ADAD Zoom Training: Ethics
ADAD Zoom Training: Ethics
Date/Time: Tuesday, June 9, 2020 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM HST and Friday, June 12, 2020 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM HST.
Certificate: 6 hours ADAD approved. Certificate will be provided upon confirmed attendance with ADAD.
Registration for this event has closed.
Dr. Isaiah Moreno is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist, and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor in Hawaii. He has been providing therapeutic and substance abuse services for nearly 13 years and has been working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of mental health issues. He is currently working in a cultural and community-based group-practice called Ho'okō, LLC, and has worked at various substance use facilities, community mental health centers, and was the previous Chief Psychologist at the Oahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC). In addition, Dr. Moreno has been educating and training counselors as a past faculty member of Argosy University. As an ADAD trainer, he has been providing ethics and substance use training to counselors in the community, and in assisting the Honolulu Police Department (HPD) with their annual Crisis Intervention Training. Dr. Moreno takes an experiential/emotion-focused approach to helping individuals and couples explore parts of themselves that contribute to further self-acceptance and freedom in their current challenges.
Certified Substance Abuse Counselors (CSAC), Certified Prevention Specialists (CPS), and applicants; those with other ADAD professional credentials; and anyone involved in the human services field.
Registration questions contact:
Coalition for a Drug-Free Hawaii
Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence
808-545-3228 ext. 37
Training cancellation contact:
Anisa Pacapac-Marquez at firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of this workshop is to strengthen providers' work with culturally diverse populations. The presenter will discuss various approaches, skills, and techniques used to effectively work with various cultures.
The goal of this workshop is to provide CSAC counselors (1) education and training in trauma informed care, (2) how to understand the involvement and impact of violence and victimization among SUD populations, and (3) be able to identify and assess symptoms of trauma that could affect the course of SUD treatment. Participants will be given practical interventions and exercises to support client's currently experiencing traumatic symptoms in treatment.
This meeting is to provide Maui County prevention providers and stakeholders an opportunity to share and exchange program information.