Continuing Education Units for Nurses, Social Workers and Nursing Home Administrators
Approved by Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
Clinical Topics Techniques to address to psychological concerns in primary health settings
1. Understanding and Addressing Personality Disorders in Health Care Settings 2. Effective Interventions for the Anxious and Depressed Patient 3. Assessment and Treatment of Later Life Depression 4. Trauma: Assessment and Promoting Recovery 5. The Impact of Chronic Medical Conditions on Emotional Wellbeing 6. The Angry Patient in the Health Care Environment: How Staff Can Help 7. Interventions for Opioid Abuse and Med Seeking Behaviors in the Primary Health Care Setting 8. Effective Assessment and Treatment Planning for Chronically Mentally Ill Consumers 9. Medical Compliance for Elderly Patients 10. Empowering Change: Motivational Interviewing for Health Care Settings 11. Hand on Hand Training: Meeting Needs of the Dementia Patient in Long Term Care 12. The Mind-Body Connection in Physical and Emotional Disorders 13. Successful Therapeutic Relationships: Promoting Personal Growth
Staff Effectiveness Training to promote staff and organizational effectiveness.
14. From Conflict to Collaboration: Effective Interdisciplinary Teamwork In Complex Medical Settings 15. Stress Survival Skills for Health Care Professionals 16. Staff Burnout: Implications and Solutions 17. Emotional Intelligence: Methods to Promote Positive Interdisciplinary Outcomes 18. Implementing Change in Organizations for Optimum Results 19. The Effect of Trauma on Professional Care Givers 20. Teambuilding to Enhance Organizational Effectiveness
Ethics and Professionalism Ethics development to meet regulatory requirements and enhance the quality of services.
21. Effective Responses to Ethical Dilemmas in Human Service Settings 22. Cultural Competency: Addressing Diversity in the Health Care Setting 23. Ethics, Professionalism and the Interdisciplinary Team 24. Patient-Professional Relationships: Boundaries, Therapeutic Issues and Ethical Considerations 25. Confidentiality in the Human Service Setting: Guidelines for Professionals
Other topics are available upon request Our presentations are fast paced, practical and interesting . Each Continuing Education Program includes clearly stated goals, detailed outlines, and references. Programs are usually an hour long can be presented during lunch or other convenient times.
Our presenter can come to your site or you can schedule a program at our facility. We have seating for fifty participants. Of course, all presentations include certificate of attendance for each participant.
For More Information on a Continuing Education Presentation: Contact Us 847-227-8323
Associated Behavioral Consultants, Inc. 6600North Lincoln Ave. Suite 312 Lincolnwood, Illinois 60712 847-227-8323 firstname.lastname@example.org