Destination for Online Training (The DOT)
Where Training Comes to You
The following are webinar courses available for National Safe Place Network (NSPN) members with the Training Center package. All courses are available to those members through Relias Learning. You can login to enroll in these courses here: http://nspnetwork.training.reliaslearning.com/Users/Users.aspx.
If you are interested in becoming a NSPN member with Training Center access, visit http://www.nspnetwork.org/training-center-package.
Alcohol and the Family
Basic Introduction to HIV/AIDS
Based on this course, you will be aware of the differences between HIV and AIDS, how it is transmitted and diagnosed, how to prevent it, and what to do if you believe you have become infected.
The material in this course is designed for all staff and level of learners. A combination of informative statistics and facts, along with interactive exercises and quizzes, will help you integrate the concepts you learn about HIV and AIDS.
Bipolar and Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents
Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology
Confidentiality and HIPAA
Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
This course is appropriate for both new and seasoned clinicians. Based on content from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) and the latest version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5™), this course provides you an in-depth overview of the signs and symptoms of anxiety disorders, as well as the most effective psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic treatments available. The compelling research discussed in this training will show you how new, improved therapies can help most people with anxiety disorders lead productive, fulfilling lives. The blend of instructive information and practical scenarios will help you to apply these key concepts in your own setting. After completing this course, you will be able to recognize anxiety disorders in those you serve, as well as implement the most appropriate form of treatment.
Does Your Organization Measure Up: Are You Really Trauma-informed?Organizations interested in trauma informed care often have the will but not the way. This workshop provides organizations with an easy to use and practical tool to initiate the improvement process, the National Council’s Trauma Informed Care Organizational Self -Assessment©. This instrument is designed for organizations interested in improving their policies, procedures, practices and social and physical environment to reflect the core principles and values of a trauma-informed care organization. The organizational self-assessment tool is a performance improvement resource designed to increase an organization’s awareness and readiness to adopt the key components of a trauma-informed care organization and to engage in a self-reflective process that assists them in identifying what they need to: 1) keep doing and reinforcing, 2) stop doing and, 3) start doing.
Designed for entry- to advanced-level mental healthcare staff and professionals, the goal of this course is to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the changes to the DSM-5. You will learn about the changes to a non-axial system, new dimensional assessments, new terminology used throughout the DSM-5, cultural considerations, as well as some of the major criticisms of the new guide. This course also provides you with important information on the specific diagnostic changes from the DSM-IV-TR to the DSM-5.
With the aid of interactive exercises, you will have the tools you need to effectively use the DSM-5 to assist you in diagnosing psychological disorders, as well as treatment planning.
Effective Communication in the Workplace
This training contains a variety of interactive exercises and reviews that will enable you to use the information you learn in your own work. By taking this training, you will have a clear understanding of how to work with others in order to successfully contribute
Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Violence and Disasters
Management Fundamentals for the Emerging Leader
You will learn to establish strong working relationships with your manager and those who report to you. We will guide you to ask the right clarifying questions and seek feedback from your manager. These fundamental skills of management are critical to build early on. In doing so, you will understand practical applications to set and manage expectations at all levels.
We will use a blend of experiential exercises, instructive information, and self-study to provide tips, tools and techniques you need to succeed. This Management Fundamentals course is for employees who are new to the role of being a supervisor, and for managers wanting to refresh or build on their current skill set.
Methamphetamine: New Knowledge, New Treatments
The ABC`s of Bullying
Working with Children in Families Affected by Substance Use
You will learn how to address each problem by gaining an understanding of SUDs, including their dynamics, characteristics, and effects. You will also learn how Child Protective Services workers recognize and screen for SUDs in child maltreatment cases. Finally, you will find out how to establish plans for families experiencing these problems, including how to support treatment and recovery, as appropriate.
In this course, you will have opportunities to apply what you have learned through a series of interactive exercises, games, and vignettes that mirror your actual setting issues you may encounter.