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Counselors, coaches and sober companions help hundreds of thousands of people affected by Addictions and Mental Health issues each year. Learn about the current research and practical counseling tools to improve your skills and provide the best possible services. Counselor Toolbox targets counselors, coaches and companions, but can also provide useful counseling self-help tools for persons struggling with these issues and their loved ones. AllCEUs is an approved counseling continuing education provider for addiction and mental health counselors in most states. Counseling CEUs are available for each episode.

Episode Date
382 -Counseling People Who Are Transgender and Gender Nonconforming
62:03
Learn about unique issues to working with people who are transgender and their families. CEUs are available for this podcast at https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox
Apr 17, 2019
381 -Nonpharmacological Pain Management — CBT for Chronic Pain
69:47
Learn about a variety of techniques that can be used to help people with chronic pain and develop a better understanding of the chronic pain experience and associated cognitions. CEUs are available for this podcast at allceus.com/counselortoolbox
Apr 13, 2019
379 -Treating Addictions and Borderline Personality Disorder Symptoms
61:01
Symptoms of addiction and borderline personality disorder are very similar and overlap. Explore how those symptoms may have developed as a protective mechanism and interventions to assist in addressing them. CEUs are available for this presentation. See the link in the show notes.
Apr 06, 2019
378 -Contextual Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
61:09
Learn how context creates a phenomenological reality that influences each individual's perceptions of the present and why that is important in the recovery process. CEUs are available for this presentation at AllCEUs.com see the link in the show notes.
Apr 03, 2019
377 -The Porn Trap
0:00
Review the neurochemical underpinnings of pornography addiction and interventions to help the person begin to recover. CEUs are available for this presentation at allceus.com for those in the US and australia.allceus.com for those in the AU.
Mar 29, 2019
376 -Love You Hate the Porn
0:00
Learn about the consequences of problematic pornography use on the significant other and ways to help the couple recover. CEUs are available for this presentation at allceus.com for those in the US and australia.allceus.com for those in the AU.
Mar 27, 2019
375 -Breaking the Cycle of Pornography Addiction
0:00
Pornography can have many negative effects on a person's mood, work product, ability to concentrate, relationships and overall health. Learn about risk factors, reasons porn can be addictive and steps to take to break the cycle of porn addiction. CEUs are available at allceus.com/counselortoolbox
Mar 23, 2019
374 -Enhancing Trauma Resilience
0:00
Learn how to enhance trauma resiliency to prevent PTSD and break the cycle of intergenerational trauma. CEUs are available at allceus.com/counselortoolbox
Mar 20, 2019
373 -Grief, Trauma and Personality Disordered Symptoms
54:47
Learn how many of the symptoms of personality disorders can be seen as adaptive responses after a trauma which occurred in early adulthood or before. CEUs or OPD/CPD hours can be earned for this podcast by going to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com in Australia.
Mar 16, 2019
372 -Complicated Grief and Attachment
58:48
When examining the behaviors of adult or adolescent clients whose primary attachment was disrupted, the traumatic impact can be seen. Learn steps to help people reconcile the trauma. Earn CEUs for this podcast at https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox
Mar 13, 2019
371 -Psychosocial Impact of Trauma
1:09
After a trauma people need time to re-group and find their “new-normal” Learn how to assist trauma survivors. To access the CEU course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia.
Mar 09, 2019
370 -Counseling Clients Who Self-Harm
0:00
NSSI usually represents a way of dealing with distress the best the person knows how. Learn the reasons for self-injury and interventions to assist you. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia.
Mar 06, 2019
369 -The Mathis Method with Dr. Jennifer Mathis
37:53
Learn about the Mathis Method developed by Dr. Jennifer Mathis to provide trauma-informed treatment services.
Mar 04, 2019
368 -Introduction to 12-Step Programs with John M of Sober Speak
73:05
Learn more about 12-Step Programs, the Big Book, the 12 & 12. Hear from Sober Speak Podcast Host John M. about a variety of tools from the trenches, how clients can get started in 12-Step programs. After a trauma people need time to re-group and find their “new-normal” To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Mar 02, 2019
367 -Ethics, Self Care, Counseling Skills and Ongoing Supervision
56:44
Review the philosophical ethical principles. Explore how the following are ethical imperatives and how to fit them in: Counseling Skills Development, Ongoing Supervision, Self-Care. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Mar 01, 2019
366 – Person Centered Theory of Personality and Behavior
58:37
Define “person centered theory” Explore how the PCT can help us understand differences in individuals responses to situations. Explore how PCT can be useful in developing effective treatment plans/interventions. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 27, 2019
365 -Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone and Mood
59:16
Identify the effects of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone levels on mood. Explore the effect of cortisol on sex hormones (and mood). Identify causes of sex hormone imbalances and possible interventions. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 24, 2019
364 -Neurotransmitters and Mood: Glutamate and GABA
42:16
GABA is our natural Xanax and Glutamate is our main get-up-and-go neurochemical. Learn how these are interrelated, how they impact serotonin, dopamine and norepinepherine and ways to normalize levels.
Feb 23, 2019
363 – Gamification in Counseling
41:42
Learn how gamification can increase motivation, attention and improve outcomes and explore multiple easy ways to gamify most counseling issues. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 20, 2019
362 -Cannabidiol (CBD) and Mental Health
56:44
CBD is a component of cannabis that has anti-anxiety, anti-epileptic, anti-psychotic and anti-inflammatory effects. Learn about the benefits as well as cautions for CBD. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 16, 2019
361 – Protective Factors for Addictions and Co-Occurring Disorders
0:00
Learn about factors that we can enhance to help prevent or mitigate mental health and/or addiction issues. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 15, 2019
360- Food Addiction and Eating Issues
54:59
Learn about how food can be used as addictive behavior and interventions to help people address emotional eating. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Feb 13, 2019
358 -Treating Chronic Pain in People with Substance Abuse Issues (Re-Release)
0:00
To my listeners, I apologize for repeating content, but have been called away with a family emergency.  I will repost new content beginning in February. These were recorded in 2016, so, hopefully they are new to you.  ~Dr. Snipes
Jan 26, 2019
357 – Thinking Errors (Re-Release)
59:00
Thinking errors keep people stuck. Learn how to help people embrace the dialectics, reduce catastrophization and more. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 23, 2019
356 -Norepinephrine: Your Get Up and Go
58:39
Norepinephrine is activates your system to fight or flee. Too little can lead to hypotension, bradycardia, confusion, difficulty concentrating, fatigue and sleep issues. Too much can produce panic like symptoms. Elevated levels of norepinephrine over an extended period of time actually causes the body to reduce the amount available causing symptoms of insufficiency. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 16, 2019
355 -Dopamine: It is more than a pleasure chemical
59:57
Dopamine is involved in reward, motivation, muscle coordination, wakefulness, mood and much more. Learn how a dopamine imbalance impacts your mind and body. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 12, 2019
354 -Serotonin: The Multifunctional Neurotransmitter
58:48
Learn about the functions of serotonin and how it impacts other neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinepherine. Also learn how SSRIs and other medications impact serotonin receptors, but also alter other neurotransmitters in the process. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 09, 2019
353 -Gut Health and Mental Health
57:52
Learn how alterations in the gut bacteria have been implicated in multiple host diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and inflammation, while recent evidence suggests a potential role of the microbiota-gut-brain axis in neuropsychiatric disorders, such as depression and anxiety via leaky gut. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 04, 2019
352 -Attachment Issues in Counseling
0:00
Learn about what attachment is and how problems in the attachment process can lead to mood, behavioral and relationship issues. To access the CEU/OPD/CPD course go to https://allceus.com/counselortoolbox in the US or https://australia.allceus.com/counselortoolbox if you are in Australia
Jan 04, 2019
350 -Intro to Problem Gambling and Gambling Disorder
34:43
Screening for gambling problems is important because few people seek treatment for these problems and instead seek help for other complaints. Learn about different types of gambling, risk and protective factors and warning signs of gambling problems.
Jan 03, 2019
351 – Problem Gambling and Mental Health
22:30
People often refuse to seek help for gambling disorder because of stigma. Stigma regarding gambling appears to be largely culturally created. Exposure to people who have pathological gambling disorder to reduce othering shows the greatest promise for the reduction of stigma.
Dec 31, 2018
349 -Polyamory: An Overview for Counselors
55:26
There are a variety of reasons people engage in polyamorous relationships. Approximately 4% or 9.8 million adults are engaging in some form of polyamorous relationships. Polyamorous relationships are not always about sex. They are about dedication and commitment to being there for the other person. Learn more about these relationship structures and how to assist clients who are in polyamorous relationships.
Dec 28, 2018
348 -Dom-sub and Female Led Relationships: Overview for Counselors
54:23
D/s relationships can take many forms. They can be bedroom relationships or 24/7 TPEs. There are very significant differences between the different types of relationships which clients should explore prior to entering into a contract.
Dec 26, 2018
347 -Overview of BDSM for Counselors
54:16
As many as 20-50% of people have engaged in some type of BDSM behavior, bondage and spanking being the most common. Part of becoming a kink-aware therapist is recognizing that some of your clients engage in some type of BDSM activities which may ---or may not---be contributing to their distress. BDSM covers a wide range of activities, almost all involving some level of power exchange. BDSM practitioners have been found to be at least as “well adjusted” as sexually normative culture.
Dec 22, 2018
345 -Human Sexuality and Cultural Responsiveness
60:10
A majority of the population dabbles in some form of kink. Practitioners who embrace kink, especially BDSM and polyamory are often reluctant to disclose these issues to their medical or mental health providers. Issues of shame and guilt often arise when people first discover their alternate sexual preferences and can be compounded by a culturally insensitive therapist.
Dec 14, 2018
344 -Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Screening and Interventions
60:49
The number of people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders is increasing, and these clients are disproportionately represented in the legal and child welfare system, and often have significant challenges in school Early and effective differential diagnosis can help a person with an FASD achieve the highest quality of life.
Dec 11, 2018
343 -Spiritual Steps to Happiness Part 4
0:00
Learn how authenticity, gratitude and patience can help people be less stressed and actually increase their happiness.
Dec 08, 2018
342 -Recovery Residences-What They Are and Effectiveness
59:03
Learn about different types of recovery residences, the varying levels and phases and explore the benefits of the milieu created by the social model.
Dec 04, 2018
341 – Spiritual Steps to Happiness Part 3
61:13
Spiritual Steps to Happiness Part 3 Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Counselor Toolbox Podcast CEUs/OPD/CPDs are available for this presentation at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/953/c/ for clinicians in the US and https://australia.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/953/c/ for clinicians in Australia. Objectives ~ Openmindedness/Teachability/Curiosity ~ Optimism ~ Compassion Openmindedness/Teachability/Curiosity ~ Why this logically makes sense that it could improve happiness and reduce distress ~ When […]
Dec 01, 2018
340 -Trauma Informed Interventions
58:18
Learn how to create safety and develop trust through the use of cultural resources, peer support, transparency, collaboration and empowerment to help people explore events, experiences and effects, and respond in a way that helps them live a rich and meaningful life without feeling retraumatized.
Nov 23, 2018
339 -Spiritual Steps to Happiness Part 2
58:44
Learn how to develop honesty, awareness and acceptance to help you live a happier life.
Nov 22, 2018
338 -Burnout Prevention and Self-Care
59:19
Burnout work environments are a reality. Burnout does not have to be. Burnout causes problems in Health, Mental Health, Relationships. Work environment and employee retention. Ability to provide client services. Develop resilience and identifying the sources and interventions for your burnout
Nov 21, 2018
337 -Relapse Prevention and Accountability
37:22
Relapse prevention planning should begin at admission (when the person has stopped using, or made the decision to try to change). Relapse prevention plans are ineffective if they are not followed. It takes at least 6 months to get in the groove of a recovery lifestyle. Accountability will help people maintain motivation through social, behavioral and/or financial reinforcement
Nov 20, 2018
335 -Spiritual Steps to Happiness
64:48
Developing a sense of connectedness and awareness of our impact on the universe and the universe's impact on us, cultivation of a sense of awe and wonder and exploration of faith to help can help people identify those things over which they do and do not have control, ways to improve their corner of the universe and what to change or avoid because it has negative effects on them.
Nov 17, 2018
334 -Preventing Trauma and Depression During the Holidays
61:29
The holidays can bring up feelings of grief, guilt, loneliness, anger, trauma/helplessness, and depression/hopelessness. We will discuss common holiday-related triggers and potential interventions.
Nov 14, 2018
333 -Meditation Techniques for Reducing Distress and Improving Health and Happiness
61:07
Meditation has been shown to help people cultivate happy feelings. Meditation can tame monkey mind and improve concentration and clarity. Meditation can reduce blood pressure and improve sleep. There are a variety of different types of meditation, it is important for people to find one that “fits” for them.
Nov 10, 2018
332 -Encouraging Optimism Based on Positive Expectations
58:13
Learn how to help people start learning optimism. Create Positivity. Start looking at events in terms of what you want instead of what you lost or do not have.
Nov 07, 2018
331 -Developing Interpersonal Effectiveness Self Esteem
56:47
Self-Esteem Presented by: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director, AllCEUs Objectives ~ The Nature of Self-Esteem ~ Identifying and Disarming the Critic ~ Creating an Accurate Self Assessment ~ Identifying Cognitive Distortions ~ Developing Compassion ~ Shaking the Shoulds ~ Handling Mistakes ~ Responding to Criticism ~ Goal Setting ~ Core Beliefs ~ Building Self Esteem […]
Nov 03, 2018
330 -Developing Healthy Support Networks
59:57
Healthy relationships are vital to a healthy life. By becoming interpersonally effective, people can better get their needs met and meet the needs of others. The 7 Habits can serve as a reminder for important things to do to build healthy relationships. By understanding temperament people can better understand themselves and others and communicate and synergize in meaningful ways.
Oct 31, 2018
329 -Addressing Codependency and Abandonment Fears
60:42
Identifying and being mindful of abandonment triggers in the present can help people choose alternate, more helpful ways of responding. Learn tools to help clients do just that in this episode.
Oct 27, 2018
328 -Recovering from an Addicted or Borderline Parent
58:37
Recovering from Growing Up with an Addicted or Borderline Parent Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director, AllCEUs.com Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox CEUs are available for this presentation at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/375/c/ Objectives ~ Review the characteristics of BPD ~ Compare and contrast BPD with addictive behaviors ~ Examine ways to implement the activities presented in the book […]
Oct 24, 2018
327 -Finding Meaning with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
58:37
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Skills Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs Objectives ~ The Goal of ACT ~ What is Mindfulness? ~ How Does ACT Differ from Other Mindfulness-based Approaches? ~ What is Unique to Act? ~ Destructive Normality ~ Experiential Avoidance ~ Therapeutic Interventions ~ Confronting the Agenda ~ Control is […]
Oct 20, 2018
326 -Stress Management with Dialectics and Locus of Control | Journey to Recovery Series
59:31
Locus of control helps people realistically examine how much control they have over a situation. Dialectics help people deal with distress by embracing and examining the opposing forces or points in a situation.
Oct 17, 2018
325 -Cognitive Behavioral Activities for Group and Individual Work
66:47
By developing a broader understanding of situations people can explore the effectiveness of their thinking in terms of how it impacts their ability to live a rich and meaningful life.
Oct 13, 2018
323 -Depression Group and Individual Interventions
63:17
Learn how to teach the common symptoms for anxiety and depression-based disorders, and how a positive change in one area or symptom can have positive effects on all symptoms or areas.
Oct 07, 2018
322 -Guilt Individual and Group Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series
57:54
Guilt comes in many forms. It is largely anger at ourselves and energy tied up in the past. Holding on to guilt weighs us down. Identifying your sources of guilt and addressing them is the first step.
Oct 06, 2018
321 -Grief and Loss Individual and Group Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series
62:22
Losses encompass more than death or a person or loss of property. Failure to acknowledge losses can cause unhelpful reactions in similar future situations. It is important to explore feelings and reactions in terms of their functionality---how are they benefitting the person
Oct 03, 2018
320 -Anger and Anxiety Group and Individual Interventions | Journey to Recovery Series
55:46
By helping people identify the roots of their anger and more effective strategies, they can be empowered to reduce the frequency and intensity of these emotions and more effectively cope when they do arise.
Sep 29, 2018
319 -Distress Tolerance Group and Individual Activities: Journey to Recovery Series
59:04
The goal of distress tolerance is to accept, find meaning for and tolerate distress. Pain and distress are part of life. Refusing to accept this leads to suffering
Sep 26, 2018
318 -Seeking Safety Overview
60:15
“Safety” is an umbrella term that signifies various elements: ~ discontinuing addictive behaviors ~ reducing suicidality ~ minimizing exposure high-risk situations ~ letting go of dangerous relationships ~ gaining control over extreme symptoms (such as dissociation) ~ stopping self-harm behaviors (such as cutting).
Sep 23, 2018
317 -Introduction to Restoring Sanctuary Part 2
68:19
Issues of exposure to trauma and adversity in childhood are central to the development of most mental illness
Sep 23, 2018
316 -Introduction to Restoring Sanctuary Part 1
64:18
Sanctuary helps people become aware of the function of their behaviors and break unhelpful re-enactment cycles
Sep 22, 2018
315 -Introduction to Trauma Informed Care
48:25
Organizational Guidelines for Trauma Informed Care Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Objectives ~ What do we mean by trauma? ~ What do we mean by a trauma-informed approach? ~ What are the key principles of a trauma-informed approach? ~ What is the suggested guidance for implementing a trauma-informed approach? ~ What are the core […]
Sep 22, 2018
314 -Special Series Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Part 3
49:17
An effective tobacco control strategy includes multiple levels of prevention that keep people from starting nicotine use, help them prevent further problems caused by nicotine use and help them manage existing conditions caused by nicotine use (i.e. COPD)
Sep 21, 2018
313 -Special Series Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Part 2
54:59
Management of Tobacco Use Part 2 Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs.com Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Barriers to Engagement ~ Screening ~ Preparing for Change ~ Practical Interventions ~ Relapse Prevention ~ Essential Education ~ Motivational Interviewing Techniques ~ Tips for Supporters Barriers to Engagement […]
Sep 21, 2018
312 -Special Series Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Part 1
51:51
Identify clinical interventions, both for patients willing and unwilling to make a quit attempt at this time
Sep 21, 2018
311 Sleep’s Effect on Mood | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
57:34
If you are only willing to change one thing this month to start being happier, more energetic and clearer headed, sleep might be a great place to start.
Sep 19, 2018
310 Effect of Light and Exercise on Mood | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
50:10
Light helps set our circadian rhythms which impacts cortisol, serotonin, sex hormone and melatonin levels as well as thyroid hormones, thermogenesis, and insulin. Disruptions in circadian rhythms produces many emotional, cognitive and physical symptoms similar to anxiety and depression
Sep 15, 2018
309 Nutrition | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
57:25
About 86% of Americans have suboptimal neurotransmitter levels leading to fatigue, depression, anxiety and weight gain. Chronic stress, poor diet, environmental toxins, drugs (prescription and recreational), alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine can cause neurotransmitter imbalances. Learn why decent nutrition is important and how easy it is to work in a few healthy foods.
Sep 12, 2018
308 Mindfulness | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
60:42
Learn how to teach practical mindfulness to your clients or kids.
Sep 09, 2018
307 Emotion Regulation
55:13
Continuing from the last podcast, explore the concept of dysregulation, and important steps to start living in harmony with your emotions instead of fighting against them.
Sep 08, 2018
306 The Biopsychosocial Aspect of Emotions | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
59:16
Learn how everything from hormone imbalances to pain, poor nutrition, sleep deprivation and even stressful environments can contribute to depression and anxiety (and what to do about it)
Sep 05, 2018
305 – Relapse Prevention | Journey to Recovery Series
56:38
Learn about creating a relapse prevention plan and how to identify relapse triggers and warning signs.
Sep 01, 2018
304 -Behavior Modification | Journey to Recovery Series
61:33
By understanding what rewards(causes and motivates) people’s behavior or discourages (punishes/strains) their behavior, we can better address their issues
Aug 29, 2018
302 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 8
64:38
SAMHSA TIP 42 A Brief Overview of Specific Mental Disorders and Cross-Cutting Issues
Aug 26, 2018
299 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 5
44:47
SAMHSA TIP 42 Guidelines Working With a Client Who Has A Co-Occurring Disorder
Aug 26, 2018
303 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 9
50:43
Treatment of Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders Based on SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 9 Host: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs Counselor Education Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox and Addiction Counselor Exam Review Objectives ~ Substance Induced Disorders ~ Substance-induced persisting amnestic disorder ~ Substance-induced psychotic disorder ~ Substance-induced mood disorder ~ Substance-induced sexual dysfunction ~ Substance-induced […]
Aug 26, 2018
301 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 7
47:10
SAMHSA TIP 42 Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment Special Settings and Specific Populations
Aug 26, 2018
300 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 6
61:06
SAMHSA TIP 42 Identify essential programming for clients with COD
Aug 26, 2018
298 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 4
51:31
SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 4 Screening and Assessment of People with Co-Occurring Issues
Aug 26, 2018
296 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 1 & 2
45:38
SAMHSA TIP 42 Define Co-Occurring Disorders and explore some of the unique clinical challenges.
Aug 26, 2018
297 Special Series -Counseling People with Co-Occurring Disorders SAMHSA TIP 42 Part 3
55:40
SAMHSA TIP 42 guiding principles in treatment and core components in the delivery of services to people with Co-Occurring Disorders
Aug 26, 2018
295 Teaching Clients to Set SMART Goals | Journey to Recovery Series
56:39
Making goals small and achievable helps keep you from getting discouraged and gives you frequent rewards. It is vital to know the who, what, when, where and whys of a behavior change and to put reminders around, because behavior change doesn’t just happen
Aug 25, 2018
294 -Teaching Clients How to Enhance Motivation | Journey to Recovery Series
58:39
Motivation is Multidimensional an involves emotions, thoughts, physical sensations, social pressures and values.
Aug 22, 2018
293 -Understanding Learning Styles to Improve Group and Individual Interventions
49:36
~ Learn why it is important to understand learning style ~ Identify the three components of learning ~ Explore the multiple facets of learning ~ Synthesize the components and facets of learning to understand how you most effectively learn
Aug 18, 2018
292 -Individualizing Treatment for Temperaments
58:52
Explore how temperament impacts treatment approaches, interventions and settings. Identify common goals for treatment and ways to individualize them.
Aug 15, 2018
291 -Transtheoretical and Transdiagnostic Approaches to Recovery | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
57:09
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
Aug 11, 2018
290 – Understanding the Mind-Body Connection in Recovery | Journey to Recovery 2nd Edition
52:31
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?
Aug 08, 2018
289 Environmental Interventions for Depression
50:56
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.
Aug 05, 2018
288 Spiritual Interventions for Depression
56:39
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
Aug 04, 2018
287 Mental Health and Mental Illness Fundamentals Part 2
59:33
~ 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 Recovery Concept reflects renewed optimism about the outcomes of mental illness
Aug 01, 2018
286 Social Interventions for Depression | Group and Individual Activities
61:07
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.
Jul 28, 2018
285 Physical Interventions for Depression | Group and Individual Activities
49:58
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 depressants)
Jul 25, 2018
284 Mental Health and Mental Illness Fundamentals Part 1
43:41
~ 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
Jul 21, 2018
283 -Cognitive Interventions for Depression
57:22
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).
Jul 18, 2018
282 -Emotional Interventions for Depression
59:09
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 present moment so you are in touch with your feelings and don’t let them fester like a dirty wound (or a bag of poop)
Jul 13, 2018
281 -Infant Toddler Development Part 3
59:38
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 techniques with families including consideration of cultural and linguistic differences ~ Demonstrate knowledge of home based and group-care based curriculum strategies for infants and toddlers with special needs. ~ Identify the relationship of an infant/toddler's functional outcome goals on his/her IFSP created by the family and other team members with integrated interventions. ~ Assist the family in accessing services in the most natural service delivery environments
Jul 11, 2018
280 -Infant Toddler Development Part 2
64:12
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 including consideration of cultural and linguistic differences ~ Demonstrate knowledge of home based and group-care based curriculum strategies for infants and toddlers with special needs. ~ Identify the relationship of an infant/toddler's functional outcome goals on his/her IFSP created by the family and other team members with integrated interventions. ~ Assist the family in accessing services in the most natural service delivery environments
Jul 07, 2018
279 -Infant Toddler Development Early Intervention Series Part 1
63:18
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 cognitive delays) and the family CEUs are available for this presentation at AllCEUs
Jul 03, 2018
278 -Child and Adolescent Development
72:45
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 behaviors as goal-driven in order to better understand their purpose and provide appropriate redirection CEUs are available at AllCEUs
Jun 30, 2018
277 -Treatment Planning Using the ASI and MATRS
58:55
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 and interventions. • Define basic guidelines and legal considerations in documenting client status.
Jun 27, 2018
276 -Treatment Planning Using the CASSP Model | Counselor Toolbox Podcast
67:37
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, measurable, achievable, time limited and clearly related to the overall goal for treatment
Jun 23, 2018
275 -Recovery Oriented Systems of Care
57:54
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 […]
Jun 20, 2018
274 -Domestic Violence and Mental Health
63:42
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.
Jun 16, 2018
273 -Psychological Triage and First Aid
62:04
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
Jun 13, 2018
272 -Parenting Skills
73:46
This very brief overview identifies how parenting and teaching children of different ages requires different approaches based on their physical, cognitive, emotional, social and moral development. A CEU course based on this podcast can be found at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/101/c/
Jun 09, 2018
271 -Elder Abuse and Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention
63:07
Preventing Elder Abuse Objectives ~ Define elder abuse ~ Examine the prevalence of elder abuse ~ Identify risk factors for elder abuse ~ Explore prevention strategies A direct link to the counseling CEU course based on this podcast can be found at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Jun 06, 2018
270 -Attachment Theory and Adult Relationships
60:12
A direct link to the counseling CEU course based on this podcast can be found at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs Objectives ~ Briefly define attachment theory ~ Learn about the impact of attachment ~ Identify triggers for attachment behaviors ~ Explore the relationship between ACEs and attachment issues ~ Learn about adult attachment theory ~ Examine how attachment impacts emotional regulation and vice versa ~ Identify ways to help people become more securely attached.
Jun 02, 2018
269 -Mental Health in Children
62:47
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs • Recognize normal developmental stages in children and signs of problems in development. • list risk factors that negatively affect children’s mental health. • describe and identify symptoms of childhood mental health disorders. • name community-based prevention/treatment resources and identify major services offered by these organizations. • gain knowledge of treating children’s mental health problems.
May 27, 2018
268 -Child and Elder Abuse Indicators
62:47
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs • Define terms related to sexual, physical, mental and financial abuse and neglect of children and adults • Identify signs of abuse or neglect in the victim as well as in the caregivers • Learn about mandatory reporting • Identify resources for the most up-to-date reporting guidelines
May 26, 2018
267 -Domestic Violence Review
59:20
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
May 23, 2018
266 -Child Development in a Social Context
60:51
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs Milestones of Childhood development...preventing stuck points.
May 19, 2018
265 -Milestones of Child Development
66:39
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs Identify the major psycho-social milestones for each age group. Learn about things that may thwart development. Identify protective factors for healthy development. Conceptualize behaviors as goal-driven in order to better understand their purpose and provide appropriate redirection
May 17, 2018
264 -Addressing Adult ADHD
59:07
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs Participants will identify current points to remember about ADHD, Learn how to help motivate a person with ADHD, Identify ways to get someone with ADHD started even without motivation, Review treatment goals for clients, Identify interventions that can help people reach treatment goals, Explore an activity to help clients develop their action plan.
May 12, 2018
263 -Animal Assisted Therapy
68:44
Define Animal Assisted Therapy. Explore the research around animal assisted therapy. Review some techniques that can be used and some general cautions CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
May 08, 2018
262 -Supporting Student Mental Health
65:13
Review general guidelines for supporting student mental health. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs ~ Specific information regarding student athletes ~ Explore some information relevant to students regarding alcohol and drug use and disordered eating ~ Identify the basics for early crisis intervention
May 05, 2018
261 -Addressing Transition Issues in High School and College Students
60:06
Learn about 15 common stressors for students who are transitioning to college life from high school, and techniques parents, teachers, and college administration can use to ease the transition and ensure student success. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
May 03, 2018
260- Best Practices in Anxiety Treatment
77:08
Learn about current best practices including FLOAT, Positive Writing and new recommendations regarding the use of benzodiazapines in the treatment of anxiety. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
May 03, 2018
259 -Addressing the Unique Mental Health Needs of College Students
67:16
Working with College Students and Enhancing Mental Health. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs ~ To thrive, students need access to services and programs of outreach, education, and prevention that: ~ Nurture a supportive tone and attitude about mental health in campus culture ~ Challenge stereotypes about mental health problems ~ Undermine prejudices and stigma about counseling ~ Provide encouragement to students to reflect on their own mental health and seek services when needed
Apr 24, 2018
257 -Supporting the Person Without Enabling
62:49
Supporting people in recovery without enabling and examining codependency. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 21, 2018
258 -Hazing Prevention on College and High School Campuses
67:51
Understanding Hazing and alternatives. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs ~ Define hazing ~ Explore the purpose of hazing ~ Identify alternatives to hazing ~ Identify the timeline for hazing prevention ~ Identify the role of administrators, coaches, the Panhellenic council, student-athletes, sorority and fraternity members and presidents, and counseling departments ~ Review the hazing “test”
Apr 21, 2018
256- Developing Social Justice and Culturally Responsive Care
59:32
Self and cultural awareness to improve treatment. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs ~ Most people are unaware of all of their role, how those roles interact and how those roles impact how they interact with the world at large. ~ Increasing awareness of self and others is the first step in increasing social justice and reducing stress, conflict and depression ~ People need to become aware of different cultures in order to better understand other people ~ When people see discrimination or bias, they need to be able to identify it as such and be encouraged to take action.
Apr 15, 2018
255 -A Strengths Based Biopsychosocial Approach to Treating Addiction and Co-Occurring Disorders
77:46
A strengths based approach helps people build on what is working for them, what has worked in the past or what they think might work in the future. It emphasizes client choice and self-direction in goal setting to increase empowerment, investment and self-efficacy. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 14, 2018
252 Helping Families with Premature Infants
65:39
Families with infants in the NICU face unique challenges. Learn about special issues facing premature infants as well as how to help families who have a child in the NICU. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 14, 2018
251 Using a Strengths-Based Approach to Addressing Depression
60:44
A biopsychosocial approach examines all possible factors contributing to depression. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 11, 2018
254- A Strengths Based Biopsychosocial Approach to Addressing Bipolar Disorder
63:36
Biopsychosocial approaches can reduce relapses by attending to the whole person. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 10, 2018
253 -Postpartum Depression and Perinatal Mental Health Issues
73:21
Define postpartum depression. Identify signs of postpartum psychosis. Identify Risk factors of PPD. Discuss the impact of PPD on the mother, child and family. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 07, 2018
250 Using a Strengths-Based Approach to Addressing Panic Disorder
62:04
A strengths based approach helps people build on what already works to help them achieve their goals. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 07, 2018
249 Using a Strengths-Based Approach to Addressing Anxiety
69:31
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs. A strengths based approach helps people build on what already works to help them achieve their goals.
Apr 04, 2018
248 Using Adult Learning Theory to Improve Treatment Delivery and Planning
60:26
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Apr 01, 2018
247- Assertiveness Skills
67:17
Assertiveness skills help people feel empowered and get their needs met. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Mar 31, 2018
246 Helping Clients Deal with Grief
66:15
CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs ~ Conceptualize grief in terms of any loss ~ Identify how failure to deal with grief can impact a person ~ Explore the stages of grief ~ Review activities and interventions to help people grieve
Mar 28, 2018
245 – Neurobiology Understanding the Big 6 Neurotransmitters
0:00
Objectives ~ Define Neurobiology ~ For the following neurotransmitters, Dopamine, GABA, Serotonin, Acetylcholine, identify: Their mechanism of action/purpose, Symptoms of excess & insufficiency and more. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Mar 27, 2018
244 – Mindful Steps to Self Esteem
0:00
Understand what self esteem is, why it is important and how to develop it and all the different factors influencing it. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Mar 26, 2018
Special Episode | Surfing the Worry Imp’s Wave
30:08
Surfing the Worry Imp's Wave What  prompted you to write this book? I talk a lot in my classes about basic fears of rejection, isolation, failure, loss of control and the unknown triggering the fight or flight response.  What types of things do children often worry about? Why do children worry about things that adults […]
Mar 23, 2018
243 – Overview of Sex & Pornography Addiction and Interventions
55:42
Explore sex and pornography addiction, its functions and interventions to help clients gain control of their sexual behaviors. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Mar 21, 2018
242 -Addressing Eating Issues and Food Addiction
58:06
Examining both clinical and nonclinical eating and weight issues and interventions. CEU course is available at https://allceus.com/podcastCEUs
Mar 18, 2018
241 -Relapse Prevention Strategies
61:13
Relapse Prevention for Co-Occurring Disorders Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs Counseling CEU Course link https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/18/c/ Objectives ~ Define Relapse ~ Identify triggers and warning signs of relapse ~ Review Relapse Syndrome and possible interventions ~ Explore the acronym DREAM ~ Define and identify vulnerabilities ~ Define and identify exceptions ~ Develop […]
Mar 17, 2018
240 -Addressing Co-Dependency and Addiction
55:20
Co-Dependency Counseling CEU Course https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/492/c/ Objectives ~ Define codependency ~ Identify characteristics of the codependent relationship Why I Care/How It Impacts Recovery ~ Co-dependency can serve as an alternate addiction or distraction ~ Co-Dependents may use relationships to try to deal with depression or anxiety ~ Ultimately codependency is self-defeating because one of the few […]
Mar 14, 2018
239 -Addressing Depressive Symptoms in Early Recovery
72:28
Depression management interventions need to be individualized to address: ~ Acute crisis and dangerousness ~ Biomedical conditions and complications ~ Emotional, behavioral or cognitive issues ~ Readiness for change for EACH issue/objective ~ Strengths for addressing each issue ~ Relapse or continued problem potential ~ Stage of readiness for change ~ Recovery environment
Mar 11, 2018
238 -Addressing Vulnerabilities
62:28
Vulnerabilities are situations or things that make it more difficult to deal with life on life’s terms leading to depression, anxiety or “stress” or make it easier for you to over-react or get stuck. Learn how common sense strategies like good nutrition and adequate sleep can help reduce emotional turmoil.
Mar 10, 2018
237 -Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient
81:29
Intensive Outpatient Services: Clinical and Administrative Issues TIPs 46 & 47 Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LMHC Overview IOT ~ Multidimensional/Biopsychosocial ~ Recognizes dual disorders as chronic ~ Values case management ~ Blends evidence-based with community based services Core Features ~ 6–30 contact hours per week ~ Individualized step-up and step-down levels of care ~ Minimum […]
Mar 07, 2018
236 -Identification and Intervention with Complicated Grief
77:16
Complicated Grief Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox and Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define Complicated Grief ~ Examine the impact of CG ~ Identify risk factors for CG ~ Explore tasks for successful grief resolution Definitions: ~ Loss: Change that includes being without someone or something; physical loss of something […]
Mar 04, 2018
235 -Suicidality Awareness and Treatment
77:35
Crisis Intervention and Preventing Suicide Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LMHC Objectives ~ The student will learn about: ~ How to estimate suicide risk ~ Factors altering risk of suicide and attempted suicide ~ Additional considerations in specific treatment settings ~ Strategies for enhancing motivation and promoting treatment engagement ~ Education points for the client and […]
Mar 03, 2018
234 -Legal Issues in Adult Mental Health
68:25
Legal Issues in Adult Mental Health Services Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox and Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review common Legal issues in Adult Mental Health ~ Rights ~ Protection ~ Involuntary commitment ~ The ADA ~ Emotional Support Animals Legal and Ethical Concepts ~ Principles of Ethics ~ Beneficence: Duty […]
Mar 01, 2018
233 -Stigma and Discrimination Prevention
64:19
Reducing Stigma and Discrimination Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Ph.D., LMHC, LPC-MHSP Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox and Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define stigma and discrimination ~ Explore the protections under the ADA ~ List several ways our consumers are stigmatized or discriminated against ~ Identify ways to fight discrimination Data ~ People experiencing mental health […]
Feb 25, 2018
232 -Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) CEU Workshop
47:59
~ Review the function of the SAP and how the SAP and LPC/LCSW may need to function together on an interdisciplinary team or in a co-occurring disorders treatment facility. ~ Review DOT policy on recreational and medical marijuana to ensure all LPCs and LCSWs are familiar with the restrictions on any of their clients who may fall under DOT supervision ~ Review the Final Rule that Changes the Definition of 'Service Agent' ~ Review the procedures for the Revised Federal Drug Testing Custody and Control Form (CCF) ~ Review the Final Rule: Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs
Feb 24, 2018
231 -Prevention of Mental Illness
62:35
Objectives ~ Identify strategies for the prevention of mental illness including ~ Community education ~ Early intervention services ~ Community resource development ~ Improving accessibility ~ Improving cultural sensitivity ~ Enhancing protective factors in the environment ~ Drug and domestic violence courts to break the cycle
Feb 21, 2018
230 -Trauma Informed Care Clinical Issues | SAMHSA TIP 57
62:33
Objectives ~ Define Trauma Informed Prevention and Treatment Objectives ~ Highlight Treatment Issues ~ Understand When and How to Make Referrals to Trauma Specific Services ~ Explore Trauma Specific Treatment Models, Integrated Models for Trauma, and Emerging Interventions
Feb 18, 2018
229 -Trauma Informed Care: The Impact of Trauma | SAMHSA TIP 57
62:23
Objectives ~ Learn About The Sequence of Trauma Reactions ~ Explore Common Immediate and Delayed Experiences and Responses to Trauma (Emotional, Physical, Cognitive, Behavioral and Existential) ~ Identify Specific impacts of Trauma ~ Explore the Impact of Trauma on the Family
Feb 17, 2018
Special Episode: Etherapy Treatment Modalities
55:07
Objectives ~ Review the different modalities and most common usages in counseling ~ Identify potential clinical and ethical issues ~ Learn about at least 3 unique ideas for doing online counseling ~ Define Treatment Structure
Feb 16, 2018
228 -Trauma Informed Care: Trauma Awareness | SAMHSA TIP 57
59:46
Objectives ~ Define and differentiate between the different types of trauma (individual, group, mass, natural or human caused) ~ Explore how trauma effects communities and cultures ~ Identify staff and agency issues that could cause retraumatization ~ Explore the objective and subjective characteristics of trauma and their biopsychosocial impact. ~ Identify characteristics that nurture resilience among individuals from diverse groups.
Feb 14, 2018
227 – Trauma Informed Care: A Sociocultural Perspective
64:48
Objectives ~ Define "What is Trauma" ~ Explore why trauma informed care is important ~ Learn the 3 key elements to a trauma informed approach: Realizing, recognizing and responding ~ Identify trauma informed intervention and treatment principles ~ Learn how to anticipate the interplay between treatment elements and clients' trauma histories ~ Identify the cross-cutting factors of culture
Feb 11, 2018
226 -10 Issues Unique to Treating Adolescents
61:47
TIPs 31 and 32 Screening, Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LMHC Objectives ~ Identify 10 Unique Issues to the Assessment and Treatment of Adolescents Not Little Adults ~ Adolescent treatment requires an awareness of: ~ Developmental stages ~ Adolescent culture Adolescent Development ~ Cognitive ~ Early Adolescence ~ Emphasizes immediate reactions […]
Feb 10, 2018
225 -Bipolar and Depression: Assessment and Addressing 10 Side Effects of Medications
59:41
Bipolar and Depression Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs.com Objectives ~ Differentially Diagnose Bipolar Disorder and Depression ~ Recognize general medical conditions and drugs that may mimic depression or mania ~ Understand the goals of psychiatric management of bipolar disorder and depression ~ Identify bipolar patients at increased risk of suicide ~ Understand […]
Feb 07, 2018
224 -Overview of Brief Interventions
61:35
10 Useful Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Objectives ~ We will review: ~ Stages-of-Change Model ~ Goals of Brief Intervention ~ Components of Brief Interventions and Effective Brief Therapy ~ Essential Knowledge and Skills for Brief Interventions ~ When To Use Brief Therapy ~ Approaches to Brief Therapy […]
Feb 04, 2018
223 -Trauma Informed Care Assessment
56:06
16 Principles for Trauma Informed Assessment and Treatment ~ Promote Trauma awareness and understanding ~ Recognize That Trauma-Related Symptoms and Behaviors Originate From Adapting to Traumatic Experiences ~ View Trauma in the Context of Individuals’ Environments ~ Minimize the Risk of Retraumatization or Replicating Prior Trauma Dynamics ~ Create a Safe Environment ~ Identify Recovery […]
Feb 03, 2018
222 -Overview of Working with Alzheimer’s and Dementias
61:00
Explore symptoms of cognitive impairment in ~ Alzheimer’s ~ Dementias ~ Review APA Treatment Guidelines for counselors working with persons with Alzheimer’s ~ Identify methods for effective communication ~ Learn how to handle difficult behaviors
Jan 31, 2018
Special Episode- You Don’t Know What Your Don’t Know
40:54
Cecilia Briseno, LCSW-S discusses her workshop to help MSWs and BSWs identify the next step toward their LCSW and educates us about the training she does to teach clinicians how to do hardship evaluations for immigration
Jan 30, 2018
221 -TIP 26 Gambling and Addictions Issues and Interventions In the Elderly
59:03
Objectives ~ Review the data about substance abuse and gambling issues in older adults ~ Review screening for substance use and mental health disorders in the elderly ~ Identify risk factors for SA and MH issues ~ Review placement and treatment issues specific to older adults
Jan 28, 2018
220 -Tips for Enhancing and Understanding Mental Health in the Elderly
61:14
Important aspects of mental health for older adults include stable intellectual functioning, capacity for change and productive engagement with life. Cognitive Decline is often partly preventable
Jan 28, 2018
219 – Therapy with Eating Disorders
59:10
When working with people with eating disorders, it is important to shift paradigms to one of resourcefulness vs. sickness The therapeutic relationship determines clients willingness to openly discuss and explore behavior patterns, consider altering eating behavior and disclose accurate information. You can improve motivation by creating mutually agreeable goals for treatment, and understanding and tipping […]
Jan 27, 2018
218 – Eating Disorder Assessment Part 2
57:53
Eating Disorders Assessment Part 2 Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC, LMHC Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review the prevalence of eating disorders ~ Identify assessment areas ~ Identify risk and protective factors ~ Explore complications ~ Explore potential guidelines for treatment ~ Based on APA Guidelines for Eating […]
Jan 24, 2018
217 – Eating Disorder Assessment Part 1
57:57
Eating Disorders Assessment Part 1 Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC, LMHC Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review the prevalence of eating disorders ~ Identify assessment areas ~ Identify risk and protective factors ~ Explore complications ~ Explore potential guidelines for treatment ~ Based on APA Guidelines for Eating […]
Jan 21, 2018
216 – 10 Session Anger Management Protocol
56:39
Objectives ~ Learn about anger and it’s functions ~ Explore events and cues ~ Develop an anger control plan ~ Learn about the aggression cycle and how to change it ~ Review the ABCDEs and thought stopping ~ Assertiveness and conflict resolution skills ~ Alternatives for expressing anger ~ Relaxation Interventions ~ Explore how past learning from your family of origin can influence current behavior
Jan 20, 2018
215 -10 Risk Factors, Warning Signs and Protective Factors for Suicidality
59:25
~ Explore/review risk and protective factors for suicidality ~Discuss ways to reduce risk and enhance protective factors ~ Identify suicide warning signs IS PATH WARMED ~ Learn the SPLASH acronym for suicide screening
Jan 17, 2018
214 -Culturally Responsive Counseling with Persons Who Are LGBTQ2IK
57:24
~ Learn terminology specific to the LGBTQ2IK community ~ Explore specific verbal and nonverbal communication issues ~ Learn the stages of the coming out process ~ Review Neisen's 3-Phase Model for Recovery From Shame and counselor tasks ~ Identify LGBTQ2IK Cultural Issues ~ Identify how race, culture and ethnicity impact identity development and acculturation ~ Identify specific treatment issues which may be unique to this population ~ Learn about the Family Acceptance Project
Jan 14, 2018
213 -15 Principles of Client Centered Care
59:47
~ Client Centered Care empowers the client to actively participate in his/her care and develop an understanding of the interaction between his/her environment and self. ~ Improves treatment compliance ~ Leads to more rapid and enduring improvements ~ Starts with caring
Jan 13, 2018
212 10 Principles of Crisis Intervention
57:05
Define crisis ~ Identify the 6 basic threats and how they relate to crisis ~ Discuss characteristics of crisis ~ Examine cultural influences in behaviors ~ Explore the SAFERR model ~ Identify 10 principles of crisis intervention
Jan 11, 2018
211 -Relapse Prevention Strategies for Coaches and Counselors
57:03
Relapse Prevention Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director AllCEUs Objectives ~ Define relapse in terms of addiction as well as mental health ~ Examine relapse prevention techniques ~ Explore needs of the person: Psychosocial and Maslovian What is Relapse ~ Relapse is the return to addictive behaviors or the recurrence of mood symptoms […]
Jan 07, 2018
210 -Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies | SAMHSA TIP 34
57:52
8 Useful Brief Interventions and Brief Therapies Objectives ~ We will review: ~ Stages-of-Change Model ~ Goals of Brief Intervention ~ Components of Brief Interventions and Effective Brief Therapy ~ Essential Knowledge and Skills for Brief Interventions ~ When To Use Brief Therapy ~ Approaches to Brief Therapy ~ Components of Effective Brief Therapy ~ […]
Jan 06, 2018
209 -Culturally Responsive Services for African Americans
58:01
Culturally responsive Service with African American Clients Objectives ~ African Americans or Blacks are people whose origins are “in any of the black racial groups of Africa” ~ The term includes ~ Descendants of African slaves brought to this country against their will ~ More recent immigrants from Africa, the Caribbean, and South or Central […]
Jan 03, 2018
207 -Culturally responsive Services with Asian Persons | SAMHSA TIP 59
59:45
Improving Cultural Competence Working with Asian People Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Learn about Asian cultures, traditions and values as they relate to mental health ~ Learn about communication styles to help the counselor more effectively communicate […]
Dec 31, 2017
206 -Culturally Responsive Services with Hispanic Patients
53:44
Improving Cultural Competence Working with Latino/Latina Persons Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives A Framework ~ The ecological systems approach provides a structure for understanding the importance of cultural adaptation in social work practice. ~ Macro Level: Culture frames […]
Dec 30, 2017
205 -Culturally Responsive Services with Native American Clients
60:40
There are 566 federally recognized American Indian Tribes, and their members speak more than 150 languages, and numerous other Tribes recognized only by states and others that still go unrecognized by government agencies of any sort. Native Americans who belong to federally recognized Tribes and communities are members of sovereign Indian nations that exist within […]
Dec 27, 2017
204 -Overview of Multicultural Counseling
59:44
Improving Cultural Competence SAMHSA TIP 59 Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director: AllCEUs.com Counselor education Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define assumptions about cultural competence ~ Define Race, Ethnicity and Culture ~ Explore the problems with limited cultural competence ~ Explore ways in which culture impacts ~ […]
Dec 24, 2017
203 -Motivational Enhancement Techniques Part 2
59:19
Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Part 2 Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Learn about the nautre of change ~ Explore the different stages of readiness for change ~ Learn about goals and interventions for […]
Dec 23, 2017
202 -5 Motivational Enhancement Techniques Part 1 | SAMHSA TIP 35
57:25
Motivation is positive and a key to change. It “harnesses” energy to use to accomplish a task. It is important to realize that motivation is multidimensional including what will make the client feel happy, have more energy, reduce pain, improve health, improve relationships, earn more money, or be more successful. However, motivation can fluctuate over […]
Dec 20, 2017
201 -Overcoming Biases and Anxieties in Clinical Supervision
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Providing Feedback, Addressing Anxiety and Overcoming Biases Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review types of supervisory intervention ~ Identify types of biases and ways to overcome them ~ Identify types of anxieties and how to address them […]
Dec 16, 2017
200 -Creative Ways to Use Observation in Clinical Supervision
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Creative Methods of Supervision Creative ways to use video and audio tapes Run the video in fast-forward to convey a heightened image of the counselors and clients body movements On a video, turn down the audio to try to fill in what is being said on the basis of nonverbals On a video, cover the […]
Dec 16, 2017
199 -12 Things Supervisees Need to Learn in Clinical Supervision
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12 Things Counselors Need to Learn and How Supervisors Can Facilitate Them Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define 12 things counselors need to learn and discuss how supervisors can facilitate them What Counselors Need to Learn ~ […]
Dec 13, 2017
198 -3 Stages of Supervisor and Supervisee Development
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3 Stages of Supervisor & Supervisee Development Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review the stages of supervisor and supervisee development ~ Forming ~ Storming ~ Norming Supervisor and Supervisee Development The supervisor provides: ~ Nonjudgmental support ~ […]
Dec 10, 2017
197-5 Influences on the Supervisory Relationship
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5 Main Influences in Clinical Supervision Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Explore the 5 Main Influences in Clinical Supervision ~ Philosophical foundation ~ Descriptive dimensions ~ The supervisor’s stage of development ~ The supervisee’s stage of development […]
Dec 09, 2017
196 -10 Common Errors in Clinical Supervision
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12 Common Errors in Supervision Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Error 1: Doing Harm to the Counselor ~ Error 2: Failing to Observe ~ Error 3: Passive Supervision ~ Error 4: Failure to Focus on Reciprocal Effects […]
Dec 06, 2017
195 -10 Issues in the Diagnosis of Developmental and Neurocognitive Disorders
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10 Issues in the Diagnosis of Developmental and Neurocognitive Disorders Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Autism Spectrum Disorder ~ ADHD ~ Oppositional Defiant and Conduct Disorder ~ Dementia (Vascular, Lewy Body) ~ Mystery Dx Autism Spectrum Disorder […]
Dec 03, 2017
194 -10 Issues in the Diagnosis of Addictions and Eating Disorders
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12 Errors in Addiction and Eating Disorder Diagnosis Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder ~ Anorexia ~ Bulimia ~ Binge Eating Disorder ~ Substance Use Disorder ~ Internet Gaming Disorder ~ Gambling Disorder ~ […]
Dec 02, 2017
193 -8 Common Errors in the Diagnosis of Personality Disorders – Addiction Counselor Training Series
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8 common errors that can keep people from accessing adequate and accurate treatment
Nov 26, 2017
192 -10 Ways to Use Patient Placement Criteria to Improve Treatment – Addiction Counselor Training Series
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Learn how to use the ASAM and FARS to guide treatment planning and increase patient motivation
Nov 25, 2017
191 -10 Common Errors in the Diagnosis of Mood Disorders and PTSD – Addiction Counselor Training Series
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Ever wonder why diagnoses seem to change? It could be becomes of some of these common diagnostic errors
Nov 22, 2017
190 -Communicating with the Cognitively Impaired
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Cognitive impairments can happen with age, as a result of drug use or due to brain trauma from exposure to alcohol in-utero, car accidents, sports injuries etc. Clinicians need to be aware of what to look for in their patients and regularly screen for cognitive impairments.
Nov 19, 2017
189 -Using Research to Enhance Your Practice
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Research involves being an informed consumer of current research, conducting your own research and finding best and promising practices to enhance your effectiveness and efficiency. Review how to evaluate research, sources of free, peer-reviewed research and sources of research-based best practices (also free in many cases)
Nov 18, 2017
188 -Role of the Family and Community in Prevention and Treatment | Addiction Counselor Training Series
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Addiction and mental health issues are very complex. Unless the aspects of the environment in which the person lives and works which triggered the problem to begin with are addressed, individual interventions will only be moderately helpful. Learn about the myriad of different interventions which can be deployed through daycare, schools, community centers, physicians and more to prevent the onset of mental health and behavioral disorders
Nov 15, 2017
187 -Models of Treatment
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Models of Treatment Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define the principles of effective treatment ~ Explore current trends and practices ~ Identify common approaches to treatment ~ Identify the main components of each approach ~ Compare and contrast […]
Nov 12, 2017
186 -Mental Disorders Caused by Substance Abuse | FASD and Alcoholic Dementia
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Mental Disorders Caused by Addiction Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Define Alcohol Related Brain Damage ~ Explore how an awareness of ARBD is vital for mental health as well as addiction counselors ~ Learn about the symptoms of […]
Nov 11, 2017
185 -Common Co-Occurring Issues
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Common Co-Occurring Issues: Exploring the interaction between mental health, physical health and addiction Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Review what a healthy person needs ~ Review how different addictions may cause or be caused by ~ Mood disorders […]
Nov 08, 2017
Special Episode Opiate Commission Report
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Opiate Commission Preliminary Report Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs Counseling Education https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/ondcp/commission-interim-report.pdf Training on basic addiction counselor competencies  or Addiction Counselor Certification Training Intro ~ In 2015, 27 million people reported current use of illegal drugs or abuse of prescription drugs. ~ Only 10 percent of the nearly 21 million citizens with a substance […]
Nov 06, 2017
184 -Differential Diagnosis: Exploring the Framing Bias
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Differential Diagnosis Exploring the Framing Bias Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs.com, Counselor Education and Training Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox & Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Counseling CEUs are available at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/search?q=framing+bias Objectives ~ Define the framing bias ~ Explore medial, substance and mood symptoms which may overlap ~ Identify how many “problem” behaviors are […]
Nov 05, 2017
183 -Neuropsychobiology: Dopamine, Serotonin, GABA | Addiction Counselor Certification Training
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Neurobiology: Dopamine, GABA, Serotonin, Acetylcholine Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs.com Counseling CEUs for this podcast can be found at https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/752/c/ Objectives ~ Define Neurobiology ~ For the following neurotransmitters, Dopamine, GABA, Serotonin, Acetylcholine, identify ~ Their mechanism of action/purpose ~ Where they are found ~ Symptoms of excess & insufficiency ~ […]
Nov 04, 2017
182 -Human Development and Mental Health: Adulthood Thorough Old Age | Addiction Counselor Certification Series
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Human Development Part 2 Adulthood through Old Age Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director: AllCEUs Counseling CEUs and Specialty Certificates Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Counseling CEUs can be found at AllCEUs Counseling Continuing Education Objectives ~ Review stages of Adult Development (Erickson, Valliant, Levinson) ~ Identify biological, psychological […]
Nov 01, 2017
181 -Developmental Issues Impacting Mental Health
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Our ability to form healthy relationships, define our identity and cope with life is strongly impacted by what happens as we grow up. This presentation discusses what needs to happen at each stage, how parents can prevent problems, and how adults can "reparent" themselves to address issues stemming from their childhood.
Oct 29, 2017