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Continuing Education Courses and Workshops

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Professional Development for Teachers, Counselors, School Administrators, and School Based Professionals

Loyola University Maryland's School of Education offers courses for teachers and education professionals seeking graduate-level courses for professional development or to maintain licensure requirements. Courses are offered in varies formats to fit the schedules of busy educators. 

Please review the course homepage to learn more about each individual course, including the course descriptions, schedule, credit hour information, and cost. 

Fall 2024 Course Offerings

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Intro to Coaching for Counselors
This 2-credit course provides 30 hours of learning on the topic of coaching. This course is designed around four specific areas aligned with the Board-Certified Coach credential. The four areas include Ethic and Regulatory Guidelines, coaching knowledge, and Applications, Assessment, and Practice management. The course is delivered asynchronously with opportunities to receive feedback and interact with your instructor through teleconferencing. Dates: Sept. 16- Dec. 9, 2024


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Clinical Supervision
This course is the first in the Clinical Supervision series. We provide Clinical Supervision I, II, and III. Each course gives participants with 16 hours of clinical supervision. Students seeking supervision hours toward a LCPC may participate in this group supervision experience. Students are expected to be working with clients, and to bring cases to the supervision class for supervision, discussion, and problem solving. Students will utilize the required forms for supervision as outlined in state requirements for supervision experience. The focus of this supervision experience as case conceptualization and the development of treatment plans. A final written evaluation will be provided to each student to maintain in their records as required to document supervision. Student must complete the three courses to have the required clinical supervision hours. Each course is 1 graduate credit. Dates: Aug. 26- Dec. 16, 2024


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