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1 Oklahoma Board of Licensed Alcohol & Drug Counselors Approved Continuing Education Courses Alcohol/Drug Provider Course Tot.. Specific. FastCEU's Money Matters and Mental Health FastCEU's Money Matters and Mental Health FastCEU's Personality Disorders FastCEU's Personality Disorders CME Resource Methamphetamine Abuse and Dependence Specific Mental Disorders with Additional Guidance for the Counselor of Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with urring Disorders Contact: Lermar Health Care Institute : Boundaries in Helping Relationships Contact:Michele Scott: Linda Reynolds Art Expression in Developmental Theory and 7/4/2015 Practice: Intimacy vs. Isolation Contact:Linda Reynolds: Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center JCMVAMC Clinical and Emergency Detention Contact:Maureen Herd: /7/2015 EAPA Elevating Ethical Awareness-Webinar 7/9/2015 Family and Youth Intervention Services The Art of Assessment and Evaluation 7/10/2015 Contact:Roxann Moeller: Page 1 of 254

2 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. NAADAC EAP and Behavioral Health Professional's Guide to 7/10/2015 Screening, Brief Intervention and Treatment (SBIRT) for Unhealthy Drinking Oklahoma Counseling Association Oklahoma Counseling Association Summer /10/ Leadership /11/2015 Contact:marilyn Kincade: Integris Mental Health Rebuilding the Broken Bond: Working and Living /13/ with Difficult, Challenging and Hurting Children 7/14/2015 Contact:Integris HealthLine: St. John Behavioral Health Services Death: The Final Frontier 7/14/2015 Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Equipping Staff for Contact:Susie Schultz: /15/2015 Breining Institute Analyzing Multiple Relationships Between 7/16/2015 Counselor and Client Breining Institute Medical Treatment: Holistic Approaches to 7/16/2015 Recovery Family and Youth Intervention Services The Psychiatric Diagnosis and Its Role in 7/17/2015 Treatment Contact:Roxann Moeller: YouthCare of Oklahoma Avocation and Assistance with Special Needs in a 7/17/2015 Schol Setting Contact:Beth: Love and Associates Wellness Services,PLLC Building Your Diagnostic Toolkit Contact:Tracye Love: /18/2015 OSBLSW Supervisor Training 7/18/2015 NAMI OKC Metro Affiliate Life After Death 7/20/2015 Contact:Bonita Little: Prevention Research Institute Prime Solutions 1 1 7/22/2015 Page 2 of 254

3 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. American Institute of Medical Education Creativity and Madness-Psychological Studies of /27/ Art and Artists 7/31/2015 Contact:Denise Forlizzi: NADCP NADCP 21st Annual Training Conference /27/2015-7/30/2015 American Institute of Medical Education Mindfulness and Psychotherapy 7/29/2015 Contact:Denise Forlizzi: American Institute of Medical Education Professional Best Practices and the Law in 7/29/2015 Psychotherapy Contact:Denise Forlizzi: IHS Behavioral Health: Oklahoma Annual Meeting /29/2015 Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Professionalism in the Workplace Contact:Susie Schultz: /29/2015 Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Social Media Contact:Susie Schultz: /29/2015 PCSS-O Training Using Treatment Agreements and Urine Drug 7/29/2015 Testing in Chronic Pain: Why, When, and How? American Institute of Medical Education Healing the Self Through Self Portraits 7/30/2015 Contact:Denise Forlizzi: American Institute of Medical Education Professional Best Practices and the Law in 7/30/2015 Psychotherapy Contact:Denise Forlizzi: Center for Children and Families The Science and Power of Hope 7/30/2015 Contact:heather Baker: Cross Country Education Adopt a Positive Approach to and Improve 7/30/2015 Client Relationships Lilyfield Connection and Behavioral Change: Practical /1/2015 Strategies for Success Page 3 of 254

4 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Linda Reynolds Art Expression in Developmental Theory and 8/1/2015 Practice: Generativity vs. Stagnation Contact:Linda Reynolds: Lynda Jacobs Myth, Grief and Resilience 8/1/2015 First Presbyterian Church Addiction Workshop: Addiction and the Brain /2/2015 Contact:Patricia Hall: Covenant Youth and Family Services Trauma Focused Therapy for Adoptive Families 8/4/2015 Brookhaven Hospital Relevance of Diversity and Culture in Mental Health /5/2015 Practices: Contemporary Thought. Contact:M. J. Clausen: Chickasaw Nation Motivational Enhancement Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MET-CBT) Applied to Substance Use Treatment Contact:Jarod Allen: /6/2015 Family and Youth Intervention Services The Art of Assessment and Evaluation 8/7/2015 Contact:Roxann Moeller: Kenny James Clinical : Tools of the Trade 8/7/2015 Contact:Kenny James: Kenny James for Mental Health Professionals 8/7/2015 Contact:Kenny James: PESI Oklahoma Legal and Ethical Issues for Mental /7/2015 Health Clinicians First Presbyterian Church Addiction Workshop: Problem vs. Solution /9/2015 Contact:Patricia Hall: University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Sexual Offending 2 8/10/2015-8/13/2015 Page 4 of 254

5 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. St. John Behavioral Health Services Impact of Trauma on Adult Children: Mental Health 8/11/2015 and Addiction (Or, The Lost Child of Treatment). Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Family and Youth Intervention Services The Psychiatric Diagnosis and Its Role in 8/14/2015 Treatement Contact:Roxann Moeller: Warren Alexander Group Substance Abuse and Personality Disorders 8/14/2015 Contact:Whitney Alexander: NIDA NIDA Clinical Trials Network: Good Clinical 8/15/2015 Practices First Presbyterian Church Addiction Workshop: Relapse /16/2015 Contact:Patricia Hall: Breining Institute Illicit Drug Abuse: Current Developments 8/17/2015 NAMI OKC Metro Affiliate Housing and Mental Illness: Challenges and 8/17/2015 Solutions Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Cultural Awareness Contact:Susie Schultz: /19/2015 Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism in the Workplace Contact:Susie Schultz: /19/2015 NorthCare Domestic Violence 8/20/2015 Contact:Cynthia Willis or Cassie Pruner: First Presbyterian Church Addiction Workshop: Shame and Addiction /23/2015 Contact:Patricia Hall: OBLADC From One Okie to Another: Enhancing Integrated 1 1 8/27/2015 Treatment Competencies-Into Practice. Contact:OBLADC: Differential Diagnosis, Assessment and the DSM-5 Contact:ODMHSAS: /28/2015 Page 5 of 254

6 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. St. Anthony Behavioral Health Medicine Mindful Practices to Promote Well Being 8/28/2015 Contact:Lanette Long: First Presbyterian Church Addiction Workshop: Families and Addiction /30/2015 Contact:Patricia Hall: OUHSC - OU Health Sciences Center 23rd Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect /31/2015 Conference Contact:Brenda Gentry: X42131 Brookhaven Hospital Understanding Toxic Shame and Healthy Shame in /2/2015 the Recovery Process Contact:M. J. Clausen: Community Learning Council, Inc. and Quest MHSA, LLC DSM-5 and ICD 10: Are You Ready for October 1, 2015? Contact:Debbie Spaeth: /2/2015 Specialty Court Conference: Raising the Bar Contact:ODMHSAS: /3/2015 Linda Reynolds Art Expression in Developmental Theory and 9/5/2015 Practice: Ego Integrity vs. Despair Contact:Linda Reynolds: Greater OKC Chapter of EAPA QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide 9/8/2015 Prevention Contact:Nancy Graham: St. John Behavioral Health Services Emotional Freedom Techniques: The Tapping 9/8/2015 Solution for Body Confidence and Weight Loss Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Washington County Association for Mental Health Helping Each Other Heal-3rd Annual Suicide Awareness Summit Contact:M'Liss Jenkins: /8/2015 Oklahoma Attorney General 2015 Partnership Conference on Domestic and Sexual Violence and Stalking Contact:www.regonline.com/partnersforchange /9/2015-9/10/2015 Parkside Hospital Still Trying to Do Good Right: Legal and 9/10/2015 Professional Practice in Behavioral Health Contact:Cloyd Easley: Page 6 of 254

7 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. St. John Behavioral Health Services Understanding Addiction and Spiritual Assessment 9/10/2015 Utilizing the 12-Step Model Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: OAPCG Mindfulness: A Tool for Psychotherapy and 9/11/2015 Treatment Contact:Wiley Harwell: Love and Associates Wellness Services,PLLC Brining in the Sieves-Emotional Regulation Training Contact:Tracye Love: /12/2015 Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Early Effective Intervention to Recidivism Contact:Susie Schultz: /16/2015 Mental Health Association Oklahoma Zarrow 21st Annual Mental Health Symposium /17/ Contact:mhaok.org 9/18/2015 A Chance to Change Wellness: The Lifelong Cycle of Trauma and 9/18/2015 Addiction. Contact:Rita Crockett: Northeastern State University Youth Mental Health First Aid /19/2015 Contact:Mike Pugliese: Leigh Kirby : That's Not My Problem! 9/24/2015 Contact:Leigh Kirby: Missouri Coalition of Recovery Support Providers Catch the Fire: Southwest Missouri Conference Contact:Stephanie Logan: /24/2015-9/25/2015 Oklahoma State University OSU Linking Gerontology and Geriatrics Fall 2015 Conference: Wellness Building Capacity for Tomorrow's Older Adults Contact:Tammy Henderson, PhD.: /24/2015 U. S. Jounrnal Training 21st Annual Counseling Skills Conference /24/ Contact:USJT.com 9/26/2015 All For You, Inc. Personalized Strategies for Preparation of LADC /25/2015 Examination and Oral Exam Presentation Contact:Susan Boxie-Rex: Page 7 of 254

8 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Oklahoma Society for Psychoanalytic Studies Erotic Transferences: What Countertransferences Can Illuminate Contact:Ronda Kiefer: /26/2015 Ray Quiett Equivalency Course /26/ Contact:Kerry Collins: /7/2015 Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Group Counseling Contact:Susie Schultz: /30/2015 Lermar Health Care Institute Pharmacology Review for Health Care /6/2015 Professionals Contact:Michele Scott: UMKC School of Medicine "Zero Suicide" Clinical Skills for Youth /7/2015 Empowering Adults-Protecting Children, Inc. Shifting Child Sexual Abuse Paradigms: Primary Prevention Symposium Contact:Mary Rounds: /8/2015 St. John Behavioral Health Services Cultural Competencies for Working with Aging and 10/8/2015 Diverse Clients Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Leigh Kirby Grief and Loss: Learning to Cope 10/9/2015 Contact:Leigh Kirby: Northeastern State University Mental Health First Aid /10/2015 Contact:Mike Pugliese: Southeastern Oklahoma Family Services -Critical Thinking 10/16/2015 Contact:Allison West: Northeastern Oklahoma Council on Alcoholism Families and Recovery Contact:Susie Schultz: /21/2015 A Chance to Change FSAP Workshop (Feeling State Addiction Protocol) /24/2015 Contact:Rita Crockett: Robert Miller EMDR: The Feeling-State Addiction Protocol /24/2015 or Page 8 of 254

9 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. PESI Sex Made Simple /26/2015 Contact:www.PESI.Com U. S. Jounrnal Training Pre-Conference Workshop 10/27/2015 Contact:U. S. Journal Training.com U. S. Jounrnal Training Behavioral Health and Addictive Disorders 6th /28/2015 Western Conference Contact:U. S. Jouranal Training.com Family and Youth Intervention Services and Professional Dilemmas 11/7/2015 Contact:Roxann Moeller: St. John Behavioral Health Services Substance Abuse and Family Systems: 11/10/2015 Assessment and Treatment Models Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Family & Children's Services in Every Day Practice 11/12/2015 Contact:Claudia Arthrell: Leigh Kirby : That's Not My Problem! 11/13/2015 Contact:Leigh Kirby: St. John Behavioral Health Services Conversation on 12/11/2015 Contact:Jennifer Sorensen: Emotional Manipulation: Understanding Manipulators and Helping Their Vicitms 12 RECOVERY FOUNDATION "12" A Blessed Child Court System and the Counselor Contact:LaToya Wallace: A Chance to Change A Chance to Change Education Series Contact: A Chance to Change Addiction As An Attachment Disorder Contact:Rita Crockett: Page 9 of 254

10 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. A Chance to Change Codependency: Hidden Fears, Hidden Tears Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Co-Dependency: Hidden Fears, Hidden Tears Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Codependency-Hidden Fears, Hidden Tears Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Codependency-Hidden Fears, Hidden Tears Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Co-Dependency-Hidden Fears, Hidden Tears Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Community Education Series Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Community Education Series Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Enabling: The Helping That Hurts Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Enabling: The Helping That Hurts Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Enabling-The Helping That Hurts Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Enabling-The Helping That Hurts Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Enabling-The Helping That Hurts Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Enabling-The Helping That Hurts Contact:Tom Boone: Page 10 of 254

11 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. A Chance to Change Gambling: When Is It a Problem? Contact:Rita Crockett: A Chance to Change Gambling: When Is It a Problem? Contact:Rita Crockett: A Chance to Change How Addiction Affect Families Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change How Addiction Affects Families Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change How Addiction Affects Families Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change How Addiction Affects Families Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change How Addictions Affect Families A Chance to Change How Addictions Affect Families Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change How Addictions Affect Families Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Intervention, Treatment and Recovery-Hope for Tomorrow Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Intervention, Treatment and Recovery-Hope for Tomorrow Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Provider: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery-Hope for Tomorrow A Chance to Change Provider: Intervention, Treatment and Recovery-Hope for Tomorrow Page 11 of 254

12 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. A Chance to Change Treatment and Recovery Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Treatment and Recovery Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Treatment and Recovery Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Treatment and Recovery Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Understand Addictive Behaviors Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Understand Addictive Behaviors Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Understanding Addictive Behaviors Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Understanding Addictive Behaviors Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Understanding Addictive Behaviors Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Understanding Addictive Behaviors Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Addictions Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Addictions Contact:Tom Boone: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency Contact:ACTC: Page 12 of 254

13 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency Contact:ACTC: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency Contact:A Chance to Change: A Chance to Change Understanding Chemical Dependency Contact:A Chance to Change: A Place for Change LPC By the Book A Place for Change Mind-Body Connection in a Trauma Informed Practice Contact:Toni Wray: A Place for Change Professional Boundaries in the Counseling Practice Contact:Toni Wray: A Place for Change Quizbowl Contact:Toni Wray: A Place for Change Stories and Games in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Contact:Toni Wray: AAMFT Ronald J. Wood 411 Peppermint Dr. Sand Springs, OK ACA Mental Health Professional ACA Mental Health Professional Page 13 of 254

14 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Academic Review NIAAA Guide: Alcohol Problems in Intimate Relationships Academic Review Tobacco Addiction Research Accreditation Now Critical Incident Reporting Contact:Accreditation Now: Addiction Ministries United Methodist Conference Surviving the Addiction: Yours, Mine and Ours for clergy, counselors, youth. Contact:Annette Harper: Addiction Ministries United Methodist Conference Surviving the Addiction: Yours, Mine and Ours for clergy, counselors, youth. Contact:Annette Harper: Addiction Ministries United Methodist Conference Surviving the Addictions: Yours, Mine and Ours Contact:Annette Harper: Addiction Ministries United Methodist Conference Surviving the Addictions: Yours, Mine and Ours Contact:Annette Harper: Addiction Professional Webinars Equal but Different; Top 5 issues women face in addiction and recovery Addiction Professional Webinars Equal but Different; Top 5 issues women face in addiction and recovery Addiction Professional Webinars Personality Structure and Addiction: A Psychodynamic Understanding Addiction Professional Webinars Therapy Works: Let's Better Understand How to Improve Outcomes Addiction Professional Webinars Trust but Verify: The Role of Objective Drug, Alcohol and Infectious Disease Testing Data in a Clinical Setting 10 Ways Practitioners Can Avoid Frequent Ethical Pitfalls Page 14 of 254

15 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. 10 Ways Practitioners Can Avoid Frequent Ethical Pitfalls 10 Ways Practitioners Can Avoid Frequent Ethical Pitfalls 21 Ethical Fallacies: Cognitive Strategies To Justify Unethical Behavior and, Critical Thinking, and Language 7 Sessions of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adolescent Cannabis Users Sessions of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adolescent Cannabis Users Tools to Beat Addiction Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder:The Latest Assessment & Treatment Strategies 4.00 A Conceptual Framework for Considering Informed Consent A Conceptual Framework for Considering Informed Consent A Moral Vision of Addiction A Moral Vision of Addiction A Review of the Literature (TIP 52, Part 3-Section 1) Addiction as a Cultural Concept Page 15 of 254

16 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Addiction counseling competencies, Practice Dimensions Addiction counseling competencies, Practice Dimensions Addiction Treatment Matching Addictive Thinking Adding or Improving Hepatitis Services: A Guide for Administrators Addressing Histories of Trauma and Victimization Through Treatment Addressing Histories of Trauma and Victimization Through Treatment Addressing Value Conflicts Between Personal Worldviews and the NASW Code of Addressing Value Conflicts Between Personal Worldviews and the NASW Code of Adolescent Development and Alcohol Use Adolescents at Risk for Substance Abuse Disorder Alcohol and Craving Alcohol and Craving Page 16 of 254

17 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Alcohol and Stress Alcohol Dependence, Withdrawal and Relapse Contact: Alcohol Poisoning Among College Students Turning 21 Alcohol, Energy Drinks and Youth Alcohol, Energy Drinks and Youth Alcohol: Substance Abuse Among Older Adults Alcohol: Substance Abuse Among Older Adults Alcoholic Liver Disease Alcoholism and Psychiartic Disorders Alcoholism and Psychiartic Disorders Anger Management for Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clients Anger, Alcoholism and Addiction: Treating Individuals, Couples and Families. 1 1 Anger, Alcoholism, and Addiction: Treating Individuals, Couples, and Familie 1 1 Page 17 of 254

18 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Anxiety Disorders in Patients with HIV/AIDS Assessment for Persons with urring Disorders: Chapter 4 from...(tip 42) At the Crossroads: Examining the Intersection of Care for Persons with Mental and Substance-Use Conditions. At the Crossroads: Examining the Intersection of Care for Persons with Mental and Substance-Use Conditions. Attachment and Reunification Behavioral Health Mechanisms Underlying the Link Between Smoking and Drinking Best Possible Odds 1 Brain Basics: Understanding Sleep Breaking the Cycle of the Substance Dependent Client as Parent/Caregiver (TIP 36, Ch5) Brief Counseling for Marijuana Dependence Brief Counseling for Marijuana Dependence Brief Counseling for Marijuana Dependence Contact:Keith Gibson: Brief Interventions: Alcohol Alert Page 18 of 254

19 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Brief Interventions: Alcohol Alert Caffeine-Related Psychiatric Disorder Contact: Caffeine-Related Psychiatric Disorder Contact: Case of the Sleepless Slot Machine Supplicant Bipolar Disorder and Pathological Gambling Case of the Sleepless Slot Machine Supplicant: Bipolar Disorder and Pathological Gambling Causes of Addiction and Modalities for Treatment (TAP Series 11) Changing is Good 8.00 Chronic Pain Management (TIP 54, chapter 3) Chronic Pain Management (TIP 54, chapter 3) Clinical Findings for Naltrexone and Alcoholism Treatment Clinical Preventative Services in Substance Abuse and Mental Health 1 1 Clinical Preventive Services in Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clinical Scenarios Showing How to Apply the Information Page 19 of 254

20 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Clinical Scenarios Showing How to Apply the Information Clinical Scenarios Showing How to Apply the Information (TIP 52, Part 1-Chapter 2) Clinical Vignettes Demonstrating How to Apply the Information (Tip 50) Clinical Vignettes Demonstrating How to Apply the Information (Tip 50) College Factors That Influence Drinking College Factors That Influence Drinking Combining Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment with Diversion for Juveniles in the Justice System Common Medications for Disorders: Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with urring Disorders Comorbidity of Alcoholism and Psychiatric Disorders Contact:AddictionCounselorCE.org Comparative Treatments of Substance Abuse Complications of Alcohol Withdrawal: Pathophysiological Insights Comprehensive Case Management for Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP 27) Comprehensive Treatment for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse and Neglect (TIP 36, Ch.3) Substance Abuse Tx... Page 20 of 254

21 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Comprehensive Treatment for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse and Neglect (TIP 36, Ch.3) Substance Abuse Tx... Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records, Regulations and HIPAA Confidentiality of Mental Health Information: Ethical, Legal and Policy Issues Confidentiality of Mental Health Information: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues Confidentiality of Mental Health Information: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues Confidentiality of Mental Health Information: Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues Consideration for the Provision of E-Therapy urring Disorders and Mental Health urring Quick Guide for Administrators Counseling Clients With HIV and Substance Abuse Counselor Competence in Treating LGBT Clients Crisis Intervention Strategies Cultural Practices in Amer Indian SA Prevention Programs Page 21 of 254

22 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Depression and Mania in Patients with HIV/AIDS Diagnosing Co-Morbid Drug Use in Patients with Alcohol Use Disorders Diagnosing Co-Morbid Drug Use in Patients with Alcohol Use Disorders Drug Abuse Among Hispanics Drug Abuse Among Hispanics Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction Contact:Keith Gibson: Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction:The Collaborative Cocaine Treatment Study Model Drug Counseling for Cocaine Addiction:The Collaborative Cocaine Treatment Study Model Drug Testing as a Tool: Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opiod Addiction in Opiod Treatment Programs Early Intervention for Trauma: Current Status and Future Directions Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Page 22 of 254

23 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP35) Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP35) Enhancing Motivation for Change in substance Abuse Treatment: Treatment Improvement Protocol Enhancing Motivation for Change in substance Abuse Treatment: Treatment Improvement Protocol Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment-Chapt 4: From Precontemplation to Contemplation: Building Readiness Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment-Chapt 4: From Precontemplation to Contemplation: Building Readiness Ethical Decision Making in Social Work: Exploring Personal and Professional Values Ethical Decision Making in Social Work: Exploring Personal and Professional Values Ethical Issues: Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with HIV/AIDS and Prison Administrators for Addiction Professionals Page 23 of 254

24 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Executive Summary; Creating the Context; and Patterns of Use-Initiation to Treatment. From Substance Abuse Treatment: Addressing the Specific Needs of Women. Exploring the Experiences and Treatment of Addicted, Incarcerated Parents Exploring the Experiences and Treatment of Addicted, Incarcerated Parents Family Solutions for Substance Abuse Family Solutions for Substance Abuse Family-Based Services: Substance Abuse Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment FAQs About Applying Substance Abuse Confidentiality Regulations-42CFR Part 2 Faro: A 19th Century Gambling Craze Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Contact:Keith Gibson: Group Development and Phase-Specific Tasks Group Leadership, Concepts and Techniques (Tip 41, Chapter 6 for Substance Abuse Treatment.) Page 24 of 254

25 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Group Treatment for Substance Abuse Group Treatment for Substance Abuse Groups and Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP 41, pg. xv-8): Group Therapy Groups and Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP 41, pg. xv-8): Group Therapy Groups and Substance Abuse Treatment (TIP 41, pg.xv-8): Group Therapy Guidelines for Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Clients Guidelines for Psychotherapy with Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Clients Hallucinogens and Dissociative Drugs Hallucinogens and Dissociative Drugs Healing the Addicted Brain Healing the Addicted Brain Healing the Child Within Healing the Child Within Page 25 of 254

26 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Heroin Abuse and Addiction Heroin Abuse and Addiction Highlighting the Role of Cross-Cultural Competence in Ethically Sound Practice HIPAA Compliance Assistance HIPAA Compliance Assistance HIPAA Compliance Assistance HIPAA Compliance Assistance How Adaptation of the Brain to Alcohol Leads to Dependence-A Pharmacological Perspective How Stimulants Affect the Brain and Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorders How Stimulants Affect the Brain and Treatment for Stimulant Use Disorders How to Identify Suicidal People 8.00 How to Identify Suicidal People 8.00 Identification, Screening, and Assessment (TIP 26, Chapter 4) Page 26 of 254

27 Provider Course Tot.. Specific. Information You Need to Know (TIP 50, Part 1-Chapter 1) From Addressing Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors in Substance Abuse Treatment Information You Need to Know (TIP 52) From Clinical SV & Prof Development of the SA Counselor Information You Need to Know (TIP 52, Part 1-Chapter 1) From Clinical and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor. Information You Need to Know (Tip 52, Part 1-Chapter 1). From Clinical supervision and Professional Development of the Substance Abuse Counselor Inhalant Abuse Inhalant Abuse Integraing Services for Justice Involved Persons with urring Disorders Integraing Services for Justice Involved Persons with urring Disorders Integrating the 12 Steps into Addiction Therapy Integrating the 12 Steps into Addiction Therapy Intensive Outpatient Treatment Approaches (TIP 47, Chapter 8) Intervention Strategies for Offenders with urring Disorders Page 27 of 254

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