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Monday, May 2, 2011

3:15-5:45………………………………………...Monday Afternoon Concurrent Sessions (Continued) A Brief Course on Pain Medication & Addiction This course will provide a basic understanding of addiction to opioid pain medications. We will discuss neurobiol-

ogy, pharmacology and treatment of opioid addiction. [Track Clinical] [Levelbeginner/intermediate] Dr. Marvin Seppala, MD Chief Medical Officer Hazelden Foundation

The Art & Science of Self Healing This skills building experience is designed to give the participant the science that creates a bridge into the nonlinear realm of healing and how this science can contribute to the ―art‖ of being a healthier more productive individual. By understanding the minds operations and how anxiety and other forms of personal distress are manifested, the participant will be able to choose a different approach to life. [Track Clinical] [Levelbeginner/intermediate] Cardwell Nuckols, MA, Ph.D Cardwell C. Nuckols & Associates, LLC

The Physiological and Developmental Impact of Trauma and Implications for Intervention This presentation will examine the physiological impact of trauma and implications for intervention. We will discuss the body’s ―alarm system‖ and the long-term impact of chronic stress. We will also discuss the limitations of the PTSD diagnosis and the developing proposed DSM-V diagnosis, Developmental

Trauma Disorder. [Track Clinical Workshop] [LevelIntermediate] Joshua Arvidson MSS., LCSW

Director, Alaska Child Trauma Center at ACMHS

AKAIMS - Hands-on Training for Behavioral Health Professionals A handson AKAIMS training for treatment and recovery personnel in a computer lab setting THIS CLASS IS LIMITED TO 15 PARTICIPANTS (There will be 2 sessions available during the conference) [Track Clinical] [Levelbeginner/intermediate]

Patrick Swiger Training Specialist DHSS/BH

Lisa Good AKAIMS Project Assistant

State of Alaska, DHSS, Division of Behavioral Health

State of Alaska, DHSS, Division of Behavioral Health

RES-PECTRestraint Elimination System Practical Control Techniques The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services initiated the ―Bring the Kids Home Project‖ in the late 1990’s. This project mandated a return of Alaska children back to their State of origin. In 2006 alone, 743 youth were placed out-of-state at a cost of $40 million to the Medicaid system. At any given time, 400-500 children were being cared for in out-of-state treatment centers. RES-PECT was created to help local Alaskan mental health agencies prepare staff to competently meet the needs of the returning Alaska children who had previously been placed in out-of-state residential or community based facilities. [Track open] [Levelgeneral audience]

Montie Ford, CDC Director of Training Boys & Girls Home AlaskaFairbanks

Larry Wick Co-Founder RES-PECT

Peer Support How to engage clients and alumni in peer support activities to enhance recovery for all [Track General] [Levelgeneral audience] Robyn Priest Alaska Peer Support Consortium

Alaska Medicaid Regulation Update Review changes to the Medicaid Regulations that will become effective July 1, 2011 [Track Management] [Levelgeneral audience] DBH Staff

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