CONTINUING EDUCATION

The Broadmoor Improvement Association is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEUs) for Social Workers in the State of Louisiana. Most workshops are also approved for LPC CEUs. All workshops take place at the Broadmoor Arts and Wellness Center located at 3900 General Taylor Street, Second floor, NOLA 70125.

ABOUT OUR WORKSHOPS

Our CEU workshops are three hours in length from 9 am-12:15 pm and cost $45 plus processing fees through Eventbrite. The registration fee includes the workshop, coffee and light refreshments, CEU certificate, and handouts.

All upcoming workshops are currently pending approval for 3 clinical hours each for Social Workers by the Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners and for 3 clinical hours each for LPCs and PLPCs by the Louisiana Counseling Association.

Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made through Eventbrite at least 7 days prior to the event. No refunds will be possible after this time. For additional questions about our cancellation policy, please email bethanie@broadmoorimprovement.com.

Complaint Policy: Attendees of any CE sponsored by the Broadmoor Improvement Association who have a complaint should send their complaint in writing to bethanie@broadmoorimprovement.com with the subject line "Complaint." Please allow 3-5 business days for initial response.

For group registrations, please contact Bethanie Mangigian at 504-249-5130 or email bethanie@broadmoorimprovement.com.

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

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CEU Spring Workshop Series - Bundled Pricing!

Save money and get access to all four spring workshops.

The BIA is excited to host four unique continuing education workshops catered to helping professionals and counselors. We are offering this special opportunity to purchase all four workshops at a bundled rate of $165—saving you $25 off the total price of purchasing all workshops individually! 

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Clinical Considerations to Working with LGBTQ+ Populations

Friday, March 20th

LGBTQ+ clients face an alarming disparity in both the access to care and the clinical outcomes related to care when it comes to mental health. This continuing education workshop will explore the sources of those disparities and provide practical solutions in allowing providers to become more adept in providing competent, client-centered care to a population that often faces unique challenges relative to their gender identity and/or sexual orientation. Explore the full event details on the Eventbrite registration page.

Presented by Chris Lacefield, MA, LPC, NCC

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Addressing Traumatic Stress and Attachment Issues With Young Children

Friday, April 24th

This continuing education workshop will highlight the environmental factors that impact the development of young children, particularly for those born into families and communities that continue to experience marginalization due to racial, economic, and gender bias. Specific interventions will be presented that counter the effects of present day traumatic events as well as historical and intergenerational trauma for young children. Explore the full event details on the Eventbrite registration page.

Presented by Cirecie A. West-Olatunji, Ph. D.

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Ethics and Values: Is Values-Free Counseling Still a Thing

Saturday, May 16th

In this continuing education workshop, participants will discuss the role of personal values in counseling and helping professions and review important ethical codes in the industry. Explore the full event details on the Eventbrite registration page.

Presented by Dr. Tammy Lewis Wilborn

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Promoting Cultural-Responsiveness in Supervision: Supervising with Culture in Mind

Saturday, June 13th

During this workshop, participants will examine the role of cultural responsiveness in clinical supervision and review relevant ethical codes in the helping profession. Explore the full event details on the Eventbrite registration page.

Presented by Dr. Tammy Lewis Wilborn

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The BIA is a 501c3 non-profit neighborhood organization, founded in 1930. The BIA serves people who live, work, worship and play in Broadmoor through a coordinated network of anchor institutions, faith-based partners, businesses and community partners. 

3900 General Taylor St.

New Orleans LA 70125

T: 504-249-5130

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