Our series on psychotropic medications for children and teens will help you recognize symptoms of the most common mental illnesses and disorders that affect teens and children. Throughout this series, you will become more familiar with some of the most common prescription treatments for these illnesses and disorders, and better understand the role of caregivers and advocates in supporting children with mental health needs.
The National Association of Social Workers, Georgia Chapter (NASW-GA) has approved the courses for 4 core continuing education clock hours for social work licensing purposes.
Students who successfully complete the Psychotropic Medication Package
will receive:4 Hours of Social Services Training:
Professional Development Certificates
- Psychotropic Medication Part I: Mental Illnesses and Disorders in Children and Teens – 2 Hours
- Psychotropic Medication Part II: Treatments and Side Effects – 2 Hours
Not all courses are approved for early care and education in every state. Please check State and CEU Approvals page for details.
- Professional Development Certificate for each course, verifying training hours
- CEU credit – included at no extra cost!