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CADC / LCADC Training Courses

Paramus

CADC / LCADC Training Courses

As a certified substance abuse counselor, you can help individuals who are struggling with addiction along their path to recovery. If you are already a mental health clinician, the ability to treat co-occurring disorders will allow you to expand your capabilities - giving you the opportunity to help many others while furthering your career.

The ABC's of ABA: Setting Your Students on the Path to Success

Paramus

The ABC's of ABA: Setting Your Students on the Path to Success

This Workshop will present basic strategies for establishing the Foundations of Success for your students in a variety of educational settings. Learn basic strategies to increase language, compliance, and cognitive skills. We will discuss data collection and measurement of these skills.

But Is It Empathy? Controversy and Challenge Between the Disciplines

Teaneck

But Is It Empathy? Controversy and Challenge Between the Disciplines

This presentation will explore how psychotherapeutic understandings of empathy have been challenged and deepened by recent scholarship in neuroscience, cognitive science, anthropology, and moral philosophy. We have long assumed that empathy is necessary not only to the success of therapy but also to child development and overall wellbeing.

School-Based Solutions To The Mental Health Crisis Webinar

School-Based Solutions To The Mental Health Crisis Webinar

For those of us working in school settings, it's harder than ever to navigate the complex and growing need for readily available child and adolescent mental health treatment. We are seeing a continual rise in anxiety, depression, school refusal, suicide and other student mental health issues

CarePlus Workshop Series: Youth Mental Health First Aid

Paramus

CarePlus Workshop Series: Youth Mental Health First Aid

Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.