The Northeast & Caribbean ATTC (NeC-ATTC) is offering two eight-week, 20-hour, web-based online learning series that provide interactive training and consultation to professionals delivering behavioral health services in an online environment. Workwise is structured to provide online interactive training, skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussion in topics essential to utilizing technology to provide clinical services.

Each series requires the following participant commitment and expectations:

  • Complete a one-hour session, prior to series enrollment, in order to demonstrate mastery of the basic technology skills required to Participate
  • Commit to 8-weeks of training, for 1.5 hours weekly (scheduled days and times provided)
  • Have access to appropriate technology to utilize online videoconferencing platform (i.e., web-camera)
  • Be prepared and actively participate during scheduled series time
  • Completion of ONE hour of weekly home work

Cost to participate in a series

The first 30 registrants will receive a scholarship that covers the entire $250 cost of participation. As a scholarship recipient and in order to receive Continuing Education Units, it is expected participants will complete the one-hour orientation session; be prepared for and join each session; and actively engage in group discussions. Missed sessions will result in the participant reimbursing the NeC-ATTC for the entire cost of the scholarship.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Each of the series has been approved for a total of 20 contact hours through the National Association for Addiction Professionals (NAADAC), International Certification & Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC), and the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) ACEP No. 6492. No credit will be awarded for non-attendance or partial attendance. Note: For NYS Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselors, OASAS will accept NAADAC hours for re-credentialing purposes

The knowledge and skills learned should be applied within the framework of any applicable Operating and/or Credentialing regulations in your State of practice

Interested individuals can register for ONLY ONE of the following Workwise series:


Workwise: Skills-based Videoconferencing (SbVC) Series

Telebehavioral health and recovery support can assist with the expansion of services and improve client outcomes. It is essential to ensure that professionals providing services using videoconferencing mediums obtain comprehensive and specific training and supervision in order to offer best quality of care. This series will provide a 20-hour curriculum that covers topics essential to practicing in an online environment utilizing blended activities of group and self-study.

Objectives

  • Understand and demonstrate the role of Telebehavioral Health in the continuum of clinical services
  • Identify the professional code of conduct for specific professional association
  • Understand the legal and jurisdictional implications for individual practice
  • Identify, locate, and experience online support groups

Target Audience

  • Behavioral Health, Substance Use Disorders, and Recovery Service providers
  • Baseline knowledge of web-based videoconferencing for use in clinical practice
  • Support the idea of using technology to provide clinical services
  • Currently using videoconferencing and/or those who are going to incorporate videoconferencing into current treatment and recovery services

When

Every Friday, March 2 – April 20, 2018, 2:30-4:00pm ET

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Workwise: Technology-Based Clinical Supervision (TBCS) Series:

Would you like the opportunity to enhance your current knowledge or learn how technology can provide an innovative way to approach clinical supervision? This series will provide a 20-hour curriculum that covers topics essential to the development and/or improvement of skills when using technology to conduct clinical supervision in behavioral health settings.

Course Objectives

  • Understand the role of technology in conducting clinical supervision
  • Demonstrate knowledge of technology-based clinical supervision and application in practice
  • Experience conducting technology-based clinical supervision
  • Identify the therapeutic alliance via technology
  • Understand the legal and jurisdictional implications for conducting technology-based clinical supervision

Target Audience are Clinical Supervisors who

  • Work in the Behavioral Health, Substance Use Disorders, and Recovery Support Services Field
  • Have two (2) years clinical supervision experience and understand the concepts of supervision
  • Support the idea of using technology to provide clinical supervision
  • Are currently using or contemplating using technology during supervision

When

Every Tuesday, March 6 – April 24, 2018, 12:00pm – 1:30pm Eastern Time

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Workwise is an online training series that provides interactive training and consultation to professionals delivering behavioral health services. Designed to encourage workplace learning, Workwise uses current technologies and instructional/consultation activities to provide virtual interactive training, real-time skill-based learning and practice, group and self-study activities, reading assignments, and discussions on topics essential to increasing knowledge, building skills, and changing practice through the adoption of evidence-based and promising practices.

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