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States through 2012 and summarizes data on the three notifiable disease for which there are federally funded control programs: chlamydia gonorrhea and syphilis
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This course was developed from the STD Surveillance 2012 publication which provides the public health impact direct impact on pregnancy and observations in the United States for chlamydia gonorrhea syphilis...
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This course was developed from the STD Surveillance 2012 publication which provides the public health impact direct impact on pregnancy and observations in the United States for chlamydia gonorrhea syphilis and PID among women and infants.  In addition this publication addresses chlamydia gonorrhea and syphilis among adolescents and young adults racial and ethnic minorities and among men who have sex with men.
This course was developed from the STD Surveillance 2012 publication which provides the public health impact direct impact on pregnancy and observations in the United States for chlamydia gonorrhea syphilis and PID among women and infants.  In addition this publication addresses chlamydia gonorrhea and syphilis among adolescents and young adults racial and ethnic minorities and among men who have sex with men.
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This course explores research intervention strategies and resources to assist professionals in preserving connections among siblings by discussing: the sibling relationship; legal frameworks for protecting...
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This course explores research intervention strategies and resources to assist professionals in preserving connections among siblings by discussing: the sibling relationship; legal frameworks for protecting sibling connections; sibling relationships in abusive or neglectful families; benefits of and barriers to placing siblings together; practices for keeping siblings together in placement; maintaining ties between separated siblings; and sibling issues within the foster or adoptive family.
This course explores research intervention strategies and resources to assist professionals in preserving connections among siblings by discussing: the sibling relationship; legal frameworks for protecting sibling connections; sibling relationships in abusive or neglectful families; benefits of and barriers to placing siblings together; practices for keeping siblings together in placement; maintaining ties between separated siblings; and sibling issues within the foster or adoptive family.
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Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the World. Understanding the basics of Spanish is important for anyone interacting with Spanish speaking people. This course will teach you the basic...
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Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the World. Understanding the basics of Spanish is important for anyone interacting with Spanish speaking people. This course will teach you the basic information to begin learning a new language. Topics covered in this course are: basic sentence structure; pronunciation and the alphabet; common Spanish greetings; Spanish question words; understanding gender related vocabulary; and much more. Get started learning Spanish today!
Spanish is the second most widely spoken language in the World. Understanding the basics of Spanish is important for anyone interacting with Spanish speaking people. This course will teach you the basic information to begin learning a new language. Topics covered in this course are: basic sentence structure; pronunciation and the alphabet; common Spanish greetings; Spanish question words; understanding gender related vocabulary; and much more. Get started learning Spanish today!
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When learning Spanish it’s good to learn the basics that you will use every day. In this course you will learn Spanish words for: numbers, days of the week, months of the year, the seasons, and the time of...
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When learning Spanish it’s good to learn the basics that you will use every day. In this course you will learn Spanish words for: numbers, days of the week, months of the year, the seasons, and the time of the day. These basic words are necessary to communicate in Spanish. Once you learn the basics of these elements if will be easier to understand Spanish conversations.
When learning Spanish it’s good to learn the basics that you will use every day. In this course you will learn Spanish words for: numbers, days of the week, months of the year, the seasons, and the time of the day. These basic words are necessary to communicate in Spanish. Once you learn the basics of these elements if will be easier to understand Spanish conversations.
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Spanish for the Work Environment covers vocabulary and phrases you will need in every day office conversations. Learn to communication in Spanish about different types of businesses and departments within a...
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Spanish for the Work Environment covers vocabulary and phrases you will need in every day office conversations. Learn to communication in Spanish about different types of businesses and departments within a company. Be able to give directions for using office equipment or getting around the building. This course will help you feel more comfortable talking with your Spanish speaking co-workers in a professional manner.
Spanish for the Work Environment covers vocabulary and phrases you will need in every day office conversations. Learn to communication in Spanish about different types of businesses and departments within a company. Be able to give directions for using office equipment or getting around the building. This course will help you feel more comfortable talking with your Spanish speaking co-workers in a professional manner.
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In the business world, most people in Human Resources need a basic understanding of Spanish related to hiring employees. Our course is designed for human resource associates, recruiters, supervisors and...
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In the business world, most people in Human Resources need a basic understanding of Spanish related to hiring employees. Our course is designed for human resource associates, recruiters, supervisors and others who interact with Spanish-speaking applicants and employees. The purpose is to help interview, hire, briefly explain job applications, and communicate to Spanish speakers.
In the business world, most people in Human Resources need a basic understanding of Spanish related to hiring employees. Our course is designed for human resource associates, recruiters, supervisors and others who interact with Spanish-speaking applicants and employees. The purpose is to help interview, hire, briefly explain job applications, and communicate to Spanish speakers.
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Spanish for Office Administration is designed to help professionals in the workforce learn real-life vocabulary to use on the job. Each part of this course focuses on a different task related to job functions...
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Spanish for Office Administration is designed to help professionals in the workforce learn real-life vocabulary to use on the job. Each part of this course focuses on a different task related to job functions in today’s businesses. This course covers vocabulary and phrases for general office tasks such as: writing a basic correspondence or a contract, understanding shipping & invoicing, and Spanish words related to functioning on a computer.
Spanish for Office Administration is designed to help professionals in the workforce learn real-life vocabulary to use on the job. Each part of this course focuses on a different task related to job functions in today’s businesses. This course covers vocabulary and phrases for general office tasks such as: writing a basic correspondence or a contract, understanding shipping & invoicing, and Spanish words related to functioning on a computer.
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Our course is designed to help professionals in customer service learn the Spanish they need to know for the jobs they do. This course is designed for managers, supervisors and other customer service...
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Our course is designed to help professionals in customer service learn the Spanish they need to know for the jobs they do. This course is designed for managers, supervisors and other customer service associates to learn basic Spanish for customer service. The purpose is to help connect & communicate with Spanish speaking customers, to understand their needs and process basic transactions efficiently.
Our course is designed to help professionals in customer service learn the Spanish they need to know for the jobs they do. This course is designed for managers, supervisors and other customer service associates to learn basic Spanish for customer service. The purpose is to help connect & communicate with Spanish speaking customers, to understand their needs and process basic transactions efficiently.
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In today’s multi-cultural world it’s important to learn key words and phrases in Spanish especially those related to health, safety and emergencies. In this course you will learn Spanish words and phrases...
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In today’s multi-cultural world it’s important to learn key words and phrases in Spanish especially those related to health, safety and emergencies. In this course you will learn Spanish words and phrases about: giving safety instructions, infection control, common injuries, emergency instructions and commands, body parts, and medications. These types of words and phrases are imperative to know both personally and in the workplace.
In today’s multi-cultural world it’s important to learn key words and phrases in Spanish especially those related to health, safety and emergencies. In this course you will learn Spanish words and phrases about: giving safety instructions, infection control, common injuries, emergency instructions and commands, body parts, and medications. These types of words and phrases are imperative to know both personally and in the workplace.
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The workplace today is multi-cultural and Spanish speaking people make up a large percent of the business workforce. The Spanish speaking world is rich in history, music, culture, and traditions. Success in...
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The workplace today is multi-cultural and Spanish speaking people make up a large percent of the business workforce. The Spanish speaking world is rich in history, music, culture, and traditions. Success in business is not just about your product and service it’s about people, traditions and relationships.
The workplace today is multi-cultural and Spanish speaking people make up a large percent of the business workforce. The Spanish speaking world is rich in history, music, culture, and traditions. Success in business is not just about your product and service it’s about people, traditions and relationships.
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This course provides introductory information about spice and bath salts for behavior health professionals who treat people with mental illness substance use disorders or both. It is not meant to present...
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This course provides introductory information about spice and bath salts for behavior health professionals who treat people with mental illness substance use disorders or both. It is not meant to present comprehensive information about spice or bath salts or treatment of substance use disorders involving their use.
This course provides introductory information about spice and bath salts for behavior health professionals who treat people with mental illness substance use disorders or both. It is not meant to present comprehensive information about spice or bath salts or treatment of substance use disorders involving their use.
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Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that...
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Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that individuals have to be willing to change in order to effectively engage in treatment. Incorporating the stages of change model is important to determine the most effective treatment strategies for clients. The use of motivational strategies can facilitate progress through the stages of change model in order to increase positive outcomes in treatment and improve the therapeutic alliance. The purpose of this course is to provide a general overview of how change occurs and the stages of change model.
Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that individuals have to be willing to change in order to effectively engage in treatment. Incorporating the stages of change model is important to determine the most effective treatment strategies for clients. The use of motivational strategies can facilitate progress through the stages of change model in order to increase positive outcomes in treatment and improve the therapeutic alliance. The purpose of this course is to provide a general overview of how change occurs and the stages of change model.
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Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that...
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Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that individuals have to be willing to change in order to effectively engage in treatment. Incorporating the stages of change model is important to determine the most effective treatment strategies for clients. The use of motivational strategies can facilitate progress through the stages of change model in order to increase positive outcomes in treatment and improve the therapeutic alliance. The purpose of this course is to provide a general overview of how change occurs and the stages of change model.
Behavioral health clinicians use the stages of change model to assess the willingness of clients to change maladaptive behaviors. This model is based on the understanding that change is a process and that individuals have to be willing to change in order to effectively engage in treatment. Incorporating the stages of change model is important to determine the most effective treatment strategies for clients. The use of motivational strategies can facilitate progress through the stages of change model in order to increase positive outcomes in treatment and improve the therapeutic alliance. The purpose of this course is to provide a general overview of how change occurs and the stages of change model.
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