NEW: Nutrition and Physical Activity Tips for Older Adults
$4.00 [1.00 CE Hours]
This short course provides tips and tools to help people ages 65 and over eat healthy foods and be physically active. Course information was taken from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Weight Control Information Network (WIN), and reminds older adults how positive lifestyle choices will help maintain physical and emotional health. Healthy body weight, nutrition guidelines, physical activity standards, and other factors that are pertinent to older adults are discussed.
NEW: Suicide Prevention Guideline for Schools
$8.00 [2.00 CE Hours]
This brief intermediate level course was developed using information provided by the University of South Florida Department of Child and Family Studies and is designed to provide guidelines for implementation of a suicide prevention program in schools. The course covers policies and procedures, staff training, education of parents and community members, strategies to assist students, and school climate considerations. Mental health practitioners, educators, and other professionals who work with young people could benefit from this important information.
NEW: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
$20.00 [5.00 CE Hours]
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) is a components-based psychosocial treatment model that incorporates elements of cognitive-behavioral, attachment, humanistic, empowerment, and family therapy models. It includes several core treatment components designed to be provided in a flexible manner to address the unique needs of each child and family. There is strong scientific evidence that this therapy works in treating trauma symptoms in children, adolescents, and their parents. This model was initially developed to address trauma associated with child sexual abuse and has more recently been adapted for use with children who have experienced a wide array of traumatic experiences, including multiple traumas.
NEW: The Impact of Underage Drinking
$8.00 [2.00 CE Hours]
This brief course was developed using information from the U.S. Department of Justice to evaluate the effects and consequences of underage drinking and to assist practitioners and policy makers in their efforts to prevent it. The course summarizes literature findings, identifies factors that contribute to underage drinking, and summarizes ways that this behavior impacts a youth’s overall health.
Full information on new courses and many more at TeachME CEUs
Photos courtesy of and copyright PhotoPin, http://photopin.com/