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Welcome to CEU By Net's Cultural Issues Course Catalog.  

Cultural Competence with LGBTQ Youth, the Adolescent SUD Culture, and Veterans with PTSD

Cultural issues affect more counseling situations than those traditionally identified.

CEU By Net's training courses provide you with the tools and clinical awareness needed to effectively address contemporary cultural issues in multiple treatment scenarios. 

Published by SAMHSA and its national partners, CEU By Net's sponsored training courses focus on the cultural skills which are essential to accurate clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment intervention in a diverse client population.  

These courses address the unique behavioral health issues affecting LGBT adolescents, your preparation of Suicide Prevention and Postvention plans in schools, the design of HIV Harm Reduction Programs, and your approach to war zone veterans returning home with PTSD. 

You will also find courses which address the cultural issues affecting survivors of Human Trafficking and mass violence, the complex nature of the adolescent substance use culture, and the impact of cultural issues upon trauma survivors and single mothers in impoverished communities. 

 For a brief description of the role of cultural competence with specific client populations, read on below.    


For a complete list of the Cultural Competence courses, go to the bottom of this page.    


  • Learn culturally competent skills for working with LGBTQ adolescents and their families, including prevention of suicide, ending conversion therapy, and working toward affirmative transition. 

  • Know the crucial role of cultural competence in the supervision of clinical staff and programs.

  • Provide competent care of War Zone Veterans with an understanding of the Military culture and the situational stressors which result in PTSD, SUDs, and suicidality.

  • Recognize the realities of adolescent drug use, including the social and cultural issues which inherently complicate treatment for adolescent SUDs.

  • Understand the need for cultural awareness in ongoing Trauma-Informed Care with adults and youth. 

  • Know how cultural issues affect the victims of terrorism and mass violence, and how to provide culturally competent First Response and Aftercare.  

  • Learn the role of cultural awareness in working with maternal depression in an inner-city poverty environment.  


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Plus    Course 8K - Harm Reduction Strategies & Challenges with Co-Occurring HIV, SUD, & Mental Disorders
Plus    Course 8T - Human Trafficking of Adolescents in America
Plus    Course 4S - Developmental Model of Clinical Supervision in Behavioral Health
Plus    Course 6A - Mental Health Response to Mass Violence and Terrorism: A Training Manual
Plus    Course 3T - Trauma-Informed Care in Behavioral Health
Plus    Course 5P_A - Part I - Preventing Suicide Tool Kit for High Schools
Plus    Course 6J - The Ethics of Working with LGBTQ Youth - Ending Conversion Therapy
Plus    Course 3H - Principles of Adolescent SUD Assessment and Treatment - A Research-Based Practical Guide
Plus    Course 5N - Growing Up Girl - Girls Matter!
Plus    Course 3J - Professional Guide to Supporting LGBTQI2-S Children and Adolescents
Plus    Course 3I - Bullying Prevention and Response - A Training Guide for Use Within Schools and the Community
Plus    Course 5K - Part 1 of Finding Balance After the War Zone
Plus    Course 5L - Part 2 of Finding Balance After the War Zone
Plus    Course 5J - Suicide Risk and Prevention for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth
Plus    Course 3F - A Community Approach to Reducing Maternal Depression and Its Impact on Young Children
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