Continuing Education & Other Training Opportunities

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Appleseed is an approved CEU provider for Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapists. Examples of training topics include: Motivational Interviewing, Ethics, Rural Mental Health, Family Trauma, Substance Use Disorder, Stalking, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and more.  Visit our Continuing Education and Training Opportunities page on our website and follow us on Facebook for current available CEU opportunities open to the public.

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Ashland University’s Center for Addictions is partnering with Appleseed Community Mental Health Center to bring you “Motivational Interviewing Skills in Practice.” 1 free CEU for Social Workers, Counselors, and Marriage & Family Therapists. 1 CEU pending from OCDPB and this is a free virtual training. 

Time & Location

Tuesday, February 16th, 2021

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

This workshop will take place via Zoom and a meeting link will be sent closer to the event. Space is limited so register early.

Link to register: https://addictions.ashland.edu/motivational-interviewing-skills-workshop/

Please direct any questions to Jeremy Smith at jsmith@appleseedcmhc.org. 

Join us for the Tools for Talking to Teens about Dating Abuse training on Feb 24th from 7-8pm on Zoom. The training is geared towards parents/caregivers and covers basic information about dating violence, how to identify it, and how to start a conversation with the teens. Contact Alison Webb at awebb@safehavenofashland.org with questions or for more information.

Link to register: https://forms.gle/NzT4pQPHU5NX2g9G7

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