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Substance Abuse

Prevention &Treatment

The Road to Re cov ery

February - July 2013 Continuing Education

Course catalog University of Nevada, Reno

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Online Registration

Workshop materials and registration available ONLINE!

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Table of Contents State of Nevada................................................................ 4 Funded By......................................................................... 5 Continuing Education Hours............................................ 6 Resource Information....................................................... 7 Nevada Licensing CEH Requirements............................ 8 Prevention Specialist Credentialing............................... 9 Workshops........................................................................ 10 Webinars........................................................................... 17 Online Learning............................................................... 20 Video/DVD Workshops................................................... 21 CASAT Academic Programs.......................................... 24 Workshop Schedule & Locations................................... 25 Registration/Payment Information................................. 27 Scholarships..................................................................... 28 Course Fees..................................................................... 29 Workshop Registration Form........................................... 30 Workshop Calendar........................................................ 31

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State of Nevada • Nevada Department of Health and Human Services • Nevada Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services (MHDS) • Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA)

• Brian Sandoval, Governor • Michael J. Willden, Director Nevada Department of Health and Human Services • Richard Whitley, Administrator MHDS • Deborah McBride, Agency Director SAPTA “This publication was supported in whole or in part by the Nevada Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services (MHDS), Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) through State General Funds and/or the Substance Abusex and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. DHHS, SAMHSA, or the State of Nevada.”

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State of Nevada


Funded By • Nevada Division of Mental Health and Developmental Services (MHDS) • Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Agency (SAPTA) • Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) • Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) • Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies (CASAT)/279

Division of Health Sciences University of Nevada, Reno Reno, NV 89557

Contact CASAT Toll Free: Phone: Fax: Web: Register

1.866.617.2818 1.775.784.4707 1.775.784.1840 www.casat.org www.pxtx.casat.org

The University of Nevada, Reno is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution. Funded By

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Continuing Education Hours Professional Association Approval

Workshops are approved by the following professional associations for continuing education hours:

National

»» National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) »» National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) in-person workshops and webinars only CASAT is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.

State Approval

Nevada

»» Nevada Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug, & Gambling Counselors »» Nevada State Board of Nursing »» Board of Examiners for Marriage and Family Therapists and Clinical Professional Counselors »» State of Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers

California

»» State of California Board of BehavioralSciences (MFCC & LCSW) »» California Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors (CAADAC) (Pending) »» California Association of Alcohol & Drug Educators (CAADE)

Contact Hours

Certificates indicating the number of contact hours earned are issued to all participants at the conclusion of each training (if payment has been made in full.) Participants who arrive late or must leave a workshop early will have their contact hours adjusted to reflect workshop time missed. Those signing up for a training the day of onsite will have their certificates mailed to them.

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Continuing Education Hours


Resource Information Nevada RADAR Network State Center Nevada Prevention Resource Center

University of Nevada, Reno William Raggio Building, Room 1021 - MS/1284 Reno, NV 89557-1284

Phone: 775.784.6336 Fax: 775.327.2268

Web: www.nevadaprc.org

Toll free: 1.866.784.6336 E-mail: nprc@casat.org

Nevada RADAR Network State Associate Centers Churchill Community Coalition 90 N. Maine St. Suite 301 - Fallon, NV 89406 Phone: 775.423.7433 Fax: 775.423.7504

E-mail: churchillcoalition@hotmail.com Web: www.churchillcoalition.com

Frontier Community Coalition 1475 Cornell Ave. Suite 500 - Lovelock, NV 89419 Phone: 775.623.6382 x123 Fax: 775.623.6386

E-mail: info@frontiercommunity.org Web: www.frontiercommunity.net

Statewide Native American Coalition 680 Greenbrae Dr. Suite 234 - Sparks NV, 89431 Phone: 775.355.0600 Ext. 117 Fax: 775.355.0648

E-mail: itcnbada@itcnsnac.org Web: http://www.itcn-snac.org

Partners Allied for Community Excellence Coalition 1645 Sewell Drive, Suite 41 - Elko, NV 89801 Phone: 775.777.3451 Fax: 775.738.7837

E-mail: pacecoalition@frontiernet.net Web: www.pace-coalition.org

Partnership of Community Resources Coalition 1615 Highway 395, Suite C - Minden, NV 89423 Phone: 775.782.8611 Fax: 775.782.4216

Resource Information

E-mail: pcrbricker@partnership-resource.org Web: http://www.partnership-resource.org

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NV Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Requirements Licensed/Certified Counselors

Nevada Administrative Code 641C (NAC 641C.300) requires that all licensed or certified alcohol and drug counselors earn 40 hours of continuing education hours during a two-year period of licensure or certification, of which three hours must pertain to ethics and three hours must pertain to confidentiality and HIPAA.

Clinical Supervisors

Licensed counselors who supervise certified interns must attend at least ten hours of continuing education in counseling supervision, ethics, and Nevada law during the two-year certification period. These hours may be included in the required 40 hours of continuing education.

Interns

Registered counselor interns are required to earn 15 hours of training within the first six months of their internship employment, 10 hours during the second six months, and 20 hours in each subsequent year. During the first three months, six hours of continuing educations credits must pertain to ethics and six hours must pertain to confidentiality and HIPAA.

Social Work CEHs

Pursuant to NAC 641B.189(2) revised February 11, 2009 and the Nevada Board of Examiners for Social Workers, a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) may take up to 15 hours of continuing education credits and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) may take up to 18 hours of continuing education credits via distance learning/remote study courses, home study and/or self directed learning programs during a two-year period.

Record Keeping

Participants in need of contact hours for alcohol and drug counseling licensure, certification, or internship, must have proof of attendance (Certificate of Completion) for possible audit by the Nevada Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselor’s office.

Questions

For questions about continuing education for counselor licensure, certification, becoming a clinical supervisor, or internships and/or for securing approval for attending or presenting a non-CASAT SAPTAsponsored training, contact: Nevada Board of Examiners for Alcohol, Drug & Gambling Counselor’s office (775.884.8922) or visit their website at: http://alcohol.state.nv.us/ Participants are reminded that maintenance of contact hour records, certificates, etc., is the responsibility of the individual, not CASAT nor the Board of Examiners

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NV Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Requirements


Prevention Specialist Credentialing The state of Nevada does not have an established International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) Member Board which recognizes the Prevention Specialist Certification. Those interested in receiving this certification are advised to visit a neighboring state that has an approved IC&RC Member Board to apply for certification in that state. For example, the California Certification Board of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors recognizes the Prevention Specialist Certification and offers the examination to receive such designation. In order to become a Prevention Specialist, the IC&RC has established the following minimum standards, however each member board may have additional requirements that must be met in order to qualify for thePrevention Specialist Certification:

Experience

2000 hours of Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) prevention work experience.

Education

100 hours of prevention specific education. Fifty hours of this education must be ATOD specific. Six hours must be specific to prevention ethics.

Supervision

120 hours specific to the domains with a minimum of ten hours in each domain.

Examination

Applicants must pass the IC&RC International Written Prevention Specialist Examination.

Code of Ethics

Applicants must sign a prevention specific code of ethics statement or affirmation statement.

Recertification

40 hours of continuing education earned every two years. If the above standards are met, along with the individual IC&RC member board requirements, one must apply to take the Prevention Specialist examination. The Prevention Specialist examination will include questions pertaining to the following domains, which were identified as a Prevention Specialist’s areas of expertise:

1. Planning & Evaluation 2. Education & Skill Development 3. Community Organization 4. Public Policy & Environmental Change 5. Professional Growth & Responsibility

Testing dates and IC&RC member boards can be found on the IC&RC website: http://internationalcredentialing.org/

Prevention Specialist Credentialing

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Workshops February Beginning ASAM Feb. 12 Reno Feb. 5 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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During this workshop participants will: (1) Review the underlying concepts and principles and history of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria. (2) Understand the difference between program driven and clinicallydriven care. (3) Develop an understanding of the clinical focus in of the 6 dimensions and how to integrate within NHIPPS-HDPC. (4) Discuss the adult and adolescent criteria and levels of care in ASAM PPC-2R. (5) Apply case material to practice placing clients in the appropriate level of care based on their clinical needs and admission criteria. Instructor: CEHs:

TIP 50: Addressing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Substance Abuse Treatment Feb. 26 Reno Feb. 25 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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Scott Boyles, LAC 6

Suicide is a leading cause of death among people who abuse alcohol and drugs (Wilcox, Conner, & Caine, 2004). This training will consider: basic strategies in addressing suicidal thoughts and behaviors, techniques for assessing suicidal ideation and considerations for best practices in responding to these unique situations. The training will provide hands on opportunities to consider how you can apply this information in your clinical practice. We will have the opportunity to evaluate how suicide may or may not have impacted us personally and the role that plays in our practice. In addition we will review the ethical considerations of our practice as it relates to suicide. Instructor: CEHs:

Rich Shannon, M.A., MFTI, NCC 6

Workshops


February cont. Prescription Opioid Addiction Treatment Study (POATS) Feb 27 Reno Feb 25 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - noon

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Synthetic Drugs Feb 27 Reno Feb 25 Las Vegas Time: 1:00pm - 4:15pm

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Treatment Strategies for Prescription Opioid Dependence is a package of tools and training resources for substance use disorders treatment providers. The Blending Package describes how buprenorphine works and presents the results of a National Drug Abuse Clinical Trials Network (CTN) study that compared brief and extended buprenorphine treatments. The results of the study have implications for the treatment of adults dependent on prescription opioids. The POATS Blending Team (BT) package is designed to help treatment providers incorporate study findings and recommendations into their practice. Instructor: CEHs:

The purpose of this workshop is to provide clinicians from a variety of work and educational backgrounds with a detailed overview of synthetic drugs, including substances known on the street as K2, Spice, and Bath Salts. The presentation seeks to raise awareness by defining key terms, describing the main classes of synthetic drugs commonly available, presenting available data on the extent of use, providing information on how to identify and assess individuals who are using synthetic drugs, and presenting clinical implications of synthetic drug use. Instructor: CEHs:

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Beth Rutkowski, M.P.H. 3

Beth Rutkowski, MPH 3

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March Healthy Steps to Freedom Mar 7 - 8 Reno Mar 7 - 8 Las Vegas Time: Mar 7 12:00pm - 5:00pm Mar 8 8:00am - 1:00pm

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This 2-day workshop is designed to examine the relationship between overall health and recovery for females in substance abuse treatment. Participants will gain knowledge and resources to assist in the treatment of women by utilizing the health and body image curriculum, Healthy Steps to Freedom. Body image, nutrition, physical activity, body composition, calories & metabolism, eating disorders, cognitive thinking, and eating behaviors will be discussed. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will receive the curriculum manual used to facilitate the Healthy Steps to Freedom Curriculum. Location: Video Link from Las Vegas To Reno. Instructor: A. Lindsay, M.S, S. Velasquez, MPH, CHES CEHs: 8

$100 fee due to the cost of the training materials.

Domestic Violence Mar 14 Reno only Time: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Px Tx Special $95 rate for all attendees

This training uncovers the secret terror, distress, and confusion that the behavior of men who batter brings to women and their children. Lundy Bancroft explains the profile and tactics of abusive men, with their major implications for children in the home. Then we look at the impact the abuser has on the mother as a parent and on family dynamics. We move from there to examining why the most common approaches to intervention can actually make conditions worse rather than better for children and their mothers. Finally, Lundy details best-practice interventions for facilitating children’s safety, recovery, and healthy future, and for empowering their mothers. Instructor: CEHs:

Lundy Bancroft, B.S., Noted Author 6

$95 rate for all attendees

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April Self-Care and Authenticity, integrity, and genuineness are virtues Effective Client that helping professionals agree are the key tenets of clinical practice. Recognition of the importance Care April 19 Reno April 12 Las Vegas Time: 1:00pm - 4:15pm

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of self-care for the clinician and its impact on these virtues is receiving considerable attention. Today’s stresses in the therapeutic milieu involve increased acuity of client conditions and systemic changes, to include work expectations and personal demands that together, can compromise therapeutic services and clinician well-being. Therefore, self-care of the clinician is necessary; without it, we do not perform and deliver services as well as we could. When we neglect our own needs in caring for others, we neglect our clients as well. This workshop will define the risks associated with the lack of self-care, identify our risk levels, define ways to care for ourselves mentally, physically, emotionally, and relationally, while learning how to refresh ourselves and enhance our abilities. Instructor: CEHs:

Jenny Brenn, M.A., MFT 3

Ethics for MFT’s In this course, participants will discuss and practice April 18 Reno only Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

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resolving these and other ethical issues within the contact of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (9NAC) 641C. These standards also will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health practitioners and professional groups. This workshop includes the ethical code for Marriage and Family Counselors (MFT’s). Administrative Code 9NAC) 641C. These standards also will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health practitioners and professional groups. This workshop includes the ethical code for licensed and certified alcohol and drug counselors, along with a review of NAADAC’s ethical code. Instructor: CEHs:

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Trudy Gilbert-Eliot, M.S. LMFT, LADC 3

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April cont. Aging: Addiction & Gambling April 25 Reno April 23 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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The aging and behavioral addictions workshop will examine the problem and prevalence of gambling and other behavioral addictions in older adults. Specific focus will be given to the following topics: (1) Overview of aging, (2) Neuroscience of addiction (3)  Prevalence of behavioral addiction in older adults, (4) Gambling, internet, and other behavioral or impulse control disorders, (5) Protective and risk factors related to behavioral addictions and impulse control disorders, (6) Review, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment, (7) Policy implications. Instructor(s): Angela Broadus, Ph.D., Teresa Sacks, MPH CEHs: 6

Thorns in the Heart: The Impact of the Porn Pandemic April 26 Reno April 25 Las Vegas Time 8:30am - 4:15pm

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Gordon will be discussing what he has been seeing in his clinical practice during the past ten years as it relates to the worldwide porn pandemic. He will clearly explain why pornography is the most emotionally and physically powerful chemical addiction known. Based on the five keys found in the New Language of Recovery he will explain how we can learn to address these issues as a world culture and help heal those who have become addicted to it. If there are still those who believe that porn is not an addiction he will share case studies that prove otherwise. Instructor: CEHs:

Gordon Bruin, M.A., LAC 6

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May Who’s Doing What: Alcohol and Other Drug Trends May 3 Las Vegas only Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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This workshop has two objectives - to provide an update of Nevada’s demographics and behaviors that are thought to correlate with the use and abuse of alcohol and other drugs, and to provide an overview of the new substances that are being identified. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask about specific substances of concern, and are encouraged to openly discuss what they have had to deal with (and what we can do to assist each other as well as our clients). Instructor: CEHs:

Garry Rubinstein, MA, LADC 6

June Confidentiality Who can you tell and when? Who must you tell and when? This workshop will cover federal and Nevada & HIPAA June 5 Reno June 6 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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rules of confidentiality with an emphasis on practical solutions to real problems. Topics will include: what is a proper consent for release of information, how to respond to a subpoena, exceptions to the rules, and child and elder abuse reporting requirements. (This course is required for interns as well as for licensed or certified counselors who are renewing their license or certificate.) Instructor: CEHs:

David Spitzer, Esq. 6

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June cont. Child Maltreatment: Victims, Perpetrators and Repercussions  June 7 Reno June 14 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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Upon completion of this workshop, the participant should be able to define four categories of child maltreatment, identify signs and symptoms of child abuse, and understand the need for a multidisciplinary approach. Additionally, we will discuss how to identify the common characteristics of perpetrators of child sexual abuse including grooming tactics, and key information to better understand the victims, family dynamics and community implications of violence and the relationship of the subjects to the victim. Participants will also learn how to locate Federal Laws on child maltreatment and will help mental health providers identify and report abuse. This workshop will be of particular interest to law enforcement, social services, therapists, counselors and any other professionals who are exposed to child maltreatment Instructor(s): Tiffany Short, LCSW Kari Ramos, B.S. CEHs: 6

Advanced ASAM June 11 Reno June 4 Las Vegas Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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Participants will: (1) Develop an understanding of service system and programmatic challenges in regard to effective implementation and use of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria and stage based service planning. (2) Develop solutions to common errors when documenting clinical issues in the dimensional analysis (NHIPPS-HDPC). (3) Understand stages of change in relation to individualized treatment plans. (4) Identify and document the individualized clinical needs of a client to support admission and the initiation of a person centered treatment plan. (5) Through case studies learn how to develop individualized, measureable treatment plans based on the dimensional analysis. (6) Understand the relation between the treatment plan and use of continued stay, transfer and discharge criteria (NHIPPS-HDPC). Instructor: CEHs:

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Scott Boyles, LAC 6 Workshops


July Ethics  July 12 Reno July12

Las Vegas

Time: 8:30am - 4:15pm

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Alcohol and other drug treatment providers face many different and complex ethical issues. Concerns regarding dual relationship, scope of practice, and professional conduct frequently arise. In this course, these and other ethical issues will be discussed in the context of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 641C. These standards will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health professional groups. This workshop includes the ethical code for licensed and certified dralcohol and drug counselors Instructor(s): Chuck Holt Ph.D. Jennifer Dustin, M.A. CEHs: 6

CASAT Webinars In this webinar we will discuss the importance of, theoretical basis for, and current models of a collegiate sober living community. Many college students view substance use as a rite of passage into adulthood; yet, it can actually lead Feb. 19, 2013 them into experiencing isolation and despair. Students whose substance abuse escalates into addiction typically Time Noon-1:30pm PST drop out of college and struggle with finding success. To address the needs of these young people who reenter college, universities across the country have recently discovered the value of collegiate recovery communities (CRC) helping students navigate the substance use minefield of college. CRCs find that recovering students thrive with peer and university support, ongoing skills development, and a sober environment filled with fun activities. Student success is increased as students find safety, emotional security, competence, purpose, belonging, and a sense of identity and competence through their CRC engagement. CEHs: 1.5 Instructors: Meri L. Shadley, Ph.D., MFT, LADC Terrence Fred, M.S.

Collegiate Sober Living Communities

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CASAT Webinars Cont. Clinical Competence 101

Counselor Competencies training is based on the Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21 Series, with 123 identified competencies that are organized into two (2) distinct areas, Transdisciplinary Foundations and Practice Readiness.   Counselor Competencies101 May 7 will focus on the Transdisciplinary Foundations and will Time Noon-1:30pm PST address Understanding Addiction, Treatment Knowledge, Application to Practice and Professional Readiness. CEHs: 1.5 Instructor: Mark Disselkoen, LCSW, LADC

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Clinical Competence 102

Counselor Competencies training is based on the Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21 Series, with 123 identified competencies that are organized into two (2) distinct areas, Transdisciplinary Foundations and Practice Readiness.   Counselor Competencies 102 training is based May 8 on the Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21 Series Time Noon-1:30pm PST and will focus on the Practice Dimensions and will address Clinical Evaluation, Treatment Planning, Referral, and Service Coordination. CEHs: 1.5 Instructor: Mark Disselkoen, LCSW, LADC

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Clinical Competence 103

Counselor Competencies training is based on the Technical Assistance Publication (TAP) 21 Series, with 123 identified competencies that are organized into two (2) distinct areas, Transdisciplinary Foundations and Practice Readiness.  Counselor Competencies 103 will focus on the May 9 Practice Dimensions and will address Counseling, Client, Time Noon-1:30pm PST Family and Community Education, Documentation and Professional Ethical Responsibilities. CEHs: 1.5 Instructor: Mark Disselkoen, LCSW, LADC

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The Facts About Bullying

Although bullying can be very harmful to children, adults are often unaware of bullying problems. In this interactive workshop participants will learn how to identify bullying Mar 19 behavior, how to respond effectively, the latest trends in  cyber-bullying, state laws and and best practices in Time Noon-1:30pm PST bullying prevention and intervention. CEHs: 1.5 Instructor: Mark Disselkoen, LCSW, LADC

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Workshops


CAPT will present a three-part webinar series on the non-medical use of prescription drugs for intermediate prevention professionals. The first webinar, “Understanding the Consequences of Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs” will present the physical and psycho-social consequences of non-medical use of prescription drugs (NMUPD). Date TBA CEHs: 1.5 Time Noon-1:30pm PST Instructors: Michelle Frye-Spray, Prevention Coordinator, CASAT Kristen Clements-Nolle, Ph.D., MPH

Understanding the Consequences of Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs

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CAPT will present a three-part webinar series on the non-medical use of prescription drugs for intermediate prevention professionals. The second webinar is “Protective Factors for Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs and Progression onto Consequences,” and will present risk and protective factors most strongly associated with NMUPD and Date TBA progression onto consequences. CEHs: 1.5 Time Noon-1:30pm PST Instructors: Michelle Frye-Spray, Prevention Coordinator, CASAT Kristen Clements-Nolle, Ph.D., MPH Protective Factors for Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs and Progression onto Consequences

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CAPT will present a three-part webinar series on the non-medical use of prescription drugs for intermediate prevention professionals. The third webinar is “Strategies to Prevent the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs (NMUPD) and Progression onto Consequences,” and will present effective strategies or interventions available to reduce NMUPD and its consequences. Date TBA CEHs: 1.5 Instructors: Time Noon-1:30pm PST Michelle Frye-Spray, Prevention Coordinator, CASAT Kristen Clements-Nolle, Ph.D., MPH Strategies to Prevent the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs(NMUPD) and Progression onto Consequences

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Ethics and the Internet

This training is intended for professionals/counselors facing ethical dilemmas in a high technology and social media world. The training outlines and overview of technology July 17 and ethics, use of social networking websites by clinical supervisors, counselors, and clients, emailing clients, Time Noon-1:30pm PST conducting internet searches on clients and/or supervisees, and performing client consultations online. CEHs: 1.5 Instructor: Jim Von Busch, M. Coun., LPC

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Online Learning All of the following courses are available online. For additional information regarding the following courses, please visit the following website: http://casat. unr.edu/distance_learning.html or contact Julie Tiema toll free at (800) 268-0356 Substance Abuse Prevention – 18 CEHs

This substance abuse prevention material provides comprehensive information about substance abuse prevention, with areas of emphasis in prevention research, prevention program planning, facts about drugs, the cultural context and ethics of prevention, incorporating human development theory into prevention, media and prevention, logic model and evaluation, communication strategies and grant writing. The material provides information specifically targeted for substance abuse prevention professionals and other professionals in related fields who need an overview and/or comprehensive review.

Socioeconomics and Prevention – 6 CEHs

This course provides participants with the knowledge about approaching, understanding, and working with students, adults, and organizations representing the socioeconomic spectrum of poverty, middle class, and wealth. The material is written for the beginner to advanced professional in prevention, education, and related fields.

Environmental Prevention Strategies – 8 CEHs

This substance abuse prevention material provides basic information about substance abuse prevention, with areas of emphasis in evidence-based environmental strategies and overcoming barriers to implementing environmental strategies. The material provides information specifically targeted for substance abuse prevention professionals and other professionals in related fields who need an introduction to environmental prevention strategies.

Methamphetamine Prevention: An Inquiry – 10 CEHs

This material is designed specifically for substance abuse prevention specialists who are interested in exploring resources that can inform their work in preventing methamphetamine use. This material will guide students in a close examination of current knowledge and practices related to methamphetamine prevention.

Ethical decision Making in Substance Abuse Prevention (Ethics) – 8 CEHs

This is introductory material to the Ethical Decision-making Model and the Code of Ethical Conduct for Prevention Professionals designed for participants who are motivated to learn and apply an ethical decision making model and code of ethical conduct to their work in the substance abuse prevention and/or related fields.

Cultural Communities – 6 CEHS, option to continue for 20 CEHs

To increase the level of knowledge and obtain new tools to work effectively with diverse cultural communities and to create and/or implement a plan to begin work with another culture.

Creative Leadership – 8 CEHs

In this course, participants will explore how we learn about and perceive our world, including the practices of “survival-thinking“ and “scarcity-thinking”. Explore self-concept and identity, including the “calculating self” and the “central self,” as they relate to shifting our focus from survival to opportunity. Apply principles learned in the material and the material to professional application

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Learning


DVD Rentals Earn Contact Hours

Earn contact hours through home study of videotaped workshops: Sign up for home study DVD workshops online or send a registration form by fax or by mail: ONLINE: www.pxtx.casat.org FAX: 775.784.1840 Mail: CASAT/UNR ATTN: SAPTA Training University of Nevada, Reno/279 Reno, NV 89557 *Allow 7 business days for processing

Fee & Deposit

Prepay the nonrefundable fee listed for each workshop dependent upon CEHs. (No discounts or scholarships are available.) A refundable $25.00 deposit is due for each tape. If paying by check, please write a separate check for $25.00. We will return the check if the DVD is returned on time. If the DVD is not returned on time (21 days after the original postmark), the deposit will be forfeited. If paying by credit card, we will charge your card the $25.00 deposit if the DVD is not returned on time (21 days after the original postmark).

How it works

1. View the DVD. 2. Complete the assignment for the DVD training as indicated in the DVD packet, which will be a paper, self-tests or a combination of both. 3. Return the DVD and assignment(s) in the prepaid envelope within 21 days of the original postmar

A certificate will be issued when the DVD and paper have been returned to the CASAT office. Please allow seven business days for content review and processing.

DVD Rentals

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DVD Rentals Contingency Management DVD

Rental Fee $50

This course reviews the development of Contingency Management (CM) treatments for substance use disorders. It describes some of the initial treatment studies of CM using vouchers as incentives, along with lower cost alternatives. The recently completed National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Clinical Trials Network study of this CM approach will also be detailed. The video will depict use of CM techniques in practice. The second half of the course reviews aspects of behavioral therapy necessary to develop an effective CM approach for practice. Viewers will be provided the opportunity to develop their own CM program for use with unique patients or within special populations.

Instructor Nancy Petry, Ph.D. CEHs 5

The MET-CBT Approach for Adolescents with Substance Use Disorders DVD

Rental Fee $75

MET-CBT is an engaging therapy approach combining Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Therapists and counselors looking for an effective brief intervention for treating adolescents with substance use disorders are likely to find this training beneficial. The workshop begins with a fairly brief overview of MET and CBT, and how they are implemented through this manualguided treatment.

Instructor Susan Sampl, Ph.D. CEHs 6

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DVD Rentals


The Principles of Detoxification: Enhanced DVD

Rental Fee $75

This course is designed to inform participants about the basic principles of caring for persons who suffer from withdrawal from alcohol and other drugs. The course will review the state of Nevada’s laws and regulatory guidelines for operating and working in a Level 111.2 D (Social Model Detox Program) and a Level 111.7 D (Modified Medical Detox Program), and will include a section on commonly used medications for detox along with a skills-based section on the proper way to measure, record, and report vital signs. A significant portion of the course will be dedicated to teaching participants about the biopsychosocial aspects of withdrawal from AOD and will also address engagement and retention strategies at this level of care.

Instructor Theresa Lemus, R.N., LADC CEHs 6

Confidentiality & HIPAA DVD

Ethics DVD

Rental Fee $75 This course can be applied to the 10-hour training requirement for clinical supervisors.

HIPAA regulations and their relationship to the Federal Confidentiality Rules and Regulations 42 CFR-Part II will be discussed. Specifically, the workshop will cover the following topics: proper consent, subpoenas, qualified service organization agreements, exceptions to the confidentiality rules, child and elder abuse reports, and much more. This course is required for interns as well as for licensed or certified counselors who are renewing their license or certificate. 4 CEHs David Spitzer, Esq. Rental Fee $50 6 CEHs Legal Action Center Rental Fee $75

Alcohol and other drug treatment providers face many difficult and complex ethical issues. Issues involving dual relationships, scope of practice, and professional conduct frequently arise. These and other ethical issues will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health professional groups within this course.

Instructors Jenny Brenn, M.A., MFT, LADC CEHs 6

DVD Rentals

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CASAT Academic Programs DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE?

CASAT’s Addiction Treatment Services Programs are designed for those majoring in a health or social service field who are interested in the addiction field as a supplement their academic studies. CASAT offers the following: • Undergraduate Minor & Certificate Programs • Graduate Certificate & Specialization Programs • Addiction Treatment Services Specialization for Master’s Level Students Completion of the minor certificate, or masters program, satisfies 2500 work experience hours towards becoming a certified drug and alcohol counselor in the state of Nevada. For advisement information, please contact Terra Hamblin: 775.682.8543 or toll free 866.617.2816. *Class available online and in-person

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CASAT Academic Programs


Workshop Schedule & Locations Schedule

All workshops begin at 8:30 am and end at 4:15 pm, unless otherwise noted in the workshop description and/or confirmation letter. Sign-in begins one-half hour prior to the start time.

Special Requests

Anyone requiring special arrangements (i.e., sign language interpreters, large print, braille, etc.), should contact the CASAT office at 775.784.4707 or toll free at 1.866.617.2818, prior to the workshop.

Las Vegas Locations

Nevada Cooperative Extension Service Building 8050 Paradise Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89123 - Phone: 702.222.3130 College of Southern Nevada - Cheyenne Campus 3200 E. Cheyenne Ave Main Building Room 2638 (Conf A) DETR 2800 E. St. Louis Ave.; Conf Room C Las Vegas, NV 89104 UNLV 4505 S Maryland Parkway - Las Vegas, NV Classroom Building Complex, Building B, Rm. 117 College of Southern Nevada Henderson Campus 700 College Dr. Henderson, NV 89002

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Workshop Schedule & Locations Reno

University of Nevada, Reno - Joe Crowley Student Union 1664 N. Virginia Street - Reno, NV 89557 UNR, Redfield Campus Building A (UNR extension) 18600 Wedge Parkway - Reno, NV 89511 UNR, Redfield Campus Building B (TMCC extension) 18600 Wedge Parkway - Reno, NV 89511 Truckee Meadows Community College 7000 Dandini Boulevard • Reno NV 89512

Reno Parking Information

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Parking passes are issued for all workshops scheduled at UNR main campus only. Parking passes are mailed to registrants 10 days prior to the scheduled workshop. If a registration is received less than 10 days prior to the scheduled workshop, parking passes will be made available for pick-up at the registration desk the day of the workshop. Please allow enough time to go back to your car with the parking pass before the start of the workshop. No parking pass needed for UNR, Redfield Campus

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Registration /Payment Information Online Catolog

A copy of this catalog is available on our website at www.casat.unr.edu. Click on CASAT Training Opportunities. The catalog is a PDF file. You will need Acrobat Reader which is a free download from www.adobe.com/reader. The website includes a copy of the registration form.

Advance Registration

Advance registration is requested. In the event that a workshop reaches capacity, registration may be closed prior to the day of the workshop.

Payment

Please pay all fees in advance. We accept payment by check, money order, purchase order, cash, or credit card. Please do not send cash through the mail. Certificates will not be processed until payment has been received.

Check

Make check payable to: Board of Regents

Credit Card We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover credit cards. “CASAT, UNR, Reno, NV� will appear on your statement for this charge.

Online

Register online at pxtx.casat.org

By Mail

Send completed registration and payment to: CASAT/UNR ATTN: SAPTA Training University of Nevada Reno 1664 N. Virginia St. /MS 279 Reno, NV 89557

By Fax

Use for purchase order or credit card payment only. Fax completed registration form and purchase order/ credit card information to: 775.784.1840

By Phone

We are happy to assist you with workshop related questions via telephone, but we cannot accept registrations over the phone.

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Registration/Payment Information Confirmation

E-mail confirmations will be sent to those who register online at pxtx.casat.org, and to those who include their legible e-mail address on a paper registration form submitted by fax or mail.

Refunds

Refunds will NOT be offered for non-attendance. • Refunds will be made ONLY if the cancellation is received at least three working days prior to the workshop. • Social Security or tax ID number is required for refunds paid for by check.

Questions, Need Help

If you have registration questions or need additional help, contact the CASAT office by phone or fax, or check our website: Toll free: 1.866.617.2818 Phone: 775.784.4707 Fax: 775.784.1840 Web: www.casat.unr.edu Click on CASAT Training Opportunities

Scholarships Scholarships

A limited number of full or partial fee-only scholarships are available for each class. Scholarships are primarily for persons with extremely limited resources. Scholarship applications must be made 30 days in advance of the workshop to be considered. Applicants can only receive a scholarship for one class per catalog.

Application Process

To apply, send the following information with your workshop registration: 1. A list of training scholarships received in the past year. 2. The reasons why you need the scholarship assistance. Scholarship awardees will be notified two weeks before the class.

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Course Fees In-person Workshop (Cost Per Day) Registered LADC/CADC Counselor Intern w/proof of internship

$25

Student (6 credits or above) w/valid Student ID

$25

Retired Professional $25 NV Licensed or Certified Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselor* Employed in a SAPTA-funded treatment program

$35

SAPTA/Federally Funded Prevention Staff

$35

NV Alcohol, Licensed Drug or Certified Gambling Counselors*

$60

Social Worker $65 Other licensed professionals, such as: EAP Professionals Federal/State/County/ City Employees Licensed Addiction Counselors (other than NV) Marriage & Family Therapists, Nurses, Physicians, Psychologists, School Personnel

$65

Other $70 In-Person workshop handouts $3 Half - day workshops Half Two - day workshops x2

DVDs or Videotapes All participants The cost is dependent on the number of CEHs for the DVD. For example, 1-3 CEH trainings are $30, 4-5 CEH trainings are $50, and 6-7 CEH trainings are $75. Plus refundable $25 Deposit. All participants–Add’l cert only To purchase a DVD (no cert)

$20/each $150/DVD

Call the CASAT staff at 775.784.4707 or toll free at 866.617.2818 with feerelated questions. Participants may be asked to provide documentation that verifies the training rate requested. *Licensed or Certified Alcohol, Drug and Gambling Counselors This term refers to all individuals who hold a current license or certification as an alcohol, drug and gambling counselor in the state of Nevada. Workshop Schedules & Locations

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Registration Form Registrant Information First Name ___________________________MI_____ Last Name_______________________ Street Address _________________________________________ Apt/Suite #____________ City _______________________________________State ___________Zip________________ Home Phone_____________________ Work Phone ____________________Ext._________ Fax______________________ E-mail_______________________________________________ Organization__________________________________________________________________ Primary Field:

Prevention

Treatment

Other_______________________

How did you hear about us____________________________________________________ Which State do you currently work in___________________________________________

In-Person Workshops: Workshop Title_________________________________________________________________ Workshop Date____________________ Workshop City:

Reno

Las Vegas

Registered LADC/CADC Counselor Intern ONLY $25

Other Licensed Professionals

$65

Intern #____________________________________________

Social Worker

$65

Student (6 credits or above) Student ID Required $25

Others $70

SAPTA Funded Lic/Cert Alcohol & Drug Counselor $35

*Half day workshops*

SAPTA/Federally Funded Prevention Staff

$35

*Two-day workshops*

Lic/Cert Alcohol & Drug Counselor

$60

Retired $25

Half Price $X2

Videos Workshop Title:________________________________________________________________ Workshop Type:

DVD

VHS

1 - 3 CEHs VHS/DVD Rental

$30 + $25 Dep

VHS/DVD Purchase (No Cert) $150

4 - 5 CEHs VHS/DVD Rental

$50 + $25 Dep

VHS/DVD (Add’l cert only) $ 20

6 - 7 CEHs VHS/DVD Rental

$75 + $25 Dep

Payment Information Registration Fee Total $________________________

Check (Please make checks payable to the Board of Regents)

Credit Card:

MasterCard

Visa

Discover

American Express

Card Number___________________________________________________________________ Security Code (3-digits on back/4 digits on front for American Express)________________________________ Expiration Date_______________________________ Billing Zip Code___________________ Signature as it appears on card__________________________________________________

Fax To: 1.775.784.1840 Mail to: CASAT/UNR - Attn: SAPTA Training, Mail Stop 279, Reno, NV 89557

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Registration Form


Workshop Calandar

Workshop Title

Reno

Las Vegas

Time

February Beginning ASAM

Feb 12

Feb 5

8:30am - 4:15pm

TIP 50: Addressing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Substance Abuse Treatment

Feb 26

Feb 25

8:30am - 4:15pm

Prescription Opioid Addiction Treatment Study (POATS)

Feb 27

Feb 25

8:30am - 12:00pm

Synthetic Drugs

Feb 27

Feb 25

1:00pm - 4:15pm

Mar 7 - 8

12:00pm - 5:00pmMar 7 8:00am - 1:00pm Mar 8

March Healthy Steps to Freedom

Mar 7 - 8

Domestic Violence

Mar 14

Self-Care and Effective Client Care

April 19

Ethics for MFT’s

April 18

Aging: Addiction & Gambling

April 25

April 23

8:30am - 4:15pm

Thorns in the Heart: The Impact of the Porn Pandemic

April 26

April 25

8:30am - 4:15pm

May 3

8:30am - 4:15pm

8:30am - 4:30pm

April April 12

1:00pm - 4:15pm 1:00pm - 4:00pm

May Who’s Doing What: Alcohol and Other Drug Trends

June Confidentiality & HIPAA

June 5

June 6

8:30am - 4:15pm

Child Maltreatment: Victims, Perpetrators and Repercussions

June 7

June 14

8:30am - 4:15pm

Advanced ASAM

June 11

June 4

8:30am - 4:15pm

Ethics

July 12

July 12

8:30am - 4:15pm

July Webinars Collegiate Sober Living Communities

Feb 19

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Clinical Competence 101

May 7

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Clinical Competence 102

May 8

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Clinical Competence 103

May 9

Noon - 1:30pm PST

The Facts About Bullying

Mar 19

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Understanding the Consequences of Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs

TBA

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Protective Factors for Non- Medical Use of Prescription Drugs and Progression onto Consequences

TBA

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Strategies to Prevent the Non- Medical Use of Prescription Drugs (NMUPD) and Progression onto Consequences

TBA

Noon - 1:30pm PST

Ethics and the Internet

July 17

Noon - 1:30pm PST


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SAPTA Catalog February - July 2013