Addictions Counseling Graduate Certificate
Provides a broad overview of addictions counseling, concepts of treatment, and clinical skills. Can also be taken as a noncredit certificate of completion. Courses qualify for CADC certification.
Behavioral Healthcare Series
Expands expertise and training in delivering high-quality behavioral health care services in the fields of mental health and substance abuse.
Clinical Supervision Series
Prepares mental health and clinical social work professionals who will be supervising new therapists and social workers for the challenges and demands of the profession.
Infant/Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate
Designed for professionals who are working with families who have children from the prenatal period to 36 months of age. Can combine with a master’s degree.
Interpersonal Neurobiology Certificate of Completion
Prepares professionals to continuously critique, extend, and amplify the knowledge base of IPNB (an interdisciplinary perspective of neuroscience, psychology, complexity theory, and relationship studies).
Issues and Innovations in Clinical Practice Series
Workshops and trainings address innovations in and interfaces between the mental health, addictions, and other human service professions.
Marital, Couple and Family Counseling Graduate Certificate
Prepares mental health professionals to provide couple and family counseling. Courses can lead to state licensure.
School Counseling Series
Provides training on issues inherent to social and emotional guidance for children, youth, and families in the school setting.
Therapy with Adoptive and Foster Families Certificate of Completion
Series of advanced courses for mental health professionals in the specialized theories and practices for treating adopted children and their families.
Trauma-Informed Services Certificate of Completion
Teaches specialized skills for working with people and organizations affected by trauma.
Veteran's Mental Health Conference
Held every Spring, this conference focuses on evidence-based treatment, interventions, and resources for today's warriors and their loved ones. Focus is on assessment and treatment approaches that can be incoprated into daily clinical practice with veterans.