Trainings

Foundations in Working with Psychosis

In Person Training

24

February

Addresses understanding the symptoms of psychosis, and focuses a therapeutic approach that is can be used alongside the medical medication-management model. The curricula looks at psychosis holistically in addressing symptom management, healthy coping skills and integration of the self. CBT methods are introduced and covered as key principles in helping a person to reframe thinking and live a life of wellness and recovery. Relapse prevention with regard to psychosis is addressed, and resources are provided, including Hearing Voices groups, the Open Dialogue approach and First Episode Psychosis programs. Learning objectives include understanding the nature and prevalence of psychosis. Understanding and recognizing signs and symptoms. Developing tools to engage people experiencing psychosis in an effective and constructive way, including utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy principles alongside the medical/medication management model. Understanding and implementing relapse prevention strategies. Introduction to resources and programming that recognize the need to treat the whole person with a recovery oriented, person-centered approach. This course is has been approved for CEUs by the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners, NV19-1021CE.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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The Willow and the Oak: New Twists on Ancient Arts in Recover...

In Person Training

28

February

The mental health and addiction (MHA) treatment field is starting to acknowledge the ways in which some ancient healing arts can be helpful to their clients. For example, mindfulness and yoga, pillars of the mind-body-spirit orientation to health, are now frequently incorporated into recovery practices. Self-help orientations are broadening to incorporate Refuge Recovery and Wellbriety along with the more traditional 12-step type meetings. As clients seek enhanced pathways to sustaining their recovery it is critical that MHA practitioners understand, refer, and be trained in how to utilize appropriate alternative activities and therapies. Moderated by two of Northern Nevada’s ancient art proponents, guest teachers who specialize in various complementary treatments will introduce tools and practices that can augment traditional strategies. With Yoga, Mindfulness, and Energy Medicine as the core foundation, the workshop will include opportunities to better understand such treatments as Reiki, Functional Neurology, CMS, Neurofeedback, Acupuncture, Matrix Reimprinting, IBP, IFS, EMDR, and more. The workshop will also highlight EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) and MBRP (Mindfulness-based Recovery Protection,) and emphasize the importance of incorporating these additional treatments within a trauma-infused approach when assisting clients in their long-term wellbeing.

Moana Nursery, 1100 West Moana Lane, Reno, NV 89509
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Foundations in Working with Psychosis

In Person Training

02

March

Addresses understanding the symptoms of psychosis, and focuses a therapeutic approach that is can be used alongside the medical medication-management model. The curricula looks at psychosis holistically in addressing symptom management, healthy coping skills and integration of the self. CBT methods are introduced and covered as key principles in helping a person to reframe thinking and live a life of wellness and recovery. Relapse prevention with regard to psychosis is addressed, and resources are provided, including Hearing Voices groups, the Open Dialogue approach and First Episode Psychosis programs. Learning objectives include understanding the nature and prevalence of psychosis. Understanding and recognizing signs and symptoms. Developing tools to engage people experiencing psychosis in an effective and constructive way, including utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy principles alongside the medical/medication management model. Understanding and implementing relapse prevention strategies. Introduction to resources and programming that recognize the need to treat the whole person with a recovery oriented, person-centered approach.This course is has been approved for CEUs by the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners, NV19-1021CE.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
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Clinical Supervision Refresher Special Topics: Ethics and Cli...

In Person Training

03

March

A brief summary of statutory requirements (NRS 641), regulations (NAC 641), and professional ethics applicable to Psychologists, Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Clinical Social Workers and Supervisors will provide a foundation. Advanced ethical concepts, standards and vulnerabilities that could result in breaches will be explored. Client centered solutions for enhancing the therapeutic alliance, maintaining professional boundaries, engaging mandated clients, eliciting goals in which clients are invested, and respecting cultural and socioeconomic influences will frame a discussion of best practice ideas. Case Planning and Neurolinguistic strategies will be illustrated. Evidence-based and practice-based-evidence outcome research will be discussed. Clinicians’ personal barriers to objectivity, such as expectancy bias, will be explained. Frequently overlooked statutory requirements for informed consent, release of information and related forms, court orders, and client protections will be identified. In order to promote awareness and applicability of legal and ethical standards, we will discuss scenarios derived from substantiated complaints against clinicians and supervisors. Note: This workshop will satisfy the requirements for renewing Drug and Alcohol Clinical Supervisors in Nevada. It will also provide three (3) CEUs in ethics. Note: This course is PENDING approval for CEUs by the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Helping Clients with Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder

In Person Training

05

March

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD) as an impulse control disorder for the ICD-11. Clients seeking help for CSBD exhibit characteristics similar to what has been labeled “behavioral addictions” including 1) diminished control over sexual thoughts, urges, and behavior, 2) significant consequences and distress related to sexual behavior, 3) multiple unsuccessful attempts to reduce or stop compulsive sexual behavior. This presentation will discuss assessment, common associated features, and treatment of CSBD. The most up-to-date research on CSBD will be discussed with a focus on clinical applications of findings in the social science literature. Finally, providers will learn how to do a differential diagnostic evaluation from other sexual behavior problems such as the non-consensual behaviors often associated with the #MeToo movement.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Helping Clients with Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder

In Person Training

06

March

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD) as an impulse control disorder for the ICD-11. Clients seeking help for CSBD exhibit characteristics similar to what has been labeled “behavioral addictions” including 1) diminished control over sexual thoughts, urges, and behavior, 2) significant consequences and distress related to sexual behavior, 3) multiple unsuccessful attempts to reduce or stop compulsive sexual behavior. This presentation will discuss assessment, common associated features, and treatment of CSBD. The most up-to-date research on CSBD will be discussed with a focus on clinical applications of findings in the social science literature. Finally, providers will learn how to do a differential diagnostic evaluation from other sexual behavior problems such as the non-consensual behaviors often associated with the #MeToo movement.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
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Supporting Women in Recovery: A Trauma -Informed Approach to ...

In Person Training

10

March

Women with substance use concerns often experience unique barriers to treatment and specialized needs that go unmet within traditional treatment settings, including: experiences of trauma and intimate partner violence, co-occurring health conditions, increased economic instability, family and parenting needs, medication assisted treatment during pregnancy, and gender-specific risk factors. This trans-inclusive workshop defines what it means for services to be comprehensive, trauma-informed, and gender responsive for women; identifies issues to consider when working with women, including women who are pregnant or parenting; and discusses how to apply gender-responsive care in the delivery of behavioral health treatment and recovery services in order to improve outcomes for women and their families.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Supporting Women in Recovery: A Trauma -Informed Approach to ...

In Person Training

11

March

Women with substance use concerns often experience unique barriers to treatment and specialized needs that go unmet within traditional treatment settings, including: experiences of trauma and intimate partner violence, co-occurring health conditions, increased economic instability, family and parenting needs, medication assisted treatment during pregnancy, and gender-specific risk factors. This trans-inclusive workshop defines what it means for services to be comprehensive, trauma-informed, and gender responsive for women; identifies issues to consider when working with women, including women who are pregnant or parenting; and discusses how to apply gender-responsive care in the delivery of behavioral health treatment and recovery services in order to improve outcomes for women and their families.

College of Southern Nevada, West Charleston Campus, 6375 W. Charleston Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89146, Building I - Library Building
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Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (SAPST): March 16-...

In Person Training

16

March

Grounded in current research and SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework, this foundational training helps practitioners develop the knowledge and skills needed to plan, implement, and evaluate effective, data-driven programs and practices that reduce behavioral health disparities and improve wellness.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Effective Techniques for Handling Conflict

In Person Training

23

March

This training will offer the attendee techniques for handling conflict effectively and creatively by incorporating heightened self-awareness of one’s own conflict style and the styles of others with specific communication skills. These skills are designed to manage or resolve disputes between co-workers, clients and others that may or may not include highly emotive, escalated individuals. This is an interactive workshop that will include lecture, individual and group exercises with group participation highly encouraged by the instructors.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
6

Treating Those Who Serve: Military Cultural Competency

In Person Training

02

April

Establishing cultural competency with Active Duty Military Population, Veterans and their families

Las Vegas, NV
6

Treating Those Who Serve: Military Cultural Competency

In Person Training

03

April

Establishing cultural competency with Active Duty Military Population, Veterans and their families

Reno, NV
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Clinical Supervision for Alcohol and Drug Counselors ONLINE |...

Webinar

08

April

The objectives of the Advanced Clinical Supervision in-person training includes facilitating the development of a personal model of supervision and practicing skills to help shape the delivery of high quality, effective clinical services to those seeking assistance for substance use disorders. This training is aimed at preparing clinical supervisors to observe job performance, provide feedback and coaching, prioritize learning needs, develop achievable learning objectives, and continue monitoring performance to assess effectiveness.

Online
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Confidentiality and HIPAA

In Person Training

13

April

This workshop will cover federal and Nevada​ specific rules of confidentiality with an emphasis on practical solutions to real problems. ​By the end of this training, participants will: understand the proper consent for release of information, be aware of the procedure to respond to a subpoena, ​and understand the important exceptions to the rules. Additionally LADC counselors, social workers and other professionals will understand how to apply their organization’s policy as well as individual policy in their practice. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance. This course is has been approved for CEUs by the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners, NV19-1115CE.

Northern Nevada HOPES Community Room, 580 W 5th St, Reno, NV 89503
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Psychopathology and DSM-5: A Diagnostic Refresher for Clinici...

In Person Training

17

April

The DSM-5 offers a framework for diagnosing mental disorders that helps mental health and medical professionals speak the same language when coordinating comprehensive care for clients. This course will review the major diagnostic categories in the DSM-5 and utilize case reviews to highlight the nuances in the diagnostic process that can help clinicians more clearly assess and accurately diagnose. Note: This workshop is a refresher for Masters-level (and above) clinicians or medical professionals who wish to hone their diagnostic skills and gain a deeper understanding of DSM-5. A basic understanding of mental disorders and the assessment process is a recommended prerequisite.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
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Confidentiality and HIPAA

In Person Training

23

April

This workshop will cover federal and Nevada​ specific rules of confidentiality with an emphasis on practical solutions to real problems. ​By the end of this training, participants will: understand the proper consent for release of information, be aware of the procedure to respond to a subpoena, ​and understand the important exceptions to the rules. Additionally LADC counselors, social workers and other professionals will understand how to apply their organization’s policy as well as individual policy in their practice. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance. This course is has been approved for CEUs by the Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners, NV19-1115CE.

Las Vegas, NV
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How Emotions Influence Addiction Disorders & Counselor Burnou...

In Person Training

24

April

This workshop provides participants with an overview of the recent history and most current theories of emotions, how they are defined, how they influence treatment and how they relate to all addiction disorders. Much of our work will include differentiating emotion from cognition and from behavior. We will also be learning how to incorporate emotion theories, including emotional intelligence, into the treatment of addiction disorders and counselor burnout.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Advanced Motivational Interviewing

In Person Training

08

May

This one-day Advanced Motivational Interviewing training will provide participants with the opportuniThis one-day Advanced Motivational Interviewing training will provide participants with the opportunity to continue building upon the MI skills covered in the Introduction to MI course. The course will pay particular attention to using MI micro-skills and strategies to elicit change talk and reinforce client commitment. The training will be highly interactive and include several opportunities for practice. At the end of the training participants will be able to: Demonstrate 2-3 strategies for eliciting change talk Identify change talk and reinforce it through the strategic use of the OARS Explore goals and values with clients in a way that will enhance motivation for change Identify ways to use Motivational Interviewing in a group setting Conduct a MI change planning sessionty to continue building upon the MI skills covered in th...

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Lying and Running Stop Signs: Addressing Stigma and Overwork ...

Webinar

12

May

As people working for mission-driven organizations, we are deeply committed to providing whole-person care to those we serve. Sometimes our organization’s norms and practices, in relation to its own employees, are barriers to success. This webinar will discuss what is most important for whole-employee culture, and how we can influence our organization in these areas.

Online
1.5

Aging & Addiction

In Person Training

15

May

A multidisciplinary overview of factors affecting the identification, intervention and treatment of substance-related and behavioral addictions older adults. Learning Objectives: Participants will be able to identify risk and protective factors relevant to addictions among the aging across bio-psycho-social domains. Participants will be able to describe the process, progression, treatment, and recovery from addictive disorders for the aging population. Participants will be able to identify prevention and intervention strategies and trends relevant to addiction and the aging.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Advanced Motivational Interviewing

In Person Training

18

May

This one-day Advanced Motivational Interviewing training will provide participants with the opportuniThis one-day Advanced Motivational Interviewing training will provide participants with the opportunity to continue building upon the MI skills covered in the Introduction to MI course. The course will pay particular attention to using MI micro-skills and strategies to elicit change talk and reinforce client commitment. The training will be highly interactive and include several opportunities for practice. At the end of the training participants will be able to: Demonstrate 2-3 strategies for eliciting change talk Identify change talk and reinforce it through the strategic use of the OARS Explore goals and values with clients in a way that will enhance motivation for change Identify ways to use Motivational Interviewing in a group setting Conduct a MI change planning sessionty to continue building upon the MI skills covered in th...

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
6

Psychopathology and DSM-5: A Diagnostic Refresher for Clinici...

In Person Training

21

May

The DSM-5 offers a framework for diagnosing mental disorders that helps mental health and medical professionals speak the same language when coordinating comprehensive care for clients. This course will review the major diagnostic categories in the DSM-5 and utilize case reviews to highlight the nuances in the diagnostic process that can help clinicians more clearly assess and accurately diagnose. Note: This workshop is a refresher for Masters-level (and above) clinicians or medical professionals who wish to hone their diagnostic skills and gain a deeper understanding of DSM-5. A basic understanding of mental disorders and the assessment process is a recommended prerequisite.

UNR Redfield Campus, 18600 Wedge Parkway, Reno, NV 89511
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Ethics

In Person Training

12

June

Behavioral health professionals face many different and complex ethical issues. Concerns regarding dual relationship, scope of practice, professional conduct, mandatory reporting and other ethical issues frequently arise. In this course, these ethical issues will be discussed in the context of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 641C, AAMFT Code of Ethics and NASW Code of Ethics. The techniques and principles presented in this workshop will benefit social workers, counselors and other behavioral health practitioners.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
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Suicide Assessment

In Person Training

12

June

In the Surgeon General’s 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention: Goals and Objectives for Action she emphasized the importance of instituting “training for all health, mental health, substance abuse and human services professionals concerning suicide risk assessment and recognition, treatment, management, and aftercare interventions.” This workshop is designed to provide a greater understanding of suicide. Objectives: define basic terms related to suicidality; be familiar with suicide-related statistics; describe the phenomenology of suicide; demonstrate understanding of risk and protective factors; understand the link between mental health and substance use diagnoses and suicide; screening questions.

UNR Cooperative Extension Southern Area, 8050 Paradise Road, Las Vegas 89123
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Anger Management

Online Video

Anger is a fundamental human emotion that rarely appears alone. How we think and feel about anger, as well as how we express and respond to it, are the critical issues at hand. If we are to address one emotion, we are better served by addressing all of them and figuring out what they mean to our clients and how they help clients define and live productive lives. This workshop will combine current research with the basics to help behavioral health professionals better understand their clients’ emotional processes, and work more effectively to help clients understand, identify, and make behavioral choices around their experiences of emotions, with anger as a central focus. By the end of this training, participants will: Be able to identify a range of human emotions and their adaptive functions; Develop an understanding of emotions and their relationship to violence, thus identifying various risk factors for violence; Develop an cursory knowledge of other potential causes of violence (e.g., substance use and medical conditions); Learn about different ways to assess for violence, including biopsychosocial information as well as formal assessment instruments; and Develop a range of skills and knowledge related to deescalating and treating anger.

Online
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Child and Adolescent Services Intensity Instrument (CASII) & ...

Online Video

The CASII is a standardized assessment tool that provides a determination of the appropriate level of service intensity needed by a child or adolescent and his or her family. It is unique in its capacity to determine a service intensity need, guide tretment planning, and monitor treatment outcome in all clinical and community-based settings.

Online
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Clinical Supervision Webinar Part I

Online Video

NOTE: THIS WEBINAR IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE TAKEN THE 2-DAY CLINICAL SUPERVISION WORKSHOP. IF YOU HAVE NOT ATTENDED THIS WORKSHOP, THEN YOU DO NOT QUALIFY TO TAKE THIS ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING. This webinar addresses competencies for clinical supervisors, creating development plans, and legal and ethical issues in clinical supervision. This is part one of the series that needs to be taken in order to fulfill the requirements to become/uphold the status of a clinical supervisor.

Online
2

Clinical Supervision Webinar Part II

Online Video

NOTE: THIS WEBINAR IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE TAKEN THE 2-DAY CLINICAL SUPERVISION WORKSHOP. IF YOU HAVE NOT ATTENDED THIS WORKSHOP, THEN YOU DO NOT QUALIFY TO TAKE THIS ONLINE VIDEO TRAINING. This video, focuses on an integrated development model of supervision and provides information on how to incorporate this model into practice. This is part two of the series that needs to be taken in order to fulfill the requirements to become/uphold the status of a clinical supervisor.

Online
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Communicable Diseases

Online Video

The purpose of this training is to help peer specialists understand their role in effectively supporting their clients living with communicable diseases. This training will inform peer specialists about high-risk health conditions associated with substance use disorders, special considerations when working with clients who have been diagnosed with a communicable disease, and their role in supporting these clients. In addition, this training will equip peer specialists with appropriate resources to which they can refer their clients when additional support is warranted.

Online
1

Compassion Fatigue for Community Health Workers and Peer Supp...

Online Video

Participants will identify the symptoms of burn-out, compassion fatigue, and secondary trauma, assess personal functioning, and review self-care skills to ensure greater resilience. Attendees will leave with practical skills to apply to their professional and personal lives to prepare for continued service to the community and peers.

Online
1.5

Compassion Fatigue: Survival of the Caregiver

Online Video

This training will explore the beauty and pain that may come with being a caregiver. It will investigate compassion fatigue, as well as compassion satisfaction, and provide practical tools to build caregiver awareness, self-compassion, and psychological flexibility as they choose a life of service to others. This training was brought to you by the Mountain Plains ATTC and CASAT Training.

Online
1.5

Confidentiality and HIPAA - 3 CEHs

Online Video

This workshop will cover federal and Nevada​ specific rules of confidentiality with an emphasis on practical solutions to real problems. ​By the end of this training, participants will: understand the proper consent for release of information, be aware of the procedure to respond to a subpoena, ​and understand the important exceptions to the rules. Additionally LADC counselors, social workers and other professionals will understand how to apply their organization’s policy as well as individual policy in their practice. This training has also been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.

Online
3

Confidentiality and HIPAA - 6 CEHs

Online Video

Who can you tell and when? Who must you tell and when? This workshop will cover federal and Nevada rules of confidentiality with an emphasis on practical solutions to real problems. Topics will include: what is a proper consent for release of information, how to respond to a subpoena, exceptions to the rules, and child and elder abuse reporting requirements. Note: This course is required for interns as well as for licensed or certified counselors who are renewing their license or certificate.

Online
6

Confidentiality and HIPAA and 42 CFR Updates

Online Video

Confidentiality and HIPAA and 42 CFR Updates

Online
2

Co-Occurring 101 for Community Health workers and Peer Recove...

Online Video

This workshop is designed for Community Health Workers (CHW) and Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS). In this workshop participants will be presented with an introduction of co-occurring disorders, the prevalence and demographics and the types of disorders that are more frequently co-occurring with substance use disorders. Participants will also learn about evidence-based practices in the treatment of co-occurring disorders.

Online
1.5

Crossing Professional Boundaries for Rural and Frontier

Online Video

Behavioral health professionals often cross professional boundaries because they fail to recognize the boundaries as they arise, or fail to realize the impact of crossing those boundaries. At the conclusion of this workshop clinicians will be able to: identify professional boundaries in the clinician/client relationship, understand the consequences of crossing boundaries that lead to ethical violations, evaluate relationships on multiple levels to avoid crossing boundaries, understand the pitfalls of bartering arrangements, and understand the risks of working with clients that are family or friends. Through an examination of case studies, we’ll discover how to distinguish the line between crossing professional boundaries and sound practice.

Online
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Cultural Diversity in Native American Country: Addiction, Tra...

Online Video

This course will discuss cultural diversity in Native Country and will address gambling, drugs, alcohol, and other addictions from a historical and clinical perspective. Clinical issues concerning generational trauma and behavior that have a large impact on sexual violence and trauma that have been suppressed by all genders. Additional focus will be on the current #MeToo movement and identifying ways to create solutions and strengthen advocacy. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.

Online
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Discovering Pathways to Recovery

Online Video

The addiction recovery climate is changing quickly. Over the last few years, the Office of National Drug Control Policy, which has helped bring recovery support to the front lines has recognized the need and focus of recovery. In this webinar we will discuss the changes that have been made, the current recovery climate, and the direction it is headed.

Online
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Domestic Violence

Online Video

Interpersonal violence has affected many women and children. When love and life have been jaded by a violent history, relational and personal healing is critical to those traversing the road of recovery. Focusing on the connections between addiction and gender violence, this workshop will address how to move an addicted survivor from a path of just coping to one of personal empowerment and family engagement. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.

Online
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DSM-5

Online Video

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) 5 is the standard classification of mental disorders used by mental health professionals in the United States. It is essential that all clinicians become proficient in the use of this critical guide. At the conclusion of the workshop participants will have a working knowledge of: • Case Formulation • Criterion for Clinical Significance • Diagnostic Criteria and Descriptors • Subtypes and Specifiers • Principle Diagnosis • Provisional Diagnosis • Coding and Reporting Procedures • Highlights of Changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 • Overview of Disorders in theDSM-5 with a focus on Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders, but will also discuss differential diagnosis with other psychiatric disorders in the manual.

Online
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DSM-5 Refresher

Online Video

The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is the standard classification of mental disorders used by mental health professionals in the United States. This training is a refresher for those who have had other trainings on DSM 5. This course may also be appropriate for clinicians with limited experience who would like an overview of the manual. It is essential that all clinicians become proficient in the use of this critical guide. At the conclusion of the workshop participants will have a working knowledge of: • Case Formulation • Differential Diagnosis • Diagnostic Criteria and Descriptors • Subtypes and Specifiers • Principle Diagnosis • Provisional Diagnosis • Coding and Reporting Procedures • Highlights of Changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 • Overview of Disorders in theDSM-5 with a focus on Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders.

Online
1.5

Emergency Preparedness

Online Video

The training will cover the basics of an emergency operations plan (EOP) and the CMS Emergency Preparedness requirements. This class is appropriate for all of our healthcare partners responsible for developing an EOP or complying with CMS Emergency Preparedness requirements.

Online
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Engagement when using Digital Health Technologies

Online Video

This training was brought to you in collaboration with the Pacific Southwest ATTC, the Mountain Plains ATTC, and CASAT training. Building Recovery Capital will showcase digital health technologies related to recovery support services for individuals with substance use disorders, thereby helping behavioral health peer recovery, clinical and administrative staff become familiar with and develop/increase their digital health technology skills.

Online
1.5

Enhancing Outcomes for Reluctant Clients with Challenging Iss...

Online Video

Practice-based evidence and evidence-based practice applications in Mental Health Therapy, Addiction Counseling and Child Welfare Interventions. Efficacious strategies and neurolinguistic approaches for mandated clients; low resource and vulnerable high-risk clients and families; co-occurring disorders; client-families with histories of addiction, abuse and neglect; and clients from the spectrum of cultural and socio-economic backgrounds. Clinical processes include methods to enhance the therapeutic alliance, foster cooperation, build hope, set goals and improve outcomes.

Online
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Ethical Issues for Rural and Frontier Providers

Online Video

Behavioral health professionals face many different and complex ethical issues. Concerns regarding dual relationship, scope of practice, professional conduct, mandatory reporting and other ethical issues frequently arise. In this course, these ethical issues will be discussed in the context of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 641C, NAC 641A-C , AAMFT Code of Ethics and NASW Code of Ethics. The techniques and principles presented in this workshop will benefit social workers, counselors and other behavioral health practitioners.

Online
2

Ethics

Online Video

Behavioral health professionals face many different and complex ethical issues. Concerns regarding dual relationship, scope of practice, professional conduct, mandatory reporting and other ethical issues frequently arise. In this course, these ethical issues will be discussed in the context of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 641C, AAMFT Code of Ethics and NASW Code of Ethics. The techniques and principles presented in this workshop will benefit social workers, counselors and other behavioral health practitioners.

Online
4

Ethics for Marriage and Family Therapists (MFTs)

Online Video

In this course, participants will discuss and practice resolving these and other ethical issues within the contact of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative code (9NAC) 641C. These standards also will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health practitioners and professional groups. This workshop includes the ethical code for Marriage and Family Counselors (MFT's). This workshop also includes the ethical code for licensed and certified alcohol and drug counselors, along with a review of NAADAC's ethical code.

Online
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Ethics in Behavioral Health

Online Video

Alcohol and other drug treatment providers face many different and complex ethical issues. Concerns regarding dual relationship, scope of practice, and professional conduct frequently arise. In this course, these and other ethical issues will be discussed in the context of the ethical standards in the Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 641C. These standards will be compared to the ethical standards of other mental health professional groups. This workshop includes the ethical code for licensed and certified alcohol and drug counselors.

Online
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Foundations in Co-Occurring Disorders

Online Video

This training will provide essential information about new developments in the rapidly growing field of co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders. Providers will be introduced to terminology, assessment and treatment strategies and models. This training will also provide participants with foundational knowledge on evidence-based practices in behavioral health specifically designed for use by mental health professionals to assist them in enhancing their professional skills and abilities to address the needs of individuals with co-occurring disorders. The training will be based on the Treatment Improvement Protocol 42-Substance Abuse Treatment for Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders with a special emphasis on translating knowledge into your clinical practice. To support implementation and integration into practice, this training will be conducted as a series.

Online
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How to Become a Substance Abuse Counselor in Nevada

Online Video

This webinar will review the steps you need to take in the State of Nevada to become a certified or licensed drug and alcohol counselor regardless of level of education or where you come from geographically. We will start with folks with absolutely no college credits and work our way up to someone with a PhD and everyone in between including folks with lived criminal justice experience and the nuances for the Native American population. Please join us for an informative two hour journey into the world of NAC 641C. This step-by-step guide will ease the confusion many folks feel when they go to apply for certification or licensure. No matter your level of education, there is no wrong door into the profession for those who are committed and passionate about working with people with substance use disorders. We hope you will join us and we look forward to being your guide!

Online
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How To Write a Recovery Friendly Workplace Policy Training

Online Video

How to Write a Recovery Friendly Workplace Policy and Implementation of Criteria that supports a Recovery Friendly Workplace: This presentation will provide guidance and examples for writing policies that support a Recovery-Friendly Workplace. Policies will be reviewed and strategies shared to support and encourage employees to seek help and maintain employment. This training will also address gambling and mental health issues and strategies that support employees to get the best care possible.

Online
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Implementing Digital Health Technologies Into Your World

Online Video

This training was brought to you in collaboration with the Pacific Southwest ATTC, the Mountain Plains ATTC, and CASAT training. Building Recovery Capital will showcase digital health technologies related to recovery support services for individuals with substance use disorders, thereby helping behavioral health peer recovery, clinical and administrative staff become familiar with and develop/increase their digital health technology skills.

Online
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Improving MAT Access and Quality Through Collaborative Care: ...

Online Video

Medication assisted treatments (MAT) enhance opioid use disorder treatment efficacy, yet remain underutilized. Opioid treatment programs (OTPs) can now dispense buprenorphine or naltrexone as well as methadone. Collaboration between OTPs and office-based buprenorphine (OBB) prescribers constitutes a cohesive model providing access to comprehensive services, and encouraging MAT prescribing. During this webinar Dr. Stoller will focus on a model of care he coined “Collaborative Opioid Prescribing (CoOP),” linking OTP expertise with OBB prescribers. The OTP provides assessment, buprenorphine induction, and counseling, while OBB physicians provide ongoing buprenorphine prescribing and somatic or psychiatric care. An adaptive stepped care model adjusts counseling intensity and medication parameters (OBB prescription vs. OTP dispensing; duration of prescriptions). Supporting OBB providers in this manner may encourage MAT provision and access, while concurrently improving treatment outcome. Providing a broad spectrum of medical, social, and recovery services through coordinated care can enhance health outcomes and address unmet patient needs.

Online
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LOCUS Training

Online Video

Level of Care Utilization System (LOCUS)

Online
1.5

MAT Medication Assisted Therapy

Online Video

The purpose of this Webinar is to provide participants with a brief overview of medications that have been shown to be effective as a component of the treatment of alcohol and opioid addiction. Topics will include: the context for medication-assisted treatment (positive and negative perceptions), the epidemiology and user demographics of the alcohol and opioid problem, a review of alcohol and the various classes of opioids, an overview of each medication, its indication, to whom it is administered, and how it works, and treatment settings for medication-assisted treatment. Medications will include: acamprosate, naltrexone, methadone, and buprenorphine. Time will be provided for discussion and questions. At the end of the MAT Webinar, participants will be able to: Describe at least three (3) acute and chronic effects of alcohol and opioids. Describe the prevalence of and key populations impacted by alcohol and opioid use, abuse, and dependence. Provide examples of at least three (3) medications that are available to treat alcohol and opioid addiction.

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Mental Health Crisis Law (72 Hour Hold Updates)

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Mental Health Crisis Law (72 Hour Hold Updates)

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Methamphetamine and It's Impact on Brain and Behavior: Best P...

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The purpose of this online training is to provide participants with information about methamphetamine and its impact on the user's brain, body, and behavior. The mental health and physical health consequences of methamphetamine use will be presented, including the cognitive impact of methamphetamine use. The presentation will conclude with a discussion on how to implement effective behavioral treatment interventions with people who use methamphetamine, and the necessary adaptations needed to engage and retain people in care. Specific topics will include: (1) the scope of methamphetamine use from a local, regional, and national perspective; (2) methamphetamine and the brain and its impact on cognition; (3) methamphetamine and psychosis/psychiatric co-morbidity; (4) short- and long-term health consequences; (5) the methamphetamine-HIV link; (6) effective, evidence-based behavioral treatments for people with a stimulant use disorder; and (7) methamphetamine treatment outcomes.

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Mindfulness and it's Role in Recovery

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Mindfulness is on a tipping point and being widely talked about by scientists, doctors, and celebrities. There are many benefits of practicing mindfulness, and research that supports its usefulness in long-term recovery; but there are important factors that must be addressed in order for this practice to be helpful rather than harmful. This workshop will describe mindfulness, the neuroscience that supports its use, participant screening, instructor qualifications, program resources and other modifications that should be considered in order to have a positive impact in recovery.

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Multi-Cultural Awareness

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Developing cultural competence requires examining biases and prejudices and developing cross-cultural skills. Cultural competence requires that social workers, counselors, other practitioners and organizations have a defined set of values and principles, and demonstrate behaviors, attitudes, policies, and structures that enable them to work effectively cross-culturally. The course will discuss DSM-5’s cultural principles, including “Cultural Syndrome”, as well as gender and cross-cultural issues to be considered in diagnosis. The course will also review the (evidence based) Cultural Formation Interview (CFI), a semi-structured interview composed of 16 questions to assess cultural factors using a person-centered approach. This training can help social workers, clinicians and others avoid misdiagnosis, obtain clinically useful information, improve clinical rapport, and assess cultural epidemiology.

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Naloxone/Narcan Administration Training for Law Enforcement

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Upon completion of the Naloxone/Narcan Administration Training for Law Enforcement participants should be able to: Understand pain and how opioids work in the body; Explain how to recognize and respond to an opioid overdose; Understand the role of naloxone in an opioid overdose and how it can prevent an overdose death; and Demonstrate how to use the various formulations of naloxone.

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Nevada Law

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Do you deal with members of the criminal justice system professionally, but you have little idea as to the limits of what you can ask and the relative limits of their authority? Learn about the different levels of the justice system as it applies to addictions and counseling. Topics will include sentence structures, community based corrections, understanding the NRS, and the limits of court authority.

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New Ethical Dilemmas in the Digital Age: Telehealth Technolog...

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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.

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Opioid Management, Medication Assisted Treatment

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The primary goal of this training package is to create awareness about Buprenorphine and other Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) approaches among multidisciplinary addiction professionals. The materials include information designed to increase motivation for bringing Buprenorphine and other MAT approaches to local communities, as well as information about what to expect when someone is treated with these medications. Additionally, materials discuss legislation that permits office-based Buprenorphine treatment, the science of addiction, the mechanism of Buprenorphine, patient selection issues, and various patient, counseling, and therapeutic issues.

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Overdose Education and Naloxone Distribution to Prevent Fatal...

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By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to: Describe basic trends in opioid overdose death rates at the national and local level; Identify factors that elevate patients’/clients' risk for opioid overdose; Understand how overdose education/naloxone distribution programs impact health outcomes; Develop a preliminary plan for integrating overdose education into existing services.

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Overview of ASAM Criteria for the Management of Client Care -...

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Treatment providers and program evaluators use patient placement criteria to ensure that clients are placed in the appropriate level of care. This video will provide an overview of The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria, 3rd Edition for clients with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Participants will learn to appropriately apply the admission, continued service and transfer/discharge criteria for adolescents and adults. The ASAM Criteria utilizes six dimensions to form a broad assessment, which in turn provides information for service and treatment planning across all levels of care. Participants will learn to assess mild, moderate, and severe effects of substance use on each dimension as it relates to placement criteria.

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Overview of ASAM Criteria for the Management of Client Care -...

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Treatment providers and program evaluators use patient placement criteria to ensure that clients are placed in the appropriate level of care. This video will provide an overview of The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria, 3rd Edition for clients with substance use and co-occurring disorders. Participants will learn to appropriately apply the admission, continued service and transfer/discharge criteria for adolescents and adults. The ASAM Criteria utilizes six dimensions to form a broad assessment, which in turn provides information for service and treatment planning across all levels of care. Participants will learn to assess mild, moderate, and severe effects of substance use on each dimension as it relates to placement criteria.

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Overview of Privacy & Security as it relates to Digital Healt...

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This training was brought to you in collaboration with the Pacific Southwest ATTC, the Mountain Plains ATTC, and CASAT training. Building Recovery Capital will showcase digital health technologies related to recovery support services for individuals with substance use disorders, thereby helping behavioral health peer recovery, clinical and administrative staff become familiar with and develop/increase their digital health technology skills.

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Peer Recovery Support Specialist Ethics

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A brief overview of Ethical practice guidelines for Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS).

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Peers in the Workplace

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This training assists the supervisor and agency with understanding the scope of peer support and how to best utilize peer support specialist in their practice.

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Prescription Drug Abuse

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The online video training will look at the scope of prescription drug abuse in the United States and demonstrate how the abuse problem is deeply rooted in our culture. We'll look at the many legal, societal and educational obstacles to finding a remedy to the drug abuse epidemic.

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Psychiatric Advance Directives (PADS): Research and Regulatio...

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Psychiatric Advance Directives (PADS): Research and Regulations Review Learning objectives:Examine utility of psychiatric advance directives in clinical practice; Understand the scope of preferences that patients can specify in psychiatric advance directives; and Recognize obligations of and immunities granted to the health care staff under NRS 449A.600 – 449A.645.

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Responding to Individuals with Intellectual and or Developmen...

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This training is designed for firefighters,EMTs/Paramedics, and law enforcement personnel and includes guidance on how to identify characteristics or behaviors of people with disabilities and best practices to respond to those individuals. This training is provided by the Washoe County Health District for first responders working with persons with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities. This publication is supported by the Nevada Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities through grant funds though the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Administration for Children and Families CFDA #93.630. The contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the NGCDD or Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. This training has been approved for Continuing Education Credit (CEU) for fire/EMS personnel through REMSA's education department. Please allow 30 days from completion of training to receive your CEU certificate from the REMSA Training Center.

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Serving Veterans and Members of the Military

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Serving Veterans and Members of the Military is a look at the different resources options for those who treat service members.

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Signs and Symptoms of Substance Use, Gambling and Mental Heal...

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Signs and Symptoms of Substance Use, Gambling and Mental Health Issues: Provide participants with an understanding of issues related to substance use, gambling and mental illness. Emphasis should be on identifying signs and symptoms of substance use, problematic substance use, gambling and mental illness and how these symptoms can interact with one another. Additionally, strategies should be discussed regarding how to effectively engage an employee to seek help when these issues are negatively impacting work performance.

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Stress Management and Wellness

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This training is part of a series in the recovery friendly workplace Training Series. Stress in the workplace and in the home can significantly impact an individual’s sense of well-being and negatively impact productivity. This training should provide participants with an understanding on how to identify and monitor when stress is impacting a person’s well-being and productivity at home and at work. Additionally, this training should assist participants in developing a wellness plan that considers stress management skills, sleep, diet and exercise.

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Substance Use, HIV, and Youth: What Clinicians Need to Know

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This training provides clinicians (including therapists and social workers, and counselors, specialists, and case managers) with a detailed overview of substance abuse and HIV among youth. The curriculum reviews important epidemiological data focused on adolescent substance use trends and HIV prevalence; reviews standardized screening and assessment techniques to support the move to improve treatment effectiveness; and concludes with evidence‐based and promising clinical strategies.

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Suicide Prevention Competencies

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This training will consider basic strategies in addressing suicidal thoughts and behaviors, techniques for assessing suicidal ideation and considerations for best practices in responding to these unique situations. In addition we will evaluate how suicide may or may not have impacted us personally and the role that plays in our practice. Objectives: Participants will consider intentional practices when working with all clients, unique suicide risk factors for specific populations and the potential impact of specific life events as a risk factor. Participants will become aware of the annual number of suicides and the impact on society and others. Participants will review and/or be introduced to common assessment tools. Participants will consider and review effective response strategies when suicide risk factors are identified.

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Suicide Screening and Referral

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In this training we will explore the impact of suicide across the lifespan and cultures, evidence based risk and protective factors and risk assessment. This will include coordination of services, and a review of how and when steps must be taken to refer suicidal persons and how to make the appropriate referrals. This workshop is appropriate for anyone working in a helping profession, including teachers and medical professionals.

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Supervisory & Manager Training Recovery Friendly Workplace

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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.

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Supported Employment and DETR

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A guideline for using Nevada Vocational Rehabilitation resources to assist clients with employment resources.

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Supporting Women in Recovery: A Trauma -Informed Approach to ...

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This training is co-sponsored by the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma and Mental Health. http://www.nationalcenterdvtraumamh.org/ Women with substance use concerns often experience unique barriers to treatment and specialized needs that go unmet within traditional treatment settings, including: experiences of trauma and intimate partner violence, co-occurring health conditions, increased economic instability, family and parenting needs, medication assisted treatment during pregnancy, and gender-specific risk factors. This trans-inclusive webinar defines what it means for services to be comprehensive, trauma-informed, and gender responsive for women; identifies issues to consider when working with women, including women who are pregnant or parenting; and discusses how to apply gender-responsive care in the delivery of behavioral health treatment and recovery services in order to improve outcomes for women and their families.

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Technology-Based Interventions: Exploring New Models of Care ...

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This training has been brought to you because of a co-sponsorship with the Pacific Southwest ATTC. To learn more about the Pacific Southwest ATTC visit their website at https://attcnetwork.org/centers/pacific-southwest-attc/home. Course Description: Although behavioral health services are considered an essential healthcare benefit, access to services is often hindered, especially in frontier and rural areas. One approach to bridging this gap has emerged as a result of advances in technology and increased availability of and access to the Internet. Using technology-based interventions to deliver behavioral health services, including substance use disorders treatment and recovery support, is impacting how behavioral health professionals deliver treatment services and what constitutes typical standards of care. However, these growing trends towards using technology-based interventions to deliver behavioral health services raises specific practice concerns that agency administrators and staff need to take into consideration. This two-part training series will first introduce technology-based interventions related to substance use disorders and then dig deeper into ethical considerations for professionals in the behavioral health field. Note: This training includes 3 hours of Ethics training.

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Teen Addiction: Gambling, Drugs, and Mental Health

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Underage gambling generally presents as dually-addicted, multiple-diagnoses, with issues ranging from depression or anger to getting caught with alcohol or cigarettes. This webinar will address "gamers and texters" along with ATOD and mentally ill youth, and will address prevention and wrap-around service suggestions for behavioral health professionals encountering the issues affecting teens in their practices and agencies.

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The Science and Practice of Treating Pregnant Women with Opio...

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Opioid use disorder (OUD)in the US continues to rise, including among women of childbearing age. Pregnant women with opioid use disorder face many barriers to care, including stigma, limited access to treatment, and fear of legal consequences. The speaker will cover the science and best practices in treating pregnant women with OUD and their infants, as well as a panel focused on case review and discussion. Educational Objectives:Opioid use disorder (OUD)in the US continues to rise, including among women of childbearing age. Pregnant women with opioid use disorder face many barriers to care, including stigma, limited access to treatment, and fear of legal consequences. The speaker will cover the science and best practices in treating pregnant women with OUD and their infants, as well as a panel focused on case review and discussion. Educational Objectives: 1. Evaluate three research-based practices to treat pregnant women with opioid use disorder 2. Recognize barriers that may impede care for pregnant women with OUD 3. Summarize three signs of neonatal abstinence syndrome in opioid-exposed infants

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Tracking the clues to your patient's diagnosis

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Upon completion of this training participants should be able to: Describe the use of the provisional diagnosis in patient assessment; Explore the impact of medical conditions on mental health symptoms; and Identify symptoms associated with commonly used substances.

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Trauma and First Responders

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In the last few years, more firefights and police officers have died by suicide than in the line of duty. Indeed, it is also believed that the numbers of reported suicides for first responders are usually underestimated. This workshop will explore the phenomenon of First Responder suicide including causes/conditions and learn what is being done to prevent suicide in this vulnerable population. Additionally, resources for peers, family members, and professionals will be investigated with attendees to help them take an active role in providing support to the First Responders in their lives.

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Trauma Informed Care

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Trauma Informed Care is a necessary skill set for clinicians of every licensing level and administrators across the mental health spectrum. This workshop will help attendees to understand how patients are impacted by prior trauma no matter how they present for treatment, learn the gender discrepancies in trauma, outline service necessities for trauma survivors, explore some program examples, and review ethical considerations for clinicians. Each participant should gain a more focused and systematic approach to assessing need and providing more sensitive trauma-informed care.

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Trauma Informed Response to Sexual Assault

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This workshop will look at effective responses to sexual assault, taking into consideration the emotional and physical reactions the client may have to the assault. At the conclusion of the workshop, participants will be able to: understand the victim centered approach, learn alternative reporting options, review Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) techniques, gain knowledge of serial perpetration. This training is appropriate for substance abuse counselors, MFTs, social workers, nurses and other behavioral health practitioners. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.

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Trauma, Partner Violence and Workplace Violence

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Trauma, domestic and workplace violence are concerns for everyone. We work alongside co-workers and friends that are struggling with these issues. This training should provide participants with an understanding of signs and symptoms related to violence and how to engage co-workers and friends on getting help. Additionally, this training should discuss strategies on how to manage potentially dangerous situations we may encounter in the home or at work. Note: This training has been approved for Domestic Violence CEUs by the Division of Public and Behavioral Health Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance.

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Treatment Planning MATRS

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Clinicians will learn how to develop treatment plans that are client centered, based on a comprehensive assessment. Skills will build on creating goals that are related to client improved functioning utilizing the DSM 5 and other tools as the foundation for client goal development. Documenting of client objectives (action steps) and provider interventions will also be addressed.

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Treatment Planning Part 1

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This recorded webinar is Part 1 of a 2-part training related to treatment planning. Clinicians will learn how to develop treatment plans that are client centered, based on a comprehensive assessment. Skills will build on creating goals that are related to client improved functioning utilizing the DSM 5 and other tools as the foundation for client goal development. Documenting of client objectives (action steps) and provider interventions will also be addressed.

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Treatment Planning Part 2

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This recorded webinar is Part 2 of a 2-part training. Clinicians will learn how to develop treatment plans that are client centered, based on a comprehensive assessment. Skills will build on creating goals that are related to client improved functioning utilizing the DSM 5 and other tools as the foundation for client goal development. Documenting of client objectives (action steps) and provider interventions will also be addressed.

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Unseen Powers: The Critical Forces of Transference and Counte...

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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.

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Wellness Recovery Planning for PRSS

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A brief overview of Wellness Recovery Planning for Peers working as Peer Recovery Support Specialists (PRSS).

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What are Digital Health Technologies and How do they Work?

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This training was brought to you in collaboration with the Pacific Southwest ATTC, the Mountain Plains ATTC, and CASAT training. Building Recovery Capital will showcase digital health technologies related to recovery support services for individuals with substance use disorders, thereby helping behavioral health peer recovery, clinical and administrative staff become familiar with and develop/increase their digital health technology skills.

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