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Courses

The Certificate in Clinical Military Counseling promotes and achieves a high standard of excellence providing best practices for the competent and ethical practice of serving the military community across a variety of military branches and settings. Completion of the CCMC course includes 12 contact hours of continuing educational credit in a Five Module training sequence. The CCMC can be earned all online (1.2 CEUs) or taken as a combination of a one-day workshop (0.6 CEUs) and online (0.6 CEUs). The Five Modules are self-paced and include didactic presentations by professionals that have extensive experience dealing with the medical, physical, psychosocial, behavioral, mental health, family life, vocational, and career transition needs of military cultures. After the completion of each training module, participants will take a multiple-choice exam to earn the CCMC.
Occupational therapy clients want to know if "Can I drive?" This course is designed for the occupational therapy practitioners who need to address driving as part of the intervention planning, whether it be an older adult with a stroke or a teenager with attention deficits.
The purpose of the course is to have students systematically learn and use medical terms.
ECU School of Social Work Clinical Supervision for Addiction Professionals program is a highly structured training program utilizing the most innovative, up-to-date technology and clinical supervision theories. The group will meet twice monthly on Saturdays from 10am to 12pm. Once registered, participants will be contacted with scheduling information regarding the first session.

The program is designed to ensure that highly skilled, competent clinicians are prepared to enter the addiction profession. Clinical supervision is the cornerstone of the addiction profession, ensuring quality care for those impacted by substance use disorders. The program is open to all level addiction professionals needing clinical supervision for the initial licensure process or as part of ongoing supervision requirements.

This one-day symposium is open to community residents and leaders, faith-based organizations, allied health and public health providers, nurses, dentists and oral health providers, physicians, other health care providers, ECU faculty/staff/students, and members of the general public.

Certificate Programs