New Beginnings Minnesota provides affordable, high-quality, professional Continuing Education (CEU) workshops on relevant behavioral health and addiction topics. Our goal is to provide four workshops per year, with at least six Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in both Ethics and Cultural Diversity.
We are proud of our history of providing a selection of quality programs from skilled CEU practitioners and distinguished presenters. Workshop materials are anchored in established professional practices, and highly relevant for today’s practicing recovery professionals.
Learn more about what we can do for your on-going need for professional advancement by calling Liz at 763-658-5800 ext. 1513 or or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be glad to extend you a helping hand with your continuing professional education requirements.
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Workshops are held at our main facility at 109 North Shore Dr., Waverly, Minnesota, just 38 miles west of Minneapolis. Our Professional workshops are open to everyone for a non-refundable fee of $25.00. Each workshop runs from 9:30am-3:30pm. You must be present for the entire workshop to receive a certificate.
Past Workshops Include:
Grief and Addiction
Dr. Fiyyaz Karim, PsyD, Presenter
Increasing Our Understanding of (and) Improving Care for LGBTQ Clients
Mary Tinucci, Presenter
Trauma-Informed Care in Addiction Treatment
Presenters Rick Dauer and Roberto Rodriquez
Trauma, Addiction, Treatment & Recovery
Dr. Mic Hunter, Presenter
Dr. Niloufer Merchant, Presenter
Barry Lehman, D. Min., LADC, LPC
Understanding National and International Approaches to working with Clients who live with Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
Jill Hubble, MSEd. LPCC, LADC
Treating the Emerging Young Alcohol & Addict
Dr. Cardwell C. Nuckols, MA, PhD
Cultural Diversity: Increasing Our understanding of & Improving Care for LGBTQ Clients
Mary E. Tinucci, MSW, LICSW
Gender Matters: Men, Masculinity & Recovery
Dr. Mic Hunter, PsyD, LMFT, LP
Clinical Ethics: Clinical Competence, Cultural Privileges + “ISMS” & Client Justice Issues
Doug Greenlee, MA/MA, LMFT, LADC, CGC
Cultural Diversity in Substance Abuse Recovery
Dan Coyhis of the Mohican Nation, President & Found of White Bison
Grief: The Job of Re-identifying the Self
Dick Obershaw, MSW, LICSW