Mental Health Ally Series
  • Enrolled students: 75

Welcome to the Mental Health Ally Series Bundle! This bundle includes all of the Mental Health Ally Learning Hubs. Upon enrollment, you will gain access to the learning hubs and begin your journey towards Mental Health Ally Certification!

  • Enrolled students: 75
Mental Health Competency 3: Substance Use Awareness
  • Enrolled students: 77
Substance use and its connection to mental health is a critically important topic. In Mental Health Competency 3Substance Use Awareness, you will gain insight into some of the most commonly used types of substances, risk and protective factors for substance use, and practical ways you can help someone find support that can lead to recovery.  Based on up-to-date statistics from governing bodies and relevant scholarly articles, this course provides a deeper understanding of substance use disorders and various treatment options. Completing the Mental Health Competency 3: Substance Use Awareness course will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. The instructional design is learner-focused and approachable to nearly all individuals with an interest in improving their competency in substance use awareness. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before taking any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

  • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour
  • Course Includes: 3 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with lived experience videos, animation explainer videos and a knowledge game). 
  • Companion Videos: 10 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
  • Downloadable PDFs: 6 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
  • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
  • 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: $35

COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

Course Learning Objectives:

What the learner should know upon course completion:

  1. Relate three substances that are commonly used, and the various risk factors that contribute to the development of substance use disorders.
  2. Summarize practical skills that can be used when responding to someone who may have a substance use disorder. The summary must cover communication skills, using the Stages of Change as a guide for how to help most effectively, and the various treatment options and forms of support that are available.


      COURSE OUTLINE 

      • Pre-Course Assessment
      • What Are Substance Use Disorders?
      • What is Addiction?
      • Diagnostic Criteria
      • Substances
      • Dispelling Stigma
      • Risk and Protective Factors
      • States of Change
      • Warning Signs
      • Help and Hope
      • Knowledge Check
      • Discussion Summary
      • References
      • Post-Course Assessment


      CONTINUING EDUCATION

      COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

      In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

      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 1 hour. 

      Course Creation Date: 8/31/20


      • Enrolled students: 77
      Understanding and Overcoming Bias
      • Enrolled students: 81
      We all have biases whether we are aware of them or not. While these biases may seem innocent, they can cause problems to arise. In this course, titled Understanding and Overcoming Bias, you will learn how bias impacts people’s interactions with each other. The course begins with a discussion on what bias is, how it manifests, and its different types. The course then moves into relevant discussions on the intersection between bias and mental health. You will learn practical tips for overcoming bias and taking action within your community. The Understanding and Overcoming Bias course will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. The course provides engaging learning based on current research and relevant articles while utilizing the most recent techniques in online learning. We hope that the information in this course will cause a ripple effect in not only your life but in the lives of those around you. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before beginning this course and any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

      LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

      • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour 
      • Course Includes: 11 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with an animated overview video, a subject matter expert fireside chat, role plays, and a knowledge game). 
      • Companion Videos: 6 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
      • Downloadable PDFs: 6 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
      • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
      • 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: $35

      COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

      Learning Objectives:

      What the learner should know upon course completion

      1. Define and provide examples of implicit bias, explicit bias, cultural bias, positive bias, internalized bias, and institutional bias
      2. Discuss ways in which bias impacts mental health
      3. Give examples of how implicit bias and its outcomes can be mitigated within individuals and organizations

      COURSE OUTLINE 

      • Pre-Course Assessment
      • Introduction
      • What is Bias?
      • The Formulation of Bias
      • Bias and Discrimination
      • How Bias Manifests
      • The Impact of Discrimination and Bias on Mental Health
      • Overcoming Bias
      • Take Action
      • Workplace Strategies
      • Discussion Summary
      • References
      • Post-Course Assessment


      CONTINUING EDUCATION

      COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

      In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

      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 1 hour.  

      Course Creation Date: 8/28/20 


      • Enrolled students: 81
      Mental Health Competency 2: Common Conditions
      • Enrolled students: 75
      An important part of increasing your mental health competency is being able to recognize common mental health conditions and help people to find the support they need. In Mental Health Competency 2: Common Conditions you will learn information that may be vital in helping people who experience mental health disorders to find support in managing their symptoms. This course is an engaging part of the Mental Health Ally series and provides engaging learning based on current research and relevant articles while utilizing the most recent techniques in online learning. Completing the Mental Health Competency 2: Common Conditions course will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before taking any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

      LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

      • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour
      • Course Includes: 16 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with lived experience videos, animation explainer videos and a knowledge game). 
      • Companion Videos: 17 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
      • Downloadable PDFs: 4 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
      • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
      • 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: $35

      COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

      Course Learning Objectives:

      What the learner should know upon course completion:

      1. Describe at least three of the five common mental health conditions covered within this course. The description must include a common definition of each condition and three accompanying symptoms. 
      2. Summarize at least three practical tips that can be implemented when interacting with friends, loved ones or colleagues who may be struggling with a mental health condition.


          COURSE OUTLINE 

          • Pre-Course Assessment
          • A Brief History of Mental Care
          • Facts About Mental Health
          • What Causes Mental Illness?
          • Dispelling Stigma
          • Understanding the DSM5
          • Discussion of the Most Common Disorders
          • Depression
          • Bipolar Disorder
          • Anxiety Disorders
          • Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders
          • Psychotic Disorders
          • Other Common Mental Health Disorders
          • General Warning Signs
          • Practical Ways to Help and Treatment Options
          • Language Matters
          • Expressing Concern
          • Knowledge Check
          • Discussion Summary
          • References
          • Post-Course Assessment
          •  

          CONTINUING EDUCATION

          COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

          In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

          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 1 hour. 

          Course Creation Date: 8/27/20


          • Enrolled students: 75
          Diversity and Mental Health
          • Enrolled students: 79
          Although many people feel like they understand the concept of diversity, it is a very nuanced topic. This course on Diversity and Mental Health is tailored to provide a detailed description of l the different types of diversity, how negative reactions to diversity affect many people’s mental health, and how to promote inclusion instead. After finishing this course, you will be able to describe both diversity and intersectionality, as well as ways in which inequality and discrimination manifest. This course is based on current research and utilizes online learning techniques to provide valuable information on diversity and its relationship with mental health. Completing the Diversity and Mental Health course will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before beginning this course and any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

          LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

          • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour 
          • Course Includes: 10 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with an animated overview video, a subject matter expert fireside chat, role plays, and a knowledge game). 
          • Companion Videos: 6 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
          • Downloadable PDFs: 7 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics 
          • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
          • 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: $35

          COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

          Learning Objectives:

          What the learner should know upon course completion

          1. Describe different types of diversity, intersectionality, and ways in which inequality and discrimination manifest.
          2. Critically appraise the relationship between diversity and mental health.

          COURSE OUTLINE 


          CONTINUING EDUCATION

          COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

          In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

          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 1 hour.  

          Course Creation Date: 8/31/20 



          • Enrolled students: 79
          Motivational Interviewing: Communication Basics
          • Enrolled students: 76
          Motivational Interviewing: Communication Basics is part of the Mental Health Ally series and covers four communication techniques commonly utilized in the evidence-based practice of  Motivational Interviewing. This course provides constructive training by utilizing live-filmed videos and engaging activities that allow the learner to practice what they’ve learned. Based on up-to-date information, this course was created for anyone who wants to build their conversational skills and become a listener who can help others both clarify their goals and self-discover what may be holding them back from reaching those goals. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before beginning this course and any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

          LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

          • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour 
          • Course Includes: 18 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with an animated overview video, a subject matter expert fireside chat, role plays, and a knowledge game). 
          • Companion Videos: 5 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
          • Downloadable PDFs: 3 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
          • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
          • 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: $35

          COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

          Learning Objectives:

          What the learner should know upon course completion

          1. Demonstrate knowledge related to asking open ended questions and affirming what is heard while communicating with others.
          2. Describe the critical steps to reflectively listen and summarize conversations in order to facilitate communication while addressing ambivalence and initiating change.
          3. Critically appraise correct and incorrect strategies of communicating with others using motivational interviewing techniques

          COURSE OUTLINE 

          • Pre Course Assessment 
          • What is Motivational Interviewing? 
          • Non-Clinical Application of Motivational Interviewing Communication Skills
          • Key Factors of Motivational Interviewing
          • Communication Techniques
          • Open Ended Questions
          • Affirmation 
          • Reflective Listening
          • Summarizing 
          • Jennifer’s Conversation Wrap Up 
          • Final Do’s and Don’ts 
          • Summary of Motivational Interviewing Techniques
          • Post Course Assessment 


          CONTINUING EDUCATION

          COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

          In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

          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 1 hour.  

          Course Creation Date: 8/11/20 


          • Enrolled students: 76
          Safety Planning
          • Enrolled students: 81
          The Safety Planning course is part of the Mental Health Ally Series and covers the topic of safety planning, for instances of intimate partner violence and suicidal ideation. Although Safety Planning is a standalone course, it is best taken after the Suicidal Behavior Competency course as it both furthers its content and offers practical ways to help others who are at risk for suicide. Completing the Safety Planning course will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. This course was created for those who want to help someone in their life who is in an abusive relationship, or who is experiencing suicidal ideation. Based on up-to-date statistics from governing bodies and relevant scholarly articles, this course is full of learner-focused activities, live-filmed videos, and attractive animations.  NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before beginning this course and any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.


          LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

          • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour 
          • Course Includes: 14 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with an animated overview video, a subject matter expert fireside chat, role plays, and a knowledge game). 
          • Companion Videos: 10 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
          • Downloadable PDFs: 4 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
          • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
          • 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: $35

          COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

          Learning Objectives:

          What the learner should know upon course completion:

          1. Describe at least three key considerations before developing an intimate partner violence safety plan and two factors in writing the safety plan. The description must include how roles differ and safety plan uniqueness. The safety plan factors' description must include aspects of both emotional and physical safety.  
          2. Summarize suicide risk assessment including four questions that serve as a screener for identifying suicide risk. The summary must include one key consideration to developing a safety plan for suicide and four steps to include in writing the safety plan.


              COURSE OUTLINE 

              • Pre Course Assessment 
              • Introduction
              • What is a Safety Plan?
              • Intimate Partner Violence
              • Common Myths Often Associated with Intimate Partner Violence
              • Key Considerations for Developing a Safety Plan
              • Developing a Safety Plan
              • Additional Factors of a Safety Plan
              • Suicidal Ideation
              • Risk and Protective Factors Associated with Suicide
              • Common Myths about Suicide
              • Assessing for Suicide Risk
              • Creating a Safety Plan
              • Summary
              • Post Course Assessment 


              CONTINUING EDUCATION

              COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

              In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

              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 1 hour.  

              Course Creation Date: 7/31/20 

              Last modified: Thursday, May 28, 2020, 4:32 PM

              • Enrolled students: 81
              Suicidal Behavior Competency
              • Enrolled students: 103
              The Suicidal Behavior Competency course is in the Mental Health Ally Series. The main topics covered in this course include a discussion on the nature of suicide and its prevalence rates as well as an overview of the risks and protective factors associated with suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Completing Suicidal Behavior Competency will take approximately 60-80 minutes of continuous learning time. The course was created using up-to-date statistics from governing bodies and relevant scholarly articles on the topic of suicide. The instructional design is learner-focused and approachable, including reflection activities, live-filmed videos of lived experiences, and engaging animations. Learners will discover the warning signs of those who may be at risk for suicide, as well as ways to connect those at risk to services that can help. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before beginning this course and any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.


              LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

              • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour 
              • Course Includes: 13 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with lived experience videos and animation explainer videos). 
              • Companion Videos: 8 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
              • Downloadable PDFs: 5 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
              • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
              • 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: $35

              COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

              Learning Objectives:

              What the learner should know upon course completion:

              1.  Summarize the nature of suicide, prevalence rates, and the risk and protective factors associated with suicidal ideation and behaviors. 
              2. Relate the warning signs of those who may be at risk for suicide to ways to connect these persons to national and community services.


                  COURSE OUTLINE 

                  • Pre Course Assessment 
                  • Introduction 
                  • Defining Suicidal Behaviors: Suicidal Thoughts, Plans, and Attempts 
                  • Myths and Stigma 
                  • Risk Factors 
                  • Protective Factors 
                  • Screening for Suicide Risk 
                  • Tips for Effective Communication 
                  • Postvention: Dealing with Loss 
                  • Instilling Hope 
                  • Post Course Assessment 


                  CONTINUING EDUCATION

                  COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

                  In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

                  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 1 hour.  

                  Course Creation Date: 7/10/20 

                  Last modified: Thursday, May 28, 2020, 4:32 PM

                  • Enrolled students: 103
                  Mental Health Competency 1
                  • Enrolled students: 139
                  Mental Health Competency 1 is the introductory course of the Mental Health Ally Series. The main topics of this course include a discussion on the range of severity of mental health issues, their impact on the community, and an explanation of the dangers of stigma regarding mental health. Completing Mental Health Competency 1 will take approximately 50-70 minutes of continuous learning time. The course was created using up-to-date statistics from governing bodies and relevant scholarly articles. The instructional design is learner-focused and approachable to individuals with an interest in improving their mental health competency. NOTE: We recommend completing Mental Health Competency 1 before taking any other Mental Health Ally Series courses.

                  LEARNING HUB OVERVIEW:

                  • Estimated Course Length: 1 Hour
                  • Course Includes: 11 sections with components in each section (components consist of a mixed media approach with lived experience videos, animation explainer videos and a knowledge game). 
                  • Companion Videos: 13 companion videos created for enhanced learning on key course topics in Mental Health Competency 1. Over 120 mental health literacy videos on a host of mental health topics.
                  • Downloadable PDFs: 4 downloadable PDFs expanding on relevant course topics
                  • Target Audience: Mental Health and Medical Providers, Healthcare Staff, Employers, Caregivers, Coaches, First Responders, Teachers, Attorneys, and other pertinent professionals
                  • 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: $35

                  COURSE LEARNING TARGETS

                  Course Learning Objectives:

                  What the learner should know upon course completion:

                  1. Discuss the range of severity of mental health issues and identify the impact of stigma towards mental health on individuals, families and communities.
                  2. Describe the various models and contributing risk factors that play a role in the development of mental health disorders.
                  3. Examine your personal values while learning common myths and facts about mental health.


                      COURSE OUTLINE 

                      • Pre Course Assessment 
                      • Values
                      • The Numbers
                      • The Cost 
                      • Stigma
                      • The Biopsychosocial Model
                      • Risk Factors 
                      • Protective Factors 
                      • Help and Hope
                      • Post Course Assessment 


                      CONTINUING EDUCATION

                      COMING SOON:  We are currently pursuing approval from continuing education organizations for psychologists, social workers, counselors, and other mental health professionals.

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

                      In addition to the links below, our Refund Policy and Grievance Policy can both be found by navigating to the footer of our website.

                      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 1 hour. 

                      Course Creation Date: 6/9/20

                      Last modified: Thursday, May 28, 2020, 4:32 PM

                      • Enrolled students: 139