Continuing Education for Mental health Professionals

At Live Wellness Center, we’ve developed high-quality CEU courses for mental health professionals in the state of Ohio.

Click on a CEU below to register!

Presenter: Lisa Simon LPCC

This continuing education course is approved for 3 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Grieving is not just about the death of a loved one. It’s much deeper than that. When we can help a client identify a loss and help him or her to grieve it, the client can begin to heal and even learn tools to adapt well to future losses.
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On the Edge: Suicidality, Safety, and Responsibility | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Kathleen Hodges LPCC-S

This continuing education course is approved for 6 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will assist the private practice clinician in learning how to assess and evaluate the suicidal client and to engage them in a safety plan if necessary. The clinician will learn of the legal and ethical responsibilities associated with treating suicidal clients in a private practice setting.

Objectives:
Objective #1: Know the legal responsibilities of the private practice clinician to a suicidal client
Objective #2: Be able to identify risk factors of suicidality
Objective #3: Appropriately complete a suicidality and lethality assessment
Objective #4: Identify the need for and create a safety plan when needed
Objective #5: Know how to appropriately refer a suicidal client to a higher level of care or inpatient setting
Objective #6: Gain knowledge of appropriate documentation procedures for private practice
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Baby Birthin' Blues: Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Heidi Salierno LISW-S

This continuing education course is approved for 6 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will teach you:
Symptoms and differential diagnosis of postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders including depression, anxiety, panic disorders, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, and psychosis.
Assess prenatal and postpartum risk factors
Challenges faced when identifying and treating Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Evidenced Based Treatment Options for Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Consequences of undiagnosed/untreated Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Cultural Differences in Assessment/Treatment

Objectives:
Objective #1: Myths of Motherhood
Objective #2: Identify challenges in assessment/treatment of perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Objective #3: Increase awareness of prenatal and postpartum risk factors
Objective #4: Identify knowledge of differential diagnosis
Objective #5: Learn evidence based psychotherapy models
Objective #6: Discuss prevention, early intervention, and consequences of untreated perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
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Making Sense of Healing Attachments | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Julie Richards MS LPCC

This continuing education course is approved for 6 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Experiential opportunity to grow in self-awareness, relational connection and emotional health! Available for 6 CEUs approved by the CSWMFT Board and open to adoptive parents, foster parents, or anyone with interest in attachment. This program will help clinicians gain new insight into themselves, their clients, and how to heal complex developmental trauma through attachment. Learn how to support clients through experiential and relational dynamics that cultivate lasting transformation at the individual’s core sense of self. This workshop will implement new findings that cover working with both children and adults.

Objectives
Objective #1: Understand the etiology of attachment impairment and the impact of trauma on development.
Objective #2: Become familiar with ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and AAI (Adult Attachment Interview) to assess a client’s risk for attachment trauma.
Objective #3: Identify symptoms of attachment disruption.
Objective #4: Understand the neurobiological impact of trauma and need for emotional regulation.
Objective #5: List characteristics of secure attachment and how that impacts human flourishing.
Objective #6: Describe methodology for clinical intervention through TBRI (Trust Based Relational Intervention) and DART (Developmental And Relational Trauma) recovery of functional adult.
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Ethics Considerations for the Private Practice Clinician | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Kathleen Hodges LPCC-S

This continuing education course is approved for 3 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will assist the private practice clinician in learning relevant ethics laws, commonly encountered ethical dilemmas and steps to resolve them.

Objective #1: Know the most common ethical obligations of a private practice clinician
Objective #2: Be informed of best practices for documentation
Objective #3: Gain awareness of ethical decision making techniques
Objective #4: Know where to go to get ethical questions answered
Objective #5: Gain awareness of commonly encountered ethical dilemmas
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Ethics Considerations for the Private Practice Clinician | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Christina Gates MA LPCC-S

This continuing education course is approved for 4 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will assist the private practice clinician in learning relevant ethics laws, commonly encountered ethical dilemmas and steps to resolve them.

Objective #1: Know the most common ethical obligations of a private practice clinician
Objective #2: Be informed of best practices for documentation
Objective #3: Gain awareness of ethical decision making techniques
Objective #4: Know where to go to get ethical questions answered
Objective #5: Gain awareness of commonly encountered ethical dilemmas
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Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, and Remediation | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Heidi Salierno LISW-S

This continuing education course is approved for 4 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Course Description-
This course will teach you formal and informal tools of assessment, evaluation, and remediation in clinical supervision. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and apply these tools in order to assess, evaluate, and develop supervisees’ overall self-awareness, practice skills, and professional knowledge.

Objectives:
1.) Increase supervisors knowledge in initial, formative, and summative assessment of supervisee’s knowledge, skills, and self awareness
2.) Gain knowledge of informal and formal evaluation as well as need for evaluation in clinical supervision
3.) Learn methods to monitor supervisee performance and provide feedback
4.) Improve supervision skills in evaluation of supervisees
5.) Identify key components of supervisee formative evaluation & summative evaluation as well as performance appraisals
6.) Increase skills to address remediation of problematic supervisee
More…

On the Edge: Suicidality, Safety, and Responsibility | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Kathleen Hodges LPCC-S

This continuing education course is approved for 6 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will assist the private practice clinician in learning how to assess and evaluate the suicidal client and to engage them in a safety plan if necessary. The clinician will learn of the legal and ethical responsibilities associated with treating suicidal clients in a private practice setting.

Objectives:
Objective #1: Know the legal responsibilities of the private practice clinician to a suicidal client
Objective #2: Be able to identify risk factors of suicidality
Objective #3: Appropriately complete a suicidality and lethality assessment
Objective #4: Identify the need for and create a safety plan when needed
Objective #5: Know how to appropriately refer a suicidal client to a higher level of care or inpatient setting
Objective #6: Gain knowledge of appropriate documentation procedures for private practice
More…

Making Sense of Healing Attachments | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Julie Richards MS LPCC

This continuing education course is approved for 6 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Experiential opportunity to grow in self-awareness, relational connection and emotional health! Available for 6 CEUs approved by the CSWMFT Board and open to adoptive parents, foster parents, or anyone with interest in attachment. This program will help clinicians gain new insight into themselves, their clients, and how to heal complex developmental trauma through attachment. Learn how to support clients through experiential and relational dynamics that cultivate lasting transformation at the individual’s core sense of self. This workshop will implement new findings that cover working with both children and adults.

Objectives
Objective #1: Understand the etiology of attachment impairment and the impact of trauma on development.
Objective #2: Become familiar with ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) and AAI (Adult Attachment Interview) to assess a client’s risk for attachment trauma.
Objective #3: Identify symptoms of attachment disruption.
Objective #4: Understand the neurobiological impact of trauma and need for emotional regulation.
Objective #5: List characteristics of secure attachment and how that impacts human flourishing.
Objective #6: Describe methodology for clinical intervention through TBRI (Trust Based Relational Intervention) and DART (Developmental And Relational Trauma) recovery of functional adult.
More…

Ethics Considerations for the Private Practice Clinician | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Kathleen Hodges LPCC-S

This continuing education course is approved for 3 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

This program will assist the private practice clinician in learning relevant ethics laws, commonly encountered ethical dilemmas and steps to resolve them.

Objective #1: Know the most common ethical obligations of a private practice clinician
Objective #2: Be informed of best practices for documentation
Objective #3: Gain awareness of ethical decision making techniques
Objective #4: Know where to go to get ethical questions answered
Objective #5: Gain awareness of commonly encountered ethical dilemmas
More…

Supervision: Assessment, Evaluation, and Remediation | Mental Health CEU

Presenter: Heidi Salierno LISW-S

This continuing education course is approved for 4 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Course Description-
This course will teach you formal and informal tools of assessment, evaluation, and remediation in clinical supervision. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and apply these tools in order to assess, evaluate, and develop supervisees’ overall self-awareness, practice skills, and professional knowledge.

Objectives:
1.) Increase supervisors knowledge in initial, formative, and summative assessment of supervisee’s knowledge, skills, and self awareness
2.) Gain knowledge of informal and formal evaluation as well as need for evaluation in clinical supervision
3.) Learn methods to monitor supervisee performance and provide feedback
4.) Improve supervision skills in evaluation of supervisees
5.) Identify key components of supervisee formative evaluation & summative evaluation as well as performance appraisals
6.) Increase skills to address remediation of problematic supervisee
More…


Presenter: Lisa Simon LPCC

This continuing education course is approved for 3 CE hours by the CSWMFT board of Ohio

Grieving is not just about the death of a loved one. It’s much deeper than that. When we can help a client identify a loss and help him or her to grieve it, the client can begin to heal and even learn tools to adapt well to future losses.
More…

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