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NASW-DE is pleased to offer pre-recorded online CE courses for purchase. Any of the courses on this website will be valid for DE licensure
(1.5 Mandatory Reporting CEUs) Presented by the Department of Services for Children, Youth and their Families (DSCYF). This 1.5 hour training is designed to help mandated reporters recognize the signs of child abuse and neglect, their legal obligations related to reporting suspected abuse and neglect, and how to make a report.
(2 Clinical CEUs) This workshop focuses on how to incorporate an understanding of neuroscience into play therapy sessions with grieving children. It includes the ages and stages of development and how they impact and influence the grieving process.
(1.5 General CEUs) This workshop will teach social workers how to; heal in a healthy way mentally, emotionally, and physically; To empower social workers in addressing their physical well-being; and how to overcome the cycle of compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma within the social work profession.
(1.5 Cultural CEUs) This workshop will teach clinicians about the importance of implementing culturally competent strategies in service provision and treatment planning to maximize positive consumer outcomes. Clinicians will learn valuable lessons about developing culturally responsive attitudes and behaviors as they reflect upon and dismantle their own prejudices.
(2 General CEUs) This social skills instruction training discusses how social skills are developed and how that development can look different for individuals with autism. The training considers ways that social workers can assess and target social skills and explores evidence-based strategies that can support autistic individuals in schools.