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Child, Adolescent, and Family Catalog,  Including Support of LGBTQ Youth 


Child, Adolescent, and LGBTQ Youth CEUs

 

Welcome to CEU By Net!  This Child and Adolescent Catalog Contains Clinical Courses Awarding CEUs in the Mental Health and Addiction Treatment of Youth and Their Families.

We Offer Online CEUs in the Assessment and Treatment of Children, Adolescents, and Families in Various Developmental Stages and Life Circumstances - Including the Ending of Conversion Therapy with LGBTQ Youth and the Treatment of Complex Trauma. 

 

Earn Online Mental Health and Addiction CEUs in

  • 'Ending Conversion Therapy' for LGBTQ youth including family support,

  • complex trauma and traumatic stress in children and adolescents,

  • ethics and professional risk in the biopsychosocial assessment and treatment of children and adolescents,

  • neurological development, family dynamics, and essential family therapy in adolescent SUDs,

  • a comprehensive school and community approach to bullying,

  • suicide prevention with LGBTQ youth,

  • HIV and AIDS in families, 

  • assisting with End of Life Care (Advanced Directives) with Children and Adults

  • effective response to mass violence and terrorism by age, culture and ethnicity, and more. 

 

You can scan the brief descriptions of some of our Child and Adolescent Courses below.  Or, to see ALL of the courses that we offer in this Child and Adolescent Catalog, go to the bottom of this catalog page and click the + sign next to any course title that interests you. And consider our Annual Subscription for Unlimited CEUs for an entire year, for only $54.95.

 

 


 

 

Course 6J  Ending Conversion Therapy with LGBTQ Youth

This course material represents a critical 'sea change' in the understanding of GENDER, specifically as it pertains to LGBTQ children and adolescents.  

Ending Conversion Therapy for LGBTQ YouthThis course, written and published by SAMHSA and sponsored for Continuing Education credit by CEU By Net, takes an in-depth look at the developmental process of gender identity and sexual orientation in LGBTQ youth, from age two forward.

This course provides mental health and addiction professionals with accurate information about effective and ineffective therapeutic practices and supportive interaction as it pertains sexual orientation and gender identity in youth.  

  • One of the goals of the course is to gain a clear understanding of the difference between GENDER vs. Sex Assigned at Birth, and how the differentiation evolves in transgender children and adolescents. This course presents a sensitive discussion of the various trajectories that a TRANSGENDER identity in very young children may take when they are allowed to explore their gender identity during childhood and adolescence.

  • The course also clearly describes the difference between Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression in children, adolescents, and young adults, and the possible blending of these gender attributes.  

The conclusion of the expert panel who developed the information in this course is that variations in each of these three elements of identity are within the NORMAL SPECTRUM of sexual expression and gender identity in humans.

  • This groundbreaking report by SAMHSA and a host of recognized experts in the mental health and addiction field confronts in a forthright manner the issue of CONVERSION THERAPY for minors.

  • Conversion Therapy - the effort to change an individual’s sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression - is a practice that is not supported by credible evidence and has been disavowed by behavioral health experts and multiple professional associations, including the American Psychological Association, the American Medical Association, and the National Association of Social Workers. 

  • Mental health and addiction professionals should find this course very helpful in working with the parents of LGBTQ children and adolescents. The goal is to understand the inherent basis for LGBTQ identity and the developmental process from childhood to adulthood ….. and to help parents form a healthy relationship with their LGBTQ child or adolescent despite difficulty accepting the youth's LGBTQ status.  

Growing Up Girl! 

 

Course 5N  "Growing Up Girl - Girls Matter!" - a sponsored SAMHSA Slideshow Course.   

- Understanding how to adolescent brain develops, thinks and processes 'risk' vs. immediate gratification.

- The impact of the social media spotlight and contemporary social norms upon the self-image and emotional wellbeing of female children and adolescents.  

- The risks associated with behavioral health conditions of adolescent females including substance abuse, depression, suicide, self-harm, binge eating, and aggression 

The psychosocial and neurological development of female children and adolescents, including the issue of how contemporary social norms and practices impact the wellbeing of females  <br><br> 
-- The issue of self-image and the formation of identity <br><br>
--  Understanding how the adolescent brain thinks and processes 'risk' vs. immediate gratification <br><br>
-- Risks associated with behavioral health conditions of adolescent females including depression, suicide, self-harm, binge eating, and aggression

- The 'Triple Bind' for today's adolescent females

- The issue of self-injury as a concomitant of self-image and loss of control within a social milieu  

- Development and treatment of self-injurious behavior

- Substance abuse and addiction in adolescent females

- The impact of the internet upon the emotional development, mental health status, and emotional wellbeing of female adolescents

- Effective treatment alternatives when girls are in crisis

 

Course 2J - Basic Guide to Traumatic Stress, Complex Trauma, and Resilience.

  This course serves as a basic clinical guide which assists clinicians in identifying strengths and functionality patterns which can contribute to the development of resiliency and emotional survival of trauma - including, specifically, Complex Trauma. The Study Guide has three sections, each of which focuses on a different aspect of trauma and resilience. 

Professional and Legal Liability

Course 3C - Beyond the Yellow Legal Pad! Biopsychosocial Assessment of Children and Adolescents and Professional Risk - From Ethics to Practice and Into the Courtroom'.

 This course may be taken as either an Ethics course or an Assessment course.  The course speaks to the legal, ethical, and professional perils in the assessment of children and adolescents - particularly the inherent risks of 'assessing on the fly' without a structured format.  The course describes the critical errors that even the most experienced clinicians can make in the assessment and diagnosis of children and adolescents.  The course must be read online, but there are links to prototype Child and Adolescent Assessment forms at the end of Course 3C that can be saved and printed and modified by you for your own use.  

 

Course 3J "Professional Guide to Supporting LGBTQI2-S Children and Adolescents" - Within the School, Community, and Family 

Family Therapy Is Essential in SUD Treatment of Adolescents

Course 3H - "Principles of Adolescent SUD Treatment:  A Researched-Based Practical Guide."  Neurological Development Issues and Essential Family Therapy in Substance Abuse Treatment of Adolescents.

Course 3I - "Bullying Prevention and Response: The Base Training Module" - The Community-Wide Approach to Bullying

Course 6A - Response to Mass Violence and Terrorism.  Clarifies the significant difference in effective approach to people following a mass violence or terrorist disaster, depending upon age, ethnicity, cultural factors, religion, and proximity to the disaster.  Adults vs. children.  

Course 2H  HIV and SUDs Issues with Adolescents and Families.  Two chapters - first addressing therapeutic approaches to HIV positive adolescents, and second, interventions with HIV-AIDS within the context of the family, involving child management and planning issues with infected parents.   

Course 2D - 'The Ethics of Advanced Directives:  Assisting With Plans for End of Life Care'.  A research-based study and guide for professionals which clarifies the ethical and supportive approach to assisting individuals with End of Life Care decisions, based upon different types of critical illness and high-risk conditions, including terminally ill children and HIV-AIDS patients.  The research has identified varying approaches to working with children and their parents, HIV-AIDS patients and partners, cancer patients, stroke and burn victims, nursing facility residents, etc..

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Course  5J Suicide Risk and Prevention with LGBT Youth

 Course 5J assesses the major 'risk factors' which can contribute to suicide attempts and suicide deaths of LGBT (a.k.a. GLBT) adolescents and young adults - including the internet, family and friend's history of suicide, harassment at school, rejection by family members, "coming out" to family members at an early age, etc.. 

The authors provide specific recommendations through MODEL PROGRAMS for ACTION to reduce the risk of suicide. The strategies are designed to be implemented with LGBT youth in schools, communities, screening programs, crisis lines, practices and gatekeeping clinics.  

 


 

ABOUT OUR 'QUIZ ONLY' COURSES.   

All of the courses on our website including the courses in this Child and Adolescent Catalog can be viewed online for FREE.  All but Course 3C in this catalog can be saved to your computer as PDFs and printed, so that you may study them either ONLINE or OFFLINE.  [There are prototype Child and Adolescent Assessment forms at the end of Course 3C that can be saved and printed and modified by you for your own use.]  

You pay a fee only if you want to take the online quizzes for CE Credit and an instant-download certificate.

If you wish to purchase one or two courses individually, the fees specified below the SIGN UP NOW button to the left of the course descriptions are for you.  However, if you purchase an Annual Subscription for only $54.95, ignore the price tags under the SIGN UP NOW button.  You may take unlimited courses for one entire year, for free.

 

   

 

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Plus     Course 6J - Ending Conversion Therapy_Supporting and Affirming LGBTQ Youth
Plus    Course 2J_Basic Guide to Traumatic Stress, Complex Trauma, and Resilience
Plus    Course 3C - Beyond the Yellow Legal Pad! Biopsychosocial and Risk Assessment and Diagnosis of Children and Adolescents - from Ethics to Practice and Into the Courtroom
Plus    Course 5N - Growing Up Girl - Girls Matter!
Plus    Course 3H - Principles of Adolescent SUD Assessment and Treatment - A Research-Based Practical Guide
Plus    Ethics Course 4B_Rights of Persons Living with Serious Mental Illness and Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders - Our Ethical and Practical Responsibilities
Plus    Course 3J - Professional Guide to Supporting LGBTQI2-S Children and Adolescents
Plus    Course 3I - Bullying Prevention and Response - A Training Guide
Plus    [Florida] Ethics 3C - Beyond the Yellow Legal Pad: From Ethics to Practice and Into the Courtroom
Plus    Course 6A - Mental Health Response to Mass Violence and Terrorism: A Training Manual
Plus    Course 2H - HIV and AOD Issues with Adolescents and Families
Plus    Course 5J - Suicide Risk and Prevention for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth
Plus    AOD Course 5H - Alcohol Problems in Intimate Relationships: Identification and Intervention with Families and Couples
Plus    Course 2D - The Ethics of Advance Directives: Assisting Clients and Families with Plans for End of Life Care
Plus    Course 3F - A Community Approach to Reducing Maternal Depression and Its Impact on Young Children
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