(WEBINAR) Cycles of Addiction

CE Type:*Cert of Attendance Only

# of CE's: Certificate of Attendance only

Certificate of Attendance only

 

About This Course

This course highlights the significance of flexibility in adjusting OP treatment to meet changing treatment needs. OP treatment needs to be flexible, individualized, and allows individuals to move through LOCs as needed and should not be a one size fits all prescription. Also, this course examines and explores development, implementation and reflection of understanding about utilization of detox criteria and procedures. In addition, Cycles of Addiction looks to provide and reinforce a clear, consistent language to be utilized across all appropriate bodies and entities.

 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Match patients to appropriate types and Levels of Care.
  2. Clinical guidelines designed to improve assessment and outcomes-driven treatment and recovery services.
  3. Enhance the use of multidimensional assessments to develop.

 

 

Intended Audience: 

General public, clinical and non-clinical employees

 

Instructional Level: 

Introductory.

 

Completion Requirements: 

Participants must attend entire session, participate in all activities, and submit an evaluation within 7 days of training to receive a certificate. Certificates of Attendance will be available to download from the Learning Hub once the evaluation is successfully submitted.

 

Credit Statements:

No CE's are being offered for this course. Certificates of Attendance only

Course Instructors

July 26, 2022

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).

October 3, 2022

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).

March 6, 2023

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).

July 24, 2023

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).

November 6, 2023

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).

May 6, 2024

Bernard Alexander

He/Him

BHTEN

Addictions Recovery Training Specialist

MAC

Bernard has worked with diverse populations, including, youth, families, re-entry, D&A, MH, and more, in clinical and therapeutic settings for over 10 years. He has interacted with varying groups including a wide range of ages, professions, as well as, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. He has provided peer support, psycho-education and therapy on substance abuse, co-occurrence, recovery support, maintenance, crisis intervention, community support services, as well as, facilitated individual and group therapy in residential and outpatient settings. He is experienced with collaboration across city-wide behavioral and human service systems, including behavioral health, child welfare, probation and parole, and judicial entities. Bernard is knowledgeable in Philadelphia’s behavioral health systems structure and services. He has provided formal and informal group training on quality of life, effective parenting, trauma, anxiety, depression, mental health disorders, career and educational transitions, recidivism, toxic masculinity and spirituality, to name a few. His work has consistently highlighted the value of evidence-based trauma-informed care and cultural relevance, and has a particular passion and expertise with working with underserved and marginalized communities; and believe that social justice is an important component of holistic therapeutic healing. He earned his Masters of Arts in Counseling degree from Mission Seminary (formerly Biblical Theological Seminary).