This 4 Hour CEU Course Will Increase Your Knowledge For Working With The LGBTQ Religious Community

  • Religious Trauma Syndrome

    You will learn what religious trauma syndrome is and the signs of religious trauma. Come to an understanding of what is happening when your clients feel neglected from their religion.

  • Working With Religious and Non-religious Clients

    Katie Leikam, LCSW, LISW-CP teaches as a clinician the things you need to know to work with both religious and non-religious clients that are a part of the LGBTQ community, including what your clients are facing from religious teachings.

  • Ethical Considerations for Working with Religion

    How should you ethically and effectively work with religious and non religious clients in the therapy room? Katie Leikam, LCSW, LISW-CP discusses biases and putting your emotions in check.

Course curriculum

This 4 hour course defines religious trauma syndrome and gives examples of trauma through the lens of multiple world religions. It also gives examples of positive text through multiple world religions. The course delves into the ethics of our bias in the therapy room and offers tools to counteract that bias. This course also defines and covers Secular therapy and it's many uses. This course is approved for 4 core hours of CEUs by the UGA School of Social Work for LCSW's, LPC's, LMFT's and counts as related hours for psychologists.

Pricing

This course contains 4 hours of recorded course material.

Reviews:

-"This was a great course, I appreciate learning from Katie!" -It was very informative and helpful, thanks! -"Katie did an excellent job and I look forward to more trainings by her."

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