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I provide social workers with continuing education classes for their licenses. Please feel free to contact me for an appointment, and we will schedule a time for me to come to your site and provide you with the courses of your choices from the list below.

Creating Meaning From Loss

The subject topic of this course will be rebuilding one’s life after loss.


Participants will be understanding how to help their clients grow from their experiences of loss. Such loss includes, but is not limited to, death, loss of a job, a divorce, a relationship, etc.


The workshop tools will consist of a PowerPoint presentation and handouts, including supportive literature. The objectives of this workshop are as follows:

  1. Articulate and define creating meaning and how it relates to the issue of loss.

  2. Create their own meaning by participating in activities that will teach them how to assist their clients in creating meaning as a part of their healing process.

  3. Understand the various avenues in which meaning is created for sustained mental health.

This workshop will be full hours and worth 3 contact hours.


The issue of loss is prevalent in the lives of everyone. The impact can be very devastating if not processed in an emotionally healthy way. When this does occur, social workers must be prepared to assist clients in managing the loss, resume normalcy, and grow from the loss.


This workshop focuses on creating meaning from the loss, thus helping clients rebuild their lives to a more beautiful and meaningful as a result of the loss.

Multicultural Counseling in New York City

The subject topic of this course will be providing multicultural counseling in New York City.


Participants will be understanding how to provide effective counseling to the various cultural populations in New York City by learning about the customs and traditions of clients in mental health facilities.


The workshop tools will consist of a PowerPoint presentation and handouts, including supportive literature.

The objectives of this workshop are as follows:

  1. 1. Identify overt or covert behaviors, which create a hostile environment for any member of a group recognized as oppressed.

    2. Explain how different minority communities preserve and express their culture of origin as well as processes acculturation by which they incorporate aspects of the broader U.S. culture.

    3. Identify concerns and strategies for counseling multicultural clients considering the unique characteristics of multicultural clients.

This workshop will be full hours and worth 3 contact hours.


This course is helpful to social workers providing counseling to the various populations of New York City. It explores the dynamics of the multicultural paradigm and provides a perspective on what the role of a mental health counselor is.


The course fundamentally assumes that the counselor has the responsibility to, but is not limited to, those that look and act like us. Also, we serve a changing population in which demographics are rapidly creating a “look and feel” to the U.S. that is representative of all people groups.

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