Human Services Spring 2019, Issue 1 • January 15, 2019

CONTINUING EDUCATION NEWS

CEU Courses Through March 2019

Lakeland Community College is an Approved Provider for the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker and Marriage and Family Therapist Board (RCS111403). The Ohio Board of Nursing and the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ethics only) will accept continuing education hours for courses approved by this board.


FEATURED CLASSES

Ethical Issues with Minors

This course will cover balancing confidential client conversations with those who are under the age of 18 with the requests of their parents. Does the fact that parents and guardians have access to the notes in your file make you apprehensive? Learn about the expectations, how to identify what is "need to know" versus "demand to know" information for parents, while protecting the privacy of minor clients and following the laws and regulations. (3 Hours) Save $10 on this course by registering by the early-bird deadline Feb. 2. Provides ethics hours for counselors, speech-language pathologists, and social workers. Can also be taken for continuing education hours by nurses. Instructor: Yvette Semon, PCC-S. Fee: $79. Tuesday, Feb. 12, 5:30-8:45 p.m.


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Family Counseling: A Brain-Based Approach

This course focuses on how the brain provides a greater understanding of the self and family relationships. Family dynamics among its members significantly influence our emotional regulation and social behavior because the human brain is considered a social brain shaped by experience. Advances in neuroscience have expanded our understanding of family dynamics through fundamental processes such as attachment and compassion; and the discovery of mirror neurons has greatly expanded how we understand the neural interconnection of human relationships. Learn the basic principles of neuroscience and interpersonal neurobiology, how brain development is shaped by family experiences, how brain architecture and processes offer opportunities to develop and evolve healthy family relationships, and how to coach parents on these brain-based techniques and strategies. (3 Hours)Save $10 by registering by the early-bird deadline of Feb. 12. Provides continuing education for counselors, nurses and social workers. Instructor: Brando Tupaz, PCC-S. Friday, Feb. 22, 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Fee: $79.


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Register for Family Counseling: A Brain-Based Approach


Creative Journaling

Get ready to learn by doing. In this hands-on, active course, you will create your own example templates and learn techniques to help teach clients how to use journals to express themselves and work on healing inner wounds, manage their time effectively and gain personal insight on self-defeating behaviors. Each participant will walk away with their own "journal" of templates to address things like tracking emotions and wellness habits, organizing a day, week, month or quarter, expressing things in writing or drawing, and goal setting. We will create a minimum of ten different templates during our time together. You will also be introduced to bullet journaling for therapeutic intervention. (3 Hours) Early-bird deadline to save $10: Feb. 28. Provides continuing education for counselors, nurses and social workers. Instructor: Yvette Semon, PCC-S. Saturday, March 9, 9:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. Fee: $79.


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Register for Creative Journaling


Health Care Ethics and Social Media

The use of technology is on the rise. In the medical field, it is being used in many different situations and for many reasons. What is social media and how does it affect health care? Does my Facebook page, Twitter account etc. need to be professional? Why can't my private life be my own? These questions will be answered in addition to discussing how each person has a different persona in different situations. Participants will also gain knowledge in how topics like autonomy, fairness and trust of the practitioner play a role in social media. Early-bird deadline to save $10: March 3. (3 Hours) Provides ethics hours for counselors and social workers. Provides general hours for nurses and nursing home administrators (BELTSS). BELTSS CEUS will be provided through the instructor's business. Instructor: Kristen Kuhlman, LSW, LNHA. Wednesday, March 13, 5:30-8:45 p.m. Fee: $79.


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Register for Health Care Ethics


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