NEARI Training Center provides state-of-the-art professional development training in areas of behavior management, staff development, organizational development, and special education. Nationally recognized experts have created effective learning opportunities for the professionals and families who care for emotionally disturbed, traumatized, neurologically challenged, and learning disabled children and adolescents. Training is delivered in three ways Webinars, Online Workshops and Classroom Training.
Continuing Education Credits are available for Social Workers and Psychologists. After completing each course, a brief post-test will be provided at the Orlando Behavioral Health website, which you must pass with more than 80% correct answers to be eligible for CE credits. Once you receive your test results onscreen after the course, PLEASE SCREENSHOT THEM FOR US! Please contact Mike Weinberg at email@example.com for more information about earning CE credits.
NOTE: We are currently experiencing some difficulties with our course pages, which we are planning on revamping in the near future. If you encounter broken or outdated links, or if you need a certificate of completion to show you attended the course (NOT proof of CEs!), please contact Krysten Lobisch at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are sorry for any difficulty you may encounter!
This online course, written by Dr. Alec Peck, produced by the New England Adolescent Research Institute Inc. (NEARI) and funded by the Massachusetts Association of 766 Approved Private Schools (maaps), is intended for parents who are considering special education options for their school-aged child.
Brain-based teaching is a new and rapidly growing field that is improving classroom practice. This course introduces 1) important research-based principles about how the brain learns best and 2) related brain-based strategies for designing effective learning activities in schools, residential programs, counseling settings, and after-school programs.
This ground-breaking course developed in collaboration with the Unitarian Universalist Association offers information, policies, and procedural suggestions to create a congregation where children and youth will be safe from sexual abuse.
This course presents an innovative model for responding to a disclosure of sexual violence. It stresses the importance of a supportive response to reduce secondary trauma and to encourage the survivor to seek further care.
An online workshop produced by The New England Adolescent Research Institute Inc. (NEARI) and sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). Whether you are new to the field or an experienced professional, this course provides the basics for how to encourage friends and family to deter and possibly prevent sexual violence.
This introductory online course covers how best to identify and intervene with youth who exhibit sexually abusive behaviors—to prevent them from hurting any other victims.
Nationally recognized for his training programs, books, and articles on treating youth who have sexually abused, David Prescott's course is for anyone who wants to understand these adolescents' complex and diverse treatment needs.
Dr. Johnson is a licensed clinical psychologist, author, and internationally recognized researcher and trainer in the field of child sexual abuse.