- Michigan Marriage & Family Therapists
No CE credits are required for renewal of your profession’s license.
A new rule was added to the Public Health Code – General Rules. The rule defines implicit bias as “an attitude or internalized stereotype that affects an individual’s
perception, action, or decision making in an unconscious manner and often contributes to unequal treatment of people based on race, ethnicity, nationality, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status, age, disability, or other characteristic. Rule 338.7001©. This course may be taken live or as a recorded webinar.
Training on Implicit Bias is required as a condition for initial licensure or registration as well as license or registration renewal. Unlike the human trafficking training requirement, this is not a “one time” training. Implicit Bias training is required every time you renew your license.
Board Contact Info
Board of Marriage & Family Therapy
Human Trafficking, 0.00 CE credit hours
Beginning in 2019, and all renewals thereafter, licensees seeking renewal must have completed training in identifying victims of human trafficking that meets the standards in Administrative Rule 338.7202 prior to renewing their license. The training must only be completed one time.
We do not currently offer courses to fulfill this requirement.
Implicit Bias, 1.00 CE credit hour
Addiction Counselor CE offers 1 course applicable to this requirement.103253: Implicit Bias Training: Increasing Understanding Towards Reducing Barriers and Disparities in Access to and Delivery of Physical and Mental Health Care Services, 3 CE credit hours
TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues: Chapter 5—Implementing Recovery-Oriented Counseling Programs
2 CE credit hours
Supervision; Management, Administration
Coming Together for Something Good:: Recommendations from a scoping review for dissemination and implementation science to improve indigenous substance use disorder treatment
1.25 CE credit hour
Addictions, Substance Use; Cultural & Racial Diversity; Cultural Diversity; Application to Practice; Treatment Knowledge; Professional Readiness
TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues: Chapter 4—Counseling Approaches for Sustaining Recovery and Promoting a Healthy Life
3.75 CE credit hours
Clinical Topics & Methods; Addictions, Substance Use; Treatment Knowledge; Application to Practice; Professional Readiness
TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues: Chapter 3—Counseling Approaches for Promoting Harm Reduction and Preventing Recurrence
5.5 CE credit hours
Application to Practice; Treatment Knowledge; Professional Readiness; Clinical Topics & Methods; Addictions, Substance Use
TIP 65: Counseling Approaches To Promote Recovery From Problematic Substance Use and Related Issues: Chapter 1—Introduction to Recovery From Problematic Substance Use; Chapter 2—Framework for Supporting Recovery With Counseling
6 CE credit hours
Addictions, Substance Use; Clinical Topics & Methods; Application to Practice; Treatment Knowledge; Professional Readiness
Mindfulness of the Body, Mind and Heart With Nature
3 CE credit hours
Clinical Topics & Methods; Application to Practice
Factors Associated With Substance Use Disorder Treatment Completion: a Cross-sectional Analysis of Justice-involved Adolescents
1 CE credit hour
Addictions, Substance Use; Forensic, Criminal Justice; Children and Adolescents; Application to Practice; Treatment Knowledge
Effects of Adding Video Feedback to Emotionally Focused Therapy Supervision: A Concurrent Multiple-baseline Across Subjects Design
1 CE credit hour
Best Practices in Ethics and Cultural Diversity Training: Patient Abandonment and Cultural Humility and Ohio Addiction Law: Meets ethics requirement for Ohio Gambling Endorsement
4 CE credit hours
Domestic Violence Victimization & Clinical Considerations
3 CE credit hours
Domestic Violence; Family/Couple