Treatment Planning MATRS is designed for both the experienced counselor as well as the beginning counselor. The focus of the training is to assist the counselor who works in Substance Use Disorder Treatment to utilize information from the ASAM criteria as well as the assessment information to formulate a reliable treatment plan for the client. Participants will be provided a scenario from which they will work to create a professional treatment plan based on the principles of MATRS (Measurable, Attainable, Time-limited, Realistic and Specific). Participants will focus on improving skills in individualized treatment planning.
This is a Private Event, open only to King County Providers.
This one-day workshop for King County health professionals will help better assess suicide risk, plan treatment, and manage the ongoing care of clients at-risk for suicide. Behavioral health providers play a crucial role in preventing suicides and yet, many providers report that they feel inadequately trained to assess, treat, and manage suicidal clients.
This a Private Event for King County providers only. Registration is not open to the public.
The trend toward legalization of medical and recreational cannabis presents behavioral health clinicians with unique challenges. This course summarizes current research literature related to the effects of cannabis on the mental and physical health of adolescents and adults. Evidence-based strategies and specific handouts to engage clients in productive discussions about their cannabis use will be practiced and shared in addition to multimedia resources for further study.