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Counseling and Social Services

Florida License Renewal Bundle for SW, MFT, MHC-30 hours (with Telemental Health)

Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this bundle the learner will be able to:

  1.  Recognize the areas where medical errors could occur.
  2. Explain changes and updates to the Florida statutes that pertain to the mental health industry.
  3. Explore the ethics and boundaries that counselors should be aware of.
  4. Recognize the signs of domestic violence.
  5. Explain Motivational Interviewing and how to use this with clients.
  6. Understand how to recognize and treat Internet addiction.
  7. Explore co-occurring disorders with clients.
  8. Explain the impact of trauma.

Lesson Outlines:

Nutrition, Psychotropics, and Mental Health 20-899820 OHSW20-899822 1 Hour
I.  The Effects of Food on Medications
II.  How Food Affects Our Brain and Mood
III. How Food Affects Mental Health
IV.  Food and Psychotropic Medication
V.  Food Carries Emotional Weight
VI.  Is Food Really Food Anymore?

Treating Fear and Anxiety:  Risk Perceptions In The Wake of The Pandemic, Protests and Economic Concerns 20-903517 2 Hours.
I.  Fear, Safety, and Anxiety
II.  Baseline, “Am I ok”
III.  Helping Clients Create A Feeling Of Safety
IV.  Talk Therapy
V.  Why Are We All So Angry?  Where Do Our Clients And We Go From Here?
VI.  As Things Return To Some Semblance Of Normal, Why isn’t The Anxiety and Worry Going Away?
VII.  Worksheets  For Use With Clients:

Mindfulness 20-907200 OH SW 20-90722 1 Hour
I.   Mindfulness
II.  Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
III.  Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
IV.  Difference Between Mindfulness, Meditation, and Flow
V. Benefits
VI.  Using Mindfulness With Clients

Positive Psychology Versus Traditional Psychology 20-905954 1 Hour
I.  History of Traditional Psychology and Positive Psychology
II.  Differences
III.  Theoretical Frameworks
IV.  Exercises

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders, Fifth Edition Text Revision(DSM-5-TR) 2 Hours 20-911270 
I.  Purpose of the DSM
II.  Organization of the Manual
III.  Updating Disorders
IV.  Coding
V.  Culture and DSM-5-TR

Compassion Fatigue in Mental Health  20-909723 
I.  Compassion Fatigue
II. Signs and Symptoms
III.  Risks of Developing
IV.  Satisfaction

Court Orders, Subpoenas, Testifying, and Risk Managed Documentation 1 Hour 924525
I.  Court Orders
II.  Subpoenas 
III.  Courtroom
IV.  Risk Managed Documentation

The Impact of Trauma
I.  Trauma
II.  Risk Factors
III.  Symptoms
IV.  Common Reactions
V.  Developmentaal Issues
VI.  Triggers

Change, Already.
I.  Elements of Change
II. Instant versus Delayed Gratification
III.  Habit
IV.  Intention

 Child Abuse In Florida

  1.  Statistics
    II.  Mental Health Disorders, Addictions, and Related Issues
    III.  Early Signs of Abuse
    IV.  Abuse
    V. Risk Factors
    VI. Reporting Abuse

Co-Occurring Disorders 20-889723 1 Hour
I.  What Comes First: Addiction or Mental Illness?
II.   Terms    
III.  Mental Disorders
IV.  5 Most Common Mental Disorders Associated with Specific Addictions
V.   Symptoms
V.   Treatments
VI. Adolescents

Internet Addiction 20-915348

  1. Internet Exposure
    II.  Types of Internet Users
    III.  Warning Signs / Diagnostic Tools
    IV.  Cycle of Internet Use

The Impact of Trauma
I. Trauma
II. Risk Factors
III. Symptoms
IV. Common Reactions
V. Developmentaal Issues
VI. Triggers

Change, Already.
I. Elements of Change
II. Instant versus Delayed Gratification
III. Habit
IV. Intention

Child Abuse In Florida
I. Statistics
II. Mental Health Disorders, Addictions, and Related Issues
III. Early Signs of Abuse
IV. Abuse
V. Risk Factors
VI. Reporting Abuse

Co-Occurring Disorders 20-889723 1 Hour
I. What Comes First: Addiction or Mental Illness?
II. Terms
III. Mental Disorders
IV. 5 Most Common Mental Disorders Associated with Specific Addictions
V. Symptoms
V. Treatments
VI. Adolescents

Internet Addiction 20-915348
I. Internet Exposure
II. Types of Internet Users
III. Warning Signs / Diagnostic Tools
IV. Cycle of Internet Use
V. Impulse Control
VI. Prevention
VII. Treatment

Motivational Interviewing 20-654897
I.  Ambivalence
II.  Five Principals in Motivational Interviewing
III.  Empathy
IV. Overview Of Motivational Interviewing As A Therapy
V.  Impulse Control
VI.  Treatment