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March Continuing Education Specials

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The Use of Humor in Therapy

The Use of Humor in Therapy Louis R. Franzini, PhD Course Abstract Should therapists and counselors use humor as a therapeutic technique? If so, should they be formally trained in those procedures before their implementation? This course will review the risks and benefits of using humor in therapy and the relevant historical controversies of this proposal.

Helping Children Learn to Listen

Helping Children Learn to Listen Adina Soclof, MS, CCC-SLP Course Abstract Parents, teachers, and other adults often complain that their children do not listen to them. In fact, failure to listen is a common occurrence among all children, at least some of the time.

Communication with Elders

Communication with Elders - Laura More, MSW, LCSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and healthcare author. She earned her Masters of Social Work from Florida State University and has over twenty years of healthcare experience, with a focus on geriatric and head injury rehabilitation. Laura has directed case management, social service, and rehabilitation in skilled nursing, outpatient and inpatient hospital settings.

Autism: The New Spectrum of Diagnostics, Treatment and Nutrition

Autism: The New Spectrum of Diagnostics, Treatment and Nutrition - Leo Christie, PhD, LMFT, is a Florida-licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Florida State University. Past President of the Florida Council on Family Relations, Dr. Christie is currently CEO of Professional Development Resources, a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to deliver continuing education credit courses to healthcare professionals throughout the United States.

The Grieving Self

The Grieving Self - Joan Hubbard, MA Course Abstract The annual number of deaths reported in the United States in the early part of this century was 2.4 million, about four per minute.

Spiritual Care Handbook on PTSD/TBI

Spiritual Care Handbook on PTSD/TBI - Rev. Brian P. Hughes, BCC; Rev. George Handzo, BCC Course Abstract With the wars in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq, a new generation of military veterans has arrived home, requiring appropriate and sensitive pastoral care. This course is based on a handbook written for the Department of the Navy by The Rev.

The Dementias: Hope through Research

The Dementias: Hope through Research - National Institute on Aging (NIA) Course Abstract A diagnosis of dementia can be frightening for those affected by the syndrome, their family members, and caretakers. Learning more about dementia can help.

Risk Management: Quick Tips I

Risk Management: Quick Tips I - Ofer Zur, PhD, is a licensed psychologist, writer, forensic consultant and lecturer from Sonoma, CA. He conducts workshops and seminars through the Zur Institute: Jeffrey N. Younggren, PhD, is a clinical and forensic psychologist practicing in Rolling Hills Estates, CA. He is also a clinical professor at the University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine.

School Refusal Behavior: Children Who Can't or Won't Go to School

School Refusal Behavior: Children Who Can't or Won't Go to School - George B. Haarman, PsyD, LMFT Course Abstract School refusal is a problem that is stressful for children, for their families, and for school personnel. Failing to attend school has significant long and short-term effects on children's social, emotional, and educational development.

Couples No-Fault Counseling

Couples No-Fault Counseling - Deborah Day Poor, LCSW Course Abstract Couples counseling is a challenging undertaking for both counselors and couples. Counselors need to take a detailed history of both partners and gradually discover the real reasons they overreact to certain things their partner says and does.