The School of Social Work is pleased to introduce the Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy, and its year-long certificate program for licensed practitioners and clinical supervisors. This immersive professional development program provides clinicians the training needed to expand and update clinical skills, enrich care provided to clients, and enhance one’s overall practice. The framework incorporates multiple theoretical disciplines and offers a method of case conceptualization that includes various listening and intervention techniques from a variety of treatment approaches. Comprised of three learning formats (on-site residency [TBD], virtual small-group consultation, and webinars) the program enables participants to continue their daily professional practices while earning this Advanced Psychotherapy Certificate. The certificate program offers 72 hours of Continuing Education credits for psychologists, and approval is in process for the National Association of Social Workers, Illinois Marriage and Family Therapy Licensing and Disciplinary Board, and Kentucky LMFT Board. For more information, visit The Institute for Advanced Psychotherapy website or contact Katelyn Tippett at email@example.com or Terry Northcut at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This program is for graduates with an MSW degree from an accredited School of Social Work who are seeking the required courses and field placement for licensure as a school social worker in Illinois (PEL). Full details coming soon.
This post-master’s certificate program equips mental health professionals to better affect positive psychosocial development of their student clients. Primary takeaways from the program will include: fostering collaboration between schools and families, implementing strength-based interventions in schools, advocating for whole-school interventions, and becoming more data driven and evidence informed as School-Based Mental Health Practitioners (SBMHP).
Loyola University Chicago’s School of Social Work is accredited by IAODAPCA as an Advanced Accredited Training Program, preparing social work students and practitioners to become Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Counselors (CADC). Upon completion of the training program students are eligible to submit their application to IAODAPCA to take the CADC exam. A passing grade on the IAODAPCA-administered exam is required for official CADC certification.
This Certificate offers students an opportunity to obtain a completely online certification for working with women focusing on South Asian women and girls, a population that is underserved and high-need. The certificate is open to students across disciplines, including Social Work, Theology, Business Management, Nursing, Law, Education, and Women and Gender Studies, plus it is accessible to both Undergraduate and graduate students as well as to professionals.