Webinars offered here are synchronous training opportunities, and meet the criteria for Licensed Mental Health Practitioners (LMHPs). Registration and advance payment (if applicable) is required. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see webinars currently offered
Professional Development and CEUs
The Grace Abbott School of Social Work's Continuing Education and Professional Development Program meets the criteria of an approved continuing education program in Nebraska for mental health practice and social work. CEU certificates are provided to eligible workshop participants upon completion of each training.
As a proactive measure in the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s efforts to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) within the university and Omaha communities, on- and off-campus university sponsored events that involve more than 20 people, or use more than one-third of the venue’s capacity, have been postponed or canceled. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time.
Notifications and Announcements
Announcements and professional development opportunities are posted to this page as they become available and are sometimes shared with the social work, mental health, law enforcement, and nursing communities via email. If you would like to be included in these email announcements, please contact Program and Projects Coordinator, Michelle Nelsen (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your request to be added to the school's listserv.
Contact program and projects coordinator, Michelle Nelsen for assistance with questions regarding professional development opportunties and continuing education.
Askable Adults Matter: Adolescent Health Project 2021
Askable Adults Matter is a stand-alone training intervention that prepares adults who work with youth ages 11-19 years of age to be more approachable and knowledgeable about adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and proactive in referring youth for sexual and reproductive healthcare. Askable Adults Matter engages youth-serving professionals and volunteers to improve the lives of youth by directing the youth to high-quality sexual and reproductive health information and services, where they can access tools and resources to prevent unintended pregnancy and transmission of STDs/HIV.
Learning Outcomes: Youth-serving professionals who complete the training will know how to provide youth with accurate, age-appropriate information, youth-friendly referrals, and other needed support in positive and affirming ways.
Presenters: Kati Kough, MA, Kenna Barnes, MS, Chris Cole, MS, and Darryl Brown, Nebraska Aids Project
Cost to attend is $10 (includes 3.0 CEUs for social work and mental health)
Sessions are offered from 11 A.M. – 2 P.M. on March 10, April 14, and May 12
To register for this virtual workshop, click here: Register now!