Medical Case Management Education Series: Basic Counseling & Trauma Informed Care

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1 Richland Medical Park
Immunology Center Conference Room, Ste 400
Columbia, SC 29203

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
 
Motivational Interviewing: Preparing Our Clients for Change

  • Define MI as a counseling style Define MI as a counseling style
  • Define the 4 principles of MI Define the 4 principles of MI
  • Demonstrate skill with OARS
  • Demonstrate at least 2 methods to elicit change talk


Trauma Informed Care 101 

  • Explore the impact of trauma and complex trauma
  • Compare and discuss the practices of trauma informed care vs. non-trauma informed care
  • Identify ways to reduce further trauma while working with clients
  • Discuss statewide and agency initiatives designed to implement trauma informed systems


This program has been approved by the SC Board of Social Work Examiners for 0,6 CEUs (6.0. clock hours) of general continuing education by SC DHEC and meets the SC DHEC Best Practice Standards. Participants must attend 90% of the program in order to a certificate of attendance. No partial credit will be given.