BHECN Webinar Series: Core Topics for Behavioral Health Providers

BHECN offers a free webinar series designed to educate behavioral health trainees on a variety of practical behavioral health topics. Trainees and providers can refer to these webinars as a supplemental resource to expand their knowledge in topics they may encounter as professionals.

Upcoming Webinars: 

Considerations for Working with Patients with Terminal Illnesses
March 5, 2019 | 12-1 p.m.
Register by March 1

Presented by Dr. Kerry Beldin, Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 

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A Patient’s Perspective: Living with Terminal Illness
March 12, 12-1 pm
Register by March 8

Presented by: Dr. Kerry Beldin, Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

Suicide Risk Assessment
March 19, 12-1 pm
Register by March 15

Presented by: Ciara Warden, MSW Coordinator, and Admissions Chair Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 

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Suicide Postvention as Prevention
March 26, 12-1 pm
Register by March 22

Presented by: Ciara Warden, MSW Coordinator, and Admissions Chair Public Affairs and Community Service, Grace Abbott School of Social Work

 


Recorded Webinars: 

Incorporating Sexuality & Gender Concepts into Mental Health Practice

Part 1: Basics of Sexuality and Sexual Health 

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Part 2: Changes and Challenges in Sexual Functioning

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Part 3: Addressing the Needs of LGBTQA+ Clients 

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Part 4: Treatment of Common Sexual Problems

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1 Social Work CEU is available upon completion of the evaluation of each of the Incorporating Sexuality & Gender Concepts into Mental Health Practice series of webinars (up to 4 credits available). Contact Laura Holly to receive the evaluation.

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Presented by Dr. Amanda Randall and Liam Heerten-Rodriguez from the Grace Abbott School of Social Work, at the University of Nebraska at Omaha 


No credit offered for the following pre-recorded webinars:

Inform Your Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach for Clients with Dual Diagnosis

Presented by Dr. Dennis McChargue, associate professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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Inform Your Practice: An Evidence-Based Approach for Clients with Dual Diagnosis - Presentation Slides


Introduction to Social Anxiety: Identification
and Treatment Options

Presented by Dr. Debra Hope
View recording here

Introduction to Social Anxiety: Identification
and Treatment Options - Presentation Slides

 

Cultural Diversity in Psychotherapy

Presented by: Dr. Andrews
Assistant Professor of Psychology
View recording here

Cultural Diversity in Psychotherapy - Presentation Slides

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How to Apply Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

Presented by Dr. Dennis McChargue, associate professor of Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
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Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention - Presentation Handout

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The Schizophrenia Spectrum: Science and Practice

Presented by Dr. Will Spaulding, co-author of The Schizophrenia Spectrum and professor of psychology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
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Schizophrenia Part 1 - Presentation Handout

Schizophrenia Part 2 - Presentation Handout

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Forensic Issues and Civil Commitment

Presented by Dr. Mario Scalora, director of the Public Policy Center and professor of psychology at the University of Nebraska Lincoln
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Civil Commitment - Presentation Handout

Forensic Issues - Presentation Handout

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