Social Support & Recovery – SUD Training Series #6

Date: Thursday, August 12, 2021
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Location: Zoom Event – You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Presenter: Jeanne Louther, MS, LPC, SAC
Cost for the Training: $75.00
3.0 CE hours* (ACEP approved # 6760)
Location: Zoom Event – You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Registration: To register, click HERE!

Training Description:

When consumers are involved in patterns of using alcohol and drugs, this has vast implications on their social circle. In order to have success in recovery from SUD, one must also address their social support circle. In this training, clinicians will learn how to support consumers in this process.

Learning Objectives:

Training participants will:

  • Learn how patterns of substance use affect a consumer’s social circle.
  • Know how to discuss a consumer’s social context in treatment with them, including the impacts of social connections on relapse.
  • Assist consumers in identifying and strengthening social ties that positively enhance their recovery.

 

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Combating Stigma With Person-Centered Strategies for SUD Treatment – SUD Training Series #7

Date of Event: Thursday, September 9, 2021
Time of Event: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Location: Zoom Event-You will be emailed the Zoom link after registering for the event.
Presenter: Michael Walmer, M.S., LPC/SUD
Cost for the Training: $75.00
3.0 CE hours *NBCC/ (ACEP approved # 6760)
Registration: To register, click HERE!

This Training Will Cover:
  • Origins of stigma faced by people who struggle with substance use.
  • The differing roles and perspectives of the legal and therapeutic systems related to substance use.
  • The importance of person-first, recovery-focused language.
  • The role of engagement and positive therapeutic relationship in successful SUD treatment outcomes.
This Training Will Cover:
  • Origins of stigma faced by people who struggle with substance use.
  • The differing roles and perspectives of the legal and therapeutic systems related to substance use.
  • The importance of person-first, recovery-focused language.
  • The role of engagement and positive therapeutic relationship in successful SUD treatment outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

Training participants will:

  • Understand causes of stigma for consumers in recovery.
  • Learn how to use recovery-focused language.
  • Learn person-centered therapeutic techniques to engage consumers in treatment and achieve positive outcomes.

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