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You need affordable and relevant online courses that will give you the CE credits you need. Clearly Clinical is approved by the APA, NBCC, ASWB, NAADAC, CAMFT, & CCAPP. One year of unlimited CE courses for just $60. We are the nation’s premier podcast CE provider, and we support women and minority presenters, and donate to the Trevor Project.

Our podcasts are eligible for CE credit hours, and our innovative presentations and interviews feature national experts and cover topics that help today’s passionate providers learn, grow, and shine.

Visit us at www.ClearlyClinical.com to become part of the movement!

    Risky Business: Managing Professional & Clinical Risks Due to COVID-19

    Risky Business: Managing Professional & Clinical Risks Due to COVID-19

    Robert Scholz, LMFT, LPCC, a crisis and threat response specialist, discusses some important considerations for practitioners who are contemplating how and when to return the office in the wake of the pandemic. Guidance about how to support clients with this decision-making is discussed, as well as insight for managers/supervisors.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    College During Coronavirus: Navigating Decisions and Challenges

    College During Coronavirus: Navigating Decisions and Challenges

    Dr. Mark Stevens, PSY discusses the challenges faced by young adult clients and their families who are making hard choices about what to do during the 2020/2021 academic year due to the pandemic. Helpful perspectives, reframes, and interventions are discussed.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Free CE Course: Lifting LGBTQIA Voices of Color: Racism Among Gender & Sexual Minorities

    Free CE Course: Lifting LGBTQIA Voices of Color: Racism Among Gender & Sexual Minorities

    Dr. Frank Sanchez, PSY, LMFT, and Luna Malbroux, MSW, join trans advocate Jazzmun Crayton in discussing their clinical and lived experiences as multiple minority individuals... their thoughts on what it means to be members of both a racial minority and a sexual/gender minority simultaneously. Guidance for non-minority clinicians is also discussed.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Free CE Course: Lifting Black Voices: Therapy, Trust, and Racial Trauma

    Free CE Course: Lifting Black Voices: Therapy, Trust, and Racial Trauma

    Clinicians La Shanda Sugg, LPC, L.J. Lumpkin, LMFT, & Dr. Tiffany Crayton, LPC discuss the theme of therapeutic mistrust in the Black and African community, and offer insight about how the lived experience of BIPOC individuals may impact the course of therapy. Guidance for non-minority clinicians is also discussed.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Supporting Loved Ones Through COVID-19 Deaths: Critical Clinical Considerations

    Supporting Loved Ones Through COVID-19 Deaths: Critical Clinical Considerations

    Jill Johnson-Young, LCSW, an expert on grief and loss, sheds a powerful light on how deaths caused by the pandemic are different than from other deaths, like lack of goodbyes and delayed/canceled funerals; the grief implications for surviving loved ones is discussed. Key insight is provided to help clinicians better support people who have critically-ill loved ones with COVID-19, or have already lost someone to the disease. Interview with Elizabeth 'Beth' Irias

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Excelling at Telehealth with Children and Teens: The Structure, Interventions, and Legal/Ethical Considerations

    Excelling at Telehealth with Children and Teens: The Structure, Interventions, and Legal/Ethical Considerations

    Ariel Landrum, LMFT, an expert in the arena of online child and adolescent therapy, gives some great and practice guidance about how to keep sessions interesting, engaging, and effective. Important legal and ethical considerations are also discussed.

    • 1 hr 2 min

Customer Reviews

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72 Ratings

k_l_yo ,

Thank you!

I am so appreciative of the Clearly Clinical podcast. Thank you, Elizabeth! The free CE courses you have made available are so timely and important. I look forward to continuing to listen!

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Amazing Therapy Resource!

The podcasts are interesting, engaging, and educational. I love that I can get CE credits by listening to a podcast! Truly a brilliant idea! Thank you for offering this resource!

KoaReed ,

Not inclusive with examples

I generally lie this podcast but there was one lately that rubbed me the wrong way. The hosts were discussing the importance of self-care for therapists and literally all examples that were given were targeted to therapists that are either childless right now or have support/ childcare cause I am a single parent without childcare support right now and I’m still working from home. There was nothing provided that could possibly work for me and I‘m not that out of the norm. So maybe acknowledging that being able to engage in self-care the way that was suggested is necessary AND a luxury/ privilege that not everyone has right now or never. Maybe broaden your examples to be more inclusive of people who are not in that same position in life.

Update: uhm the episode on white ppl where to start. Oh my god, talking to a WHITE person to learn about racism? You really couldn’t think of anyone more qualified? And oooh the big bad word White privilege? Come on, it’s not scary. I can’t stand this. Thought I’d give this another try but no way. Listen to BLACK therapists y‘all.

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