Behavioral health professionals in Mohave County have the opportunity to earn continuing education units (CEUs) through an upcoming course offered by Mohave Community College. The three-hour session, offered by MCC’s Corporate Outreach office, will be “Ethical Dilemmas in Rural Communities,” from 12-3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 6 in Building 400 on MCC’s Bullhead City campus at 3400 Highway 95. Behavioral health professionals are invited to attend. The course will satisfy three CEUs for licensed professionals. The course fee is $60 and registration must be completed by Dec. 4. To register, go to calendar.mohave.edu(no “www”), choose the course date on the calendar, then click on the link to the course name to locate the “Register” icon (top right) to complete the enrollment. During the training, participants will use current perspectives on dual/multiple relationships from leading behavioral health organizations and current research to identify the types of dual relationships clinicians often experience. “This program affords us the opportunity to continue the educational process we began with our students while building stronger relationships with the professionals in our communities,” said Lori Howell, resident faculty for MCC’s chemical dependency studies program. “The closest place to get live, continuing education is Las Vegas and often that requires an overnight stay, as well. These courses are available for substance abuse counselors, social workers, professional counselors and marriage and family therapists.” For more information about the course, contact Howell at (928) 505-3373 or email@example.com.
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