Training and Continuing Education

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Friday, Feb. 21, 2020, 

9a - 4:30p, Enterprise, AL

This Training event is full and registration is closed .

6 hours of NBCC qualified continuing education in two 

3-hour topics:

Three (3) of the CE hours will be in ethics and will be stated such on the CE certificate.


Helping the helpers to serve those who serve: Supervision and clinical issues for counselors working with military and first responders  in dealing with trauma 


Ethical issues in distance counseling services

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Ethical Issues in Distance Counseling Services

From social media to the practices of eLearning, technology is ubiquitous in our lives and is expanding the areas of tele-counseling and tele-supervision. This discussion will focus on ethical issues as they relate to working with clients through a distance medium, the impact technology is having on the counseling professions, and its increasing influence on professional ethical codes and licensing/credentialing regulations.

Helping the helpers to serve those who serve: Supervision and clinical issues for counselors working with military and emergency service communities in dealing with trauma

Military and Emergency Service personnel, which includes Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT’s), Firefighters, Law Enforcement, and Public Safety, often place themselves in harm’s way in order to assist others in times of need. In service to the community these people risk health and injury in performance of their duties that may easily lead to debilitating health issues including Acute Stress, PTSD, Vicarious Trauma and Compassion Fatigue. Counselors who choose to serve these populations need to understand the cultural values, and the particular issues that these personnel face in the performance of their duties.

Counselors must also understand the potential issues that may arise when working with populations that have experienced, or work with, trauma, and the potential impact on the counselor including secondary trauma, compassion fatigue, and vicarious traumatization. In this training event, participants will review significant cultural and clinical elements of working with Military and Emergency Service personnel/issues and their families, and identify ways to promote growth in their clients as well as avoid burnout, compassion fatigue, and vicarious traumatization in themselves.

April 15 - 17, 2020, Wed - Fri., 

8a - 5p, Enterprise, AL

Space limited to 10

Join us for a 24-hour interactive class that will qualify you for Certification as an LPC-Supervisor in the state of Alabama. This course also provides 24 NBCC qualified continuing education hours (6 are in ethics). This course will be held in Enterprise, AL from 8a-5p each day. 

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Friday, June 19, 2020, 

8a - 4:30p, Troy, AL

7 hours of NBCC qualified continuing education in ethics. Topics will vary in 1-2 hour modules. 

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3RAVNAR, LLC's Mission in Training and Continuing Education

3RAVNAR, LLC’s mission is to provide high-quality continuing education and training opportunities to members of the mental health, emergency services, fire services, law enforcement, and EMS professions.

3RAVNAR, LLC employs qualified trainers and presenters who have outstanding education, experience in their fields, and experience working with specific populations. 

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Keith Cates, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC, ACS, BC-TMH

3RAVNAR, LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6989. Programs t​hat do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. 3RAVNAR, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.