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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

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

Nicotine Addiction training-Accredited Certification Course for Clinicians/Counselors Tobacco use/Nicotine Addiction has long been overlooked as a primary addiction to address within the treatment setting. It has been woven into the fabric of chemical dependence treatment and recovery programs for decades. Even when con- fronted with information about health consequences, social stigma, and smoking restrictions, the treatment and recovery community’s relationship with tobacco has remained strong, from both the client’s and the addiction professional’s per- spective. This comprehensive accredited certification course will offer a full understanding of Tobacco Use/Nicotine Addic- tion to clinician/counselors. Learn surprising new information that is motivating both clients and addiction professionals to integrate tobacco abstinence into their treatment and recovery programs.

[Track Clinical] [Levelintermediate] Nick Gonzales Tobacco Prevention Manager

James Fitterling, Ph.D Chief Psychologist

Gloria Eldridge, Ph.D Associate Professor

Akeela, Inc

9:45—12:15

. . . C Training Program Director AK VA Psychology Internship Dept. of Psychology UAA o n c u r r e n t W o r k s h o p S e s s i o n s

SBIRT (Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment This presentation will discuss the research and rationale for widespread implementation of SBIRT; review common screen- ing instruments; describe and demonstrate brief intervention models; and explore protocols for referral to treatment. Les- sons learned from an SBIRT residency teaching program and implementation project at Oregon Health and Science Uni- versity will be shared. The session will also include a discussion of the potential role of substance abuse providers in SBIRT protocols. [Track Basic] [LevelGeneral audience] Denna Vandersloot, Med, LAC Director Northwest Frontier Technology Transfer Center

Preventing Addiction in Future Generations by Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences NOW This presentation reviews the ACE study data with a particular focus on that related to drug and alcohol dependency, the physiological studies which explain why early trauma can have such enduring, harmful effects on health, and the econo- metric studies on the cost/benefit of prevention maltreatment. It then reviews research on primary prevention of child mal-

treatment and how Southcentral Foundation is using these findings to redesign delivery of care.

[Track Research & Policy] [LevelGeneral Audience] Mark Erickson, MD Medical Director, Behavioral Services, Southcentral Foundation

9:45-5:30………………………………………………………………………….….……..Workshop Session

Clinical Supervision Part 1 of 2 (12 hours) This training is intended to provide a comprehensive knowledge base as an adjunct to previously received didactic training. This workshop is a resource for counselors and supervisors who wish to expand their knowledge of clinical supervision in the field of drug and alcohol counseling. Although still a relatively young field. substance abuse treatment has matured. The resulting changes have led to a level of accountability not known in our field before. Additional demands for cost con- tainment have resulted in our constant search for innovative ways to treat substance abusers. We have been asked to provide treatment in less time and with fewer resources. Clinical supervisors are expected to carefully monitor the services their counselors are delivering in an effort to maximize each treatment opportunity. This workshop will assist the counselor/ supervisor to expand on his/her skill level to meet the demands of our changing field.

[TrackClinical] [LevelAdvanced]

Cynthia Moreno-Tuohy, NCAC II, CCDC II, SAP Executive Director NAADAC

May 2-4 2011Anchorage Sheraton Hotel

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