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Tobacco Treatment, Pharmacology, and Clinical Skills Pre-Conference Sessions at the 2019 Annual Conference!

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Tobacco Treatment, Pharmacology, and Clinical Skills Pre-Conference Sessions at the 2019 Annual Conference!


The NAADAC 2019 Annual Conference will feature seven pre-conference sessions on Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 8:30am to 5:00pm. These in-depth all-day sessions will focus on a variety of educational topics vital to the addiction profession. In addition to the previously announced opioid sessions and ethics sessions, full-day sessions on tobacco treatment, pharmacology, and clinical skills will be offered!

Join us in Orlando, FL at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld from September 28 - October 3, 2019 for six days of education, training, networking, and capacity-building with thought leaders in the addiction profession! Earn up to 43 CEs, including up to 7 Ethics CEs from a full-day pre-conference session!
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Updates on Treating Tobacco Dependence – 7 CEs

Presented by Audrey Darville, PhD, APRN, NCTTP, FAANP, Therese Shumaker, MA, NCTTP, James Brawner, MEd, NCTTP, and Jon Ebbert, MD

Presented in partnership with the Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence (ATTUD), this full day training will consist of mini-sessions on the following topics: (1) Tobacco as a Chronic Disease; (2) Pharmacotherapy for Tobacco Dependence; (3) E-Cigarettes; (4) Treating Special Populations - Mental Health/Substance Use/Adolescents; (4) The Four Es of Tobacco Cessation for Homeless Populations; (5) Motivational Strategies; and (6) National Certificate/Certification.

Basics of Addiction Counseling: Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders – 7 CEs

Presented by Deborah Fenton-Nichols, EdD, LPC, LAC

The purpose of this workshop is to introduce addiction counselors and other helping professionals to the study of pharmacology and to increase their familiarity with the signs and symptoms of psychoactive substances. Before pharmacology can be explored, it is important to understand the direct connection between psychoactive substance use, brain functioning, and addiction. This workshop is not intended to make clinicians or service providers experts in pharmacology. However the information presented will provide facts that can assist in the assessment, treatment, and referral of clients.

Clinical Supervision: A Relational and Individualized Approach – 7 CEs

Presented by Thomas Durham, PhD

Effective clinical supervision is a mutual endeavor of clinical oversight and professional growth. It is a process that conceptualizes learning for the counselor that involves much more than monitoring a counselor’s work. This workshop is an overview of NAADAC’s new manual, Clinical Supervision: An Overview of Functions, Processes and Methodology, and will demonstrate the processes of supervision that make it an essential component in effective clinical care. Areas of focus include relational dynamics, individualized approaches, and strength-based competencies – all hallmarks of skill development through evidence-based supervision that ultimately leads to effective client care.
Are you looking for education on a specific topic or to learn something new?

Either way, the NAADAC 2019 Annual Conference has something for you. Click here to learn more about the sessions available.
Don't miss your chance to take advantage of the Early Bird Registration discount for the 2019 Annual Conference! Early Bird Registration ends August 15, 2019 at midnight (EST). Register today and we'll see you in Orlando, FL at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld from September 28 - October 3, 2019!

Please note when booking your hotel: NAADAC has not authorized any outside company to call or email you to solicit conference housing reservations.
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