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Brief Description:

 

Every day counselors, nurses, psychiatric technicians, and others are called upon to intervene in crisis situations which may become dangerous if not handled properly.

This course will explore the prevention of aggressive behavior and crisis intervention techniques, which can include verbal de-escalation and physical interventions. We will identify the definition of aggression, warning signs of aggressive behavior, strategies to diffuse aggressive situations, crisis intervention techniques, and staff responsibilities after an event.

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Author:  Linda Spencer, M.Ed., CAP, LPC

Relevance:  This course was designed for masters level counselors who have direct care time with mental health and substance abuse clients.  This course will help these professionals prevent and de-escalate volatile situations.

Course ID:  20-477050
Provider:  50-204

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Objectives:

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

1. Define aggression and it’s forms.
2. Identify warning signs for aggressive behavior.
3. Identify strategies for de-escalating aggression.
4. Give examples of crisis intervention techniques to use when violence occurs.

Board Approvals:

Bayside Continuing Education has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6098.  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  Bayside Continuing Education is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, #726

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants District of Columbia Board of Nursing

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state and national boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them directly.

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Brief Description:


Bloodborne Pathogens are microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria that are carried in the blood and can cause disease in people. This course will explore the primary bloodborne pathogens and the OSHA standards regarding these.

 

This course will award 3 continuing education hours.

Course ID: 20-96336
Provider Number:  50-204

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Objectives:

Upon of this course the learner will be able to:

  1. List the three primary bloodborne pathogens covered in the OSHA standards.
  2. Discuss Universal Precautions.
  3. Be able to utilize protective equipment to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens.
  4. Discuss the OSHA standards for blood borne pathogens.

 

Board Approvals:

Florida Board of CSW, MFT, MHC, #726 

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing, #NEC3508-Florida Certification Board

Florida Board of Dentistry

Florida Board of Nursing Certified Nursing Assistants 

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them.

 

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Brief Description:

The laws and regulations governing the confidentiality of substance use disorder records were written out of great concern about the potential use of substance use disorder information against individuals, causing individuals with substance use disorders not to seek needed treatment.

A risk managed approach to documentation is a best practice to protect both the client and the professional. 

This course will explore 42 CFR part 2, HIPAA and documentation of substance abuse therapy.

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Course number: 20-624475
Course provider:  50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

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Objectives:

Upon successful completion of this course the learners will be able to:

1. Explain the HIPAA regulations.
2. Discuss documentation.
3. Discuss how active listening can add value to communicating with clients.
4. Discuss the technique of behavioral observation.
5. Identify federal, state and local regulations.
6. Explain how the informed consent and release of information process works.

Board Approvals:

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family-Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, #726

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing, #NEC3508

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants 

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them.

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Cultural Sensitivity

Price
$12.00
Brief Description:


This course explores the diverse populations making up the United States. The text identifies the various social and economic struggles, the barriers to social services and medical care and language competence and thus the need for a better understanding of cultures to better serve all populations.

 

This course will award 3 continuing education hours.

Course ID:  20-604973
Provider number:  50-204

To Begin This Course:

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Objectives:

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

1. Gain an understanding of the various ethnicities in the United States.
2. Explore the histories of each population as they became part of the American way of life.
3. Understand how important diversity is when working with different cultures.

Board Approvals:

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling.

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards ACCEPT courses approved by national boards such as NBCC. Please check with your state board if it is not listed here.

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Brief Description:

Dealing with clients and patients who are angry can be challenging, particularly for those with little experience of doing so in a way that defuses the situation. 

This course will help prepare professionals to help those that are feeling overwhelmed with anger and aggression de-escalate these feelings so they can better express their needs.

This course will award 2 continuing education hour.

Relevance:  This course was designed for masters level counselors who have direct care time with mental health and substance abuse clients.  This course will help these professionals prevent and de-escalate volatile situations.

Course ID: 20-659471
Provider number:  50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then Click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

*If you have purchased the course and are on the Course Description page ready to start the lessons look below for Course Content the titles of the lessons are in light blue. This only appears if you have purchased the course and have gotten here through your My Courses menu on your My Profile page.

Objectives:

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

1. Define aggression and it’s forms.
2. Identify warning signs for aggressive behavior.
3. Identify strategies for de-escalating aggression.
4. Give examples of crisis intervention techniques to use when violence occurs.
5.  Discuss the Joint Accreditation standards for restraints.

Board Approvals:

 Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, #726
Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants 

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state and national boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them directly.

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Brief Description:

 

This course will review the statistics and prevalence of domestic violence in our society. We will define domestic violence and its various types of abuse.

The course will review the dynamics of the violent relationship. Violent relationships follow a predictable cycle of violence. This course will discuss this cycle and review its patterns and way to screen through multiple case studies. The course will delve into special populations and associated risk factors. Upon completion of the course, the professional will have an understanding of specific resources available for those in need.

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Course ID: 20-659527
Provider number: 50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then Click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

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Objectives:

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

1. Explain the prevalence of domestic violence.
2. Explain the definition of domestic violence.
3. Distinguish between the six types of domestic violence.
4. Discuss the dynamics of the violent relationship.
5. Demonstrate the cycle of violence.
6. Discuss how health care professionals can recognize the signs and screen for domestic violence.
7. Identify special populations and discuss associated risk factors.
8. Discuss the impact of domestic violence.
9. Identify legal and social resources available.

Board Approvals:

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Bayside Continuing Education has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #6098.  

Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family-Therapy and Mental Health Counseling, #726 

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing, #NEC3508

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants 

Florida Board of Dentistry

Florida Council of Dietetics and Nutrition

This course is not approved to NBCC

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them.

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Drug Screening

Price
$12.00
Brief Description:

A drug test is an analysis of a biological sample used to determine the presence of specific substances.  Drug testing is done pre-employment, randomly by employers, after an accident on the job, during probation, by the police, in the prison system, in recovery programs, in hospitals, and by parents.  

In this course will we explore the types of drug tests, what each screen for, the collection procedure and the need for consent.

 

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Course ID:  20-778487
Provider number:  50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then Click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

*If you have purchased the course and are on the Course Description page ready to start the lessons look below for Course Content the titles of the lessons are in light blue. This only appears if you have purchased the course and have gotten here through your My Courses menu on your My Profile page.

Objectives:

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

  1.   Discuss the settings that use drug tests.
  2.   Discuss the types of drug tests and what drugs they screen for.
  3.   Identify what effects the accuracy of a drug test.
  4.   Discuss how long specific drugs remain detectable in they body.
  5.   Explain general collection methods.
  6.   Discuss legal issues with drug screening.
Board Approvals:

Florida Board of SW, MFT, MHC

Florida Certification Board

Florida Board of Nursing

NAADAC

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them.

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Brief Description:


This course will update the learner on the status of current research, prevention and what we have come to understand about the Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. We will also explore the most current statistics and revisit the definitions and symptoms.

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Course ID: 20-20-628592
Provider number:  50-204

To Begin This Course:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then Click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

*If you have purchased the course and are on the Course Description page ready to start the lessons look below for Course Content the titles of the lessons are in light blue. This only appears if you have purchased the course and have gotten here through your My Courses menu on your My Profile page.

Objectives:

Upon completing this course the learner will be able to:

1. Define HIV and AIDS.
2. Discuss the successes and failures of the current research on prevention.
3. Identify how we are working to prevent HIV through education.
4. List common symptoms of HIV and AIDS.
5. Discuss the current trend through statistics.
6. Discuss the Florida laws regarding confidentiality.

Board Approvals:

Florida Board of CSW, MFT, MHC, #726

Florida Board of Dentistry

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistantss

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state and national boards.  If your board is not listed here please contact them.

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Brief Description:

Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labor, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.

This course will explore what human trafficking is, how it occurs and who is most vulnerable, how to recognize risk factors, The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 and the Justice for Victims Act of 2015, as well as how drug use is linked to trafficking, treatment options and procedures to helping fight this crisis.

This course will award 2 continuing education hours.

Course ID:  20-616404
Provider number:  50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then Click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

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Objectives:

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

  1.  Define human trafficking and the types.
  2. Discuss the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000
  3. Discuss the Justice for  Victims Trafficking Act of 2015
  4. Recognize the signs of someone who has been trafficked.
  5. Assess survivors of human trafficking.
  6. Create treatment plans for survivors of human trafficking.

 

Board Approvals:

Florida Board of SW, MFT, MHC, #736

Florida Certification Board

NAADAC

Florida Board of Nursing, #NEC3508

Florida Board of Nursing-Certified Nursing Assistants

This course is not approved for NBCC hours.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state and national boards.  If you board is not listed here please check with them.

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Brief Description:

How an organization plans for, responds to and recovers from issues is critical to the safety of patients and employees.  This course will explore conditions that pose a threat and what should be done.  We will look at security measures and how to prepare.  The grievance process will also be reviewed.

This course will award 3 continuing education hours.

Course ID:  20-740536
Provider Number:  50-204

TO BEGIN THIS COURSE:

*If you have not purchased the course and would like to add it to your shopping cart click on Take Course below, right and add it. Then click on the shopping cart on the top right of the screen. 

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Objectives:

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

  • Discuss and handle onsite threats.
  • Be able to identify who to call in an emergency.
  • Understand how to keep equipment working properly.
  • Be able to handle complaints and grievances by staff and clients
  • Discuss performance improvement.
Board Approvals:

Florida Board of Certification
NAADAC
Florida Board of Nursing
Florida Board of CSW, MFT, MHC

This course is not approved for NBCC credit.

Many state boards accept hours approved by other state and national boards. If your board is not listed here please contact them directly.

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Lighthouse Recovery Institute

Lighthouse Recovery Institute, located in Delray Beach, Florida, is a licensed drug and alcohol treatment center, specializing in gender-specific recovery.