Ethical Practices in Working with Disabled Individuals CE Training
This 3 hour CE ethics training will describe how ableism affects the mental health field and provide practical interventions so mental health professionals can engage in allyship instead of microaggressions.
Attendees will learn:
How we can practice anti-ableism with our language (and why we should say "disabled" instead of "differently abled").
How to ethically discuss disability accommodations (and why saying "let me know if there is anything I can do to help" is NOT the most effective response).
How professionals can increase disability representation in our field (and why disability representation is so low among psychologists).
This purchase includes:
A link to the training that you can view online or download and listen to on the go.
The worksheet that you need to fill out and send to email@example.com for your to receive your CE credit.
A free (optional) Q&A session with Melissa!
What is the free Q&A session?
In addition to the recorded CE training, I offer trainees the opportunity to virtually meet with me for up to 30 minutes to ask questions regarding the training (at no extra cost!)
Do I have to attend the free Q&A session to get CE credit?
Nope! The virtual Q&A is completely optional.
Do you offer group discounts?
Yes! The size of the discount depends on the size of your group.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about group discounts.
Do you offer student or faculty discounts?
Yes! University students and faculty members can purchase this training for $40 each.
To get your training with the student/faculty discount email confirmation of your student or faculty status (like a picture of your student ID) to email@example.com
Note: No continuing education credit will be provided if you use the student/faculty discount.
Purchasing this training indicates that you agree that all sales are final. If you experience any grievances regarding your continuing education credit process please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact form.