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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

10:00 - 12:30………………………………..………………….Wednesday Morning Sessions (Continued)

Motivational Interviewing: Supervisory Tools for Enhancing Proficiency (MIA-STEP) This presentation will introduce Clinical Supervisors to a set of tools for enhancing a clinician’s proficiency in motivational interviewing. Participants will be introduced to an MI rating guide that provides supervisors with a systematic way of moni- toring clinician MI adherence and competence. MI coaching strategies will also be discussed and demonstrated. [Track - Clinical/Management] [Level - Intermediate/Advanced] Denna Vandersloot, Med, LAC Director Northwest Frontier Addiction Technology Transfer Center

When the Past is Ever Present: The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Behavioral

Health Disorders This presentation addresses the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in the development of behavioral health disorders, and trauma-informed treatment to address them. A variant of the ACEs client questionnaire is examined, and specific techniques for autonomic self-regulation will be explored.

[Track - Clinical] [Level - Advanced] Michael Bricker, MS, ICADC, LPC The STEMSS InstituteBethel

Bruce Johnson, LCSW Soldotna Human Services

Mary Johnson YKHC Behavioral Health

12:45 - 2:45………………………………………………...Awards Luncheon

3:00 - 5:30……………………………………………………………………Wednesday Afternoon Sessions

Maximizing Your Evolution of Consciousness and Healing Potential It has taken 40,000 years for the newer cortical parts of the brain to develop the ability to intuitively become aware of a consciousness well beyond our own limited world of form. It appears we have just started to develop our capacity for spiri- tual understanding and the ability to communicate with the energy fields we are all an integral part of. This comprehension leads to the thoughts, ―How can I better develop my intuitive and contemplative skills such that I reach toward my spiritual potential?‖ and ―How can I use this ability to help others?‖ Being able to recognize spiritual opportunities and the develop- ment of a contemplative life style will lead to a better understanding of SELF. The SELF has been described by multiple spiritual disciplines over thousands of years as the ―Oneness‖ of God immanent, the Holy Spirit, the Tao that cannot be spoken, Brahman, etc.

[Track Clinical] [Levelbeginner/intermediate] Cardwell Nuckols, MA, Ph.D Cardwell C. Nuckols & Associates, LLC

Medical Assisted Treatment: How to Make it Happen in Your Community The participant will understand the effectiveness of M.A.T. The participated will understand the legal regulations regarding establishing an M.A.T. program. The participate will be able to recite at least 3 safe guards for an M.A.T. program. The participant self evaluate their potential for incorporating an M.A.T. program in their office. The participant will be able to recite collaboration safe guards for

an M.A.T. program [Track Clinical] [LevelIntermediate] Ken McCarty, LMFT Executive Director

37th Annual School on Addictions and Behavioral Health

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