2 Clinical CE credits
Brain injuries, also known as “the invisible injury,” touches the lives of millions. From a sporting injury resulting in a concussion, a car accident leading to a traumatic brain injury, or a genetic predisposition to strokes, no one is immune to the effects of a brain injury. In this workshop, you will learn about the various types of brain injuries and the ripple effects it has on the lives of survivors and their family. The cognitive, emotional, and physical consequences of brain injury and how they affect the family dynamic as well as individual’s identity will be highlighted.
1. Ability to identify various types of injury (traumatic and non-traumatic) and have a better understanding of its causes
2. Signs, symptoms, and how to effectively screen for a brain injury during clinical work with clients
3. Improved awareness of common emotional, physical, and cognitive changes faced by brain injury survivors
4. Ability to identify the stressors of caregiving and knowledge of various strategies, tips, and available resources
5. Stress management strategies for survivors, caregivers, and professional working with the brain injured population
Cost for this course:
Regular Price: $57
NASW-NJ Member Discounted Price:$37
For those licensed in NY: NASW New Jersey Chapter SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #0138.
REFUNDS: There are no refunds for this course. All purchases are final