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Abuse and Neglect: Reporting RequirementsThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

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The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for one half-hour (30 minutes) of CEC. This training also counts for one half-hour (30 minutes) toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP). Abuse & Neglect: Reporting Requirements discusses common examples of abuse and neglect of children and dependent adults, including elder adults. Information on when and how to report incidents of abuse and neglect is included.

Anti-Harassment and Non-Discrimination Training for Employees

Anti- Harassment and Non-Discrimination Training for Employees: This training provides an overview of harassment and discrimination in the workplace including the types of harassment, examples of how harassment manifests itself in the workplace, what to do if you feel you have been the victim of harassment, and what employee's responsibilities are in preventing workplace harassment and discrimination.

Anti-Harassment and Non-Discrimination Training for Leaders

Anti- Harassment and Non-Discrimination Training for Leaders: This training offers clear guidance for Supervisors and Leaders on harassment and discrimination in the workplace including how to recognize and prevent harassment, what to do if you feel you have been the victim of harassment and explains the responsibilities of supervisors to respond promptly and appropriately if faced with a complaint of harassment.

Corporate ComplianceThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. Corporate Compliance provides training on employer Corporate Compliance Plans and information regarding general laws and regulations governing compliance issues in the health care organization. This course meets the Medicaid Integrity Program (MIP) requirement of all New Hires (as identified by the Corporate Compliance Officer). This training takes approximately 45 minutes to complete.  It is required biennially (every other calendar year) for all members of the DWMHA workforce to receive training in this topic area. 0.5 CEC (1/2 hour) is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Cultural Competence: A Foundational CourseThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This course was developed by the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity & Inclusion to provide a basic overview of the topic of Cultural Competence for all members of the community mental health workforce. This course will take approximately 30-45 minutes to complete and carries .5 CEC (1/2 hour) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. MDCH and DWMHA require that all members of the community mental health workforce complete training on the topic area of Cultural Competence at least once every other year.

HIPAA BasicsThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. This training provides a basic introduction to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules. Your employer can and should have policies and procedures that are tailored to its particular functions. You should additionally familiarize yourself with those mandates that are exclusive to your institution.You may select the HIPAA course, which best suits your needs and job duties.All members of the DWMHA workforce must complete at least one of the three HIPAA courses biennially (every other calendar year). This training takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete. There are no social work or counseling Continuing Education Credits (CEC) offered with this module.

  • HIPAA Basics meets the MDCH training requirement for HIPAA. If you work at the supervisory level or higher, you should consider completing HIPAA Intermediate or HIPAA Comprehensive instead of this module.

HIPAA Comprehensive

This training has been updated to reflect the 2011 HIPAA regulation updates and is designed to meet the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. This HIPAA compliance training was developed for Wayne County employees who work in the Department of Health and Human Services. As such, it may reference policies and procedures that are unique to Wayne County employees. Your employer can and should have its own policies and procedures that are tailored to its particular functions. You should familiarize yourself with those mandates that are exclusive to your institution. However, the vast majority of this training is applicable to anyone subject to HIPAA compliance. You may select the HIPAA course, which best suits your needs and job duties. All members of the DWMHA workforce must complete at least one of the three HIPAA courses biennially (every other calendar year). This training takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete.

  • HIPAA Comprehensive is recommended for members of the workforce who are directly responsible for overseeing HIPAA compliance within their organizations, for example, HIPAA officers, Corporate Compliance officers, and members of Quality Assurance departments.

HIPAA Intermediate

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. This training provides an intermediate-level look at the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) Privacy and Security Rules. Your employer can and should have policies and procedures that are tailored to its particular functions. You should additionally familiarize yourself with those mandates that are exclusive to your institution.You may select the HIPAA course, which best suits your needs and job duties.  All members of the DWMHA workforce must complete at least one of the three HIPAA courses biennially (every other calendar year). This training takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. 0.5 CEC (1/2 hour) is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors for the successful completion of this online course.

  • HIPAA Intermediate is recommended for members of the workforce serving in a supervisory or management capacity.

Infection Control and Standard PrecautionsThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. Infection Control and Standard Precautions discusses methods for reducing the spread of pathogens and communicable diseases. This training takes approximately 1/2 hour to complete. It is required biennially (every other calendar year) for all members of the DWMHA workforce to receive training in this topic area. 0.5 CEC (1/2 hour) is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors for the successful completion of this online course.

Limited English Proficiency (LEP)This course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. Limited English Proficiency (LEP) provides training on working with individuals who do not speak English as their primary language and who have a limited ability to read, speak, write, or understand English. This training takes approximately 45 minutes to complete. It is required biennially (every other calendar year) for all members of the DWMHA workforce to receive training in this topic area. 0.5 CEC (1/2 hour) is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Medicaid Fair Hearings, Local Appeals & GrievancesThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. This training takes approximately 1 hour to complete. It is required biennially (every other calendar year) for all members of the DWMHA workforce. 1.0 CEC hour is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors for the successful completion of this online course.

Person Centered Planning with Children, Adults & FamiliesThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) certification requirement for this topic area. It provides instruction on the core principles of person
centered planning, and facilitating pre-planning and person centered planning meetings. Review points include:
(1) person centered planning is defined as a right by the MI Mental Health Code and focuses on the abilities, choices, and preferences of the person supported;
(2) engagement in community life is a core value of person centered planning;
(3) family, friends, and support people can help to actualize personal visions, dreams, and aspirations;
(4) health and safety issues must be factored into the person centered planning process;
(5) the pre-planning meeting is conducted prior to the person centered planning meeting to effectively plan for the meeting;
(6) the facilitator leads a discussion to identify the person's hopes and dreams, goals, strategies, and potential barriers; and
(7) it is important to evaluate the meeting with the participants.
This training takes approximately 1 hour to complete. It is required biennially (every other calendar year) for all members of the DWMHA workforce. 1.0 CEC hour is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors for the successful completion of this online course

Recipient Rights Annual IThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This training meets the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) annual certification requirement for this topic area. This training takes approximately 20 to 30 minutes to complete. It is required every year for all members of the DWMHA workforce. There are no social work or counseling Continuing Education Credits (CEC) offered with this module.

Recovery-Enhancing EnvironmentThis course has an option of Closed Captioning

This one-hour course will help community mental health (CMH) workforce members, persons receiving CMH services and their family members work together to create a Recovery-Enhancing Environment. It provides a foundation in the concept of Recovery and includes a workbook for download. It is required that All Staff working within the DWMHA system complete this course one time prior to September 30, 2014. This course carries 1.0 hour of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

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ACT - Advanced Elements I - Recovery and the Stress-vulnerability Model
This is an advanced course for Assertive Community Treatment practitioners. The "ACT - Advanced Elements I - Recovery and the Stress-vulnerability Model" course will provide information about Recovery and the Stress-Vulnerability model.

The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for 1.0 hour of CE credit. Learners must complete "ACT - Basic Elements of Assertive Community Treatment" before taking ACT - Advanced Elements I.

ACT - Advanced Elements II - Core Processes of Assertive Community Treatment
This is an advanced course for Assertive Community Treatment practitioners. The "ACT - Advanced Elements II" course will provide information about Core Processes of Assertive Community Treatment. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for 1.0 hour of CE credit. Learners must complete "ACT - Basic Elements of Assertive Community Treatment" and "ACT - Advanced Elements I" before taking ACT - Advanced Elements II.

ACT - Advanced Elements III - Service Areas of Assertive Community Treatment
This is an advanced course for Assertive Community Treatment practitioners. The "ACT - Advanced Elements III" course will provide information about Service Areas of Assertive Community Treatment. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have approved this training for 1.0 hour of CE credit. Learners must complete "ACT - Basic Elements of Assertive Community Treatment" and "ACT - Advanced Elements I & II" before taking ACT - Advanced Elements III.

ACT - Basic Elements of Assertive Community Treatment
This is an introductory course for Assertive Community Treatment practitioners. Topics covered include: history, practice principles, philosophy of recovery and benefits of ACT.

The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for 1.5 hours of CE credit

ACT - The Field Guide
This is an introductory course for Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) practitioners to familiarize themselves with the ACT Field Guide, a user-friendly, quality improvement tool developed by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) and the Michigan Public Health Institute (MPHI) Systems Reform Program. The ACT Field Guide integrates standards from Michigan Medicaid and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Professional Counselors have each approved this course for .5 (half-hour) CE credits for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.
Advance Directives for Medical and Mental Health Care
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this MDCH recommended training for 1.0 CEC hour. The Advance Directives course explores planning for medical and mental health care in the event of loss of decision-making ability.

Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Children & Adolescents
This two-hour course provides an introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Children and Adolescents. Viewers will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of this evidence-based practice. This training counts for 2.0 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

From Brain to Behavior Part 1
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 1 of 4 addresses the principles of establishing empathy. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors

From Brain to Behavior Part 2
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 2 of 4 addresses meeting basic needs and begins a discussion of brain structure and its impacts on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 3
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 3 of 4 continues the discussion around the impact of brain structure on behavior begun in Part 2 of this series. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 4
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 4 of 4 concludes the series with final thoughts on establishing empathy, meeting basic needs, and the impact of brain structure on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

General Organizational Index (GOI): Assuring Quality in Evidence-Based Practices: An Introduction to the GOI
General Organizational Index (GOI): Assuring Quality in Evidence-Based Practices: An Introduction to the GOI will increase your understanding of the purpose and structure of the GOI and teach how to use the GOI for assessment of community living skills. It illustrates how the GOI can be used to strengthen the quality of evidence-based programs. This training counts for 2.0 CEC hours for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors, and Qualified Mental Health Professionals.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 1: An Overview
This training will increase awareness and understanding of PSH, illustrate its core concepts, and provide an overview of how PSH works in the Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health system. It will take approximately 75 minutes to complete this course. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 1.0 hour of CE credits for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 2: Housing and Recovery
This course is intended for people who have completed Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing and will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 1.5 hour of CE credits for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 3: Planning for Housing
This course is intended for people who have completed Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) and PSH 2: Housing & Recovery. It will increase your understanding of how housing can be integrated into person-centered planning and improve your ability to assess and address individual preferences for housing and community support. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 4: Critical Time Intervention
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 4: Critical Time Intervention (CTI)

This course is intended for people who have completed: (1) Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH); (2) PSH 2: Housing & Recovery; and (3) PSH 3: Addressing Housing Needs Through Person Centered Planning. This course will increase your understanding of Critical Time Intervention (CTI) as an Evidence-Based Practice and will show how CTI can be used within PSH. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self Determination in Long Term Care: Advanced
Self-Determination in Long Term Care, Part II continues the discussion begun in the Basics course and teaches how Person Centered Planning can be useful in helping people explore their options in leading self-determined lives. This course should take approximately one and one-half hours to complete. This course earns 1.5 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self Determination in Long Term Care: Basics
Self-Determination in Long Term Care Basics explores the option for MI Choice waiver participants to choose, hire, and supervise their direct support staff and to manage a budget for their supports and services. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 hour of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self-Determination: A Foundation
Foundations of Self-Determination examines the principles and tenets of Self-Determination. This course demonstrates the ability of all persons to live a life as independent as possible and to achieve their personal goals and dreams. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This training also counts for 1.0 of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP) and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals (QIDP).

Stages of Change: A Motivational Approach
The "Stages of Change" course is recommended for clinicians and peer support specialists who have completed "Substances of Abuse" and would like to deepen their knowledge of helping people recognize their stage on the journey of recovery. This course is approved for 1.0 CEC hour for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Substances of Abuse
The "Substances of Abuse" course is recommended for clinicians and peer support specialists who wish to gain understanding of common types of substance use and abuse. This course is approved for 1.0 CEC hour for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Substance Use (SU), by Carolyn Lemsky, PhD, C.Psych., may be watched independently of our other offerings on the topic of TBI. The following topic areas are covered within this course: (1) problematic substance use and its relationship with traumatic brain injury; (2) how to talk about the risk of substance use after traumatic brain injury; (3) screening for problematic substance use; and (4) models of care for co-occurring brain injury and substance use.

This course will take approximately two hours to complete.

The VCE is an approved provider of Michigan Certified Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) credits. This training offers 2.0 Specific CEC hours for MCBAP certified addiction professionals. The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) has approved this online course for 2.0 CE hours for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CCRC). This course also meets the MDCH criteria for training in the topic area of Co-Occurring Disorders for clinicians working with people with Traumatic Brain Injury.

Traumatic Brain Injury: Public Services
This is a free training course intended for service providers in Michigan's public service agencies, including: Community Mental Health Services Providers, Department of Human Services, MI Choice Waiver Agents, Area Agencies on Aging, Special Education professionals, and anyone who serves people with brain injury.

The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for up to 3.0 CE credit hours required during the licensure cycle.

This course is presented in four modules. Each module requires approximately 45 minutes to complete. You may stop this training at any point and resume where you left off.

You must successfully complete all four modules in order to receive your certificate.
Case Management and Supports Coordination
Case Management & Supports Coordination defines the services provided through Targeted Case Management and Supports Coordination, including information on staff qualifications, core requirements, assessment, documentation, monitoring and documentation. This course should take approximately thirty minutes to complete and awards ½ CE hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Person Centered Planning: Independent Facilitation
The "Independent Facilitation for Person Centered Planning" provides guidelines for independent facilitation and is recommended for people who have completed "Person Centered Planning with Children, Adults, and Families". This course is approved for 2.0 CEC hours for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.
Autism 101
Autism 101 by Jamesena Ingram, M.Ed. provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) across the lifespan, including its primary signs, the M-CHAT screening tool for ASD, and the Autism Medicaid Benefit. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professional Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This course also counts toward the MDCH training requirement for QMHPs, CMHPs, and QIDPs.

Autism Research: Toward a Biology of Higher-Impact Intervention
This presentation will cover recent scientific advances in understanding the causes and life course of autistic syndromes, with particular emphasis on findings that will inform a next generation of interventions for autism and related disorders. Discoveries in developmental psychobiology, genetics, neuro-imaging, epidemiology, and intervention science have highlighted critical frontiers in which continued progress is expected to translate into innovative and more effective treatments. Dr. Constantino identifies recent scientific advances in the genetic and neurobiological causes of autistic syndromes and discusses the utility, value, and importance of research for treatment of Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Co-Occurring DD/MI disorders in Community Mental Health. This course will take approximately 90-100 minutes to complete and carries 1.5 CEC (1 and ½ hours) for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors and Child Mental Health Professionals.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 1: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 1 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 1 defines Autism Spectrum Disorder, identifies associated symptoms and discusses possible causes. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 2: ABA Basics
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 2 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 2 defines ABA Basics, EIBI, and dimensions of behavior, and discusses how learning occurs, and the importance of data. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.
Adolescent Suicide Prevention Assessment and Intervention
Adolescent Suicide Prevention Assessment and Intervention by Anne Brantley Segall, LMSW, BCD explores the epidemiology of adolescent suicide, including sociocultural and familial risks, as well as treatment issues. Successful completion of this course and its quiz earns 2.0 CEC hours for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This course also counts for 2.0 of the 24.0 child-specific training hours required annually by MDCH for Child Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

Autism 101
Autism 101 by Jamesena Ingram, M.Ed. provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) across the lifespan, including its primary signs, the M-CHAT screening tool for ASD, and the Autism Medicaid Benefit. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professional Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This course also counts toward the MDCH training requirement for QMHPs, CMHPs, and QIDPs.

Autism Research: Toward a Biology of Higher-Impact Intervention
This presentation will cover recent scientific advances in understanding the causes and life course of autistic syndromes, with particular emphasis on findings that will inform a next generation of interventions for autism and related disorders. Discoveries in developmental psychobiology, genetics, neuro-imaging, epidemiology, and intervention science have highlighted critical frontiers in which continued progress is expected to translate into innovative and more effective treatments. Dr. Constantino identifies recent scientific advances in the genetic and neurobiological causes of autistic syndromes and discusses the utility, value, and importance of research for treatment of Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Co-Occurring DD/MI disorders in Community Mental Health. This course will take approximately 90-100 minutes to complete and carries 1.5 CEC (1 and ½ hours) for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors and Child Mental Health Professionals.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 1: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 1 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 1 defines Autism Spectrum Disorder, identifies associated symptoms and discusses possible causes. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 2: ABA Basics
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 2 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 2 defines ABA Basics, EIBI, and dimensions of behavior, and discusses how learning occurs, and the importance of data. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Children & Adolescents
This two-hour course provides an introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Children and Adolescents. Viewers will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of this evidence-based practice. This training counts for 2.0 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

Cultural Competency: Working with LGBTQ Youth
This 90-minute cultural competency course provides an introduction to working with lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgendered and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Emphasis is placed on challenges faced by LGBTQ youth at home and school. This training counts for 1.5 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

Ethical Issues in Child & Family Therapy
This training counts toward 3.0 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required for Child Mental Health Professionals by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH). This training is also approved for 3.0 hours of CEC for licensed professional counselors. Please note that this course does not carry CEC for licensed social workers.

Gender Development in Children
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for 2.0 CE credit hours. This training also counts toward the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals.

Navigating Community Mental Health
Navigating Community Mental Health will provide information pertaining to accessing community mental health services in Wayne County within a System of Care.This course will explain Developmental Disability and Serious Emotional Disturbance and the services available to them.It will explore the development and implementation of a countywide System of Care, collaborating across all systems including Child Welfare, Community Mental Health, Juvenile Justice and the Public School System, learning the positive impact on children and families.

This course should take approximately two hours to complete and awards 2.0 CE hours for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Navigating Special Education
Navigating Special Education Services within Wayne County presents numerous barriers for children, youth and their families, resulting in children and youth experiencing a delay in accessing Special Education services. This increases the need for mental health services due to stressors associated with micro and macro level systemic barriers. This training will assist with educating the public as it relates to accessing Special Education Services in Wayne County, empowering children, youth and families and those who serve them. This training counts for 2.5 CEC hours for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors, Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals, Child Mental Health Professionals, and Qualified Mental Health Professionals.

Traumatic Brain Injury: Pediatric
This is a free training course intended for service providers in Michigan's public service agencies, including: Community Mental Health Services Providers, Department of Human Services, MI Choice Waiver Agents, Area Agencies on Aging, Special Education professionals, and anyone who serves people with brain injury.

The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for 1.0 CE credit hours. This training also counts for 1.0 hours toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP). The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) has approved this online course for .75 CE hours for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CCRC).

This course is presented in four modules. Each module requires approximately 20 minutes to complete. You may stop this training at any point and resume where you left off. You must successfully complete all four modules in order to receive your certificate.

Play Therapy with Children: Practice Concepts and Clinical Illustrations
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for two hours (2.0 hours) of CEC. This training also counts for two hours (2.0 hours) toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP). This training explores the dynamics of trauma in relational and developmental context and play therapy intervention. Learners will develop skills in assessing levels of complexity of trauma and appropriate play therapy intervention.

The Impact of Child Trauma on Sensory Processing: Creating a Supportive Response for Children with Sensory Modulation Disorders: Concepts and Tools
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for 3.0 CEC hours.Hospice of Michigan's Maggie Allessee Center for Quality of Life has approved this traning for 3.0 CNE credit hours.This training also counts as 3.0 hours toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).Evidence exists that children with trauma history experience sensory processing disorders across three different typologies, with sensory modulation disorders being most prevalent.Identification of behaviors that reflect sensory processing challenges is the first step in creating supportive responses, which include natural, inexpensive methods.
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Cultural Competency: Working with LGBTQ Youth
This 90-minute cultural competency course provides an introduction to working with lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgendered and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Emphasis is placed on challenges faced by LGBTQ youth at home and school. This training counts for 1.5 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).
Autism 101
Autism 101 by Jamesena Ingram, M.Ed. provides an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) across the lifespan, including its primary signs, the M-CHAT screening tool for ASD, and the Autism Medicaid Benefit. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professional Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This course also counts toward the MDCH training requirement for QMHPs, CMHPs, and QIDPs.

Autism Research: Toward a Biology of Higher-Impact Intervention
This presentation will cover recent scientific advances in understanding the causes and life course of autistic syndromes, with particular emphasis on findings that will inform a next generation of interventions for autism and related disorders. Discoveries in developmental psychobiology, genetics, neuro-imaging, epidemiology, and intervention science have highlighted critical frontiers in which continued progress is expected to translate into innovative and more effective treatments. Dr. Constantino identifies recent scientific advances in the genetic and neurobiological causes of autistic syndromes and discusses the utility, value, and importance of research for treatment of Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Co-Occurring DD/MI disorders in Community Mental Health. This course will take approximately 90-100 minutes to complete and carries 1.5 CEC (1 and ½ hours) for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors and Child Mental Health Professionals.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 1: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 1 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 1 defines Autism Spectrum Disorder, identifies associated symptoms and discusses possible causes. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 2: ABA Basics
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 2 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 2 defines ABA Basics, EIBI, and dimensions of behavior, and discusses how learning occurs, and the importance of data. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

From Brain to Behavior Part 1
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 1 of 4 addresses the principles of establishing empathy. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors

From Brain to Behavior Part 2
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 2 of 4 addresses meeting basic needs and begins a discussion of brain structure and its impacts on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 3
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 3 of 4 continues the discussion around the impact of brain structure on behavior begun in Part 2 of this series. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 4
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 4 of 4 concludes the series with final thoughts on establishing empathy, meeting basic needs, and the impact of brain structure on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Navigating Community Mental Health
Navigating Community Mental Health will provide information pertaining to accessing community mental health services in Wayne County within a System of Care.This course will explain Developmental Disability and Serious Emotional Disturbance and the services available to them.It will explore the development and implementation of a countywide System of Care, collaborating across all systems including Child Welfare, Community Mental Health, Juvenile Justice and the Public School System, learning the positive impact on children and families.

This course should take approximately two hours to complete and awards 2.0 CE hours for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Navigating Special Education
Navigating Special Education Services within Wayne County presents numerous barriers for children, youth and their families, resulting in children and youth experiencing a delay in accessing Special Education services. This increases the need for mental health services due to stressors associated with micro and macro level systemic barriers. This training will assist with educating the public as it relates to accessing Special Education Services in Wayne County, empowering children, youth and families and those who serve them. This training counts for 2.5 CEC hours for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors, Qualified Intellectual Disability Professionals, Child Mental Health Professionals, and Qualified Mental Health Professionals.

Self Determination in Long Term Care: Advanced
Self-Determination in Long Term Care, Part II continues the discussion begun in the Basics course and teaches how Person Centered Planning can be useful in helping people explore their options in leading self-determined lives. This course should take approximately one and one-half hours to complete. This course earns 1.5 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self Determination in Long Term Care: Basics
Self-Determination in Long Term Care Basics explores the option for MI Choice waiver participants to choose, hire, and supervise their direct support staff and to manage a budget for their supports and services. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 hour of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self-Determination: A Foundation
Foundations of Self-Determination examines the principles and tenets of Self-Determination. This course demonstrates the ability of all persons to live a life as independent as possible and to achieve their personal goals and dreams. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This training also counts for 1.0 of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP) and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals (QIDP).
Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 1: Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 1 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 1 defines Autism Spectrum Disorder, identifies associated symptoms and discusses possible causes. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavior Analysis 2: ABA Basics
Behavioral Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis Part 2 by Krista Kennedy, MS, LLP, BCBA is the first of a planned seven-part series providing Behavior Technician Training on Applied Behavioral Analysis to direct care workers. Part 2 defines ABA Basics, EIBI, and dimensions of behavior, and discusses how learning occurs, and the importance of data. It will take approximately one hour to complete this course and will count for 1.0 hour of QIDP training.

From Brain to Behavior Part 1
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 1 of 4 addresses the principles of establishing empathy. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors

From Brain to Behavior Part 2
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 2 of 4 addresses meeting basic needs and begins a discussion of brain structure and its impacts on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 3
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 3 of 4 continues the discussion around the impact of brain structure on behavior begun in Part 2 of this series. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

From Brain to Behavior Part 4
This online course series was developed by Ali Amirsadri, MD to enhance working relationships between direct support professionals and the individuals to whom they provide support services. Part 4 of 4 concludes the series with final thoughts on establishing empathy, meeting basic needs, and the impact of brain structure on behavior. This module will take approximately 45 minutes to complete and awards ½ CEC hour (.5 CEC) for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors

Medication Administration Refresher
This 30 minute course is intended as an annual refresher course for direct support professionals. It should not be used in place of a thorough introductory training. This course addresses appropriate medication administration and common mistakes made during the administration of medication in residential settings.
Ethical Issues in Child & Family Therapy
This training counts toward 3.0 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required for Child Mental Health Professionals by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH). This training is also approved for 3.0 hours of CEC for licensed professional counselors. Please note that this course does not carry CEC for licensed social workers.
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Check back soon for upcoming courses.
Cultural Competency: Working with LGBTQ Youth
This 90-minute cultural competency course provides an introduction to working with lesbian, gay, bi-attractional, transgendered and questioning (LGBTQ) youth. Emphasis is placed on challenges faced by LGBTQ youth at home and school. This training counts for 1.5 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

Gender Development in Children
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative has approved this training for 2.0 CE credit hours. This training also counts toward the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals.
Advance Directives for Medical and Mental Health Care
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this MDCH recommended training for 1.0 CEC hour. The Advance Directives course explores planning for medical and mental health care in the event of loss of decision-making ability.
Pain Management: Interdisciplinary Approaches
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for 1.0 CEC hour. Hospice of Michigan's Maggie Allessee Center for Quality of Life has approved this traning for 1.0 CNE credit hours. This training also counts as 1.0 hour toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH.
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General Organizational Index (GOI): Assuring Quality in Evidence-Based Practices: An Introduction to the GOI
General Organizational Index (GOI): Assuring Quality in Evidence-Based Practices: An Introduction to the GOI will increase your understanding of the purpose and structure of the GOI and teach how to use the GOI for assessment of community living skills. It illustrates how the GOI can be used to strengthen the quality of evidence-based programs. This training counts for 2.0 CEC hours for licensed social workers, licensed professional counselors, and Qualified Mental Health Professionals.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 1: An Overview
This training will increase awareness and understanding of PSH, illustrate its core concepts, and provide an overview of how PSH works in the Detroit-Wayne County Community Mental Health system. It will take approximately 75 minutes to complete this course. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 1.0 hour of CE credits for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 2: Housing and Recovery
This course is intended for people who have completed Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing and will take approximately 90 minutes to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 1.5 hour of CE credits for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 3: Planning for Housing
This course is intended for people who have completed Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) and PSH 2: Housing & Recovery. It will increase your understanding of how housing can be integrated into person-centered planning and improve your ability to assess and address individual preferences for housing and community support. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 4: Critical Time Intervention
Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) 4: Critical Time Intervention (CTI)

This course is intended for people who have completed: (1) Overview of Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH); (2) PSH 2: Housing & Recovery; and (3) PSH 3: Addressing Housing Needs Through Person Centered Planning. This course will increase your understanding of Critical Time Intervention (CTI) as an Evidence-Based Practice and will show how CTI can be used within PSH. This course will take approximately two hours to complete. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative (MI-CEC) and the National Board for Certified Professionals Counselors (NBCC) have each approved this course for 2.0 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.
Self Determination in Long Term Care: Advanced
Self-Determination in Long Term Care, Part II continues the discussion begun in the Basics course and teaches how Person Centered Planning can be useful in helping people explore their options in leading self-determined lives. This course should take approximately one and one-half hours to complete. This course earns 1.5 hours of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self Determination in Long Term Care: Basics
Self-Determination in Long Term Care Basics explores the option for MI Choice waiver participants to choose, hire, and supervise their direct support staff and to manage a budget for their supports and services. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 hour of CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Self-Determination: A Foundation
Foundations of Self-Determination examines the principles and tenets of Self-Determination. This course demonstrates the ability of all persons to live a life as independent as possible and to achieve their personal goals and dreams. This course should take approximately one hour to complete. This course earns 1.0 CEC for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This training also counts for 1.0 of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Qualified Mental Health Professionals (QMHP) and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals (QIDP).
Detoxification: Basic Principles
Basic Principles of Detoxification with Mark Menestrina, MD, FASAM outlines the rationale for treating withdrawal as the first step in the recovery process. The major classes of drugs of abuse will be reviewed, including alcohol. The withdrawal symptoms for each class will be outlined, as well as the pharmacological agents commonly utilized to treat each class of drug withdrawal syndrome. This course will take approximately three hours to complete. 3.0 CEC is awarded to licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Stages of Change: A Motivational Approach
The "Stages of Change" course is recommended for clinicians and peer support specialists who have completed "Substances of Abuse" and would like to deepen their knowledge of helping people recognize their stage on the journey of recovery. This course is approved for 1.0 CEC hour for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Substances of Abuse
The "Substances of Abuse" course is recommended for clinicians and peer support specialists who wish to gain understanding of common types of substance use and abuse. This course is approved for 1.0 CEC hour for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors.

Traumatic Brain Injury and Substance Use
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Substance Use (SU), by Carolyn Lemsky, PhD, C.Psych., may be watched independently of our other offerings on the topic of TBI. The following topic areas are covered within this course: (1) problematic substance use and its relationship with traumatic brain injury; (2) how to talk about the risk of substance use after traumatic brain injury; (3) screening for problematic substance use; and (4) models of care for co-occurring brain injury and substance use.

This course will take approximately two hours to complete.

The VCE is an approved provider of Michigan Certified Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) credits. This training offers 2.0 Specific CEC hours for MCBAP certified addiction professionals. The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) has approved this online course for 2.0 CE hours for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CCRC). This course also meets the MDCH criteria for training in the topic area of Co-Occurring Disorders for clinicians working with people with Traumatic Brain Injury.
Adolescent Suicide Prevention Assessment and Intervention
Adolescent Suicide Prevention Assessment and Intervention by Anne Brantley Segall, LMSW, BCD explores the epidemiology of adolescent suicide, including sociocultural and familial risks, as well as treatment issues. Successful completion of this course and its quiz earns 2.0 CEC hours for licensed social workers and licensed professional counselors. This course also counts for 2.0 of the 24.0 child-specific training hours required annually by MDCH for Child Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).
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The Impact of Child Trauma on Sensory Processing: Creating a Supportive Response for Children with Sensory Modulation Disorders: Concepts and Tools
The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for 3.0 CEC hours.Hospice of Michigan's Maggie Allessee Center for Quality of Life has approved this traning for 3.0 CNE credit hours.This training also counts as 3.0 hours toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).Evidence exists that children with trauma history experience sensory processing disorders across three different typologies, with sensory modulation disorders being most prevalent.Identification of behaviors that reflect sensory processing challenges is the first step in creating supportive responses, which include natural, inexpensive methods.
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Children & Adolescents
This two-hour course provides an introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Children and Adolescents. Viewers will gain an understanding of the fundamentals of this evidence-based practice. This training counts for 2.0 hours of the 24 hours of annual training required by the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP).

Traumatic Brain Injury: Adults: Cognitive & Behavioral Consequences
This is a free training course intended for service providers in Michigan's public service agencies, including: Community Mental Health Services Providers, Department of Human Services, MI Choice Waiver Agents, Area Agencies on Aging, Special Education professionals, and anyone who serves people with brain injury. The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for up to 1.5 CE credit hours required during the licensure cycle.

Traumatic Brain Injury: Pediatric
This is a free training course intended for service providers in Michigan's public service agencies, including: Community Mental Health Services Providers, Department of Human Services, MI Choice Waiver Agents, Area Agencies on Aging, Special Education professionals, and anyone who serves people with brain injury.

The Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative and the National Board for Certified Counselors have each approved this training for 1.0 CE credit hours. This training also counts for 1.0 hours toward the 24 hours of annual training required by MDCH for Children's Mental Health Professionals (CMHP). The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) has approved this online course for .75 CE hours for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CCRC).

This course is presented in four modules. Each module requires approximately 20 minutes to complete. You may stop this training at any point and resume where you left off. You must successfully complete all four modules in order to receive your certificate.

Traumatic Brain Injury: Substance Use
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Substance Use (SU), by Carolyn Lemsky, PhD, C.Psych., may be watched independently of our other offerings on the topic of TBI. The following topic areas are covered within this course: (1) problematic substance use and its relationship with traumatic brain injury; (2) how to talk about the risk of substance use after traumatic brain injury; (3) screening for problematic substance use; and (4) models of care for co-occurring brain injury and substance use.

This course will take approximately two hours to complete.

The VCE is an approved provider of Michigan Certified Board of Addiction Professionals (MCBAP) credits. This training offers 2.0 Specific CEC hours for MCBAP certified addiction professionals. The Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC) has approved this online course for 2.0 CE hours for Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CRC) and Canadian Certified Rehabilitation Counselors (CCRC). This course also meets the MDCH criteria for training in the topic area of Co-Occurring Disorders for clinicians working with people with Traumatic Brain Injury.

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Please note: The following training videos do not meet the Continuing Education Credit criteria for licensed social workers, counselors, nurses, or psychiatrists. The training time which result from viewing these videos will count toward the annual training hours required by most provider agencies and the Michigan Department of Community Health. If you are specifically seeking training hours in child & youth related subject matter, please make sure that the video's title and description reflect this.

Self-Study Courses

Mental Health: A Guide for African Americans & Their Families

The above link will take you to a half-hour Cultural Competency course on "Mental Health: A Guide for African Americans & Their Families." After viewing, you may record a half-hour of time as Cultural Competency training on the tracking form provided at the bottom of this page.

Mental Health: A Guide for Latinos & Their Families

The above link will take you to a half-hour Cultural Competency course on "Mental Health: A Guide for Latinos & Their Families" in both English and Spanish language versions. After viewing, you may record a half-hour of time as Cultural Competency training on the tracking form provided at the bottom of this page.

Cultural Competence in Mental Health Programs

The above link will take you to a half-hour Cultural Competency course on "Cultural Competence in Mental Health Programs." After viewing, you may record a half-hour of time as Cultural Competency training on the tracking form provided at the bottom of this page.


The above links will take you to educational video resources which may be used for self study purposes. Please check with your immediate supervisor to verify that this form of self study will satisfy training requirements in these topic areas for your position. Check back soon for new video listings.

Training time logged for viewing these Self Study Video Links will not load onto your VCE transcript. Instead, please download the attached Tracking Form and Sample Tracking Form in order to accurately record your training time.

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