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New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.

New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.
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United States

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New counseling education podcast from established company. YouTube Channel has 211,000 views and over 2,000 subscribers. Hundreds of Thousands of views on SlideShare.

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@ALL_CEUS

Language:

English

Contact:

800-892-0816


Episodes

292 -Individualizing Treatment for Temperaments

8/15/2018
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Explore how temperament impacts treatment approaches, interventions and settings. Identify common goals for treatment and ways to individualize them.

Duration:00:58:52

291 -Transtheoretical and Transdiagnostic Approaches to Recovery | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition

8/11/2018
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Symptoms of depression can be caused by unhelpful thoughts, environmental and situational stressors, poor nutrition, lack of sleep and more. For that reason it is essential to help clients understand not only what symptoms they have , but also what is causing each symptoms for them

Duration:00:57:09

290 – Understanding the Mind-Body Connection in Recovery | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition

8/8/2018
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In this episode we examine ways to help clients answer: What causes feelings? Can your health really impact your mood? What are steps you can take to prevent depression, reduce cravings and enhance happiness?

Duration:00:52:31

289 Environmental Interventions for Depression

8/5/2018
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Your environment can trigger a variety of different feelings based on your prior experiences and personal preferences. Register for CEUs for this presentation by going to allceus.com/podcastceus Environments that are too noisy, bustling and chaotic can be exhausting for introverts, but environments that are too quite and subdued can make extroverts feel depleted. ~ Environments that trigger memories of happy times can help people feel less alone, more energetic and empowered.

Duration:00:50:56

288 Spiritual Interventions for Depression

8/4/2018
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Recovery from depression can be a spiritual journey. It involves getting honest with yourself and others about what you can and cannot change, developing compassion for yourself and others and living mindfully, devoting energy to those things that are important to you. It is a journey that requires you to identify where you want to go, instead of aimlessly wandering through life. Register for CEUs for this presentation by going to allceus.com/podcastceus

Duration:00:56:39

287 Mental Health and Mental Illness Fundamentals Part 2

8/1/2018
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~ Mental health issues are mediated by brain function ~ Mental disorders are defined by signs, symptoms, and functional impairments as opposed to causes ~ 20% of Americans experience a mental disorder in a given year. ~ A range of treatments including counseling and psychopharmacology exist for most disorders ~ The consumer movement has increased the involvement of individuals with mental disorders and their families in mutual support services, consumer-run services, and advocacy. ~ The...

Duration:00:59:33

286 Social Interventions for Depression | Group and Individual Activities

7/28/2018
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Benefits of Social Support ~ Sense of belonging. Spending time with them helps ward off loneliness. Whether it's other new parents, dog lovers, fishing buddies or siblings, just knowing you're not alone can go a long way toward coping with stress. ~ Increased sense of self-worth. Having people who call you a friend reinforces the idea that you're a good person to be around. ~ Feeling of security.

285 Physical Interventions for Depression | Group and Individual Activities

7/25/2018
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~ A healthy body is necessary to feel your best emotionally ~ Brain chemicals that help you feel happy and relaxed are created from the foods you eat ~ Sunlight sets your circadian rhythms so you get quality sleep and produces vitamin D which helps relieve depression ~ Exercise, stretching and yoga can all help increase the happy chemicals, reduce pain and improve sleep. ~ Pain is a fact of life. There are many options for pain management other than drugs. (Many pain medications are system...

Duration:00:49:58

284 Mental Health and Mental Illness Fundamentals Part 1

7/21/2018
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~ Explore the neuroscience of mental health ~ Explore how mental illness manifests itself ~ Learn about the prevalence (epidemiology) and costs of mental illness ~ Explore the biological, psychosocial and individual risk factors for mental illness and review the difference between correlation, causation and consequences

Duration:00:43:41

283 -Cognitive Interventions for Depression

7/18/2018
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~ The way people think and perceive situations has a huge impact on how they feel ~ Helping people embrace the dialectics can help them feel more positive and empowered ~ Just like it is imperative to add happy emotions, it is imperative to add happy thoughts as well ~ By practicing optimism and addressing unhelpful thoughts people can reduce their overall stress, sleep better, gain more energy and feel less hopeless and helpless (depressed).

Duration:00:57:22

282 -Emotional Interventions for Depression

7/13/2018
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Summary When people are depressed, they often feel helpless and hopeless and nothing makes them happy. By adding in happy things, people can buffer against the depression By addressing the unpleasant feelings, they happy chemicals can be more effective. Emotional interventions help you address the unpleasant feelings and add pleasant feelings By developing a better feelings vocabulary, it will be easier to identify how you are feeling and address it. Mindfulness helps you stay in the...

Duration:00:59:09

281 -Infant Toddler Development Part 3

7/11/2018
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Infant Toddler (Birth to Three) Development Series. ~ Define the issues and trends related to assessment of young children with disabilities ~ Describe characteristics of and various formats for effective observation ~ Describe the critical role the family plays in the screening, evaluation and assessment processes ~ Identify strategies to establish a collaborative partnership with the family and engage them in the assessment process ~ Describe effective communication principles and...

Duration:00:59:38

280 -Infant Toddler Development Part 2

7/7/2018
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Infant Toddler Development (0-3) ~ Define the issues and trends related to assessment of young children with disabilities ~ Describe characteristics of and various formats for effective observation ~ Describe the critical role the family plays in the screening, evaluation and assessment processes ~ Identify strategies to establish a collaborative partnership with the family and engage them in the assessment process ~ Describe effective communication principles and techniques with families...

279 -Infant Toddler Development Early Intervention Series Part 1

7/3/2018
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Objectives • Define child development and atypical development • Explain how culture impacts development • Identify factors that may lead to atypical development • Identify developmental signals that indicate a possible developmental delay or problem from birth to three years of age • Identify things that make it difficult to pinpoint a possible delay • Explain the effect of developmental disorders on child development (e.g., sensory impairments, chronic illness, genetic syndromes, and...

278 -Child and Adolescent Development

6/30/2018
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Objectives • Define theories of child development and identify how they can be useful in working with young children and their families • Explore how knowledge of developmental theories can guide you in your interactions with children (and parents) • Identify the thought leaders in developmental psychology • Identify the major psycho-social milestones for each age group • Learn about things that may thwart development • Identify protective factors for healthy development • Conceptualize...

277 -Treatment Planning Using the ASI and MATRS

6/27/2018
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Objectives • Examine how Addiction Severity Index information can be used for clinical applications and assist in program evaluation activities. • Identify differences between program-driven and individualized treatment planning processes. • Gain a familiarization with the process of treatment planning including considerations in writing and prioritizing problem and goal statements and developing measurable, attainable, time-limited, realistic, and specific (M.A.T.R.S./SMART) objectives...

Duration:00:58:55

276 -Treatment Planning Using the CASSP Model | Counselor Toolbox Podcast

6/23/2018
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Summary • Treatment plans are like recipes • Goals must be stated in positive terms (what are you going to achieve (make) • Objectives are like the steps in a recipe. • Objectives identify what each step is (combine all wet ingredients) • Interventions identify who, what, when, where, why, how and how often something is to be done (1/2 t. vanilla, 3 eggs, ½ c. milk, ¼ c. coconut oil and blend on medium for 1 minute) • Goals, objectives and interventions must be specific, observable,...

275 -Recovery Oriented Systems of Care

6/20/2018
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Recovery Oriented Systems of Care Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP Executive Director: AllCEUs Counselor Continuing Education Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Addiction Counselor Exam Review & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives • Define a Recovery Oriented System of Care • Discuss the 17 Elements of a ROSC • Explore the Guiding Principles of Recovery Recovery Oriented […]

Duration:00:57:54

274 -Domestic Violence and Mental Health

6/16/2018
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Learn about the impact of domestic violence on people, the prevalence of domestic violence against men and some unique challenges they face and resiliency factors that assist people in recovering after domestic violence.

273 -Psychological Triage and First Aid

6/13/2018
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Psychological triage helps parents, clergy, counselors, teachers, employers and non-clinical staff identify people experiencing a crisis earlier and provide basic care to assist them in readjusting after a crisis. Provided adequate social support and necessary resources, most people adjust after a trauma without needing professional intervention. A CEU course based on this podcast can be found at https://allceus.com/webinar