Social Workers Continuing Education Courses

Earn Social Work CEU Credits, OASAS & Psychodrama Credits

Course Title

Objectives

Contact hours

Introduction to the Use of Psychodramatic Techniques
in the Treatment of Alcoholism
by Social Workers
  • Demonstrate effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate action techniques for a recovering population
  • Understanding the mechanics of prepping a group or client for therapeutic work with action techniques
  • Demonstrate and instruct the understanding of the benefits and potential hazards of these powerful techniques
7.0
The Use of Role Play and Psychodramatic Techniques
in the Ongoing Individual
and Group Treatment of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse by Social Workers
  • Demonstration of effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate assessment, action counseling and role playing techniques used in individual and group treatment
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful treatment
  • Demonstration of the following assessment techniques (essence page, social atom of substances, people, places and things, spectrogram and essence page of substances, empty chair substances, intra-psychic psychodramatic triangle, sculpting)
  • Demonstration of individual and group treatment action techniques (sculpting, intra-psychic psychodramatic triangle, empty chair, role play, psychodramatic role play techniques, journaling, difficult themes role play and appropriate recovery role training)
  • Instruction of the theory and rationale of these treatment techniques
7.0
The Use of Role Play and Psychodramatic Techniques
in Supervision and Training (Critical Incident and Relapse Prevention Models) by Social Workers
  • Demonstration of effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate action techniques used in supervision and training
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful supervisory techniques
7.0
The use of Role Play, Experiential and Psychodramatic Techniques in the Treatment of Adolescent Alcoholism and Substance Abuse by Social Workers
  • Demonstration of effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate assessment, action counseling and role playing techniques used in the treatment of adolescent alcohol and substance abuse
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful treatment techniques
  • Demonstration of the following assessment techniques (social atom of substances, people, places and things, image of alcohol, essence page of alcohol, empty chair of alcohol)
  • Instruction of the theoretical and rationale understanding of these treatment techniques
7.0
Role Play in Social Work Individual & Group Treatment
  • Demonstrate effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate assessment, action counseling and role playing techniques used in individual and group treatment
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful treatment techniques
  • Demonstration of the following assessment techniques (essence page, social atom of people, places and things, spectrogram, intra-psychic psychodramatic triangle, sculpting)
  • Demonstration of individual and group treatment action techniques (sculpting, intra-psychic psychodramatic triangle, empty chair, role play, journaling, difficult themes role play and appropriate recovery role training)
  • Instruction of the theory and rationale of these treatment techniques, warm-ups and group closure techniques
7.0
Role Play in Social Work Individual & Group Supervision
  • Demonstrate effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate action techniques used in individual and group supervision
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful supervisory techniques
7.0
Role Play in Psychoeducational Training
  • Demonstrate effective, responsible and diagnostically appropriate action techniques used in psychoeducational training
  • Demonstration of a gradual warm-up in breakout groups that develops a safe, supportive, productive, effective role play and discussion
  • Instruction and the rationale benefits and potential hazards of these powerful psychoeducational training techniques
7.0

Updated: Nov. 2015

 

George Biglin, LCSW SW CPE, TEP is recognized by the New York State
Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved
provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0235

 

Comments are closed.