This is an On Demand course and will be available to view starting December 1, 2020 after purchase. Participants can watch, pause, and re-watch the sessions at their convenience.
All course content (quiz, certificate, videos) will be available until November 1, 2021. Extensions cannot be granted under any circumstances.
Registration will close on October 1, 2021.
According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, on average 10 people die each day from an illicit drug overdose in Canada. Substance-use disorders are the most common reason for a person’s hospitalization in the year prior to a fatal overdose. Often, the abuse of substances is complicated by the co-occurrence of psychiatric disorders such as Complex PTSD, Anxiety, and Depressive Disorders with accompanying suicidality and interpersonal violence. Of those who receive treatment, some 75% will relapse.
The workshop will consider ways to achieve “lasting changes” by using an evidenced-based strengths-based integrated treatment approach. A Case Conceptualization Model of both risk and protective factors that informs assessment and treatment decision-making will be presented. A Constructive Narrative treatment approach will be highlighted and ways to implement the Core tasks of psychotherapy designed to reduce relapse will be demonstrated. How patients can use resilience-engendering behaviours to achieve lasting changes will be presented.
Virtual Conference Format
- 9 Internationally Renown Experts
- 18, 3 Hour online courses
- 3 CEU’s Per Course
- Mix & Match to Create a Customized Virtual Conference Experience
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Attend 2, 3 Hour Courses and Save $21.00
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Attend 6, 3 Hour Courses and Save $171.00
Fees are per person, seat sharing is not allowed. Please respect this policy, failure to comply will result in termination of access without a refund. Groups do not need to attend the same courses to qualify for the group rate, each group member must attend a minimum of 6 courses. For group rates please contact firstname.lastname@example.org