Training and Events Calendar

Upcoming Events
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Jun

01

Neuroscience of Addiction

Co Sponsored by Trager Institute University of Louisville

Jun

01

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Co Sponsored with Trager institute University of Louisville

Jun

08

Trauma Informed Care

Co Sponsored with Trager Institute University of Louisville

Past Events
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Apr

27

Language and Stigma

Sponsored by Georgia Department of Community Supervision

Apr

22

Compassion Fatigue

Sponsored by East Tennessee Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (ETAADAC)

Sep

22

AABH X CoE: Social (In)Justice and Black Children's Mental Health

Social (In)justice shapes development while driving both mental illness and mental health inequities

Sep

16

Southeast ATTC: Ethics of Clinical Supervision

The substance abuse and behavioral health field are fraught with ethical dilemmas. Lines are often

Aug

25

Southeast ATTC x AABH-COE: Pursuing Racial Equity in Mental Health Care: Laying the Foundation for…

Often, motivated by sentinel events, organizations move directly to implementing individual equity

Aug

12

Southeast ATTC: Integrating Mindfulness into Substance Use Disorder Treatment

This virtual presentation is sponsored by the Southeast ATTC Regional Center and will focus on

Jul

28

Southeast ATTC: Frontline Faith Leaders and Substance Use

Substance use, addiction, and overdose are significant issues facing our communities. As faith

Jul

22

Southeast ATTC: Preventing Burnout

Working in the human services field, and especially with high-risk and often traumatized individuals

Jul

21

Southeast ATTC x AABH-COE: SMART Tool Training

In response to a reinvigorated national dialogue around structural racism, the American Association

Jul

14

Southeast ATTC: Annual Inter-Faith Institute on Recovery 2021

Register Today! We are excited to see you in July. Regular Registration (May 29th - Jul 13th) $129

Jun

24

Southeast ATTC | Harm Reduction 101

With the increasing number of deaths related to opioid overdoses, the topic of “harm reduction” has

 

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