Recorded Webinars

Ethics for Addiction Professionals

Participants will learn to build an ethical practice, thereby creating a lens by which to view any ethical situation. After learning the ethical tools and principles, participants will utilize such tools to grapple with compelling ethical dilemmas in the form of vignettes.

As instructor for the Ethics course in the Alcohol and Drug Studies Program at Loyola Marymount University Extension and his 27 years working as an addiction professional, Bob brings a wealth of information to this training.

CEH’s 3.0    Cost: $30

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CBT and Relapse Prevention

A common, though necessary, approach in chemical dependence treatment is teaching recovery tools to be utilized when craving strikes.  However, teaching tools for intentional avoidance of the craving cycle is often overlooked placing patients at unnecessary risk of relapse. This training demonstrates utilization of CBT principles and Gorski Model relapse prevention skills in aiding patients to proactively deter craving before it occurs.

CEH’s 1.5    Cost: $15

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Shame Resilience

Building on his Coping with Emotions model, which emphasizes the importance of learning how to feel and experience uncomfortable emotions in addiction recovery, Bob incorporates the work of Brene’ Brown and its application to the addiction treatment profession.

CEH’s 1.5    Cost: $15

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Group Counseling for Chemical Dependence

The purpose of this training is to increase counselors’ ability to structure chemical dependence (CD) group counseling sessions in a way that increases efficiency and effectiveness, while maintaining their proper focus. Seminar participants will also increase their understanding of the counselor’s role when facilitating a CD group and learn specific strategies to aid clients in processing and coping with uncomfortable emotions.

 CEH’s 1.5    Cost: $15

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