1 T The 29th Annual Substance Abuse Services State of the Art Conference Surviving the System: Keep the Best and Throw Away the Rest November 6-7, Greenville Hilton 207 SW Greenville Blvd. Greenville his premier annual conference, the 29th Annual State of the Art Conference, continues with its tradition of providing quality training to substance abuse and related professionals. The Eastern Region Substance Abuse Services Training Committee has worked hard to keep costs as low as possible, while still providing outstanding sessions for new and seasoned practitioners. Staying true to its focus as the Eastern Region Substance Abuse Services State of the Art Conference, the conference will provide cutting edge sessions as well as sessions that fulfill credentialing and accreditation requirements. A clinical supervision credit session is offered, and the three (3) hour subcategory NC Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) training requirements topics (nicotine dependence, psychopathology, evidence-based treatment approaches, substance abuse issues in older adults or substance abuse issues affecting veterans) are available as well, which can all be in one topic or a combination, according to the Board. Dynamic concurrent and plenary sessions offer best practice and credentialing training. Again this year, participants will be able to access their handouts online prior to the conference. This will allow attendees to print handouts for virtually all sessions, while maintaining costs for the conference. Another exciting new feature this year is online evaluation and electronic credit certificates, which will make these processes simpler and easier. Target Audience This conference will be of immense benefit to substance abuse/addictions/prevention professionals and adult services professionals, including psychologists, social workers, licensed counselors, case managers, marriage and family therapists, psychotherapists, health educators, nurses, clinicians and therapists working with adults or adolescents with substance use issues, as well as interested others. This also includes professionals working in school systems, social services, corrections/ criminal justice, public health, and rehabilitation. Sponsored by Eastern Area Health Education Center
2 Credit Category A North Carolina Psychology Credit: This program will provide UP to contact hours (Category A) of continuing education for North Carolina Psychologists. No partial session credit is available. Contact Hours: Application has been made to the Division of Continuing Studies, East Carolina University for 1.3 units of continuing education credit. National Board for Certified Counselors Credit (NBCC): Eastern AHEC is an NBCC Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP TM ) and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program. (Provider #5645). Substance Abuse Counselor Certification (SAC): Application has been made to the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board for UP to hours of Substance Abuse Specific hours. Registration Information Online registration available at Registration (received by 10/30/13) Both Days $ One Day.. $95.00 Registration (received after 10/30/13) Both Days.$ One Day....$ The registration fee includes all program materials, credits, refreshments, and two lunches. Participants are encouraged to take advantage of the reduced fee by registering on or before October 30, If you register early and must subsequently cancel, a full refund will be made through October 30, No refunds will be made thereafter, but a substitute may attend. We would appreciate advance notification of any substitutes so that we can prepare materials in that person s name. If you register, do not attend and do not cancel by the deadline date (October 30, 2013), you or your agency will be billed for the full amount of the registration fee. Americans with Disabilities Act Individuals with disabilities, requesting accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), should contact the Department of Disability Support Services at (252) (V/ TTY) by November 22, Accommodations A block of rooms at the City Hotel and Bistro (203 SW Greenville Blvd., Greenville, NC) will be held through October 6, 2013, for the conference rate of $63.90 plus tax (per night) for a single and $72.90 plus tax (per night) for a double. Please mention the conference to receive the special rate. Reservations received after October 6, 2013 will be honored on a space available basis. Make reservations directly with the City Hotel and Bistro Check-in time is 3:00 pm and check-out is 11:00 am. A limited number of rooms at the Hilton Greenville (207 SW Greenville Blvd., Greenville, NC) will be held through October 5, 2013, for the conference rate of $ plus tax (per night) for single/double occupancy. Please mention the conference to receive the special rate. Make hotel reservations directly with the Hilton Greenville Check-in time is 3:00 pm and check-out is 12:00 pm.
3 November 6, 2013 Wednesday 8:00 am REGISTRATION/REFRESHMENTS 9:00 am Welcome and Opening Remarks Gina M. Lane, LCAS, CCS, Chairperson, Eastern Region SA Services Training Committee, Director, Community Relations, Eastpointe LME/MCO, Rocky Mount Opening Plenary - 9:15 am - 10:15 am Title: Surviving the System - Three Perspectives Moderator: Gina Lane, LCAS, CCS Presenter: Don H., Recovering Addict; Marion Frazier, Recovering Addict and Clinician; Phillip A. Mooring, MS, CSAPC, LCAS, Executive Director, Families in Action, Wilson Setting the stage for the conference, a recovering addict, a clinician and recovering addict, and a long-term provider with varied experience will discuss their personal/professional experiences and viewpoints with substance abuse services in North Carolina over the years. 10:15 am BREAK 10:30 am - 12:00 noon Morning Concurrent Sessions Session A Title: Breaking the Cycle of Re-offending and Substance Use/Preparing for Successful Re-entry Presenter: Mary S. Jackson, PhD, ACSW, Professor, Substance Abuse Certificate Program/ Clinical Supervision Coordinator Michael Daniels, MSW, LCAS, CCS, Assistant Substance Abuse Certificate Coordinator/Assistant Clinical Supervision Coordinator, School of Social Work, East Carolina University In an attempt to reduce prison populations and recidivism, new laws have been enacted to manage more offenders in the community rather than placing them in prison. As a result, many agencies and community practitioners are being asked to work with this growing population. Nearly 70% of the offenders in prison, on probation and parole are there due to substance use, indicating an increased need for substance abuse treatment. This session will provide participants with both basic and advanced skills needed to assist this population in breaking the cycle of re-offending and substance use leading to successful community re-entry. Title: Problem Gambling - A Behavioral Addiction Presenter: Richard O Donnell, LPC, LPCC, NCGC II, Gambling Treatment Services of Wilmington Changes in the most recent iteration of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual now have problem gambling classified with the other addictive disorders. This session will compare and contrast gambling with the substance related disorders. Remaining time will be devoted to discussing problem gambling in North Carolina. Title: From DSM-IV-TR to DSM-5 Presenter: Sy Saeed, MD, MS, FACPsych, Professor and Chairman, Department of Psychiatric Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University The two DSM-5 sessions will provide participants with an opportunity to learn about the changes in DSM-5. Starting with an overview of the history of those aspects of diagnostic classification that led directly to the development of the DSM, the sessions will describe the multiphase effort that provided an enhanced research base in support of the DSM-5. While not intended to be an exhaustive review, the session will provide information on DSM revision process, describing both the foundational changes that radically transformed DSM, as well as the incremental changes that basically are refinements in diagnostic criteria. This session will explain the history of those aspects of diagnostic classification that led directly to the development of the DSM. It will also explain the DSM revision processes and describe the multiphase effort that provided an enhanced research base in support of the DSM-5. Title: Substance Use Disorders: Getting Back to the Basics Presenter: LaToya Harris-Freeman, MS, CRC, LCAS, NC-CPSS, LPC-A, Clinician, Healthy Heads Up Program, Martin-Tyrrell-Washington District Health Department This session will help participants identify a substance use disorder, identify risk factors for substance use disorders, demonstrate The Recovery Position, and review an Action Plan for Substance Use Disorders.
4 November 6, 2013 Wednesday Morning Concurrent Sessions 10:30 am - 12:00 noon (continued) Title: PowerPoint Presenter: GeoAnna Smith, CSAPC, Anuvia Prevention and Recovery Center Since its inception, PowerPoint users have followed a predictable pattern: open the application, choose a template, and insert notes on text-driven, bulleted slides. The end result is a boring slideshow that taxes information processing. This session will examine how psychological principles can be applied to guide slideshow design. Title: Psychological Aspects of Combat-related Trauma: A New Look at PTSD Presenter: Mark A. Stebnicki, PhD, LPC, CRC, CCM, Professor and Coordinator of Military and Trauma Counseling Certificate Program, Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies, College of Allied Health Sciences, East Carolina University There is a significant impact on the medical, psychological, social, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive well-being of persons who have acquired combat-related trauma disorders. Professional counselors will become familiar with the current research and therapeutic strategies now facilitated in the psychosocial adjustment of persons diagnosed with combat-related trauma with intention to cultivate resiliency and optimal well-being of the individual. 12:00 pm LUNCHEON Luncheon Plenary - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm Title: Critical Stress Management for Emergency Responders: Helping the Helpers Presenter: Shannon Terry, Chair of the Eastern Carolina Critical Incident Stress Management Association; Battalion Chief of the Life Safety Services Division with Greenville NC Fire/Rescue/EMS; Jessica Holton, MSW, LCSW, LCAS, Certified in Social Work Practice with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Board Member of the Eastern Carolina Critical Incident Stress Management Association The Eastern Carolina Critical Incident Stress Management Association (ECCISMA) is a volunteer organization that provides critical incident stress management (CISM) services to emergency responders in eastern North Carolina. Its more than 100 members trained as peer de-briefers are dedicated to serving other emergency responders in Eastern North Carolina after traumatic events occur. Team members have also deployed statewide, nationally, and internationally after such events as 9-11, the tsunami in Thailand, and Hurricane Katrina. The purpose of CISM is to 1) lessen the impact of the incident on the emergency responder and thus lessen the impact on his/her family as well, and to 2) accelerate recovery from the stress associated with the incident so that the individual can return to the normalcy of work and family life faster than might otherwise occur. The most widely used intervention is a peer debriefing. The concept of a peer debriefing is a group process involving trained peers assisted by a mental health professional offering an environment where the emergency responders can share their thoughts and feelings regarding the incident with others who have had similar professional experiences. It also offers education on ways to deal with the stress of such incidents, which in many cases, involve the death of children, a line of duty death, mass casualty events, police shootings, or the suicide of a co-worker. 1:30 pm BREAK
5 Session A Title: Substance Abuse, Child Abuse & Child Neglect: Trends and Topics Presenter: Ginger Gower, MSW, LCSW, Social Worker, Investigative/Assessment & Treatment; Leslie Parker, MA, Social Worker, Investigative/ Assessment & Treatment, Pitt County DSS Substance abuse is frequently seen as a factor in cases of child maltreatment. This session will look at some of the prevalent and emerging issues from a Child Welfare perspective. There will be time for sharing participants observations and experiences. November 6, 2013 Wednesday 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm Afternoon Concurrent Sessions Title: DSM-5: What Specifically is Changing? Presenter: Sy Saeed, MD, MS, FACPsych This session will focus on substance use disorders and disorders that are commonly comorbid with the substance use disorders. Additionally, there will be some discussion regarding potential insurance and coding implications as we change from DSM-IV-TR to DSM-5. Title: Eating Disorders: Co-occurrence with Substance Abuse - Research and Treatment Implications Presenter: Wilmina Rosario, PhD, LPC-S, LCAS, CCS, Independent Clinical Consultant, Jacksonville This presentation is an introductory session that will introduce participants to the current research on eating disorders and their prevalence in individuals with substance use disorders. An overview of the factors that have contributed to the development of eating disorders will be provided and strategies for screening and assessing for eating disorders in individuals with substance use disorder will be discussed. Title: HIV/AIDS Update Presenter: Kathy Cochran, RN, MS, CIC, Manager, Infection Control, Vidant Medical Center There have now been three decades of HIV disease spectrum and associated illnesses. The epidemiology of HIV has and is continuing to change into a manageable chronic infectious disease. The long term effects of HIV disease and medications to treat HIV and the chronic effects on mind and body are challenging. The effects of HIV disease, other chronic conditions associated with HIV, the medications used to treat these conditions and the effect on mind and body will be discussed in this session. Title: Meth Mouth: An Interdisciplinary Team Approach Presenter: Teams from East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine This presentation will highlight an interdisciplinary team of ECU faculty sharing ideas, perspectives, and resources that focus on expanding a dentist s toolkit to help recognize, treat, and refer patients who demonstrate signs of substance abuse. This presentation will include: 1) epidemiological data related to methamphetamines, 2) laws and law enforcement protocols/ challenges, 3) clinical signs and symptoms of substance use, and 4) the clinician s role in referrals for treatment and health education promotion strategies concerning substance abuse. Title: Psychiatric Disorders and Mental Health Disorders - Epidemiology, Identification and Management Presenter: Thomas M. Penders, MD, FAPA, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatric Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University This presentation will help participants understand the rates of co-occurrence of use and abuse of specific substances along with specific psychiatric disorders; discuss the principles of diagnosis of mental disorders in the context of addiction; understand modifications of treatment approaches necessary when psychiatric disorders and substance use disorders present together and understand the risks involved in use of prescription opioids in patients at high risk for misuse.
6 November 6, 2013-Wednesday 3:15 pm - BREAK 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Late Afternoon Concurrent Sessions Session A Title: Pain Management Presenter: Marsha N. Rehm, MSN, RN-BC, Clinical Nurse Specialist/Cancer Care, Vidant Medical Center; Lynne Bair, CSW, CSAC, Social Worker/ Substance Abuse Counselor, Comprehensive Sickle Cell Clinic, Brody School of Medicine, East Carolina University The basic concepts of pain management will be reviewed with an overview of pain medications. The concepts of hyperanalgesia, pseudo-addiction, addiction and opioid misuse will be discussed. Case presentation of patients with pain will be presented and discussed. Title: DSM-5: What Specifically is Changing? (continued) Presenter: Sy Saeed, MD, MS, FACPsych Title: Hispanic/Latino Cultural Perception: The Impact of Substance Abuse Treatment Services Presenter: Lisa Peralta, LPC, LCAS, CRC, East Coast Counseling, Greenville This session will focus on the following: the impact of substance abuse treatment services upon the Hispanic/Latino Culture, techniques to assist the clinician in engaging Latino s in substance abuse treatment as well as cultural implications of such, and other multicultural issues to consider while serving this population. Title: HIV/AIDS Update (continued) Presenter: Kathy Cochran, RN, MS, CIC Title: Meth Mouth: An Interdisciplinary Team Approach (continued) Presenter: Teams from East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine and School of Dental Medicine Title: Psychiatric Disorders and Mental Health Disorders - Epidemiology, Identification and Management (continued) Presenter: Thomas M. Penders, MD, FAPA This session is continued from earlier. Participants will need to 5:00 pm ADJOURNMENT
7 November 7, 2013-Thursday 8:00 am REGISTRATION/REFRESHMENTS 8:30 am - Exhibitors/Door Prizes (must be present to win) Early Morning Concurrent Sessions 9:00 am - 10:30 am Session A Title: Brain Injury Services for Veterans within the North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation System: Innovative Practices and Greater Employment Outcomes Presenter: Jim H. Swain, MAEd, MS, Program Specialist, I/DD & Physical Disabilities, Department of Health and Human Services, NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services This session will present an overview of specific services for veterans with brain injuries through the NC Vocational Rehabilitation System. Specific content will address cognitive rehabilitative services and how this therapeutic modality combined with the best practice of supported employment can lead to greater employment success and stability. The vocational rehabilitation system is detailed as far as accessing services and what to expect throughout the process. Title: The Use of Evidence-based Practices in Adolescent Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Presenter: Jennifer Hardee, MS, LCAS, CSI, Clinical Services Manager, PORT Human Services This session will discuss current trends in adolescent substance abuse, treatment interventions including use of the evidencebased practice models for treatment of adolescent substance abuse. The training will discuss multiple models including Seven Challenges and SITCAP-ART, which are implemented in PORT s residential substance abuse treatment facilities. The training will offer case studies, an overview of models, offer guidance on selection and implementation, and discuss use of models as compliment to other types of treatment. Title: Opioid Dependence and Treatment Presenter: Sonya Longest, MD, Clinical Director, Walter B. Jones ADATC, Program Sponsor and Medical Director of WBJ Methadone OTP, NC Department of Health and Human Services This session will examine current trends, diagnosis and treatment options for opiate addiction. There will be a focus on Methadone and Buprenorphine maintenance therapy. Title: Professional Ethics and Social Networks Presenter: Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW, Professor, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The emergence of online networking through sites such as Twitter and Facebook creates unique challenges in the application of familiar ethical and managerial concepts. Client privacy, public relations and marketing, worker self-disclosure, conflicts of interest and informed consent all take on new form and complexity in light of technological advances. This session introduces the features of social networking and explores the risks and rewards of conscious use of networking sites in professional practice.
8 November 7, 2013-Thursday Early Morning Concurrent Sessions 9:00 am - 10:30 am (continued) Title: Substance Abuse Services for Individuals with DWI s Presenter: D. Jason Reynolds, DWI Program Coordinator; Marci Blevins, DWI Specialist, Division of MH/DD/SAS This session will provide an update for seasoned DWI Services providers to include: a summary from our annual legislative report and an overview of training and resources available to authorized agencies. It will demonstrate how to improve efficiency and quality of out-of-state reviews and clinical documentation through case study examples. The session will also review any relevant legislation that passes from the current legislative session and discuss ongoing pilot programs. Title: Suicide in Adults and Children: Prevention, Intervention and Aftermath Presenter: Jodi Flick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Many adults and children with whom we work suffer from illnesses that put them at risk of suicide. This session will address the biological, environmental and cognitive factors related to depression and suicide in adults and children. It will focus on the latest research related to risk assessment, prevention efforts and their effectiveness and clinical/legal standards of care. We will consider the impact of attempted and complicated suicides on families, communities and clinicians and provide guidelines for responding to these situations. Session G Title: Family Motivation and Resilience: Facing Substance Abuse Together Presenter: Aubry Koehler, MA, LMFTA, Doctoral Candidate; Angela L. Lamson, PhD, LMFT, Professor, Director, Marriage and Family Therapy Program, College of Human Ecology, East Carolina University No matter what symptoms or diagnosis a family member may have, changes and challenges typically influence everyone in the family as well as other significant relationships. Unfortunately, substance abuse or dependence can be isolating for the user and his or her family. This presentation will focus on ways to attend to the motivation of the family as they face the substance abuse and find ways to strengthen their ability to help one another. 10:30 am BREAK Morning Concurrent Sessions 10:45 am - 12:15 pm Session A Title: Providing Vocational Rehabilitation Services to Veterans Presenter: Gina Price, MS, LPC, LCAS, CCS, CRC, Department of Health and Human Services, Program Specialist for Mental Health and Substance Abuse, NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation This session will present an overview of vocational rehabilitation services available for veterans through the NC Vocational Rehabilitation System. Specifically, this session will look at types of services, how to access services, and when to access services for the veteran. We will also look at the differences and similarities in the VA-VR and the NC-VR system. Statewide initiatives and available resources for providers and veterans will be identified. Title: Overview of Mental Illness in the Older Adult Presenter: Vickie Corbett Ripley, PharmD, CPP, BCPP, Psychiatric Clinical Pharmacist, Coastal Plain Hospital, Rocky Mount This presentation will look at how mental illnesses present in older adults and review appropriate medication management.
9 November 7, 2013-Thursday Morning Concurrent Sessions (continued) 10:45 am - 12:15 pm Title: The Use of Evidence-based Practices in Adolescent Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (continued) Presenter: Jennifer Hardee, MS, LCAS, CSI Title: Professional Ethics and Social Networks (continued) Presenter: Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW Title: Substance Abuse Services for Individuals with DWI s (continued) Presenter: D. Jason Reynolds; Marci Blevins Title: Suicide in Adults and Children: Prevention, Intervention and Aftermath (continued) Presenter: Jodi Flick, MSW, ACSW, LCSW Session G Title: Group Counseling: Focus on Leader/Facilitator Skills Presenter: Wilmina Rosario, PhD, LPC-S, LCAS, CCS This presentation will introduce participants to the basic concepts of group counseling and provide opportunities for participants to practice and apply group counseling skills when addressing common issues that arise in groups. Experiential group counseling activities and exercises will be the primary modality used in the learning process in this session. 12:15 pm LUNCHEON Luncheon Plenary - 12:45 pm - 1:30 pm Title: Overview of Designer Drugs Presenter: John J. Spagnolo, MA, RPh, Manager, Clinical Services, Dominion Diagnostics, North Kingstown, RI This presentation will focus on the definition, evolution, availability, and legal status of drugs of abuse such as synthetic cannabinoids, Bath Salts, and club drugs, providing the attendee with general knowledge of the designer drug phenomenon. 1:30 pm BREAK Afternoon Concurrent Sessions 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm
10 November 7, 2013-Thursday Afternoon Concurrent Sessions 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm Session A Title: Pharmacological Effects of Selected Designer Drugs Presenter: John J. Spagnolo, MA, RPh This session will concentrate on physiological effects of these products, specifically synthetic marijuana and Bath Salts, as well as their pharmacology. Also included will be information on how to laboratory test for these items. Title: Certification, Licensure and Issues Related to Practice in NC Presenter: Barden Culbreath, BA, Associate Director, NC Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board, Raleigh This session will consist of step-by-step information on the credentialing process to include CSAC, LCAS, and CCS/CSI application processes. Topics will include Master s Degree qualifications, Criteria C applications, outlining office procedures, Committee and Board structure and ethics cases. Title: Self-Care for the Professional Presenter: Deeanna Hale-Holland, MA, CSAPC; Erin Ditta, CSAPC, Eastern Center for Prevention Resources, Coastal Horizons, Wilmington Workplace wellness is essential to self-care and burn-out prevention for the behavioral health professional. This interactive session will focus on workplace policies and practices to decrease the impact of job related stress on our health, our families and our co-workers. Best practice resources, toolkits and small group work will be utilized to problem solve, plan and support an integrated health approach for the professional. Title: Ethical Practice in Supervision** Presenter: Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW Corporate wrongdoing, plagiarism cases and other scandals are but a few recent examples of lapses in ethical conduct in modern-day America. Helping professionals are not immune to ethical challenges as they strive to address difficult situations with scarce resources and increased pressures for efficiency. Supervisory personnel bear additional responsibility in helping to guide appropriate conduct in their supervisees. This session reviews key ethical principles for effective supervision and the resources and strategies to successfully implement them. Participants will apply key principles to case vignettes drawn from supervisory practice. Title: Clinical Applications of Biofeedback & Neurofeedback Presenter: Tami M. Fragedakis, LPC, BCB, LRT, CTRS, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies, College of Allied Health Sciences, East Carolina University, Clinical Psychophysiologist This presentation will discuss the practices and principles of biofeedback and neurofeedback. Participants will gain an understanding of clinical applications and benefits to the medical field through demonstrations and a thorough discussion of these modalities. Title: A Brief Introduction to Motivational Interviewing Presenter: Paul Toriello, RhD, CRC, CCS, LCAS, Associate Professor and Director of Doctoral and Graduate Programs, Interim Assistant Dean for Grants Administration, Chair, Department of Addictions and Rehabilitation Studies, College of Allied Health Sciences, East Carolina University Client motivation is well documented as a significant predictor of the success of treatment for persons with mental health issues. Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an empirically supported approach to counseling clients who are struggling with change. In a large number of empirical studies, MI has shown to be an effective intervention to improve rapport and increase retention and outcomes of persons with various mental health and/or substance abuse issues. Participants in this workshop will be exposed to the MI philosophy, theory, and skills as they relate to the use of MI clients who are considering change.
11 November 7, 2013-Thursday 1:45 pm - 3:15 pm Afternoon Concurrent Session (continued) Session G Title: 101-Implementing Evidence-based Prevention Programs in School Systems and Community Presenter: Debbie Sudekum, BS, CSAPC, Prevention Director; Lynn Hagwood, BA, Prevention Specialist, PORT Human Services This session will discuss how to effectively implement evidence-based programs in school systems. Emphasis will be placed on how to build and maintain relationships within the school system. 3:15 pm BREAK 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Late Afternoon Concurrent Sessions Session A Title: Personal Protection and Safety in Today s World Presenter: Captain James L. Marsal, Pitt County Sheriff s Office, Greenville This session will present ways to identify potential security issues at home and work. Participants will increase their personal awareness of the environment in which they live and work. Participants will also discuss ways to remain safer in their daily activities. Title: It s All Fun and Games...Video Gaming and Addiction Presenter: Kenn Pritchard, MS, LCAS, LPC, CRC, Substance Abuse Clinical Counselor, Walter B. Jones ADATC, NC Department of Health and Human Services; Lisa Rieger, MS, LCASA, LPCA, Raleigh With the increasing popularity of video games, counselors are more likely to face people with unhealthy gaming patterns. The DSM-5 does not include a diagnosis for gaming addiction, but has introduced Internet Gaming Disorder for further discussion and research. In the meantime, what do we do? This session will explore video gaming for emerging trends, potential for addiction, clinical implications and recommendations. Title: Self-Care for the Professional (continued) Presenter: Deeanna Hale-Holland, MA, CSAPC; Erin Ditta, CSAPC
12 November 7, 2013-Thursday 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Late Afternoon Concurrent Session (continued) Title: Ethical Practice in Supervision** (continued) Presenter: Kim Strom-Gottfried, PhD, LISW Title: Clinical Applications of Biofeedback & Neurofeedback (continued) Presenter: Tami M. Fragedakis, LPC, BCB, LRT, CTRS Title: A Brief Introduction to Motivational Interviewing (continued) Presenter: Paul Toriello, RhD, CRC, CCS, LCAS This session is continued from earlier. Participants will need to Session G Title: Treating Tobacco Dependence in Recovery: Preventing Relapse by Stressing Wellness Presenter: Anne Stephenson, MD, Director of Medical Services, Central Regional Hospital, Butner (Speaker Sponsored by The Governor s Institute on Substance Abuse) Helping clients quit smoking impacts their over-all recovery and will also help them live longer and healthier lives. Help clients choose a substance free life that also includes the number one cause of preventable death, tobacco Psychology credit NOT available ** Clinical Supervision credit available 5:00 pm ADJOURNMENT Pre-conference Event 2013 DMV Evaluator Training Required DMV Substance Abuse Evaluation (SAE) Training for existing evaluators Limited openings for new evaluators November 5, 2013 Greenville Hilton For more information and to register for the DMV Evaluator training: **NOTE: Registration for DMV Evaluator training and/or 29th Annual Substance Abuse State of the Art Conference are two (2) separate registrations!
13 The 29th Annual Substance Abuse Services State of the Art Conference - Surviving the System: Keep the Best and Throw Away the Rest November 6-7, Hilton Greenville Register online at Last Name First Name Middle Initial Last 4 digits of Soc. Sec. # XXX-XX- Discipline (check one) Allied Health Dentistry Health Careers Medicine Mental Health Nursing Pharmacy Public Health Other Specialties Degrees/Certifications/License Mail goes to Home Office or by Workplace Employer Department Position Street/PO Box City State Zip Phone Attending: Day 1 Day 2 Both Days Choose concurrent sessions you plan to attend: Day 1: Morning Day 1: Early Afternoon Day 1: Late Afternoon Breaking the Cycle SA, Child Abuse & Neglect Pain Management DSM-IV-TR to DSM 5 DSM 5 Specific Changes DSM 5 Specific Changes (cont d) Problem Gambling Eating Disorders Hispanic/Latino Culture Substance Use Disorders HIV/AIDS Update HIV/AIDS update (cont d) PowerPoint Design Meth Mouth Meth Mouth (cont d) Combat-related Trauma Psychiatric Disorders Psychiatric Disorders (cont d) Day 2: Early Morning Day 2: Late Morning Day 2: Early Afternoon Day 2: Late Afternoon Veterans Services Vocational Rehab for Vets Designer Drugs Personal Protection Opioid Dependence Older Adults Practice in NC Video Gaming Adolescent Residential SA Adolescent SA (cont d) Self-Care Self-Care (cont d) Professional Ethics Ethics (cont d) Ethical Supervision Ethical Supervision (cont d) DWI s DWI s (cont d) Biofeedback Biofeedback (cont d) Suicide in Adults & Children Suicide (cont d) Motivational Interviewing Motivational Interviewing (cont d) Family Motivation & Resilience Group Counseling Prevention in Schools Tobacco Dependence Program Number E40734 Method of Payment (Received by : Both Days $160; One Day $95, Received after : Both Days $185; One Day $120) Check/Cash Enclosed for $ Charge: Visa MasterCard AMX Discover Signature If Paying by Credit Card Billing Address Required Street/PO Box City State Zip Account # Expiration Date Security Code (Last 3 digits on back of card)