Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Video Course for Sanvello
  • Enrolled students: 1

Welcome to the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series Bundle! This bundle includes all of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Learning Hubs with Companion Videos. Upon enrollment, you will gain access to the learning hubs and begin your journey towards Psych Hub CBT Certification!

SERIES OVERVIEW:

Courses Include: Modules with over 40 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 

Client Videos: Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.

Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 

Level of Instruction: Introductory and Intermediate

Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach

Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 

Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components

SERIES OUTLINE

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Adaptations for Adolescents

Cost: $299/year
  • Enrolled students: 1
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach
  • Enrolled students: 2497

A prerequisite to our other cognitive behavioral therapy courses, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations begins by teaching the therapeutic model that cognitive behavioral therapy is based on, then dives right into simple and effective strategies you can use to bolster your practice. Using a selection of learning tools, this course provides transferable skills that may improve the wellbeing of your client, including cognitive restructuring tools, behavioral action planning, emotional coping techniques, and ways to implement measurement-based care. With the support of subject matter experts, practical activities and resources, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations will set you up for success as you seek to provide your best level of care. NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for all other cognitive behavioral therapy courses offered by Psych Hub.



LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length:  3 hrs. 15 min. 
  • CE Credits: 3.25 CEs
  • Course Includes: 8 modules with over 40 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Refresher Videos: 12 provider videos to highlight key concepts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach. 
  • Client Videos: 7 companion videos for your clients specifically designed to reinforce skills learned in cognitive behavioral therapy treatment. Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Introductory
  • Prerequisite: None
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components
  • Cost: $75/year


COURSE LEARNING TARGETS
Course Learning Competencies

What the learner should be able to do upon course completion:

  1. Apply basic principles of CBT in practice.
  2. Work collaboratively with clients to develop goals for treatment.
  3. Equip clients with CBT tools to address maladaptive cognition, emotions, and behavior.
  4. Describe the CBT model and process of treatment to clients.

Course Learning Objectives

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Identify various CBT interventions and choose appropriate techniques to use in various clinical scenarios.
  2. Describe the theory behind and empirical evidence for using CBT to treat clients.


TIMED COURSE OUTLINE

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 3 hours 9 minutes)*

  • Pre-Course Assessment (6 minutes) 
  • Module 1: Introducing the Cognitive Behavioral Model (20+ minutes) 
  • Module 2: What Happens in the First Phase of Treatment? (24+ minutes) 
  • Module 3: Restructuring the Cognitive (34+ minutes) 
  • Module 4: Identifying Emotions and Altering Core Beliefs (20+ minutes) 
  • Module 5: Applying Behavioral Intervention (21+ minutes) 
  • Module 6: Coping Techniques and Behavioral Intervention (14+ minutes) 
  • Module 7: Maintaining the Alliance with Your Client (18+ minutes) 
  • Module 8: Ending Treatment and Preventing Relapse (18+ minutes) 
  • Theory Tank (9+ minutes) 
  • Post-Course Assessment (6 minutes) 

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit 

  • Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes) 
  • Modified Practice Attitudes Scale (5-10 minutes)
  • (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Videos for Learner and Learner's Clients 
  • (OPTIONAL) Written Assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification 

*NOTE: Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and voiceover.


CONTINUING EDUCATION:

For more information on CE credits for this course, please click here.

For information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com or call (615) 712-8810.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES:

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.


PREREQUISITE(S): None

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 3.25 hours. 
The number of CE credits roughly corresponds with the length of the course in hours. 

Course Creation Date: 2/27/20
  • Enrolled students: 2497
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety
  • Enrolled students: 1817

Are you looking for evidence-based strategies to effectively treat anxiety? This course was built especially for you. With a blend of theory and practice, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety uses the skills taught in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations and adapts them for clients with a variety of anxiety disorders. In this course, you will discover how to treat the cognitive, emotive, and behavioral aspects of anxiety using effective strategies such as relaxation training, breathing training, and the tense-relax method. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length: 2 hrs. 30 min. 
  • Course Includes: 7 modules with over 30 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Refresher Videos: 1 provider video to highlight key concepts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety.
  • Client Videos: 20 companion videos for your clients specifically designed to reinforce skills learned in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety treatment. Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate 
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach 
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components
  • Cost: $75/year 

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

Course Learning Competencies:

What the learner should be able to do upon course completion:

  1. List patterns of thinking and behavior that are common among clients with anxiety.
  2. Develop a therapeutic skill set of cognitive and behavioral techniques to use with clients with anxiety. 
  3. Educate clients on the usage of techniques and methods to reduce and prevent anxiety.

Course Learning Objectives:

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Explain how the CBT applies to the treatment of anxiety.
  2. Discern which concepts and ideas of anxiety apply to specific client situations.
  3. Describe the importance of relaxation and emotional coping in the treatment of anxiety.


TIMED COURSE OUTLINE

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 2 hours)*

  • Pre-Course Assessment (12 minutes) 
  • Module 1:  Seeking Treatment (10+ minutes) 
  • Module 2: Seeking Individualized Treatment (17+ minutes) 
  • Module 3: Cognition and Anxiety (13+ minutes) 
  • Module 4: Emotions and Anxiety (12+ minutes) 
  • Module 5: Behavior and Anxiety (13+ minutes) 
  • Module 6: Tools for Relaxation (9+ minutes) 
  • Module 7: Ending Treatment and Preventing Relapse (15+ minutes) 
  • Theory Tank (7+ minutes) 
  • Post-Course Assessment (12 minutes) 

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit 

  • Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes) 
  • (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Videos for Learner and Learner's Clients 
  • (OPTIONAL) Written Assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification 

*NOTE: Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and voiceover.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

For more information on CE credits for this course, please click here.

For information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com or call (615) 712-8810.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.

PREREQUISITE(S): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach 
NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.


This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. 

Course Creation Date: 2/27/20
  • Enrolled students: 1817
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression
  • Enrolled students: 2467

For support in treating depression, this course offers the best of cognitive behavioral therapy theory and technique. The skills taught in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression have been empirically shown to effectively treat symptoms of various types of depressive disorders. With cognitive behavioral therapy’s understanding of the mind-body connection, you will be prepared to teach your clients techniques like behavioral activation and the ABCDE method that may improve their symptoms and strengthen them to handle relapse. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length: 3 hours  
  • Course Includes: 7 modules with over 30 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Refresher Videos: 1 provider video to highlight key concepts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression.
  • Client Videos: 20 companion videos for your clients specifically designed to reinforce skills learned in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression treatment. Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate 
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach 
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components
  • Cost: $75/year

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

Course Learning Competencies:

What the learner should be able to do upon course completion:

  1. Work with your client to determine the appropriate resources and techniques to help them manage their depressive symptoms as part of an overall therapeutic treatment plan.
  2. Prepare a therapeutic plan with your client to initiate behavioral strategies to help reduce symptoms of depression.
  3. Assess the need for safety planning.

Course Learning Objectives:

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Identify your client’s negative thoughts and unhelpful core beliefs.
  2. List your client’s behaviors that stem from depression.
  3. Determine a therapeutic action plan to positively impact your client’s thoughts and actions.


TIMED COURSE OUTLINE

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 2 hours 17 minutes)*

  • Pre-Course Assessment (8 minutes)
  • Module 1: Seeking Treatment (14+ minutes)
  • Module 2: Starting Individualized Treatment (17+ minutes)
  • Module 3: Cognitions and Depression  (14+ minutes)
  • Module 4: Emotions and Depression (14+ minutes)
  • Module 5: Behavior and Depression (18+ minutes)
  • Module 6: Tools for Behavioral Activation (14+ minutes)
  • Module 7: Ending Treatment and Preventing Relapse (20+ minutes)
  • Theory Tank (10+ minutes)
  • Post-Course Assessment (8 minutes)

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit

  • Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes)
  • (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Videos for Learner and Learner’s Clients
  • (OPTIONAL) Written assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification

*NOTE: Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and voiceover.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

For more information on CE credits for this course, please click here.

For information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com or call (615) 712-8810.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.


PREREQUISITE(S): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach
NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 3 hours. 

Course Creation Date: 2/27/20
  • Enrolled students: 2467
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia
  • Enrolled students: 1816

Yes, cognitive behavioral therapy can be used to treat sleeping problems! This course is packed full of strategies that may help clients to experience better quality and duration of sleep. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia teaches how to modify the cognitive, behavioral, and emotive symptoms of sleep disorders using techniques like sleep restriction, stimulus control, and psychoeducation on sleep hygiene. You can use these techniques to help a variety of clients who find it difficult to fall and stay asleep. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length: 2 hours and 15 min.
  • Course Includes: 6 modules with over 20 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Refresher Videos: 2 provider videos to highlight key concepts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia.
  • Client Videos: 2 companion videos for your clients specifically designed to reinforce skills learned in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia treatment. Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate 
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach 
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components
  • Cost: $75/year

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

Course Learning Competencies:

What the learner should be able to do upon course completion:

  1. Differentiate subclinical sleep issues from Insomnia Disorder in order to correctly diagnose insomnia.
  2. Teach your client the importance and practice of proper sleep hygiene habits.
  3. Explain and assign the CBT-I techniques of sleep restriction and stimulus control to your client.

Course Learning Objectives:

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Identify cognitive, emotional and behavioral factors in your client’s life that contribute to their insomnia.
  2. Explain the CBT specific interventions for treating insomnia.
  3. Develop relapse prevention strategies specific to insomnia.


TIMED COURSE OUTLINE

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 1 hour 49 minutes)*

  • Pre-Course Assessment (10 minutes)
  • Module 1: Identifying Insomnia (24+ minutes)
  • Module 2: Curbing Insomnia: Sleep Restriction and Stimulus Control (12+ minutes)
  • Module 3: The Significance of Sleep Hygiene (16+ minutes)
  • Module 4: Curbing Insomnia: Second-Line Intervention Techniques (11+ minutes)
  • Module 5: Cognitive Restructuring for Insomnia Disorder (9+ minutes)
  • Module 6: Retaining Skills and Preventing Relapse (10+ minutes)
  • Theory Tank (7+ minutes)
  • Post-Course Assessment (10 minutes)

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit

  • Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes)
  • (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Videos for Learner and Learner’s Clients
  • (OPTIONAL) Written assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification

*NOTE: Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and voiceover. 


CONTINUING EDUCATION

For more information on CE credits for this course, please click here.

For information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com or call (615) 712-8810.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.


PREREQUISITE(S): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach
NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes. 

Course Creation Date: 2/27/20
  • Enrolled students: 1816
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Adaptations for Adolescents
  • Enrolled students: 1807

If you have adolescent clients that you feel could benefit from learning cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, this course is for you. Because many mental disorders manifest during adolescence, it is important to provide effective therapy in a way that younger clients will find helpful. Cognitive behavioral therapy can be used to treat clients of all ages. In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Adaptations for Adolescents, you will learn how to develop a rapport with your younger client, appropriately include their parents or guardians in the treatment process, navigate issues of confidentiality, and analyze the developmental factors that affect your client. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length: 2 hours 
  • Course Includes: 3 modules with over 20 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Refresher Videos: 2 provider videos to highlight key concepts in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Adaptations for Adolescents.
  • Client Videos: 3 companion videos for your clients specifically designed to reinforce skills learned in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Adaptations for Adolescents. Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Intermediate 
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach 
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components
  • Cost: $75/year

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

Course Learning Competencies:

What the learner should be able to do upon course completion:

  1. Build and maintain therapeutic rapport with your adolescent client.
  2. Incorporate your client’s family or school support system in therapy as appropriate.
  3. Adapt CBT principles to adapt to a wide range of adolescent needs.

Course Learning Objectives:

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Summarize developmental factors related to adolescents.
  2. Create strategies to help your client engage and stay motivated to continue therapy.
  3. Develop a rapport with your client’s parents or guardians and include them in treatment as appropriate.

TIMED COURSE OUTLINE

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 1 hour 54 minutes)*

  • Pre-Course Assessment (10 minutes)
  • Module 1: The Basics (20+ minutes)
  • Module 2: Practical Tips for Working with Adolescents (31+ minutes)
  • Module 3: Partnering with Parents (34+ minutes)
  • Theory Tank (8+ minutes)
  • Post-Course Assessment (10 minutes)

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit

  • Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes)
  • (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Videos for Learner and Learner’s Clients
  • (OPTIONAL) Written assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification

*NOTE: Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and voiceover.


CONTINUING EDUCATION

For more information on CE credits for this course, please click here.

For information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com or call (615) 712-8810.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.


PREREQUISITE(S): Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach 
NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations.

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 2  hours. 

Course Creation Date: 2/27/20
  • Enrolled students: 1807
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Reducing Suicide Risk
  • Enrolled students: 2166

Mental health professionals and healthcare providers make up a large part of the front line of defense against suicide. This course was created to equip you as a clinician to not only bring up the topic of suicide with your clients but also help them prepare for and manage suicidal crises through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Reducing Suicide Risk starts by showing how to promote client engagement while screening for and assessing suicide risk. Then it moves forward to provide cognitive, behavioral and emotional focused strategies to treating suicide risk. The course finishes with discussions on ways that you as a clinician can handle your own self-care and protect yourself against burnout and secondary trauma. Throughout its three modules, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Reducing Suicide Risk uses a selection of learning tools such as live filmed role plays, instructive animations and interactive assessments that will enable you to address the difficult topic of suicide with empathically. With the support of subject matter experts, printable resources and supplemental videos, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Reducing Suicide Risk will prove an invaluable asset to your practice. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not receive credit for this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations. 


LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length:  3 hrs. and 30 mins.
  • CE Credits: 3.50 continuing education hours for social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, physicians, and nurses / 2.75 continuing education hours for counselors
  • Course Includes: 3 modules consisting of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more 
  • Refresher Videos: 2 provider videos to highlight key concepts
  • Supplementary PDFs: 16 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers (licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, licensed psychologists, licensed marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists, behavioral health nurses); Physicians; Nurses
  • Level of Instruction: Advanced
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components. In order to request further accessibility accommodations, please email support@psychhub.com.
  • REGISTRATION: To enroll in this or any other Psych Hub course, go to lms.psychhub.com, click “Log In” to create a new account or access your existing account, return to lms.psychhub.com to access a list of courses, click the title of the course in which you are interested, and follow the instructions on the page.

*Disclaimer: This course is intended for providers who are licensed or pursuing licensure, as listed above in the target audiences. The education provided in this course is one step toward competency in using the clinical intervention(s) described, but it should be combined with additional supervision, consultation, and/or training. Completion of this course does not give you permission to consider the specific populations, treatment approaches, or clinical concerns as within the scope of your practice capabilities. It is recommended that you consult the appropriate jurisdictions, licensing bodies, and professional code of ethics relevant to your specific licensure type to determine further action needed prior to implementing any of these clinical interventions or treating any of the clinical concerns or presenting issues depicted in the course.

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS
Course Objectives

What the learner should be able to describe and employ upon course completion:

    1. Explain the following elements of the first phase of treatment for reducing suicide risk: obtaining client engagement, screening and assessing risk, uncovering the suicide story, developing a Hope Kit, treatment planning, and identifying treatment goals. 

    2. Demonstrate competency in utilizing the following middle-phase interventions, with competencies in behavioral, cognitive, and emotion-focused interventions.

    3. Summarize a plan for terminating treatment, including the five steps of the relapse prevention task, skill reinforcement, treatment reflection, and booster sessions.

MODULE OVERVIEWS:

Module 1: First Phase of Treatment

Client engagement, screening and assessing for risk, suicide story, safety planning, psychoeducation, case

conceptualization, general knowledge related to treating clients at risk of suicide, and evidence for cognitive

behavioral therapy for reducing suicide risk.

Module 2: Middle Phase of Treatment

Behavioral interventions, cognitive interventions, emotion-focused interventions, and challenges of working with

clients at risk of suicide.

Module 3: Final Phase of Treatment

Relapse prevention, final tasks, continuation phase, and preventing and addressing secondary trauma related to

working with clients at risk of suicide.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This continuing education activity is provided through a collaboration between Psych Hub and AffinityCE. Through this collaboration, this activity will provide continuing education for physicians and nurses; through Psych Hub’s  independent accreditation, this activity will provide continuing education for psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, and counselors.

For inquiries regarding CE policies related to CMEs or CNEs, please contact ce@affinityced.com.

For inquiries regarding CE policies related to CEs for psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, and counselors, or for more information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES:

To view our Refund Policy, click here.

To view our Grievance Policy, click here.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 3.25 hours. 
The number of CE credits roughly corresponds with the length of the course in hours. 

Course Creation Date: 5/14/20

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  • Enrolled students: 2166
Counseling on Access to Lethal Means
  • Enrolled students: 2160

Thoughts of suicide and the impulse to die can escalate quickly, but they often fade and may never arise again. This course teaches mental health professionals and healthcare providers about lethal means counseling, which helps ensure that clients can make it through suicidal crises alive and access the support they need. Counseling on Access to Lethal Means starts by discussing statistical trends in suicide rates in the United States, why it makes a difference to reduce access to lethal means, and the lethality of various methods of suicide. Then, the course covers the basics of lethal means counseling, how to discuss safe storage of firearms and medications with clients, and other tips for staying safe during a suicidal crisis. The course finishes with a series of case studies demonstrating counseling on access to lethal means in action. Throughout its three modules, Counseling on Access to Lethal Means uses a selection of learning tools such as live filmed role plays, instructive animations, and interactive assessments. With the support of subject matter experts, printable resources, and supplemental videos, Counseling on Access to Lethal Means will prove an invaluable asset to your practice. NOTE: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations—A Skills-Based Approach is a prerequisite for this course. You will not have access to this course unless you have first completed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations. 

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length:  2 hrs. and 27 mins.
  • CE Credits: 2.25 continuing education hours for social workers, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, physicians, and nurses / 1.50 continuing education hours for counselors
  • Course Includes: 3 modules consisting of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more 
  • Refresher Videos: 8 provider videos to highlight key concepts
  • Supplementary PDFs: 15 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers (licensed professional counselors, licensed clinical social workers, licensed psychologists, licensed marriage and family therapists, psychiatrists, behavioral health nurses); Physicians; Nurses
  • Level of Instruction: Advanced
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components. In order to request further accessibility accommodations, please email support@psychhub.com.
  • REGISTRATION: To enroll in this or any other Psych Hub course, go to lms.psychhub.com, click “Log In” to create a new account or access your existing account, return to lms.psychhub.com to access a list of courses, click the title of the course in which you are interested, and follow the instructions on the page.
  • Cost: $75/year

*Disclaimer: This course is intended for providers who are licensed or pursuing licensure, as listed above in the target audiences. The education provided in this course is one step toward competency in using the clinical intervention(s) described, but it should be combined with additional supervision, consultation, and/or training. Completion of this course does not give you permission to consider the specific populations, treatment approaches, or clinical concerns as within the scope of your practice capabilities. It is recommended that you consult the appropriate jurisdictions, licensing bodies, and professional code of ethics relevant to your specific licensure type to determine further action needed prior to implementing any of these clinical interventions or treating any of the clinical concerns or presenting issues depicted in the course.

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS
Course Objectives

What the learner should be able to describe and employ upon course completion:

    1. Summarize the relationship between reducing access to lethal means and lowered mortality rates.

    2. Compare the effects of helpful versus unhelpful language when talking about firearms with an at-risk client.

    3. Describe the use of evidence based communication techniques in session to help at-risk clients reduce their access to lethal means.

MODULE OVERVIEWS:

Module 1: Why Means Matter

Trends in suicide rates in the U.S., focusing on the “how”, why means matter, suicidal crises, lethality of methods, ambivalence, long-term survival, why firearms matter most, and CALM as it applies to Robert’s story.

Module 2: CALM Basics and Filmed Clinical Sessions

Lethal means counseling for firearms, establishing common ground, overview of lethal means counseling, when to address the topic of suicide and lethal means, indication for lethal means safety counseling, limits to the screen &  treat model, suicide plans, motivational interviewing, language and collaboration matters, firearm storage, firearms and behavioral objectives, enlisting others in reducing access, when a client is a minor, CALM as it applies to Jason’s story,  guns for self-defense, managing anxiety, reintroducing lethal means, lethal means counseling for medications, safer prescribing, speaking with patients, other methods, CALM as it applies to Delia’s story, and documentation of the plan  and follow-up.

Module 3: Virtual Role-Plays

CALM as it applies to Shane’s, Ramon’s, Lin’s, Carol and Mitch’s, and Harold’s stories.

CONTINUING EDUCATION:

This continuing education activity is provided through a collaboration between Psych Hub and AffinityCE. Through this collaboration, this activity will provide continuing education for physicians and nurses; through Psych Hub’s  independent accreditation, this activity will provide continuing education for psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, and counselors.

For inquiries regarding CE policies related to CMEs or CNEs, please contact ce@affinityced.com.

For inquiries regarding CE policies related to CEs for psychologists, marriage and family therapists, social workers, and counselors, or for more information on Psych Hub's continuing education programs, email ce@psychhub.com.

REFUNDS & GRIEVANCES:

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DISCLOSURES:

Catherine Barber has had the following relationships with non-profit organizations within the past two years: payment as a SME on a lethal means counseling course for American Academy of Pediatrics; payment as a SME on a lethal  means safety intervention for New York Foundation; payment as a SME for a report on Firearm Data Infrastructure Needs in the US for Rand; position partially supported by the Joyce Foundation and the National Collaborative on Gun  Violence Research at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health.

Elaine Frank has no relevant disclosures to make.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST RESOLUTION:

Conflicts of interest have been resolved through peer review of content by a non-conflicted reviewer.

COMMERCIAL SUPPORT:

No commercial support was provided for this activity.

CONTINUING EDUCATION ACCREDITATIONS: 

Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)  through the joint providership of AffinityCE and Psych Hub. AffinityCE is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AffinityCE designates this live activity for a maximum of 2.25 hour of AMA PRA Category 1  Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)

Nurse CE is provided for this program through collaboration between Psych Hub and AffinityCE. AffinityCE is accredited as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the  American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). This activity provides 2.25 contact hour of nurse CE credit. American Psychological Association (APA)  Psych Hub is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Psych Hub maintains responsibility for this program and its content.  Psychologists completing this course receive 2.25 continuing education credits.

Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)

Psych Hub, #1750, is approved to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Organizations, not individual courses, are approved as ACE  providers. State and provincial regulatory boards have the final authority to determine whether an individual course may be accepted for continuing education credit. Psych Hub maintains responsibility for this course. ACE provider approval period: 08/20/2020  – 08/20/2021. Social workers completing this course receive 2.25 clinical continuing education credits.

California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

Course meets the qualifications for 2.25 hours of continuing education credit for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and/or LEPs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. Psych Hub is  approved by the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists to sponsor continuing education for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs. Psych Hub maintains responsibility for this  program/course and its content. CAMFT Approval #1000074.

National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)

Psych Hub has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7051. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Psych Hub is solely  responsible for all aspects of the programs. Counselors completing this course receive 1.50 continuing education hours.

CE CREDIT CALCULATION:

ACCME, ANCC, APA, CAMFT, & ASWB Credit Calculation

Continuing education credits for physicians, nurses, psychologists, social workers, and marriage and family therapists are calculated by averaging pilot test times, rounded down to the nearest quarter hour. This allows for inclusion of  interactive elements (e.g., assessments) and learner variance. However, regardless of pilot test times, the number of continuing education credits will never exceed 2 hours more than the combined video and voiceover length.

Average Pilot Test Length: 2 hours 27 minutes

NBCC Credit Calculation

Continuing education hours for counselors are calculated by summing the length of all course videos and voiceover, rounded up to the nearest quarter hour. This does NOT include time taken to complete interactive elements of the  course.

Combined Video and Voiceover Length: 1 hour 13 minutes

TIMED COURSE OUTLINE:

Since the course is interactive and each learner will proceed at their own pace, timing is not exact. These are approximations based on average pre/post-test time of pilot testers as well as the run-time of course videos and  voiceover. This course does not have to be completed in one session.

Course Activities for CE Credit (≥ 1 hour 40 minutes)

● Pre-Course Assessment (~10 minutes) [EXCLUDED FROM ACTIVITIES FOR NBCC CREDIT]

● Module 1: Why Means Matter (20+ minutes)

● Module 2: CALM Basics and Filmed Clinical Sessions (47+ minutes)

● Module 3: Virtual Role-Plays (6+ minutes)

● Post-Course Assessment (~17 minutes) [EXCLUDED FROM ACTIVITIES FOR NBCC CREDIT]

Course Activities NOT for CE Credit

● Participant Evaluation (5-10 minutes)

● (OPTIONAL) Supplementary Video Review

● (OPTIONAL) Written assignment to earn Psych Hub Certification

Course Completion Requirements

To complete the course, learners must do the following:

● Take the pre-course assessment (no score requirements)

● Review all modules

● Take the post-course assessment (passing score: 85% or higher*)

● Complete the course evaluation

*Learners may attempt the post-course assessment up to three times to earn a passing score. If a learner does not earn a score of at least 85% on their third attempt, they will not receive credit for the course.

Obtaining Certificates of Completion

After completing the pre-course assessment, reviewing all modules, completing the post-course assessment with a score of at least 85%, and completing the participant evaluation, learners will automatically receive a certificate of  completion.

DISCLAIMER: Psych Hub receives financial support from organizations in the healthcare industry, but these entities do not control or direct course content. For more information on our Conflicts of Interest Policy, find it by navigating to the footer of our website.

This course does not have to be completed in one session. The course length is approximately 2.50 hours. 
The number of CE credits roughly corresponds with the length of the course in hours. 

Course Creation Date: 6/7/20

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series Bundle
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Welcome to the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series Bundle! This bundle includes all of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Learning Hubs with Companion Videos. Upon enrollment, you will gain access to the learning hubs and begin your journey towards Psych Hub CBT Certification!

SERIES OVERVIEW:

  • Courses Include: Modules with over 40 components in each module (components consist of a mixed media approach with roleplays, video interviews with subject matter experts, animation explainer videos, knowledge games and more). 
  • Client Videos: Over 120 mental health literacy videos for clients on a host of mental health topics.
  • Target Audience: Mental Health Providers 
  • Level of Instruction: Introductory and Intermediate
  • Prerequisite: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Foundations: A Skills-Based Approach
  • Instructional Method: Self-paced, interactive, hybrid of audio, text, video, and learning checks 
  • Accessibility Accommodations: Closed captioning of all audio and video components

SERIES OUTLINE

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