The Clinical Supervision in Substance Abuse Counseling course is designed to fulfill the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services requirement of 30 hours of classroom training in clinical supervision. This course is designed for working professionals with the flexibility of online and self-paced. Each module includes a minimum of 6 hours of training in each of the following domains: Assessment or Evaluation, Counselor Development, Management or Administration, Professional Responsibility.
The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT®) is a nationally recognized paraprofessional certification in behavior analysis. RBTs assist in areas such as delivering direct behavior-analytic services, aiding in implementing behavior plans which are developed by the BCBA or BCaBA, and collecting data. Completing this 40 hour course will provide students with the necessary training hours required for RBT certification.
Evaluate human sexual behavior across the lifespan. Evaluate the history of sex. Analyze sexology. Differentiate between gender roles. Identify physiological differences between sexes. Explore differences in sexual orientation, sexually transmitted diseases and methods of contraception. Analyze sexual abuse and sex for sale. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found when discussing sexual issues with clients. Apply reflective practitioner methods.
Examine issues often found in families that are affected by child abuse and neglect. Explore the social, environmental and biological components of child maltreatment. Determine the laws, agencies and procedures that are specific to child maltreatment. Define the role played by the helping professional in response to child maltreatment, including mandated reporting of abuse. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found while working with child maltreatment. Apply reflective practitioner methods.
Explore techniques and approaches to crisis intervention and stress management for providers in the human services field. Determine strategies for initial intervention, diffusion and assessment, resolution and/or referral, with emphasis on safety. Explore physiological processes regarding the short and long term approach to stress. Determine secondary traumatization, burnout and remediation techniques. Evaluate critical incident debriefing. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found with crisis intervention and stress management. Apply basic counseling techniques including motivational interviewing. Apply reflective practitioner methods.
Examine the different issues that affect us as we age. Differentiate individual, social and community support. Investigate the prominent issues involved when working with the geriatric population in a variety of vocations. Construct a narrative of an elderly person across the lifespan. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found when working with the aging population. Apply reflective practitioner methods.
Examine the evolution of the human services field. Distinguish the various types of human service agencies and occupations available in the field. Demonstrate the qualities of the field professionals. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found in the human services professions. Apply reflective practitioner methods.
Examine the personal characteristics which are valued in the workplace including: comprehending the importance of updating work skills, examining the need to personally adapt to the constantly changing workplace, exploring information about job opportunities and training seminars, developing skills essential for career success and advancement, evaluating the value of interpersonal communication, and determining how students can be active yet socially cognizant and responsible users of technology and social media. Apply reflective practitioner methods. Assess boundaries and ethical issues commonly found when working in the helping professions.