Detox: Who, Why, and How

  Course Summary Detoxification from active substance use is typically the first step in addiction treatment and recovery. There are proven treatments that help keep people safe and as comfortable as possible as the body works to remove the substance(s) of choice. During this presentation, Kacie Sasser, ARNP, MSN, FNP-C, CARN, Senior Director of Medical…

Treating the Addicted Self: A Developmental Approach to the Imposter Syndrome

Course Summary The Imposter Cycle effects an individual’s substance use disorder. Identifying Imposter Syndrome and how it manifests must be addressed in order to provide appropriate treatment. During this webinar, Philip Warrick, a licensed therapist at Lakeview Health, will define Imposter Syndrome, identify the Cycles, key character traits, and prevalence within the community. The discussion…

Transforming Addiction Treatment: A Gender-Responsive Model

Course Summary Did you know there is a difference between gender-separate and gender-responsive treatment? During this webinar, Dino Liverano and Sarah Franklin, clinical managers for the men’s and women’s facilities, respectively, will discuss the differences. This presentation will offer attendees with the research, clinical theory, and anecdotal evidence to support the use of a Gender-Responsive…

Recognizing Opiate Addiction and Referring To Treatment Presented by Adrian Blotner, MD, FAPA (June 2018)

  Course Summary   The Opiate Epidemic has become one of the most prominent public health challenges of our time, as one of the leading causes of suffering, impairment, and fatalities in the United States. Opiate Use Disorder (“addiction”) is recognized as a diagnosable and treatable illness by the healthcare treatment professionals, particularly mental health…

Professionals and Addiction Presented by Philip Hemphill, PhD, LCSW (April 2018)

Overview: A growing and converging body of literature is establishing the empirical association between professionals with addiction and safety and quality. Based upon a review of studies, it’s estimated the prevalence of addiction in professionals range between 10-15%. Most recommend three broad approaches to address this public health issue including prevention, addressing it when it…

SBIRT Webinar Series, Part 3

Use and Impact of Technology to Deliver Community Based Prevention Keri-Lyn Coleman, MSW and Susan Pitman In partnership with Drug Free Duval and Collaborative Planning Group In this webinar you’ll take a look at how a team identified the needs to both provide prevention and to utilize technology. As a practitioner, you’ll learn the mechanics of…

SBIRT Webinar Series, Part 2

Therapeutic Pain Management Protocol John Hunt, M.D. In partnership with Coastal Spine & Pain Center Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Time: 12:00-1:00 PM (EST) Learn more about how to work with your patients that struggle with pain management. You’ll learn motivational techniques to use with pain management patients, signs to watch for that may indicate addiction, and…

SBIRT Webinar Series, Part 2

Therapeutic Pain Management Protocol John Hunt, M.D. In partnership with Coastal Spine & Pain Center Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Time: 12:00-1:00 PM (EST) [cta_btn url=”https://youtu.be/sVviUd4jGYo” title=”Watch Now”][/cta_btn] Learn more about how to work with your patients that struggle with pain management. You’ll learn motivational techniques to use with pain management patients, signs to watch for that…