Quantum Units Education Online
Quantum Units Continuing Education offers Free Online Continuing Education CEU materials and Free Online Continuing Education CEU testing 24/7. QUANTUM CEU Courses are affordable and of superior quality. CEUs are approved for the following Licensees:
Social Work CEUs: LCSW, ASW, MSW, MFT CEUs: pre-MFT CEUs, MFCC, LMFT, Nursing CEUs: RN, LVN, CNA, PT, OT, LPC CEUs: LMHC,LPCC, Mental Health Counselors, NCC, MAC, Addiction and Substance Abuse Counselor CEUs: LADC, CAC, CSAC, CADC, CATC, CADDTP, FACT and CEUs for many more licensees!
Our CEU Hours are approved by the following boards: NAADAC, CA BBS, NBCC, Florida, Texas, CAADAC, CADDTP, CAADE, NATTC, USNCB, CA BRN, CAARR and more. See our State by State CEU Approval Listing.
“Gabriel Constans has provided Quantum Units Continuing Education with several high quality courses for our continuing education community. His work focuses on Death, Grief, Trauma and Loss - a subject matter that not just anyone can write about. Gabriel's courses get rave reviews from our participants. It has been a pleasure to work with Gabriel. We look forward to continuing our relationship with him.” -- Margie Savage, CEO
The following CEU Courses on Grief and Loss developed by Gabriel Constans, Ph.D. can be found at Quantum Units Education Online:
This course provides personal and professional information, testimonies and time-tested tools for healthy ways to cope and adjust to life after sudden and/or violent loss. It looks at the reality of sudden loss with perspective and insight, including the author's (Dr. Gabriel Constans) personal experiences, as well as his clients and colleagues, who have been walking, crawling and sometimes running in the midst of sudden, unexpected, often horrific circumstances.
- Identify the differences between anticipated and sudden loss and name five factors that effect individual reactions to loss.
- Summariaze how people perceive and make sense of trauma and unexpected change, and determine what information is most helpful immediately after death.
- Assess complications that can arise from sudden and/or violent death and determine how to effectively mourn the person who died and maintain a healthy connection.
- Recognize self-care techniques including self-awareness, externalization and actions.
Grief and Depression
This short course discusses the differences and interrelationships between Grief and Depression according to the DSM-IV. This is another course in a series on Grief and Loss by Dr. Gabriel Constans.
- Identify the characteristics of major depression and differentiate between grief and depressive reactions.
- Recognize the components used in assessing, evaluating, and questioning the depressed or grieving individual.
- Describe practical suggestions to assist those with grief and loss, depression, and anxiety.
Men and Grief
This course explores the different ways in which men react to and heal from grief and sadness. The course weaves in the complex web of biology and environment to illuminate how and why men may respond differently than women, as well as how their responses are similar. By exploring some of the different and similar emotional responses and their roots, the hope is to be better able to support one another through painful times.
- Recognize that individuals all grieve differently, despite gender; but that some similarities tend to exist among men.
- Identify the emotions and behaviors that are and are not helpful or required for healing.
- Be aware of talk and story-telling patterns that may be part of a man's healing process.
- Identify some of the myths around a man's path to healing from loss.