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Prescription Monitoring Program, the CDC Chronic Pain Guidelines and the Opioid Crisis
Curt Cyr, Ph.D., R.Ph
This course reviews the current state of the opioid epidemic, what the state Prescription Monitoring Program is, and what are the current CDC guidelines for treatment of chronic pain.
Preventing and addressing nicotine, prescription and illicit drug use among adolescents with and without ADHD
This course reviews the use of SBIRT (screening, brief intervention, referral to treatment) to discuss substance use with adolescents with a focus on stimulant use, including nicotine, prescription psychostimulants and illicit stimulants.
Rapid Access: The Addiction Resource Center 10-Year View
A retrospective review explores how a Maine substance treatment program was able to dramatically increase their access to addiction treatment through process improvement.
In this web-based course, you will see people with their own experiences of recovery from co-occurring conditions discuss among themselves — and with service providers — the issues that are of most concern to them when they ask for help.
Religion, Spirituality and Ethics for Counseling Professionals
This course explores what spirituality and religion are and provides a framework for ethical decision-making related to spirituality and religion in mental health and substance use counseling, drawing on relevant professional guidelines and codes of ethics.
Resources and Tips for Person-Centered Planning and Practice
Free Mini-Course (.25 contact hours) This brief course will provide basic information on what person-centered planning is and how you can begin to integrate it in your practice.
Skill Development for Work in Residential Settings
Free Course: This course will give participants concrete, practical concepts to bring to their work in residential settings, including an overview of trauma and observable behaviors associated with trauma, the link between trauma, substance use and co-occurring disorders, and examples of positive communication skills to use with dysregulated clients.
Toolkit for Residential Skill Development
This is a free toolkit for supervisors in residential settings to discuss with staff soft skills for working with clients. Topics include trauma, communication, boundaries and co-occurring disorders.
Stigma, Drugs and Policy: How Language Drives Change
Stigma associated with substance use and addiction remains one of the biggest barriers to treatment. This course examines factors involved in stigma and discrimination, and offers evidence-based strategies on how to overcome them.