Course Overview:

This Course meets the requirements for the Clinical Competence domain required for the Behavioral Health Technician Certification. You will receive 8 CEU’s after completing this course. The topics addressed include:

  • Licit and Illicit Drugs and Alcohol and Drug Testing Policies
  • Signs and Symptoms of Intoxication and Withdrawal
  • Understanding Addiction
  • Co-Occurring Disorders

Course Goals and Objectives

  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in enhancing knowledge of licit and illicit drugs that are widely abused. This course will help participants better develop the necessary protocols to maintain a drug-free environment conducive of sobriety.
  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in enhancing knowledge of the different withdrawal and intoxication symptoms of addictive substances. This course will help participants better understand the warning signs of an overdose. The course will discuss withdrawal symptoms based on the drug of choice. Substance Use Disorders will be defined, along with the different types of dependence that contribute to an individual developing a Substance Use Disorder.
  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in understanding addiction and all of its contributing factors. This course will help participants gain the knowledge necessary to understand addiction and challenge current biases (if any). Participants will develop an understanding of the disease model of addiction.
  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in enhancing knowledge related to co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. This course will help participants enhance clinical skills and therapeutic knowledge. Participants will be provided with various strategies to implement when working with clients suffering from co-occurring disorders.

Price: $80.00

This workshop has been approved for 8 CEUs by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. CE Broker Course Tracking Number: 20-570215. Provider #: 50-9339 The Certification Board of Addictions Professionals CE Provider # 5090.  







Course Overview:

This Course meets the requirements for the Maintaining Client and Personal Safety domain required for the Behavioral Health Technician Certification. You will receive 4 CEU’s after completing this course. The topics addressed include:

  • Dealing with Resistance and Aggression Control
  • Universal Infection Control

 

Course Goals and Objectives:

  • The goal and objective of this course is to educate the reader on dealing with resistance and aggression control. The course will cover the definitions of resistance, anger, and aggression. This course will also educate the reader on different aggression control techniques, how to properly deal with confrontation, de-escalation techniques, and signs of potentially violent clients and how to maintain safety. Different counseling techniques such as assertiveness and motivational interviewing will also be discussed throughout the course.
  • The goal of this course is to educate the reader on the importance of infection control and the different procedures that can be implemented to prevent infectious disease. We are exposed to a wide array of organisms that cause infectious disease in our everyday lives. Infection control procedures help us control the spread of infectious organisms that cause disease. This course will educate the reader on how infection control works to identify, prevent, and control infections to reduce potential hazards to the clients served.

 

Price: $40.00

This workshop has been approved for 4 CEUs by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. CE Broker Course Tracking Number: 20-570213. Provider #: 50-9339 The Certification Board of Addictions Professionals CE Provider # 5090.  



Course Overview:

This course meets the requirements for the Documentation and Patient Confidentiality domain required for the Behavioral Health Technician Certification. You will receive 4 CEU’s after completing this course. The topics addressed include:

  • Client Rights and Confidentiality Laws

  • Mandatory Reporting (101)

 

Course Goals and Objectives:

  • The goals of this course is to assist the reader in enhancing knowledge of client/resident rights and confidentiality laws in the state of Florida. This course will help participants better develop the necessary protocols to reinforce ethical business practices and honor client’s/resident’s rights in Recovery Residences/Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities
  • The learning objective of this course is to educate the reader through definitions and case studies on what is mandatory reporting, who is a mandatory reporter, what has to be reported, definitions for reporting abuse, and the consequences of failing to report. This course will provide the reader with the instructions on how to file a report to the state. This course serves to empower learners to use supervision and evaluate current agency policies to assure mandatory reporting training occurs annually, that all employees have the resources needed to file reports, and that the agency culture is supportive of reporting.

 

Price: $40.00

This workshop has been approved for 4 CEUs by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. CE Broker Course Tracking Number: 20-570211. Provider #: 50-9339 The Certification Board of Addictions Professionals CE Provider # 5090.


Course Overview:

This course meets the requirement for the Ethical and Professional Responsibilities domain required for the Behavioral Health Technician Certification. You will receive 6 CEUs after completing this course.

 

This course will acquaint you with the role of ethics in psychology and major ethical issues related to the field of psychology. You will learn about the ethical codes related to the practice of psychology and the way you can apply these to a variety of problem situations.

 

Goals and Objectives:

  • The goals of this course are to learn about what ethics are and why they exist. You will explore your own personal values. You will learn about ethical decision making and review ethical codes of the American Psychological Association (APA), the American Counseling Association (ACA), and the Florida Certification Board Code of Ethics.
  • Boundaries and dual relationships will be discussed. You will explore the philosophical bases of ethics and learn to resolve ethical conflicts by using problem-solving skills. Finally, you will discuss the models of ethical decision making to be applied to ethical dilemmas.

 

Price: $40.00

 

This workshop has been approved for 6 CEUs by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. CE Broker Course Tracking Number: 20-598326. Provider #: 50-9339 The Certification Board of Addictions Professionals CE Provider # 5090.



Course Overview:

This course meets the requirements for the Electives Domain for the Behavioral Health Technician certification. You will receive 10 CEUs after completing this course. The topics addressed include:

  • Suicide Prevention
  • Introduction to Cultural Competence 101
  • Self-Help Groups and Other Recovery Support Services
  • Naloxone Use

 

Course Goals and Objectives:

  • The goal of this course is to educate the reader on suicide statistics, risks, and prevention. We will discuss a comprehensive model to suicide prevention established by the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC).
  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in understanding the importance of cultural competence. This course will help participants gain the knowledge necessary to understand what it truly means to be “culturally competent”. Participants will develop ideas on how to properly establish a cultural competence process aimed towards achieving and maintaining cultural competence.
  • The goal of this course is to assist the reader in understanding the importance of self-help groups and other recovery support services. This course will help participants gain the knowledge necessary to understand the purpose of self-help groups. Participants will develop ideas about possible groups and other recovery support services that can be incorporated in the curriculum of a Recovery Residence/Substance Use and Mental Health Facilities.
  • The learning objective of this course is to educate the reader on Naloxone, how Naloxone works, the safety of using Naloxone, the types of Naloxone approved by the FDA, and when Naloxone should be administered. This course will also inform the reader on the scope of the problem the United States is facing with opioid overdoses, the different types of opioids that exist, and the signs of opioid overdose.

Price: $100.00


This workshop has been approved for 10 CEUs by the Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling. CE Broker Course Tracking Number: 20-570209. Provider #: 50-9339 The Certification Board of Addictions Professionals CE Provider # 5090