The State of Michigan requires licensed social workers to complete 45 CEU hours every three years. You can earn your CEUs through EMU's seminars.
The cost is $69. These courses run 9 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Understanding and Responding to Students who Self-Injure (3 CEUs) | Amy Chapman, LMSW
August 6 | EMU–Livonia
Aids you in understanding students who engage in non-suicidal self-injury and gives you the knowledge base needed to respond effectively in schools. Learn which types of interventions to use. Obtain resources for parents and teachers. Develop a school protocol within your school crisis team.
Cyberbullying: Prevention, Intervention and Ethical Challenges (3 CEUs/ethics) | Janet Joiner, Ph.D., LMSW
August 13 | EMU–Livonia
Discuss risk prevention for social workers, educators, administrators, students and others, as well as how to develop cyberbully education/prevention programs. Learn the importance of developing support service programs for targets and perpetrators and how to create an institutional policy statement to guide student/staff online behavior. Get action steps for removing negative content in cyberspace if targeted by a Cyberbullying.
Infusing Action into Practice through Experiential/Adventure Tools (3 CEUs) | Tony Alvarez, LMSW
August 20 | EMU–Livonia
In the last few years, more practitioners have infused their practice with adventure and experiential methods, techniques and tools. Get familiar with an adventure–based therapy model and demonstrate its use in actively engaging clients around a variety of therapeutic issues.
Eastern Michigan University of Social Work is an approved provider with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative-Provider MICEC-0031.