NEW QUANTUM LOGONew! Meditative Psychotherapy

This brief course was developed using Dr. Jeffrey B. Rubin’s book, Meditative Psychotherapy: The Marriage of East and West. Dr. Rubin is one of the leading integrators of the Eastern meditative and Western psychotherapeutic traditions, and the creator of meditative psychotherapy. The author discusses how the “marriage” of these two disciplines promises a way to illuminate human suffering and offer paths to healing and transformation. The book includes examples from Dr Rubin’s practice that illustrate his reflections and perspective.

New! Preventing and Addressing Alcohol and Drug Problems – A Handbook for Clergy

This course is intended to increase awareness of the family consequences when the disease of addiction is present, enhance the ability to support people in faith communities who are struggling with addiction, and provide some strategies to help prevent alcohol and drug use by the youth in the community. It is based on the core competences published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) in 2004. With a better understanding of addiction and the untreated family consequences, the reader may be more comfortable and effective in helping affected families obtain necessary help, and in adopting strategies that can reduce the number of people who will be hurt by these diseases in the future.

New! Identifying Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems of Children and Youth

This course is intended to promote the early identification of children and adolescents with mental health and substance use problems. It addresses the approaches, methods, and strategies used to identify mental health and substance use problems of high-risk youth (persons whose ages are between birth and 22 years) in settings that serve either a broad spectrum of children and adolescents or a high-risk population.

New! Effective Treatment for People in Homelessness Rehabilitation

This course is an extraction from Treatment Improvement Protocol #55 – Effective Treatment for People in Homelessness Rehabilitation. This course focuses on several people with behavioral health disorders who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Each case demonstrates effective approaches to treatment for people who are in different phases of homelessness rehabilitation and who have substance use and/or mental disorder.

New! Stroke Rehabilitation

The guideline is relevant to all healthcare professionals providing or directing treatment services to patients recovering from a stroke, in any healthcare setting (primary care, specialty care, and long-term care) and in community programs.

For these CEU courses and many more, visit Quantum Units Education


NEW QUANTUM LOGONew! Substance Use Disorders and Child Maltreatment

This manual, Protecting Children in Families Affected by Substance Use Disorders, provides a basis for understanding parental substance use disorder and its relationship to child maltreatment. The manual encourages enhanced collaboration between CPS and alcohol and drug abuse treatment agencies.

New! Breastfeeding Support and Promotion

This intermediate level continuing education course describes how supporting mothers and babies who are breastfeeding will increase the public health impact of everyone’s efforts, reduce inequities in the quality of health care that mothers and babies receive, and improve the support that families receive in employment and community settings.

New! Psychotherapy and Video Games (e-book format)

In this e-book, psychotherapist Mike Langlois takes a fresh look at video games and technology, their impact on our lives, and what they could mean for the future of psychotherapy. *

Full info on these courses and many more, visit Quantum Units Education

Beedie Savage – President of Quantum Units Education


Quantum Units EducationNew! Alcohol and Drug Competencies for Ministers and Other Clergy

3 CE hrs. $9
CE Course Description
This course is intended to help clergy best address problems of alcohol and drug dependence on those in their sphere of influence. It covers the basic facts about alcohol and drug dependence and their impact on the individual and family members.

New! CPR Guidelines

5 CE hrs. $15
CE Course Description
This course summarizes key issues and changes in the 2010 American Heart Association (AHA) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC). Its focus is on resuscitation science and new recommendations to the CPR guidelines that are most important or controversial, or will result in changes in the practice of resuscitation or resuscitation training. It also provides the rationale for the recommendations.

Visit Quantum Units Education for more information on these courses and many more


NEW QUANTUM LOGONEW! Biomarkers and Alzheimer’s Science

4 CE hrs. $12
This course covers recent scientific research on Alzheimer’s disease, including biomarkers that have been identified, modifiable and genetic risk factors, drug research, studies on the effects of different kinds of care, and discoveries from basic science research.

New! Ethics for Licensed Professional Counselors and National Certified Counselors

2 CE hrs. $6
This short Ethics course is based on the Code of Ethics by NBCC – The National Board of Certified Counselors. It’s applicable to all Licensed Professional Counselors and National Certified Counselors.

New! Generation Alzheimer’s

2 CE hr. $6
This basic course is intended to provide participants with information about the personal, social and economic costs of Alzheimer’s Disease now and in the coming half-century, and why we should support research on finding a cure.

New! Screening for Drug Use in Medical Settings

10 CE hrs $30
This course is intended to provide in general medical settings the screening tools and procedures necessary to conduct screening, brief intervention, and/or treatment referral for patients who may have or be at risk of developing a substance use disorder.

New! Supporting Families Impacted by Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Trauma

10 CE hrs. $30
Besides the difficult task of raising children—often while working full-time, many caregivers deal with added stressors such as mental health problems, substance abuse, and a history of trauma. The aim of this course is to build a responsive community: a community that has as its goal to respond as sensitively to the needs of a family as a committed caregiver does to his or her child.

For these new courses and many more, visit Quantum Units Education


NEW QUANTUM LOGOBorderline Personality Disorder: Basic Review
This short course, an update by the National Institute of Mental Health, focuses on the psycological condition called borderline personality disorder. It coveres symptoms, other illnesses that may accompany borderline personality disorder, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatments. 1 CE hr. $3

Drugs of Abuse
This course is intended to give an overview of the most commonly abused drugs. It begins with an explanation of the Controlled Substances Act, how it is used, and the substances listed on the five Schedules. It covers the five classes of drugs regulated by the CSA, including the origin of each drug, its street name(s), information about what it looks like, how it is used, its mental and physical effects, and its legal status. 7 CE hrs. $21

Mental Health Treatment for People with Hepatitis C
This short course addresses the mental health needs of persons with Hepatitis C.
1 CE hr $3

Preventing Workplace Violence for Healthcare and Social Service Workers
This course is intended to help employers of healthcare and social services workers establish effective workplace violence prevention programs adapted to their specific worksites. It offers guidelines based on National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) standards that address preventing violence inflicted by patients or clients against staff. It also covers resources available to support design and implementation of such a program. 3 CE hrs $9

Physical Detoxification from Substances
This course highlights specific treatment regimens for specific substances and provides guidance on the medical, nursing, and social services aspects of these treatments. Substances covered are alcohol, benzodiazepines and other sedative- hypnotics, stimulants, inhalants-solvents, nicotine, THC containing drugs, anabolic steroids, and club drugs. It also includes what should be considered for specific populations.It also contains definitions for technical terms related to the topic.
9 CE hrs $27

Treatment for Hepatitis A, B and C
This course is based on a chapter that has been excerpted from Treatment Improvement Protocol Manual #53: Addressing viral Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders. This chapter specifically addresses the treatment recommendations for Hepatitis A, B and C.
1 CE hr $3

Viral Hepatitis: Overview
This course is based on a chapter taken from TIP manual #53: Addressing Virual Hepatitis in People with Substance Use Disorders by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration. This chapter covers a basic overview of Viral Hepatitis A, B and C.
1 CE hr $3

All information on new ceu courses at Quantum Units Education