The Whole Enchilada SpicyCEUs: 30
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The WHOLE ENCHILADA SPICY (30 CEUs) fulfills all your licensure requirements and is STUFFED with our NEWEST, HOTTEST courses: Teletherapy and the Pandemic of the Corona Virus (3 CEUs), Not too Boring Laws and Rules of the Board (3 CEUs), Technology: A New Tool in the Hands of Domestic Abusers (2 CEUs), Medical Errors for the Wise Therapist (2 CEUs), The Climate Crisis and its Implications for Mental Health in the 21st Century (5 CEUs), Domestic Violence: Inside the Minds of Men Who Batter and the Women who Love Them (2 CEUs), Traumatic Soul Injury (4 CEUs), HIV/AIDS for the Compassionate Therapist (3 CEUs), Substance Abuse and Addictions (3 CEUs), Medical Marijuana and its Implications for the Therapeutic Community (4 CEUs). Not quite the package you want? Want to swap out a course? Just send an email to 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
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
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, videos, questionnaires, blood alcohol level charts, and handouts for therapists, clients, and family members.
“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 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 mandatory licensure course presents critical information for mental health professionals about domestic violence in an unusual and exciting learning format. The award-winning instructors (Matt McMillan, a former police officer, prosecutor and judge and Susan McMillan, a licensed mental health counselor and jury trial consultant), will engage the viewing audience by sharing their personal and professional experiences in a dynamic fashion, mixing didactic instruction, story-telling and interactive learning, in such a manner that the audience will come away with a new-found understanding regarding the myths and realities of domestic violence and how it affects us all. You have never seen a presentation like this one before.
The content does not shy away from controversial questions such as:
- What type of woman falls for a batterer?
- What is she doing that is doing that is making him batter and what can she do to make him stop?
- Why doesn’t she just leave?
- Why doesn’t he just stop?
- Aren’t women just as violence as men these days?
- If the kids don’t see it, are they really domestic violence victims?
- Won’t he change if he just quits drinking?
- Red Flags for the Healthcare Provider
- Are there really more dog shelters than battered women shelters?
- What should I say to a battered woman?
See why students return again and again to hear Matt and Susan teach this fascinating course.
Florida: Required for initial licensure and every third renewal.
Outside Florida: Many other states require this course. Check with your Board.
“Domestic Violence was excellent. I’ve attended many trainings on this subject, from State Prosecutors to Dr. Lenore Walker, and I still learned things in this training.” ~Sam Kedeem, LMHC, Dade Co, FL
“I am fortunate to have taken this course from providers who are so knowledgeable! The valuable information was truly my favorite part, however, I thought the YouTube videos were an interesting component. It was helpful to have a personal story included and, overall, the presenters’ past professional experiences.” ~Page Thanasiu, LMHC, Volusia Co, FL
“I love the combination of a legal back ground and a mental health background. The entire section on Community Resources was especially helpful. Great course material! Clear and easy to understand.” ~Eileen O’Connell, LCSW, Pinellas Co, FL
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 videos, audios, 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 re: Testing, Confidentiality, Treatment of Patient, Reporting, HIV testing to 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
“Educational and Informative, yet still compassionate.” ~Teresa Kovach, RMHCI, Seminole, FL
“I was impressed with every part of the course.” ~Agaither Durr, RCSWI
“As always your course exceeded my expectations. I am again reminded of the importance of staying current. Much of my information on HIV was acquired years ago. Thank you for presenting the material in such a concise, engaging and informative manner.” ~Elizabeth Rose, LMHC
“I felt it was a well-done course, perfect text, chats, pictures and videos in everyday language making it interesting and understandable.” ~Jakki Ruzich, OT, Polk Co, FL
Like it or not, Medical Marijuana has come to Florida, and as of this writing, to 29 other states. Soon clients will be coming to your practice possessing a medical marijuana card, if they have not already. It will be essential for you to understand the laws, and to recognize how your clients’ use will impact their health and the therapeutic process. Using cutting edge research, real-life stories, and fascinating videos, this course will give you the tools you will need to be knowledgeable, compassionate and informed on this fast-changing playing field.
“I have taken several other medical marijuana courses, but this one was the best by far. ~Rebecca Sherry, LMHC, Lee Co., Florida
"This is a great course in order to have a true and thorough understanding of how we are progressing in knowledge based on research. We can't prove the benefits of CBD and Marijuana, but we can see how it may be contributing to healing. More testing is needed, but the team allowed the reader to think and process. The greatest healing for the client is the therapist listening, non-judgmental, and open to the client's resiliency. Susan and Matt have done this beautifully. Gratitude. As a pastor and LMHC, I see how a simple referral to discuss the issue is all I might need to do to help wholeness and love to come about." ~Ronald Camarda, LMHC, Duval Co, FL
"This course is chock full of the most up to date information on the subject. It challenges many outdated conclusions that need to be changed." ~Jacqueline McCollum-Bridges, LMHC, Lake County, FL
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
Violence against women has been around as long as…well, as long as women have been around. And the reasons haven’t changed much over the millennia. But the past 30 years of technological advancement has ushered in a sea change of novel tactics and tools used by batterers and stalkers to control, harass, and intimidate another. And for the first time in history, they can do it from a distance. This course, written for therapists, contains useful information for all women and those in same-sex relationships who might have an abuser partner…or ex. This course will cover the technologies used, the tactics employed, and the effects on the victims of batterers and stalkers who use the tools afforded by our internet-connected lifestyles. Some sage advice for potential victims that can be shared by therapists is included to help avoid one becoming a victim.
“Amazingly informative and helpful.” ~Gina Tillman, LCSW, Palm Beach, FL
“I'm too impressed with what they did to suggest anything different. You both seem to be doing a marvelous job! ” ~ Joyce Newcomb, LMFT, LMHC, Broward Co., FL
“I like these providers as I find them interesting, and they have done excellent research. Their writing style is entertaining as well as easy to follow. ” ~Grace Ireland,LCSW, Marion Co., FL
This is an eye-opening course that could change your practice. We’ve all heard the news reports about global warming, and seen the extreme weather events around the globe. But what’s that got to do with Psychotherapy? Get ready to be surprised, saddened, and impacted on a personal and professional level. With just the right mixture of science, emotion, current events and real-life examples, this course will take you through the facts, the myths, the reasons behind the denial about the climate crisis. You will explore the challenges and ethical considerations it brings to our profession. You will see the tremendous, though often hidden, impacts it is having on mental health across the spectrums of age, culture, ability and orientation. Finally, the course will give you the tools to assess your own values in a changing and uncertain world; skills to point your clients (and you) toward a path of resilience and a meaningful future, as we face this most challenging of human endeavors. (If you read this course last year, it has been updated and now contains an "Afterword" with the most current information.)
This course satisfies your Ethics and Boundaries requirement.
“This course is an incredible experience! Take it!” ~Jacqueline McCollum-Bridges, LMHC, Lake, FL
“This Climate Change course was ground-breaking. It deserves national consideration. Incredible, risky, brave and informative.” ~Joseph Bolduc, LMHC, Miami Dade, FL
"This course is awesome and truly inspires me to have courage and hang in there with the "deniers" who one day will accept the Nature of Life, Death and Renewal. God Bless and Thank YOU! ~Father Ron Camarda, LMHC, USN-Ret Chaplain, Pastor, and Resilient wounded vet
“Most comprehensive and informative course that really brings to the forefront the need for incorporating questions about effects of climate change on our patients in our assessments.” ~ Cheryl Henrichs, LCSW, Escambia, FL
Course DescriptionThe WHOLE ENCHILADA SPICY (30 CEUs) fulfills all your licensure requirements and is STUFFED with our NEWEST, HOTTEST courses: Teletherapy and the Pandemic of the Corona Virus (3 CEUs), Not too Boring Laws and Rules of the Board (3 CEUs), Technology: A New Tool in the Hands of Domestic Abusers (2 CEUs), Medical Errors for the Wise Therapist (2 CEUs), The Climate Crisis and its Implications for Mental Health in the 21st Century (5 CEUs), Domestic Violence: Inside the Minds of Men Who Batter and the Women who Love Them (2 CEUs), Traumatic Soul Injury (4 CEUs), HIV/AIDS for the Compassionate Therapist (3 CEUs), Substance Abuse and Addictions (3 CEUs), Medical Marijuana and its Implications for the Therapeutic Community (4 CEUs). Not quite the package you want? Want to swap out a course? Just send an email to Susan@CounselingHelps.org
“The most powerful and inspiring CEU event I have ever participated in.”
~ Zanita Zody, PhD, LMFT, Clackamas County, OR
“AS expected, cutting edge topic with personal and professional heart and soul in the material and motivation! Incredibly relevant to our times.”
~ Andrea Verier, Sarasota County, FL
“I recommend this course to every psychotherapist who is looking for insightful, compelling and relevant information on a topic that is so important to our very survival!”
~ Bradley Zucker, Broward County, FL
“This research was so clinically relevant and something we will see more of following Covid-19 for our patients. This provided an excellent guide on how the world has changed and how this is impacting society as a whole. Thank you.”
~ Marianne Williams, LMHC, Pinellas County, FL
“I had no idea this course would be so impactful until I took it but I always turn to Affordable CEU's for the highest quality and truly enjoyable (this is exceptional) educational experiences. A truly exceptional course with in-depth resources and helpful therapeutic recommendations.”
~ William Aycrigg, LCSW, Pasco County, FL
“I have completed several courses by Matt and Susan McMillan. Their writing style is both professionally informing and personally connecting. I feel the heart throughout the course.”
~ Dale Midgette Smith, LMHC, Orange County, FL
“I was surprised at first to see this topic addressed in relation to Psychotherapy but was intrigued by it. The course made me aware of this connection and will make a difference in my therapeutic evaluation, especially when addressing depression and anxiety.”
~ Sharon Cupler, MSW, LCSW, Pasco County, FL
“Interesting information that is well written. Also, I appreciated that the tests in the various courses are meaningful to the content & comprehension of the material as opposed to 'trick' questions that ask for answers that reflect miniscule data having only tangential relationship to the content of the courses. In this course, my favoriate part was the videos by experts. Also, listening to what your daughter's friends had to say about their own concerns & fears surrounding the state of our earth.”
~ Maureen Bond, LCSW, LMFT, Duval County, FL
“I will recommend this course to anyone I encounter, family, students, colleagues to enlighten them with the hope more and more people will resonate to and engage in solutions to the critical Climate Change Crisis. CCCC”
~ Naomi Korn, Pinellas County, FL
“Thank you for all you do on behalf of the practice of mental health.”
~ Deborah Olson, ESCAMBIA County, FL
“Interesting, relevant and insightful.”
~ Rebecca Clayton, Walton County, FL
“This is a unique and invaluable course for all mental health professionals. It presents vital and contemporary information that enlightens, inspires, and instructs.”
~ Loretta Nelson, LMHC, LMFT, LAKE County, FL
“Excellent read. One of my favorites so far.”
~ Morgan Born-Aives, LMHC, Palm Beach County County, FL
“Super cool course, thank you!”
~ Katharine Alfs, Sarasota County, FL
“This course is an incredible experience! Take it!”
~ Jacqueline McCollum-Bridges, Lake County, FL
“Most comprehensive and informative course that really brings to the forefront the need for incorporating questions about effects of climate change on our patients in our assessments.”
~ Cheryl Henrichs, Escambia County, FL
“This Climate Change course was ground-breaking. It deserves national consideration. Incredible, risky, brave and informative.”
~ Joseph Bolduc, Miami Dade County, MA
“My favorite part of the course was how the authors wrote to their audience making it enjoyable to read and the live interaction with the instructor to review material. ”
~ Leslie Riccaboni, FL
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