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Recovery Resources is an approved provider of continuing education through the Ohio Counselor, Social Work and Marriage Family Therapist Board for social workers (RSX069001) and counselors (RCX029002), the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board (50-17857) and the National Council on Problem Gambling (06/653). Many trainings are also available for nursing and health education CEUs. Our continuing education program offers credits for the following types of professionals.

  • Counselors (RCX029002)
  • Social Workers (RSX069001)
  • Chemical Dependency Counselors
  • Preventionists

For more information on our gambling training services, please see our Gambling CEUs

For questions regarding any of the trainings below, email training@recres.org or call (216) 400-7942.

All trainings offered below will be held virtually via webinar.  After you register, you will receive an email with a link to the webinar that you can add to your calendar.  Pre-registration is required and will be open up to the day before the training.

Clinical Supervision Series

The clinical supervision series is designed to meet the criteria set out by the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board for counselors seeking their supervisory designation. Participating in all four courses will meet the Board’s educational requirement for counselors. A discount is provided for participating in all four courses. However, these are stand alone courses and participation in all four courses is not required. 6 supervision CEU’s will be provided for each course. 

$100 per course or $350 for all 4

Assessment, Evaluation & Remediation: Tools for Effective Clinical Supervision

Friday, August 16th | 9-4:00pm | 6 CEUs | Cost $100

This training will cover topics of assessment and evaluation of a supervisee's overall knowledge, skills, and self-awareness. The course will include opportunities to practice using formal and informal evaluation tools to aid the supervisee in skill attainment and enhancement. 

Attending to Counselor Development within the Clinical Supervision Relationship

Friday, September 20th | 9-4:00pm | 6 CEUs | Cost $100

This training will cover models of clinical supervision with a focus on counselor development. The course will include practice and application of supervision and learning models to enhance supervisee development. 

Management & Administrative Aspects of Clinical Supervision

Friday, October 25th | 9-4:00pm | 6 CEUs | Cost $100

This training will aid in developing appropriate processes & procedures related to management & administrative aspects of clinical supervision. Participants will practice appropriate documentation, reporting processes, & supervision skills that will enhance their ability to engage in the management & administrative aspects of clinical supervision. 

Legal, Ethical and Professional Responsibilities Related to Clinical Supervision

Friday, November 15th | 9-4:00pm | 6 CEUs | Cost $100

This training includes a review of the legal and ethical issues associated with clinical supervision. Participants will have an opportunity to learn the rules, laws, and ethics associated with the responsibility of clinical supervision.

Case Management and Helping Professional Series

This series is designed for case managers and those newer to the helping profession. The series addresses the basic competencies for Qualified Behavioral Health Specialists. All attendees will receive a certificate of participation. The series includes: Professional Boundaries; Understanding Mental Health Signs and Symptoms; Professional Communication; Clinical Documentation and Medical Necessity; Treatment Resources and Coordinating with the Treatment Team and Multiple Systems; and Vicarious Trauma and Self-Care. 

*Please note these are NOT CEU trainings. No CEUs are available for these trainings.  A discount is provided for participating in all six courses. However, these are standalone courses and participation in all six courses is not required. 

$10 per course or $50 for all 6

Professional Boundaries

Friday, August 2nd | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

Balancing compassion and professionalism can be hard. In this presentation attendees will learn about strategies for showing care and compassion to those with mental health concerns while protecting their own wellbeing. It is possible to balance our desire to help with empowering instead of enabling and this interactive presentation will provide attendees a chance to ask about their real-life dilemmas.

Understanding Mental Health Signs and Symptoms

Friday, August 30th | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

It can be difficult to know when the actions of others are choices or symptoms of mental health struggles. In this presentation attendees will learn about common mental health disorders and symptoms. We will also address stigma and how we in the helping profession can work to reduce stigma and promote those with mental health concerns getting the help they need.

Professional Communication

Friday, September 27th | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

As helping professionals communication is vital. Both verbal and written communication can make the difference between those with mental health concerns getting the help they need or not. In this presentation we will identify concrete strategies to speak with other helping professionals in a clear and concise way as well as strategies for communicating with those with mental health concerns to get the information necessary to be positive and helpful advocates for their wellbeing.

Clinical Documentation and Medical Necessity

Friday, November 1st | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

Documentation of the vital work helpers do with individuals with mental health concerns is necessary and important. Good documentation helps us keep track of movement in the treatment process as well as communicating to others progress individuals have made over time. This presentation will focus on the golden thread of documentation to clearly connect client needs to provider interventions. It will also address how to use language to show the work we do is medically necessary and helpful to the clients we serve.

Treatment Resources and Coordinating with the Treatment Team and Multiple Systems

Friday, November 22nd | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

People with mental health concerns have a variety of treatment options and may be involved in multiple systems due to their mental health concerns. This presentation will review various treatment options so helping professionals can be a positive resource to ensure clients have the help they need without overwhelming individuals with too many services. We will also address strategies for effectively coordinating with systems such as medical, mental health, court, and children’s services for clients who are involved with multiple systems for their multiple needs.

Vicarious Trauma and Self-Care

Friday, December 20th | 11-12:00pm | Cost $10

As helping professionals, we often place the wellbeing of others ahead of our own wellbeing. However, far too often we do not consider the personal cost of pushing ourselves to be as helpful as possible for clients living with the effects of trauma and serious mental health issues. In this presentation attendees will learn about the concepts of: compassion fatigue, vicarious traumatization and burn-out. Attendees will gain an understanding of wellness strategies and have an opportunity to practice wellness strategies.

Additional Trainings

Dual-Diagnosis: An Overview

Friday, July 19th | 9-12:15pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Co-occurring disorders, also known as dual-diagnosis, means having more than one behavioral health disorder.  Dual-diagnosis of substance use disorders and other psychiatric disorders is common. This high rate of co-occurrence supports a comprehensive approach for the identification and treatment of each disorder concurrently.  This training provides an overview of Anxiety, Mood, Psychotic, Trauma, and Substance Use Disorders from the Dual Diagnosis perspective, in addition to clinical treatment considerations. 

Motivational Interviewing

Friday, August 23rd | 12-3:15pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Change is hard. Many of the people who need help are reluctant to change due to negative experiences with being told what to do and not being heard. Motivational Interviewing provides an alternative way to interacting with clients. This collaborative, person centered approach intended to increase internal motivation while exploring and resolving ambivalence. This training will review the principles of Motivational Interviewing and the stages of change while also providing practical strategies for promoting movement in the stages of change.

Treating Anxiety Disorders

Friday, September 27th | 9-12:15pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Anxiety disorders are some of the most common mental health diagnoses in the United States. With the continued issues related to the COVID pandemic the experience of anxiety is only growing for people from all walks of life. In this training participants will become more familiar with the signs and symptoms of anxiety related disorders as well as effective treatment options for a variety of anxiety related disorders.

Vicarious Trauma and Self-Care

Friday, October 4th | 12-3:15pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

As helping professionals, we often place the wellbeing of others ahead of our own wellbeing. However, far too often we do not consider the personal cost of pushing ourselves to be as helpful as possible for clients with serious mental health issues. In this presentation attendees will learn about the concepts of: compassion fatigue, vicarious traumatization and burn-out as well as a clinician’s ethical responsibilities when they recognize professional impairment in themselves or others. The presentation also focuses on increasing attendee’s understanding of how various risk factors contribute to the potential of developing compassion fatigue and burnout. Attendees will gain an understanding of and practice wellness strategies as well as develop their own personal self-care plan.

Understanding Emergency Hospitalization & The Probate Process

Friday, October 18th | 9-12:15pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Understanding and navigating processes related to hospitalization for mental health concerns can be complex.  In this training, attendees will learn how involuntary treatment for mental illness may be initiated and delivered in the state of Ohio. 

Supervision in the Helping Profession

Friday, December 13th | 9-12:15am | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Supervisors in the helping professions wear many hats. This training will provide an overview of the various responsibilities for supervisors including assessment, setting supervision goals, monitoring, remediation, and evaluation of supervisees. We will also review professional boundaries and decision making from the supervisory standpoint. 

Thinking about taking Supervision in the Helping Profession and Ethics in the Helping Profession?  Register for the $100 bundle and save $20! 

Ethics in the Helping Profession

Friday, December 13th | 1-4:45pm | 3 CEUs | Cost $60

Ethical practice is the responsibility of all who work in the helping professions. This training will review ethical principles as well as ethical decision-making processes. This knowledge will then be used to view and discuss video clips of a therapist facing ethical dilemma in his practice. Participants will analyze these examples and discuss what they see and how they would respond.  

Thinking about taking Supervision in the Helping Profession and Ethics in the Helping Profession?  Register for the $100 bundle and save $20!