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Registration is LIVE for the 29th Annual School of Best Practices in Addiction Services

Publication Date: Jul 28, 2021

For 28 years, the New England ATTC has served as a proud regional workforce development partner for The Annual New England School of Best Practices in Addiction Services, commonly called Best Practices. This year, both the New England PTTC and MHTTC are joining us in supporting Best Practices activities from August 23-27, 2021.

The School of Best Practices, developed from the New England Summer School, is an intensive 5-day learning opportunity for established addiction professionals to study an area of special interest in-depth. The New England ATTC will be hosting a number of plenary sessions and specialized courses focused on treatment and recovery support services to address specific needs of the regional workforce including (but not limited to): Implementing Contingency Management with Fidelity; Training of Trainers: Medication Assisted Treatment 101 and 201, The Wraparound Empowerment Process; and Race and Violence in Our Communities.

 

Register and view courses at the Best Practices School website!

In order to meet your continuing education needs during this challenging  year, we are pleased to take the 29th Annual Best Practices School learning community online for the second year:

  • Select from over 30 intensive courses.
  • 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.
  • Earn up to 26 contact hours during the week of the program, with the opportunity for 4 additional post-program hours.
  • Scholarships are available from most New England states – a streamlined scholarship application process within registration

 

Designed  with the seasoned behavioral health professional in mind, the New England Best Practices School 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 advanced prevention topics, some course  offerings this year will again address the macro area of addiction and  behavioral practice such as program or agency oversight. Courses will be offered in the following  areas: clinical supervision foundations, clinical supervision  recertification coursework, ethics, coursework for established  clinicians, and, for the third year, a new advanced prevention track.