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Class Materials and Resources for Summer School 18
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2018 New England Summer School of Addiction and Prevention Studies

Worcester State University - Worcester, MA - June 4 - 7, 2018


Class Materials and Resource Page

 
Many handouts or other resources for classes and plenary sessions are posted here. Additional materials may be added prior to or after the program.
 
If your class does not have materials posted on this web page, faculty will be bringing them to class, or they may be providing a handout file later for us to post on this web page.
 
The page will remain available after the program, and some additional resources or plenary PowerPoint files may be added.
 
Monday Courses

 

401.M Etiology and Epidemiology of Addiction

410.M Gender Matters!: Responsive Services for Clients with Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disparities Disorders Using SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box

410.M Gender Matters!: Responsive Services for Clients with Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disparities Disorders Using SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box - TOT Activities and Handouts

410.M Gender Matters!: Resources and Strategies to Implement Gender Addressing Health Responsive Services for Clients with Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disparities Disorders Using SAMHSA’s Training Tool Box - Training of Trainer Information

411.M Race, Crime and Criminal Justice

411.M Race, Crime and Criminal Justice - UN Report

421.M Ethics and Liability in Substance Use Disorder Treatment

425.M Depressive Symptoms in Early Recovery

427.M Medication Management and Integrative Treatments for SUD and Behavioral Addictions with Co-occurring Mental Health Disorders 

431.M Working with Sex Offenders in the Community: Integrating Evidence Based Practice

461.M Human Trafficking

464.M The Opioid Crisis: Pharmaceuticals, Heroin and Fentanyl, The Triple 464.M Tragedy. Brain Disease, Medication Assisted Treatment, Overdose and Naloxone, A Review

Tuesday Courses

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - Additional Resources

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - MI

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - The Brain

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - Stages of Change

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - SAMHSA Recovery Pamphlet

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - TIP 35

501.T Understanding Addiction and Guiding People to Recovery - Website Resources

521.T Relationship Detox: Helping Clients Develop Healthy Relationships in Recovery

525.T Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Substance Use Disorders

526.T Practical Approaches to Treatment of Marijuana Use Disorders

526.T Practical Approaches to Treatment of Marijuana Use Disorders - Handouts

526.T Practical Approaches to Treatment of Marijuana Use Disorders - Suggested Reading

527.T Understanding Mental Health Conditions

531.T Connecting Assessment, Treatment Planning, and Criminal Risk Assessment

531.T Connecting Assessment, Treatment Planning, and Criminal Risk Assessment - Case Study 1

531.T Connecting Assessment, Treatment Planning, and Criminal Risk Assessment - Case Study 2

531.T Connecting Assessment, Treatment Planning, and Criminal Risk Assessment - Case Study 3

581.T Strategic Planning and Project Oversight

591A.T.W Motivational Interviewing: The Basics 

Wednesday Courses
 

610.W Youth Treatment in Practice: A Community & Motivational Approach

610.W Youth Treatment in Practice: A Community & Motivational Approach - Part 2

622.W When The Titanic Meets Iceberg: Addressing the Trauma Beneath Addiction

631.W Reentry, Recidivism and Reform: Evidence Based Practices in Effective Criminal Justice Supervision

651.W Advanced Ethics: Focus on Social Media and Ethics Policy - Think Tank 

651.W Advanced Ethics: Focus on Social Media and Ethics Policy

611.W A Provider’s Introduction to Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals

661.W Gambling Awareness 101: What Addiction and Prevention Professionals Need To Know - Agenda

661.W Gambling Awareness 101: What Addiction and Prevention Professionals Need To Know 

Thursday Courses

 

710.Th Women and Resilience

723.Th 22 Strategies for Engaging the Most Difficult To Reach Clients With Substance Use Disorders

725.Th Differential Diagnosis – Assessing Mental Health and Substance Use Integrated Care Disorders

725.Th Differential Diagnosis – Assessing Mental Health and Substance Use Integrated Care Disorders Handouts

 

731.Th From Behind the Wall and Beyond: Working with Men in the Criminal Involved Population

741.Th Introduction to Mental Health for Recovery Coaches

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery Part 2

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery Part 3

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery Part 4

 

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery Part 5

751.Th Community Organizing for Prevention and Recovery Part 6

761.Th Behavioral Addictions: Dynamics, Diagnosis and Treatment

Plenary Sessions and Other Materials
 

Monday Morning Optional Plenary Session (3 hours) - "Coming into the Light - Breaking the Stigma of Substance Use Disorders" - Chris Dorval, MSW, LCSW, LCDP, LCDCS, ICADC (RI)

Closing Plenary Session (1.25 hour) - "The Future of Addiction and Recovery Services in America"Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC (IL)

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8/27/2018 » 8/30/2018
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