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Upcoming Trainings

6 CEHs
In Person Training
A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Use Disorder Treatment for LGBT Individuals
Location: UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
1/21/2020

This full-day training is intended for any provider in contact with LGBT individuals, including MH and SUD clinicians, HIV providers, State, Local and County governments employees, Primary care providers, Public health practitioners, Prevention specialists, Community based organizations, School teachers and counselors. The training includes an introduction to key terms and concepts (such as gender identity and sexual orientation), treatment considerations for clinical work, and addressing the specific needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

This full-day training is intended for any provider in contact with LGBT individuals, including MH and SUD clinicians, HIV providers, State, Local and County governments employees, Primary care providers, Public health practitioners, Prevention specialists, Community based organizations, School teachers and counselors. The training includes an introduction to key terms and concepts (such as gender identity and sexual orientation), treatment considerations for clinical work, and addressing the specific needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

6 CEHs
In Person Training
A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Use Disorder Treatment for LGBT Individuals
Location: UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
1/22/2020

This full-day training is intended for any provider in contact with LGBT individuals, including MH and SUD clinicians, HIV providers, State, Local and County governments employees, Primary care providers, Public health practitioners, Prevention specialists, Community based organizations, School teachers and counselors. The training includes an introduction to key terms and concepts (such as gender identity and sexual orientation), treatment considerations for clinical work, and addressing the specific needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

This full-day training is intended for any provider in contact with LGBT individuals, including MH and SUD clinicians, HIV providers, State, Local and County governments employees, Primary care providers, Public health practitioners, Prevention specialists, Community based organizations, School teachers and counselors. The training includes an introduction to key terms and concepts (such as gender identity and sexual orientation), treatment considerations for clinical work, and addressing the specific needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals.

8 CEHs
In Person Training
Basic Skills Training
Location: UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
1/28/2020

This training will focus on the scopes of service for basic skills training (BST). Providers will be taught how to render and apply the service in various settings as well as integrate service provision into treatment plans and properly document in case notes.

This training will focus on the scopes of service for basic skills training (BST). Providers will be taught how to render and apply the service in various settings as well as integrate service provision into treatment plans and properly document in case notes.

Highlighted Resources

1.5 CEHs
Online Video
New Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age: Telehealth Technologies and Treatment
Location: Online
Anytime

To address ethical dilemmas in the current high technology and social media world, this presentation provides an overview of how telehealth technologies can be used to enhance increase access to substance use disorder treatment, including: counselor/client self-disclosure on the Internet; privacy/security; social media policies; clinical supervision; and ethical reasoning.

To address ethical dilemmas in the current high technology and social media world, this presentation provides an overview of how telehealth technologies can be used to enhance increase access to substance use disorder treatment, including: counselor/client self-disclosure on the Internet; privacy/security; social media policies; clinical supervision; and ethical reasoning.

2 CEHs
Online Video
Supervisory & Manager Training Recovery Friendly Workplace
Location: Online
Anytime

Supervisory & Manager Training Recovery Friendly Workplace: This training is part of the Division's internal program to promote a recovery friendly workplace, a way to lead by example.

Supervisory & Manager Training Recovery Friendly Workplace: This training is part of the Division's internal program to promote a recovery friendly workplace, a way to lead by example.

3 CEHs
Online Video
Unseen Powers: The Critical Forces of Transference and Countertransference
Location: Online
Anytime

This course teaches clinicians how to become more aware of transference and countertransference as they play significant roles in psychotherapy and counseling. We are all navigating our relationships based on prior relational experiences, and in the setting of a therapist or counselor's office, this process is accentuated and can provide helpful material with which to work. As a three-hour course, this will seek to accomplish the following objectives: 1. Develop ability to recognize transference and countertransference as factors affecting outcome of treatment. 2. Learn the distinctions between objective and subjective countertransference. 3. Develop ability to identify transference and countertransference in existing cases. 4. Develop discretion on how to address transference and countertransference with client and with one's own therapist or consultants.

This course teaches clinicians how to become more aware of transference and countertransference as they play significant roles in psychotherapy and counseling. We are all navigating our relationships based on prior relational experiences, and in the setting of a therapist or counselor's office, this process is accentuated and can provide helpful material with which to work. As a three-hour course, this will seek to accomplish the following objectives: 1. Develop ability to recognize transference and countertransference as factors affecting outcome of treatment. 2. Learn the distinctions between objective and subjective countertransference. 3. Develop ability to identify transference and countertransference in existing cases. 4. Develop discretion on how to address transference and countertransference with client and with one's own therapist or consultants.