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The Child Development library integrates history, philosophy, and the applications of child development theories. This library will take an in-depth look at the field of child development, and scientifically...
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The Child Development library integrates history, philosophy, and the applications of child development theories. This library will take an in-depth look at the field of child development, and scientifically identify the changes that occur during childhood through adolescence and then understand how those changes come about taking into account outside sources that are known to influence and impact development.
The Child Development library integrates history, philosophy, and the applications of child development theories. This library will take an in-depth look at the field of child development, and scientifically identify the changes that occur during childhood through adolescence and then understand how those changes come about taking into account outside sources that are known to influence and impact development.
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Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
Equip the staff with the underlying training to address the unforeseen issues with many patients and residents.
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Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Improve Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Care. Additionally, provide theoretical and clinical treatment guidelines and recommendations for mental health clinicians
Improve Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Care. Additionally, provide theoretical and clinical treatment guidelines and recommendations for mental health clinicians
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This short CEU course describes healthy relationship programs' current approaches to addressing intimate partner violence (IPV) and teen dating violence (TDV).Article Author: Kate Krieger et al.; The Office...
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This short CEU course describes healthy relationship programs' current approaches to addressing intimate partner violence (IPV) and teen dating violence (TDV).Article Author: Kate Krieger et al.; The Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU Course
This short CEU course describes healthy relationship programs' current approaches to addressing intimate partner violence (IPV) and teen dating violence (TDV).Article Author: Kate Krieger et al.; The Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU Course
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Suicide is a leading cause of death among people who abuse alcohol and drugs. This CE course presents the " what" and "why" of working with clients with substance use disorders who have suicidal thoughts...
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Suicide is a leading cause of death among people who abuse alcohol and drugs. This CE course presents the " what" and "why" of working with clients with substance use disorders who have suicidal thoughts and/or behaviors. In addition the rational for the approach described is examined along with an understanding of how administrators can provide support for programs and counselors as they address clients' suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Lastly detailed information is provided on how to achieve high-quality implementation of the recommendations given.Article Author: Kenneth Conner Psy.D. M.P.H.; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Suicide is a leading cause of death among people who abuse alcohol and drugs. This CE course presents the " what" and "why" of working with clients with substance use disorders who have suicidal thoughts and/or behaviors. In addition the rational for the approach described is examined along with an understanding of how administrators can provide support for programs and counselors as they address clients' suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Lastly detailed information is provided on how to achieve high-quality implementation of the recommendations given.Article Author: Kenneth Conner Psy.D. M.P.H.; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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The child welfare field is charged with assessing the safety of children while also working with parents to address factors that may have warranted their children’s removal from the home. When children in the...
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The child welfare field is charged with assessing the safety of children while also working with parents to address factors that may have warranted their children’s removal from the home. When children in the foster care system are unable to reunite with their families, some other type of permanent living placement becomes the goal. For over a hundred years, the child welfare and adoption systems have continued to evolve while remaining true to their initial focus on protecting children. With an estimated 700,000 children believed to be victims of abuse or neglect each year, the child welfare and adoption systems continue to provide safety and stability for vulnerable youth. The child welfare and adoption systems must continue to adapt to the diverse needs of families in order to provide effective services. The provision of effective services will help to achieve residential permanency for children and stability for families. This overview of the adoption and child welfare systems will explore the history of child welfare and adoption in the United States. The course will also provide a chronological evaluation of how families become involved with the child welfare system, decisions to provide preventative services or to place children into foster care, the services provided to families, the standard policies and procedures of child welfare, and the decisions to either reunify families or to place children for adoption.
The child welfare field is charged with assessing the safety of children while also working with parents to address factors that may have warranted their children’s removal from the home. When children in the foster care system are unable to reunite with their families, some other type of permanent living placement becomes the goal. For over a hundred years, the child welfare and adoption systems have continued to evolve while remaining true to their initial focus on protecting children. With an estimated 700,000 children believed to be victims of abuse or neglect each year, the child welfare and adoption systems continue to provide safety and stability for vulnerable youth. The child welfare and adoption systems must continue to adapt to the diverse needs of families in order to provide effective services. The provision of effective services will help to achieve residential permanency for children and stability for families. This overview of the adoption and child welfare systems will explore the history of child welfare and adoption in the United States. The course will also provide a chronological evaluation of how families become involved with the child welfare system, decisions to provide preventative services or to place children into foster care, the services provided to families, the standard policies and procedures of child welfare, and the decisions to either reunify families or to place children for adoption.
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Statistics on the incidence and prevalence of sex crimes as well as trend data can provide important insight into the nature and extent of sexual violence that practitioners can use to design and deliver more...
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Statistics on the incidence and prevalence of sex crimes as well as trend data can provide important insight into the nature and extent of sexual violence that practitioners can use to design and deliver more effective prevention and intervention strategies. This CE course presents empirically derived information that helps paint a portrait of what is currently known about the incidence and prevalence of sexual offending and victimization. It also describes the strengths and weaknesses of the available data so practitioners can better assess and interpret the existing knowledge base.Article Author: Susan Faupel M.S.W.; U.S. Department of JusticeExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Statistics on the incidence and prevalence of sex crimes as well as trend data can provide important insight into the nature and extent of sexual violence that practitioners can use to design and deliver more effective prevention and intervention strategies. This CE course presents empirically derived information that helps paint a portrait of what is currently known about the incidence and prevalence of sexual offending and victimization. It also describes the strengths and weaknesses of the available data so practitioners can better assess and interpret the existing knowledge base.Article Author: Susan Faupel M.S.W.; U.S. Department of JusticeExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Each year an estimated 24,000 to 30,000 youth age out of foster care without having obtained a permanent family environment or long-term support system. Many of these youth are in crisis and struggle to...
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Each year an estimated 24,000 to 30,000 youth age out of foster care without having obtained a permanent family environment or long-term support system. Many of these youth are in crisis and struggle to function independently. Youth who age out of foster care have been observed to struggle with homelessness, incarceration, poor educational attainment, high rates of unemployment, and substance abuse (Spencer et al, 2010). Foster care agencies have created independent living programs to address some of the challenges that face older adolescents and youth aging out of the foster care system, but many are not effective at creating positive outcomes. Foster care agencies must look towards providing long term care for young adults who age out of the child welfare system. This overview of providing services to older adolescents will explore the risks associated with foster care, and why this population is more likely to experience negative outcomes. This overview will also evaluate services currently being offered to older adolescents, and provide suggestions which may improve service provision to this population.
Each year an estimated 24,000 to 30,000 youth age out of foster care without having obtained a permanent family environment or long-term support system. Many of these youth are in crisis and struggle to function independently. Youth who age out of foster care have been observed to struggle with homelessness, incarceration, poor educational attainment, high rates of unemployment, and substance abuse (Spencer et al, 2010). Foster care agencies have created independent living programs to address some of the challenges that face older adolescents and youth aging out of the foster care system, but many are not effective at creating positive outcomes. Foster care agencies must look towards providing long term care for young adults who age out of the child welfare system. This overview of providing services to older adolescents will explore the risks associated with foster care, and why this population is more likely to experience negative outcomes. This overview will also evaluate services currently being offered to older adolescents, and provide suggestions which may improve service provision to this population.
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Anxiety disorders represent a common but often debilitating form of psychopathology in both children and adults. This advanced CEU course presents a model of the influence of attachment relationships on the...
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Anxiety disorders represent a common but often debilitating form of psychopathology in both children and adults. This advanced CEU course presents a model of the influence of attachment relationships on the development of stress regulation strategies and discusses the role those relationships play in the development and maintenance of anxiety disorders particularly the neurobiological alterations that underpin them.Article Author: Tobias Nolte MD MSc et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Anxiety disorders represent a common but often debilitating form of psychopathology in both children and adults. This advanced CEU course presents a model of the influence of attachment relationships on the development of stress regulation strategies and discusses the role those relationships play in the development and maintenance of anxiety disorders particularly the neurobiological alterations that underpin them.Article Author: Tobias Nolte MD MSc et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Behavioral health screening is an important step for health care provider organizations to increase access to quality behavioral health care. This CEU course provides steps and examples that organizations...
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Behavioral health screening is an important step for health care provider organizations to increase access to quality behavioral health care. This CEU course provides steps and examples that organizations can follow to build effective behavioral health screening that supports a system of integrated care.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU
Behavioral health screening is an important step for health care provider organizations to increase access to quality behavioral health care. This CEU course provides steps and examples that organizations can follow to build effective behavioral health screening that supports a system of integrated care.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU
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Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) duration plays a prominent role in promoting healthy brain and cognitive development in human children. This advanced CEU course examines whether and how the duration of EBF...
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Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) duration plays a prominent role in promoting healthy brain and cognitive development in human children. This advanced CEU course examines whether and how the duration of EBF impacts the neural processing of emotional signals by measuring electro-cortical responses to body expressions in 8-month-old infants.Article Author: Kathleen Krol Ph.D. et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU
Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) duration plays a prominent role in promoting healthy brain and cognitive development in human children. This advanced CEU course examines whether and how the duration of EBF impacts the neural processing of emotional signals by measuring electro-cortical responses to body expressions in 8-month-old infants.Article Author: Kathleen Krol Ph.D. et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU
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The goal of any intervention is to lower the likelihood of damage that could result from continued use of substances. This short CEU course describes brief interventions therapies cognitive-behavioral...
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The goal of any intervention is to lower the likelihood of damage that could result from continued use of substances. This short CEU course describes brief interventions therapies cognitive-behavioral therapy strategic interactional therapies humanistic and existential therapies psychodynamic therapy family therapy and time-limited group therapy.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology) CEU Course
The goal of any intervention is to lower the likelihood of damage that could result from continued use of substances. This short CEU course describes brief interventions therapies cognitive-behavioral therapy strategic interactional therapies humanistic and existential therapies psychodynamic therapy family therapy and time-limited group therapy.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology) CEU Course
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Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. This short CEU course provides best practices in preventing and responding to...
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Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. This short CEU course provides best practices in preventing and responding to bullying.Article Author: stopbullying.gov; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU Course
Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. This short CEU course provides best practices in preventing and responding to bullying.Article Author: stopbullying.gov; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)CEU Course
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This CEU course examines the well-being of children involved with child welfare agencies; captures information about the investigation of abuse or neglect; collects information about the child's family;...
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This CEU course examines the well-being of children involved with child welfare agencies; captures information about the investigation of abuse or neglect; collects information about the child's family; provides information about child welfare interventions and other services; and describes key characteristics of child development.Article Author: Melissa Dolan et al.; Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
This CEU course examines the well-being of children involved with child welfare agencies; captures information about the investigation of abuse or neglect; collects information about the child's family; provides information about child welfare interventions and other services; and describes key characteristics of child development.Article Author: Melissa Dolan et al.; Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Numerous factors associated with homelessness may increase the risk of developing severe opioid use disorders and make treatment more difficult. This CE course discusses optimal care for people with opioid...
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Numerous factors associated with homelessness may increase the risk of developing severe opioid use disorders and make treatment more difficult. This CE course discusses optimal care for people with opioid use disorders who are homeless or marginally housed addressing clinical and programmatic issues.Article Author: Daniel Meges MD FACP et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Numerous factors associated with homelessness may increase the risk of developing severe opioid use disorders and make treatment more difficult. This CE course discusses optimal care for people with opioid use disorders who are homeless or marginally housed addressing clinical and programmatic issues.Article Author: Daniel Meges MD FACP et al.Exam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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The goal of interagency case management is to connect agencies to one another to provide additional services to clients. This CEU course prepares program workers about getting involved in these efforts by...
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The goal of interagency case management is to connect agencies to one another to provide additional services to clients. This CEU course prepares program workers about getting involved in these efforts by presenting findings from previous evaluation efforts and then proposing a framework for facilitating quality improvement and other evaluative efforts that consider multiple stakeholders and focus on myriad outcomes and data sources.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
The goal of interagency case management is to connect agencies to one another to provide additional services to clients. This CEU course prepares program workers about getting involved in these efforts by presenting findings from previous evaluation efforts and then proposing a framework for facilitating quality improvement and other evaluative efforts that consider multiple stakeholders and focus on myriad outcomes and data sources.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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This CEU course is designed to establish a common starting point for case management work with substance abusers by providing interventions to help substance abusers access needed social services as well as...
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This CEU course is designed to establish a common starting point for case management work with substance abusers by providing interventions to help substance abusers access needed social services as well as discussing the competencies necessary to implement case management functions and the relationship between those functions and the substance abuse treatment continuum.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
This CEU course is designed to establish a common starting point for case management work with substance abusers by providing interventions to help substance abusers access needed social services as well as discussing the competencies necessary to implement case management functions and the relationship between those functions and the substance abuse treatment continuum.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Sweeping changes have dramatically altered the structure of the American family - making marriage less common and fathers less present in their children's lives. This CEU course draws on the first of a...
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Sweeping changes have dramatically altered the structure of the American family - making marriage less common and fathers less present in their children's lives. This CEU course draws on the first of a longitudinal series of in-depth interviews with a subset of fathers participating in the Parents and Children Together Responsible Fatherhood (PACT RF) programs to better understand their lives and experiences including the complexities and difficulties they face as fathers. These interviews focus on fathers' childhoods relationships with their children and the mothers of their children views on fathering employment experiences and participation in the fatherhood programs.Article Author: Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Sweeping changes have dramatically altered the structure of the American family - making marriage less common and fathers less present in their children's lives. This CEU course draws on the first of a longitudinal series of in-depth interviews with a subset of fathers participating in the Parents and Children Together Responsible Fatherhood (PACT RF) programs to better understand their lives and experiences including the complexities and difficulties they face as fathers. These interviews focus on fathers' childhoods relationships with their children and the mothers of their children views on fathering employment experiences and participation in the fatherhood programs.Article Author: Office of Planning Research and EvaluationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Often the lack of stability in a child's living situation physical distance from friends and family and emotional vulnerability put them at risk for traffickers who are actively seeking children and teens to...
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Often the lack of stability in a child's living situation physical distance from friends and family and emotional vulnerability put them at risk for traffickers who are actively seeking children and teens to exploit. This CEU course provides a broad overview of the crossover between the child welfare field and the work currently being done to prevent and respond to human trafficking of children and youth in the United States.Article Author: Child Welfare Information Gateway; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Often the lack of stability in a child's living situation physical distance from friends and family and emotional vulnerability put them at risk for traffickers who are actively seeking children and teens to exploit. This CEU course provides a broad overview of the crossover between the child welfare field and the work currently being done to prevent and respond to human trafficking of children and youth in the United States.Article Author: Child Welfare Information Gateway; U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed...
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This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed as comfort items for a child who is afraid of testifying in court; can a courtroom set-up be physically altered; how to make the oath more meaningful for the children who testify; can the judge order the attorneys to speak and behave in a certain way around children; and how to help a child that is experiencing difficulty in the courtroom.
This CEU course outlines how to create child and adolescent fair courtrooms and addresses issues such as: who would be a good support person for a young child who has to testify; are therapy animals allowed as comfort items for a child who is afraid of testifying in court; can a courtroom set-up be physically altered; how to make the oath more meaningful for the children who testify; can the judge order the attorneys to speak and behave in a certain way around children; and how to help a child that is experiencing difficulty in the courtroom.
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There is a link between perceptions of the threat of sanctions and deterrence from crime among serious adolescent offenders. This CEU course discusses the factors that lead youth who have committed serious...
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There is a link between perceptions of the threat of sanctions and deterrence from crime among serious adolescent offenders. This CEU course discusses the factors that lead youth who have committed serious offenses to persist in or desist from offending.Article Author: Thomas Loughran Ph.D. et al.; U.S. Department of JusticeExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
There is a link between perceptions of the threat of sanctions and deterrence from crime among serious adolescent offenders. This CEU course discusses the factors that lead youth who have committed serious offenses to persist in or desist from offending.Article Author: Thomas Loughran Ph.D. et al.; U.S. Department of JusticeExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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Failure to properly address cultural differences creates and maintains mistrust and other potential conflicts between service providers and potential clients further contributing to low quality of care and...
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Failure to properly address cultural differences creates and maintains mistrust and other potential conflicts between service providers and potential clients further contributing to low quality of care and poor health outcomes. Thus delivering culturally competent services remains a goal and a highly promising approach to promoting positive outcomes among racially and ethically diverse groups and to ultimately reducing health disparities. This CEU course provides an overview of cultural competence for health care professionals serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds.Article Author: Office of Planning Research and Evaluation Administration for Children and Families U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Failure to properly address cultural differences creates and maintains mistrust and other potential conflicts between service providers and potential clients further contributing to low quality of care and poor health outcomes. Thus delivering culturally competent services remains a goal and a highly promising approach to promoting positive outcomes among racially and ethically diverse groups and to ultimately reducing health disparities. This CEU course provides an overview of cultural competence for health care professionals serving children and families from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds.Article Author: Office of Planning Research and Evaluation Administration for Children and Families U.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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One of the primary challenges in the child welfare field is the relationship between professionals working as case managers and the parents of children placed in care. Parents who have their children removed...
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One of the primary challenges in the child welfare field is the relationship between professionals working as case managers and the parents of children placed in care. Parents who have their children removed and placed in foster care experience feelings of shame and grief, which is manifested through anger and outrage and often directed towards case workers and foster parents. Managing these feelings is perhaps the primary barrier facing child welfare workers as they attempt to build a working alliance or therapeutic relationship with parents. This course will discuss how to engage parents in foster care and overcome parental anger in order to effectively work towards family reunification. This course also presents ideas to effectively help case managers and other professionals interact more positively and effectively with parents experiencing anger due to their engagement with the child welfare system, increasing positive outcomes for the entire family system.
One of the primary challenges in the child welfare field is the relationship between professionals working as case managers and the parents of children placed in care. Parents who have their children removed and placed in foster care experience feelings of shame and grief, which is manifested through anger and outrage and often directed towards case workers and foster parents. Managing these feelings is perhaps the primary barrier facing child welfare workers as they attempt to build a working alliance or therapeutic relationship with parents. This course will discuss how to engage parents in foster care and overcome parental anger in order to effectively work towards family reunification. This course also presents ideas to effectively help case managers and other professionals interact more positively and effectively with parents experiencing anger due to their engagement with the child welfare system, increasing positive outcomes for the entire family system.
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Regardless of setting or level of care the goals of detoxification are to provide safe and humane withdrawal from substances and to foster the patient's entry into long-term treatment and recovery. This CE...
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Regardless of setting or level of care the goals of detoxification are to provide safe and humane withdrawal from substances and to foster the patient's entry into long-term treatment and recovery. This CE course provides the core concepts of the detoxification field discusses the primary goals of detoxification services and highlights issues involved with providing detoxification within systems of care. In addition the criteria for placing patients in appropriate treatment settings the psychological and biomedical issues that may affect detoxification and ensuing treatment and treatment regimens for specific substance are discussed.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
Regardless of setting or level of care the goals of detoxification are to provide safe and humane withdrawal from substances and to foster the patient's entry into long-term treatment and recovery. This CE course provides the core concepts of the detoxification field discusses the primary goals of detoxification services and highlights issues involved with providing detoxification within systems of care. In addition the criteria for placing patients in appropriate treatment settings the psychological and biomedical issues that may affect detoxification and ensuing treatment and treatment regimens for specific substance are discussed.Article Author: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services AdministrationExam writer: Patricia Hocking-Walker M.S. (Psychology)
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