The Whole EnchiladaCEUs: 30
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The WHOLE ENCHILADA (30 CEUs) fulfills ALL your license requirements and is STUFFED with our BEST required courses: Ethics and Boundaries (3 CEUs), Teletherapy and the Pandemic of the Coronavirus (3 CEUs), Medical Errors for the Wise Therapist (2 CEUs), Not Too Boring Laws and Rules of the Board (3 CEUs), Domestic Violence: Abusive & Controlling Men as Fathers (5 CEUs), Traumatic Soul Injury (4 CEUs), Advanced HIV/AIDS for the Therapist (4 CEUs), Helping Agitated Client Calm Down (2 CEUs), Advanced Substance Abuse and Addictions (4 CEUs). Not quite the package you want? We can swap it out. Email us at Susan@CounselingHelps.org
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This course will look at the staggering numbers of errors made in the medical field, and then concentrate on errors made by therapists in the mental health field, including errors in documentation, dual relationships, handling suspected abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, assessing mental illness, maintaining confidentiality, and assessing and treating suicide. Students will come away with their eyes open and a toolbox of solutions and preventative measures. Learning materials include videos, personal stories, fact sheets, and lists of do’s and don’ts.
The statistics are staggering. The number of people killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars pales in comparison to the number of people killed by preventable medical errors in this country every year. Don’t let even one of your patients become a statistic. Boards governing healthcare providers throughout the nation deserve credit for bringing this shocking information out of the shadows by requiring healthcare providers to be educated, aware, and prepared. The information in this will put you in a position to save lives.
"This course is the best and most comprehensive for medical errors. I have tried other providers, but they fail in comparison to the professional, well-organized, and easy to comprehend course by Matt & Susan McMillan." ~Kimberly Dubner, LMHC"This was worth taking and even after 18 years as a LMHC I learned." ~Mary Griffiths, LMHC“I could read 20 MORE pages on Medical Errors. Excellent material. ” ~ Sam Kedem, FL"I dreaded this course because of past experiences with other Medical Errors courses, but this one was awesome! It kept my attention and I strongly recommend it. It goes above and beyond in a good way." ~Wayne Davidson, LMHC, FL
If you are a psychotherapist, you will counsel clients who are abusing drugs and alcohol. This course contains basic information about substance abuse as well as more advanced information, including prescription drug abuse, which is rampant and increasing rapidly. The material will give you a basic understanding of the prevalence of these problems, how to screen, how to recognize denial, and how to make appropriate referrals. It also contains handy screening tools, questionnaires, blood alcohol level charts, and handouts for therapists, clients, and family members. (4 CEU hours)
“My favorite part? Wow! Comprehensive, with endless possibilities!” ~Jacqueline Tatum, LCSW, FL
“Reader-friendly, content is extremely relevant and information was interesting.” ~Janice Del Pilar, LMHC, FL
“I liked all of it – I teach Addiction courses at St. Pete College now for 20 years and enjoy providing students the best education possible. After all, people’s lives depend on their accurate and up-to-date knowledge! Taken many courses with these professional and knowledgeable providers before and will continue to do so!” ~Nancy Tetum, LCSW, Hillsborough Co, FL
“Excellent organization. Good resources.” ~Sheila Bilak, LCSW, Alachua Co, FL “Valuable information. Please continue to provide thought-provoking CEUs.” ~Nicole Taylor, LMHC
This course is required every third renewal period and contains all relevant statutory and rule updates in Chapters 456 and 491, F.S., and Rule Title 64B4, F.A.C. Additionally, in this course, written by Matt McMillan (a former police officer, prosecutor, and county judge) and Susan McMillan, LMHC, CAP (Co-founder of Florida’s first 8 hour Laws and Rules Course), you will review the ins and outs of confidentiality, privileged communication, abuse reporting, and more — in other words, when to keep quiet, and when to speak up. This course can save lives and may save you from a lawsuit.
This lawsuit-avoidance course is required every third renewal period and contains all relevant statutory and rule updates. (3 CEU hours)
“Best law and rules training I have taken.” ~Margaret Haynes, Leon, FL
"The course was very informative and well written. When I had questions about the materials the authors were immediately responsive and encouraging. I am a seasoned therapist and have found the mandatory courses to be repetitive, but this course was relevant and updated with information that was applicable to my practice." ~Mary Griffiths, LMHC, Seminole, FL
“I believe the course was extremely informative with a tremendous amount of information. My favorite part was the way things were broken down so simplistic it was easy to learn and understand.” ~Nathalie Viau, RCSWI, FL
" I really enjoyed this. I think the board should make us take it each renewal as there have been so many changes recently especially with COVID." ~Amanda Frye, LCSW, Polk Co, FL
This interesting yet disturbing course will cover everything therapists and child welfare workers need to know related to domestic violence in the family, from the points of view of the victim, who is trapped, the batterer, who feels justified, and the children, who suffer tremendously.
This course is written by award-winning domestic violence instructors Matt and Susan McMillan. Matt is a former police officer, prosecutor, and judge, and Susan is a licensed mental health counselor and jury trial consultant. They are founders of the first certified batterers intervention program in Florida and are considered pioneers in the field.
Students of this course will come away with a newfound understanding about the myths and realities of domestic violence, the impact on children created by the trauma of exposure, and solutions for healing the wounded family.
Although you may not wish to continue to see clients with these issues, when you finish this course, you will know what to look for, what to do, and what not to do when confronting these issues. You will also know where to refer clients and when to make those referrals as well as understanding the dynamics of these turbulent relationships from multiple angles. (5 CEU hours)
Using video clips from the ground-breaking and controversial film “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” this course will make you laugh, think, and understand. You will learn how to reduce conflict with difficult or agitated clients in an inpatient or outpatient setting while protecting yourself, your staff members, and others. (2 CEU hours)
Learn the myriad ways our colleagues have discovered that put their practices, their licenses, and their wealth at risk.
Ethics and Boundaries: How to Stay Out of Trouble will give clinicians the tools and information they need to recognize the ethical and legal boundaries of their profession and to steer clear of situations that invite complaints to the Board and malpractice suits by the lawyers.
Taught by award-winning instructors Matt and Susan McMillan. Matt is a former police officer, prosecutor, and judge, and Susan is a licensed mental health counselor with more than 25 years of experience and founder of the very first state-certified Batterers Intervention Program. This interactive and fun workshop will use case studies, humor, and group exercises to help you protect what you have worked hard to achieve.
“Probably the best online Ethics and Boundaries Course I have ever taken.” ~Grace SL, LCSW, FL
“Taken many courses with this provider previously – quality and professionalism are outstanding!” “The profession needs to keep up with YOU – there are many therapists that are truly uninformed and these courses need to be mandatory.” ~Nancy Tetum, LCSW, Hillsborough Co, FL
“Great content! Nothing authors could do to make it more effective.” ~Susan Pierce, LCSW, Hillsborough Co, FL
“I am a returning professional and I enjoy the Presenters and their commitment to excellence.” ~Linda Cook, LMHC, Alachua Co, FL
"Excellent course on a subject that most of us are very familiar with and presented in an interesting way." ~Michele Rosenquist, LCSW, Sarasota, FL
This course is vital for therapists and healthcare providers. As our field advances, we are learning more and more how trauma affects the brain and contributes to poor health, violent relationships, substance abuse, and the self-defeating behaviors many of our clients engage in. As a psychotherapist, assessor, or healthcare provider, you encounter individuals every day who are struggling to overcome trauma of some type or another. For many, alcohol and drugs are the method of coping. And while it is easy to be judgmental, understanding the horrific trauma endured by these individuals and the ultimate effect on their lives can make us much more understanding, much less judgmental, and much more equipped to render the help they need … and deserve.
"After doing mandatory courses for renewal of my License I saw this course on your web page and it excited me and the cost was so affordable and Wow!!!!!! This was the greatest exposure of my therapeutic life. It not only confirmed my approach to therapy to explore the possibility of early childhood trauma more importantly I discovered Appendix 1 that blew me away. This is exactly what I needed!!!!! Thanks a million." ~Sonia Galimore, LMFT, Broward Co., FL
“I have been working in the fields of psychiatry and substance abuse for more than 25 yrs. This course presented material I was not familiar with, often siting informative studies that I believe will be valuable in my practice. Thank You!” ~Elizabeth Rose, LMHC, Dade Co, FL
“Reader friendly, presenters/educators have a lot of experience in the field, cost effective, relevant information.” ~Janice Del Pilar, LMHC, FL
“This course had a lot of good material I will keep and refer to. It’s great how you both share your thoughts and experience in courses. They have all been very good.” ~Dawn Dascher, LMHC, Pinellas Co.
This is a comprehensive, self-paced course, appropriate for the compassionate clinician who wishes to have a thorough understanding of HIV/AIDS and its ramifications, including the emotional toll it takes on its victims and their loved ones. The personal touch provided by the authors, including graphics and photos, helps students confront and examine their own biases, including the cultural taboos about sex, gender identity and relationships, which can hinder their ability to offer the best care.
Other areas covered: history of HIV, treatment, immunology, virology, opportunistic infections, disease spectrum, healthcare personnel, life cycle, legal and ethical issues, modes of transmission, infection control procedures, clinical management, behavior and attitudes relevant to the prevention of HIV and AIDS. Also included is a discussion of current Florida law regarding testing, confidentiality, treatment of patient, reporting, HIV testing of pregnant women, and partner notification.
This course satisfies licensure requirements for the following Florida boards:
- FL Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling
Chapter 397 Substance Abuse Providers
- Florida Certification Board
- FL Dietetics and Nutrition Practice Council;
- FL Council of Licensed Midwifery;
- The Florida Certification Board;
- FL Board of Athletic Training;
- FL Board of Massage Therapists;
- FL Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel;
- FL Board of Nursing Home Administration;
- FL Board of Occupational Therapists;
- FL Board of Physical Therapy Practice;
- FL Board of Podiatric Medicine;
- FL Board of Respiratory Care;
- FL Board of Medical Physicists;
- FL Electrolysis Council
3 CEU Hours - This course is a must-read for every therapist who is wondering how best to handle the delicate issues of psychotherapy and telehealth during the current pandemic or any time. You will get handy forms, comparison charts, and real-life examples that will make you both cringe and chuckle, while satisfying your Ethics-Teletherapy requirements.
Written by former lawyer and judge Matt McMillan and his psychotherapist wife Susan McMillan, this 3- hour course is a must-read for every therapist who is wondering how best to handle the delicate issues of psychotherapy and telehealth during the current pandemic or any time. How, when and why should you transition to teletherapy, and what are the implications for the therapeutic relationship? Does teletherapy work as well as in-person therapy and if so, for which disorders? What does it mean to be HIPAA compliant during COVID-19? What special forms do I need? Has the government made any special exceptions to the therapy rules for the pandemic?
This course answers all these questions and more. You even get a collection of sample forms including a business association agreement, a teletherapy informed consent, and a comprehensive teletherapy checklist. Plus you get a handy comparison chart of the different telehealth platforms with their respective prices. This course is simply packed full of important legal, ethical, and practical information, with the typical personal touch and occasional humor you have come to expect from Matt and Susan McMillan.
"I have highly recommended this course to the registered intern students that I supervise, and also to some of my mental health counselor friends that are doing Telehealth counseling. I have to say that my favorite part was from page one to the end." ~Peggy Besch, LMHC, Escambia, Co, Fl
"I have used teletherapy for many years, but this course was an interesting evaluation of pros and cons." ~Flora Del Cueto, LMHC, Miami, Dade
“My favorite parts were the helpful humor, the Teletherapy checklist, and the form for informed consent. Grateful that you offered this course." ~Mary Ann Holtz, LMHC, St. Petersburg, FL
“I had taken another course from a different provider and it did not meet my needs in a practical way. I was drawn to the description of the course and of the McMillans, and feedback given from others. This course was relevant and presentation interesting and at times, humorous. Thank you. I will take more courses from them.” ~Carol Murphy, LMHC, Florida
Course DescriptionThe WHOLE ENCHILADA (30 CEUs) fulfills ALL your license requirements and is STUFFED with our BEST required courses: Ethics and Boundaries (3 CEUs), Teletherapy and the Pandemic of the Coronavirus (3 CEUs), Medical Errors for the Wise Therapist (2 CEUs), Not Too Boring Laws and Rules of the Board (3 CEUs), Domestic Violence: Abusive & Controlling Men as Fathers (5 CEUs), Traumatic Soul Injury (4 CEUs), Advanced HIV/AIDS for the Therapist (4 CEUs), Helping Agitated Client Calm Down (2 CEUs), Advanced Substance Abuse and Addictions (4 CEUs). Not quite the package you want? We can swap it out. Email us at Susan@CounselingHelps.org
“These courses are superb. The research, the links, the articles, the updates ... all of it brings the experience of obtaining CEU's thoroughly enjoyable, efficient and expert. Fabulous!”
~ Deborah Grayson PhD, LMHC, hD, LMHC, PTR, Broward County, FL
“Excellent course!! Love you both as presenters! I am the director of an outpatient program providing group therapy by telehealth due to the pandemic and found this course to be timely and very interesting, not something that can always be said for our required CEUs.”
~ Kimberly Hornak, LCSW, Orange County, FL
“Good course, new subject for all of us but it brought out some important things I had not considered and made me really think about teletherapy more in depth.”
~ Jeanne Carmichael, LMHC, Dade County, FL
“Loved what they had to offer! This was a timely and superb course in every way. Clear, fun and useful. I learned more than I anticipated, and it was a wonderful surprise.”
~ Deborah Grayson PhD, LMHC, hD, LMHC, PTR, Broward County, FL
“So many things in this, and the other courses I took from The McMillans, stood out for me. First, the formatting with photos and links was so readable, then the information was comprehensive and the links helpfully amplified and expanded the information available. Also, the authors' personal stories of their own errors added credibility to the advice being given.”
~ Sheri Levens, LMHC, Hillsborough County, FL
“Excellent clinical and legal expertise on a "new" therapeutic technology. Excellent price for the multiple course content.”
~ William Aycrigg, LCSW, Pasco County, FL
“I am so grateful I found this CEU provider. The last time I had to take CEU courses, the information was at times hard to read and understand due to all the legal jargon. CEU Affordable really makes things easier by putting everything in laymen's terms and including information you didn't even know you needed to know. The McMillians, really make this a more enjoyable read and keeps me interested, unlike other CE providers, where I am fighting to stay away while reading the material. Thanks!”
~ Maura Pratt, LMHC, Bay County County, FL
“I really enjoyed the ease of reading and being able to follow along the explanation. The authors made it very clear and to the point.”
~ Gabriel Martinez, LCSW, Osceola County, FL
“Good job! Very informative. It answered some questions I had. I felt that you were very knowledgeable about the topic you were teaching. Your personalization had just the right touch. I am checking out some of your other offerings.”
~ Patricia Noll, LMHC, Pinellas County, FL
“An outstanding, informative, well-structured course; thank you!”
~ James Bayonne, MS Counseling, LMHC, Broward County, FL
“Thank you for providing this service to clinical providers who are overworked and typically, woefully underpaid.”
~ Deborah Olson, ESCAMBIA County, FL
“Easy to understand, current, and well presented.”
~ Rebecca Clayton, Walton County, FL
“The Telehealth training provided well-presented information, and it was to the point without much extraneous information that I did not need. As a busy professional I appreciate that!”
~ Susan Anderson, Palm Beach County, FL
“I thought the course was well written, interesting, easy to comprehend, entertaining and reasonable priced.”
~ Sharon Cupler, MSW, LCSW, Pasco County, FL
“The course was well organized and provided relevant introductory information regarding the provision of Teletherapy services at a reasonable price. The authors were well informed, provided research based recommendations and included useful tools for practice. Overall, I would highly recommend this course for therapists considering the provision of Teletherapy.”
~ Kimberly Damron, Leon County, FL
“Fantastic course. Not only relevant, but includes current information (news articles, studies) and offers links if you want to explore a topic further. Also, clinically sound with a fundamental expectation that ethical treatment is paramount. I would recommend it to any mental health professional.”
~ Autumn Quiles, Palm Beach County, FL
“The information provided in this course is vital during this time of pandemic and social isolation. I previously had negative impression of telehealth, however it was encouraging to see research that teletherapy can work for certain issues. Good to have specific risks and and benefits outlined.”
~ Michael Gray, Palm Beach County, FL
“I enjoyed the online couse since it was very interesting and comprehensive. It was presented nicely and it kept me very interested.”
~ Irma Lacayo, Miami Dade County County, FL
“I had never utilized telehealth in for insurance clients in my practice and was concerned about it for my entire practice. I have been excited to read this course and learn some things I was not aware of, ie the way to determine appropriateness of client for telehealth, other platforms and how easy it is to unintentionally cross boundaries. Very glad I took the course.”
~ Sandra Marjon, PhD. Licensed Florida mental health counselor, Lee County, FL
“Great information, refreshing casual style of presentation, great support when needed.”
~ Jacqueline McCollum-Bridges, Lake County, FL
“I love that the course was easily accessible and convenient. The authors have a legal and practical knowledge base that provides a smooth, confident, and engaging presentation. I love that they share accolades as well as "mistakes" from the past, as an added teaching tool.”
~ Kimberly Dubner, Palm Beach County, FL
“Keep encouraging therapists to make difficult "decisions" about presented vignettes that force us to think about what we would do in similar situations.”
~ Mithran Cabot, Polk County, MA
“The team provide CEUs with relevance and in an easy- to- comprehend format that is relevant. ”
~ Richard Fincke, FL
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