U.S. Journal Training 2021 Trailblazer Certificate Series
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For more than 40 years, U.S. Journal Training (USJT) has specialized in delivering professional training for frontline practitioners in the fields of mental health, substance abuse, education, and related fields. Since 2008, the collaboration between Newport Healthcare and USJT has focused on providing clinical professionals with new understanding and practices for helping teens and young adults find sustainable healing.
As we navigate this challenging time together, we’re dedicated to providing ongoing professional development opportunities, through in-depth certificate programs, interactive online workshops, CE classes, and more. Our ultimate goal is to support mental health professionals in the essential work of guiding young people to a better future.
Why Choose Us?
40+ Years of Clinical Education
USJT has worked to educate clinicians for over 40 years and we are excited to offer these new certificate programs and CE offerings
Get relevant continuing education from amazing industry veterans...for psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and counselors
Earn a Certificate!
Take six out of eight presentations offered each certificate cycle and you are eligible for a certificate and a digital credential
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What Are Other Attendees Saying About Us?
Sessions were informative and engaging
The topics presented were applicable and pertinent; lots of tech support from staff. Sessions were easily accessible and the platform worked great!
Course Curriculum is easy to follow and instructors are awesome
Great information, really going to shift the perspective on trauma interventions I use. Presenters were knowledgeable and presented current material. I loved the video clips and researched back data.
All videos are well arranged and easy to follow in step by step
A lot of fun, very insightful and enhancing to my professional and clinical growth. It was easy to use the technology. It didn't feel isolating because questions were still able to be asked and answered.