September 2023 CE Blast

Sorry folks, there is one correction; the October Supportive Solutions training is on 10/05/23, not 10/15/23, we apologize for any confusion.

Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy

1889 Palmer Avenue, Suite 6, Larchmont, NY 10538 914-997-7500



LIVE ON ZOOM2 CE hours approved by NASW/CT

September 8, 2023 7:30PM-9:30PM

This live on zoom webinar examines our relationship to A.I. viewing the machine algorithm as a new form of the unconscious. Key questions include how much human ability will be duplicated and transcended by general machine intelligence.

Click here for more information or to register.

Supportive ​Solutions

Behavioral Health and Wellness,​ LLC

Clinical Documentation 101 

09/12/23, 9am-12pm

10/05/23, 9am-12pm or

11/06/23, 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

Please contact Shalyn Rose at 203-376-0220 or

“Aware Cares” A FREE CEU Webinar Series!

“Provider Support for Working with Client’s Evolving Recovery Needs”

Wednesday, September 13 · 9 - 10am EDT


Sponsored by: Aware Recovery Care In-Home Addiction Treatment

Aware Recovery Care is a pioneer in the in-home mental health and substance use disorder treatment industry, representing true innovation. We are excited to be hosting a Free CEU Series for Mental Health Professionals. The topic is on, “Providing Providers Support for Working with Client’s Evolving Recovery Needs”.

The recovery process from Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders has evolved over time. It is important for providers to feel comfortable supporting clients with unique recovery plans that could include shifting, adding, or changing self-help groups and clinical resources to adapt to their evolving recovery lifestyle needs. This event is designed to equip you with the latest approaches and techniques in client support. With a focus on fostering resilience, promoting self-care, and tailoring interventions, you'll gain valuable insights to enhance your practice.

Approved for 1 CEC by NASW/CT

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Online and In-person Continuing Education and Professional Development


Group Work with Older Individuals: Imagine the Possibilities


Live webinars

Superior Supervision

Marijuana: Miracle Drug or the Devil’s Lettuce? This webinar is a CCB approved training for LADCs and CADCs

Supervising the Diagnosing Clinician

Why the DSM 5 Doesn't Acknowledge Sensory Integration Symptom and How that Harms our Clients

Supervising the Ethical Clinician

Art of Diagnosis

Making Sense of the DSM 5 TR

The Clinical Interview

Fri, Sept 29

Thurs, Sept 14

Wed, Sept 20

Thurs, Sept 28

Wed, Oct 4

Thurs, Oct 5

Thurs, Oct 12

Thurs, Oct 26

Thurs, Nov 9

9:30 am - 4 pm

10 am - 12 pm

6 pm - 8 pm

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10 am - 12 pm

Visit our website to view our entire schedule. Questions? Contact

Are you Ready to Take Your Career to the Next Level?


The Social Work Practice Fellows Certificate Program in Supervision provides intensive training on social work supervision. This 36-hour post-master’s program features an advanced curriculum with a focus on some of the most complex issues that challenge supervisors today.


“The format was conducive to learning, allowing for both theory and practical applications. However, one of the standout experiences for me was the connection I established with other supervisors. Being able to share experiences, concerns, and solutions with peers who understand the nuances and challenges of our role was invaluable.”

Shawniel Chamanlal, LCSW

Healing Springs Wellness Center

The educational model includes:

  • interactive workshops taught by academic and practice-based experts
  • didactic presentations, group learning activities, and discussions of case and supervision experiences
  • peer-to-peer support
  • extensive materials and resources


Enrollment is limited to 25. The curriculum will be covered over 12 live, virtual sessions. Participants will learn about supervisory best practices from experienced academics and practitioners and benefit from being part of a learning community. Approved for 36 CECs.


Visit our website to learn more including detailed content, schedule, and fee.



Weatherby & Associates, PC

6th Annual Elder law Boot Camp for Social Workers

October 13th, 2023, 8:30am – 5:00pm


Aqua Turf Club

556 Mulberry Street

Plantsville, CT 06479

You will Receive 100+ Pages of Continuing Education Materials. Have the opportunity to meet and talk to people from all over the state involved in all different type of social work.

Registration Fees:

Before September 15th: $99.95

After September 15th: $125.00

After October 1st: $150.00 Register Closes on October 2nd.

To Register:

Call: Donna @ 860-769-6938 Ext.210 Email:


Come and earn 7 Continuing Education Credits; Including 2 Hours VA Credit

Level 1, 2, & 3 Ethics of Trauma-Informed Care

Level 1: October 13th

Level 2: November 10th

Level 3: December 1st

2-4 pm EST for the live version or you can choose self-paced

Virtual training on Zoom

Want CEs while gaining skills to prevent burnout

These virtual Level 1, 2 & 3 Ethics of Trauma-Informed Care trainings will support therapists in applying a trauma-informed approach to navigate both personal and professional life challenges.


Participants will leave with simple, effective interventions to manage stress, prevent burnout, and create a sense of safety with clients so they can lead their agency toward becoming a more trauma-informed organization. 


Participants will have a live and a self-paced option for these virtual trainings and can earn up to 6 Ethics CEs endorsed and approved by NASW-NC. 

For questions, contact

Registration information:

CECs: Earn up to 6 Ethics CEs endorsed and approved by NASW-NC.


has three upcoming trainings approved by NASW/CT:

10/25/2023 Adult, Adolescent, and Childhood ADHD - 3 Cultural Competence CECs

Each component of the ADD and ADHD diagnoses will be comprehensively reviewed in regard to the three maturation periods listed. The review will cover diagnostic criteria, complications and challenges within the diagnostic category, current treatments to include current medications, and issues related to gender, culture, etc. as they relate to the diagnosis and treatment of the disorders. Specific focus will be paid to the developmental struggles of individuals not treated as children and the life challenges that increase with maturation.


11/29/23 Adolescent and Young Adult Brain Development and Their Impact on Adult Functioning - 5 CEC's

The information presented will include the influence of brain development and chemistry on clients' decision-making processes and behaviors in this developmental phase. In addition, the impact on learning styles, mental health issues, and substance use will be covered. The specific focus will be on the ongoing impact as the adolescent matures into young adulthood as it relates to functioning interpersonally, vocationally, and behaviorally.


12/27/23 Clinical, Case Management, and Administrative Supervision: What to Expect from and How to Provide Supervision - 5 CEC's

The training content covers issues such as contextual factors, stages of development of both the supervisor and supervisee, leadership styles, and the tripartite relationship between the client, supervisee, and supervisor.  Philosophies of change and their impact will also be reviewed. Each participant will complete a leadership style survey to assist them in understanding the unique benefits of their style.

Click here to register.

Embrace the Transitions of Caregiving: 3rd Annual Caregiver Symposium

November 3, 2023

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Social Workers, are you guiding families through the intricacies of caregiving? Equip yourself with the latest legal, financial, and practical caregiving strategies at Drazen Rubin Law's 3rd Annual Caregiver Symposium. Our virtual event provides insights on:

  • Legal Planning: Understand key legal steps for aging, disability planning, and special needs.
  • Financial Resources: Learn about various benefits and asset protection options for each stage of care.
  • Caregiving Tools: Discover new strategies to ease caregiving burdens and promote independence.

By attending, you'll be better positioned to advise and support families, helping them make the most of their loved ones' care journey. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your professional toolkit and earn CE credits.

There is no cost for this program. Click here to register. 

7 CE Credits approved by NASW/CT.