TRAININGS 2014

LAST UPDATED:  8/25/2014

TRAINING INFO AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Unless otherwise specified, ALL classes will be held at RICCMHO’s new location:

249 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 202, Pawtucket, RI 02860

QUESTIONS REGARDING TRAININGS OR REGISTRATION – PLEASE CALL DATA                        AT  #401-521-5759.

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Looking for online training classes? 

DATA recognizes that not everyone’s schedule allows time to attend the many high quality classes we offer here at DATA.  For those looking to supplement our “Instructor-led/Classroom based” training with online instruction we suggest checking into the foundation level classes offered by CE Quick (Relias Learning) at www.cequick.com.

PLEASE NOTE:  DATA of RI firmly believes in the benefits of classroom-based training and the value of learning from sharing ideas, information, and experiences with fellow professionals.  DATA is not affiliated in any way with CeQuick/Relias Learning nor do we derive any financial benefit from these Companies.

ALSO: It is recommended that you check the requirements for your particular license or certification as some have a limit on the number of online education hours you may submit. Additionally, it  is your responsibility to ensure that the online course is properly accredited for your profession. For specific information go to the RI Board for the Certification of Chemical Dependency Professionals at www.ribccdp.com.

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DATA TRAINING CLASSES 2014                                                    Effective 2/1/2014 classes will be held at RICCMHO’s new location: 249 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 202, Pawtucket, RI 02860 unless otherwise noted.

September 2014–August 2015

  • October 3, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsMarijuana Effects on the Brain *CLASS FULL* Please contact DATA to be placed on waiting list.

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    Marijuana has been used for centuries for its psychoactive properties and multiple symptom relief, yet remains classified as a schedule 1 drug . Many states have passed “Medical Marijuana” laws, bypassing the FDA safety and efficacy requirements, and allowing physicians to approve, recommend, certify or prescribe. This workshop will review the pharmacology of cannabinoids and provide an overview of the medical risks/benefits and the implications of these laws on substance abuse treatment, public safety and diversion of marijuana into the substance abuse population.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Intermediate - Advanced
    Instructor: John Femino, MD

  • October 7, 2014
    8:00 am5:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsConfidentiality: 42 CFR Part 2

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    The purpose of this workshop is to review the federal confidentiality regulations in detail as they relate to drug and alcohol treatment services in Rhode Island. The nine exceptions allowing disclosure and how to construct a valid consent will also be discussed. In addition, exercises around specific requirements for disclosure will be included.

    This training satisfies the RI Board of Certification requirement for 8 hours of training on Regulation 42 CFR Part 2 for those seeking to obtain Provisional or Advanced Chemical Dependency Professional certification.

    Price: $60.00
    Time: 8am - 5pm
    8 CEU's: CD, SW, MHC
    Instructor: Richard Froncillo

    Register

  • October 10, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsTrauma Informed Treatment for Veterans and others with PTSD

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    This all day training will address the complex behavioral health needs of returning veterans and other individuals with PTSD. The training will address how the brain is affected by trauma, how to asses for trauma, and how to develop an evidence based treatment plan based on trauma. Other considerations will include co-occurring diagnoses, the influence of Eriksonian life cycle, and gender specific issues.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Intermediate - Foundation
    Instructor: Pamela Messore, MSW, LICSW, LCDP, ACDP-II

    Register

  • October 24, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsReview of Alcohol Tx Effectiveness in the SPMI Population

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    The course focuses specifically on alcohol abuse and dependence and identifying risk of overdose and withdrawal. The course is to increase knowledge of the medical complications and the mortality and morbidity as it relates to chronic alcoholism. Particular attention is paid to assessment and treatment for those with severe and persistent mental illness. Various evaluation tools will be introduced as well as medications that are effective to prevent or diminish the symptoms of withdrawal.

    This training satisfies the RI Board of Certification requirement for six education hours in medication assisted treatment and attitudes of medication in the recovery process for those seeking to obtain certification as a Provisional or Advanced Chemical Dependency Professional.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Sharon Morello

    Register

  • October 27, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsGender Specific Care: From Initiation to Aftercare Understanding the Needs of Women in Substance Use Treatment

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    In order to enhance client care and increase cultural competency the presentation will use research and case examples to highlight the importance of gender specific substance abuse treatment for women. Women often become addicted within the context of close interpersonal relationships and they are more likely to relapse within that context as well. Women entering treatment often lack economic opportunity, lack support (both financial and emotional) for their treatment, are the primary care givers for their children and have significant trauma history. Women are more likely to have co-occurring mental health and were more likely to have begun using as a means to self medicate and alleviate the negative symptoms.
    The purpose of this presentation is to emphasize the importance of gender specific substance abuse treatment for women in order to improve treatment outcomes for our clients. The topics that will be covered will include the following: Substance use assessment using the DSM-5, gender specific screen tools, the path to addiction – how is it different for women?, barriers women face in accessing treatment, making treatment gender specific, and understanding our own bias.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Jessica Gagnon, LCSW, LCDP

    Register

  • October 28, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsEthics in Substance Abuse Treatment

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    For today’s provider, ethical decisions are often complex, involving a range of multifaceted issues that cannot be easily resolved. This is particularly true in substance abuse treatment. This workshop is designed to help the substance abuse provider explore common ethical decision-making. The afternoon will be spent in a lively dialogue on critical issues including confidentiality, dual relationships, boundaries, responsibility, competence, and legal standards. The link between the quality of ethics and the quality of care the substance use, misuse, and abuse treatment will also be discussed. This course will provide both useful theoretical models and hands-on opportunities to improve knowledge & skills.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Stephen R. Andrew, LCSW, LADC, CCS, CGP

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  • November 3, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsOpioid Addiction Pharmacology

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    A focus on Addiction Pharmacology for the care of clients with Opioid dependency. This includes medically supervised detoxification, as well as an understanding of the medical use for suboxone, methadone, naloxone, and vivitrol. This training will orient participants to the evidence and efficacy for use of such medications. This training will also address the current epidemic in RI around Opioid overdose, prevention and naloxone to reverse overdose. Also provide participant opportunity to explore attitudes, values and beliefs associated with the use of medication in the treatment of addictive disorders.

    Audience: Those who need to meet the education requirement for Medication Assisted Treatment for Chemical Dependencey Professional Certificatio; current LCDP’s who need classes for renewal, and Clinical staff who wish to learn more about Addiction and Pharmacology.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am - 4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Sharon Morello

    Register

  • November 4, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsAnger Management

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    This seminar is based on the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Manual developed by Patrick Reilly, Ph.D. and Michael Shopshire, Ph.D. for the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment/SAMHSA. The anger management treatment design that will be taught in this course has been successfully implemented in treatment programs throughout the United States with proven results.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Intermediate - Advanced
    Instructor: Louis A. Cerbo, Ed.D.

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  • November 6, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsHIV/Viral Hepatitis

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    This training has been designed to introduce a health education model of HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis prevention. Participants will learn basic HIV/AIDS and viral hepatitis information such as the history of the epidemics, demographic trends, modes of transmission, screening and testing, and treatment. Participants will be introduced to, and have the opportunity to practice skills building competencies related to HIV and Viral Hepatitis prevention.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Foundation
    Instructor: J. Philip Kane

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  • November 7, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsWorking with Re-Entry Population

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    The Prison Reentry initiative in RI allows for the creation of a purposeful and meaningful transition program for offenders leaving the correctional system and returning to the community. The training will explore the dynamics of individuals as they prepare for the transition within the walla and describe the assistance given to them by Reentry coordinators. A panel of former inmates, as well as reentry coordinators and community providers will offer " hands on experiences of how it can be a successful collaboration.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am - 4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Mary J. McGrail, MA\Clinical Specialist Gateway/Lifespan

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  • November 14, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsCo-Occurring Disorder Treatment for Children and Adolescents

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    This all day training will review the typical illicit substances of choice of children and adolescents. Both long and short effects of illicit substances will be reviewed as well as how substances affect the brain, specifically executive functioning. Other areas that will be addressed are how substances affect typical development in children and adolescents. Effective evidence based treatment modalities will be examined in order to identify appropriate treatment planning for various settings.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Foundation
    Instructor: Pamela Messore, MSW, LICSW, LCDP, ACDP-II

    Register

  • November 17, 2014
    9:00 am12:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsASAM

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    An overview of the New Revised ASAM Criteria with a focus on new guidelines and assessing level of function. Introduction to level of risk using a 0-4 rating. Utilizing guidelines to assist in placing clients in Addiction programs at the appropriate level of care. Participants will learn criteria to assist them in identifying factors that contribute to high risk/emminent danger to patients and need for emergent care.

    Price: $25.00
    Time: 9am - 12pm
    3 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: Foundation
    Instructor: Sharon Morello

    Register

  • November 24, 2014
    9:00 am12:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsDSM 5 Training

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    This training will highlight the major changes in DSM 5 and documentation requirements necessary for reimbursement. Changes in categories and subcategories, unique codes for alcohol and drug use, specific conditions added to diagnostic criteria, the use of V and Z codes, and how to implement the new changes will be discussed.

    Price: $25.00
    Time: 9am - 12pm
    3 CEU's: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Ruby Nicholson, RHIT

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  • December 18, 2014
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsWorking with Male Clients

    DATA of RI
    200 Metro Center Blvd, Unit #10
    Warwick, RI 02886
    USA
    401-521-5759

    In order for professionals to best help males recover and promote a process of healing from trauma, they must understand males’ unique issues and needs. The goal of this training is to achieve the most efficacious treatment of males with addictive disorders by recognizing the importance of comprehensively addressing their trauma. This recognition will lead to the development and implementation of more effective interventions to help maximize the health and recovery of males with addictive disorders and increase the likelihood of their successfully achieving long-term recovery.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Thomas E. Broffman, PhD, LICSW, LCDP, LCDS, CEAP

    Register

  • January 5, 2015
    9:00 am4:00 pm

    Category: Combined Behavioral TrainingsEthical Issues for Supervisors and Managers

    RICCMHO
    249 Roosevelt Ave. Suite 202
    Pawtucket, RI 02860
    USA
    401-228-7990

    Supervision in the behavioral healthcare field has become increasingly complicated as agencies employ staff from a diversity of disciplines, educational and experience levels, and multi-cultural backgrounds with a multiplicity of ethical codes. These trends press the conscientious supervisor to maintain the traditional ethical boundaries of care while adjusting to situations created in a “managed care” work environment. Clinical supervision is a critical part of the counseling process. It requires special thought, careful preparation, and an approach tailored to the individual strengths and area for growth of the supervisee. This training will examine the ethical issues and responsibilities of the clinical supervisor and discuss specific skills to provide effective supervision. It will provide participants the opportunity to conduct an ethical practices risk assessment of their agency. This training presents ethical theories and concepts that require supervisory clinical experience and knowledge to successfully integrate them with clinical practice – it is not intended for non-supervisory personnel.

    Price: $45.00
    Time: 9am-4pm
    6 CEUs: CD,SW,MHC
    Level: All Levels
    Instructor: Thomas E. Broffman, PhD, LICSW, LCDP, LCDS, CEAP

    Register

Category Key

  • Combined Behavioral Trainings
  • Community Support Professional
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