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1 RAP-WI 2015 Recovery & Addiction Professionals of Wisconsin Annual Training Conference Topics: Co-Occurring Disorders Cultural Competency Physical Activity/Exercise & It's influence on Behavioral Health Thursday May 14 th & Friday May 15 th Sponsored by: Location: The Quality Inn Beaver Dam,WI

2 THURSDAY- MAY 14TH 8:30-4PM 6 CONTACT HOURS PRESENTER: Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC, is an international speaker in the addictions and mental health fields whose presentations have reached thousands throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, and the Caribbean Islands. A partial list of clients includes: Wisconsin Department of Corrections; Archdiocese of New York; Bank of Montreal; Harris Bank; U.S. Probation; The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment; United States Army, Navy, Air force, and Marines; Johnson Institute; Hazelden Foundation; and Illinois Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse. Mark was director of the first Southeast Asian and refugee addiction counselor training program in the world. He is author of several books and workbooks geared toward helping clients recover. Recent writings include Relationship Detox: How to Have Healthy Relationships in Recovery and Recovery Management (coauthored with William White and Ernest Kurtz). In 2005, he had two stories published in the New York Times best selling book series, Chicken Soup for the Soul. His most recent book is Slipping through the Cracks: Intervention Strategies for Clients with Multiple Addictions and Disorders. Mark is also a successful consultant, regularly providing consultation to Ohio Department of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse, Wisconsin Association on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, and Michigan Bureau of Mental Health. In 2003, Mark received the Professional of the Year Award for his work as a trainer and consultant in the addictions field in Illinois. Mark is a lecturer at the University of Chicago. EFFECTIVE CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS TREATMENT Addictions and mental illness overlap at the rate of 50 percent. Compared to clients with a single diagnosis, those with co-occurring disorders experience more relapses, arrests, hospitalizations, evictions, suicide attempts, and actual suicides. In this skill-building workshop participants will be introduced to strategies to effectively work with clients with cooccurring disorders. A partial list of topics includes: Challenges in Diagnosing a Dual Disorder; The 5 Hidden Psychiatric Disorders Common among Clients with Chemical Dependence; The Triple Challenge: Intervention Strategies for Clients Who Are Mandated, Chemically Dependent, and Who Have Mental Illness; The New Person-centered Approach to Co-occurring Disorders Treatment; Evidence-based Approaches to Co-occurring Disorders Treatment; How to Address the 4 Psychiatric Disorders that Co-occur the Most Frequently with Chemical Dependence; and 10 Strategies for Helping Clients with Co-occurring Disorders Avoid Slipping through the Cracks. By the end of the workshop participants will: Objectives 1.Be aware of the 7 challenges in assessing mental illness among chemically dependent clients and how to overcome them. 2 Be aware of 5 hidden psychiatric disorders common among clients with chemical dependence. 3 Be aware of strategies for overcoming resistance when working with clients who are triple challenged. 4.Be aware of the 10 tenets of the new person-centered approach to co-occurring disorders treatment. 5.Be aware of 3 evidence-based approaches to co-occurring disorders treatment. 6.Be aware of the treatment of 4 psychiatric disorders that co-occur with chemical dependent clients. 7.Be aware of 10 strategies to help clients with co-occurring disorders avoid slipping through the cracks.

3 FRIDAY-MAY 15TH 8:30-12PM AM Session PRESENTER: Harold Gates, MSSW, CISW, HS-BCP Mr. Gates is co-founder and owner of the Midwest Center for Cultural Competence, LLC, an organization established in 2003 to offer consultation, training and education to corporations, non-profits, health care providers and educational institutions. Among the Center s former clients are Journey Mental Health Center of Dane County, Community Shares of Wisconsin, the North East Senior Coalition and the South Madison Coalition of the Elderly, Abri Health Plan of Milwaukee, Disability Rights Wisconsin, and University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Since 1989, Mr. Gates has served as a cultural diversity consultant, helping to develop programs for internal policies and improvement of delivery of services, including for the City of Baltimore, Antioch University in Ohio, Journey Mental Health Center of Dane County, the University of Iowa School of Social Work, the National Resource Center for Family-Centered Practice, Wisconsin State Public Defender s Office and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. He is also in demand nationally as a presenter at conferences and workshops on family and cultural topics. Recent talks have been for the National Association of Social Workers, the Wisconsin State Prevention Conference, and the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators. He has also been a guest speaker at Georgetown University, Madison College, and Edgewood College, among other educational institutions. Mr. Gates is former Associate Director of Cultural Competence for the Wisconsin Initiative to Promote Healthy Lifestyles (WIPHL), a statewide project funded by SAMHSA, the Department of Health Services and UW School of Medicine. CO-PRESENTER: LORIE A. GOESER, BA, ICS,CSAC Ms. Goeser is founder & owner of Dekorra Oaks LLC a Human Services consulting/training organization which established the Northern WI Substance Abuse Counseling Conference annual conference now going on its sixth year. She has provided training regarding substance abuse/addiction issues including how to use brief interventions to engage in treatment services, dealing with clients whom have substance abuse in a crisis situation, medical setting, trauma informed care within SUDS group therapy, how to integrate evidence-based practices into the treatment setting for clients and organizations, use of evidence-based practices for assessment and treatment retention, and use of motivational interviewing, client centered strengths for developing treatment plans for clients with multiple diagnosis. She has provided professional technical assistance and training for DHS-BPTR to meet needs of specific treatment settings including Methadone Clinics, and County Outpatient Clinics. She was mentor for the PATTC Leadership Institute as part of ATTC. She is graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison Area Technical College, and the University of WI-Extension Track A counselor training program. She has over 25 years of experience in the field of substance abuse training and implementation of evidence-based treatment services. CULTURAL COMPETENCE WITHIN SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING Everyone has a specific cultural perspective and being, This workshop will address how to understand culture & how it affects us in all spheres of life. It will discuss the dimensions of diversity. Allow participants to explore your cultural values and beliefs and challenge yourself. Substance abuse affects people of all backgrounds; thus in order to provide client specific individualized treatment services it is imperative to be able to understand a person's cultural as well as your own to provide quality services. Participants will achieve the following objectives: OBJECTIVE: 1. Be able to define cultural competence & why it is important 2. Be able to have resources/tools to assist in assessing cultural competence 3. Be able to identify how cultural competence & substance abuse counselor competencies intertwine 4. Be able to start an action plan to integrate culture competence into standard practice within substance abuse counseling services

4 FRIDAY- MAY 15TH -1:00-4:30PM PM session 6 Contact hours for the day PRESENTER: AARON G. PERRY, BS Background Aaron Perry is a former AODA Counselor and Police Officer who currently works for Dane County Human Juvenile Justice Gang Response Intervention Team. In this role, Aaron engages gang involved youth through a balanced approached model which helps to eliminate the threat of violence in the community. Reduce Youth Involvement With Guns, Drugs, and Gangs A community health advocate, Aaron s innovated method of utilizing physical fitness activities to help Youth and Adults pinpoint and discuss the underlying issues behind his/her drug or alcohol use, has resulted in the reduction of crime, restoration of order, and eradication of fear in local communities. Connection To Diabetes Aaron Perry was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 29, and after 15 years of inconsistent management of his disease, in 2004, his physician informed him that he needed to make lifestyle changes that involved regular exercise to better manage his disease and gain control, or his future and outcomes were bleak. 362 days later, Aaron crossed the finish line of his first Ironman Triathlon. Aaron s former physician, family members and community were amazed at witnessing his triumphant and history making efforts in Ironman Wisconsin. Aaron is the founder of The Rebalanced-Life Wellness Association Captain of the Madison Chapter of Black Men Run & Author of the book Through The Storm. Physical Activity/Exercise and it s influence on Behavioral Health Exercise has been shown to be beneficial in so many areas of physical and mental health. Furthermore, It is well documented that exercise is an important part of preventing chronic diseases (e.g., obesity, diabetes, cancer). But can exercise programs actually reduce the likelihood of drug abuse and thus prevent addiction? Although this particular session doesn t claim to have the answer, we do believe the evidenced based research merits, the beginning of this dialog. OBJECTIVES: Participants will achieve the following objectives: 1. Basic understanding of how exercise can prevent substance abuse. 2. How exercise can promote obtaining life goals and life resiliency. 3. Incorporating breathing techniques as a self care method. 4. Identify community resources that support exercise.

5 REGISTRATION FORM RAP-WI CONFERENCE MAY 14 TH & 15 TH 2015 Registrant s Name: Profession/creditionals: Agency: Address: Phone: Special accommodations or meals for registrant: Rates: TWO DAY Attendance= 12 contact hours Thursday May 14 th & Friday May 15 th Fee: $150 non-rap-wi Member Thursday May 14 th & Friday May 15 th Fee: $125 RAP-WI Member Thursday May 14 th only- 6 contact hours Fee: $ 100 non-rap-wi Member Thursday May 14 th only- 6 contact hours Fee: $ 90 RAP-WI Member Friday May 15 th only- 6 contact hours Fee: $100 non-rap-wi member Friday May 15 th only 6 contact hours Fee: $90 RAP-WI member PAYMENT OPTIONS: NAADAC Member # Website to become member: NAADAC.org/membership Check or Money order Purchase Order # Credit/Debit Card Check, Money order or Purchase Order made out to:rap-wi Send to: Dekorra Oaks LLC, 506 Tremont Street, Mauston,WI Include registration form and payment; payment via credit or debit card available contact to coordinate this payment type. Conference Coordinator: Lorie A Goeser or phone text/voic

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