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ADAD Zoom Training: Substance Use Disorder Ethics

Description: Attendees will become familiar with:

  • Introductions and networking
  • Discussion of “need of know” and relevance to field work
  • 12 Ethical Principles of CSAC Code of Ethics

Date/Time: Wednesday, June 2, 2021 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm & Thursday, June 3, 2021 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Location: Zoom

Cost: Free

Certificate: 6 hours ADAD approved.  

Registration: Registration is closed.  

Facilitator: Dave Sprouse (LMHC, CSAC) is a licensed and certified counselor with over 20 years of experience in helping professions including victim advocacy, healthcare, military, substance abuse and vocational assistance.  Dave is a prior Clinical Director of a specialized Medication Assisted Treatment facility with  Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient services across 3 locations in Hawaii (Ku Aloha Ola Mau).  Dave is state and internationally certified in substance abuse counseling and clinical supervision, and nationally certified in career counseling.  Dave is also certified by the National Board of Certified Counselors.  Dave has over 60 hours of approved Continuing Education with focus in integrative components impacting SUD treatment.  Dave holds 2 graduate degrees: Adult Education, and Counseling Psychology and is passionate about lifelong learning.  Currently, Dave is an independent contractor offering licensed counseling services and continuing education services.  “Everything you’ve faced so far, you have survived. I believe it is within reach to not only survive, but thrive”.  

June 2021

Jun 02 Wed
ADAD Zoom Training: Substance Use Disorder Ethics

Description: Attendees will become familiar with:

  • Introductions and networking
  • Discussion of “need of know” and relevance to field work
  • 12 Ethical Principles of CSAC Code of Ethics

 

Location

Zoom

Jun 04 Fri
Hawaii Training: “Ice," Cannabis Use Disorder, and the Opioid Crisis

Description: Upon completion of the presentation, participants will be able to:

  • Identify at least three statistical findings that validate the current surge of opioid, stimulant, and marijuana abuse in the US;
  • List and describe natural brain neurotransmitters that are mimicked or disrupted by the abuse of external substances;
  • Discuss the symptoms of stimulant, opioid, and cannabis use disorder and provide at least four symptoms of their withdrawal syndromes; and
  • Name currently employed and developing treatment strategies for opioid, stimulant, and cannabis dependence.

 

 

Location

Zoom

Jun 09 Wed
ADAD Zoom Training: Addressing Tobacco in Substance Use Settings

Description: Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the high rates of tobacco use in individuals with behavioral health issues, specifically substance users
  • Understand the medical, financial, occupational, and other consequences of tobacco use in individuals with addictions
  • Gain increased awareness about the need for integrated tobacco treatment within the behavioral health setting and the barriers which keep smokers with addictions from accessing tobacco treatment. (This can include staff who use tobacco or policies that allow for continued tobacco use in the treatment setting.)
  • Become familiar with tools for assessing tobacco use including carbon monoxide measurements, DSM criteria for tobacco use disorder and withdrawal syndromes, assessments of nicotine dependence and stages of change
  • Describe the rationale for treatment as effective methods for increasing the success of quit attempts

 

Location

Zoom

Jun 21 Mon
ADAD Zoom Training: Cyberbullying, Cyberstalking, Sexting and the Law

Upon completion of this workshop the clinician/staff/educators will have a clear understanding of:

  • All forms of CyberBullying, CyberStalking and the psychological impact on young people.
  • Sexting in context to teenagers and young adults in the 21st century and legal implications.
  • How parents, educators and clinicians can safeguard children, teenagers and young adults from Cyber-Abuse.
  • Medical, Psychological, Sociological and Behavioral impact on humans as a result of Cyber-Abuse.
Location

Zoom

Jun 25 Fri
ADAD Zoom Training: Working with Challenging Families

Description: This workshop is designed to incorporate the skills necessary to build better relationships with families who may be resistant or hesitant to services. Training will focus on assessing client strengths, reviewing various behavioral theories, approaches and techniques, and identifying strategies for addressing conflict in relationships.

Location

Zoom