Searchable Pre-Service Educational Resources

SUD Substance Use Disorder (SUD) services are becoming more integrated with mental and physical health care. With this evolution, pre-service education programs need to evaluate how generalist and specialist health and behavioral health practitioners are prepared to enter the workforce. This website presents many educational materials that can support the education of a variety of professionals (doctors, nurses, social workers, etc.) regarding SUDs

Title Type Description
The Need for Integrated Behavioral Health Care in the US Slide Set
Module 1 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Disease Burden
Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Models Slide Set
Module 2 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Medical Model; Biopsychosocial Model; Prevention and Wellness Model; Chronic Care Model
The Evolution of the Healthcare System Slide Set
Module 3 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Electronic Health Record

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Slide Set
Module 4 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; ACA; Affordable Care Act

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Health Disparities, Health Equity, and Social Justice in Integrated Behavioral Health Care Slide Set
Module 5 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Health disaprities; Minority Populations
Funding for Integrated Behavioral Health Care Services Slide Set
Module 6 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare
Implementing Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Slide Set
Module 7 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare
Policy Advocacy and Integrated Behavioral Care Slide Set
Module 8 of the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare
An Introduction to Integrated Healthcare and the Culture of Health Slide Set
Module 1 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Chronic Care Model; Medical Homes
Applying Theories, Perspectives, and Practice Models to Integrated Health Slide Set
Module 3 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Theory
Engagement and Relationship Building in Integrated Health Slide Set
Module 4 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare
Comprehensive Assessment Slide Set
Module 5 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Assessment
Structured and Standardized Assessments Slide Set
Module 6 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Assessment
Addressing Common Behavioral Health Problems in Primary Care Slide Set
Module 7 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Primary Care; Behavioral Health; Mental Health; 5 A's; Depression; Diabetes
Cross-Cultural Issues in Integrated Care Slide Set
Module 8 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Cultural Competency
Medication and Integrated Healthcare Slide Set
Module 9 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare."

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Keywords: Integrated Healthcare
Interventions in Integrated Healthcare Slide Set
Module 11 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Interventions

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Motivational Interviewing Overview Slide Set
Module 12 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Motivational Interviewing

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Responding to Resistance Slide Set
Module 13 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Motivational Interviewing

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Complementary and Alternative Body-Mind-Spirit Practices Slide Set
Module 14 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Alternative Medicine

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Evaluation of Client Progress and Treatment Effectiveness Slide Set
Module 15 of the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Keywords: Integrated Healthcare; Evaluation; Treatment Effectiveness
Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare: Syllabus Syllabus
Syllabus to the course "Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare." Course description: The objective of this course is to introduce social work students to the direct practice of integrated behavioral health in primary care. Keywords: University Course; Integrated Healthcare
Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice in Integrated Healthcare: Course Course/Training
Slide Set
Syllabus
Course description: The objective of this course is to introduce social work students to the direct practice of integrated behavioral health in primary care. Keywords: University Course; Integrated Healthcare Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Integrated Health Policy and Services: Syllabus Syllabus
Syllabus to the course "Integrated Health Policy and Services" Course description: The purpose of this course is to provide intensive study of the evolution of the integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health services and to provide an opportunity for synthesis and application of learning and practice of policy in this service arena. Keywords: University Course; Integrated Healthcare
Integrated Health Policy and Services: Course Course/Training
Slide Set
Syllabus
Course description: The purpose of this course is to provide intensive study of the evolution of the integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health services and to provide an opportunity for synthesis and application of learning and practice of policy in this service arena. Keywords: University Course; Integrated Healthcare Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Epidemiology of Substance Use Slide Set
Lecture 1 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Dependence Versus Problem Use Slide Set
Lecture 1 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Evidence Base for Brief Interventions Slide Set
Lecture 1 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Fundamentals of SBIRT Slide Set
Lecture 2 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Introduction to Screening Tools Slide Set
Lecture 2 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Alcohol, Drug and Tobacco Screening Tools Slide Set
Lecture 2 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Enhancing Patient Motivation Slide Set
Lecture 3 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Core Components of Motivational Interviewing Slide Set
Lecture 3 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Stages of Change and Substance Abuse Interventions Slide Set
Lecture 3 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
The SBIRT Referral Process Slide Set
Lecture 4 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Establishing Linkages with Substance Abuse Treatment Providers Slide Set
Lecture 4 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Medication-Assisted Treatment Slide Set
Lecture 4 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Introduction to Alcohol Interventions Slide Set
Lecture 5 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Alcohol Screening Slide Set
Lecture 5 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Special Populations Slide Set
Lecture 5 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Introduction to Drug Use Slide Set
Lecture 6 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Drug and Tobacco Screening Tools Slide Set
Lecture 6 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Drug and Tobacco Interventions Slide Set
Lecture 6 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Introduction to SBIRT For Adolescents Slide Set
Lecture 7 Part 1 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Screening Adolescents Slide Set
Lecture 7 Part 2 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
SBIRT in Acute Care Settings Slide Set
Lecture 7 Part 3 of 3 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
SBIRT Implementation Slide Set
Lecture 8 for the course "Integrated Behavioral Health Interventions for Substance Use."
Abnormal Behavior Syllabus
Course description: An introduction to the literature concerning maladaptive behavior including characteristics, classification, diagnosis, and treatment modalities. Topics include factors associated with defining and identifying abnormal behavior. Keywords: Mental Health; Co-ocurring disorder
Addicted Family Intervention Syllabus
Course description: This course studies the family as a dynamic system focusing on the effects of addiction on family roles, rules and behavior patterns. Discussion will include the effects of mood-altering substances, behaviors, and therapeutic alternatives as they relate to the family from a multicultural and transgenerational perspective.
Adolescent Substance Use Disorders: Prevention and Intervention Syllabus
Course description: This course examines the incidence and etiology of chemical dependence and its impact on adolescents, families, and society. The course also addresses physiological, psychosocial, and cultural aspects of psychoactive substances in relation to adolescents, adolescent assessment techniques and classification of substance use disorders, and special characteristics of adolescents of diverse population groups, particularly those at high risk.
Assessment Skills for Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Syllabus
Course description: This course examines procedures by which a counselor/program identifies and evaluates an individual's strengths, weaknesses, problems, and needs which will be used in the development of a treatment plan.
Basic Counseling Skills Syllabus
Course description: This course is designed to facilitate development of the basic communication skills necessary to develop an effective helping relationship with clients.
Basic Learning Theory Syllabus
Course description: This course in basic learning theory teaches students how learning takes place and provides opportunities to practice various learning strategies.
Case Management Syllabus
Course description: This course will provide an overview of the process involved in case management and the skills needed to effectively design and implement treatment plans with individuals who present with substance and behavioral addictions.
Co-Occurring Disorders Syllabus
Course description: This course will provide the student with an understanding of co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders, how such individuals are treated and how case management is conducted.
Counseling Alcohol and Other Addictions Syllabus
Course description: Advanced examination of skills, confidentiality, and ethical guidelines applied in the counseling, treatment, and recovery of substance use disorders.
Current Issues in AOD Syllabus
Course description: This course focuses on current issues impacting addiction. Living with drugs, how drugs work-their use and addiction; major drugs involved in substance use disorders (SUD); drugs and crime; the social impact of drugs; prevention, treatment and education are addressed.
Drug Use and Drug Use Disorders Syllabus
Course description: This course covers current data and studies in addiction, including practical information and interviews from staff members and clients in facilities offering substance use disorder treatment.
Field Experience in the Mental Health Agency Syllabus
Course description: The primary goal of this course is to provide advanced undergraduate psychology majors the opportunity to observe the daily operations of an addiction/mental health center.
Group Work Intervention Syllabus
Course description: Examination of the various stages of the group work treatment process with emphasis on roles, tasks, and potential problem areas. Topics include mechanics of group function, structure of groups, communication patterns within groups, effective group facilitation skills, and techniques used to address special population issues and needs.
Interviewing and Counseling Theories Syllabus
Course description: An introduction to Major theories of various treatment modalities including client-centered, psychodynamic, rational-emotive, and reality therapy. Topics include cognitive/behavioral approaches such as behavior modification, life skills training, and an introduction to experimental therapies.
Introduction to Alcohol and Other Drugs Syllabus
Course description: This course discusses the causes and consequences of addiction as they relate to the individual, family, community, and society. Response alternatives regarding intervention, treatment, education, and prevention are reviewed.
Introduction to Social Work Syllabus
Course description: The course begins the discussion of helpers and of helping. Students will learn how to recognize and deal with mental illness and will be introduced to issues in mental health. Course topics include units on mental illness, cognitive and other disabilities, substance use disorders (SUD), domestic and intimate partner violence, suicide, ethics, the helper and special problems faced by helpers. Keywords: Mental Health; Co-ocurring disorder
Multicultural Counseling Syllabus
Course description: Characteristics of minorities and diverse populations encountered by counselors. Includes issues among those groups which affect the counseling process.
Pharmacology of Addictions Syllabus
Course description: This course provides an overview of the psychological, physiological, and sociological effects of alcohol and other drugs, and their implications for the addiction process are discussed. Emphasis is placed on pharmacological effects of tolerance, physiological dependence and withdrawal, cross addiction, and drug interaction.
Principles of Recovery and Relapse Prevention Syllabus
Course description: Major themes of the course include the passages of recovery, relapse prevention principles, relapse warning signs, the 12-step approach to recovery, spirituality and general wellness concepts.
Professional and Ethical Considerations Syllabus
Course description: This course examines ethical issues, codes of ethics, and professionalism associated with counseling. This course will also introduce students to the 12 Core Functions & Global Criteria of the Addictions Counselor as initial preparation to complete requirements for licensure as a chemical dependency counselor.
Special Topics in Alcohol and Other Drug Use Syllabus
Course description: This course is designed to enhance the student’s understanding of selected topics in the area of addiction counseling, including the preparation for the licensed chemical dependency counselor examination process. The selected topic will be designed to give insight into the complex fields of druguse disorders, compulsive behaviors, treatment, recovery and prevention or how to prepare for the licensure examination.
Prevention of Substance Use Disorders I Course description: This course will focus on aspects of substance use disorder prevention from a public health model. Topics include the history of prevention, risk and protective factors among youth, community-based prevention strategies, an overview of program design and evaluation, and resources for prevention planning.
Prevention of Substance Use Disorders II Syllabus
Course description: This course is an advanced substance use disorder prevention course. Using the reduction of underage drinking as a model for prevention, the course will focus on aspects of substance use disorder prevention from a public health model, including characteristics and consequences of underage use, and environmental factors that contribute to youth use of substances. Keywords; Adolescents
Professional Development Syllabus
Course description: This course explores selected current events, skills, knowledge, and behaviors pertinent to the student’s occupational readiness and performance. Topics may include counselor portfolios, licensure test preparation, community service and other topics relevant to professional development. Students will be required to complete a written case presentation.
A Revised Spanish Training Curriculum Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Syllabus
Course description: The goal of this training course is teach participants how to develop their skills to deliver Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). The assumption in designing this course is that participants have already completed the self-paced online course (Foundations of SBIRT) that introduced the topic of SBIRT.
Problems of Substance Abuse and Addiction Syllabus
Syllabus for the course "Problems of Substance Abuse and Addiction." Course description: A generalist course in addiction counseling at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). The course provides an overview of the current state of addiction counseling and prevention services. It is designed for individuals who plan to work indirectly with individuals or families impacted by addiction (e.g., child welfare workers, police officers, nurses, teachers, etc.). Keywords: University Course

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

Courses by colleges and universities in the South Southwest Region ATTC Course/Training
List of available alcohol and drug courses and practicum offered at colleges and universities in the South Southwest Region ATTC

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Mercer University Southeast Consortium for Substance Abuse Training Curriculum Description Course/Training
Description of Southeastern Consortium for Substance Abuse Training (SECSAT) SBIRT training initiative, integrating SBIRT training programs in four family medicine and internal medicine residency programs in the southeast.

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
SBIRT Training Materials Catalog Course/Training
List of trainings offered by various institutes/organizations, cost and contact information, and a list of associated course materials and resources

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Southeastern Consortium for Substance Abuse Training Online Course/Training
Online SBIRT training courses for APRNs, Physicians and Physician Assistants, Preceptors. Course/training description: The Southeastern Consortium for Substance Abuse Training (SECSAT) is a project designed to increase training among resident programs in the Southeast, and to encourage and enable these residents to implement SBIRT in their future primary care practices.

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.

SBIRT Core Training Program: Screening, Brief Interventions, and Referral to Treatment Online Course/Training
Internet-based training which covers all SBIRT skills and opportunity to practice skills via simulated cases

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
The Employee Assistance Professional's Guide to Screening, Brief Intervention and Treatment (SBIRT): Learner's guide Training Guide
First two chapters of the guide. Keywords: EAP

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
The Addiction Professional's Guide to Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT): Learner's guide Training Guide
First two chapters of the guide. Keywords: Addiction Professional; Screening, Brief Intervention & Referral to Treatment (SBIRT);

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Strategic Plan for Interdisciplinary Faculty Development: Arming the Nation's Health Professional Workforce for a New Approach to Substance Use Disorders Professional Guidelines
The Strategic Plan presents a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to broad-based interdisciplinary development of the faculty, educational tools, and clinical skills needed for our country to address this high-priority health problem.

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Competencies Professional Guidelines
This document describes entry-level competencies for graduates of master’s and post-master’s programs preparing psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioners. Developed for the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties.

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Mountain West Addiction Treatment Services Minor Relationship to Addiction Counseling Competencies (TAP 21) Professional Guidelines
Course/Training
List of competencies linking the Minor in Addiction Counseling at the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) to the TAP 21 Addiction Counseling Competencies. Keywords: Professional Competencies

Disclaimer: This resource was developed prior to the launch of the ATTC Network's initiative on person-first and recovery oriented language. As such, it uses outdated terminology that is not aligned with current standards. Network representatives were unable to obtain permission to modify the existing resource, and recommend that should you use these sources to develop your own, that you embrace the current language best practices.
Defining and Assessing Professional Competence 2002 JAMA article

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