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Monday, May 2, 2011

1:45—2:45……………………………………………………….……………...Afternoon Keynote Session

Substance Abuse and Child Welfare: An Overview of the Issues and Models of Reform

This session will provide information on national and Alaska trends and current efforts in providing services to families affected by substance use disorders who are involved in the child welfare system and family courts. Dr. Young will review common barriers and strate- gies for linking court, treatment and child welfare and will introduce different models of col- laborating. Collaboration that integrates evidence-based practices within substance abuse treatment, child welfare and the courts can lead to positive outcomes for families. Informa- tion on systems level screening, assessment, engagement and retention policy and practice models developed will be discussed. [Track - Keynote] [Level - General Audience] Nancy K. Young, Ph.D. Director National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare

Nancy K. Young is the Director of Children and Family Futures, a California-based research and policy institute whose purpose is to improve outcomes for children and families affected by substance use disorders. Dr. Young also serves as the Director of the federally-funded National Center on Substance Abuse and Child Welfare, which provides technical assis- tance to States in support of their efforts to enhance cross-system collaboration for the benefit of affected families, and develops and disseminates information on advances in policy and practice in this field.

2:00-6:30………………………………………………………….…………………..…...Certification Session

Ethics & Confidentiality for Recertification & License Renewal PART 1 of 2 This course is a review and exploration of ethical principles and confidentiality regulations that apply to behavioral health counseling. We examine universally recognized standards for ethical practice, and review discipline-specific Codes. Par- ticipants are requested to bring a copy of their profession’s current Code of Ethical Conduct for discussion. We will also review the legal requirements of 42CFR§2, 45CFR and the HIPPA Privacy Rule. Special emphasis will be placed on the ethical dilemmas and confidentiality challenges of practice in rural and remote communities; participants are encouraged to bring case vignettes and dilemmas for discussion. This course meets or exceeds the CEU requirements for ACBHC - Behavioral Health Aide re-certification and Clinician license renewal.

[Track Certification] [Levelintermediate] Michael Bricker, MS, ICADC, LPC The STEMSS InstituteBethel

ASAM Patient Placement Part 1 of 2 Clinicians involved in planning and managing care often lack a common language and systematic assessment and treat- ment approach that allows for effective, individualized treatment plans. The Patient Placement Criteria of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) first published in 1991, provided common language to help the field develop a broader continuum of care. The second edition (PPC-2) was published in 1996 and a revised second edition (ASAM PPC- 2R) was published April 2001. This on workshop is designed to explain the underlying principles of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria (PPC); update participants in new developments in the ASAM PPC and apply the ASAM Criteria role in individualized treatment and care management. Specific hands-on exercises will help participants begin to imple- ment the ASAM Criteria through careful assessment, tailored treatment planning and broadening services to provide a more flexible continuum of care. [Track Clinical] [Levelintermediate] The Change Companies

37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health

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