NAADAC directory of education and training.
With 13,000 members, NAADAC, The Association for Addiction Professionals, is the largest national organization for addiction-focused health care professionals. Founded in 1972, NAADAC is committed to increasing general awareness of alcohol and drug disorders and enhancing the care of individuals through treatment, education, and prevention programs.
ABED Continuing Ed! at www.psychceu.com is an APA, APT, BRN, CA BBS, FL, NAADAC, NASW, NBCC, STA, & TX Approved Continuing Education provider for addiction professionals, psychotherapists, psychologists, and nursing professionals. ABED Continuing Ed at www.psychceu.com is dedicated to offering clinically relevant and thoughtful online and self-study courses for psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, addiction professionals, psychotherapists, play therapists, child therapists, nurses, teachers, and others interested in the healing art of psychotherapy. We promote courses that enhance and teach the highest ethical and professional standards in the field. Please visit our website at http://www.psychceu.com or call us toll-free at 888-777-3773.
The ACT Association is a not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to the promotion and expansion of Assertive Community Treatment (ACT), a service model created to help people with mental illness receive treatment within their community. The ACT Association conducts an annual conference and provides educational trainings that enhance the effectiveness of service professionals. The ACT Association also advocates with policy makers for the continued development of ACT services, collaborates with accrediting institutions to develop, refine and maintain ACT standards, and provides increased communication and networking between ACT programs throughout the world.
ACT Counselor Services provides on-line and home study courses that are interesting, informative, and easy to complete. The certificate of completion is available the same day of course completion. The instructor can be easily reached by phone at 832-414-9596. Courses and tests can be completed on-line or printed for more leisurely access. The website can also be used as a free counselor intern study site. www.actcounselor.com or www.onlineceu.com.
AdCare Educational Institute, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to improving and enhancing skills, knowledge and awareness in the prevention, intervention, and treatment of substance abuse, addiction, and related public health issues. With offices in both Massachusetts and Maine, the agency offers a host of continuing education activities ranging from day seminars to multi-day conferences and distance education courses. More pertinent information can be found on the web at www.adcare-educational.org or via e-mail at Gail@Adcare-educational.org or by calling 508-752-7313.
The Addiction Technology Transfer Center of New England Distance Education Program is a distance learning initiative coordinated through Brown University's Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. This Internet-based addiction education program has been designed to provide substance abuse professionals with a learning environment that is both intellectually stimulating and convenient. We offer a wide variety of addiction-based courses that provide participants with the most current information available through primary sources and Internet links. For more information, contact Monte Bryant at 401-444-1862. E-mail: Monte_Bryant@Brown.edu. Web: http://www.attcne.org
Amedco, LLC. is an education company that provides continuing education workshops for chemical dependency counselors as well as psychologists, psychiatric nurses, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and professional counselors. To inquire about upcoming offerings check www.cmehelp.com or call our office at 1-800-314-1921. If you want help with a training you are presenting, go to our web site at www.helpingyouteach.com for a listing of our services and contact information.
The American Academy of Psychotherapists (AAP) is an international, multidisciplinary organization, which is uniquely focused on the psychotherapist's personal growth and professional training. Founded in 1956 by a group of outstanding innovators in the field, AAP continues to be an exciting meeting ground for psychotherapists at all stages of development. The year's Academy Institute and Conference will be in Boston, MA. The conference theme is: Working with Abundance and Deprivation in Psychotherapy. Our program brings together an impressive collection of distinguished therapists representing a range of psychodynamic, experiential, and systems orientations, as well as prominent practitioners who write, teach, and direct cutting edge research.
American Healthcare Institute has been a leader in continuing professional education for mental health professionals since 1984. AHI is dedicated to helping you and your colleagues continue your process of continuing education. Through seminars, conferences, audio programs and on-site customized training, AHI education programs consist of faculty who are actively practicing experts in their respective fields. The curriculum of each program is created with the latest information from research and clinical practice. Because of the rapid pace of progress and the nature of the material, seminar content is updated on an ongoing basis. To learn more about our seminars' topics and locations, please visit our website at www.ahi-online.com; or call us toll-free at 1-800-333-6100.
American Psychiatric Partners, Inc. is a behavioral healthcare inpatient and outpatient management and services company based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The company's programs have been implemented in community hospital, rural facilities, and government institutions in the northeastern, southeastern and southwestern parts of the United States. We began developing and offering Continuing Education Workshops in response to the needs of both our employees and those of the facilities with which we contract. We are fortunate to employ mental health and addiction professionals with amazing talent, skills, and expertise and are excited to be sharing their knowledge with other professionals seeking quality, relevant continuing education. We currently offer workshops in Tennessee and Georgia and are developing CD interactive programs. For more information about our Continuing Education Workshops please contact Christine Abernathy, MSW at email@example.com or (865) 385-3413.
American Schools Association was founded in 1914. Since 1990, the organization has offered continuing education on a home-study basis for professionals throughout the U.S. The courses offered are approved by a variety of state agencies and private certifying agencies, covering nurses, certified counselors, marriage and family counselors/therapists, licensed social workers, rehabilitation professionals, case managers, and substance abuse counselors. ASA also markets seven rehabilitation videotapes for training purposes.
PO Box 14260, Chicago, IL 60614; Toll Free: 1800-230-2263, PIN: 0000; Website: www.asaceu.com; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The American Society of Group Psychotherapy & Psychodrama (ASGPP) was founded in 1942 by J. L. Moreno. ASGPP was the pioneer membership organization in-group psychotherapy and continues to be a source of inspiration for ongoing developments in group psychotherapy, psychodrama and sociometry. The ASGPP hosts an Annual Conference providing up to 36 credit hours for CASACs. Visit the ASGPP Website for information on approved Institutes & Training Programs and the dates and location of the conference. Special workshops/events throughout the U.S. are listed in the Calendar of Member Events. Visit: www.ASGPP.org.
Ben Franklin Institute producer of Summit for Clinical Excellence Conferences "Where the Best Come to Learn" has another exciting 2005 conference schedule planned: March 3-6 New Orleans, Louisiana; March 17-20 San Diego, California (Adolescent Focus); April 20-23 Delray Beach, Florida (Adolescent Focus); July 28-31 Boulder, Colorado; October 6-9 Marco Island, Florida; November 2-5 Scottsdale, Arizona. Earn up to 27 CEU's at each event. Call 800 643 0797 or visit www.BFIsummit.com
As an Episcopal priest, Father Leo Booth, MTh, CAC, CEDC, is an internationally acclaimed author, lecturer, and trainer on all aspects of spirituality and recovery from depression, addictions, compulsive behaviors, and low self-esteem. A Certified Addictions Counselor, a Certified Eating Disorders Counselor, and a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, Father Leo speaks at many national and international conferences, plus churches of various denominations. In addition to specific in-services and lectures on religious addiction and abuse, Father Leo presents workshops, lectures, and training on a broad spectrum of issues to a variety of organizations and institutions. Contact: Father Leo Booth; 2105 E 27th St; Signal Hill, CA 90755; phone: 562-427-6003 or 800-284-2804; fax: 562-427-7235; web: www.fatherleo.com.
The 22nd Annual Cape Cod Summer Symposia will provide mental health professionals with an outstanding opportunity to combine a stimulating symposium with a relaxing summer vacation. Distinguished faculty, many of whom are leaders in their fields, will present 30 different week-long symposia during the ten weeks of summer from June 20th through August 26th. Each symposium will convene at the Four Points by Sheraton, Eastham, from 9:00 a.m. until 12:15 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Contact Information: Carolyn Janssen, Phone: 413,499.1489 x1, Fax: 413.499.6584, Email: email@example.com, Web: www.neei.org
Cebert Pharmaceuticals, Inc. provides Methadone-specific online educational courses. Seven different courses are available costing $10.00/course each offering 2 credit hours. Topics covered range from 'New to Methadone' to 'Women's Health and Pregnancy' to 'Medically Supervised Withdrawal.' For more information, please visit our website at www.cme213.com.
Cebert Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 1200 Corporate Drive, Suite 370, Birmingham, AL 35242
Phone: 205-981-0201, Toll-Free: 800-211-0589, Fax: 205-981-0279. Corporate Website: www.cebert.com Educational Website: www.cme123.com
Gorski-CENAPS is committed to providing affordable resources for the addiction and behavioral health fields. Terry Gorski and The CENAPS Corporation offer researched science based training and consultation services to behavioral health professionals and addiction treatment providers world-wide. Gorski services include intensive personal training in Florida with Terry Gorski, home study courses, staff training, agency consultation and professional published conference speakers. The mission of The CENAPS Corporation is--All people will have access to affordable resources for developing effective recovery and relapse prevention plans. Please call (352) 596-8000 for more information.
The Center for the Application of Substance Abuse Technologies at the University of Nevada, Reno offers a variety of NAADAC approved substance abuse treatment and prevention courses. In-person courses are offered in Reno and Las Vegas, Nevada and throughout Wyoming. Videotape, CD-ROM, and online courses are available nationwide. CASAT also sponsors an annual weeklong Summer Institute. For specific details about our trainings, call our toll-free training line at 866-617-2818 or visit our website at www.unr.edu/casat and click on "professional development."
The Center for Reality Therapy offers continuing education units for drug and alcohol abuse counselors and is a NAADAC provider. Robert E. Wubbolding, EdD, is Director of the Center for Reality Therapy, Professor Emeritus at Xavier University, Director of Training for The William Glasser Institute, and is the author of ten books. The four-day intensive Saturday through Tuesday workshop offered June 25-28, 2005 in the greater Cincinnati area includes role play demonstrations, small group supervision with special emphasis given to practicing the method by the participants, learning practical skills immediately applicable on the job including clarification of wants, determining behavioral direction, seven forms of evaluation, characteristics of plans & the WDEP system of reality therapy.
For more information please contact Bob Wubbolding: Telephone: 513-561-1911 Fax: 513-561-3568 Web Site: www.realitytherapywub.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Central East Addiction Technology Transfer Center (CEATTC) is one of the regional centers throughout the United States and its territories funded through a cooperative agreement with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT). The CEATTC covers the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland (for continuing education,) Kentucky, and Tennessee. The CEATTC focuses on improving the skills, knowledge, and attitudes of addiction treatment professionals, and providing support to the States in our region for the promotion of addiction-related curricula and programs. CEATTC activities include the provision of direct and online training and technical assistance, as well as dissemination of print and electronic resources through our Internet site, newsletters, emails, and faxes. The CEATTC houses the Center for HIV, Hepatitis, and Addiction Training and Technology (CHHATT) which addresses the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and other infectious diseases in drug-using individuals. The CHHATT activities focus on enhancing the professional development of outreach workers
CEUnitsAtHome.com is dedicated to offering the highest quality, informative, and affordable trainings to licensed and pre-licensed professionals in the health care profession. We hold the following licenses: NAADAC #469, California BBS (MFT / LCSW) #PCE2380, California Registered Nursing #CEP14048, Texas MFT, www.CEUnitsAtHome.com--$5.00 a unit. Contact--info@CEUnitsAtHome.com
The Chesapeake Health Education Program, Inc. (CHEP) has been providing state-of-the-art continuing education events for a variety of healthcare providers for 15 years. Our program division conducts educational offerings to the northeastern Maryland area. CHEP's conference division manages local and national educational activities involving multiple days of learning. The program and conference divisions offer addiction seminars throughout the year. For more information and a listing of events, visit our website at www.chepinc.org or contact us at 410-642-1195.
Circle of Recovery, Inc. a leader of education and training services in Georgia and the southeast provides training, education, conference planning and consultation on addiction. We provide services in and around the state, at local and national conferences, and are available for on-site consultation. A variety of courses are offered, and specialized courses can be developed to meet your particular needs. Circle of Recovery, Inc., of Decatur, Ga. is easily accessible via Interstate 20 or 285. Please call 404-243-5576 or fax us at 404-243-6455 for additional information, or visit us at www.circleofrecovery.com.
Claudia Inc. and Claudia Black, Ph.D., provides onsite and home study training, books and videos to mental health, addiction, health care and educational professionals throughout the world. These educational materials are developed for direct use with the client in a variety of settings such as private practice, community service agencies, child welfare and family agencies, correctional systems, and addiction prevention and treatment programs. Our materials, training, and home study continuing education programs further the understanding and clinical skills of those professionals who encounter families affected by addictive disorders and the complexity of addiction, which includes addressing trauma, co-occurring disorders and the multi-generational legacy of addiction.
Claudia Inc. Bainbridge Island, WA www.claudiablack.com Phone: 800.698.0148, 206.842.6303, Fax: 206.842.6235
CM Home Study, a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, has select courses for NAADAC, CAADAC, CCM, California RN, California MFT and LCSW, and NBCC credit. Current offerings now provide 5 to 25 CEHs. Courses: Counseling Ethics; Difficult Personality Disorders; Dual Disorders; Geriatric Assessment; Counseling Difficult Clients; Effective Counseling Strategies; Home Health Services; Health Care Ethics; More Effective Interviewing; Domestic Violence; Disability and Employment; Defense Mechanisms; Legal Issues; Communication Techniques; Depression; Disability Issues; Conduct Disorders. The following have course material online: Drug Treatment I; Drug Treatment II; Substance Abuse and Disabilities. CMR Home Study, 30423 Canwood St., Ste. 228, Agoura Hills, CA 91301, 818-706-1671 www.cmrhomestudy.com.
Coaching, Counseling & Mentoring Services, Inc. (CCMS, Inc.) is a NAADAC, CAADAC and OASAS approved continuing education provider. We offer 112 home-study and test-only courses, 28 certificate programs and 17 online-interactive courses on various topics including Dual Diagnosis, Cognitive Therapy (various topics), Relapse Prevention, Dealing w/ Resistant Clients, Brief Therapy, and many others. Visit our website at http://www.ccmsinc.net where you can access our full catalog and double-check our list of official approvals. You can also contact us by email at email@example.com, by phone at 641.692.3278 by fax at 509-461-5656 and via regular mail at CCMS, Inc., 210 Harriman St., P. O. Box 128, Alexander, IA 50420.
Commonwealth Educational Seminars offers high quality professional continuing education programs at reasonable cost. Our goal is to be distinctive by making your experience as pleasant as possible. We do this by providing topics that are useful, interesting and stimulating, presented by personable, knowledgeable and dynamic speakers. For information on upcoming workshops or to be placed on our mailing list, call 800-376-3345 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Conectics Group, A CommonHealth Company, is a digital healthcare communications company that develops distance learning programs and proprietary Internet research projects. Working with industry and academia, we develop, sponsor, and co-sponsor accredited continuing education programs for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and allied health professionals. We work with patient advocacy groups, the pharmaceutical industry, and others to educate addiction counselors in an atmosphere that is scientifically rigorous, fair balanced, and free of promotional bias. For further information on our services, please contact Mike Altmann by phone at 973-463-6767; by fax at 973-463-3432, or by e-mail at email@example.com. You are welcome to visit our corporate website at www.commonhealth.com to learn more about The Conectics Group and the other CommonHealth companies.
Corrections & Substance Abuse Training: Sociotherapy for Sociopaths[TM]. Become a Certificated Facilitator of Resocial Group[TM]: A Group Treatment Curriculum for Adults with Antisocial Behavior and Substance Abuse (a 24 session program for inmates/inpatients or outpatients and other criminal offenders addressing substance abuse and dishonesty, breaking rules and laws, carelessness, aggressiveness, irritability, irresponsibility, indifference and impulsivity). Pre-approved advanced level training/continuing education credits (14 hours). Other courses: Deviance/Criminal Behavior (7 hours), Case Management (7 hours). Home Study Online Course: Humor Counseling (3 hours). Criminal Justice Addiction Services, 7475 W. 5th Ave., #150F, Lakewood, CO 80226-1673. firstname.lastname@example.org, (303) 232-0767, http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/criminaljustice
Criminal Justice Addiction Services offers eight (8) pre-approved addiction and offender counseling and case management workshops: "Sociotherapy for Sociopaths" (TM)/"Resocial Group" (TM); "Using Humor in Offender Counseling and Supervision;" "Clinical Case Management and Behavioral Health;" "Deviance and Criminal Behavior;" "Theories and Models of Helping Offenders Change;" "Communication Techniques with Clients;" "Cultural Diversity Skills in Community Corrections;" and "Addiction Counseling and Professional Ethics." Half-day courses are only $250. Full day courses are only $500. Two-day course is only $950. Contact information: CJAS, 7475 W. 5th Ave. #150 F, Lakewood, CO 80226-1673; (303) 232-0767 (Voice/Fax); email@example.com (E-mail); or http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/criminaljustice (Internet).
James L. Crossen, PhD, MFT, RN, MAC, ICADC, CATS, CDS, CCGC, is an officially approved provider of continuing education for California LVN/RNs, MFT/LCSWs, CAC/CADCs, and NCAC/MACs. Thirty (30) hour and fifteen (15) hour continuing education home study courses available. Founding director of fully accredited Addiction Studies Program, Los Angeles Pierce College, Woodland Hills, California (CAADE approved). International consultant and trainer in implementing addiction and trauma treatment and recovery programs and providing education to professionals in other countries. Licensed clinical practice, Sherman Oaks, Calif., specializing in addictive diseases and problems in longer-term recovery. Phone: 818-994-6858. Fax: 818-994-9277, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Danya Institute was incorporated to promote and improve the health, education, and well-being of individuals and communities. It is staffed by a team of experienced professionals who bring to the organization a dedication and understanding of addiction treatment and prevention services. The staff has experience providing technical assistance and training in substance abuse treatment, as well as managing a pool of expert consultants.
D & S Associates, Consultants for a Better Tomorrow, LLC, is an international professional training and consultation company catering to the substance abuse agency and professional. We are dedicated to helping them meet professional standards. Quality consultations in the areas of management, consolidations, mergers, program evaluation, certification and JCAHO or CARF accreditation processes. Specialty in trainings for certification and other professional growth needs available on-site or as home study courses. We offer quality educational trainings, consultations, CEUs, reasonable prices, and a host of professional publications. For more information, a listing of workshops or catalog, please call 800-950-5559 or visit us on the Web at www.dsaasociates.2e.com.
Drugcheck Consulting is a private company, owned by two RNs, located in Hewitt, NJ (West Milford). Our goal is to offer affordable education and training for the CADC curriculum. We are usually able to get our students in temporary volunteer positions to begin accruing the required hours. Currently we offer one class on Tues. evening and one on Wed. evening conveniently located at Bergen Regional Medical Center, a.k.a Bergen Pines, located in Paramus, NJ. This company is offering CJC training courses as well, for Criminal Justice Certification. One other specialty offering available is private training for the Substance Abuse Professional class hours in preparation of the certification exam offered by NAADAC. We also do corporate level drug and alcohol awareness seminars, and Drugfree Workplace training. Lastly, our company offers review classes for the certification exams. Call: 973-728-9174, email email@example.com, or visit our website at www.drugcheckconsulting.com.
The Evaluation and Counseling Center
150 N. Center Street #317 Reno, Nevada 89501 Phone: (775) 240-5251 Fax: (775) 348-2777
The Evaluation and Counseling Center specializes in Producing Educational Videos/DVDs which cover all aspects of addictions and related topics. The educational videos range from 'Anger Management for Counselors' who want to set up an Anger Management Groups to 'How to do a Substance Abuse Evaluation'. All videos are awarded Continuing Education Credits from the overseeing Licensing/Certifying Associations.
Contact: Carol Schaye RN,C/LADC/Executive Producer. firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (800) 439-1210
Katie Evans PhD, CADCIII, NCACII
Dual Diagnosis expert Clinician, Author, International Trainer
Katie Evans specializes in: Engagement, Assessment, Evaluation and Intervention, Evidenced based approaches, Motivational interviewing, Engagement in the group process, Developing Quality Dual Diagnosis programs, Staff Training and Skill Development, Integration of Addiction and Mental Health treatment approaches, Personality disorders and addiction, Surviving Addicted Borderline Client or Borderlines as Survivors, Managing Flooding, Flashbacks and other Trauma affected Symptoms, Working with Trauma affected Couples and families
Home study Courses 30 CEU's NASW and NAADAC Approved.
Phone 503-756-6117 Fax: 503-534-3778 Email: email@example.com Website: www.drkatieevans.com 14845 S.W. Murray-Scholls Dr. #110-333 Beaverton, Oregon 97007
FACES Conferences & Home Study Programs
Providing the highest quality continuing education conferences since 1986, and home study audio and video programs. The best and most dynamic speakers on current and emerging issues.
Upcoming conferences: Chicago, Ill--May 18-21, San Diego, CA--Oct 25-29, 2005, Las Vegas, NV--Nov. 9-12, 2005.
www.facesconferences.com Toll free: 1-877 63FACES
Florida School of Addictions Studies, Inc. Florida's professional school in the field of addictions provides training for addictions and mental health counselors, healthcare, DUI, EAP, criminal justice, and prevention professionals. Provider for: Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Certification Board, Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles, Employee Assistance Professionals Association/Employee Assistance Certification Commission, and the National Association of Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselors, Location: University of North Florida. Contact: FSAS Administration Office; 1725 Art Museum Drive; Jacksonville, FL 32207. Phone: 904-399-2506; Toll Free: 888-933-FSAS. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.fsas.org.
Graceland University Addiction Studies Department offers a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Addiction Studies. This coursework is offered through Distance Learning. Graceland is a regionally accredited university and approved by NAADAC as an education provider. Experiential Learning Credit, up to 30 semester hours, is available for those who qualify. The Addiction Counseling Certificate of Completion for 39 semester hours or the Concepts of Addiction Certificate of Completion for 15 semester hours are available for professionals not seeking a degree. Call 1-800-585-6310 to request information or speak with an admission's counselor. www.graceland.edu/addiction or email email@example.com
Greenbriar Training & Publications: A lot of practical information, and a little bit of humor, presented in the NAADAC-approved courses you need to maintain certification.
We provide jargon-lite courses, onsite trainings, and consultation. We can also license our facility to use our materials, sparing you the expense of buying workbooks individually. For more information, contact Ken Montrose (724) 225-9700 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website at http://www.greenbriar.net
"You may be an alcoholic if you wrap your car around a tree and blame it on a landscaping error." (from Hauling it to the Curb, p.32; the text of our Helping Clients in Early Recovery course.)
The Guided Self Healing Training Institute, founded by Andrew Hahn, Psy.D., is a non-profit, service organization dedicated to healing individuals, relationships and communities. The Institute offers individual and couples therapy, group healing circles, retreats and consultations to organizations. In addition, the Institute conducts training programs internationally for those interested in learning the Guided Self Healing modality as well as introductory experiential weekends.
Guided Self Healing Training Institute, Inc. Dr. Andrew Hahn 20 Muzzey Street #2 Lexington, MA 02421-5212 Ph: 1-781-274-6633 Fax: 1-781-274-6644 email@example.com
GWC, Inc. has produced and distributed award-winning videos for substance abuse and the criminal justice field since 1981. The experts associated with GWC recognize that the needs of today's incarcerated drug offender are different from the offender of fifteen or twenty years ago, and have developed strategies for effectively reaching that population. If you want the most current up-to-date videos on chemical dependency and criminal behavior call GWC for a free video preview and ask about quantity discounts for multiple locations. GWC is host to the National Conference on Addiction & Criminal Behavior held annually in September in St. Louis, MO. For more information, phone 800-851-5406. Web: www.gwcinc.com or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
GWC, Inc. P.O. Box 5023 Cahokia, IL 62206-5023 Phone: 800-851-5406 Fax: 618-337-7880. Contact: Jo Ann Moore, President E-mail: JAMoore@gwcinc.com
Dates for the 6th National Conference on Addiction & Criminal Behavior, September 18-24, 2005 at the Marriott Downtown Hotel, St. Louis, MO.
The Harvard Medical School Division on Addictions offers an annual conference on pathological gambling and related addictive disorders. Past conference themes have included "Toward Meaningful Diagnosis of Gambling Disorders: From Theory to Practice"; "Rethinking Addiction: How gambling and other behavioral addictions are changing the concept and treatment of alcohol and substance use disorders"; and "Regulating Addiction: How individuals, groups, and institutions manage excessive behaviors." For more information, call 617-384-9030 or visit www.hms.harvard.edu/doa/institute.
The Hatherleigh Company offers "Directions in Addiction Treatment and Prevention," a national continuing education program for addiction professionals. It is a NAADAC pre-approved home study! Earn 10 CE credits approved by NAADAC, NBCC, and CRCC. Topic areas include: dual diagnosis, readiness for change, enhancing client outcomes, evidence-based strategies, prevention, and more. Open book tests! Fax or mail your answers to us. Your certificate is mailed to you. Overnight processing available. For more information call 800-367-2550 or visit us online at www.hatherleigh.com.
The Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies offers a unique curriculum that integrates theory, science and clinical practice. Courses each semester include clinical laboratories on treatment units to observe, shadow clinicians, and practice newly developed skills.
The Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies offers a Master of Arts with a concentration in addiction studies and a Certificate in Addiction Counseling. Both programs are offered at our Center City, MN facility. The Masters of Arts program is a 46-credit program that can be completed full time in one year or part time in two years. The Graduate School offers courses focusing on individual and group counseling, research, multicultural counseling, mental health complications and adolescent development.
The Certificate in Addiction Counseling is an intensive apprenticeship model of learning based on actual clinical practice under close supervision by some of Hazelden's most experienced counselors. Students are prepared for counseling positions based on a range of knowledge and skill including Twelve Step facilitation.
For information regarding our programs please visit our website at http://www.hazelden.org or call the Graduate School directly at 651-213-4175 or 888-257-7800 X4175
Hazelden Publishing and Educational Services
P.O. Box 176, Center City, MN, 55012-0176, Telephone: 1-800-328-9000, Web site: www.hazelden.org
A pioneer in the treatment and prevention of chemical dependency since 1949, Hazelden is also a leading publisher of addiction treatment and recovery materials including curricula, books, workbooks, and videos. Many key Hazelden resources are approved for NAADAC continuing education (CE) hours, including products covering motivational interviewing, stages of change, brief intervention, effective treatment strategies, and more. Each NAADAC-approved Hazelden resource comes with a post-test worth 6 to 10 CE hours upon successful completion.
The Healing Arts Research and Training Center is located at 200 Garland in Memphis, Tennessee 38104. We serve the tri-state area of Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. On the third Fridays and Saturdays, February through November, we offer six hours of continuing education for addiction professionals with such topics as the Addiction Severity Index, American Society of Addiction Medicine, Dual Diagnosis, Spirituality, Cultural Sensitivity, Alternative Healing, Ethics, and many others pertinent to the education of both seeking and certified professionals. We offer specialized training that can be seen on our website at www.thehartcenter.org. Contact: Dr. Jane Abraham, LCSW, NCAC II, ICADC, SAP, ADS, EMDR II at 901-828-1332. She is a member of the NAADAC Training Academy.
HomEd is NASW Massachusetts Chapter's continuing education audiotape home study program. All of the programs have Category 1 CE Credits. Because it is an audiotape program, you can use it whenever and wherever you choose. The tapes are yours to keep forever. After you have listened to your program, complete the post-test and return it to NASW for scoring. (80% correct needed to pass, one retake possible if needed). We will send you a Certificate of Completion with your Category 1 CE hours. Order online at www.naswma.org/homEd. Or call 617-227-9635, ext. 13.
Hospice Foundation of America (HFA) is a nonprofit organization that promotes hospice care and works to educate professionals and the families they serve in issues relating to care-giving, terminal illness, loss and bereavement. For information, visit www.hospicefoundation.org, e-mail email@example.com, or call 800-854-3402.
The Icelandic Association of Addiction Counselors--FAR: Our goal is to advocate for the addicted person and for the addiction professional. We promote the professional development and education of our members and other allied professionals. FAR offers regularly scheduled trainings on addictions. Our objective is to provide timely and relevant training and education to Iceland's addiction professionals in a format that is challenging. We engage speakers from various institutions of learning, as well as experts from abroad. These educational offerings also give our audience the opportunity to interact professionally and to learn from each other. FAR's targeted audience are certified addiction counselors (most have bachelors' degrees) full-time paid counselors who are preparing for certification; and allied health, mental health and criminal justice professionals. For more information on FAR visit our web site at www.far.is
Identity Outpatient Program, Inc., a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, offers home study and classroom training. Mr. Bonvillain, MSW, LCSW, BCSAC founder of Identity, offers training in the use of clinical hypnotherapy and neurolinguistic programming (NLP) in the treatment of chemical dependency and related disorders (depression, PTSD, panic/anxiety, OCD, DID.) In addition to more traditional therapeutic approaches, identification of (and rapid desensitization to) traumatic-event memories is essential for the successful treatment of dual diagnosis populations. Our students report excellent clinical outcomes for the belief system and methodology taught in our training. Identity is approved by the American Board of Hypnotherapy and offers basic and advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification training (2004 approval by other professional boards applied NASW, LPC, TNA, LSBN.) For more information visit our website www.growinganewbrain.com, call 1-800-451-6093, or fax a request to 318-636-7861. Our training utilizes and supports the Spirituality of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
At Innerlandscape we offer a wide spectrum of continuing education courses, self-study and online, addressing issues of body, mind and spirit. Our courses are approved by NAADAC, NASW, NBCC, CA BBS and CA BRN, TXSWBE, OHSWBC and PASWBC for professionals in psychology, social work, addiction counseling, nursing and related fields. Our courses include addictions, supervision, ethics, domestic violence, child abuse, sandplay, meditation, creativity, women's issues, anxiety, stress management, depression, and many other intriguing topics. Contact: Innerlandscape, 39705 SW Blooming Fern Hill Rd, Cornelius, OR 97113; phone: 888-575-7263; online: www.siteceu.com.
The Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, Inc. (IAHB) produces NAADAC approved workshops and seminars on timely and important clinical topics. Workshops are conducted by scientist-practitioners who have demonstrated exceptional teaching abilities, and represent the state of the art in their chosen fields. Most of these programs are open only to healthcare professionals, and are conducted at the highest professional levels. Continuing education credit is offered on a state-by-state basis (when necessary) to physicians, psychologists, counselors, social workers, EAP specialists, and a variety of other licensed professionals. Call for our spring calendar 800-258-8411 or visit us online at www.iahb.org.
22nd Annual Institute for Alcohol and Drug Studies, May 16-19, 2005
The University of Evansville is a pioneer and leader in the field of substance abuse education for health care professionals, offering educational programs for students and health care providers throughout the Midwest area. The Institute for Alcohol and Drug Studies highlights alcohol and drug abuse treatment, prevention and education.
Plenary Speakers: Mark Sanders, LCSW, CADC, Patrick J. Sammon, PhD, Victor J. DeNoble, PhD, Ann W. Smith, MS, LPC, LMFT. University of Evansville, 1800 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville, Indiana 47722, (800) 423-8633 ext. 2981. cce.evansville.edu
Institute for Research, Education, and Training in Addictions (IRETA): Unifying science, education, and services to transform lives. The Institute for Research, Education and Training in Addictions is an initiative dedicated to aligning research and practice through education and policy consultation. IRETA's mission is to be a repository of information related to addictions research, health policy, prevention, intervention and treatment and to develop effective mechanisms to transfer that knowledge to the substance abuse field and policy makers. IRETA provides technical assistance and information in support of establishing a science of addictions. Its target audience is policymakers, practitioners, prevention specialists, educators, consumers and administrators with an interest in drug abuse prevention and treatment. In partnership with Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration/Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, the Northeast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NEATTC) and other initiatives, IRETA offers education and training resources to Mental Health and Substance Abuse professionals. For more information please visit our website at www.ireta.org or call us at 412-258-8565.
Institute for Integral Development. Providing exceptional conferences that enhance counseling skills and personal growth. We host an annual conference. For information on the conference and other upcoming events contact us at: P.O. Box 2172; Colorado Springs, CO 80901. Phone: 800-544-9562. Fax: 719-630-7025. Website: www.institutefortraining.com.
The Institute of Addiction Awareness is the originator of home study courses for the addictions field and offers high quality, low cost continuing education. Also approved by NBCC and for nurses and social workers. Texts are by recognized authorities in the addictions field. Very low cost Internet courses now available. Preview entire course online before you buy! Visit our website at www.CEUInstitute.com or via our link at www.naadac.org. Call for specials or free catalog by fax or mail at 1-800-333-8933 (24 hours--no toll charges).
The Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies (ICDS) offers fast and convenient home study programs designed to provide professionals the training needed for license/certification renewal through the convenience of distance learning. In some states this training also qualifies for pre-service training. Independent studies can be ordered online and e-mailed directly to you. They can also be ordered by mail with express shipping. All materials are provided along with a number to reach our staff with questions or discussion about a specific training. For more information about ICDS call toll-free: 866-523-2669, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, web www.cdstudies.com.
The International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc. (ICISF) believes strongly in pre-incident education-being prepared for the unexpected traumatic incident that negatively impacts those involved. Having peers and mental health professionals trained in psychological first-aid and the tactics that make up comprehensive crisis intervention systems enables a department or organization to quickly react to the needs of its members. Training opportunities are available through our Regional Conferences, Speakers Bureau Program, and Trained Trainer Presentations.
ICISF is a non-profit, open membership foundation dedicated to the prevention and mitigation of disabling stress through the provision of: Education, training and support services for all Emergency Services and helping professions; Continuing education and training in Emergency Mental Health Services for the Mental Health Community; and Consultation in the establishment of Crisis and Disaster Response Programs for varied organizations and communities worldwide.
For more information, please see our website: www.icisf.org or contact us at (410) 750-9600.
The Kelly Foundation is dedicated to promoting the recovery process through education of counselors and a comprehensive program of instructional and self-help materials for counselors and individuals. Because it is completely faithful to the original 12 steps of
Alcoholics Anonymous, Recovery Dynamics (developed in a treatment center) is not a new approach, per se, but is highly innovative, because it is the first and only approach to build a bridge of understanding between the individual program of action and the requirements of treatment.
The Center for Information and Education about Drugs and Therapy of Drug Addicted Persons (KENTHEA) is a Pan Cyprian non-governmental, non-profit organization, which aims to unify and coordinate all voluntary organizations involved in the prevention of drug use and abuse. KENTHEA has more than 50 member organizations, currently operates 20 primary prevention programs, has Counseling Stations in all major cities, operates a Mobile Information Unit and operates the Open Therapeutic Community of Addicted Persons (TOLMI). KENTHEA recently started with the encouragement of the Pompidou Group of the Council of Europe, the Institute of Continued Education (ICE) to provide high-level education regarding addictions to professionals as well as volunteers who are involved in all levels of drug prevention. For more information, visit: www.kenthea.org.cy or send e-mail to email@example.com.
Laban's Addiction Specific Trainings is approved by NAADAC and nearly every ICRC board, as well as NBCC and ASWB (for social workers.) We offer a same day turnaround with all orders and mailing completion certificates. Choose from 30 trainings, ranging from four to fifteen hours, in areas such as Ethics, HIV/AIDS, Supervision, Cultural Diversity, Dual Diagnosis, Treatment planning, HIV/AIDS, Group techniques, and many more. We offer an email option for time crunches. Prices range from $30-$95. Outstanding discounts available for organizations and individuals for quantity purchases. Call today at 800-795-5278 for a free brochure or visit www.last-homestudy.com for web specials.
LRS Systems, LTD., Provides interactive Internet educational programs for licensed or certified professional counselors. LRS Systems allow counselors to earn their CEUs at their own convenience. Its unique programs offer state of the art technology with 100% completion without leaving one's computer.
Rhonda McKillip, M.Ed., LMHC, MAC, CCDC III, CDP, is a psychotherapist in Spokane, Washington. She offers a wide-range of training topics related to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance Disorders including Motivational Interviewing and other aspects of Dual Diagnosis, such as the Neurochemistry of Brain Disorders. As a treatment provider in private practice and the agency setting, her goal is to provide relevant evidence-based best practices designed to enhance the skills of counselors and therapists in providing quality services in the treatment setting. Ms. McKillip is a presenter at city, state, and national conferences as well as on-site workshops for the entire staff of chemical dependency and mental health service providers. Her training expertise includes being a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, member of the international Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers, instructor for The Washington Institute for Mental Illness Research & Training, and an Adjunct Faculty member at Eastern Washington University in the area of Co-Occurring Disorders. For more information, contact Rhonda McKillip at 509-258-7314, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or through Web: mckillipbasics.com.
Medical Educational Services, Inc./Professional Development Network (MEDS-PDN). Educational Offerings: Animal-Assisted Therapy (AAT); Couples Therapy with an Uncooperative Partner; Dream Therapy; Effective Couples Treatment; Ethical Principles in the Practice of the Mental Health Professional; Interventions with Aggressive and Resistant Youth; Medical Records & Privacy Issues; Mental Health & the Law; Parenthood Power Struggles; Professional Ethics in Action; Understanding and Treating Reactive Attachment Disorder: Healing without Holding!; and Understanding, Assessing and Treating Sexual Offenders. For program descriptions, locations, dates, registration and CEU information, as well as other programs and products, please call 715-836-9900 or visit our website: www.meds-pdn.com.
MEDS-PDN provides hundreds of continuing education seminars each year throughout the U.S. We specialize in providing one-day seminars that are timely, affordable and relevant. Please visit our website at www.meds-pdn.com or contact our office at 715-836-9900.
The Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center (Mid-America ATTC) has been providing training in the field of substance abuse and mental health treatment since 1993. Curriculum development, technical assistance, and working toward systems change are also integral to the Mid-America ATTC efforts. Located at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Mid-America ATTC is able to draw on the expertise of faculty members and the university research community to insure that training events and products are science-based and state-of-the-art. It is the mission of the ATTC network to unify science, education and service to transform lives. Check out our website at www.mattc.org.
Multicultural Counseling and Consulting Center (MCCC), located in San Diego, CA., is a NAADAC Approved Education Provider that offers a wide range of workshops, trainings, and seminars for licensure renewal and/or personal development and enhancement for day to day careers or simple everyday living. Our workshops and seminars can be customized to meet the specific goals and objectives of both organizations and individuals who are currently practitioners, interns, students, mental health professionals, organizational personnel, and others. We provide certificates with up to 24 CE/CME hours for attendees. A special feature of our center is to provide instructions and trainings designed to maximize effectiveness when working with persons from culturally diverse populations. Workshops, seminars, and trainings are being held nationwide (i.e. San Diego, Las Vegas, Seattle, Dallas, Chicago, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Miami and Hawaii). For more information or to be added to our mailing list, contact us @ Phone: 619-239-1970, Fax: 619-239-3348, or Email: email@example.com.
NAR Associates provides research-based home-study courses for addiction professionals. Improve outcomes for your clients with specific, practical suggestions you can implement right away. We offer the opportunity to work at your own pace, with one of our nationally known instructors at your disposal. For more information on our highly acclaimed coursework, visit our website at http://AODCEUS.com. NAR Associates, PO Box 233, Barryville, NY 12719 Phone: 845-557-8713; Fax: 845-557-6770; also accepted by most State accreditation boards.
The National Acupuncture Detoxification Association is a nonprofit organization offering training to addictions clinicians in a specialized auricular (ear) acupuncture protocol used as an adjunct to a comprehensive treatment program. More than 10,000 clinicians, at various sites in North America and globally, have received this training.
National Acupuncture Detoxification Association: PO Box 1927, Vancouver WA, 98668-1927 USA Phone 360 254 0186, Fax 360 260 8620, Email: Webmaster@Acudetox.com, Web site: www.Acudetox.com Office Manager: Jay Renaud
The National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project (NATAP) has been providing HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis treatment information to people infected and affected by these diseases since 1995. NATAP is a non-profit 501 c(3) agency that provides on-site treatment education workshops at community-based organizations. NATAP offers the most current and accurate treatment education available. Our goal is to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their medical care, as well as to provide quality education to providers working with individuals and families living with HCV/HIV. NATAP believes that clients, as well as case managers, should become better informed about available treatment option. NATAP's headquarters are located at:
580 Broadway, suite#1010, New York, New York 10012
For information regarding upcoming trainings or if you would like NATAP to visit your city; feel free to check us out on the web. www.natap.org or contact us at 888-266-2827 Fax: 212-219-8473
The National Council on Problem Gambling is the national advocate for programs and services to assist problem gamblers and their families. Over 18 hours of training are provided at our Annual Conference. The 19th Annual Conference on Prevention, Research and Treatment of Problem Gambling will be held June 23-25, 2005 at the Hotel Monte Leone in New Orleans, LA. For more information, go to: www.ncpgambling.org
New England Educational Institute (NEEI) is a not-for-profit organization providing advanced educational programs to meet the theoretical and practical needs of medical professionals, mental health professionals, educators, and parents. These educational symposia are designed to meet the theoretical and practical needs of mental health professionals. Founded in 1983, NEEI has become one of the country's largest providers of continuing professional education for mental health specialists. Over 60,000 counselors, psychologists, social workers, nurses, and psychiatrists, medical specialists and educators have participated in New England Educational Institute's symposia conducted throughout the United States. For more information, call (413) 499-1489 or visit us on the Web at www.neei.org.
The New England Institute of Addiction Studies
The New England Institute of Addiction Studies is dedicated to the education of professionals, volunteers, and the general public concerning alcohol and drug prevention and treatment issues. The Institute is the primary organization through which the New England State Alcohol and Drug Agencies develop and deliver regional educational events. The Institute offers several educational events per year supporting workforce development and skill building of the professionals and volunteers who provide services for substance abuse prevention, intervention, treatment, and recovery organizations. Offerings for 2005 include: 36th Annual New England School of Addiction Studies-June 20-24, 2005, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts. 5th Annual New England School of Prevention Studies-July 25-28, 2005, Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island. 13th Annual New England School of Best Practices in Addiction Treatment Advanced Addiction Treatment & Opioid Dependence Treatment Coursework-August 22-25, 2005, Waterville Valley Resort and Conference Center, New Hampshire.
The Institute works with other educational institutions on a wide variety of projects of interest to the substance abuse field. For further information: New England Institute of Addiction Studies, 75 Stone St., Augusta, ME 04330. Web Address: www.neias.org, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 207-621-2549, Fax: 207-621-2550.
PeachTree Professional Education We are www.FastCEUs.com! State, National & NAADAC #205 Approved Online CE Courses with Instant-Access and Same Day Certificates and Audio & Video Home Study CE Courses for the Addiction Professional. Also see our Smoking Cessation Program Materials and Certification Programs for Treatment Specialties at www.CigaretteFreedom.com 800 390-9536 www.FastCEUs.com
PESI HealthCare is improving the quality of mental health and healthcare services by providing quality continuing education to nurses, pa's, counselors, physicians, social workers, psychologists, therapists, and other professionals nationwide. Earn continuing education credit, sharpen your skills and advance your career through our many products, programs, and services. PESI HealthCare has been satisfying continuing educational needs for healthcare and mental health professionals with our high quality live seminars, audio products and publications. Our goal is to provide you with current, accurate, and practical information from the most experienced and knowledgeable speakers and authors available. www.pesihealthcare.com 1-800-472-6930, 200 Spring Street, Eau Claire, WI 54703
Portland Community College Institute for Health Professionals (IHP) in Portland, Oregon, has been a NAADAC Approved Education Provider since 2001. IHP develops quality and affordable continuing education programs within a variety of disciplines to assist health care professionals in keeping their skills and knowledge up-to-date. While the majority of courses are held in Portland, some are available for distance learning via the Internet. See our web page, www.healthprofessionals.edu for a complete list of available courses and to access online registration, or call 503 731 6628 for more information.
The Professional Training Series, is sponsored by Park Center, Inc., a private, nonprofit, counseling and psychiatric center for adults, adolescents, children and families in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Park Center is celebrating over 20 years of excellence in mental health education conducted by some of the most notable presenters in the field. Continuing education credit is available for mental health counselors, addiction counselors, marriage & family therapists, law enforcement personnel, psychologists, and social workers. We are also a field placement site for associates, bachelors, masters and pre-doctoral level students. For more information about our workshops or student placement opportunities, please visit our web site at www.parkcenter.org or you can contact Gin Moore, Professional Development Coordinator, at email@example.com or by phone at 260-482-9125 ext. 2188.
Psychotherapy Networker www.psychotherapynetworker.org, Jim Foreman--Symposium Director, 202-291-1252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, 7705 13th Street N.W.--Washington, DC 20012
We offer a bi-monthly magazine for counselors, social workers, and marriage & family therapists. Each issue offers 2 CE credits. We also offer a variety of telecourses for mental health professionals with 6 CE credits per course. We have audio home study courses available which also offer 6 CE per course. Join us at our 28th Annual Networker Symposium, "Beyond Psychology--Expanding Our Models of Relationship, Change, & Consciousness," March 17th-20th, 2005 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C. The Networker Symposium offers over 150 workshops over a four-day period and is attended by over 3,200 Counselors, Psychologists, Social Workers, Marriage & Family Therapists and Psychotherapists. For more conference information and to receive a brochure call 800-990-1066 ext 4 or email Symposium@cmehelp.com.
Recovery Consultants of Atlanta, Inc. (RCA, Inc.) is a grassroots, faith-based HIV and substance use treatment program created to serve the needs of metro-Atlanta's African American substance using community. Founded in 1999 by a group of concerned, committed and spiritually centered members of metro-Atlanta's 12-step and faith-based recovery community, RCA, Inc. is currently funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT), a division of the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), in the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), as a faith-based Recovery Community Services Program (RCSP) and as a Targeted Capacity Expansion for Substance Use and HIV Prevention (TCE: HIV) program. RCA, Inc. is the lead agency of a faith-based coalition that includes 6 predominately African American churches, 3 historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and 10 transitional housing programs. Together we provide support services for individuals and families impacted by substance use disorders. The services we provide include linking active substance users to addictive disorders and mental health programs as a method for reducing substance use and HIV infection. In addition, we provide substance use education for individuals and families in HIV high risk categories, HIV and substance use prevention presentations for faith institutions (churches), transportation and child care for parents seeking both faith based and 12 step support group services, a free-monthly training for individuals in recovery interested in pursuing careers as addiction counselors, and transitional housing for individuals and families in early recovery.
The Regional Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Counselor Training (RADACT) Program, founded in 1992, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing training opportunities to individuals beginning their trek towards chemical dependency counselor certification, clinical supervision and administration. RADACT provides, coordinates and delivers trainings in Alaska; develops distance delivery courses; and collaborates on major training events, such as, the Annual School of Additions and the Prevention Symposium.
RADACT also offers a three-week intense training academy twice each year. Contact: Marjorie Chord The Regional Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Training Program, 1251 Muldoon Road, Suite 113 * Anchorage, AK 99504, Phone: 907-563-9202 * Fax: 907-562-7948, E-mail: email@example.com
Sage Training is a national provider of CE programs for addictions and mental health professionals since 1983. Courses provide Best Practice information to practitioners, specializing in treatment of co-occurring disorders. Sample courses include "Treatment of the Personality Disorders in a CD Setting;" "Treatment of the Borderline Client in a CD Setting;" "Advanced Relapse Prevention;" "Motivational Interviewing;" "Intermediate and Advanced Interviewing Skills Training." For a full description of courses visit our website at www.sagetraining.com. You may also contact Michele Packard, Ph.D. at 303.443-3920, or firstname.lastname@example.org for help in setting up an in-service training and any other information. Michele Packard, Ph.D. Sage Training, PO Box 862 Boulder, CO, 80306.
The SASSI Institute is the developer, publisher and distributor of substance abuse measures that help identify people with substance use disorders. It's our mission to help human service practitioners promote early intervention and treatment for those suffering from alcohol and other drug problems. The Institute conducts ongoing research, consultation, and training to improve the accuracy and utility of our instruments. SASSI trainings are conducted throughout the U.S. and Canada. For more information contact: The SASSI Institute 201, Camelot Lane, Springville, IN. 47462. Phone: 800-726-0526, 800-546-7995 www.ssassi.com. Mindy Caron, Training Director: email@example.com
Sierra Tucson is internationally known and respected as a leader in the prevention, education, and treatment of addictions and behavioral disorders. Dually licensed as a special psychiatric hospital and behavioral health facility, Sierra Tucson has helped individuals rebuild their lives for over 20 years. Sierra Tucson developed and implements the holistic and comprehensive Sierra Model(r) of treatment, which delves beyond the presenting symptoms to identify and resolve each person's underlying issues. Professional, caring staff incorporates the 12-Step philosophy with psychiatric and integrative therapies to create truly individualized treatment programs. With expertise in treating coexisting disorders, Sierra Tucson offers medical services and treatment for Alcohol and Chemical Dependency, Eating Disorders, Trauma/Abuse, Sexual Compulsivity, Mood Disorders and a wide range of addictive and mental disorders. Committed to helping clinical professionals grow in their knowledge and effectiveness, Sierra Tucson presents and sponsors many educational conferences and workshops around the United States and internationally. For information about Sierra Tucson's programs or events, please call 800-842-4487 or visit www.SierraTucson.com. (Accredited by JCAHO.)
Sundown M Ranch: The Annual Merrill Scott Symposium focuses on providing the most current information for delivering effective chemical dependency treatment. The Symposium is dedicated to providing a high quality and meaningful educational experience. The information presented is designed for chemical dependency counselors, agency directors and administrators, nurses, physicians, attorneys, law enforcement, and anyone who assists individuals in achieving quality recovery. Our mailing and Internet addresses are as follows: Sundown M Ranch, PO Box 217, Selah, WA, 98942 800-326-7444. www.sundown.org
Training Partners[TM] provides addiction-specific state-of-the-art education to chemical dependency treatment professionals and other interested participants. Trainers have a minimum of 15 years of treatment administration and clinical experience, as well as teaching experience. Onsite customized training is available.
Call 800-672-3166 or to view our current offerings visit our website at: http://www.lanstat.com/trainingpartners.html
Sherry Kimbrough, M.S., NCAC II, Vice President, Lanstat Incorporated
Training Resources Associates, Inc "We practice the art of training."
TRA is a board approved human development consulting company that specializes in: workforce development training, career development/continuing education, addictions counselor training, information technology, and human resources development. We provide services for community-based organizations, federal & state government agencies, the faith-based community, educational institutions, health professionals, social service agencies, and individual clients. We also provide on-going Addictions Counselor training. Consider TRA for your corporate events. We are located in Maryland in a state-of-the-art building, 3 blocks from a metro stop, close to the beltway and have a great conference/training room. For more information, to enroll in our CAC class or book our training room, please contact the office.
9701 Apollo Dr., Suite 103, Largo, MD 20774, Phone: (301) 773-0801, Fax: (301) 773-0479, Website: www.tra90.com, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transformations Incorporated: Holistic Education and Training for Addiction Professionals. Since 1980, Transformations has pioneered in teaching effective, integrative therapeutic techniques that increase self-care responsibility and vitality to care givers and those they serve. 17 home study seminars including Spiritual Psychology and Family Systems Study and Application. 9 S.E.L.F. Guided Certificate and Academic Courses including Psychology of the Creative Spiritual Life and Transformational Psychology. New onsite Workshops including Embracing Diversity; Introduction to the Healing Arts; and Introduction to Breath-work for Counselors (leading to Breathworker Certification). 4200 W. Good Hope Rd. Milwaukee, WI 53209. Phone: 414-351-5770 Fax: 414-351-5760 email@example.com www.transformationsusa.com
The University of Cincinnati's College of Education provides both an undergraduate and graduate program in Addictions Studies. The undergraduate degree provides all of the academic courses and clock hour requirements for Licensure in the state of Ohio.
The program is also offered in Distance Learning through Video Conference at ten locations in the state of Ohio. The College of Education also has a Masters Degree program in Criminal Justice, with a focus on Addictions. This is a "clinical track" which is accredited by the Ohio Credentialing Division of ODADAS and meets the Academic requirements of Licensure. Visit our web site at www.uc.edu for more information.
Women and Addiction Home Study Program
The Women and Addiction Home Study Program offers affordable, quality provider-approved home study courses for NAADAC/CAADAC Addiction Counselors, MFCCs, LCSWs and Registered Nurses. The courses are written specifically for healthcare professionals in need of continuing education units for license and/or certification renewal. Courses can be completed in your home or office at your own pace. Earning CEUs is as easy as one, two, three: 1.) Read the course materials; 2.) Answer a few simple multiple-choice questions; and, 3.) FAX or mail in your answer sheet to receive your certificate. Visit our web site at www.women-addiction.com or call for a free brochure at (951) 303-0236. 43522 Modena Drive, Temecula CA 92592-9235.
Phone/FAX: (951) 303-0236. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Z-Tech Corp.--SAMHSA's Center for Substance Abuse Prevention offers a variety of online courses geared toward caregivers and professionals who are interested in learning more about substance abuse and violence prevention. The courses offer a variety of interactive features, including case studies, quizzes, demonstrations, and screening tools that are designed to enhance the learning experience. For more information visit http://preventionpathways.samhsa.gov or contact Karen Vasquez via E-mail at email@example.com or call 301-315-2829.
The following organizations are NAADAC Approved Education Providers That did not submit extended entries for this directory. You can contact them at the listed mailing addresses or websites (where available) to inquire about the education and training opportunities they provide.
American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence
217 Broadway, Suite 304; New York, NY 10007
Phone: 212-566-5555 * Fax: 212-349-2944
American Foundation for Addiction Research
Wickenburg, AZ 85390.
Phone: 866-600-2327 * Fax: 928-684-4420
American Group Psychotherapy Association
25 E 21st St 6th FI
New York, NY 10010
Phone: 212-477-2677 * Fax: 212-979-6627
American Institute of Medical Education
3837 Winford Dr
Tarzana, CA 91356
American Probation and Parole Association
PO Box 11910
Lexington, KY 40511
Phone: 859-244-8211 * Fax: 859-244-8001
Assertive Community Treatment Association
810 E Grand River Ave Ste 102
Brighton, MI 48116
Phone: 810-227-1859 * Fax: 810-227-5785
Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology
6506 McLannan Ave
Lake Balboa, CA 91406
Phone: 818-782-6859 * Fax: 818-994-9678
Betty Ford Center
39000 Bob Hope Dr
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Phone: 760-674-8178 * Fax: 760-674-9325
535 Saddle Dr
Helena, MT 59601
Bradford Health Services
2101 Magnolia Ave S Ste 518
Birmingham, AL 35205
Phone: 205-251-7753 * Fax: 205-251-7760
Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare, Inc.
525 NE Oregon Ste 350
Portland, OR 97232
Phone: 503-238-0780 * Fax: 503-231-0571
CE 4 Therapists
13230 Jay St NW
Coon Rapids, MN 55448
2801 McGaw Ave
Irvine, CA 92614
Phone: 949-250-1008 * Fax: 949-250-7837
Community Intervention, Inc.
529 S 7th St Ste 570
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: 612-332-6537 * Fax: 612-342-2388
Continuing Psychology Education
PO Box 9659
San Diego, CA 92169
Criminal Justice Addiction Services
2580 Robb St
Lakewood, CO 80215-1255
Phone: 303-232-0767 * Fax: 303-232-0767
Cross Country University
1645 Murfreesboro Rd, Ste J
Nashville, TN 37217
Phone: 615-331-4422 * Fax: 615-331-4415
PO Box 90727 River Road
Nashville, TN 37205
Phone: 615-353-4379 * Fax: 615-353-4325
Hal C. Darst
PO Box 228
Eugene, OR 97440
Division on Addictions Harvard Medical School
401 Park Dr 2nd FI E
Boston, MA 02215
God's Law Against Drunkenness and Drugs
8313 Township Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117
6910 N Main St Unit 29
Granger, IN 4630-9680
Phone: 574-247-1109 * Fax: 574-247-9680
Management Assistance Corporation
11821 Parklawn Dr Ste 100
Rockville, MD 20852
Phone: 301-468-6008 * Fax: 301-468-2242
24100 43rd Ave W
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043
Phone: 206-650-8661 * Fax: 206-650-8661
National AIDS Treatment Advocacy Project
580 Broadway, Ste 1010
New York, NY 10012
Phone: 212-219-0106 * Fax: 212-219-8473
National Association of Continuing Education
8030 Peters Rd Ste D105
Plantation, FL 33324
Phone: 954-415-0758 * Fax: 561-431-5786
National Association of Social Workers
4 Beacon St Ste 409
Boston, MA 02108
Phone: 617-227-9635 * Fax: 617-227-9877
National Council For Community Behavioral Healthcare
12300 Twinbrook Pkwy Ste 320
Rockville, MD 20852
Phone: 301-598-5811 * Fax: 301-881-7159
North American Training Institute
314 W Superior St Ste 702
Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: 218-722-1503 * Fax: 218-722-0346
Penn Services Group Inc
407 W Lincoln Hwy., Ste 500
Exton, PA 19341
Phone: 610-524-6290 * Fax: 610-524-1727
Professional Development Resources
4505 Beach Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Phone: 904-346-0098 * Fax: 904-367-0065
PsychoEducational Resources, Inc.
PO Box 2196
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Phone: 800-892-9249 * Fax: 352-473-0878
R. Kibben Company
388 Roslyn PI.
Minneapolis, MN 55419
Phone: 612-387-9175 * Fax: 612-866-7185
PO Box 948
Barnegat, NJ 08005
Phone: 609-660-9371 * Fax: 609-660-8828
Rhea Jacobson Management
10615 NE 30th Ave
Vancouver, WA 98686
Phone: 360-573-7502 * Fax: 360-573-8101
Rivera Sierra & Company
32 Court St., Ste 1200
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Phone: 718-858-0066 * Fax: 718-858-0551
Rutgers University Center of Alcohol Studies
607 Allison Rd.
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8001
Phone: 732-445-4317 * Fax: 732-445-3500
South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium
222 Tongass Dr.
Sitka, AK 99835
Phone: 907-966-8541 * Fax: 907-966-2489
Southeastern Health Education Center
503 N. Main
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: 719-544-7833 * Fax: 719-544-7955
Southern Coastal International Conference (SCIC)
118 Winston Dr.
Brunswick, GA 31525
Phone: 912-638-5530 * Fax: 912-638-5529
The Change Companies
5221 Sigstrom Dr.
Carson City, NV 89706
Phone: 888-889-8866 * Fax: 775-885-0643
The Gospel Clinic
6495 New Hampshire Ave, Ste. # 100
Hyattsville, MD 20783
Phone: 301-270-8006 * Fax: 301-270-8006
The Healing Arts Research and Training Center
200 Garland St
Memphis, TN 38104
Phone: 901-828-1332 * Fax: 901-726-4281
553 W Wickenburg Way
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Phone: 800-420-1616 * Fax: 928-684-1149
The Meehan Institute
5110 Old Ellis Pt.
Roswell, GA 30076
Phone: 770-751-8383 * Fax: 770-751-7282
Training and Consulting Services
718 Quince Orchard Blvd, Ste. # 202
Gaithersburg, MD 20878
Phone: 202-859-9000 * Fax: 202-483-4255
PO Box 442
South Easton, MA 02375
Tucker Educational Group
HC 68 Box 2103
Kirkland, AZ 86332
US Journal Training, Inc.
3201 SW 15th St
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
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|Date:||May 1, 2005|
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