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CREATIVE INTERVENTIONS FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
Creative Interventions for Mental Health Professionals
Packed with non-stop action, arts-based activities and ideas that will have you furiously taking notes as your clinical toolbox overflows with creative, effective interventions you can use immediately! What’s more, you’ll leave inspired to create even more!
SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING OPTIONS
Sexual Harassment Training for Mental Health Professionals in Illinois
Due to the ethical nature of our profession, the Center for Creative Arts Therapy strongly believes that training on gender identity and sexual orientation harassment is also an important aspect to Illinois' required sexual harassment training, We go above and beyond to offer you the most ethical training possible by providing an extra 1 extra hour of content, especially if you practice across state lines.
Many other states require 2 hours, not Illinois' 1 hour, of sexual harassment training. We are the first and only Illinois specific training for mental health professionals to include this ethical content.
Sexual Harassment Training for Business Owners
As a business owner, YOU are responsible for the safety and well-being of your employees. Consistent with EEOC guidelines and court decisions, Center for Creative Arts Therapy's training covers not just sexual harassment, but all forms of workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation, as well as harassment based on gender identity and expression.
Plus, you will gain access to our exclusive Online Sexual Harassment training as part of this package created exclusively for business owners.
Sexual Harassment Training for Supervisors in Illinois
Supervisors are an integral part of your work force. make sure they know what sexual harassment is; options available to report allegations of sexual harassment throughout the country; supervisor responsibilities; information about retaliation, also known as “whistle blower” protections.
As well as harassment-based gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation; penalties for sexual harassment, false reports, and interfering with, obstructing, or failing to cooperate with a sexual harassment investigation so you and your business stay in compliance with the law and keep you, your business and your employees safe.
Sexual Harassment Training: Online & Social Media
Learn all of the key details about online and social media sexual harassment. Such as information about what online sexual harassment is; the four main types of online sexual harassment; online harassment terms, how to prevent and report; what to do if you are being harassed online.
Sexual Harassment Training for Employees in Illinois
We go above and beyond in our sexual harassment training for employees in the state of Illinois. As required by some states’ laws, such as California law AB 2053 and SB 1343, the training also addresses topics such as workplace civility, bullying, and bystander intervention.
Your employees will learn what sexual harassment is; options available to report allegations of sexual harassment throughout the country; what to do if you are a witness/bystander of sexual harassment; information about retaliation, also known as “whistle blower” protections; penalties for sexual harassment, false reports, and interfering with, obstructing, or failing to cooperate with a sexual harassment investigation.
RESEARCH & ETHICS COURSE FOR DRAMA THERAPY & EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY
Artistic Inquiry: Translational Projects
For Alternate Route trainees who have already completed a three-credit, graduate-level Ethics or Research Methods class as part of their accredited clinical master’s program, it is no longer required that they take an additional 3 credits in drama or expressive arts therapy advanced electives. Instead, those trainees will (with the guidance of their Board-Certified Trainer or Expressive Arts Therapy Supervisor) undertake a Translational Project that integrates the core theories and concepts from their original master’s study with theories and concepts specific to drama or expressive arts therapy in one (or both) of these areas and applies them to practice.
Both the Research and the Ethics translational project represent roughly one credit’s worth EACH of coursework.
It consists of three components:
- Part 1 - an Integration portion
- Part 2 - an application portion
- Part 3 - a letter portion