This training is being offered by:
The Department of Behavioral Healthcare, Developmental Disabilities and Hospitals with support from the Opioid Treatment Health Home Initiative
This training will provide the participants with a definition of Addiction as defined by the DSM-5. The training will provide the various reasons why people may be vulnerable to a substance use disorder as well as an understanding of changes in the brain.
Trainer: Sharon Morello, RN, BSN
Chemical Dependency Professionals CEUs: This training has been approved by The RI Certification Board for 3.0 continuing education credits (The RICB is an IC&RC affiliate).
Certified Peer Recovery Specialist CEUs: This training has been approved by the RI Certification Board for 3.0 continuing education credits (The RICB is an IC & RC affiliate)
Social Worker CEUs: This training has been approved by the National Association of Social Workers for 3.0 continuing education credits.
Mental Health Counselors CEUs: This training has been approved by the RI Mental Health Counselors Association for 3.0 continuing education credits.
Describe the impact of substance use disorders (SUDs)
Summarize basic neurobiological pathways involved with the development of substance use disorders
Identify the various clinical presentations of patients with substance use disorders
Relate that substance use disorders are a chronic disease process
Your cart is empty