Continuing Education near
As an Authorized Continuing Education Provider© for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board© (BACB©), my goal is to highlight how we can best support our clients through interdisciplinary collaboration, because together we have a bigger impact!?
Whether you are a mental health professional, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, educator, medical provider, social worker, or another professional who supports families - let's collaborate!
Ally ABA Consulting is an online business providing user-friendly resources for parents and caregivers of children age 1-10.
In-person presentations for organizations or parent groups can be requested on a specific topic at an agreed-upon hourly rate.
Continuing Education available:
BCBA-OT collaboration for emotion regulation
Recorded for on-demand viewing (Live June 1, 2023)
1.5 Learning CEU
Sensory or Behavior? $30
CE Slides $10
Need to book a speaker for a mental health and/or religious event? Consider booking today!
I accept most insurances, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
If your insurance is not listed here, please reach out as it’s possible I have since been added to their panel.
I will work with you on a sliding scale based on your income. Click here to view the income table.
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Registration for our 2023-2024 Yoga Teacher Training is closed.
Applications for the waitlist are being accepted through August 31, 2023.
Click here to sign up for the waitlist.
Esther Vexler Yoga School (EVYS) offers a unique, well-rounded program that dives into hatha yoga and things that stem from the practice.
You will learn about:
- modifications and props
- yoga philosophy
- and much more.
We go well beyond physical practice and strive to make the ancient wisdom of yoga accessible and useful for yoga teachers.
|Saturday: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM|
Fletcher partners with churches, hospitals, municipalities, agencies, schools, businesses, and other organizations in offering Community Education programs.
Workshops range from 90-minute presentations to all-day events. These workshops can be delivered in any setting.
Fletcher’s Community Education programs meet the standards of CEU’s (Continuing Education Units) for many organizations, including major hospital systems and hospice agencies.
All workshops are open to leaders from the community and to faith organizations in any tradition, lay or ordained.
Each workshop is first offered in the San Antonio metro region, and then in other communities depending on their need. Where necessary, online programs are also possible.
|Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
Individuals coming in contact with survivors of torture find there is an enormous need for training, especially pro-bono professionals.
CST provides training on an ongoing basis, responding to clients and community needs as they arise. In an effort to reduce the wait list, CST trains mainstream licensed providers whose clientele may include refugees and immigrants, thus helping them identify survivors, and improve their skills, and provide strength based, trauma-informed care.
CST provides education and workshops for refugee community leaders, attorneys, educators, physicians, and the immigrant community, on an ongoing basis.
Educational opportunities through CST’s social services
Many survivor of torture clients are underemployed. CST’s Adam Patrick Bratcher (APB) Education Program identifies cohorts of clients who want to pursue college or certificates. The program establishes a single point of entry through the highest-level community college contact.
CST board members’ career-long, national experience in community college leadership eases access into community college programs that lead to jobs with the potential of earning a sustainable wage. This referral system to free college or certification programs, as a part of our APB Education Program, has a far-reaching impact on clients, helping them to build employable skills and earn a living, self-sufficiency, cultural competency, English skills, and generates hope for a better future for their family.
Community perception is positive regarding the quality and the innovation of CST’s responses to clients’ challenges.
Would you like to be a lifeguard or work in a daycare? Or, how about working in food service or food manufacturing?
Many School Districts offer Adult Continuing Education (Northside ISD offers classes to people 16 and older) and in those programs are short-courses on CPR, food preparation and other specialty courses.
Why not get a jump on the competition by having a certification or extra knowledge about a particular field before applying for the job?
Find a class that you are interested in through your local School District, send us an email about why you want to take that class, and we may pay for your attendance with a “Quick Start Scholarship”.
In an effort to improve the lives of the foster care community, Artvango has collaborated with community partners in providing art therapy, play therapy, and workshops in an effort to help spread the word on how trauma affects children while offering effective parenting tools when working with children from hard places.
Continuing education credits (CEU’s) are provided to social workers and licensed professional counselors.
Please call or email for further information.
Northside Independent School District has fostered the concept of lifelong learning for all members of our society. Dedicated to the idea that the school is the center of the community, our doors remain open during “non-traditional” hours to offer educational opportunities that will enrich the lives of people both personally and professionally.
A Class Catalog is produced each Fall, Spring, and Summer featuring hundreds of exciting classes for both adults and children in four major categories:
- Profit and IT includes Computers and Technology, Business Solutions, Money Management, and Certificate Programs.
- The Arts features Dance, Music, Languages, Fine Arts, and others.
- Mind and Body is for Personal Growth, Professional Continuing Education, Study Skills, and Body-Mind-Health related information.
- Fun and Play classes are family-oriented classes in areas such as Home and Garden, Sewing and Needlecraft, Culinary Arts, Animal Kingdom, Crafts, Travel-Tours, and Sports and Fitness.
Classes are taught on Northside ISD school campuses and at various sites in the community. They are conducted for the benefit and enjoyment of our patrons and are offered for non-credit unless otherwise designated.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs), Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) and Certification Programs are arranged for specific occupations. These include counseling, social work, daycare, computer, and office fields.
Ours is a tuition-based, self-supporting program. Financial support for the program comes from class fees.
Click here for more information on Community Education.
Alamo Area Search and Rescue (AASAR) is a non-profit, all volunteer search and rescue team based in the San Antonio, Texas area. All of our responders (human and canine) are certified by nationally recognized agencies prior to deployment. Training with AASAR doesn’t end at certification. Our search specialists spend an average of 15 hours per week training.
Our members are committed to constantly continuing their education to improve their skills.
- Ground Support/Wilderness Search Specialists
- Trailing Canines
- Air Scent Canines (Wilderness Area Search Dogs)
- Human Remains Detection Canines (HR Canines)
- Water Recovery Canines
Click here to learn more
Our volunteers provide search and rescue resources to public safety agencies in Texas free of charge. Our team currently consists of Wilderness Search Specialists and Search and Rescue Canines.
Since June 2008, Alamo Area Search and Rescue has responded to over 250 search missions in 18 counties in Texas. We have provided a variety of resources to over 30 different public safety agencies.
Alamo Area Search and Rescue will only respond to calls from law enforcement or the responsible local, state, or federal agency. With approval from the responsible agency, Alamo Area Search and Rescue will assist other search organizations.
Ransomed Life believes in the importance of awareness. Engaging with the community about the realities of sex trafficking is key to success in the fight against trafficking. Ransomed Life has developed multiple presentations to educate the community on the dangers of sex trafficking:
- General Awareness
- Medical (offering CEUs)
- School Counselors
We are passionate about getting in front of as many youths as possible to educate them on the tricks, traps, and lures of traffickers.
Ransomed Life now offers on-demand presentations that can be accessed via our website, in addition to in-person and virtual presentations.
To arrange for a speaker at your event, click here.
Please give two weeks' notice for scheduling purposes.
Mission work is one of the founding principles of our church, and there are many ways to get involved!
Little Free Food Pantry
What started as the Eagle Scout project of one of our highschoolers has grown into a service that provides critical aid to our community. Our Little Free Pantry makes deliveries every other week to several families in the area, and also keeps a pantry stocked in our partnered Hill Country MHDD clinic for clients.
Act II Sewing
Act II Sewing is a group of ladies who meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 9:30am to sew for a good cause. Some of their regular projects are stuffed animals for St. Judes Children’s Home, Presbyterian Children’s Home, and other organizations and occasions where children might need a bit of comfort.
They make clothing protectors, lap blankets, shawls, walker bags, and more for nursing home residents, hospice patients, and Meals on Wheels recipients. You don’t need to be skilled at sewing to help make these projects and more, just come by and lend a hand.
Kids Hope is a national non-profit organization that partners young students in need with mentors from a local church, who provide a one-on-one relationship dedicated to supporting their growth.
Mentors meet with their student once a week for one hour, helping with homework, providing a listening ear, and being a steady source of support. Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church has been partnered with Kids Hope since 1998. If you would like to be a mentor or a prayer partner, please contact us to learn more.
Partnership with Mental Health Clinic
We are partnered with the Canyon Lake branch of the Hill Country Mental Health and Develpomental Disability Center. The fully staffed mental health clinic operates full-time out of our Fellowship Hall and provides mental health, individual developmental disability, and substance abuse services to our community. If you are in need or wish to learn more, go to their website at https://www.hillcountry.org/services/canyon-lake-mh-center/ or call their office at 830-387-5995.
In addition to all of the more hands on work we do at Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church, we make donations to many organizations in our local community and the larger world. These include, but are not limited to:
- CRRC Food Pantry
- John Knox Ranch
- Canyon Lake Meals on Wheels
- Mission Presbytery
- Presbyterian Church USA
- Presbyterian Disaster Assistance
- CARE of Canyon Lake
Click here to Donate
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OCD Texas is thrilled to invite licensed clinicians in Texas to apply for Mary Kathleen Norris Training Scholarship Awards. Ten (10) award recipients will be eligible for the “CBT for Anxiety and OCD” foundations course provided by Anxiety Training.
The mission of OCD Texas includes educating the professional community in order to improve access to exceptional, effective treatment for Texans suffering with OCD and related disorders. Through these scholarships, we aim to increase the number of clinicians equipped with a strong foundational understanding of evidence-based treatment for OCD.
- routinely provide services within underserved communities and
- hold an LCSW, LPC, or LP license will be prioritized.
There are no course prerequisites, and a certificate for 12 CE credits are provided for clinicians with LCSW and LPC licenses.
Psychologists will receive documentation of completion and are encouraged to review Texas code and renewal period if interested in applying any portion of these 12 hours to biannual professional development hours.
Contact office for class fee