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Tuesday, May 4, 2011

AAPA MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Join us for our annual membership meeting

Tuesday May 3rd from 12:15-1:30

Room 308

9:00-6:00……………………………………………………….…………………..…...Certification Session

ASAM Patient Placement Part 2 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

9:15—9:45

. . N e t w o r k i n g

Break

9:30—5:00………………………………………………………………………………..Certification Session

Treatment Planning M.A.T.R.S. Treatment Planning M.A.T.R.S. is designed to be a refresher training for those who have treatment planning experience and an opportunity for beginning counselors to learn how to create a comprehensive treatment plan. The process includes information dissemination as well as practical experience in completing a well written treatment plan. [Track Basic]

[LevelBeginning/Intermediate] John Porter, M.S. Technology Transfer Specialist,

CLASS SIZE LIMITED TO 25

Northwest Frontier Technology Transfer Center

9:30—6:30……………………………………..……………….……………………..…...Certification Session

Neurobiology: A Course for Addiction & Mental Health Clinicians This practical training will assist clinicians in their understanding of brain origin and faulty circuits involved in commonly treated disorders such as addiction, PTSD, ADHD, and depression. From this understanding, the clinician can better un- derstand how wellness, psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy and spiritual tools aid in the recovery of their clients. Also of importance is the understanding of unconscious and conscious brain processes and how problems of development such as early life developmental trauma and early alcohol and drug usage contribute to personality development sometimes referred to as ―personality immaturity‖.

[Track Clinical] [Levelintermediate] Cardwell Nuckols, MA, Ph.D Cardwell C. Nuckols & Associates, LLC

May 2-4, 2011Anchorage Sheraton Hotel

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