Our previous certificate programs addressed clinical and administrative skill development. Future offerings are dependent on market demand and instructor availability.
Below are our previous program offerings and the most recent date offered. If you have questions about previous programs, contact us at email@example.com.
Current offerings can be found in our Certificate Programs tab on our website. This 26 hour certificate program provides a framework for understanding QI; tools needed to create and implement a QI plan; and skills to assess results and make determinations as to how to improve upon program processes and outcomes.
This 2017 Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) focused on restructuring thoughts, feelings and behaviors to improve mood and reduce anxieties with youth.
Offered in 2016, the ACT certificate program taught skills for a contextually focused form of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy that uses mindfulness and behavioral activation to increase clients' psychological flexibility-- their ability to engage in values-based, positive behaviors while experiencing difficult thoughts, emotions, or sensations.
This 2016 program provided training to advance clinician skills in the use of evidence-based Motivational Interviewing.
No longer offered, this 2015 certificate program provided the elements, tools and processes to complete program evaluation in a human service organization.
Honing and building your skills to effectively and proactively manage the transition is crucial to becoming a successful leader. This program provides relevant, work-related solutions for employee development, administrative supervision, leadership and work performance challenges. Last offered in 2014.
This 2015 clinical certificate program focused on skill development in the use of evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy for the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders.
This 2015 certificate program focused on senior level human service administrators who challenged by the need to deal with one of the most complex issues in organizations – how to sustain the work of the organization into the future.
This 2016 certificate program offered a solution-focused, evidence-based model for team development, supplying human service managers, team leaders and team members with tools and techniques to create effective and energized work teams.
Senior level human service administrators are challenged by the need to deal with some of the most complex issues in the organization requiring decision making and problem solving, even at times when the future is unclear or uncertain. This program helped participants develop the skills needed to successfully master the management of organizational complexity. Last offered in 2012.
Nonprofit organizations must take an active role in communicating their message — telling their “story” — to let potential funders and donors, as well as future clients, know who they are and what they have accomplished. Communication has changed from a paper driven process to one that is predominantly web driven. This program taught the elements, tool and processes to create an effective public relations and communication plan. Last offered in 2013.
Solution-focused leadership creates a culture of motivation by focusing on what is working and how to do more of it. This certificate program offered a solution-focused, evidenced-based methodology for developing leadership skills in human service professionals. Transforming work relationships allows people to interact collaboratively as they perform tasks and projects that enable the agency to accomplish its desired goals. Last offered in 2012.
Change is a constant factor in any organization. This certificate program provided practical skills to help facilitate change that supports the mission, vision and strategic plan of the organization. Last offered in 2011.
The 2010 Administrative Management Certificate Program provides a solid core of competency-based workshops designed to develop and enhance the administrative skills of nonprofit professionals so that they may successfully meet the many challenges they face in service delivery.
Participants choose three of the four workshops and their associated roundtable discussions to integrate skills across topic areas and supply these to their agencies.
The 2010 Financial Management Certificate Program provided competency-based workshops dedicated to grant writing, managerial accounting, program evaluation and fundraising.