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Learn how to maintain compliance when handling mental health and substance abuse records that will protect your organization and patients' rights.Do you know that medical record custodians may be violating a patient's...
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Find out how to stay HIPAA compliant and better understand the laws governing the use and release of mental health records. Mental health providers are subject to many restrictions on how they can deal with patient...
This on-demand webinar will present techniques to help mental health clinicians use interview-based assessment with children more effectively. It assumes prior practice in mental status exams or other forms of mental...
The Keys to Successfully Documenting Mental Health Services for Social Workers and Other Practitioners
Never underestimate the power of documentation. Learn the best practices for documenting in social work, including ethical risks, legal risks, and management issues.
Gain an understanding of adolescents' substance abuse related problems with proven techniques for assessments, treatments and therapy. Substance use by adolescents and related problems has become one of the most...
Children of substance abusing parents are too often troubled young people. They are disruptive in school and in the community, and their behavior will often be the issue addressed across all of our systems.
By the year 2030, there will be over 72 million seniors living in the U.S. While elders are living longer, they are not necessarily living better. As more elders experience physical, mental, and cognitive declines they...
Clinicians often falsely assume that assessing an older adult for substance use disorders is the same as evaluating a young adult or a middle aged adult when, in reality, there are numerous differences that are...
Child sexual abuse investigations are difficult on children because of the recall of abuse details that are sexual in nature. Each instance of retelling the sexual experience adds to the traumatization of the child.
Gain a better understanding of ethical challenges and standards in behavioral health.Behavioral health practitioners, including social workers, psychologists, mental health and substance use counselors, psychiatric...
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