Counseling Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders: TIP 42 (More Info)
Description: All of our courses are approved by the National Board for Certified Counselors, the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification, Florida Board of Nursing and National Association of Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Counselors. This course on Counseling Persons with Co-Occurring Disorders meets license renewal continuing education requirements for many licensed health professionals and is taught using text, narrated PowerPoint, video and mp3 audio. All course materials and reference materials are available free online. The learner objectives are: Identify the four key findings regarding co-occurring disorders; Identify one of the main challenges for working with homeless populations; Define the “No wrong door” policy; Explain the benefit of mutual self-help for people with COD; Discuss integrated care as a priority for people with severe and persistent mental illness; Define the National Registry of Effective Programs and Practices; Differentiate between substance dependence and substance abuse; Identify the different levels of service for persons with co-occurring disorders; Define the Quadrants of Care; Define the Comprehensive Continuous Integrated System of Care as it pertains to treating persons with co-occurring disorders; List the Six Guiding Principles in Treating Clients with COD; Identify ways to ensure Continuity of Care; Discuss ways to improve Substance Abuse Treatment Systems and Programs; List the be Six Areas of Intermediate-Level Competencies Needed for the Treatment of Persons with COD; Explain the concept of Burnout and effective interventions; Identify the Role of Assessment Tools; List the Twelve Steps in the Assessment Process; Identify ways to Manage Countertransference; Explain Key Techniques for Working with Clients Who Have COD; List the Guiding Principles of Motivational Interviewing; Define and describe Motivational Enhancement Approaches; Identify the four sessions in Four-Session Motivation-Based Intervention; Adapt CBT for Clients with COD; Define the concept of Grounding; Identify effective Relapse Prevention Techniques; Define Relapse; Define and explain Relapse Prevention Therapy (RPT); Summarize SAMM Concepts and Skills; Facilitate Client Participation in Mutual Self-Help Groups; Define and describe Assertive Community Treatment; Compare of ACT and ICM; Summarize the recommendations for persons with substance abuse disorders and each of the most common mental health disorders.
Submitted by: dr.snipes
Added: Wed May 13 2009