Chester County

DHS-Drexel - OCT/NOV 2021 On-Line - Integrating Treatment for Persons with COD & SUD Online Registration

Not available until 10/1/21.

On-Line Training
OL620
Integrating Treatment for persons with COD & SUD

Training offered by Drexel University

Continuing Education Credits            No Cost            2 hrs.
 

Description:  This seminar provides an overview of recovery principles and practices related to co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders. It examines organizing principles and tools and explores the scope of what practitioners need for basic competency in this area, including attention to cultural differences. Resources including the PA Co-Occurring Bulletin, TIP 42 and the IDDT workbook are briefly reviewed. This seminar serves as an introduction for those taking the full COD course series.

NOTE: This seminar is an edited video recording of a live training; to better fit with an online format, videos, exercises, and some discussion have been removed.

Learning Objectives:  By the end of this web-based training, participants will be able to:

  • Define “co-occurring disorders” and what constitutes “integrated approaches” to working with persons having CODs;
  • Examine major concepts and approaches currently in the literature;
  • Review personal attributes and skills needed for effectively working with persons having CODs;
  • Explore the contents of the PA COD Competency Bulletin;
  • Identify resources useful in gaining more knowledge about effective practices for COD.

In order to receive continuing education credit at no cost to you for this course:

  • you must pre-register
  • you must be a Chester County Provider

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