This is a group to provide a SAFE SPACE for TEENS to receive unconditional support, find common ground, and learn creative tools to help combat anxiety and depression triggering self-harm including BUT not limited to: cutting, burning, scratching, scarring, or doing extreme and/or risky physical activities with the intention to hurt oneself.
June 6th – July 18th (7 weeks) from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
A 4-day, youth-led, conference for teens. The Idaho Youth Summit challenges Idaho teens to embrace a healthy lifestyle and become leaders who actively seek to positively impact their schools, communities, and all of Idaho.
For: Teens Entering Grades 8-12 and Adults who work with Youth
June 13 – 16, 2017
Implementing Culturally Competent Substance Abuse Prevention Services is a 90-minute webinar sponsored by the Idaho Office of Drug Policy. The webinar will give leaders of substance abuse prevention programs the information and knowledge required to develop and deliver culturally competent prevention services. The webinar will also address cross-cultural communication and multicultural group dynamics.
June 19th, 2017 from 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
We present a free parent webinar: “Mental Health Crisis Planning for Youth and Families” presented by Kim Nealey, NCC, LCPC, ACADC; and Jennifer S. Eason-Barnett, LCSW.
June 29th, 2017 at 2:00 pm
All families have strengths. At the same time, all families face challenges, and worry about what is best for their children. Learn to recognize and build the five factors that protect you from being overwhelmed by stress, and help your children to thrive.
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July 6th, 2017 at 10:00 am
If you serve family caregivers, if you are a family caregiver, if you care about family caregivers…. Please share your voice as we focus on synergies, strategies and solutions around caregiver respite and support across the lifespan.
July 7th, 2017 from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Personality Disorders & DV Training
Follow this link, training event flyer, for more information on event agenda and location.
July 28th, 2017
On August 5, 2017, Canyon County Juvenile Probation will be hosting a FREE COMMUNITY EVENT highlighting truancy prevention/awareness. The event includes a kickball tournament. Call Brittany Sandoval at 208-454-7426 if you would like to host an informational table or register a team in the kickball tournament. FREE FOOD! FREE ACTIVITIES! Kickball Tourney!
Where: Griffiths Park, Caldwell, ID
When: August 5, 2017 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
4th Annual Out-of-School Summit
The Idaho AfterSchool Network is thrilled to announce the dates for our 4th Annual Out-of-School Summit, September 13th and 14th at Boise State University. Registration will open in April! Please plan to join us for the only statewide conference dedicated to out-of-school time.
We need a dedicated team of 4-7 individuals to help us plan the Summit. Free registration for our planning team. If you can commit a couple hours a month March through August and 2-3 hours a week in the three weeks leading up to the Summit, please submit your name here and we will reach out to share more.
We are officially requesting proposals for breakout sessions to be considered for the 2017 Summit. The Summit is a great opportunity to share your expertise and dive deeper into topics to improve the out-of-school program quality. Presenters receive free summit registration and funds are available for those that need to travel more than 60 miles. You can find the proposal form here.
September 13th and 14th – Boise State University
The Northwest Alcohol and Substance Abuse Conference is excited to announce the 2017 Idaho Drug Symposium. This two day symposium is open to all who work in law enforcement, prevention, education, coalitions, treatment providers and probation. The symposium will focus on today’s issues involving heroin, marijuana and prescription pills.
Monday, October 2 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm ~ Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
The Riverside Hotel, Boise, Idaho
52 Million Americans reported using a prescription drug for non-medical reasons at least once in their lifetime. Thousands of overdoses and deaths have occurred with narcotic analgesics and sedative drugs, in 2016 alone. With the numbers increasing daily, it is imperative to learn the recent trends in prescription drug abuse. This will include investigation techniques, identifying impairment, and identifying the various different types of products. All attendees will come away with the skills that allow for the detection of people under the influence of the 7 major drug categories. This training will open your eyes to the widespread usage of designer drugs, and drug impairment in our communities along with the associated items involved with the drug culture.
December 4th, 2017 from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
Bobby Rogers and Tiffany Walters Memorial Scholarships
Applications are available on our website at www.buckleupforbobby.com. All high school seniors and college students through age 24 are eligible IF they can produce evidence of attendance at an Alive at 25 course. Information about the course is available at www.idsafedriver.org or aliveat25.us. In addition, we are announcing a one-time only scholarship opportunity for underclassmen. Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors in the 2015-2016 school year are eligible to compete for several $500.00 scholarships with the deadline being 7/31/16. They must show evidence of Alive at 25 class attendance as well.
Community Resource Meetings
Date: Ongoing. The first Tuesday of each month, (Feb, Apr, June, Aug, Oct and December), at 10:00 am.
Location: Dept. of H&W in Caldwell
The purpose of the Community Resource meeting is to provide an informal forum for agencies to get together and network. The goal is to use the knowledge and contacts to better serve the clients.
Family Healing Group: Education and Support
Open to the Community: For loved ones of anyone struggling with a substance use disorder.
– Learn About Codependency and Addiction
– Family Roles and Family Dynamics
– Communication Skills
Tuesday Nights 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Ashwood Recovery Building – 7941 W. Rifleman St. Boise, ID 83704 – 208-895-7950
Location: Visit site for drop off locations.
Unwanted medications and old prescriptions can be dropped off at area law enforcement offices for free and safe disposal. Boise City Police, Ada County Sheriff’s Office, and Garden City Police will each offer a ‘no questions asked’ medications collection bin in the lobby of their respective headquarters.
NAMI Family & Friends Support Groups are a peer-led support group for family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances.
Boise: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the El-Ada Program Building
Nampa: 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm at the First United Methodist Church
Optum Trainings for Network Providers – click here to check on training availability
Optum is pleased to work with our network to provide training opportunities. Please be sure to take note of registration requirements. Most registrations will close the week prior to the offered training to allow for proper planning of webinar resources as well as provide participants with necessary information to join the sessions.
FREE Parenting Classes
As individuals in Recovery, we learn that our behaviors do not only affect us – they affect those we love, as well. As parents in recovery, we have an opportunity to make ammends and break unhealthy cycles that will have a powerful and long lasting impact on our children’s lives by learning to become the best parents that we can be. Call to reserve your place today: 208-853-8536.
Tuesdays 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Please come at 2:45 the first time to fill out paperwork)
PEER Wellness Center – 963 S. Orchard St. #101, Boise, ID 83705
Free Program Sponsored By Saint Alphonsus Health ALLIANCE
Watch a 5-minute video presentation at www.TobaccoVideo.com
To register call: 208-367-5864
See flyer for dates and times.
Tobacco Cessation Classes
Idaho’s seven district health departments all offer tobacco cessation and no cost quit products.
In this scenario-based series, participants meet “Nick,” a young father with many strengths who is living with both substance use and mental illness. The course explores the question: How do I work with Nick and help him meet his needs in ways that are both evidence based and recovery-focused?
Each course is approved for FREE 1.5 American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) CME credits.
Attendees in this will be able to: (a) describe secondary trauma and will be able to discuss the axioms associated with the secondary trauma of family systems; (b) explain epigenetics as a method of transferring trauma from one generation to the next; (c) discuss how families organize around trauma and how this organization can impact family functioning, enabling, control, and establishment of boundaries; and (d) apply engagement strategies and treatment methods that can assist in the assessment and treatment process.
June 16th, 2017
It’s time to take mental health, mental illness and addiction — and all the messy, sometimes embarrassing, uneasy truths that accompany them — out from behind closed doors — and discuss them openly. MHA’s 2017 Annual Conference will dive into these sometimes controversial topics in a way MHA never has done before. Join affiliates, advocates, policy makers, healthcare providers, executives, members of the media, artists, and others as we explore the theme, Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll.
June 14th – 16th, 2017
With a focus on mind, body and business, Innovations in Behavioral Healthcare will explore opportunities to lead growth within patients AND organizations. Our headline speaker will be Glennon Doyle Melton, author of New York Times best-sellers, Love Warrior and Carry On, Warrior, and we’re accepting speaker applications to complete the remainder of our agenda now. Behavioral health and medical professionals may receive up to 12 hours of continuing education by registering to attend HERE. Our exhibit hall featuring over 85 tables has sold out in years one and two. Reserve your booth now before we sell out year three by registering HERE.
June 19th – 20th, 2017
Our communities are powerful and abundant. Knowing the resources that exist in our communities and how we are connected to those resources is essential in helping people with disabilities become active participants in the everyday rhythms of community life. In this webinar, we will discuss 5 basic types of resources in our communities, and how we can use them to effectively create resource maps of the communities where we live and work.
June 22nd, 2017
Join us for a webinar on the development of Healthy People 2030 on Thursday, June 22 at 12:00 p.m. ET. In this webinar co-hosted with the American Public Health Association (APHA), attendees will be able to:
Understand how to use Healthy People 2020 to promote public health
Learn about the development of the Healthy People 2030 framework
Ask questions about the development of Healthy People 2030
June 22nd, 2017
With the success comes growth and expansion. The 3rd annual conference will take on the name Western States Conference on Suicide and will build on the successes of the 2 previous conferences by welcoming neighboring states as a Northwest Regional Conference of distinction: WA, ID, MT, OR, NV, UT and WY. We aim to provide updates about suicide prevention efforts and measures affecting the geographic areas of the Pacific NW. Participants will leave the conference with a better knowledge of how they impact prevention, what Zero Suicide means, models of success and resiliency, and how each can implement facets from the conference into their own lives and professions.
June 23rd – 24th, 2017
Boise State University, Idaho
Join this webinar to gain an insightful understanding of how to empower dialogues that motivate active participation. Learn to motivate thinking into visible actions that create behavioral options, resilient emotions and a passion to improve.
June 27th, 2017
Opioid use disorders are a public health crisis affecting the greater Pittsburgh area, the region, and the entire country. Stakeholders of all types are finding ways to work together to heal communities, promote recovery, and address stigma. Who should attend? Addiction Therapists, Counselors, Mental Health Therapists, Social Workers, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Pain Management Physicians, and Administrators and Executives.
June 26th – 27th, 2017
The documentary Paper Tigers sparked renewed interest in the effects of chronic, overwhelming stress and trauma on children’s development. Trauma-informed care is emphasized more than ever. Yet, parents, educators, clinicians, mental health workers and law enforcement alike still struggle to understand the impacts of trauma on brain development in a concrete and tangible way. This conference will provide concrete strategies that operationalize what brain science tells us will be most effective. If you want to know more about how trauma impacts the brain and what to do about it, please join us for this exciting conference.
June 28th – 29th, 2017
Whitman College , 345 Boyer Avenue, Walla Walla, WA 99362
This webinar will examine the dynamics of motivation, including the definition of motivation, how and why motivation changes, and the importance of motivation in the recovery process. The webinar will demonstrate how a professional’s attitude, language, and style can increase or decrease a client’s motivation.
June 28th, 2017
NAMI 2017 National Convention will feature: Attendee visit to Capitol Hill to advocate for mental health, Top-notch researchers and clinicians providing information and tools to advance and sustain recovery from mental illness, People living with a mental illness and their families providing their own important perspectives on recovery, The country’s keenest minds and savviest policymakers offering strategies and tactics to effectively advocate for changing the mental health system in our nation, Abundant networking opportunities so we can learn from each other about how we can improve the lives of all people living with mental illness and their families, Inspiration, innovation and an exhilarating four days in Washington, DC.
June 28th – July 1st
The path of meditation is a systematic process for training the mind, transforming the psyche, and opening the heart. In this 4-day retreat you’ll be invited to explore this path with step-by-step guidance derived from ancient Buddhist wisdom, modern cognitive psychology and neuroscience. Through the practice of stabilizing attention and cultivating mindfulness, deeper ways of knowing yourself and your world will be illuminated. With plenty of time in formal meditation, nuanced meditation instructions, and insights from modern science, a rich environment will be created for wisdom to dawn.
July 5th – 9th, 2017
NADCP annually hosts the world’s largest conference on treatment courts and criminal justice reform. With over 30 tracks and hundreds of sessions, this conference provides the training you need on critical topics affecting your program. Our conference is more than training sessions. This is our annual opportunity to come together as a community and share ideas, collaborate, rejuvenate and of course…have some fun! Registration and housing will open in January so stay tuned for more information.
July 9th – 12th, 2017
The importance of phone calls in the addiction rehabilitation industry can’t be overstated. First and foremost, quick and effective connections between clinics and callers must be established in a way that expedites admissions while protecting the privacy of those seeking treatment. In addition, calls should provide data that helps facilities optimize the performance of marketing, advertising, and customer support.
July 12th, 2017
Given the complexity and nature of eating disorders, this presentation seeks to shed light on the growing continuum of research pointing to the “addictive” elements driving pathological overeating and the regulation of appetite. The notion that most eating disorders share commonalities with substance use disorders is not entirely new. However, the “addictive nature” of certain foods and substances, the biological and personality traits of the “addict,” and what these have in common with disordered eating is now evidence-based. This presentation will identify the specific “foods of abuse,” the interplay between biological, cultural, and psychological factors, and the evidence supporting this substance use thesis. The implications of adopting this perspective will also be addressed from a treatment perspective.
July 12th, 2017
The Safe & Civil Schools National Conference is based on the philosophy that student achievement improves when classrooms, schools, and districts are safe and civil. When students respect each other and school staff, and understand expectations for success and consequences for misbehavior, they are better able to actively engage in learning.
Sunday-Thursday – July 16-20, 2017
Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
In 1973, the Center for Play Therapy at UNT began hosting the annual play therapy conference with nationally-recognized authorities in play therapy. The 6-day CPT Summer Institute continues to attract hundreds of practitioners and educators from around the globe every year for this unique, grounded play therapy training experience. Daily workshops are facilitated by leaders in the field of play therapy and include both didactic and experiential learning components. Come join a community of play therapists in this exciting, hands on, experiential learning setting, specifically focused on becoming more grounded, knowledgeable, and facilitative play therapists! We sincerely hope that you can join us!
July 17th – 22nd, 2017
University of North Texas, Denton, TX
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July 19th – 21st, 2017
We are excited to announce that this year, attendees will have 113 training session options to choose from! Our interactive training session grid is now live, allowing you to fully plan your itinerary before arriving to Atlanta.
This year we are offering 23 advanced training sessions. Advanced training sessions are provided for mature coalitions/prevention providers that are in need of more in-depth training, It is recommended that you graduated from CADCA’s National Coalition Academy, but advanced training sessions are open to all attendees. Given the diverse set of activities, topics and issues your coalition faces, we want to ensure that you are presented with the tools and strategies needed to take back to your communities. In addition, Mid-Year will have 4 Spanish-speaking training sessions for you to attend. With this much to choose from, you will want to have a front row seat all week long!
July 23rd – 27th, 2017
Bring a friend with you and share what the world’s leader in school-based policing is doing with SROs and educators around the world.
July 23rd – 28th, 2017
With the current opioid overdose epidemic in full flood, Medication-Assisted Treatment is on the horizon of every treatment provider. However, opioid maintenance therapy with medications such as naltrexone, Subutex and methadone challenge both the treatment philosophy and delivery systems of many programs. We will examine the philosophy, research, medications, and evidence-based practices for effective MAT.
July 26th, 2017
The ASAM Review Course in Addiction Medicine is widely recognized as the essential primer for physicians and other healthcare professionals who are preparing for a career in addiction medicine, as well as for primary care providers who wish to increase their skills in identifying and managing patients whose medical problems are caused or exacerbated by substance use disorders.
July 27th – 29th, 2017
Make history at the NCSL Legislative Summit in Boston. Discover fresh ideas, learn from policy innovators and industry pioneers, connect with hundreds of state legislative colleagues and take home solutions that work. Register today.
August 6th – 9th, 2017
Prevention of Youth Substance Abuse in Rural Communities is the only national conference that focuses on the unique challenges of prevention from a rural context. The three day annual conference includes nationally recognized keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and optional evening activities.
The theme of this year’s conference will focus on excellence in the field of substance abuse prevention.
August 9th – 11th, 2017
University of South Carolina – Lancaster
The Alcohol Education Summit is Great for:
• Law enforcement officers • Probation officers • Parole officers • Health prevention specialists • Addiction counselors • Attorneys • Judges • State certified alcohol seller/server trainers • Community coalitions • DUI Task Forces • Courts
August 15-17, 2017, Big Sky Resort, Montana
Knowledge that builds and sustains clinical excellence in treatment of addictions and co-occurring mental health disorders, as well as strategies and tools that drive organizational and service delivery excellence.
August 16th – 20th , 2017
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel
An objective national forum for changing public policy, public health, treatment and research.
August 28th – 30th, 2017
Save the Date!! More information to come!
August 29th – 31st, 2017
Green Bay, Wisconsin
SAMHSA’s Wellness Initiative raises awareness of health disparities among people with serious mental and/or substance use disorders and the general population. National Wellness Week is held during the third week of September and shares the message that practicing wellness provides an essential foundation for good health. Since the founding of National Wellness Week in 2011, at least 300 organizations in 46 states, Puerto Rico, and Guam have celebrated wellness with more than 700 wellness-related events and activities.
September 10th – 16th, 2017
For years, we have talked about the importance of gender in treating addictive disorders. However, the clear majority of that has been focused on the experience of girls and women. Finally, the conversation on gender and trauma has expanded to include the experiences of boys and men. This presentation explores the complexity of gender, gender relations, and addiction treatment through the primary constructs of the “Man Rules” and the “Woman Rules” and discusses how gender fluidity is a concept that clinicians will be experiencing more and more when working with teens and young adults. The presentation will also analyze how the gendered experience of trauma affects our lives individually, our relationships, and our experience of community.
September 26th – 27th, 2017
Some young people continually strive for excellence, trying to do their best, willing to make mistakes and learn from them, and
take on challenges to grow their interests. Others chase perfection, setting unrealistic goals for themselves, and being more concerned with looking smart and “getting it right.” Although the behaviors may look similar, there is a huge difference in the destructive outcomes and risks perfectionistic children can face.
September 26th – 29th, 2017
The 2017 Annual Conference will be held at the Denver Marriott Tech Center from September 22-26, including pre-conference training sessions on September 22 and post-conference training sessions on September 26. Regular conference sessions will take place September 23-25.
The Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University invites you to attend the Positive Culture Framework training on our updated approach which is based on the latest research and builds on the Positive Community Norms framework. The framework embraces a cultural approach, is grounded in the latest science, and includes positive norms in improving health and safety.
October 17-19, 2017 in San Antonio, TX
Prescription drug and opioid abuse is devastating New England. News outlets continuously report on overdoses, broken families, and straining healthcare systems. Yet stakeholders of all types are finding ways to work together to heal communities, promote recovery, and address stigma. Despite the many tragedies, real change is happening, lives are transforming, and helping professionals are making a difference. Join leading researchers and clinical experts tackling this crisis–and be part of the solution–at the third annual Summit for Clinical Excellence in New England.
November 2nd – 3rd, 2017
Join us for the 2nd Annual Healing Neen Trauma-Informed Care Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. This year’s theme is “Together We are the Resolution!” Join individuals from around the country as we dialogue and learn from national experts about how to use the power of community to implement trauma-informed approaches to evoke healing.
This conference is sponsored by Tonier Cain, a nationally renowned speaker and consumer advocate on trauma, incarceration, and recovery. After surviving a childhood of unspeakable sexual abuse, unrelenting violence, and betrayal by systems that were charged with helping, Ms. Tonier Cain stands before her audiences today, a testimony to the resiliency of the human spirit exemplifying the innate human instinct to survive.
November 3rd – 5th, 2017
The Agents of Change Summit unifies and expands the community of professionals using marketing and technology to change people’s health behaviors for social good. In 2018, the Agents of Change Summit returns to San Diego with new research, case studies, technologies, and insights to help you change health behaviors in your community.
February 12th – 13th, 2018
San Diego, CA
Online Training and Continuing Education
Building on a rich history, the ATTC Network continuously strives to improve the quality of addictions treatment and recovery services by facilitating alliances among front line counselors, treatment and recovery services agency administrators, faith-based organizations, policy makers, the health and mental health communities, consumers and other stakeholders. By connecting them to the latest research and information through activities such as skills training, academic education, online and distance education, conferences, workshops, and publications, the ATTC Network responds to the emerging needs of the field.
The one-hour webinars will be offered on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 2pm Eastern time and will be archived and available for download at nofas.org. The series will feature alcohol and pregnancy, and FASD issues.
This activity is intended for pediatricians, family practitioners, and other health and mental health care providers who care for youth aged 9-18 in the United States.The goal of this activity is to outline steps for youth alcohol screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment.Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- Plan screening strategies for alcohol use in children and adolescents using evidence-based tools and age-appropriate communication
- Use the NIAAA brief, 2-question screener for child and adolescent alcohol use
- Identify lower, moderate, and highest risk alcohol use among children and adolescents and propose steps and recommended language for an appropriate intervention for each
- Describe the prevalence, risk factors, and acute- and long-term risks for alcohol use in children and adolescents
American Psychological Association. Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses are designed to provide innovative educational programs to advance clinical knowledge and expand the skills of physicians to promote quality patient care. Discover new CME opportunities now.
We’re helping you update, broaden, and extend your professional knowledge and skills through our high-quality courses offered across a broad range of topics—while also maintaining affordability and convenience.
This two-course series offers information and resources for physicians, clinicians, and other practitioners serving individuals with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorders. In this scenario-based series, participants meet “Nick,” a young father with many strengths who is challenged by both substance use and mental illness. The course explores the question: How do I approach Nick and help him meet his needs in ways that are both clinically sound and recovery focused? The faculty are national experts in recovery, including psychiatrists, a psychologist, a social worker, a nurse, and peers. They offer tools, tips, and strategies for addressing Nick’s needs and those of other individuals facing similar challenges. Watch one or both courses at your convenience!
The vision of TTS Training Program accreditation is to provide leadership and to promote excellence in the professional preparation of Tobacco Treatment Specialists through the accreditation of Tobacco Treatment Specialist training. As an accrediting body, we are committed to the development and proliferation of standards and procedures that meet the needs of a dynamic, diverse, and complex population of tobacco users.
The Evidence-Based Public Health Training Series consists of nine modules that cover core concepts, such as defining public health issues, conducting community assessments, prioritizing options, and evaluating program and policy impacts. You may take each of the modules individually and receive a certificate for each one. If you choose to complete all nine modules, you will also receive a certificate for the series as a whole.
HCV Snapshot is a free, 90-minute online course. It is designed to briefly familiarize medical and behavioral health professionals with hepatitis C.
Here you will find courses on a variety of topics related to improving health and healthcare services.
The Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention (ICRC-S), a CDC-funded research center focusing on a public health approach to suicide prevention and research, will begin its second annual webinar series in January 2014. A project of the University of Rochester Medical Center and Education Development Center, the ICRC-S draws suicide prevention directly into the domain of public health and injury prevention and links it to complementary approaches to mental health.
IRETA offers web-based training on a variety of topics related to substance use, addiction, and recovery. Most trainings offer the opportunity for continuing education credits.
SAMHSA Knowledge Application Program (KAP)
Click above to find training with CEUs available.
This web site provides resources for those seeking information on Motivational Interviewing! It is hosted by the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT), an international organization committed to promoting high-quality MI practice and training.
Motivational Interviewing Online Courses
This event provides an overview of Motivational Interviewing as described in Miller & Rollnick’s 3rd edition of their now classic work published in 1991. Basic information is presented for those unfamiliar and interested in learning more about this evidence-based intervention. For others, it will provide a review and/or update. We’ll cover the definitions, 4 processes, basic skills needed, and terminology used.
More and more primary health settings are recognizing the need for their patients to make major lifestyle changes in order to reduce the impact of heart disease, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and a multitude of other conditions. Primary health settings also have patients with risky substance use and/or mental health issues. At the same time, behavioral health providers are recognizing the impact of physical health on their client’s quality of life and wellness outcomes. One tool for both settings is Motivational Interviewing which is increasingly used for improving health outcomes by addressing behavior change. This webinar will offer some practical suggestions for basic health care behavior changes, including, but not limited to adopting healthy eating habits and increasing physical activity.
Recovery to Practice Webinars
These webinars are a component of the Recovery to Practice (RTP) Initiative that is designed to hasten awareness, acceptance, and adoption of recovery-based practices in the delivery of addiction-related services.
National Council webinars present experts on key mental health and addictions topics, followed by meaningful Q&A with webinar participants.
The National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare is an initiative of HHS and jointly funded by SAMHSA’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment and the Administration on Children, Youth, and Families, Children’s Bureau’s Office on Child Abuse and Neglect.
The goal of the CME activity is to introduce concepts of motivational interviewing that can be used in patient interactions and guide physicians and clinicians through skills building and technique development.
Since 1979, PESI Inc., has provided cutting edge continuing education to professionals across the nation. We work alongside the world’s leading experts to create seminars, conferences, videos and books that meet the needs of adult learners. All of our continuing education seminars and products assure that professionals can meet the changing demands of their work by providing practical strategies, methods and interventions they can use immediately to improve the outcomes of their clients.
This FREE self-paced online course covers important topics in prescription opioid misuse. The three sections will introduce you to prescription opioids, the link between multiple doctors and opportunities for misuse, and the prevalence of high-risk use among adolescents (including mixing pills with other drugs).
Opioids are here to stay. Knowing and addressing risky behaviors associated with nonmedical use can help prevent potentially grave consequences such as overdose and addiction.
Continuing Education Credits available:
NAADAC Approved for 2 CEHs
PA CADC Approved for 2 CEUs
Social Work Approved for 2 CEUs
We are a national training and mentoring project developed in response to the prescription opioid misuse epidemic and the availability of newer pharmacotherapies to address opioid use disorder. The overarching goal of PCSS-MAT is to make available the most effective medication-assisted treatments to serve patients in a variety of settings, including primary care, psychiatric care, and pain management settings.
A search engine to find available courses in prevention training and technical assistance.
Training case managers to assist individuals who are homeless or at risk for homelessness to apply for the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) disability programs: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI).
Women Matter! focuses on women’s substance use and mental health concerns. Tune in as experts in the field share treatment approaches that support women from diverse cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, and life experiences.
The Guide to Continuing Education for the Mental Health Community of the Northwest