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Self-care as an Ethical Practice (On-Demand)
Self-care is important to help counselors maintain their personal wellness to be able to practice to the full standards of their field. In this course, you will learn about how engaging in self-care can be a strategy to maintain strong ethical practices as a counselor
Storytelling 101 for Behavioral Health and Recovery
This course will introduce participants to the art and science of storytelling, with a focus on crafting and sharing narratives to uplift people addressing mental health challenges and use disorders.
Assessing Risks and Mitigation When Prescribing Opioids
This course reviews strategies such as risk assessment tools and protocols when prescribing opioids that support patient/client safety and mitigate risk.
The Brain’s Basis of Serious Psychiatric, Stress and Substance Use Disorders
Presented by Carl Salzman, MD | This course provides a review of both normal and abnormal brain function and examines the relationships between brain dysfunction, psychiatric disorders and substance use disorders.
Change Attitudes, Change Actions, and Champion Recovery
This course explores the impact of stigma on people in and seeking recovery from substance use disorder, and identifies concrete ways to adopt language and take actions to align with and support the development of recovery-oriented language, recovery-oriented care, and recovery capital in ourselves, our organizations, and our communities.
Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT)
How to Help Family Members Affected by a Loved One’s Substance Use
This course discusses the main principles of CRAFT and some accessible resources for clinicians and patients alike.
Co-Occurring Disorders: What you need to know & Prescribing tips
In this video course, Dr. Leah Bauer discusses evidence-based strategies to diagnose and treat co-occurring substance use and psychiatric disorders. This course is relevant for both providers and prescribers.
Co-Occurring Mental Health and Substance-Related Conditions and Disorders
*Course temporarily unavailable – Feb 2022* This course provides fundamental knowledge about co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
Elevating Evidence-Based Responses to the Opioid Epidemic
This course will explore how stigma undermines evidence-based practice to address opioid use disorder, treatment and recovery. It will examine the factors that contribute to the opioid epidemic as well as what can be done to help communities move forward more effectively.