This training is being held at the Spring SDAAPP Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the buzzword in mental health and substance abuse treatment. With over 100 CBT techniques available to facilitate addiction recovery, knowing which to use, how to use, and why to use can be daunting for any professional. A myriad of treatment planning books and evidence-based manuals attempt to simplify CBT, so why do so many professionals struggle with helping others recover from addiction? This dynamic training will answer this question by breaking-down the complexity of CBT to help you learn the fundamentals of behavioral therapy, and then cognitive therapy, so that you can easily and effectively implement manualized interventions to obtain evidence-based sobriety for those battling chemical and process addictions.
Trainer: Jason H. King, PhD, DCMHS
The New England ATTC is pleased to announce our 1st regional adolescent conference! This continuing education conference is designed for treatment providers and health care professionals who are looking to improve the care of adolescents affected by or at risk of substance use, HIV, and/or HCV. This conference is relevant for professionals from a broad range of settings such as substance use treatment agencies, behavioral health care agencies, juvenile justice, schools, primary care, child welfare, and other allied health settings.