Claudette Grinnell Davis, PhD, MS, MSW is an assistant professor in the Grace Abbott School of Social Work, University of Nebraska Omaha. She completed her PhD in social work and psychology at the University of Michigan and her MSW in interpersonal practice at Western Michigan University. Her practice experience has been primarily in a child welfare context, where she provided individual and family services to children and their parents who were reunifying after long-term foster care. Her research interests focus on parent involvement in the child welfare system, parenting interventions, and the relationship between children’s mental health and experiencing child maltreatment. The following webinars are written, designed and produced by Dr. Grinnell Davis.
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Introduction (.25 CEU)
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Anxiety Disorders (.25 CEU)
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Behavior Disorders (.25 CEU)
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Depressive Disorders (.25 CEU)
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Impulse Disorders (.25 CEU)
Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Mental Health: Working with an Incomplete Diagnosis (.25 CEU)
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