Training Management System
Saturday, May 15, 2021
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A basic course on the theory of addiction, the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain, and basic pharmacology
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Addictions 101 is a basic course on the theory of addiction, the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain, basic pharmacology, principles of recovery, common treatment approaches, and what treatment is in Pennsylvania.
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Addictions 101 is a basic course on the theory of addiction, the effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain, basic pharmacology, principles of recovery, common treatment approaches, and what treatment is in Pennsylvania.
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This course will outline the connection between substance abuse and HIV disease. It will provide information about the fundamental principles unique to this dually impacted population. HIV transmission, development, symptoms and treatment options will be addressed. Risk Assessment, risk reduction and health promotion counseling strategies will be discussed. The course format will include lecture, discussion, and experiential exercises.
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This course will outline the connection between SUD and HIV disease. It will provide information about the fundamental principles unique to this dually impacted population. HIV transmission, development, symptoms, and treatment options will be addressed. Risk assessment, risk reduction, and health promotion counseling strategies will be discussed. This course format will include lecture, discussion, and experiential exercises.
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Defines the practice of strength-based intensive case management services for those with substance abuse disorders. Give a broad overview of the case management concept and where it fits in substance abuse treatment
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Defines the practice of strength-based intensive case management services for those with substance use disorders. Give a broad overview of the case management concept and where it fits in substance abuse treatment.
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Defines the practice of strength-based intensive case management services for those with substance use disorders. Give a broad overview of the case management concept and where it fits in substance abuse treatment.
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This is a five-day course the sessions will combine both didactic and experiential components. The focus of the training will be on the understanding and implementation of the skills necessary to function as a clinical supervisor for individual and group therapy. Special issues such as the distinctions between therapy and supervision, addiction theories of supervision, and dependency will be discussed. Trainees will have to opportunity to practice supervisory sessions.
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Course provides the information needed in order to comply with the applicable Federal and State laws and regulations. This training is a foundation course for anyone working in the field of substance abuse treatment.
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To assist addiction professionals in exploring their beliefs, through thoughts and attitudes about people of diverse cultural backgrounds. It will help them explore the dynamic impact of culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender and social class in therapeutic environments and on well-being, behavior, and social beliefs. Participants will become more sensitive to and effective in their work and interactions with clients of different cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds.
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This course will address ethical considerations in addiction treatment. In protecting the client, the agency and the counselor from litigation, the counselor must have knowledge and understanding of State and Federal laws and regs governing treatment of the addict, and the HIV positive client. The topic of court mandated clients will be addressed, as well as general concerns about counselor/client limitations and boundaries. Boundary violations will be discussed
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This training will define ethics and compare to laws and codes. The four cornerstones of ethical care will be discussed, as well as ethical principles, including professional relationships, telehealth and social media, and resolving ethical concerns. A decision-making model will be reviewed and applied to case studies.
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This virtual course reviews the six principles in the Prevention Code of Ethics, as well as how to use an ethical decision-making process and to apply the Prevention Code of Ethics. Attendance and participation in Parts 1 and 2 are required to receive a certificate of completion.
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This course will investigate the various categories of recreational drugs, including the more recent substances that are being abused. There will be a special concentration on the problem with opiates and methamphetamine. Participants will review the categories of drugs and their effects, learn the names and street terms for these substances, explore various drug trends, modes of administration and drug combinations.
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This live session will review how different populations are affected by problem gambling. Sports gambling and social gambling will also be discussed.
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This live session will discuss how problem gambling relates to the criminal justice field, as well as financial and asset management. Additionally, it will review co-occurring disorders and suicide prevention among clients with problem gambling.
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This live session will discuss ethics as they relate to problem gambling treatment. The IGCCB Code of Ethics will be reviewed.
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The final live session will provide a review of the previous live and on-demand sessions, as well as a review of the certification process.
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This 2-day training will give participants the information to respond to individuals with empathic, reflective statements, and to identify change talk within individual speech. Participants will understand when and how to use open-ended questions to elicit change talk. This training is followed by an optional and invitational series of 8 monthly learning collaboratives. Inquire with trainer for more information.
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This workshop explores sociocultural variables that have promoted the use of the narcotics into the mainstream of America. Among the substances that are investigated are Opium, Heroin, Morphine, Methadone, OxyContin, Fentanyl, and Vicodin. Negative consequences of substance abuse are discussed. Treatment strategies and recommendations, both current and historic, are discussed.
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This course will present a multitude of case studies and scenarios which will present challenges to the clinician to make the correct application of the law as it pertains to each case, Confidentiality laws and regulations. THIS COURSE DOES NOT FULFILL THE REQUIREMENT OF THE 6 HR CONFIDENTIALITY COURSE. Participants must bring their copy of Confidentiality manual.
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Description regarding current epidemic/trend involving abuse of prescription drugs. Role of internet and other contributing factors presented as well as how drugs obtained, used; signs, symptoms of use, type, toxicity, treatment and prevention
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Discussion regarding current epidemic/trend involving abuse of prescription drugs. Role of internet and other contributing factors presented, as well as how drugs are obtained and used. Discussion will include signs and symptoms of use, types of drugs used, toxicity of drugs, and treatment and prevention.
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Discussion regarding current epidemic/trend involving abuse of prescription drugs. Role of internet and other contributing factors presented, as well as how drugs are obtained and used. Discussion will include signs and symptoms of used, types of drugs used, toxicity of drugs, and treatment and prevention.
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Prevention 101 is a 2-part training which provides a catalyst for understanding how primary prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) is defined and implemented in Pennsylvania. Part 1 provides an overview of prevention and its evolution, as well as an introduction of skills, competencies, and data driven decision making to understanding the Spectrum of Prevention and the basics of the Strategic Prevention Framework Model.
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Prevention 101 is a two part training which provides a catalyst for understanding how primary prevention of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs (ATOD) is defined and implemented in Pennsylvania. Must complete Part 1: Mastering the Basics first. Part 2 expands on the basics provided in Part 1 of the course by guiding participants through an in-depth presentation of the Strategic Prevention Framework and applying it to a case study in the field. Will include practice of skills through a fictitious case study.
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An overview of Pain Management, specifics, assessment and alternatives with regard to pain management for addicted patients. Understand the role of a variety of pain treatment approaches in addressing both acute and chronic pain syndromes. Develop a rational pain treatment plan for clients.
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People who are dependent suffer from the negative effects of a traumatic experience at a much higher rate than the general population. It is critical for those who work with these clients to understand what causes post traumatic problems, how these problems appear, and learn effective ways of working with these clients.
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The first session in the Recovery Specialist Curriculum(RSC) will introduce the course, covering the history of SUD and recovery. Multiple definitions of recovery will be discussed as well as initial dialogue on the role of the recovery specialist.
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The second session in the RSC will conclude the discussion of the role of the Recovery Specialist (RS) and begin the review of communication and professional skills of the RS.
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The third session of the RSC will conclude the discussion of the role of the Recovery Specialist (RS) and introduce Motivational Interviewing.
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The fourth session of the RSC will continue the discussion of Motivational Interviewing and review the Stages of Change. Ethical responsibility and professionalism will also be discussed.
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The fifth session of the RSC will continue to discuss ethical responsibility and professionalism for the Recovery Specialist
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The sixth session of the RSC will discuss substance use for the Recovery Specialist
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The seventh session of the RSC will discuss co-occurring disorders and mental health, as well as begin a discussion on recovery planning and collaboration.
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The eighth session of the RSC will conclude discussion of recovery planning and collaboration. Additionally, other types of support a recovery specialist can provide will be reviewed, including non-clinical support groups, digital recovery support, and advocacy.
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The ninth session of the RSC will conclude discussion on advocacy and begin a discussion on cultural competency.
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The tenth and final session in the RSC will conclude the discussion of cultural competency, and also discuss safety and self-care for the recovery specialist.
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This course addresses the requirements for drug and alcohol screening and assessment of adults in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The required components of each tool, emergent care issues, screening options, level of case management determination, interviewing techniques and review of the DSM-5 Criteria for Substance Use Disorders will be covered.
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The Screening and Assessment training provides participants with the knowledge needed to provide these services to individuals in PA who are possibly in need of SUD services. The training will include an overview of the skills necessary in conducting screenings and assessments, as well as tools required by DDAP. Emergent care issues and priority populations will also be discussed. The training focuses on the Level of Care assessment, as opposed to the clinical assessment.
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The Screening and Assessment training provides participants with the knowledge needed to provide these services to individuals in PA who are possibly in need of SUD services. The training will include an overview of the skills necessary in conducting screenings and assessments, as well as tools required by DDAP. Emergent care issues and priority populations will also be discussed. This training focuses on the Level of Care assessment, as opposed to the clinical assessment.
Onsite
The Screening and Assessment training provides participants with the knowledge needed to provide these services to individuals in PA who are possibly in need of SUD services. The training will include an overview of the skills necessary in conducting screenings and assessments, as well as tools required by DDAP. Emergent care issues and priority populations will also be discussed. The training focuses on the Level of Care Assessment, as opposed to the clinical assessment.
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This introductory level curriculum provides participants with information about central nervous system stimulants and their impact on the user's brain, body, and behavior. Topics include the scope of stimulant use in the United States; The impact of use on cognition; Stimulant use and psychosis; Short- and long-term physical and mental health consequences; The intersection of stimulant use and HIV risk; Effective evidence-based behavioral treatment interventions and recovery supports.
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This introductory level curriculum provides participants with information about central nervous system stimulants and their impact on the user's brain, body, and behavior. Topics include the scope of stimulant use in the United States; The impact of use on cognition; Stimulant use and psychosis; Short- and long-term physical and mental health consequences; The intersection of stimulant use and HIV risk; Effective evidence-based behavioral treatment interventions and recovery supports.
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Provides clinician with knowledge regarding the most common infectious and communicable diseases and modes of transmission. Protective measures will also be covered
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This workshop will look at the various social and cultural influences that help create images and expectations in adolescent's minds and how it may influence his/her behavior. In addition, the workshop will examine the influences on an adolescent's defininton of masculinity, feminity, relationships and violence. Also there will be an explanation of the external influences that encourage youth to drink or abuse drugs.

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