28th Annual New England School of Best Practices In Addiction Services
The New England ATTC is partnering with AdCare Educational Institute to host the 28th Annual New England School of Best Practices in Addiction Services from August 24 - 28th!
This four-day event gives addiction and behavioral health professionals the opportunity for in-depth study of an area of special interest. The program includes advanced clinical and administrative skilled-based treatment in best practices and evidence-based practices treatment approaches, as well as a current and emerging best opioid treatment practices, clinical supervision, management, and advanced prevention.
In order to meet your continuing education needs during this challenging year, we are pleased to take the 28th Annual Best Practices School learning community online:
- Select from intensive courses each from across the continuum of treatment, prevention, and recovery.
- Virtual courses will take place live by videoconference, allowing for participant interaction;
- In addition to courses: plenary sessions, virtual community, and more!
- Options are available to attend the full program, or any number of days.
- Partial New England State Scholarships are available from most New England states.
- Earn up to 28 contact hours.
Designed with the seasoned behavioral health professional in mind, this focuses heavily on evidence-based and promising approaches specific to addressing addiction. The courses offered are intended to appeal to a wide array of professionals working in diverse settings. In addition to clinical, clinical supervision, and prevention topics, some course offerings this year will again address the macro area of addiction and behavioral practice such as program or agency oversight and developing effective management skills. Courses will be offered in the following areas: clinical supervision foundations, clinical supervision recertification coursework, ethics, several tracks for established clinicians, and, for the second year, a new advanced prevention track. Some offerings for behavioral health services during COVID-19 have been added.