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CEMI414  –  Hiding in Plain Sight: How Sexual Violence Manifests in the Classroom, Workplace, and the Community

Sexual violence is a pervasive problem, which remains hidden. Sexual violence is still often viewed as an individual problem, only being perpetrated by a handful of “bad people.” The reality is something quite different—sexual violence remains a pervasive problem mainly because we still hold on to stereotypes, attitudes, and belief systems that allow a culture of sexual violence to thrive. Sexual violence is not a problem to be dealt with only by victims and perpetrators, but by all of us if we are ever going to take real steps to end it. This workshop will define sexual violence as a community issue and demonstrate the impact on all of us, paying particular attention to our classrooms, workplaces, and communities at large. You will:
    • Define sexual violence
    • Learn the definition of consent
    • Recognize signs and symptoms of sexual violence
    • Understand how sexual violence hides in plain sight
    • Know how to intervene on behalf of survivors of sexual violence
    • Be able to identify and walk away with specific tools to intervene on behalf of victims

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
3/8/2024 F 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Live Online Fee: $99.00 Share

Prerequisites: Course provides 4 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Course provides 4 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Master Social Workers.

 

CEMI424  –  Trauma 201: Focus on Healing, Interventions, and Popular Trauma Treatment

Are you working with clients who have experienced trauma? Do you understand the cause of trauma and the long-term consequences but wonder what is next or what you should do now? This workshop will explore stages of healing, client self-care, interventions that work well with trauma survivors, and explore some of the popular trauma treatments. You will:
    • Identify the stages of healing and their meaning
    • Assess if a client is ready to reprocess trauma
    • Learn several interventions to use with trauma survivors
    • Engage the client in healing through incorporating self-care practices
    • Be introduced to the basics of several popular evidenced-based trauma treatments

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
5/10/2024 F 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Live Online Fee: $99.00 Share

Prerequisites: Course provides 4 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Course provides 4 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Master Social Workers.

 

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CEMI431  –  Ethics, Technology, and Social Work: Contemporary Challenges for Social Work Practitioners

An increased use of technology in social work practice has led to some new emerging ethical challenges. Through critical thinking exercises, review of case studies/ethical dilemmas, and self-reflection activities, you will develop a deeper understanding of ethics in social work practice, and challenges and ethical guidelines for the use of technology. You will:
    • Identify key terms associated with professional ethics, NASW core values, technology standards, and ethical decision making
    • Increase your self-awareness by examining the relationship between personal/professional values, ethical use of technology, and professional role expectations
    • Identify the key ethical decision-making models, and discuss how these might be used in professional practice
    • Consider the existing socio-political context, and identify some of the predominant challenges that currently require attention in professional practice
    • Think about issues of diversity, social justice, and human rights in the context of ethical use of technology in practice

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
4/4/2024 R 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Live Online Fee: $149.00 Share

Prerequisites: Course provides 6 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Course provides 6 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Master Social Workers.

 

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CEMI432  –  Appropriate Boundaries for Counselors and Helping Professionals

Boundary violations have the power to negatively impact therapeutic relationships, and can lead to ethical violations and possible professional ramifications for counselors. This training will help you understand the ethical responsibilities of your professional role in relation to boundaries with clients. We will explore and consider various professional codes of conduct and give you the tools you need to better define your own professional boundaries. We will focus on identifying and understanding areas of strength and weakness to better protect clients and improve the helping profession. You will:
    • Describe the ethical responsibilities of counselors regarding appropriate professional boundaries with clients
    • Identify profession specific guidance around appropriate boundaries, boundary crossing, dual-relationships, and boundary violations
    • Develop a plan for setting healthy and appropriate boundaries in the professional setting

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
4/5/2024 F 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Main Fee: $89.00 Share

Prerequisites: Course provides 3 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Course provides 3 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Master Social Workers.

 

CEPE099  –  Identifying and Reporting of Child Abuse

New York State law mandates many licensed professionals, teachers, and school administrators to complete a two-hour course regarding identifying and reporting of child abuse and maltreatment. This course fills that requirement and gives you valuable information to help you support students. You will learn:
    • How to identify and report child abuse/maltreatment
    • The statutory reporting requirements

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
3/30/2024 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $50.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
7/20/2024 A 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Live Online Fee: $50.00 Share

Prerequisites: Where a license number is requested, please enter the last 5-digits of your Social Security number. It is required for the TEACH upload.

 

CEPE353  –  S.A.V.E. (Schools Against Violence in Education) Training

This training introduces research-based strategies and experience for preventing and dealing with the effects of school violence at all grade levels.

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
4/6/2024 A 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Live Online Fee: $50.00 Share

Prerequisites: Where a license number is requested, please enter the last 5-digits of your Social Security number. It is required for the TEACH upload.

 

CEPE613  –  DASA Dignity for All Students

You will review the D.A.S.A. act, look at the causes and effects of bullying on students and schools, and present ways to work with bullies and victims. Several models will be used to explain the needs of children who are bullied and what happens when these needs are not met. You will be challenged to look at your own backgrounds and assumptions about bullying and come up with strategies to prevent bullying in your classrooms, schools, and teams. Harassment, discrimination, and cyberbullying will also be highlighted. Please note: Sessions fill well before the registration deadline. Register early to guarantee your seat in a workshop. This course meets the six-hour DASA training requirements for teachers, school professionals, and coaches in New York State seeking certification.

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
3/16/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
5/18/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
8/10/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share

Prerequisites: Where a license number is requested, please enter the last 5-digits of your Social Security number. It is required for the TEACH upload.

 

CEPE613  –  DASA Dignity for All Students

You will review the D.A.S.A. act, look at the causes and effects of bullying on students and schools, and present ways to work with bullies and victims. Several models will be used to explain the needs of children who are bullied and what happens when these needs are not met. You will be challenged to look at your own backgrounds and assumptions about bullying and come up with strategies to prevent bullying in your classrooms, schools, and teams. Harassment, discrimination, and cyberbullying will also be highlighted. Please note: Sessions fill well before the registration deadline. Register early to guarantee your seat in a workshop. This course meets the six-hour DASA training requirements for teachers, school professionals, and coaches in New York State seeking certification.

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
3/16/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
5/18/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share
Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
8/10/2024 A 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Live Online Fee: $75.00 Share

Prerequisites: Where a license number is requested, please enter the last 5-digits of your Social Security number. It is required for the TEACH upload.

 

CEPE678  –  The Art of Writing Quality Case Notes

Quality case management documentation is not an easy task, but is essential for your work with clients. Gain an understanding of the importance and purpose of high-quality case documentation. We’ll review areas of case documentation, including client confidentiality and privacy, intake, assessment, progress notes, and case closure. You will:
    • Identify the purpose of high-quality case documentation and the types or formats
    • Learn the importance of assessment, planning, progress notes, and closure reports, and how to document these
    • Know how to complete progress notes using a systematic approach, and write goals and objectives
    • Identify the importance, legal requirements, and processes for client confidentiality and protection of client information

Date(s) Meeting Day(s) Time Location    
4/19/2024 F 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Main Fee: $89.00 Share

Prerequisites: Course provides 3 contact hours for NYS Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Mental Health Counselors. Course provides 3 hours of continuing education credits for NYS Licensed Clinical and Master Social Workers.

 

Must be Admitted into the TC3 Nursing Program

CEHL102  –  CPR for Nursing Students

CPR for Nursing Students American Red Cross Includes test book, CPR card and shield for use in class

Additional Info:

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

 

 

Must be Admitted into the TC3 Nursing Program

CEHL102  –  CPR for Nursing Students

CPR for Nursing Students American Red Cross Includes test book, CPR card and shield for use in class

Additional Info:

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

 

 

Must be Admitted into the TC3 Nursing Program

CEHL102  –  CPR for Nursing Students

CPR for Nursing Students American Red Cross Includes test book, CPR card and shield for use in class

Additional Info:

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

 

 

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