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The Clinical Military Counselor Certificate (CMCC) course teaches the competencies of providing counseling and related services to:● Active duty service members● Veterans● Veterans with disabilities● Family members
The full CCMC will increase your knowledge, awareness, and skills of the unique cultural differences in the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment in military counseling and related services.
Five modules in the CCMC course offer participants comprehensive material related to the service member and veterans' medical, psychosocial, behavioral, cultural, mental health, family life, vocational, and career transition needs.
This course meets first half of the training required to earn the full CMCC certificate. The second half of the course will soon be available online.
10AM-1:30PM EST each day.
Arrive at 9:40 AM to work out any audio/visual issues on the webinar.
Following the course, you will log onto the training platform on this website in order to take your evaluation and print off your certificate.
Throughout the course, you will interact with the instructor and other participants by video, audio, and chat.
A computer with a camera, microphone, speakers, and internet access is required.
After registering go to “My Account” on the navigation bar, then “My Courses”, click on the name of your course, and when the course page opens you will see the web link for the webinar.
Arrive 15 minutes early to download the webinar software (Zoom). Upon registering you will be provided a link to join the webinar.
The process of obtaining the certificate:
10:00 am – 11:40 am
Introduction to CCMC
Module I: Cultural Aspects of the Military
Identify the unique within-group cultural differences between the various branches of the military.
Recognize the importance of gaining rapport within the “circle of trust” in the military community before engaging in mental health assessment, diagnosis, and treatment strategies.
Module II: Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Co-Occurring Disorders
Compare military and community/civilian mental health conditions by evaluating, diagnosing, and treating military mental health, combat operational stress, posttraumatic stress symptoms, and co-occurring chronic health conditions.
11:40 am – 12 pm Break
12 pm – 1:30 pm
Module III: Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Military
Analyze and apply the unique medical, physical, psychological, social, emotional, spiritual, vocational, mental health, and cultural issues associated with a variety of chronic illnesses and disabilities that affect service members, veterans, veterans with disabilities, and family members.
10 am – 10:30 am
Module IV: Vocational Rehabilitation, Assessment, and Career Transition in the Military
Explain the impact that career transition has on veterans and veterans with disabilities. Examine, evaluate, and apply career development strategies to increase educational and career opportunities for military veterans.
10:30 am – 10:40 am Break
10:40 am – 12:20 pm
12:20 pm – 12:30 pm Break
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Module V: Cultivating Resiliency of Mind, Body, & Spirit
Critically evaluate, analyze, and apply specific models of resiliency training that cultivate a transformational journey of the mind, body, and spirit.
Dr. Stebnicki is also certified by the Washington, D.C.-based crisis response team; the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) and North Carolina’s American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health crisis response team. He served on the crisis response team for the Westside Middle School shootings in Jonesboro, AR (March 24, 1998) and has done many stress debriefings with private companies, schools, and government employees after incidents of workplace violence, hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. His youth violence program, the Identification, Early Intervention, Prevention, and Preparation (IEPP) Program, was awarded national recognition by the American Counseling Association (ACA) Foundation for its vision and excellence in youth violence prevention. Other accolades include consulting with former President Bill Clinton’s staff on addressing the students of Columbine High School after their critical incident (April 20, 1999).
Dr. Stebnicki has served on many statewide and national professional counseling organizations and counselor accreditation boards. He has written eight professional texts most recently Disaster Mental Health Counseling: Responding to Trauma in a Multicultural Context (2017, Springer Publishing Co.); The Psychological and Social Impact of Illness and Disability (7th ed.) (2017, Springer Publishing); and The Professional Counselors’ Desk Reference (2nd ed.) (2016, Springer Publishing). He has over 28 articles in peer-reviewed journals, and has presented at over 100 regional, state, and national conferences, seminars, and workshops, on topics ranging from youth violence, traumatic stress, empathy fatigue, and the psychosocial aspects of adults with chronic illnesses and disabilities.
This Course includes 6 CE hours.
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Other Professionals: This course qualifies for 360 minutes of instructional content as required by many national, state and local licensing boards and professional organizations. Retain your certificate of completion and contact your board or organization for specific filing requirements.
Anyone who serves those connected to our military can benefit from this course.
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