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CEMI303  –  Gender-Affirmative Treatment and Advocacy for Transgender Clients and Their Families

A variety of topics related to working with transgender clients and their families will be covered. You will discuss:
    • Basic concepts and language related to gender diversity and gender transition
    • Specific interventions for working with transgender clients at various stages of the lifespan including: transgender youth and their families, transgender couples, and transgender parents
    • Gender-affirmative model lays the foundation for all of these interventions and strategies for advocacy in schools, workplaces, and other settings.

No currently scheduled courses available, Contact Biz for more information Biz@tompkinscortland.edu.

Prerequisites:

Course provides 6 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Master and Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Course provides 6 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.

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CEMI309  –  Prescriptive Play Therapy for Treating Childhood Trauma

You will be introduced to the ways in which clinicians can integrate play and expressive arts therapies into trauma focused treatment. The program will draw upon theory, current research, and case vignettes. You will participate in experiential activities for further understanding of best practice and developmentally appropriate intervention. You will gain an understanding of the biopsychosocial impact of trauma and the robust power of play and trauma focused therapy in healing the wounds of trauma and creating pathways toward resilience.

No currently scheduled courses available, Contact Biz for more information Biz@tompkinscortland.edu.

 

Course provides 6 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Course provides 6 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Licensed Master Social Workers.

CEMI310  –  Group Design and Facilitation

Group work with clients across diverse settings has become increasingly popular over the years as a tool to address a multitude of challenges. From this interactive training, participants will learn strategies to design groups, facilitate groups, address challenges that may emerge within the group, better understand group dynamics, and methods to measure group intervention effectiveness. Participants will learn strategies to effectively facilitate the group process with clients, including group design, group dynamics, facilitation, and outcome measures.

No currently scheduled courses available, Contact Biz for more information Biz@tompkinscortland.edu.

 

Course provides 5.5 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Licensed Master Social Workers.

CEMI311  –  Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy DBT

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an effective treatment for a variety of complex problems, including eating disorders and substance abuse. It has been used in a variety of settings and with a variety of audiences. Upon completion of the workshop, you will:
    • Learn the theoretical basis for DBT and how you can use it in your work
    • Learn how to use structural strategies including stages and targets of treatment
    • Identify what validation levels are and the function of validation strategies
    • Learn what the primary dialectic is in DBT is and how it is used

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Course provides 3.5 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Licensed Master Social Workers.

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CEMI312  –  Clinical Supervision Foundations I and II

You will be introduced to theories, definitions, roles, issues and practices associated with developing supervisory skills in a clinical environment. This course consists of three parts. Part 1 is a 14-hour online course, which must be successfully completed prior to attending the classroom training. Part 2 is 16-hours of classroom instruction. Part 3 involves the completion of a worksite assignment at the conclusion of Part 2. Course provides 30 hours of continuing education credits for NYS LMSW, NYS LCSW, and NYS CASAC. Registration deadline July 31, 2017.

No currently scheduled courses available, Contact Biz for more information Biz@tompkinscortland.edu.

Prerequisites: The course is offered at no charge. $35 covers the cost of materials. You may choose to download and bring your materials to the workshop. Participant Workbook: http://www.attcnetwork.org/CSF/CSParticipantWorkbook.pdf Performance Assessment Rubrics: http://www.attcnetwork.org/documents/Final.CS.Rubrics.Assessment.pdf TAP 21: Addiction Counseling Competencies (Link on ATTC) pp.3, 9, 39: http://store.samhsa.gov/product/TAP-21-Addiction-Counseling-Competencies/SMA15-4171 TAP 21A: Competencies for Substance Abuse Treatment Clinical Supervisors (Link not on ATTC) pages 3-4.: http://store.samhsa.gov/product/TAP-21-A-Competencies-for-Substance-Abuse-Treatment-Clinical-Supervisors/SMA13-4243 TIP 52: Clinical Supervision and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor (Link not on ATTC) pages 8, 10, 13, 38-41: http://store.samhsa.gov/product/TIP-52-Clinical-Supervision-and-Professional-Development-of-the-Substance-Abuse-Counselor/SMA14-4435

Tompkins Cortland Community College is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0260. Please note: Enrollment in the course(s) does not permit an unlicensed person to complete activities that are restricted to licensed professionals and the course(s) do not prepare students for the practice of social work.

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CEMI320  –  Adolescent Conduct Disorder: Dynamics, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Numerous biopsychosocial factors have been linked to the development of Conduct Disorder in adolescents. As a result, effective treatment oftentimes involves a variety of intervention strategies, coupled with the consistent use of healthy supports and resources. In this seminar, participants will learn about the diagnosis of Conduct Disorder, the dynamics behind the diagnosis, risk and protective factors, and various intervention and treatment modalities. Upon completion of the workshop, you will:
    • Understand adolescent development
    • Understand Adolescent Conduct Disorder, diagnosis, dynamics, and clinical considerations
    • Have increased awareness of risk and protective factors
    • Attain additional counseling strategies
    • Have comfort and competency pertaining to clinical skills

No currently scheduled courses available, Contact Biz for more information Biz@tompkinscortland.edu.

 

Course provides 5.5 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists. Course provides 5.5 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Licensed Master Social Workers.

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