The Tulane School of Social Work is constantly working to offer our alumni and community members a diverse offering of CEUs throughout the year.
Upcoming CEU events are listed below!
EMDR Therapy Basic Training: Part II
July 21-23, 2017
The School of Social Work's a three-day EMDR training for social workers, presented by Carol Miles, LCSW, from Wednesday, May 10 through Friday, May 13 in Room 349 at the Tulane School of Social Work, located at 127 Elk Place.
Learning Objectives for the Course:
Learning objectives for the course:
- Describe strategies to identify and effectively resolve problem areas in the utilization of EMDR
- Describe protocols for closing down incomplete sessions
- Describe a treatment plan to choose and prioritize targets appropriate for EMDR treatment
- Describe strategies for dealing with highly emotional responses
- Describe strategies for dealing with dissociative symptoms and phobias
- Describe strategies to treat more complex trauma-related disorders
Limited partial scholarships are available ($100-$200) for students and non-profits.
This process is separate from registration and selection will be completed in April.
If interested, please e-mail Parker Sternbergh for further details and requirements.
CEU Lunch Series: Thursday, May 11
Join us at Tulane School of Social Work for one (1) free CEU at the continuing Trauma Lunch Time Series!
When: Thursday, May 11 from 12 - 1 p.m.
Where: Room 343 in the Tulane School of Social Work building (127 Elk Place)
"Innocent Until Proven Muslim: Institutionalized Islamophobia in the War on Terror"
Maha Hilal, PhD
Co-PI of the Torture Trauma Treatments Project with the American Psychological Association
What is it like to be discriminated against because of how you look or how you pray? In the context of the War on Terror, Muslim-Americans have been directly targeted by U.S. counter-terrorism policies based on the rationale of "collective responsibility." Drawing on her extensive research, Dr. Maha Hilal will focus on the ways in which Muslims have been criminalized by virtue of their religious and racialized identity and subjected to a separate system of justice. She will also describe the mental health consequences of physical confinement and other conditions under which the Muslims have been held during the "War on Terror."
1 CEU credit will be available
For more information about the Center For Life-Long Learning or to suggest future CEU events, contact the center's Assistant Director Parker Sternbergh at email@example.com or call 504-231-6618.