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Today's Webinar: Neurocounseling: Bridging the Recovery Gap
Wed, November 8, 2017 @ 3:00 - 4:00 pm ET (2 CT/1 MT/12 PT)
Presented by Christine Chasek, Ph.D., LIMHP, LADC, MAC, LPC, this webinar will cover the basics of neurocounseling and highlight two interventions that addiction counselors can use in their practice. Neurocounseling is a relatively new approach in addiction treatment that has been shown to be effective for a variety of addiction-related issues including recovery management and relapse prevention. Addiction counselors can help clients bridge the gap between brain and behavior by becoming “brain-wise” and using neurocounseling interventions that target recovery and relapse prevention.
The new report delves further into the high turnover rates reported in the 2012, which add to provider training and recruitment costs and potentially threaten the quality of care received by clients entering SUD treatment, and examines recruitment and retention methods.
With this new policy, CMS’s main goal is to improve access to treatment by requiring less upfront administrative process barriers for approvals of state initiatives. This is a significant step to help states address the immediate treatment needs of individuals and families as well as providers that are on ground zero of the opioid crisis.
Adolescent SBIRT Curriculum Available – Apply Today!
Apply today to receive FREE access to the adolescent screening, brief intervention, and referral to treatment (SBIRT) curriculum for nursing, social work, and inter-professional education programs.
The Adolescent SBIRT Curriculum designed by NORC at the University of Chicago and its partners, includes a Learner’s Guide, slide deck, an online simulation program, and many other resources to help educators seamlessly implement adolescent SBIRT training into their programs.
The RFA is open to educators and trainers of associate, baccalaureate, master's and/or doctoral level students. Participants will receive FREE access to adolescent SBIRT training materials and to the online SBI with Adolescents simulation (access to the simulation ends 12/31/17).
There are still spots available, but the program ends December 31, 2017. Apply today!
NAADAC members and non-members are invited to submit presentation proposals for 1.5 hour breakout sessions. NAADAC encourages young investigators, researchers, and addiction and co-occurring professionals from diverse organizations and disciplines to submit.
The National Certificate in Tobacco Treatment Practice (NCTTP) was created to standardize and unify tobacco competencies, knowledge, and skills on a national level and provides national, unified recognition of professionals who obtain this prestigious certificate. By obtaining the NCTTP, tobacco treatment professionals are demonstrating to employers, third-party payers, and clients their advanced education in evidence-based tobacco competencies, skills, and practice.
To apply for the certificate, candidates must provide evidence of specific education and experience, including successful completion of a CTTTP-accredited Tobacco Treatment Specialist training programand hours of tobacco treatment practice experience following completion of the training. In addition, candidates must be tobacco-free for a minimum of six months and must agree to adhere to the Tobacco Treatment Provider Code of Ethics. A full list of specific eligibility and application requirements can be found on the NCTTP web page.
The initial test-exempt offering of this Certificate will be available until April 15, 2018. Applications postmarked after April 15, 2018 will require successful completion of an examination to be awarded the certificate.
The NMFP-AC and NMFP-BHP each provide tuition stipends of up to $15,000, training, professional guidance, and mentoring to students enrolled in counseling or behavioral health Master's degree programs that include an addiction concentration.
The NAADAC Career Center provides a variety of employment listings at no charge for addiction-focused professionals. If you are looking to find a new career, the NAADAC Career Center can help! Check out our latest listings!