Mental health issues in our communities, particularly for youth, are complex and challenging. This CEU course provides information regarding mental health and mental illness and how communities can improve prevention of mental illnesses, promotion of mental health, public education and awareness, early identification, treatment, crisis response, and recovery supports available.
The majority of individuals with serious mental illness experience the first signs of illness during adolescence or early adulthood and there are often long delays between symptom onset and the receipt of evidence-based interventions. This CE course provides an overview of the evidence-based components of coordinated specialty care programs for the treatment of first episode psychosis (FEP).
Synthetic cannabinoids are functionally similar to THC and bind to the same cannabinoid receptors in the brain and peripheral organs. This advanced CEU course provides detailed information about how the synthetic cannabinoids on the market elicit their actions and the dangers of their use.