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Continuing Education

Free CE Courses for members

NUHW offers more than two dozen courses for licensed and certified job classifications. We offer live in-person, live online and pre-recorded online courses.

On-Demand Courses

To take NUHW’s courses, go to nuhw.digitalchalk.com, login with the email where you receive messages from NUHW, and enter your temporary password: abc123. Then enter your license/certification type and number to see the online courses you can take for credit.

Not every course NUHW offers can be taken for credit by all license/certification holders. Once you log into the system with your license or certification type, you will be shown only those classes that can be taken for credit by you.

Members who do not need any CE credit or cannot use the CE that NUHW is able to offer can take these classes for no credit. Just login and choose “No License” or “Other License / Not On List” as your license type.

All courses take 2 hours to complete and offer 2 credits for most license types. Go to nuhw.digitalchalk.com and login to see the specific number of credits offered for your license for each course. If you are not able to log in or have questions, please contact the NUHW Continuing Education Program at ceadministrator@nuhw.org.

This course provides an in-depth exploration of mental health parity laws in CalIfornia and professional ethics within the context of our current healthcare system. Participants will learn mental health parity laws, ethical principles in mental health practice, and strategies for navigating the complexities of providing equitable and ethical mental health services in today’s healthcare landscape.

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Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is at the forefront of the psychedelic psychotherapy movement. When used under proper medical and therapeutic supervision, KAP has been used to successfully treat PTSD, anxiety disorders, developmental trauma, phase of life issues, as well as helping clients navigate end-of-life and spiritual exploration. 

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More than ever, clinicians — and the patients they treat — are contending with burnout. This course teaches resilience intervention strategies for families and professionals. Participants will learn resilience methods and applications for parents and professionals. Participants will also review practices that can be employed at the organizational level to effectively reduce burnout among employees. 

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Behavioral health professionals must fulfill their ethical and legal responsibilities to completely and correctly document the care that each client receives. In this course, participants will review documentation requirements in great detail and use that information to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their documentation.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the healthcare industry what we need to prepare for future healthcare crises. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to protect patients and provide proper health treatment throughout the pandemic. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to cope with the crisis and participants will explore what they can do to improve our planning for pandemic safety.

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Our healthcare system is broken. We believe that healthcare is a public good and fundamental human right. Race, ethnicity, disability status, immigration status, or income level should never determine your access to care or health outcomes. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper health treatment. This course will take a look at the pitfalls of our current healthcare system and teach participants what they can do to improve access to health care for all.

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Mental health issues, when left untreated, pose a serious threat to a person’s health and longevity. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper mental health treatment. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to teach participants what they can do to improve access to mental health care.

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If you have concerns about getting vaccinated, or want to be able to talk to others about getting vaccinated, this is the course for you! The COVID-19 vaccines now available in the United States are safe and highly effective in preventing the spread of disease. Because of their increased exposure to the virus, it is especially important that people working in a health care setting get vaccinated.

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This course provides an in-depth exploration of mental health parity laws in CalIfornia and professional ethics within the context of our current healthcare system. Participants will learn mental health parity laws, ethical principles in mental health practice, and strategies for navigating the complexities of providing equitable and ethical mental health services in today’s healthcare landscape.

Login to take this course >>

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is at the forefront of the psychedelic psychotherapy movement. When used under proper medical and therapeutic supervision, KAP has been used to successfully treat PTSD, anxiety disorders, developmental trauma, phase of life issues, as well as helping clients navigate end-of-life and spiritual exploration. 

Login to take this course >>

More than ever, clinicians — and the patients they treat — are contending with burnout. This course teaches resilience intervention strategies for families and professionals. Participants will learn resilience methods and applications for parents and professionals. Participants will also review practices that can be employed at the organizational level to effectively reduce burnout among employees. 

Login to take this course >>

Behavioral health professionals must fulfill their ethical and legal responsibilities to completely and correctly document the care that each client receives. In this course, participants will review documentation requirements in great detail and use that information to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their documentation.

Login to take this course >>

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the healthcare industry what we need to prepare for future healthcare crises. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to protect patients and provide proper health treatment throughout the pandemic. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to cope with the crisis and participants will explore what they can do to improve our planning for pandemic safety.

Login to take this course >>

Our healthcare system is broken. We believe that healthcare is a public good and fundamental human right. Race, ethnicity, disability status, immigration status, or income level should never determine your access to care or health outcomes. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper health treatment. This course will take a look at the pitfalls of our current healthcare system and teach participants what they can do to improve access to health care for all.

Login to take this course >>

Mental health issues, when left untreated, pose a serious threat to a person’s health and longevity. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper mental health treatment. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to teach participants what they can do to improve access to mental health care.

Login to take this course >>

If you have concerns about getting vaccinated, or want to be able to talk to others about getting vaccinated, this is the course for you! The COVID-19 vaccines now available in the United States are safe and highly effective in preventing the spread of disease. Because of their increased exposure to the virus, it is especially important that people working in a health care setting get vaccinated.

Login to take this course >>

This course provides an in-depth exploration of mental health parity laws in CalIfornia and professional ethics within the context of our current healthcare system. Participants will learn mental health parity laws, ethical principles in mental health practice, and strategies for navigating the complexities of providing equitable and ethical mental health services in today’s healthcare landscape.

Login to take this course >>

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is at the forefront of the psychedelic psychotherapy movement. When used under proper medical and therapeutic supervision, KAP has been used to successfully treat PTSD, anxiety disorders, developmental trauma, phase of life issues, as well as helping clients navigate end-of-life and spiritual exploration. 

Login to take this course >>

More than ever, clinicians — and the patients they treat — are contending with burnout. This course teaches resilience intervention strategies for families and professionals. Participants will learn resilience methods and applications for parents and professionals. Participants will also review practices that can be employed at the organizational level to effectively reduce burnout among employees. 

Login to take this course >>

Behavioral health professionals must fulfill their ethical and legal responsibilities to completely and correctly document the care that each client receives. In this course, participants will review documentation requirements in great detail and use that information to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their documentation.

Login to take this course >>

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the healthcare industry what we need to prepare for future healthcare crises. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to protect patients and provide proper health treatment throughout the pandemic. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to cope with the crisis and participants will explore what they can do to improve our planning for pandemic safety.

Login to take this course >>

Our healthcare system is broken. We believe that healthcare is a public good and fundamental human right. Race, ethnicity, disability status, immigration status, or income level should never determine your access to care or health outcomes. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper health treatment. This course will take a look at the pitfalls of our current healthcare system and teach participants what they can do to improve access to health care for all.

Login to take this course >>

Mental health issues, when left untreated, pose a serious threat to a person’s health and longevity. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper mental health treatment. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to teach participants what they can do to improve access to mental health care.

Login to take this course >>

If you have concerns about getting vaccinated, or want to be able to talk to others about getting vaccinated, this is the course for you! The COVID-19 vaccines now available in the United States are safe and highly effective in preventing the spread of disease. Because of their increased exposure to the virus, it is especially important that people working in a health care setting get vaccinated.

Login to take this course >>

This course provides an in-depth exploration of mental health parity laws in CalIfornia and professional ethics within the context of our current healthcare system. Participants will learn mental health parity laws, ethical principles in mental health practice, and strategies for navigating the complexities of providing equitable and ethical mental health services in today’s healthcare landscape.

Login to take this course >>

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is at the forefront of the psychedelic psychotherapy movement. When used under proper medical and therapeutic supervision, KAP has been used to successfully treat PTSD, anxiety disorders, developmental trauma, phase of life issues, as well as helping clients navigate end-of-life and spiritual exploration. 

Login to take this course >>

More than ever, clinicians — and the patients they treat — are contending with burnout. This course teaches resilience intervention strategies for families and professionals. Participants will learn resilience methods and applications for parents and professionals. Participants will also review practices that can be employed at the organizational level to effectively reduce burnout among employees. 

Login to take this course >>

Behavioral health professionals must fulfill their ethical and legal responsibilities to completely and correctly document the care that each client receives. In this course, participants will review documentation requirements in great detail and use that information to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of their documentation.

Login to take this course >>

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught the healthcare industry what we need to prepare for future healthcare crises. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to protect patients and provide proper health treatment throughout the pandemic. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to cope with the crisis and participants will explore what they can do to improve our planning for pandemic safety.

Login to take this course >>

Our healthcare system is broken. We believe that healthcare is a public good and fundamental human right. Race, ethnicity, disability status, immigration status, or income level should never determine your access to care or health outcomes. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper health treatment. This course will take a look at the pitfalls of our current healthcare system and teach participants what they can do to improve access to health care for all.

Login to take this course >>

Mental health issues, when left untreated, pose a serious threat to a person’s health and longevity. Healthcare workers have taken action to transform their workplaces and the healthcare system as a whole in order to increase the number of people who receive proper mental health treatment. This course will look back on progress made in recent years to teach participants what they can do to improve access to mental health care.

Login to take this course >>

If you have concerns about getting vaccinated, or want to be able to talk to others about getting vaccinated, this is the course for you! The COVID-19 vaccines now available in the United States are safe and highly effective in preventing the spread of disease. Because of their increased exposure to the virus, it is especially important that people working in a health care setting get vaccinated.

Login to take this course >>

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