December 2023 CE Blast

CORRECTION: Supportive Solutions' December training is in 2023, not 2024, we apologize for any confusion.

Supportive ​Solutions

Behavioral Health and Wellness,​ LLC

Clinical Documentation 101 

12/13/23, 9am-12pm

01/16/24, 9am-12pm

02/12/24, 9am-12pm



I HATE writing notes.. and you know you do too! We went to school to be clinicians, NOT authors!! And while in school, we learned all about clinical theories, diagnosis, interventions, etc., but clinical documentation was not part of any of our programs. Now here we are, most of us in private practice, writing notes the way we think they should be written with very little guidance from insurance companies. 


If you are in private practice and you accept insurance then you NEED to know how to write notes. Insurance companies can audit your charts at anytime and if your documentation doesn't meet their guidelines then you'll be giving back your hard earned money.. and A LOT of it!! 


This is an interactive course that includes  example of a biopsychosocial, progress note, treatment plan, and treatment plan update from a real client's chart using a SOAP template; examples of measurable vs. non measurable treatment plan objectives, audit tools, and more!

3 CEUS approved by NASW/CT

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Trans 201: Beyond the basics of gender-affirming care

Live interactive webinar by Sarah Gilbert, LCSW

7 cultural competence CECs pending through NASW/CT

January 23, 2024, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This training is suitable for mental health professionals who already have some experience in working with transgender, non-binary and gender questioning clients. This full day training goes more in depth than Trans 101 to explore ways in which you can support clients through social, legal, and medical transition. This training includes case vignettes and small breakout group discussions to explore how to apply knowledge provided in this training to your clinical practice.

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Upcoming training opportunities at Latino Community Services:

January 24, 2024

Dynamic DSM-5-TR: Substance related and addictive disorders (including gambling)

Approved for 5.5 CECs by NASW/CT

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February 28, 2024

The Impact of Social Media on Maturation, Socialization, Self-Image and Self Harm in Adolescents, Young Adults and Adults

Approved for 5.5 CECs by NASW/CT

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March 27, 2024: MI and MET Interventions in Concurring Disorder Treatment

Approved for 5.5 CECs by NASW/CT

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Mindfulness Facilitator Training

January 27, 2024

A one-year professional training program for teaching mindfulness and meditation practices across various industries and with a wide range of populations. As a Certified Mindfulness Teacher, you will be ready to apply this education to your current profession or use it to build a career in wellness.

50 CECs pending with NASW/CT

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Role of Neurocognitive Testing When

Cognitive Disorders Are Chronic

January 30, 2024, 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

21 Waterville Road

Avon, CT

The involvement of mental health professionals is essential for the institutionalized-geriatric population. The challenges that come with this developmental stage along with the multitude of mood and behavioral disorders that emerge suggests under-serving this group can lead to poor qualify of life in individuals and stretching the healthcare system to its' limits in communities.

This course is aimed at enhancing the skills set of those working with clients with neurocognitive disorders. Information is pulled from evidence-based strategies and information and builds on graduate level training education. The course will reference cultural nuances and considerations for working with under-served populations. This particular course will discuss how evaluating cognition can assist in treatment planning. It will also discuss that cognitive gains are still possible even in the face of neurocognitive deficits and will offer techniques and approaches to enhance functioning.

Approved for 4 Cultural Competence CECs by NASW/CT

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