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Adjusting to Cancer (Apr 2016) Webinar Recording

Adjusting to Cancer…As a Family with Kerry Ricci, LSW, OSW-C and Crystal Zelman, LCSW, CCLS, RPT, was recorded April 2016. In this presentation, the audience will learn ways to include children in the process of adjusting to cancer. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Alchemizing Clinical Leadership (Dec 2016) Webinar Recording

Alchemizing Clinical and Leadership Skills for Culture Transformation with Matthew Loscalzo, LCSW was recorded December 2016. This webinar will outline the formula for effective leadership-Values-Benefits-Outcomes. A description of specific skills that social workers can employ at all levels of influence will be described with actual case examples. Unique opportunities for psychosocial leadership will also be presented relating to quality of life, quality of care, finances and personal well-being. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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At the Intersection: Trauma and Oncology Social Work

At the Intersection: Trauma and Oncology Social Work Eileen Joyce, MSW, LICSW, OSW-C was recorded December 2018. Cancer doesn't discriminate. It doesn't choose who will get it and who won't. It doesn't say, "You've been through enough already. I'll give you a break." In fact, studies show that those who have a history of trauma such as child abuse, neglect, parental mental illness, or witnessing domestic violence, are more likely to have health issues later in life, including cancer. Additionally, many people who are diagnosed with cancer experience that diagnosis and treatment as a trauma. Some find themselves coping not just with the physical effects of cancer treatment, but also with the resulting trauma response including avoidant behaviors, sleep disturbances, emotional dysregulation, dissociation, etc. As oncology social workers, we are often at the intersection of these two realities; working with patients who have significant trauma histories and seeing those who are experiencing their cancer diagnosis and treatment as a trauma, with the resulting emotional/psychological impact. This webinar will begin to unpack the intersection of pre-existing trauma and cancer related trauma. We will consider how you can develop a pro-active approach to trauma in your oncology practice and explore how you can introduce the concepts of trauma informed care within your larger clinic or institution. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Barriers to Cancer Treatment (Mar 2017) Web Recording

Barriers to Adequate Cancer Treatment for Patients with Concurrent Mental Health Disorders with Maryrose Mongelli, LMSW was recorded March 2017. This course will also discuss the various systems affecting clients' reluctance to seek treatment for cancer or commit to the cancer treatment protocol, the stigma associated with SMI, as well as understanding the nature of the SMI. Social workers, mental health clinicians, and healthcare professionals will have a basic understanding of the best practices on working with clients with concurrent SMI and cancer diagnoses. This webinar will also address the ethical challenges members of the interdisciplinary team may experience when working with the SMI population. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Bolstering Resilience in Adolescents and Young Adults Facing

Bolstering Resilience in Adolescents and Young Adults Facing Cancer Kailie Sullivan LCSW, OSW-C was recorded November 2019. What does it mean to be resilient? Its more than being able to "bounce back" from a difficult experience. It's in part a set of resources and skills that individuals can develop to be better prepared to respond to life's challenges. This webinar will provide an overview of resilience theory as it applies to adolescent and young adults impacted by cancer, whether it be their own or a loved one's diagnosis. Participants will learn to identify key factors associated with increased resiliency. Interventions shown to promote resiliency in the AYA population will be discussed, including an innovative adventure-based therapeutic program for adolescent cancer caregivers. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Cancer and Sexuality (May 2016) Webinar Recording

Cancer and Sexuality: Opening Conversations and Deepening Understanding with Brittany Hermann, LCSW and Shannon Solie, MA, LMHC, was recorded May 2016. This presentation will address fear of the conversations and biases that come along and ways to overcome these barriers. Describe the impact of cancer treatments on sexual functioning, physically and emotionally and provide evidence based interventions and resources to help cancer survivors reclaim sexual satisfaction. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Cancer and the family: How to support the kids

Cancer and the family: How to support the kids with Krista Nelson, LCSW OSW-C BCD FAOSW was recorded in March, 2019. The objectives are - Gain tools to educate parents on impact of cancer on their children, adolescents and family functioning and current literature on the impact of parental cancer - Identify specific developmentally appropriate interventions on how to educate parents on communicating news from diagnosis, treatment and expected death from cancer - Describe family-oriented group interventions as effective and have an understanding of why they have greater impact on family functioning Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Cannabis: What Oncology Social Workers and Nurses Need to

Cannabis: What Oncology Social Workers and Nurses Need to Know Carey S. Clark, PhD, RN, AHN-BC, RYT & Leora Lowenthal, LICSW, OSW-C, MPA was recorded June 2018.This course will explore the basics of the human endocannabinoid system, how cannabis works in the body, and medication interactions. Issues around the differentiation between medicinal and recreational use of cannabis will be addressed. The social worker's role when working with patients who may wish to use cannabis for health and healing will be discussed. Ethics, legal issues, and concerns around prohibition and substance use disorder will be highlighted. CE available upon successful completion of a quiz.

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Caring for Whole Persons: (April 2018) Web Recording

Caring for Whole Persons: Surprising Opportunities for Well Being Through the End of Life Ira Byock, MD was recorded April 2018. Illness and dying cannot be fully encompassed by the problem-based model of medicine. Beyond symptoms and suffering, dying is a profound personal experience for the individual as well as for his or her family. The concept of "personhood" and the conceptual framework of human development will be presented as tools for understanding the nature of suffering and nature of opportunity associated with the time of human life we call "dying." Developmental landmarks and taskwork suggested by this framework are presented and illustrated by stories. A therapeutic approach to fostering human development through the end of life can empower clinicians to alleviate suffering and improve quality of life, and guide the people we serve to a satisfying sense of life completion and life closure. The value of accompanying patients with life-limiting illness and the components of a "therapeutic stance:" Competence, Reliability, Honesty, Authenticity, Non-Attachment, and Imagination Two distinct applications of Imagination are part of the "ground substance of therapeutics:" Receptive Imagination which physicians use to come into imaginative alignment with a patient and Generative Imagination through which physicians identify and explore opportunities from the patient's perspective. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.
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Couples Facing Cancer (Aug 2016) Webinar Recording

Communicating & Connecting: Gender- and Strength-Based Psychosocial Support for Couples Facing Cancer with Courtney Bitz, MSW, LCSW and Ellen Polamero, MSW, LCSW, ACHP-SW, OSW-C, was recorded August 2016. The webinar will address how to apply the gender strengths based framework and adapt current research that is primarily based on opposite sex relationships to same-sex couples. We will explore how clinicians can directly address issues of gender with same sex couples in order to work with the unique relationship at hand. Eligible for CE credit upon successful completion of a quiz.

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